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"17 victims" Discussed on Skimm This

Skimm This

08:04 min | Last month

"17 victims" Discussed on Skimm This

"Welcome to scam this. Workers are fed up, emotions are running high and people feel that now is the time to pick a fight because they have nothing left to lose. From Netflix employees walking off the job to thousands of factory workers miners and nurses going on strike or threatening to do so, October is starting to look like strike October. We'll break down what's going on. We've also got the latest on the FDA's booster announcement, as well as some really cool medical news for the hearing impaired and people in need of an organ transplant. And it's time to board that chopper to fly off to a vacation destination that wait, can we turn this thing around? I don't want to get off here. We're here to make you smarter and the news less overwhelming. I'm Alex Carr. Let's skim this. All right, let's get to some headlines from the week's news and give you some context on why they matter. First up, are the FDA issuing its authorization for COVID boosters for J&J and Moderna. Here's what you need to know. Yesterday, the FDA made two big announcements about COVID booster shots. First, that Moderna and J&J boosters are good to go. And second, that it doesn't matter whether your first shot was Pfizer, Moderna or J&J, you can get any type of booster. That's after research published last week suggested that mixing and matching shots is safe and effective. It also found that people who got the J&J shot first but got a second shot of Moderna or Pfizer had a stronger immune response than those who got two J&J shots. Although the CDC is still figuring out who should be eligible for boosters and when. Currently, it's only people who are older, higher risk or have a job or living condition that puts them at more risk. So everyone else might need to wait a little longer. Next up, we have more good news from the FDA. The FDA is taking steps to help tens of millions of Americans who struggle to hear and can't afford a hearing aid, which can cost thousands of dollars. Here's the context. This week, the FDA proposed a rule that would allow millions of people to buy hearing aids over the counter, AKA without a prescription. Right now, hearing aids can cost about $5000 a rarely covered by insurance and require a specialist to sign off on patients needing them. Those barriers make hearing aids inaccessible for many of the roughly 38 million Americans who are hard of hearing. Now, four plus years after Congress challenged it to address the issue, the FDA has a model for a basic hearing aid that could be sold over the counter, along with regulations for selling them. And the FDA anticipates they could hit the market within the next year. And there could be some additional competition before long, possibly from the company behind AirPods. Last week, The Wall Street Journal reported that apple's been studying whether AirPods could become legit health devices, capable of doing things like taking your body's temperature or serving as a hearing aid. It's not totally clear whether AirPods would need an upgrade, or if this is just a new way to market the conversation boost feature, some AirPods already have. But the FDA's moved this week could open the door for Apple and other tech companies to get in on the hearing aid market. You might want to take a seat for this next headline. Scientists say they've made a breakthrough in the effort to transplant organs from pigs into people. Wait, what? Surgeons in New York said this week, they'd managed to attach a kidney grown in a genetically altered pig to a human body. And as soon as they did so, they watched the kidneys start to function almost immediately. For decades, scientists have been looking into whether pig organs, which are similar sized to hours, could be transplanted into humans. Curveball, though, doctors can't just use any pigs organs for a transplant. The pigs need to be genetically modified to get rid of a sugar molecule in pigs that human bodies reject. At least in this one instance, that hard work seems to have paid off. News reports describe surgeons being in awe as they watch this transplanted organ start working. Medical breakthroughs here couldn't come sooner. There are currently more than 100,000 Americans waiting on transplant lists, and around 12 people die each day. And even though the study of this transplant still needs to be peer reviewed, doctors believe it could eventually be a game changer. And our final headline this week $17 million, 1 million per person for the 17 missionaries kidnapped by the notorious 400 mozo gang in Haiti. Here's what you need to know. Over the weekend, a group of missionaries that 16 Americans in one Canadian were kidnapped in Haiti. They were reportedly on their way home from a visit to an orphanage when they were abducted by a gang called 400 muos, according to authorities. It's a group notorious for using murder rape and kidnap to exert power and reap financial reward. And this week, Haitian officials said the gang announced their ransom. $17 million for the 17 victims. The FBI is already in Haiti working as hostage negotiators. But even if these hostages are eventually released, kidnappings are way up in Haiti. According to one nonprofit, there were at least 628 kidnappings between January and September this year alone. Although Haiti has dealt with waves of kidnappings in the past, analysts are calling this wave the worst in the country's history. Reportedly, gunshots from gangs derailed a government event on Sunday and gangs apparently are now vying for control of around two thirds of the country, a dynamic which some analysts say could turn Haiti into a failed state. Things have gotten so bad that leaders of the Dominican Republic Panama and Costa Rica are sounding the alarm too. As people continue to flee Haiti, leading to a worsening migration crisis throughout Central America. And now we're turning to Washington D.C. on Capitol Hill the clash between former president Trump and the congressional committee investigating the January 6th insurrection. His heating up. Honestly, we didn't want to go back to that day. But here's a reminder of what went down. The former president spoke at a rally in Washington D.C. that took place ahead of Congress certifying the votes of the Electoral College. If you don't fight like hell, you're not going to have a country anymore. Later that day, thousands of people, including Trump's supporters, stormed the capitol, forcing lawmakers into hiding. 5 people died, and Trump was impeached for inciting an insurrection. The riot on January 6th left a lot of people asking, how could this happen? Now, almost a year later, a bipartisan House committee of two Republicans and 7 Democrats is trying to get some answers, but getting them is proving easier said than done. On Monday, former president Trump sued the committee to prevent them from getting The White House records related to his actions that day. Trump's lawsuit basically says his public speeches are one thing, but his private convos are privileged, because he was the president. But the current White House is saying agree to disagree and is denying Trump's request to keep those documents locked up. It's still TBD if this lawsuit will stop the committee from seeing what Trump said or did around January 6th, but it's not the only thing holding them up. They're also not sure if people they've asked to testify are actually going to show up, like former Trump ally, Steve Bannon. We should note he left his formal role at The White House in 2017, but according to committee members, Bannon may have had an important role in organizing January 6th. Here he was on his podcast, the day.

