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"100 percent" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"With trump supporters scheduled to rally this weekend in support of criminals who attacked the capital on january. Sixth that's next. Democrats did not just have a big win in the biggest state in the union last night the democrats crushed and i mean crushed. The republican attempt to remove democratic governor gavin newsom from office. Sixty four percent voted in support of governor newsom with thirty six percent voting to remove him. Republicans forced the state of california to spend close to three hundred million dollars in taxpayer money to conduct an election. That was driven by republican delusion. Delusion is the kindest word to describe the results of a new. Cnn poll showing only twenty one percent of republican voters. Believe the joe biden legitimately won the twenty twenty presidential election. Nearly eighty percent of republican voters are lost in the wilderness of their own delusions. They are incapable of separating fact from fiction about elections about vaccinations about masks. They are a danger to themselves and some of them relatively small number of them have allowed their delusions to lead them to breaking the law as they did on january six. When trump mob attacked the capital is important to remember that. Almost all of these seventy four million people who voted for donald trump for president last year have been unwilling to leave their sofas to protest the outcome of the election. One word of protest from seventy four million of them. It is just a tiny sliver of the most diluted and dangerous among them who represent a threat and that group is much smaller now that over five hundred of them have been arrested for their attack on the capital tonight. Temporary fencing is going up once again around the capitol grounds in anticipation of what the department homeland security expects to be seven hundred people attending a rally on saturday to support the criminals who attacked the capital on january. Six joining us. Now leonard pitts. Leonard pitts junior pulitzer prize winning columnist for the miami herald. Ed e. j. dion opinion columnist for the washington post in the senior fellow at the brookings institution and leonard pitts. Here we go again at the capitol. I think the capital is probably going to be ready. This time For the seven hundred or we will see how many protesters show up there. This weekend i reminded of a quote that Die forget was geno it was it said this around the time of the september eleventh attacks there were always fighting the last war so i am not surprised that we are now prepared on september. Eighteenth for what happened on on january. Six my question is and i'm sure that everything will be will be fine because again were pair. My question is where. Where do we go from here in other words. We're okay for the last war. What is the next war and what form will take. That's the question i myself asking on. What did we learn last night in the massive massive win by democrats in california. Wha- think we learned that when voters are when it's very clear to voters that the alternative to a democrat in office is an extreme one could even say extremist republican like larryelder when the alternative is a party that denies The value of vaccination or at least holds out this idea that everybody should be free not to get vaccinated oppose masks in schools. Voters will respond. And i do think there's a real lesson here. Both for the coming governor governor elections in new jersey and virginia but also for twenty twenty two which is that when voters understand that the real alternative is a republican party as representative marsh whom you just had on the show a dramatized with his party switching that. This is a republican party. That's extreme that's not willing to fight cove it. I think you can create a very very broad. Coalition is striking that in the exit polls. Ninety four percent of democrats voted against recall. That's not shocking. But sixty five. Percent of independence also voted. I'm sorry it's ninety. Four percent of liberals and sixty five percent of moderates voted against the recall when you can put together moderates and liberals in that number you can build a very big majority and i think that's what democrats should be thinking about doing or twenty twenty two alert pits. What did you see in the california results last night. Well my caveat would be. Can we do the same i. It's all well and good that we can do this at at this can be done in a in a large and relatively moderate to liberal state. My question i'll be more convinced than feel more sanguine about the voters rejecting republican extremism when we see results like that in texas show when we see results like that and floor when we begin to see that i will begin to breathe more easily than i am right now. What about the florida's governor because you're seeing gavin newsom of does not have a passionate following in california. The biggest asset he has is the word democrat beside his name governor descent in florida we have seen provokes passions on both sides. What is his standing in your state of florida tonight. Will my caveat will be. I worked for the miami herald. But i don't work in. I don't have any special firsthand Knowledge of his standing. I know that there's that there's a lot of polarization a lot of balkanisation in florida over the over the governor but for whatever reason those on the left seem unable to cobble together the numbers to climb that hill to finally be able to to bring forth and alternative to him or to you know Other republican governors that that the state has had. I mean you know. He's he's only the latest. You're not the only trend in this direction. Ej i was looking at the polling in california on a masson vaccines and it's virtually identical to the polling in the state of new york. Also looking at today on mask vaccines and all of these public health measures and it seems like there are there are now two countries one. The takes public health seriously and the other that doesn't seem to comprehend it. Unfortunately i think that's that's right that's basically right. Although i think one of the things we should bear in mind leonard's right obviously california's a very democratic state and you can't assume that you'll get a result exactly like that in other states but it strikes me that when you look at polling there is still significant number of republicans first of all who have gotten vaccinated a second who believe in masking and so i think that while liberal states and democratic states have these attitudes. I think there are an awful lot of people in other states who really would rather have their government. pursue a different policy to santa's popularity has dropped a because of his policies. There's a real reaction even in republican states. And i think that's why people should keep making the case. He j. dion and let her bits junior. Thank you both very much giants tonight. And another loss for defendant trump today. That's.
"100 percent" Discussed on Skullduggery
"A former. Gop strategist turned academic. Who has studied the recall movement on this episode of skulduggery do solemnly swear and i will faithfully execute. The office of president of the united states will the best of my ability reserve protect and defend constitution of the united states. So help me. God me help me guy. Michael is chief. Investigative correspondent freon news. I'm dan kleinman editor in chief of yahoo news and i'm victoria besides a fellow at the brennan center for justice and we have for today's Cross talk are california. Bureau chief. Andrew romano andrew. Welcome back to skulduggery. Thanks for having me guys so this is going to be a pretty big week in politics. we've got the california recall on tuesday which as things now look is likely to be a victory for gavin newsom that he will survive this. At least that's what the polls show. And if he does that's going to be a big victory for the democrats. Which who could you probably use a big victory politically right now. After the bad summer that they've had but also this week we've got the reconciliation process proceeding in congress. And it's not going well so far for the democrats. Joe mansion is pretty much laid down the gauntlet. He's not gonna go along with the three point five trillion dollar package at the white house and house. Democrats and senate democratic leaders want. He's said the could go along with something like one point five trillion which is according to mine a loss fifty seven percent. I'm going to break in here often. You your characterization of things not going well for democrats. It's not going well by the standards of the political media that if if democrat. I don't play the second second you're talking about. But you're talking about the reconciliation process. Not going well. So let's stick to the process and you're using a standard that they don't get the three point five trillion dollars. It'll be victory for the republicans to defeat for the democrats. The negotiations really are just starting in earnest and if mansion has already saying he could support up to one point five trillion. Then it's possible. I would say. Probably even likely that he'll end up somewhere between two trillion and two point five trillion way short of the three point five trillion but nevertheless a historic spending bill. I can have a skulduggery pool on what the final goal breaking is storm. I mean every time we a trillion dollars. I remind myself of like when i you know back in the day. Ancient history when Rock obama came into office and could only get what eight hundred nine hundred billion dollars in the face of the biggest economic crashes. The great depression were routinely talking about trillion dollar sums so when you're defining victory or a loss for democrats i think we need to keep that historical perspective after they've already gotten trillions enjoy. Yes exactly okay. So can can. I also add. It's it's over a ten year period so it's not like three point five trillion dollars all at once based on this. I'm just arguing the politics of it and we will see you know. Assuming that mansion gets his way and he's got more leverage than anybody right now this going to be a lot of pain and a lot of blood on the floor when they have to start slashing you know the wishlist that the white house at is i get look smarter blood on the floor. There's just going to be a few like raised voices since about some rooms and they're gonna come out with the magyar. I can't believe this pollyannaish attitude wanted to make to bring this back to california. Was that if the reconciliation of you know falters. It ups the chance that another california republican kevin mccarthy could be speaker of the house you know in in the not too distant future. So it's i'm just trying to justify bringing in ramana we not all points are california. You're bring it back to california. Anyway andrew pelous give us your Broad-brush take on the recall blood. You mentioned the pulse. They were a period of time in august. Where the polls were showing the race essentially tied now. It's not a head to head race. As i think most listeners know newsom needs to get above fifty percent of people saying they wanna keep him in office on the first ballot. Nfl won't move to a second ballot for replacement that was a razor thin margin throughout the month of august. So people were really surprised that it was that close in a state. That's blue california. Since then since the start of september we have seen a gap opened up. Now it's about looking at the average here. A twelve point gap keep at fifty four percent versus remove at forty two percent. That's that's huge So it is looking like again if those polls correct newson will survive. This recall challenge. It's sort of a reversion to what we expect from california. You know he is approval ratings. Have not been particularly low. Democrats outnumber republicans two to one in california. And it looks like they're gonna in all likelihood keep him in office. We'll see who shows up. We've got a lot of ballots in democrats right now. Sending their mail ballots early. Republicans suspicious of nail voting there waiting for election day to go and vote in in person. I'm we'll see what that balance ends up being. But it's looking pretty good for new smith point but one thing that seems to be helping him quite a bit. he is kovin right. And he's running on the severity of the crisis. And basically he's got this punching bag. And larry elder the conservative talk show host against mandates against doing anything serious on the covent issue and biden has now weighed in in a big way to try to get the vaccination numbers up the order to osha is going to enforce a vaccination mandate for businesses with one hundred workers or more or either vaccinate or get weekly tested and a mandate for all federal employees which is a lot of folks the strikes me as likely good politics for the white house. The question is i mean there's going to be litigation surely on this that will challenge it. How effective is this going to be. Am getting those vaccination numbers up getting the vaccination numbers of i would say this is one of the most effective thing biden from the white house now for the private employers companies over a hundred employees matt. Is i think something. Like eighty million private sector employees would be under this This new osho rule. There's an option for employers to test. Weekly as if they don't want to require vaccinations. But that's onerous the administration of accost of it. Not a lot of companies are going to wanna do. They're gonna probably start to mandate that their employees get back donated and we have seen all kinds of carrots throughout this process in terms of incentives. A hundred dollars of free beer Some lottery in some states some of that has worked a little bit. But basically stop oregon. Now it's time to get down to tacks in say basically. You can't come back to work. I leased this administration calculation. You can't come back to work unless you get vaccinated. So it's one of the sort of fuel remaining arrows in quiver here. And i think be various. I think there's still questions. Mike mentioned the litigation. I'm how enforceable is it. I don't think that the the government keeps records..
