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CIA's Pompeo on North Korea talks: "This administration has its eyes wide open"
"Starts now the four o'clock i'm jennifer gray pests live in the wsb 24hour news center with wsb's top story this hour the trump administration has its eyes wide open ahead of planned talks with north korea that were from cia director mike pompeo talking to face the nation on cbs today pompeo said there is no plan to ease pressure on the regime the previous administration was negotiating from a position of weakness this administration will be negotiating from a particular position of enormous strike with sanctions that air unrivaled against the north korean regime meantime former president jimmy carter said today that while i don't agree with everything that president trump has done i think it's good that he's decided to go meet with north korean leader kim jong il own right now fifty four degrees in atlanta showers likely tonight lewis 43 mostly to partly cloudy with a thirty percent chance of showers tomorrow high fifty two atlanta's most accurate and.
63-year-old critically injured after fight over handicap parking spot
"To pick a jury or a high profile fulton county murder trial the stumbling block for many potential text mcivor jurors is the word accidental as it pertains to the nse these shooting of diane mcivor probably thirty nine gerns call by accident the number of those who already have an opinion made judge robert mcburney wonder whether or not they can find a jury here and fulton county the still more than thirty have been okay to return for the second round of jury questioning at the fulton county courthouse for aunica waters wsb breaking news first hurst this is wsb 24hour continuing news favor lawmakers are working to come up with a plan to protect georgia students from a mass shooting like the one in parkland florida both the house and senate want to form steady committees to look at school safety during the off session senator john albers is sponsoring the measure in the senate will be looking at what other states are doing what other countries are doing what the best practices are and that's her physical personnel the committee will meet with students perrine school officials and experts he says the recommendations will be put into a bill and introduced ring next year session sandra parrish wsb barrel county deputies investigating a fight over a handicap sprays that leaves a man with a traumatic brain injury sixty three year old david pain and his wife parked outside fact cafe unwind her but the man our next to them thought their car was too close to his sheriff judge smith says pains wife and the man exchange words before pain stepped in this guy came towards hailed we're still trying to determine if it was opponents a a show of and mr playing falls back in his his head pains daughter tells channel 2 action news it's hard to be here being an altercation no charges have been filed pain is critical at an athens hospital authorities nabbed two major drug dealers pushing pain pills.
"24hour" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Come on low we talk about i'm talking about my best born cardiovascular what are you talking about i fantastic stamina i can go all night uh authority and rayfield who covers boxing for us basketball you never play 24hour basketball before dan refugees governors boxing for us to pro had this to say about or fight being potentially in jeopardy guys it quicker in jeopardy only from the standpoint that the nevada state athletic commission as they should have to go ahead and intruder investigation through their due diligence but as a medical expert you decided that it's within our efforts can vny pay with contaminated meat which is common problem in mexico my suspicion and my experience of covering these things will say that they'll go and they'll do there uh investigation cabello be subjected to additional more rigorous testing many already subjected to and that at the end of the day the fight will have okay so looks like the fight may still have all think guy so yeah decline as they tested in the west you before he's really tissue months out yards out the test unita diesel rogers occurred boersen utter gorges hit me on the on the hip and said he knows because he's probably tightening when he will clan with greater dwayne brown in the nfl won an appeal for eating contaminated meat in mexico he says combinator nfl cases as well yeah who don't look at me you played in the nfl don't you into mexico if i was at leader if i also any day in the league i would obviously i'll westwood high why we're not suggesting reorder owner hit at me but often arts forty weeks therefore euro of barcelona's you toby breyer you talked about i was years late.
"24hour" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"And vibration so khurana type is is just that that that's just your essentially it's the is defined as the behavioral manifestation of circadian rhythms on a myriad of different physical processes so it would be you know what time you feel like falling asleep door at any particular time during a 24hour period right well how much evening nece you have versus how much morning nece you have and how you're what what they call clock genes actually work your body has clock genes your brain has clock jeans and these regulate your hormone levels in your metabolic function in your body temperature in your cognition and your sleep habits and they're influenced by what are called sight geiberger's i loved use that word when i want to sound like a smart german zeitgeist zeitgeist it'll be like light light feeding in feeding times a social behavior and when you're engaging in social behavior and sex work schedules school schedules movement all of these feed into your your krahn a type in your krahn on biological regulation did i was gonna say your your biological regulation but i threw chronic biological regulation in there so i sound him and delamarter made it even fancier yeah in humans are controlled by by their biological clocks were were diurnal creatures that means were active at daytime and we are we are pre significally controlled by these clocks so we are wrong anyway yeah and and so there's different ways to determine what your particular crono type is you know when you're going to release more melatonin what kind of genetic variance you have though cause you to be a morning verses an evening.