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"17 victims" Discussed on Crime Junkie

Crime Junkie

04:22 min | 6 months ago

"17 victims" Discussed on Crime Junkie

"People. It's all over now case closed. It's getting harder and harder to pretend there isn't a serial killer on the loose especially when the same fingerprints are found at ten different crime scenes and multiple witnesses. Keep seeing the same person. A tall stocky woman with short hair dressed like a nurse. This suspect has got to be out there somewhere. And the pressure is mounting. In the years since the investigation started there have been seventeen more murders and by two thousand five newspapers or reporting that the grand total has reached forty nine unsolved murders in seven years. So the whole city is freaking out. Elderly people are afraid to leave the house alone and my summer of two thousand five. Something happens that turns this from a local problem into a nationwide scandal. Mayor lopez obrador announces. He's running for president immediately. His opponents latch onto the little old lady killer as a fear mongering tactic they blame the mayor for the wave of crime and the moral collapse of his city in august. The opposing party the p. a. n. actually launches a program to deliver door chain locks to the elderly. This is becoming way too big of a problem to ignore so in august of two thousand five after nearly two years of denying it. The chief prosecutor finally comes out and says okay. Okay you're right. There is a serial killer after that. The department of justice launches a whole new effort called parks and gardens since all the victims live near parks and gardens. They assumed that's where the killer was finding them. The police set up surveillance patrols in all the areas where the little old lady killer has been active. They make multiple composite sketches based on eyewitness accounts and seventy thousand copies are distributed all over the city the even commission of three d. clay sculpture of the suspects head of course despite with eyewitnesses said the police are still claiming that the suspect is disguised as a woman and this is what leads to an embarrassing low-point of the entire investigation by october of two thousand and five the chief prosecutor decides maybe were wrong. Maybe the killer is actually transgender. So taking a complete shot in the dark the police go out and arrest somewhere between thirty eight and forty nine. Trans sex workers pretty much random. None of them look anything like the composite sketches and none of their fingerprints matched. the prince found at the crime scenes. The worst part is after this massive failure. The investigators don't rethink their tactics. The chief prosecutor continues to insist. We are certain. The suspect is a transgender by november. The investigations lack of progress is becoming a serious political problem officials from the pin or calling on the chief prosecutor to resign lopez. Oberdorf party is denouncing them. For trying to politicize murder the controversy gets so bad that the city assembly passes a resolution that basically says stop arguing and let the prosecutor do his job all right and they had a point. All of this drama was taking attention away from the actual manhunt or woman hunt. The investigators had just turned off the news and switched the channel. Two tv azteca. They would have seen the little old lady killer giving an interview on national television. I hope you enjoy this exclusive look at international infamy. Ready to find out what happens next. You can finish this episode and hear more by following international infamy with ashley flowers. Free on spotify. Or wherever you get your podcasts and catch a new episode weekly on tuesdays..

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"17 victims" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:04 min | 6 months ago

"17 victims" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Reopening from the pandemic lockdown way more active now, so like I should wear, it's probably East 10 fights tonight, and at last report, two of the people shot in that attack are in critical condition. And now to Mexico, where police investigators continued to find evidence in a series of suspected serial killings. Investigators digging under the house of a suspected serial killer on the outskirts of Mexico City say they have found over 3700 bone fragments so far, apparently belonging to 17 different victims. Prosecutors suggesting the discoveries may not be over. Since about a month ago. Crews have dug up floors of the house where the man lived there next going to dig up the soil beneath several of The rooms he rented out. Chuck Sivertsen, ABC News, a California teenager who fought off a bear and her cubs to protect your family dogs, is being honored for her bravery. 17 year old Hayley more an echo was presented with the tough award from Flashlight Company. Mag Lite in Ontario, California just so crazy. I didn't think that My actions would lead me to this point. Really, And it's really just an honor to even be here today. Mag Lite typically awards first responders. This is the first time the company has presented a civilian hero award. More evidence that this country is moving on from the covid pandemic. CBS is Lilia Luciano, reports that the NSA says it screened more than two million travelers at airports on Friday, and that's four times the number screened on that day a year ago. 142 million people in the U. S are now fully vaccinated cities with high vaccination rates like Chicago, a racing to reopen for the first time in over 450 days. Businesses can operate without covid 19 guidelines. More than 35,000 fans packed Wrigley Field to celebrate and still covid not over the covid death toll in this country nearing 600,000. There have been 33.4 million confirmed cases across the country since the beginning of the pandemic space tourism is here, but it's still more expensive than your average airline ticket. Oh, just a bit. CBS is Mark Strassmann Reports. $28 million is the winning bid to join Amazon founder Jeff Brazos on his rocket companies Inaugural flight next month space the final frontier in tourism. Private companies turning science fiction into reality because this is where you get strapped in billionaire Jared Isaac Hman chartered a SpaceX spaceship for three day orbit of Earth called inspiration for A crew of four will fly higher than the space station. They're all civilians. This is the first that significance. That's responsibility. Responsibility being the first That there will be a second and a 3rd and 1/4. Absolutely. You have to get this one right for all the other great missions to follow. Mark Strassmann. CBS NEWS Atlanta A cat burglar at work in a Beaverton, Oregon neighborhood. This cat burglar is a real cat as me is her name owner, Kate Film, It says the feline brought home masks and gloves and other items from a nearby park in neighbor's garage is leaving them on the porch. When she brings them. She comes back door and she yells like Wow, until I come and tell her she's done a good job. So she put up a sign that reads. My cat is a thief. Please take these items. If they are yours. The site of the sign stopped as me from her thefts for about a week. Steve Cave in CBS News 9 2072 degrees. In Boston. Will update the AccuWeather forecast with Brian Thompson check the roads with David stuff next. Are you looking for a podcast? That's nothing but a big chunk of the biggest news stories of the day while you're at work. We've been working on these stories. All news, no filler, just like it says it keeps me in the loop. Get in.