"100 percent" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"He can take and he looked over now. He looked overseas starting quarterback in this league. Come on he's better better than tunga kalibbala. Whatever his name. By the way tony tony romo very high unto a tunga will lebow talk about tug availa. Somebody obviously somebody's assigned caca. Somebody's gonna get hurt. This year quarterback always goes but he watched let for instance does is better than ryan fitzpatrick and washing. Ryan fits magic. No i'm high on ryan fits magic. I've seen he put some numbers. Man that kid that guy can play the pride of harvard camel you'll surface resurface somewhere and somebody'll get houston right. Now they don't have to shawn watson right shouldn't they. Shouldn't they sign him. yeah. I don't know who who is houston even go on some no name Sean gets his stuff straightened out. I don't think when. I went to sean. Like is is he is he starting or not sorry. I think playing not playing well. He's was in camp. He was working out so we haven't heard the opening day star. Whatever yeah so. We haven't heard why. I don't think he's the opening day starter. The miami dolphins will try to trade for him. No i i also. I also believe people writing off way too soon after one year. You're going to write them off my highly touted draft pick. Why would you write them up so in other words do you consider to. It'd be a bust. I saw him in alabama. And i was never that high on them before the draft last year ireland could back me up on this. I said the dolphin the third pick in the draft. They should go after her but at oregon but of course. They didn't do that but to never. I never saw to us. That special type of quarterback never saw it. Maybe you'll prove me wrong. But i didn't see it from the beginning. You didn't believe it. I didn't think it was the third picking a draft no to last year. Let's see six and three as a starter. Yea but he completed sixty four percent of his passes. Yeah but you know it was five picks. yes Started ten games starting nine games. He got benched few times and stuff way. Way to quarter next year will be saying this about zack. Wilson or mack jones trae lance or one of these guys will be saying the same thing most of the time. I agree with michael. Because michael is the one who called tom brady out of michigan. Thank you michael one guy. Tom brady believe this but he was. In a quarterback platoon withdrew hand. Exactly where you saw them play. That's the stats and history and everything that we know about how quarterbacks in the nfl backup me. Just the percentages say. That's probably two to three. These quarterbacks will be great and the other ones will not be just law of averages. So michael which will be great trae lance mack jones justin field. Who's going to be great Besides just very good out of this trae. Lance is going to be great from what i see. I think just exo i think feels is going to be great and i think back joe is going to be great boy his pass oh accurate. I mean he put them right on the numbers even a traffic inflammation. How like if you're comparing jones in this tape that you have scouted out brady in college. Scouted him yeah. How would you line them up. I liked i liked the i. Think the poise. Ese in the pocket They remind me of each other back. Jobs is very mature. He's you know he's not going to beat you with his feet. He's not gonna dazzle you the way. Fields and lamar and these guys and even trae lance but boy he's just so he's just the pocket passive if that's your style and he's the guy here's you know. Here's what i think is unfair to mack jones every analyst. Now i was watching. Nfl what sir nfl show. Nfl live today. And and the comment is this. I'm not gonna compare him to tom brady. But as soon as you say that you're comparing him to thomas setting the bar way too high see some similarities mentioned tom brady. It's like unfair to the kids. Tom brady is not going to be tom. Brady brady star somewhere just like this guy started somewhere and you know what he wanted. That posted on his twitter page. Remember that at the draft was happy to embrace those. Tom brady comparisons and sometimes they're just things that you're born into like kobe used to say the person who's going to take the torch for the lakers want that you don't have to recruit them. You don't have to have recruiting pitches and show them how much to do for their brand. They're just gonna want that exact because they know so. I just the way. Mac has played this the way that you know. This is all gone. I he's not afraid of the moments or channel. We'll find out because he hasn't had a moment. Yeah he's not ready to challenge yet. We'll find out. I'm saying two of the five two of the five work. Three of the five or busts will count which tell tell. Tell us which ones i like. justin fields. And i like mack jones. Okay those are the two. I liked everybody else. Bust a bus. Yeah i do. I hope so. We got a plan Sure he's north. We've got a plan twice a year. i hope he's a bust. They're gonna start with jimmy. Gee i don't know what they're gonna do with them. They're going to try to tastes some hill. Am i think yeah yeah. That's they make up their mind. He quarterback platoon thing is never going to work. I mean shanahan's a really good coach. But i've never seen the quarterback platoon thing actually work all right coming up next for mom. I'm gonna ask you. I'm gonna ask you michael. Am i making huge fantasy. football mistake. Draft is next wednesday also. I want to let everybody know that..
"100 percent" Discussed on 100% Ska Podcast
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First in N.F.L.: Atlanta Falcons Players 100 Percent Vaccinated, Team Says
"With the atlanta falcons have become the first and only nfl team to have a one hundred percent. Kobe vaccination rate amongst the players and so now each player will enjoy the benefits of being able to work out and eat together. They don't have to test daily. They don't have to wear masks around the facility and they don't have to quarantine following a close contact with somebody who does test positive. You probably bustling me. Do all season
Atlanta Falcons First NFL Team to Be 100 Percent Vaccinated Against COVID-19
"Ohio State, among others. And the Atlanta Falcons announced yesterday that they have become the first team in the NFL to have all of their players complete. Covid 19 vaccinations, the team open training camp with more than 90% of their players fully vaccinated. They're also the first team in the league to no longer require
"100 percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"I am 100. Percent against against transgenders competing against women in this I don't see any problem with it. If anything, I would think if you're born a man, you're at a huge disadvantage. Agree. Yeah, you are and I wanted right now. If I transition, I would have no chance, right? Me Neither. David, you and I are in the same boat. You know, I give her so much credit rough for me as a woman as well. David. I give her so much credit because first of all, she had to put herself out there. It's hard enough with the bullying that she had to deal with growing up and everything else that to be a transgender person as a teenager, but then to put yourself out there on a national stage now doing these interviews, talking about your life she is doing in my personal opinion. She's somewhat of a hero because she's representing the trans community. And I think it's very brave. What you don't think in terms she's going to be helping a lot of people by doing so. And if some of these people out there don't like it, then they should look at themselves in the mirror. As far as I'm concerned, I noticed a couple of women that called in seem to have a problem with and I think they have a little there a little bit closer to the issue that I would be a settle. I have to at least somewhat defer to their position. Well, they're right. Listen, she doesn't have She's right. Listen. This woman was born a man There's that's a fact she does not have fallopian tubes. She doesn't have her period. I'm sorry if I'm getting graphic, but that's what one of the colours said. That's absolutely correct. But so what I say so what? She's competing in the pageant. She made the transition. If you think your daughter is better than her than than your daughter should have one That's as far as you know what I mean, David, but hey, we exactly agree. David. I appreciate your phone call, sir. Thank you. Thank you. Good called 2575396. Let's go to Brad. Brad is next on the Vegas take. Hello, Brad 2575396 will go to John. John is next on the Vegas take. Hello? John. John, What's going on? Hey, What's up, John? Yes, sir. Yeah, It's a question real quick. Okay. Would you data transgender woman? No, I would not. Uh, no. I would not have been very honest eight or your fishy Virginia woman. Why wouldn't you data? Okay, I will. I will gladly answer that question. I'm not sure how it's relevant to the pageant. But I will answer questions as I do honestly on the show, and by the way that Okay, John, you got what you John? Would you like me to answer the question? Yeah. Okay. Thank you. So please give me the opportunity to do so, Um, that is not what I am attracted to physically even though uh, with clothes on, she's attractive with clothes off. I have a feeling I might not be as much attracted to her. And in my personal opinion, and this is cool. Have you seen in my personal opinion? This is who I am. Me knowing And this is maybe this is part of my issue. But this is who I am me knowing that at one point she was a man would affect me So you would think that you'd be Doing something that would make you attracted to men know what I am saying? That's not what I'm saying. JD. What I'm saying is in my mind, I would know. At one point she was a man and that would affect me, John. I'm trying to give you I don't see anything wrong with her, and I don't see anything wrong with anybody who's attracted to transgenders. It's just not my thing. Just like hold on. Just like some men or women don't like people who are overweight or they don't like people who are skinny. I don't. I'm not attracted to someone who would be a transgender. John. I'm trying to give you the most honest answer. I could understand what you're saying, man, but a little bit because you say, how is it hypocritical? I'm sanctioned while you like. What do you mean genuine? What do you mean? When did I say she was a genuine woman and I never use that terminology. What I did say is that she is a transgender woman. And she didn't break any laws. I never said I don't know what you mean by genuine woman. Yeah. Did you say break any laws? Well, yeah. I mean a rules. I should say, uh, the rules in the pageant she didn't break. I never said genuine woman, but I think I think what he's trying to say is that You think she should compete in the pageant? Because It doesn't make a difference. At some point she was she was born a man, but, you know, but you don't take that same logic and apply to your own life. And like, for example, if you if you miss this, and I'm not talking about I'm talking about what we're sexually attractive. That's a different conversation if you met Catalona At a nightclub and you happen to go on a couple of days. And for whatever reason? No, I wouldn't. I wouldn't because I don't like to date women that are taller than me. So I wouldn't do that. She's not taller than you. She's very tall. Shit. I don't like that She had heels on, okay, but I'm telling you, all right, so let's get back to the five ft eight. This is this. This conversation is not about what I'm sexually attracted. I just I want to know this, Brian, Let's say that you date Catalonia. She does not tell you or someone that that looks like Catalonia looks who happens to be biologically male. They do not tell you That they are biologically male. You have a sexual encounter after that sexual encounter. You find out that that that person was born biologically male. Would you have an issue with that? Yes, because I don't date people who are dishonest End of conversation. Let's go to Larry. Larry is next on the Vegas Take What's going on, Larry. What's up there going, brother? Good. You know, I'm living. Let live But, you know, I just You know what? I'm sorry. The women need to do their pageants, The men, the trends that trans and whatever the the RuPaul type people can do there. You know, pageants. It's just It's not. Where do we draw the line? You know. Uh, you're asking me where do you draw the line? Uh, whether you have a Penis or not, That's where I think you draw the line. Where do we draw the one? I just said it. I just said it. If you have a Penis. You shouldn't be allowed to be in the badge girl. Who is l l B g. Whatever. Yeah, he's representing the U. S. United States of America going to the Olympics, right and she throws. She's basically throwing the United States flag by the way side thing to hold that, okay, but that's a different conversation. But that's a different conversation. That has nothing to do transgenders and we I promise you, sir, we will address that tomorrow on the show, but we're not doing that today. That's a different conversation. Not standing up for the national anthem or in some people disrespecting the flag has nothing to do with the transgender. That is in a pageant. We'll talk about that at another time. Let's go to Kurt. Kurt is next on the Vegas take. Hello, Curt. Hey, what's up, Kurt? Hiker. I don't know. Why don't we have like, just for trans like you have. They do have that They do but just trans, like, No, that's women. Okay, You guys compete, just transforming. They do have that That's what she started it. She started in those passions. Los Angeles. Yes, she did. She did do that. She won one of those in L. A 2000 and 30 like that. So why don't we have that all the way up to the highest levels, and then there's no problems well, but there isn't. But that isn't to the highest level that probably will be as as more people decide the transition. But that she has competed in those before Kurt. I just want to be clear on that. And now she's in Miss Nevada USA, which I think we all could probably agree is the highest stage for a pageant. Let's go to feel feel was next on the Vegas Take. Hello, Field. What's up the How you doing? Good. All right? Yeah, Yeah, yeah. What The topic is good, and it needs to be addressed The young ladies. That's Colin Nana. Correct. In my opinion number two that If you're trans or that if that's what you are, that's fine..