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"17 victims" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:38 min | 10 months ago

"17 victims" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Full than anybody you were, I would have it. Our living room. Isis says those responsible for the attack of the capital should be prosecuted. President Biden today vowing action on stopping gun violence as he remembers the Florida tragedy three years ago more now from Gurnal, Scott. The president said his White House quote won't wait for the next mass shooting to address gun violence. The declaration coming three years to the day after 14 students and three staff members that Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida were killed by a lone gunman. In his statement, the president paid tribute to the 17 victims and their families, whom he said turned grief to purpose in quest of change. Biden called on Congress to craft gun reform measures to include background checks on all gun sales, banning multi round magazines and lifting immunity for gun makers that ad toe weapons on the streets. This is President's Day. That means most federal offices, state and local offices are all closed today. Things will return back to normal tomorrow. In Escondido. Police there today say a teenager's joy ride at her mother's car ended in a crash over the weekend that killed two people. Authorities trying to stop the 13 year old girl who was driving the car. She had a female passenger inside the vehicle. The girl lost control. The car slid into a planter on the east side of the road or an STD Any transfer facility. Police took the girls into custody, then discovered that the car struck two men who appeared to have been homeless and sleeping in the bushes. One pronounced dead at the scene. The other died at the hospital. The 13 year old arrested for D a Y at other charges. A community in mourning after a father and son killed in a car crash this past weekend. Also, the North County had happened and Paul Waner, the high school, Steve and his son, Steven, Parolee were headed home after baseball practice when a 19 year old driver of a car collided with the parolees. Tom Parolee is Steve's brother, he told her party putter 10 news. He hit his first home run in a game about a month ago herself was Grand Slam. It won the game, but I heard it from my brother. I didn't hear it from my godson. Family members and teammates of the to the father and son were inseparable. Police say alcohol and drugs were not a factor. The driver of the other car had minor injuries that cause of exactly what happened and how and why remains under investigation. The average price of a gallon of regular gasoline and set it go county up today for the 25th time and 26 days, increasing 2/10 of a cent to just over $3.50 a gallon, its highest amount since March. 5th Kogan is time you love it. Oh, three. Let's check three ways Now with Cho goes real time Traffic crash.

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"17 victims" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:21 min | 10 months ago

"17 victims" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Also got his mind on gun control. The president said his White House quote won't wait for the next mass shooting to address gun violence. The declaration coming three years to the day after 14 students and three staff members that Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida were killed by a lone gunman. In his statement, the president paid tribute to the 17 victims and their families. Who me said turned grief to purpose in quest of change. Biden called on Congress to craft gun reform measures to include background checks on all gun sales, banning multi round magazines and lifting immunity for gun makers that ad toe weapons on the streets. Grenouille Scott Fox News Congress is off for the most part this week, but work will continue on that covered financial relief plan. As the number of new coronavirus cases reported in the US Yesterday around 64,000 was the fewest since October. 25th. NASA may still need Russia after all, even with space six now able to launch US astronauts for nearly a decade, NASA paid hefty prices to Russia's Roskosmos. Four seats for US astronauts to fly up and down to the international space station aboard So use spacecrafts. It was done to secure American's presence in space following the retirement of the space shuttle fleet and before companies like Space X and Boeing could ramp up their commercial space flights. Space X has been flying and Boeing is ready for its first test flight. But NASA is reportedly looking to Russia to buy seats again, according to space flight. Now Ness is trying to ensure space access in the case of any delays on the part of US commercial providers. Evan Brown Fox News this President's Day, a federal holiday. That'll have the stock market closed No trading after Friday's games for the Dow, the NASDAQ the S and P 500 record highs. I'm David. This'd Fox News Progressive presents. Those sounds of the old World Year is 2019, and someone is getting up to use the bathroom at the stadium. Scuse me. Excuse me. Sorry. Excuse me. Mind if I just squeeze by here? This has been the sounds of the old world brought to you by progressive where drivers can still switch and save like it's 2019..

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"17 victims" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:56 min | 10 months ago

"17 victims" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Else. Listen now and going to a fox news podcasts dot com. Well, President Biden works to undo Trump policies. He's also got his mind on gun control. The president said his White House quote won't wait for the next mass shooting to address gun violence. The declaration coming three years to the day after 14 students and three staff members that Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Were killed by a lone gunman. In his statement, the president paid tribute to the 17 victims and their families who be said turned grief to purpose in quest of change. Biden called on Congress to craft gun reform measures to include background checks on all gun sales, banning multi round magazines and lifting immunity for gun makers that ad toe weapons on the streets. Colonel Scott Fox News. Congress is off for the most part this week, but work will continue on that covered financial relief plan as the number of new coronavirus cases reported in the US yesterday. On 64,000 was the fewest since October. 25th. NASA may still need Russia after all, even with space six now able to launch US astronauts for nearly a decade, NASA paid hefty prices to Russia's roast cosmos for seats for US astronauts to fly up and down to the international space station. Board. So use spacecrafts. It was done to secure American's presence in space following the retirement of the space shuttle fleet and before companies like Space X and Boeing could ramp up their commercial space flights. Space X has been flying in Boeing is ready for its first test flight. But NASA is reportedly looking to Russia to buy seats again, according to space flight. Now mess is trying to ensure space access in the case of any delays on the part of US commercial providers. Evan Brown Fox News. It's President's Day a federal holiday. That'll have the stock market closed. No trading.

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"17 victims" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:25 min | 10 months ago

"17 victims" Discussed on 710 WOR

"People were killed three years later, the pain still felt following the Parkland school shooting. Every day has been very difficult since my beautiful daughter, Gina Rose, Montalto was murdered at her school father, Tony Montalto, honoring his 14 year old daughter at a wreath laying ceremony. She was one of the 17 victims killed when a gunman opened fire it Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Our family is it's not hold on my wife and my son and myself are reminded of that flags were flown at half staff and memorials held across South Florida for the victim's Lionel Boys. ABC News Miami President Biden used the anniversary to pass stricter gun control laws. He wants background checks on all gun sales, also calling for a ban on assault weapons and high capacity magazines. Nothing could stop Prosecutor open to making a deal in order to locate the remains of Jennifer Delos, the chief attorney in Connecticut, Richard Colangelo says he's open minded and is not willing to close the door on anything he spoke to CBS is 48 hours. Which aired an update on the Delos disappearance case. Family members of Michelle Trick onus were on the show. They insist that she was not involved in the disappearance of Jennifer, the former wife of her boyfriend. Photos Delos So that case still remains a mystery. It's now 5 50 10 minutes before six o'clock and once again to check on traffic for you with burning fighter. Bring what you got. Outside the Garden State Parkway south on remains closed except 1. 35. The colonia Rest area. Got a bad accent is an overturned vehicle and a car fire closing down the South Hunger and State Parkway and Clark, you've got at least a 15 minutes. Slow down at this point, and an 80 eastbound in Paterson is a disabled vehicle blocking off the right hand lane by exit 60. Heading in towards exit. 59 is we're going to start to see the slowdowns on 80 eastbound All's well, though at your Hudson River crossings alters had the street parking rules are suspended for President's Day. This report is sponsored by the exit in Temple scanner, Fevers. The leading sign of covert 19 use an accurate thermometer for twice daily checks. Protect your loved ones with the ex agent Semple scanner. It takes inaccurately in seconds and is the only home thermometer recommended by hospitals, physicians and clinics. They save with extra Jim. Our next traffic updates coming up in 15 minutes on 7 10 w o R 5 51 is the time right now nine minutes before six o'clock coming up with six o'clock. It's Len Burman and Michael Riedel in the morning in just a moment to check on our messy weather forecast also coming up. Harry and Megan expecting another child Details Next.

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"17 victims" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:00 min | 10 months ago

"17 victims" Discussed on KTOK

"I'm Mary course. Eddie Fox News President Biden vows action on stopping gun violence as he remembers afford a tragedy three years ago, the president said his White House quote won't wait for the next mass shooting to address gun violence. The declaration coming three years to the day after 14 students and three staff members that Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida were killed by a lone gunman. The president paid tribute to the 17 victims and their families. I've been called on Congress to craft gun reform measures to include background checks on all gun sales, banning multi round magazines and lifting immunity for gun makers that ad toe weapons on the streets. Grenouille Scott Fox News, Biden is spending his first weekend as president at Camp David, the historic retreat for US leaders. It's been used by every president since Franklin Roosevelt first went there in 1943. It's been the site of major diplomatic negotiations and policy discussions throughout history. Meanwhile, U S Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Texas reportedly misunderstood instructions from the Biden administration, and we're about to release three men convicted of sex offenses against Children. Fox's confirms ice officials in Texas nearly released three men convicted of sex offenses against Children their old definitely not released after discussions between ice in state and local officials, But the dangerous situation arose from an apparent miss application of President Biden's January 20th memorandum on immigration, rescinding some of the previous of Ministrations practices on deportations and detainers, which seek to keep convicted migrants in custody after their sentence. Fox's Griff Jenkins says the Department of Homeland Security has issued a memo directing immigration agencies to focus their enforcement efforts on three categories. Threats to national security threats to public safety and immigrants who entered the U. S illegally on or after November. 1st America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts network. Getting schooled with Tammy Horny said. I just think they looked at the list of the companies that were most heavily shorted and decided to go for those. It's so interesting that this all happened because of a Reddit forum. Also, it just shows the power of the Internet. Nowadays, you know, it's interesting to look at both sides of the story to. Obviously the red eaters really benefited off of this, But the hedge funds not so much subscribe and listen now by going to a fox news podcast dot com. From the Fox News Podcasts network is it's the Fox News rundown. Start your day With a contrast of perspectives. You won't hear anywhere else. A daily Morning podcast going far beyond the headlines tapping into the massive reporting resource is of Fox News to provide a full picture of the news of the day. I'm Dana Pary. No, I'm red Bear. I'm Jessica Tarlov. I'm Chris Wallace. And this is the Fox News. Run down, Listen and subscribe now by going the fox news podcasts dot com. 21 year old Brooklyn man has been arrested in.