"100 percent" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"Of amc popping again today. The stock is now up. Fourteen hundred percent just this year. What the company just did that sparked this show stopping rally. Plus something just happened to bitcoin. That hasn't happened in over. Your advocate says it can point to the worst being over for. The reason crypto collapsed. He will explain with fast when he returns. Welcome activist money. Shares vam soaring more than twenty two percent today after the theater chain soul. Two hundred thirty million dollars worth of to an investment firm which then sold those shares. Let's get to cameroon for details. Kate hey melissa. Amc getting a lot of love from the crowd after this new capital raise today. The movie theater chain selling eight million shares to mudrik capital management. Amc says it will use that cash for upgrading theaters and paying down debt as well as some potential mna but according to reports from bloomberg news motoric already sold all of its stake. Amc at a profit mudrik didn't respond to cnbc's request for comment and amc's thousand percent rally. This year has largely been attributed to some of that hype on social media. It's the most mentioned name today on reddit. According to data firm think and ceo adam. Aaron has really been embracing this trading frenzy. Anc also sold shares earlier this year to raise cash and a similar deal this morning erin. Tweeting about the stock sale tried to really rally investors online and painting. Amc dog he says quote in our view. This is not mindless dilution. He calls it a very smart way of raising cash and says watch out naysayers. Amc is going to play on offense again. Melissa back to you. What a story kate. Kate rooney and Adam aaron has taken advantage of this trading frenzy but he also brought the company to a place it needed to be in terms of paying down debt raising more capital in order to whether the the next. I don't know how many days until we're fully back to normal. Some could call him a genius in the way he navigated this whole read it frenzy while he he's he's taken the tailwind and he's used it and he's playing offense playing offense. We've said this on this show. Karen said that we brought this up a few different times get out there and raise capital and when they raise capital at nine bucks a share. We applauded that raising capital at thirty dollars a share or wherever. It was at the time they did this. Transaction even smarter so and different times whether it's a company not comparing them but tesla when raising money and improving the balance sheet because their growth that's growth capital story is again it almost becomes self fulfilling and gets them to the other side. I don't think amc's business is ever coming back. In the way was. I do think they can be opportunistic. And maybe their theater chains they can pick up but the life we knew before the broken company before covid i. I don't think suddenly men's it's waste. There's a filing by the way in which adam aaronson there were looking at a couple of picking up some locations primarily on the west coast in terms of distress theater chains. That are not locations. That will not reopen now to so this was a distress theater chain before guy a stock market frenzy that has nothing to do with fundamentals. And i don't mean to sound angry about it but if you're looking for situations that are similar to this this is not fundamental this is this is a frenzy. We're gonna look back at. This was zero last year. The stock market cap was basically nothing relative that calculation wasn't was the debt level and now that devil debt level went from here down. You know like before the pandemic people were calling the end movie theater. So it's not like we're gonna get this surge because people are gonna go see crew allah and all this other stuff right and then they're gonna stop going to movie theaters again. So i i mean you know. I don't know it's not fundamental. That's that's you amsterdam transformed. Amc in terms of the capital structure. But amc still exists in an industry that may in fact be an secular decline permanent secular decline guy down fall. Yeah that's exactly i mean. Dan hit the nail on the head. I think tim did as well. And i'm not to suggest the stock can't continue to go higher from here. I mean we've seen this before clearly the greater forces at work but the business model hasn't changed the things that the things that were ailing. Amc and the rest of the movie change prior to the pandemic have not gone away. The only thing that's gotten better is their financial situations balanced which is great. But i don't know how that rectifies the underlying problem again. I with the stock goes from here but at a certain point to dance. Lesson said fundamentals will matter. So i don't know where you fall on this. Pk but it seems like it seems like it was a win win situation here right i mean. Amc solta mudrik shares at a three point eight percent or so premium to friday's close mudrik. Then sold those shares today at a at a prophet so they won so everybody is winning here winning holding the bag. I say rhetorically well. Whoever bought those shares right remembered just because mudrik sold them. Somebody bought that right. It's just not. It's not a one way street here. So what i would say as it's genius financial engineering but for the youngsters out there on read it. Remember this day. june. I twenty twenty one when this happened because this does not happen at bottoms. This is what happens at tops now. I'm not calling top of the stock market. I have no idea where. Amc stocks goes right now but you can only do these type of maneuvers when you're in a stock market frenzy so i'm with angry. Dan liking redan. It's good to have them back there listening right now. Listen to be calling calling them youngsters. And they're i mean they're calling you pops right now. I'm sure definitely on purpose. No you coming up after.
"100 percent" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"Says bring him on. It'll be fun. Really changed over not to walk in and his all of the beatles so looking for so we're excited we get started off in a home court yup homecourt advantage in the first round absolutely and so new york atlanta. You also had this During the nick celta game yesterday with mike well keeps it alive but right to taco bell sparkles taco bell won't be hungry road glide and Green again on. Msg the full play in schedule tomorrow. Night hornets at indiana followed by the wizards and the celtics. And then wednesday. You've got the spurs memphis followed by the lakers hosting the warriors in the late game. Now the lakers beat the pelicans yesterday. Lebron james look like a little bit of an issue with the ankle again. No this is a except on alexander's foot on the way down to go last layup on lobby. Fine it'll be fine. I heard the lakers broadcasts when he left the game. Okay michael thompson is their color commentator. I doing a fine it for you. Clay thompson's father and a former laker and he was killing. Frank vogel for having lebron in the like. I hate when coaches do. This coaches are so stupid. when they do this paraphrasing. i'm thinking you really think that frank vogel tell them lebron james of what point or how many minutes. He's playing in his last game. I do not know so like y for someone who's been around game so much as a son who of course has been hurt. Maybe that's why so emotional about this. But i just couldn't believe that michael thompson was crushing. The coach lebron says a on playing today or hey and play playing x. amount of minutes. A frank vogel was okay. It'll abroad wherever you want no problem. I'm rooting for steph curry. Though are you okay. Yeah one hundred percent. I figured you would be yes. So you've got That's a play in series as well. You've got sixers with the winner of the hornets. Pacers plan series bucks. Heat knicks hawks. We mentioned of course and then the jazz are the one seat in the west and the sons are the two seed in the west to some sunday baseball. Because the ak got out to a great start in baltimore they were primed for the sweep. They were up for nothing in walden. They weren't swung on line down the right field line and it is a base it.