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"17 victims" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:00 min | 10 months ago

"17 victims" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Gun control. I'm Mary course. Eddie Fox News President Biden vows action on stopping gun violence as he remembers afford a tragedy three years ago, the president said his White House quote won't wait for the next mass shooting to address gun violence. The declaration coming three years to the day after 14 students and three staff members that Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida were killed by a lone gunman. The president paid tribute to the 17 victims and their families. I've been called on Congress to craft gun reform measures to include background checks on all gun sales, banning multi round magazines and lifting immunity for gun makers that ad toe weapons on the streets. Colonel Scott Fox News. Biden is spending his first weekend as president at Camp David, the historic retreat for US leaders. It's been used by every president since Franklin Roosevelt first went there in 1943. It's been the site of major diplomatic negotiations and policy discussions throughout history. Meanwhile, U S Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Texas reportedly misunderstood instructions from the Biden administration, and we're about to release three men convicted of sex offenses against Children. Fox's confirms ice officials in Texas nearly released three men convicted of sex offenses against Children. They were ultimately not released after discussions between ice in state and local officials, But the dangerous situation arose from an apparent miss application of President Biden's January 20th memorandum on immigration, rescinding some of the previous of Ministrations practices on deportations and detainers, which seek to keep convicted migrants in custody after their sentence. Fox's Griff Jenkins says the Department of Homeland Security has issued a memo directing immigration agencies to focus their enforcement efforts on three categories. Threats to national security threats to public safety and immigrants who entered the U. S illegally on or after November. 1st America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts network, getting schooled with Tammy Hornets say. I just think they looked at the list of the companies that were most heavily shorted and decided to go for those. It's so interesting that this all happened because of a Reddit forum. Also, it just shows the power of the Internet nowadays, you know, it's interesting to look at both sides of the story to. Obviously the red eaters really benefited off of this, But the hedge funds not so much subscribed and listen now by going toe fucks news podcast. Don Kam From the Fox News Podcasts Network that the Fox News rundown start your day With a contrast of perspectives. You won't hear anywhere else. A daily Morning podcast going far beyond the headlines tapping into the massive reporting resource is of Fox News to provide a full picture of the news of the day. I'm Dana Pary. No, I'm bred there. I'm Jessica Tarlov. I'm Chris Wallace. And this is the Fox News. Run down, Listen and subscribe now by going the fox News podcasts Don Kam 21 year.

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"17 victims" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:39 min | 10 months ago

"17 victims" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Stronger gun control. I'm Mary course. Eddie Fox News President Biden vows action on stopping gun violence as he remembers afford a tragedy three years ago, the president said his White House quote won't wait for the next mass shooting to address gun violence. The declaration coming three years to the day after 14 students and three staff members that Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida were killed by a lone gunman. The president paid tribute to the 17 victims and their families fighting Called on Congress to craft gun reform measures to include background checks on all gun sales, banning multi round magazines and lifting immunity for gun makers that ad toe weapons on the streets. Colonel Scott Fox News, Biden is spending his first weekend as president at Camp David, the historic retreat for US leaders. It's been used by every president since Franklin Roosevelt first went there in 1943. It's been the site of major diplomatic negotiations and policy discussions throughout history. Meanwhile, U S Immigration and Customs and Horsemen in Texas reportedly misunderstood instructions from the Biden administration, and we're about to release three men convicted of sex offenses against Children. Fox's confirms ice officials in Texas nearly released three men convicted of sex offenses against Children. They were ultimately not released after discussions between ice in state and local officials, But the dangerous situation arose from an apparent miss application of President Biden's January 20th memorandum on immigration, rescinding some of the previous of minute Stations practices on deportations in detainers, which seek to keep convicted migrants in custody after their sentence. Fox's Griff Jenkins says the Department of Homeland Security has issued a memo directing immigration agencies to focus their enforcement efforts on three categories. Threats to national security threats to public safety and immigrants who entered the U. S illegally on or after November. 1st America is listening to Fox News. 99 years serving. DFL is trending now. Now on W B and w b a b dot com I'm Kent Jeffrey from the Rex. L use a W P A. T. 24 7 News Best President Biden is issuing an emergency declaration for Texas amid the storm frees up federal resource is to respond to the situation. Storm being blamed for leaving thousands of Texans in the dark Sunday night Earlier, Governor Abbott issued a disaster declaration for all of Texas is 254 counties, ordering the state's Operation Center to be active 24 hours a day. Through the end of this coming weekend, he's called out National Guard units to assist with stranded motorists. Do you really want to go there? The roads are terrible in North Texas, but that's not all Dallas area. Rapid Transit has suspended all rail operations for the next.

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"17 victims" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:01 min | 10 months ago

"17 victims" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Gun Control. I'm Mary course. Eddie Fox News President Biden vows action on stopping gun violence as he remembers afford a tragedy three years ago, the president said his White House quote won't wait for the Next mass shooting to address gun violence. The declaration coming three years to the day after 14 students and three staff members that Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida were killed by a lone gunman. The president paid tribute to the 17 victims and their families fight and called on Congress to craft gun reform measures to include background checks on all gun sales, banning multi round magazines and lifting immunity for gun makers that ad toe weapons on the streets. Grenouille Scott Fox News, Biden Spending his first weekend as president at Camp David, the historic retreat for US leaders. It's been used by every president since Franklin Roosevelt first went there in 1943. It's been the site of major diplomatic negotiations and policy discussions throughout history. Meanwhile, U S Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Texas reportedly misunderstood instructions from the Biden administration, and we're about to release three men convicted of sex offenses against Children. Fox's confirms ICE officials in Texas nearly released three men convicted of Sex offenses against Children. They're older than Lee not released after discussions between ice in state and local officials, But the dangerous situation arose from an apparent miss application of President Biden's January 20th memorandum on immigration, rescinding some of the previous administrations practices on deportations in detainers, which seek to keep convicted migrants in custody after their sentence boxes. Griff Jenkins says the Department of Homeland Security has issued a memo directing immigration agencies to focus there. Horsemen efforts on three categories threats to national security threats to public safety and immigrants who entered the U. S illegally on or after November. 1st. America is listening to Fox News. From the mosque, Nissan Traffic.

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"17 victims" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:43 min | 10 months ago

"17 victims" Discussed on WJR 760

"Mass shooting to address gun violence. The declaration coming three years to the day after 14 students and three staff members that Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida were killed by a lone gunman. The president paid tribute to the 17 victims and their families. Biden called on Congress to craft gun reform measures to include background checks on all gun sales, banning multi round magazines and lifting immunity for gun makers that add to weapons on the streets. Grenouille Scott Fox News Biden is spending His first weekend as president at Camp David, the historic retreat for US leaders. It's been used by every president since Franklin Roosevelt first went there in 1943. It's been the site of major diplomatic negotiations and policy discussions throughout history. Meanwhile, U S Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Texas reportedly misunderstood instructions from the Biden administration, and we're about to release three men convicted of sex offenses against Children. Fox's confirms ICE officials in Texas nearly released three men convicted of Sex offenses against Children. They're older than Lee not released after discussions between ice in state and local officials, But the dangerous situation arose from an apparent miss application of President Biden's January 20th memorandum on immigration, rescinding some of the previous administrations practices on deportations and detainers, which seek to keep convicted migrants in custody after their sentence. Fox's Griff Jenkins says the Department of Homeland Security has issued a memo directing immigration agencies to focus there. Horsemen efforts on three categories threats to national security threats to public safety and immigrants who entered the U. S illegally on or after November. 1st. America is listening to Fox News..

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"17 victims" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:42 min | 10 months ago

"17 victims" Discussed on KOMO

"Changed apart both directions on Snoqualmie Pass direction tires required. Directions. The white pass in there advised both directions on Stevens passed. Our next report is at 4 34 Button. Smith Come on Traffic. The Kamo forecast from the diversified crawl Space Weather Center. What a wild weekend of weather that snow is gradually coming to an end. We've got that conversion from snow over into right and that's happening gradually from the South up toward the North star friends and walk him Skagit counties hanging out of that snow tonight a little bit longer compared to communities farther south. Now, as we're dealing with the switch over to rain, there are some trouble spots. There could be some sleep out there. Additionally, even some freezing rain. I think this is most likely towards some of the Cascade foothills, especially index in sky comics. With that continuing into tomorrow morning, heavy mountain snow by the way over the passes into tomorrow. Once that rain starts dumping here in the Puget Sound lowlands late tonight and into Monday that could create even more issues, the possibility for some urban flooding, Maybe even some down trees, localize power outages, carports and roofs. Caving in where we have the heavy snow will track it. Meteorologist Abby accounting to come a Weather center. Difficult Valentine's Day for the South Florida community. It was a day of mourning for many A B. C's line on boys reports three years later, the pain still felt following the Parkland school shooting. Every day has been very difficult since my beautiful daughter, Gina Rose, Montalto was murdered at her school father, Tony Montalto, honoring his 14 year old daughter at a wreath laying ceremony. She was one of the 17 victims killed when a gunman opened fire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Our family is it's not hold on my wife and my son and myself are reminded of that flags were.