Abbott ends Texas mask mandate, opens businesses '100 percent'
"Me giving update from texas yesterday one thirty in the afternoon central standard time. Our governor greg. Abbott made the following statement. I'm issuing a new executive order that resents most of the earlier executive orders effective next wednesday. All businesses of any type are allowed to open one hundred percent that includes any type of entity in texas. Also i'm ending. The statewide mask mandate now immediately. The mayors in the county judges of the liberal counties like houston harris county. They have had one hell of a year. They've been on the news every day. They wear their masks and they say these are bad times. The end is coming. But we're we're protected you and it's been a great time for them. I mean we've got a black mayor. We've got a woman hispanic county judge and the national media is just loving it. They've wanted to win over texas and look at look at this. They even look right. We got every all the boxes checked. Aw and every day they hide behind that mask. Close the businesses down. We're all in this together and people are just furious. Well instead of getting applauded for his statement. Greg grab it our governor. Who's a power grabber. He's been insulted because he could only give us back that which we already had. Any should've never locked us down in the first place. We're not vermont. We're not grateful for whatever government gives us isn't california or new york. We're texans were texans and one hundred eighty five years ago. Texas were under siege. At the alamo. And we never forget that fiber of our being our sense of independence. Government is not our friend. It's not our comforter. It's an impediment on the way to where going so when he made that announcement. I didn't cheer. I didn't thank him. It was about time
MN lawmakers propose 100 percent clean energy by 2040
"Minnesota lawmakers that clean energy targets more than a decade ago. Some of those goals have been achieved ahead of schedule. Minnesota generated twenty five percent of electricity from renewable sources the past two years. How fast can those numbers grow a new bill in the minnesota house aims to further expand clean energy in minnesota jamie long chairs the minnesota house climate and energy committee. Hi jamie welcome to climate cast. Thank you for having me paul. What are some specific updated energy targets. This bill proposes well. We are proposing one hundred percent by twenty forty and that is a full decade faster than the bill that the governor In myself senator. Nick fronts proposed last session and we're updating the targets because we've seen that were failing to meet our greenhouse gas goals as a state and we've also seen clean energy become cheaper and cheaper and what are you seeing in the greenhouse emissions and the science. That makes you want to that these more ambitious goals. Now what we got some bad news this year. Unfortunately one of our first hearings in our committee was on the state's greenhouse gas emissions inventory which comes out every two years and we heard that our state is failing to meet our climate goals in that our emissions actually increased since last report one hundred percent clean energy statewide by twenty. Forty sounds ambitious. How do we know it's technologically possible by that what we've seen clean energy become cheaper every year right now. Wind energy is the cheapest energy sources we can find in minnesota and solar is likely to be the cheapest within five years so we've seen the sheriff carbon free energy in the state grow from thirty percent in two thousand and five to fifty percent twenty twenty and we had testimony in our committee from experts. Who have said that across the nation we could see ninety percent clean energy by twenty thirty five and that minnesota with a terrific wind resources that we have in our state. Who'd go even faster than that. You mentioned cost. How competitive is renewable energy today compared to other sources like coal and natural gas. Well frankly it's eating their lunch. If you look at the utilities in minnesota who frankly have been terrific leaders on clean energy we've seen. Xl energy was the first in the nation to commit to one hundred percent carbon free electricity. Great river energy. Our second largest utility announced it would achieve ninety five percent carbon pollution reductions by twenty twenty three and the reason they said they were doing that was because wind energy was so much cheaper than the coal plant that they were operating so it was a benefit for their customers and then just last week minnesota power game one of only twenty or so large utilities nationwide to commit to one hundred percent clean energy. How do these targets compare with other states. Well this would be the most aggressive target that any state has adopted yet. New york state has also adopted one hundred percent clean energy by twenty forty but we have targets that are in the interim For example ninety percent twenty thirty five that are stronger than other states have adopted how quickly are republicans accepting the economic benefit of this technologically driven. Clean energy transition. Well there's there's no reason at all. Why clean energy at can't be bipartisan. In an often is so. I think there is a changing tone on the other side of the aisle from where there has been in the past. And i'm really optimistic that we we can come together. So what's next for this bill. Well today in that house. Climate and energy committee were hearing the bill and then it will be moving forward through the legislative process in very hopeful that we can make progress on the session jamie long chair of the minnesota house climate and energy committee. Thanks so much for your perspective today. Thank you so much have me.
"100 percent" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Right now, the number of lawsuits be that have been filed by the Republican Party. Trump. Or a combination thereof are more than two dozen across five states. Wisconsin. Actually six states, Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Georgia and Arizona and Nevada. That's about 3 to 6 lawsuits per state that they're fighting variety of procedural claims that are being made here. Each lawsuit is independent. Each state is dealing with it in state court. But there are also some federal filings as well. In each case, Trump has to make an argument. Back the argument up with evidence factual evidence. And then appeal to the judge to apply the law in such a way that would ultimately either provide for additional auditing and evidence. And or eventual disqualification of certain balance such that the margins that are now in each of those states would Be changed and Trump would pull into the lead. That's a tall order, or I mean, there's all or the other. The other strategy. It's out there they're talking about is that if we could somehow get Joe Biden under 2 70 by tying up state State secretary of state, you know in the legislators, so either way, it stops the process, right? We'll talk about that second thing in just a moment, but, um, the lawsuits Again are fully in Trump's You no legal right to assert his claims and and we have due process in this country. Okay, that's that's why our country is so fair is that we allow people Take issues to the courts, and no one should be sit there saying No, you don't get your due process. That's un American. The media is being un American. Joe Biden is being un American. If Trump wants to go to court, it is his constitutional right and it is the right On behalf of 75 74 million Americans who voted for him. We've talked about some of the the initial claims that software is screwed up. Um, that dead people are voting or people who are not eligible to vote have been allowed to vote. People who are you know, didn't have proper residency people who did not properly demonstrate the documentation needed to get a vote. Signatures that don't match. They're also talking about votes that should be disqualified because The observers from the Republican Party. We're not allowed to materially observe the count Lou on that last point. I've never heard of a judge saying that because you know we weren't able to observe the count that somehow the ballots will be disqualified. Judge might say you didn't get to see the count. So let's Sure the deficiency by recounting all the ballots in that county could do that. That may not change the outcome now, all right, or if if it's not possible to recount the ballots, because you've separated envelopes from actual votes, because that's what they do, they open up an envelope. They thought the match the match the signature on the outside. Make sure the person hasn't voted before They open the envelope. They take the ballot out. They run it through the machine. They take the envelope. They set it aside. So now that ballot in that envelope are completely separated. You don't know who that person voted for. So if you come along and say, Well, I'm gonna audit all the envelopes. Okay, fine. But if you disqualify an envelope, good luck trying to figure out who they voted for. That ballot is far you know, it's been completely separated. They don't keep the two ballot that the two materials together. That's a problem. So, um, we've got you know sometime we even Trump has his opportunity to present his case. Um But some of these arguments are gonna be stronger than others. For example, in Pennsylvania. He's also arguing that balance received after the close of polls on election night should not be counted. And he's got a pretty darn strong case there, but There may not be Abie enough ballots to materially change out from the election and B. How do we know that the county boards kept those ballots? Segregated? Um As the court had originally asked them to do because subsequent to the election, the Republican Party had to go to the U. S Supreme Court because they weren't separating out the ballots, right? And the Supreme Court did weigh in in that case, at least with respect to the counties in the state of Pennsylvania is over for the media to say that nothing has been one that's far by trump. There have been some winds. That specific issue that you just mentioned on Supreme Court. But there's also been a number of losses where judges have thrown cases out. Um or the judge has declined to the rule on the motion of Trump's attorneys and It seems a little dubious that ultimately a court would side with him so again. We've got to see what plays out. But to the second point is that Trump strategy may be to stop the certification of a state. Such that their electoral delegates do not get put in the mix. And if the state doesn't send their electoral delegates to the electoral College And neither candidate therefore gets to 70. Then it flips to the U. S. House representatives. So now we're entering But we're no longer in illegal. Environment. We're now in a political environment. Are Republican politicians willing To vote. Trump in the office. Are they willing to Um, stand their ground and say that they've seen enough evidence of impropriety that they cannot sign off. On these delegates and therefore because there's so much uncertainty about the delegates The electoral college delegates that therefore it needs to go to the house Representatives, as is provided for in the Constitution. Okay, so now they willing to do that politically, the E. I mean, just to put it into perspective at this point. There does not need to be on offsetting amount of ballots right? You don't need don't know at this point I have to do is stop certification, right? But they could be. Let's say you need 13,000 in the state of Georgia and we're at 2000 and growing and but we're out of time. Or in this case, Michigan. They don't need to say they don't. They don't need to find the enough balanced T switch Trump. They can just say, Look, we are elect. Our system is broken here in the state, so we're just going to toss it to the House of Representatives. Right. They can say obviously, we can't make the determination one way or another, so therefore we won't be making any determination on Who gets our ballots, and so therefore our state will go unrepresented. And therefore I hope you guys come up with 2 17. If you know there's a provision to deal with that as well, So right now it's Biden 306 Trump to 32. Assuming that everything gets certified, But let's assume that Pennsylvania gets tossed. Let's assume that Michigan gets tossed At that point, Biden has to 70 exactly right on the money. You'd have to get Georgia Or Wisconsin or Arizona also get tossed. It's supposed one of those states gets tossed. Then Biden drops down to 2 60, Or maybe as few as 2 54. And, uh, that would then push the election into the House of representatives for them to decide on a state by state basis. Not Nancy Pelosi, not the majority, but every state, then would get one vote. A delegation from that state within vote individually. That's what Texas votes. One vote. Georgia votes. One vote Rhode Island holds the 50 states so Lynch Liz Cheney represents the entire Web rumors. One vote equal to the entire delegation of Texas. So Trump has basically the votes to win at that point. But let's go through could estate beady certified or failed to certify? That's what's going on tonight in Michigan, So let's explain what is happening there and the chances that's coming up. Could this get any crazier? All right, let's find out together on the two mile report, but first traffic and Lord King thanks, guys from your helpful San Diego.
MLB commissioner Rob Manfred says he's '100 percent' sure there will be a baseball season in 2020
"As for a return to the baseball field MLB commissioner rob Manfred was asked last night by ESPN's Karl ravage the million dollar question that's on everybody's mind the percentage of a chance we're playing Major League Baseball this year one hundred percent it's really good news for baseball fans here still it's difficult to comprehend how negotiations even got to this point Medford says it all goes back to the agreement the owners and players made back in March the March twenty six the green it was premised on the belief mutual belief that we were going to be in a position where we would be playing baseball games in full stadiums and I think that we find ourselves in a situation where we're gonna be playing largely without fans if not exclusively without fans and then altered the economic landscape in really required another negotiation the commissioner added that the owners do plan to counter the player's latest proposal in the
"100 percent" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Once we train police report that's a poorly the man was never trained the other man child standing there obviously never had a return the other two net management the police department is not well organized it was no security officer if you look at that picture right now maybe more security officers than police officers he brings up an incredible point it is something that is starting to be talked about as a good thing but I think if you wanted to race into it is ninety percent horrible training ten percent racism well what am I base that on I'm based on the fact that you this is not the only police officer that has done something egregious and the other ones were not white but there are from Minneapolis and it's saying to please for bargain they've all been just been **** up doing stupid stuff but never let a good crisis go to waste right go take advantage of this got take opportunity the problem is that the opportunity is exploded all across the country and the other people were taken part of this our our mainstream media which I just think that the damage the poison that they're putting out there amongst all of the of the people is it I don't know how to get it back protesters around the world have taken to the streets to call out police brutality and the systemic racism against black people stop right there police brutality systemic racism you could ask anyone of those anyone of those protesters with systemic racism they can't give it to you black people white silence equals white violence and I want everybody to recognize that because white people are the people oppressing black people author and educator Tim wise says it's not fear that drives people to complete blackness with crime the power and the disregard for some people of color American history is one in which white Americans by and large have been taught to have indifference or even contempt for black lives we have defined the country is a white nation where people of color are here on a guest pass and it's a guest pass that we think we can revoke CBS news contributor Abram eggs can be is a professor at American University he says since the Jim crow era white people have the right of using the police to their advantage since the Jim crow era look out we got to go back to the Jim crow era we gotta go back to the eighteen nineties did you hear what you're talking about white applause thank you where she learned it from there to go to the black professor what it that's what a letter from university they've been indoctrinated in in the government run schools indoctrinated they pay a lot of money to come out that stupid the problem here is that we have a we have a socialist a collective you know me with that a collectivist ideal happening here in a dividing us by race but they're also dividing us by class we need to get our heads around that we need to be able to push back against it and push back against the good not going to win the argument because they can't argue they can't be lodged with the ticket only be emotional don't get caught up in the emotions interesting article from the Republic governor Ducey imposes a state wide week long curfew because Scott still fashion mall was looted Laurie Roberts is on the rampage the governor lord do see is given some fodder we're going to talk to a surrounding may here's what it was what it appeared in a community in the valley at eight OO three to find out to what he's doing to prepare for possible attacks of from rioters and looters and that is coming up next but first we have the news in two minutes you are listening to newstalk five fifty K. FYI white people on the neighbors our neighbors all have icon power trucks in their driveway they're going solar solar so expensive so so confused and I could power custom design a system just for us will pay less for power and maybe we can crank down the AC a bit this summer.
"100 percent" Discussed on WGN Radio
"For sales back on track well here with traffic Hey Serra yeah Hey guys good morning to you all right want to give you a look at a delay or watching early on this morning on the blue line just some residual backups after it earlier at police activity at Cicero things have resumed after being stopped in that area but once again just a little bit behind schedule there on the blue line as for the roadway is once again dealing with a whole kind of construction out there an update to the construction that we're watching between river and Blodgett there on I. fifty five that bridge work well this morning in both directions not only do you have it down to one lane but in addition to that normal closure full fifteen minute intermittent closures until five this morning so just keep that in mind on that I fifty five trip just south of I. eighty has their questions this morning about the health of north Korean leader Kim Jong moon CNN reports that an American sources he is in grave danger after undergoing heart surgery but a south Korean news agency says he is not seriously ill speculation often services about the north's leadership based on attendance at important state events last week can miss the celebration of his late grandfather which is the country's most most important holiday his last public appearance was April eleventh president trump says he's going to shut down immigration to the United States as a result of the Copa nineteen outbreak he tweeted last night in light of the attack from the invisible enemy as well as the need to protect the jobs of our great American citizens I'll be signing an executive order to temporarily suspend immigration into the United States conservatives have for weeks been calling on the trump administration to stop allowing foreign workers to enter the United States because millions of Americans are out of work in addition advocates are accusing president trump of using the outbreak to promote hardline immigration policies here are the latest numbers in Illinois one thousand one hundred fifty one new cases of covert nineteen with fifty nine additional deaths related to the virus in total more than thirty one thousand people in the state tested positive and one thousand three hundred forty nine people died to cook county corrections officers have died after an outbreak of Kobe nineteen at cook county jail according who's been joins us live with more on the story courting well Dan and more you know the cook county jail has been a hot bed when it comes to Colby nineteen cases to date the jail has the most concentrated amount of cases in the entire state and both of those corrections officers that you're speaking of died on Sunday forty seven year old Sheila Rivera was a corrections officer with the jail she died at resurrection hospital after being diagnosed with cool big nineteen her brother telling us that she had got sick in rapidly deteriorated there had been with the sheriff's office is twenty twelve her death now be could be considered a line of duty death it happened so quickly we we couldn't we couldn't get there in time her her husband Nolan had to give us updates from the doctor I mean I'm pretty sure that no one was in the room with her when she passed away so second corrections officer Antoine steward was found dead in his Crestwood home on the same day the sheriff's office says police are conducting a death investigation their quest Chris wood but there are no indications of foul play the sheriff's office saying that an autopsy will determine whether Kobe nineteen played a role in his death and right now there are two hundred nineteen cook county sheriff's employees who are currently battling Colby nineteen a total of three hundred twenty one cook county sheriff's employees have tested positive for the virus to date and we have learned that a hundred and nine people have recovered and returned back to work in addition three hundred ninety eight cook county jail detainees have tested positive for covert nineteen and six have died a hundred eighty three of those inmates are now in recovery and in terms of all the cook county sheriff's employees who have tested positive for Corbett nineteen eighty four percent of them are corrections officers what a live recording this man was ineffective studio corny thank you president trump continues to insist the states have the capacity to conduct all the code nineteen test needed he says the problem is the governors including governor Pritzker do not fully grasp the issue some states have far more capacity than they actually understand and it is a complex subject but some of the governors didn't understand that the governor is an example Pritzker from Illinois I did not understand his capacity not simply ask the federal government to provide unlimited support I mean you have to take the support we have it but we are there to stand with the governors and to help the governors and that's what we're doing the governors have pushed back saying the issue is not capacity they lack the supplies to get test results Maryland's governor says he had to order supplies from South Korea because he wasn't getting the help he needed from the federal government Dr Fauci member the White House coronavirus task force agreed with the governors he said a partnership is needed to help states get materials that may not have access to governor prince here has not responded to the president's criticism he did however strike a cautiously optimistic tone about illinois' fight against cove in nineteen our case numbers in our hospitalizations are still rising even if that rise is slower now R. curve is bending the right way governor says without mitigation efforts the state would have maxed out its existing hospital capacity by nearly twenty five thousand beds by April sixth would not speculate on when restrictions might be lifted he did say the state is looking at whether to make the decision region by region the bottom literally fell out of the oil market yesterday as prices crashed to a record low futures prices for may actually close at minus thirty seven dollars a barrel the lowest price since nineteen eighty three analysts say demand is collapsed to the worldwide economic shut downs and producers are running out of space to store the oil falling crude prices are translating to cheaper prices at the gas station triple a says fully one fourth of the country stations now charge a dollar forty nine a gallon or less that's a dollar cheaper than a year ago and the Chicago metro area the averages two seventeen a gallon a year ago at this time it was three thirty five the plunge in crude oil prices spread to the.
Trump vows to back airlines '100 percent'
"And UP president trump was asked about the market after the Dow crater three thousand points yesterday good grief he had this to say the stock market is we have to get through this crisis that's what I can do that's the best thing we can do that's what I think about once once this virus is gone I think you're gonna have a stock market like nobody's ever seen before he was also asked about you know what effectually our bailouts of particular industries most notably the airlines four zero lines are concerned the airlines we're going to back clear lines a hundred percent not their fault somebody's fault the less you go to the original source but it's somebody's fault and that we're going to be in a position to help the airlines very much we tell the airlines are gonna help them well the airlines very might want very a lot of help there being specific fifty billion dollars as what they advance yesterday but yes right of course every other industry is going to queue up including
New York City releases long-term Sunnyside Yard Master Plan promising new public transit and 100 percent affordable housing
"And your city has unveiled a plan to build twelve thousand affordable apartments on top of the queen's railyard the Sunnyside yard development will cost fourteen point four billion dollars and would lead to the largest development of affordable housing in the city since the seventies Gothamist reporter Cindy Pereira says the initial part of the plan focuses on transit the first phase would include a new rail station in Sunnyside that would be served by Long Island Rail Road in the metro north in the future along with the new housing units and the rail station the proposal also calls for up to twelve schools three libraries and thirty health care centers if approved it would take decades to
"100 percent" Discussed on AP News
"Amazon founder Jeff Basil's promises $10000000000 of his own money to fund grants for research activism and non profits involved in combating climate change in an Instagram Basil's writes that the funding will both amplify known ways and explore new ways to fight the devastating impact of climate change Basil's online retailer has its own enormous carbon footprint using fossil fuel to power the planes trucks and vans used to deliver billions of packages around the world last year Amazon pledge to have 100 percent of its energy use come from renewable energy in the next 10 years I'm Tim acquire
"100 percent" Discussed on WSB-AM
"A totally appropriate call I call it a perfect call because it was and they brought me to the final stages of impeachment the resident lashed out at his political opponents in called the impeachment be yes except he use the expletive as he's done at campaign rallies Karen Travers ABC news the White House the president reserving particular ire for Utah Republican senator Mitt Romney the lone GOP senator to vote to remove trump from office Dave Packer ABC news in depth coverage of twenty twenty on ninety five point five W. S. in New Hampshire prepare to cast ballots next week in that state's primary one hundred percent of the votes have now been counted from the Iowa caucuses results from Monday night show it is a statistical dead heat between people to judge and Bernie Sanders I'm Jamie do pre in Derry New Hampshire seemingly with some momentum after his strong finish in Iowa New Hampshire has the thumb on the scale the judge used a packed house at an American Legion hall the pitch for votes on Thursday one more time I know I'm asking you for your vote not here in New Hampshire yesterday was Joe Biden ironmongers you're going to reach our gut punch in Iowa that was Biden's last event on Wednesday morning is tonight's debate could be a very important moment for his twenty twenty campaign more on my blog at W. S. B. radio dot com top local use every thirty minutes and when it breaks ninety five point five W. SB depend on it with the global death toll now over six hundred a quartet of sick Americans returned from China to be tested here in the U. S. for coronavirus the four people develop symptoms and were isolated and tested for coronavirus the sample sent here to Atlanta to see see headquarters the results expected to be ready by as early as Saturday morning Wednesday CDC started sending out test kits to individual states of the testing can be done faster the four Americans in San Diego are said to be doing well Sabrina Q. but ninety five point five WSP back to the New Hampshire primary I meant to mention this to you earlier you can.