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"17 victims" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"17 victims" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"More Corona. Virus cases. Crop up in South Florida schools rates 336 and nine are back in glasses. Broward logs, its first confirmed Corona virus case. A first grader on the West campus of Pembroke Pines Charter Elementary School employees at Miramar Eye and one at Park Trails Elementary also tested positive. In Miami Dade 11. Student cases are confirmed in one employee case. Mast Academy in Virginia Key reopened its doors this morning after closing Monday, when two students they're tested positive students admit they're a little nervous coming back. I don't feel too safe, but you know, I'm gonna try my best, you know, stay 6 ft. Apart from everybody. The positive students were reportedly exposed at the same party. Wendi Grossman. NewsRadio 6 10 W I OT all the 17 victims of the Marjorie Stoneman Douglas. Hi Tragedy will be remembered in the new building that will replace the one where the shooting took place. Yes, there is a standard plaque on the wall of the 1500 building with the names of the school board members. But the hallway of the front office also has individual memorials for the 17 students and staff killed on February 14 2018. Superintendent Robert runs, he adds. Once the old building is destroyed, a permanent memorial will be created. This memorial will include all of the thoughts, hopes and aspirations from the parents. Last week, some parents who toward the new building said there was no lasting memorial to the victims. Air caradhras. Guess news Radio six n double The Miami Dade Police investigating after officers and northwest Miami Dade Neighborhood heard shots found a man dead on the sidewalk and saw you haul flee you haul with a bullet hole in the windshield was found in Hialeah. At least one person is being questioned in the case. Covert won't STOP South Floridians from celebrating Art and culture. The 33rd annual Los Olas Art Festival will return to downtown Fort Lauderdale this weekend. Organizer's tell visitors to expect enhanced safety procedures. Mass requirements as well as the new, socially distanced art experience might need fire Rescue celebrating the arrival of a new state of the art air rescue helicopter that will be working to save lives and property throughout the county Mayor Carlos Jimenez says this is the first before the county is receiving. Help Save Lives and properties. Helicopter offers heightened safety and security to our fire rescue workers and the people whose lives they are saving and whose lives there caring for, he says. The A W. 1 39 is top of the line for fire suppression, emergency services in search and rescue operations. He calls it the world's most successful helicopter program for the past 15 years on Wall Street's markets not so successful they are in negative territory. DowJones Industrials down two thirds of 1% 91 points. 6 28,046 NASDAQ is down 15 points the S and P 500 down 25 points on the day 304 back with more news at 3 30 Sean Hannity show coming up next after we check whether I'm all Louis News radio 6 10 w I od Any links, But, um all with 0% interest.