Sanders and Buttigieg in dead heat with 100 percent of Iowa caucus results in
"In New Hampshire prepare to cast ballots next week in that state's primary one hundred percent of the votes have now been counted from the Iowa caucuses results from Monday night show it is a statistical dead heat between people to judge and Bernie Sanders I'm Jamie do pre in Derry New Hampshire seemingly with some momentum after his strong finish in Iowa New Hampshire has the thumb on the scale the judge used a packed house at an American Legion hall the pitch for votes on Thursday one more time I know I'm asking you for your vote not here in New Hampshire yesterday was Joe Biden ironmongers you're going to reach our gut punch in Iowa that was Biden's last event on Wednesday morning is tonight's debate could be a very important moment for his twenty twenty campaign more on my blog at W. S. B. radio dot
"100 percent" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Elevator so highway I can still get it out of there you know follow up the house not the whole house you know this little when the unit and lights and the TV the city's already gotten eight inches of rain CBS news meteorologist David Parkinson says there could be another foot and a half on the way from a tropical storm system picking up strength in the Gulf that forecast track it does actually intensified into a category one hurricane before it makes landfall it is possible that this thing becomes a category two portions of the French Quarter are flooded out and hurricane watches are up from Texas to Florida the New York times as the trump administration is ready to carry out nationwide raids on undocumented immigrant families beginning Sunday previous round ups were postponed because of opposition from officials at the department of homeland security a corner on the island of Crete tells CBS news an American scientist whose body was found in a World War two bunker was one hundred percent murdered Suzanne eaten was attending a work conference in Greece when she disappeared her friend Rebecca healed Suzanne was an amazing combination are grace and beauty and strength the coroner says there are currently no suspects and no motive Britain is reporting a confrontation near the Persian Gulf officials in the U. K. say three are Ronnie and boats tried to intercept a British oil tanker in the strait of war movies but backed off after warnings from a navy escort women are about to gain a new freedom in the Middle East live to the foreign desk and correspondent Vicki Barker Saudi Arabia is reportedly planning to allow its women to travel without a male guardian's permission for the first time thirty three year old crown prince Mohammed bin Salman has been trying to modernize his kingdom allowing women to drive just last year but its modernization on his terms he has jailed women who've campaign for exactly.
U.S. scientist was "100 percent" murdered in Greece, coroner says
"A corner on the island of Crete tells CBS news an American scientist whose body was found in a World War two bunker was one hundred percent murdered Suzanne eaten was attending a work conference in Greece when she disappeared her friend Rebecca healed Suzanne was an amazing combination are grace and beauty and strength the coroner says there are currently no suspects and no
"100 percent" Discussed on KOMO
"Stay connected. Stay informed. The KOMO morning news eight hundred. To Friday morning, and it's may third. We have cloudy skies to start and we'll be seeing some sunshine this afternoon. It's forty eight degrees currently in Seattle along. With Gregg Hersholt, I'm MandA factor. Here the top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. Eight people are still hospitalized this morning. After a radioactive spill across the street from Harborview medical center, almost Brian Calvert has more from Seattle's first hill. It happened at a research facility across ninth from the main hospital, Kristen Tinsley with Seattle fire. We received a call just before ten thirty point Cruz didn't arrive being and they determined that during the transport process from a to a vehicle. That there was a breach radioactive material that occurred powder like substance has been identified. And so have the thirteen people in the building who were exposed to it hours. After the initial response. Five of those people were cleared to leave eight or transferred to the main hospital level that radioactive material that were tested on those individuals were at higher level. So they need to undergo further decontamination at the hospital further evaluation to Lisa's. None of the people showed any immediate signs of being contaminated, and that all of this was done out abundance of caution. Brian Calvert, KOMO news. Seven Jay Inslee is eager to take his own state's new clean energy plan and spread it across the country. Komo's Corwin Hake reports that climate conscious presidential candidate is spelling out his goals. One hundred percent zero emissions from new vehicles by twenty thirty zero emission electricity's nationwide by twenty thirty five that's the boil down version of what Inslee calls his one hundred percent clean energy. For America plan. The new eight-page document specifically calls for changes to the auto industry, the electrical grid and new commercial and residential construction saying these sectors account for nearly seventy percent of the nations climate pollution. Inslee tells a US house committee transforming those industries will also generate John or a heck of a lot more jobs fighting climate change than there isn't denying climate change teams. We has made climate the central issue of his presidential bid. The goals he proposes mirror new legislation in our state where lawmakers last month passed a sweeping clean energy package. Corwin hake. Komo news democratic presidential candidate. Andrew Yang is going to make a campaign. Stop in Seattle tonight at gasworks park. He's in New York tech entrepreneur, he's never held public.
"100 percent" Discussed on KOMO
"Daughter, why should he get to live that sixteen year old is being held at the juvenile detention center here in Tacoma on suspicion of first degree murder, and I agree robbery. Prosecutors tell if he will likely be charged as an adult I'm care costs. Komo news. The United States and the perish climate accord greenhouse gas emissions by at least twenty six percent passes. The US House Republican Debbie Lesko of Arizona says the Bill doesn't take cost into account should be focused on continuing to reduce emissions developing and exporting clean energy technologies and making our communities more resilient all while ensuring affordable and reliable energy prices regret. Derek Kilmer of art. And Dale says his district already feels the impact of climate change. Tribes are in the process of trying to move to higher. Ground changing ocean chemistry is impacting our marine life and the industries that depend on it. The department of defense has called it a threat multiplier that makes our world less safe. President Trump says he will pull the US out of the Paris accord. So of this Bill passed the Senate, it's unlikely to get his signature the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office has weighed in on Representative John Paul's Medicare for all plan. More from komo's Jeff Pohjola. The thirty plus page report outlines how the federal government could transition to a single payer system. That Representative John Paul's plan calls for says the plan would significantly increase government spending in require additional resources or layman's terms higher taxes. The report also says a single payer system could lower the quality of health care for all involved. If hospitals are owned by the government, and doctors became public employees. And a statement Paul quotes a colleague saying, it is no longer a matter of if we will have a single payer healthcare system in our country. But when Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news. I says lost ground support at Bolling field. King County executive dot Constantine signed an order last month saying that companies doing business of the King County airport would no longer be allowed to service ice flights wants their leases are renewed. Now, the company modern aviation scissor all no longer service swift air flights carrying detainees swift air is believed to be the only private carrier that was used by immigration and customs enforcement ice can still use federal government flights as official government planes. Cannot be banned by local jurisdictions Seattle city council continues to work on plans to redevelop Ford Lawton. Komo's Charlie harder tells us about efforts to bring affordable housing to the new neighbourhood sitting on prime real estate near discovery park between Ballard and magnolia fort Lawton. For decades was a military post now is in the hands of the city and plans to have a combination of homes and open spaces planners spoke to the city council about one part of the developer. At its focus the priority to serve homeless individuals with another interest of our city to expand parks and recreation space and the local priority to expand affordable housing for people with a range of incomes. Habitat for humanity would be involved in the building fifty townhouses and row houses for people with modest incomes plans have yet to be approved by the full council. Charlie harder. Komo news news time eleven forty. And from the Harley exterior sports desk for the first time Germany sends national team rowers for Saturday's Windermere Cup races. More than the German connection with Bill Swartz talking dogs, the Washington huskies have quite a German rowing pipeline with several student athletes coming to Seattle from Deutschland including to Syndicale ecstatic to compete against her own country. Women in Saturday's Windermere Cup race as Billy excited. Mostly for them to get to see this. Experience. This you junior Alexander Volmer from Hamburg, Germany, where world class rowers. Learn about precision at an early age the guys are in the men's eight men's right now, it's been trading on a very high level lost ten years twelve years. So these guys really know whether doing Vollmer's allegiances will be split in that featured race. I mean me personally.
"100 percent" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"This is a mytalk dirt alert. What a nice surprise. Oh joy to be asks. Thanks for having me, backer. All's must be spring break. Vacation today. They call in the second-string the third string. I'm happy to deliver. We're happy davir here. Well, you are so welcome. I've got some hometown dirt to start. It's been awhile since we've seen Kris Humphries on headline entertainment for sure location, but his the case today because Kris Humphries who's our hometown guy, of course, announced his retirement from the NBA today. So he is officially retired and he's reflecting on his career and his infamous seventy two day marriage. One Kim Kardashian. There are some interesting things he wrote a blog post for the players Tribune. And I've got a little excerpt for the irony of my career is that I finally figured out what kind of player I was when I got to the nets. I felt like I knew who I was finally, and then I met a girl who happened to be really famous, and I got married and damn look I should have known what I was getting into. I was definitely naive about how much my life was going to change. But the one thing that really bothers me is whenever people say that my marriage was fake. He goes on and says, there's definitely a lot about that world that is not entirely real. But our actual relationship was one hundred percent real when it clear when it was clear that it wasn't working. What can I say it sucked? It's never easy to go through the embarrassment of something like that with your friends with your family. But when it plays out so publicly in front of the world, it's a whole other level. It was brutal. Yeah. I get that. I get that. And remember they started dating and they were married like ten months later. Very quickly. It took nearly two years for their divorce. Get to be finalized. They were only married for less than three months. They had a massive wedding ceremony in front of the cameras August of twenty eleven and Kris Humphries goes on to say, I didn't know how to handle it. And this is where I think you can feel a lot of empathy for the guy. He says, I didn't know how to handle it. Because I never thought I was going to be famous in that way. I remember having this moment when I was getting booed so hard in Philly, and I thought to myself why exactly are they booing need? Just because I'm that guy from TV today think I was trying to be famous is it because they think I disrespected the game of basketball the last one killed me because all I've ever wanted to be known for was basketball. You know, I know I know a woman whose son was in that wedding. Okay. Really the KEA and they all had to sign disclaimers. Yeah. Yeah. But in Christianity brought all of them like Amelia's, suits the. Oh, yeah. Okay. And but the word that what she said was it was an Kim's family. They were a nightmare. Kris Jenner was beyond rude. They didn't they treated all the Minnesota people like they were just. Foreigners far far far away land that they weren't gonna extend any courtesy to. She said it was so every was everyone was just like. The Hollywood people and then the Minnesota. For me. It sounds terrible. He says there was about a year when I was in a dark place. He didn't wanna leave his home said he feel like I don't know the whole world hates you. But they don't even know why. And then he said Kris Humphries went on to say that after his split from Kim Kardashian. There would be times when people would be like, hey, are you Kris Humphries, and he would say, oh, no. I look like him. No. I'm Blake Griffin. Who's an NBA player? And this is where I think it's this is like the heartbreaking part is when he says, I didn't wanna be Kris Humphries. It's the craziest feeling in the world not wanting to be yourself. And I didn't even want to say anything to defend myself because it felt like I couldn't win. You can't go up against the tabloids. You can't go up against that machine. There's no point in even if I played that game I felt like it would be disrespecting the game of basketball saver. They were IQ couple. I never bought him for a second hall over Kim really had. She really she had her original face when she was Chris. Picture of the two of them together. So cute wearing this like pretty neutral dress, and she is. How this wasn't going to work. When she was hanging out on lake Minnetonka. I was like what is going on here. No, there is anything is going to happen here by goodness. All right. Okay. Let's talk a little bit more about Wendy Williams. Wendy williams. The story today is that she is not good that she was rushed to the hospital after hours after her husband's alleged mistress gave birth that. She was found drunk on Monday soon after page six they wouldn't even be surprised if this is from her husband that he is. Said direct the story away from his alleged mistress giving birth and why isn't Wendy like at a rehab facility or a sober coach living at her house. Weren't her robes and eaten or snacks? Well, here's the question page six saying that it was the husband who told her to go to a sober home with complete strangers. That was the story where she did. She kind of. With a bunch of smelly. On the show on the show. And and but didn't said, you know, I had cocaine problem years ago, I've been honest with that, and I never really dealt with it. And that's what and the whole when she fractured her shoulder. I'm suspicious of the husband me. No. I totally agree. How about the Jesse smell let the next story. I'm so glad you brought that up. It's like, you're reading my mind. A lot to talk to to like a couple of different elements today, so Illinois prosecutors standing by the accusations that jussie smollet staged this attack against himself. Even after they dropped the charges against him bait blindsided everybody by dropping these charges. People could not believe this happened today like reading the Chicago Tribune it was like what happened. People felt on Sunday. Yes. Yes. So there are some interesting connections that TMZ is talking about. So number one the prosecutor saying they stand by the allegations. They still believe that Jesse small at staged this attack number convict to the mayor calls. This a whitewash of Justice. Listen, we watched the cuckoo for cocoa puffs. Presser that he had a lot of drama in the town was believable. It was like, you know. Earlier in a movie, I think, I don't know. But I mean, just remember that the one the one kid that they shot, you know, he was running away. Like the police said they didn't they fought the release of that. I don't know. It's the Chicago PD. Oh, yuck. They were. So there it was high drama hydro. The mayor says is hinting at corruption in the state attorney's office calling the decision to drop those charges.