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"17 victims" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"17 victims" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"And so they've got it to the line. If the judge splits the baby on this and says I'm striking down the part about shotguns, I'm leaving the part of al our handguns in place. They might be wise not to fight it anymore up the chain and just let it stand the way the judge rules on it. That's a possibility because this could be a political headache for them down the road when they are up for election. Yeah, and the one argument that the state was making about the fact that 18 to 20 year olds could still get weapons from their parents. You know something along those lines. That doesn't guarantee that every 18 to 20 year olds would be able to do something like that, and would be able to have the protection that I think the Second Amendment. Guarantees them. So this was this was there was a lot in the school safety bill that was passed after Parkland. There were huge cries to go further. Obviously, there was pushed back to some of these measures. And at the time this was the one part that I just said to myself like I get it. I understand the thinking behind it, but I don't see how that's constitutional. And I see this one as one that Honore could could very likely win in court. It's pretty simple to me. Of an 18 year olds can go over to Iraq and Afghanistan, handle a firearm and protect this country. Why can't they do the same here on American soil when it comes to themselves and their family, and that argument gets very limited when you're in a courtroom setting because his team Argument at maturity. He was brought up when they did all the juvenile re sentencing laws and redid the death penalty to make and no longer applied to people under the age of 18. So the maturity studies air out there about the formation of the juvenile brain, all that sort of stuff, but Well, when you're talking about forming the intent to commit a serious crime or a murder versus the thought process to go purchase a firearm, that's apples and oranges, and so the same rationale. May work for the death penalty, but it probably will not work for this limited argument about judgment in buying a firearm. Could someone in immature 18 year old purchase of firearm and then go out and kill someone? Of course. But the scientific evidence is way different when you're talking about intent to been a crime versus simply purchasing a firearm. As a regular citizen. And and also the point that I would make it. I'm sure the NRA is probably going to make this point. The two most Notorious, infamous mass shootings here in the state of Florida in recent history in Orlando, the pulse nightclub shooting and the Parkland shooting. This wouldn't have prevented either of those Same thing. You see, I think that's Yeah, I think that's a big part of it. And that's the argument I always make. When we talk about gun control laws is because when I was doing murder cases, the majority of the cases I have they're involved Shootings. Either the person had the firearm. But you know is that they legally owned it or they just bought it off the street. So all you're alive. These restrictions don't apply it to the everyday crimes that occur in his burrow county in the state or across the country. Now tell me about the situation involving compensation and the families of the victims of the Parkland shooting because this was a Florida Supreme Court ruling that just came down right, So what thief or the Supreme Court said is in the big lawsuit filed by the 17 families. Of the victims that were killed in Park went along with the ones that were also injured. But for that, in terms of the ones that were actually shot and killed the way that the liability rules are written in Florida, and which is what the court is imposing on them is that for the suit against the school district itself in Broward County, so not the sheriff's office. That's still a different issue in terms of their liability with Scott, Israel, Scott Peterson, the deputies that were involved in the response versus the school board. Liability in this particular case. So, the judge said, because that's what the mass shooting was. One incident that you can consider it 17 different incidents and then expand that pool of money to be $300,000 for each victim's family. So Inter what he's ruling now is saying that the school board's liability alone Is capped at the $300,000 limit. Therefore, the families would only be entitled to about $17,000 apiece split the 17 ways. So it's interesting because He made that decision because a lot of times when these cases go to a jury trial, the jury will decide the amount of liability assign it to the different parties involved in the keys. So they could say that the school board was only 10% liable for the shooting, and he blamed 90% of it on Nichols Cruise and also on the Broward County Sheriff's Office Response. Yeah, I was going to say, what are they, alleging that the school board is responsible for What ball there. It's a basic negligence claim, saying that they did not have enough safety procedures in place and turn it. It's basically when you file these lawsuits involving a school, a school shooting a mass shooting of this type. You filed the case against every possible responsible party because we're going to have you want the one that's gonna have the deepest pockets, which could be the school board. It could be the sheriff's office because They have, you know, multi million dollar budgets on each respect. This came down to the fact that even though they're 17 victims, they're considering it one right incident. So in terms of the response for The sheriff's office and what they're responsible for. I think there's a better argument say they failed to protect each individual child's life, and therefore it would open it up. But again, this is usually a jury question. But the judges cited You understate law that he was going to cap it, and then they're going to take the chances with getting a verdict against the sheriff's office coming up. In a moment, we have a quick update on Florida's justice system. It's preparing to begin reopening. We're going to tell you about that next here on PM Tampa Bay in these chaotic times, you want to make sure when it comes to your retirement, your wealth that you are well taken care of, and people all across the Tampa Bay area. 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"17 victims" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"17 victims" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"While working protests. The constitution does not provide the right to riot. To rob to loot to set fires to physically harm anyone. The proposed legislation would make it so that anyone who causes an injury during a protest will face a felony. Anyone striking an officer during a riot would face a mandatory sentence of six months in jail and anyone pointing lasers that police would also face a felony. White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany says President Trump will accept the results of a free and fair election. Your question is more fitting to be asked of Democrats who have already been on the records. Saying they won't accept the results of an election. President. Trump refused this week to commit to a peaceful transfer of power. If he loses reelection, McEnaney again condemning mess male and voting and raised more questions about the potential for fraud. The president and first lady Melania Trump visited the Supreme Court to pay their respects to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. As the trumps visited Ginsberg lying in repose this morning, people in the street could be heard chanting, Vote him out! Against her, died almost a week ago. The owner of the New England Patriots is now cleared of prostitution charges. Prosecutors have dropped the case after a judge ruled video of Robert Kraft, allegedly paying for sex in a Florida spot can not be used at the court found police violated the rights of clients by secretly recording inside massage rooms. Big defeat for families of the 2018 Florida school shooting in Parkland. State Supreme courts ruled it as one single event instead of counting each of the 17 victims as a separate incident, and this limits the amount of money survivors and their families can receive from the school board to $300,000. And the future looks dim for the oil industry. According to survey results from the Dallas Federal Reserve Board. Two thirds of oil businesses under the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas's jurisdiction think oil demand his peaked with some blaming President Donald Trump and other suggesting things will only get worse under a potential Joe Budden presidency. Survey respondents said the economic paralysis brought about by the spread of Cove in 19 was a major factor with uncertainty over who will win this year's presidential election, further discouraging investment..

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"17 victims" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"17 victims" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Wlw News, Traffic and Weather News Radio 700 W ell delegate Cincinnati Very violent night in Cincinnati. This is the 11 30 report. Hi. Sandy Collins breaking out started around midnight. Four people shot and killed, 18 in all were shot in four separate incidents in just over an hour. The worst shooting 10 people shot on Nick, Nick and Lang Street. About one o'clock this morning. Two people there died and the others taken to the hospital. Around the same time. Four people shot In Avondale on the shelf Auntie Avenue. One person was killed there. The first shooting that got things underway was in Walnut Hills about an hour before on Lincoln and Gilbert Avenues. Three people were shot at that location. Here's assistant chief Paul Negate what we have is one extremely violent night in the city of Cincinnati. Looking at possibly 17 victims up to four that could be fatal at this time. And, uh, why That's gonna be the question way. Just don't know again. That number updated to 18 since he he spoke. No arrests have been made and No suspects has been named traffic and weather together across the tri state looking at great driving conditions. There are no accidents reported and it looks like everybody is cooperating today. No unusual delays. Now ladies forecast from a train heating and cooling Weather Center on news Radio 700 WLW for tracking the passage of a cold front today, and it means we'll see a few scattered showers and storms this afternoon. Nice today will be in the low eighties with partly cloudy skies and tonight will cool off in the low sixties s skies clear tomorrow Be picture perfect, mostly sunny skies and highs around 80 degrees. From severe weather station I'm nine first warning meteorologist Austin Winfield News Radio 700 WLW. It's nice, 75 degrees in Cincinnati right now and arrest by Middletown Police of the man they say killed Jamaica Calhoun. He's 41 year old Anson Pride. Ah, he is in custody. The woman's five year old Daughter was in the home at the time that her mother was killed. He said the woman appeared to have fought her attacker. How she was killed, has not been released Students to go back to classrooms this fall here in Ohio.

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