Kris Humphries says short-lived marriage to Kim Kardashian was '100 percent real'
"It's been awhile since we've seen Kris Humphries on headline entertainment for sure location, but his the case today because Kris Humphries who's our hometown guy, of course, announced his retirement from the NBA today. So he is officially retired and he's reflecting on his career and his infamous seventy two day marriage. One Kim Kardashian. There are some interesting things he wrote a blog post for the players Tribune. And I've got a little excerpt for the irony of my career is that I finally figured out what kind of player I was when I got to the nets. I felt like I knew who I was finally, and then I met a girl who happened to be really famous, and I got married and damn look I should have known what I was getting into. I was definitely naive about how much my life was going to change. But the one thing that really bothers me is whenever people say that my marriage was fake. He goes on and says, there's definitely a lot about that world that is not entirely real. But our actual relationship was one hundred percent real when it clear when it was clear that it wasn't working. What can I say it sucked? It's never easy to go through the embarrassment of something like that with your friends with your family. But when it plays out so publicly in front of the world, it's a whole other level. It was brutal. Yeah. I get that. I get that. And remember they started dating and they were married like ten months later. Very quickly. It took nearly two years for their divorce. Get to be finalized. They were only married for less than three months. They had a massive wedding ceremony in front of the cameras August of twenty eleven and Kris Humphries goes on to say, I didn't know how to handle it. And this is where I think you can feel a lot of empathy for the guy. He says, I didn't know how to handle it. Because I never thought I was going to be famous in that way. I remember having this moment when I was getting booed so hard in Philly, and I thought to myself why exactly are they booing need? Just because I'm that guy from TV today think I was trying to be famous is it because they think I disrespected the game of basketball the last one killed me because all I've ever wanted to be known for was basketball. You know, I know I know a woman whose son was in that wedding. Okay. Really the KEA and they all had to sign disclaimers. Yeah. Yeah. But in Christianity brought all of them like Amelia's, suits the. Oh, yeah. Okay. And but the word that what she said was it was an Kim's family. They were a nightmare. Kris Jenner was beyond rude. They didn't they treated all the Minnesota people like they were just. Foreigners far far far away land that they weren't gonna extend any courtesy to. She said it was so every was everyone was just like. The Hollywood people and then the Minnesota. For me. It sounds terrible. He says there was about a year when I was in a dark place. He didn't wanna leave his home said he feel like I don't know the whole world hates you. But they don't even know why. And then he said Kris Humphries went on to say that after his split from Kim Kardashian. There would be times when people would be like, hey, are you Kris Humphries, and he would say, oh, no. I look like him. No. I'm Blake Griffin. Who's an NBA player? And this is where I think it's this is like the heartbreaking part is when he says, I didn't wanna be Kris Humphries. It's the craziest feeling in the world not wanting to be yourself. And I didn't even want to say anything to defend myself because it felt like I couldn't win. You can't go up against the tabloids. You can't go up against that machine. There's no point in even if I played that game I felt like it would be disrespecting the game of basketball saver. They were IQ couple. I never bought him for a second hall over Kim really had. She really she had her original face when she was Chris. Picture of the two of them together. So cute wearing this like pretty neutral dress, and she is. How this wasn't going to work. When she was hanging out on lake Minnetonka. I was like what is going on here. No, there is anything is going to happen here by
How 3M plans to reach 100 percent renewable electricity
"Support for climate cast comes from Bank of America as one of the largest global financial institutions Bank of America is in a unique position to help society. Transition to a low-carbon economy Bank of America, NA member FDIC Gail, let's start with specifics here. What are the numbers for renewable power goals for three m and by win first of all we were able to announce that we are fully committed to renewable electricity at three m we have signed onto the are you one hundred which commits us to a hundred percent global operations with renewable electricity by twenty fifty. We've advanced our current goal. That's twenty five percent by twenty twenty five to make it fifty percent by twenty twenty-five. So doubling that goal and we're very excited that last week. We're able to turn the switch on for one hundred percent renewable and electricity at three AM center on March first and how many buildings at three M'S facility and Maplewood and Maplewood we have over thirty buildings and. We have about twelve thousand employees. So it looks like the contract purchases eighty thousand megawatt hours of wind energy mostly from wind farms in pipe stone. What's the ultimate balance of power sources going to be going forward? Do you have a gauge on that? Well, when we look at the global footprints, it ends up being multiple pieces that we have engaged. So we will definitely have pieces that have wind and solar some of that is onsite as we do have some on-site at three AM centers. Well, and as well as other facilities around the world, and some of it will be through PPA's as well as agreements with utilities, and you know, the business around your new Ables is evolving all the time. And we're exploring a lot of the different options for that. Why do this now is it just good PR or will it save three money in the long run? Well, when we look at the long run for three m we believe that it's the right thing to do both for the business. And for the broader societal impact, we've recently launched. Our sustainability framework and climate is an important piece of that. So moving to renewable electricity is essential. What about skeptics who might say three Emma's just doing this for PR benefit? Well, we tell people about it too is a benefit. It's also a nice benefit for our employees. I will tell you that we have been committed to sustainability since day one over forty years ago, we launched an iconic program called pollution prevention pays or three P that has saved the company over two billion dollars and two million metric short tons of of waste over time. And we're always about raising the bar around sustainability. Whether it's the products that we give to our customers or what we do in our own operations. So as part of the corporate analysis, then you can save money on this. It's good for business. It's good for shareholders absolutely three m said, it's combined green efforts to cut waste and energy and water helped it a record a sixty eight percent reduction in greenhouse. Gas emissions since two thousand two to calculate a cost savings there as well. Yeah. That's actually all included in that pollution prevention pays program that I mentioned previously. So it's a combination some things that we need to do we need to make an investment upfront in order to create that environmental impact. But then it pays back over time. It's been an important learning and continue to evolve that way for ourselves. And for things we do for our customers. Gail you're the corporate sustainability officer at three m and if I'm not mistaken, you're a nuclear physicist is that true. Oh, that's funny. Going back a long ways. Yeah. My parents were both teachers and my mother taught special education, my dad taught chemistry. So I was kind of rebellious in going into physics instead of chemistry and specifically not to exactly follow. My father's footprints. But one of the things that was interesting with that is that. Because they were both teachers we have the summers off, and we would go camping in the national parks. So I'm in a really unique spot. Now, I find myself that I have that scientific background that was instilled to me from very early age this concept of giving back and community connectedness along with nature, and it fits really well with with what three M'S goals are about really applying science to help improve lives around the world. How much has the corporate landscape on climate sustainability changed in the past ten years for companies like three m and your peers. Yeah. Really interesting question. I think that I think that there's it's been a fascinating time to be in a corporate environment in a technical environment in the last decade, both the combination of the advancements externally with thinking about climate in the scientific analysis, but also with corporations in the idea of responsibility for all of our environmental aspects. So I would say that things have changed tremendously and continue. To exceleron exceleron in the way that they change. And is there anything else that you think our audience should know about the way three m and for that matter other companies, these days are thinking about sustainability as part of your business model, we think about sustainability is part of our business model is in overall consideration of all of our stakeholders. Yes, it includes shareholders yesterday includes employees, and yes, it includes our broader communities when we think about sustainability, we have three key pillars that we think about it three m and it's all about applying science to improve lives. So the first pillar is about science for the circular economy. Circularity second is about science for climate. And the third is about science for communities. Dr Gail Schuler chief sustainability officer with three M. Thanks so much for your perspective today. Very welcome. It's been a pleasure to be here. Thank you so much for having me.
Adam Wainwright: MLB Players Will '100 Percent' Go on Strike, Barring Change
"Long-term deals, obviously. It's no secret that the players are upset with how things are being handled this off season with Bryce Harper. Manny Machado, Adam Wainwright from St Louis cardinals chimed in on this. And he said in a recent radio interview that unless something changes there's going to be a strike one hundred percent and continued by saying that he's worried players might just walk out mid so on size are offsides. Major league Baseball Players Association will strike within the next few years onsides because you have a problem here. Flyers having to wait so long to get a contract or players not getting paid what they think they are worth. Now, there could be there should be some Justice baby from the players, but it's a problem in the sport right now. And yes, if it continues, which you have no reason to believe that it will stop. I will think that eventually be a strike the players will be fed up. And it'd be terrible for baseball. Because that's a sport. That is not as popular as it once was and if you alienate your younger fan base with the strike and not give them baseball. Yeah. You could lose a big portion
"100 percent" Discussed on Be Honest with Cari Champion
"The reason why we chuckle is. Because maybe it's just the way it was said, maybe it was the context there's a soap aware, there's a self awareness that I think makes it like do you work so hard to just be likable again? Do so much and you've done so much. It's like these moments like it's just like, well, he just needed some other people to be they did it wasn't like you sit in a room with your home is it's like me being like days. I'm the bad out here. And at one time. I did that one interview, Richard. I was the bat by four with me on this enter there's nothing wrong with that. I want to put that in context. There's nothing wrong with that. But then you have somebody like Michael Jordan who goes on air and says twenty years ago. Yeah. But I will say this. I think he does believe he's the I've talked to him recently. I think he thinks he's the greatest. Yeah. He'll to now. This is this. This thing is is that up for me to say, that's MJ, and this and that different thing. That's why all you idiots out there that wanna go and repose MJ. That Jay you the same people that wanna post this about how humble in Jay is everyone has one hundred other examples of how he was the most air again. Yep. Trash talking person in history right now, that means he's full you my favorite line from usual suspects is the greatest trick that the devil ever pulled was convincing the world that he didn't exist in Jay believes he is the greatest, and he has said in many different occasions of many different ways bronze setted and again because of the scrutiny. It's over the top Kobe Bryant believes he is the great, oh without a doubt. When Matt Johnson believes this will and he won't even he'll say somebody else. But I'm Magic Johnson doesn't believe that Kobe Bryant is the greatest Laker. No, not believe. But he said that he will. He says I said that all the time he says all the time, but the records show and the numbers show that Magic Johnson was better Laker than Kareem. Our manager was better Lakers Coby, so people say things, but even if they don't believe him. No, it's not the truth. You and I can sit here having had conversations with Koby or Braun or magic or Michael MA. Like guys, they all believe there, the great they do. And what they tell us in front of the camera something, totally different. So he was the bronze ahead of his time, and so many different ways. And so he felt like it was comfortable, and he's got into a place where he can say that how ever However, I will say this for him in terms of being the greatest he's doing something different. And I think most of us know with that is it necessarily it doesn't necessarily need to be on before it's off the court. And so when it's all said and done we will take into consideration. What he's done the court some things the school. How you feel about the community uninterrupted we put on a list, and I am not taking anything from him because he is reinventing the way basketball player should think about game not just basketball players period. And okay, say let's do this. Let's do this. He kind of said he said that that moment and winning that championship made him feel like that was the greatest accomplishment in that made in the. Grades. Let's go another layer to Braun and his kind of like, I can't speak for the man. But let's go to another layer. Sure, you can't I can't. But I say this is if you look at start to finish and every accomplishment on and off the courts show me a person that's had a greater career in influence in anywhere. He takes the knock influence is fine blue where he takes the knock, and you know, this, and I need you to be honest is that it's the consistency. Correct. Go it's not so much because it's give me to the finals. And that's amazing. That's greatest in that achievement. But who you are on the fourth. How you lead people start to knock him for the simple things when he don't like being there. We know he don't feel like. And so he gives these little little knocks nothing. Really? By the way, the decision to me is ridiculous of all the things he.
Social media's tip-the-bill challenge has diners dropping 100-percent gratuity
"That kind of caught my, eye, there's an internet. Challenge it's called. Tip the Bill challenge if you've not. Heard about this to participate you'll just have, to tip one hundred percent of your Bill. To your server and then you post about it on social. Media it's not clear where the trend began but the outfit called the independent claims it. Began in March of this year there are currently over, nine hundred tip the Bill challenge posts on Instagram with, hundreds hundreds more gaining, traction on Twitter and Facebook so I don't know what kind of spender you are or how much. Your meal was but the, tip the Bill challenge is to tip one hundred percent on your Bill and. Then make yourself look good about, it on social media
Judge: Reuniting families is '100 percent the responsibility' of Trump administration
"Officials feared the planes could spread the whole new neighborhoods officials in Virginia. Say Dan's overflowed Thursday is currently stable, but they're still asking people to stay away. We had been evaluating the condition of the dam, and we've had engineers onsite this morning looking at the the dam itself, and we have. Determined that the dam is stable at this point officials. Say one hundred fifty homes downstream from the dam were evacuated federal judge says the Trump administration, Nestle responsibility to reunite migrant. Children with their parents here's correspondent Mike Rossier a. Federal judge said Friday, the responsibility for reuniting hundreds of migrant children with parents from whom they were separated at the US. Mexico border is on the US government US district, judge Dana Subroto said in a conference call it is. One hundred, percent the responsibility of, the administration in a, court filing the Justice department says the State Department has begun talks. With foreign governments, on how the administration can aid the reunification. Efforts there are more than five hundred still separated children including four hundred ten with parents outside the United States. Mike Rossier Washington Secretary of state Mike, Pompeo's warning Russia China and others against any. Violation of international sanctions on North Korea he spoke, yesterday the association of southeast Asian nations worth remembering this isn't just an, American security goal It is clear our. Partners allies, with an OSCE I, know how important that, denuclearization North Korea's for their own security but it says Washington will. Take seriously any, action that reduces pressure on the north to. Abandon its nuclear weapons in.
Report That Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx Have Split Is '100 Percent Untrue' Says Actress' Rep
"Yeah angie's entertainment reports red and angie five kiss up by national louis university joe jackson the father of michael and janet jackson died yesterday at the age of eighty nine he's been hospitalized since late last week with terminal cancer jal launched the jackson five in the sixty s they saw millions of records were gonna become one of the most successful rb groups of all time later guided the careers of michael and janet when they went out on their solo thang survive wife catherine ten living children and all of them grandbabies fox and katie holmes never really admitted that they were a couple in the first place but apparently now it's over sources are saying they were planning a wedding paris katy called it off because of trust issues apparently jamie was the one who insisted on keeping their relationship super private and publicly he never stopped acting single which included clubbing and being seen with other women this same person says it rub katie the wrong way and it was hard for her not to feel jealous and worry about cheating especially since jamie is a major floor i can see him being a total flop yeah charming guys with a lot of charisma that doesn't mean they're cheating necessarily know but it made her insecure with the privacy and the fact that he's flirting i thought tom cruise was the reason that they kept it secret now because it used to be friends meter sign a contract i heard that is expired because right after that was done there was like a five year limit on that and then after it was done they were oh now i thought it was the jamie foxx is uncomfortable because he used to be friends with tom cruise so for a while he gives any yeah i didn't know did they did have that agreement thou like she couldn't publicly date for five years alright so scarlett johansson speaking of you know dating tom cruise scarlett johansson denying a scientologist claim that she wants date tom cruise this dude says that used to work on cruises scientology security team and he appeared on megan kelly show a couple of days ago saying that scarlett was on the list of women who auditioned to date tom after he split from nicole kidman a long time ago so this would have been before katie holmes so scarlett says the very idea of any person auditioning to be a relationship is so demeaning i refuse for adding one to spread the idea that i lack the integrity to choose my own relationships she said the whole story is cry mortar check out all night today what the hell we got up there paulina's paulina's we got floyd mayweather hardy be cardi b's baby shower saw kyo bronx bronx like a little baby bodega was adorable you gotta see a video pictures.
Startup offering to preserve brain with ‘100 percent fatal’ procedure for $10,000
"Excellent okay and kevin can it took a trip on the dark side we were talking about it this morning about this the story i'm sure many of you saw it it was mit technology review wrote about a lupus a y combinator startup that it is lets you upload your yourself but it is a hundred percent fatal and this is freaky i was like kevin what the heck does this have to do with the internet of things other than other than it's just to clarify the startup is preserving brains for the moment that's what they're gonna do with the hopes of actually being able to upload all of all of you in the future and the reason they this is fatal is because they have to keep your brain preserved and alive so to speak so you've kind of pretty much got to be dead that's one whole freaky bit about it but normally i wouldn't even brought this up but you said something pretty profound once before on the ship over many times but in particular you would said once year data is uploaded to the cloud or a company etc you don't control what they do with it and i thought about that as it applies to this and if they this company actually does succeed and i'm not saying they will but what if they did my entire brain data would be in their hands what would be done with it i've got no control over because i'm already dead and that's really scary yet.
Samsung Galaxy S9: first impressions
"And that's always a positive especially malik not to feel totally dead by thursday and um the the conversations have been you know primarily around the what will yet last week in a less who is we were talking about the retro gaming stuff and on the poll show on uh on the on what the talk and people are really interested so i want to save that for like the end the shower or even the next poll show about what my plan is because i've gotten somebody suggestions as to what we should do or what i should do in these retro cabinets and cool stuff so i want to talk about that but next week the samsung galaxy s nine is coming out and a lot of excitement over this way more than i than i remember with the s eight a lot yeah i it's getting a lot of buzz from people that i wouldn't expect to welcome about yeah i think there's an understanding that samsung is doing something pretty great here you know last year there were fears that we were going to have another note seven event um but i think the thing that came out of the s eight us a plus launch was that these guys are actually doing some pretty innovative designs and um i think that you know they've kinda maintain the elite i think i talked about though as yeah yeah it's interesting uh you wrote an article and i wanna i wanna kinda touch on this you if you posted yesterday on the rod it's a premium article so i don't wanna dive 100 percent into it should read it but i i wanna know because it's titled my plan for the samsung galaxy s nine plus which i wanna talk to you about also possible cheaper mac books like yeah yeah which is a man of his luck ona there yeah a lot is going on there and i very different a stance that a couple of years ago huh that's interesting and all on my shoulders i look like i'm wearing one of those 80s women shirt with like the padded shoulders will you abroad.