"24hour" Discussed on This Week In Google
"That would submit no matter what face which does is dumb mid him at the internet fit with facebook does his diminish compared to what 24hour news channels have done and i would also argue that if you eliminated those things not that that's going to happen you would also create a better environment for significant for local news this thing no surreal moves for your newspaper la or it could be delivered via the internet i don't care the be market for news go to you want news gutted yeah we have of really good system for delivering news call the internet tv is not a good system for delivering news it never ever has been does the internet a good in such a lowering no yes it's a great system is a good system as long as you are able to critically reapings and understand where they came back up to you you have to yes but origin and not that people yeah right fell auto owners there is an entire class of people who are not educated in this because they've never had to be educated in this and because of our schools having trained people it's more than that and i actually this i'm doing this from michael scott in far and fury people don't care about politics at all this isn't just politics this is understand and things like vaccines are good that scene i mean that's politics but so all by oh yeah you're right is more the part but that seat that's not include that in the umbrella people on care about the way the issues of the day they care about what am i gonna for dinner how am i going to be able to ask is might kill k gary thicke they care about that addis that's fine and that's lovely bite you still.
"24hour" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl
"The i you know i'm not gonna let people's imaginations run wild here what will know because i'm curious because you know but you know i live in a gain neighborhood you know it's the real deal on larabee and so it every business around is pretty much you know uh lee seventy percent gay which is fine but the gems i go to her probably 80 percent gay if not higher so like the steam room shenanigans are just like so aggressive thing like handys oh my god i've seen uh you know a 24hour fitness which is right down the road i saw guy again in his ass eden no oh my god it was like uh why i never get my athuenis team ran uh uh while you're not going to get that happened in it's not hanthropy lena whether one now i don't know i'm giving 24 hour fitness of free publicity but the one on uh sapov inventor a their seamus coed as a month dangerous where's the weird thing like i saw you know the guy again his buddy i seen full on sacks uh unassuming unprotected fats highly and i didn't who alan esteem room well uh you know with the but eating tang i was there for like 10 minutes east asian on well that's the number one question i get and i'm not doing debts but like every was a bull what inch leave i was your first for those guys well they're fracking tenor so who of so nasty amid so rose by abbott you gotta do j like you know you're time kind sheen on a ton come back i while i do a girl out of time in the daytime nine to take back when it but the point is like i stay for that but when i was at the 24 for instance appalled with a a hot girl in a bikini went in there is just kind of vitamin e up and i felt more comfortable talking to her in a bikini as i had to late like i literally aerial dangerous territory i wanna wrapped things out that we didn't finish a place at john realizing that so no no general no dire thighs one whereas the name of the show.
"24hour" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"Whatever back twenty two thousand jim jackson and they'll god labour all back let's move to oakland where kevin durant and the warriors held on to win their annual christmas day showdown against the cavs but not without some complaining from the braun who wasn't happy with how the rand defeated him down the stretch a lawsuit a loss of them left wing got me a little bit but i lost them with the one right obviously to overturn from twice crown what would on renewable vicky defensive play you made on the brown without a balanced to the warriors late in the game there was a lot of debate on twitter about whether that was a foul when on twitter yeah yay have you heard of it but did it feel cleaned did you get a replay of it like in your ave cliff foreclose prior to say play a bunch of those dues on twitter priorities about 24 our fitness that that wasn't a foul so they've been in that position before but just not on christmas at the or cool raina so they know they know if they call it is not a foul but i'm sure if data if if they get their called next weekend 24hour fitness they gonna be pissed that it was off that the they call it a foul so keep that twitter actually love katies aspires i thought it was a great nocall and i'm i'm halfway embarrassed little lebron's out here wining and everybody's wine about you know him getting touched as he drove through the lane look they shot thirty one percent from the field steph curry didn't even play and you got beat on christmas day what are you want you gotta be by five what are you want in about are you gotta be by seventy nine ninety two what are you wining about if you leblond james i'm telling you they've slowed it all down a replay it was all my god looking at touched here but when you're watching this lab i thought it was a great defensive play and it's beneath lebron james the king to be wine and like this on christmas i didn't think he was really complaining i thought he was given his honest perspective i think there's a difference between the two and i do wish you were said i got me this time next time i'll get him like to to me i love the fact that.
"24hour" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
"Set their circadian rhythm the circadian rhythm is the 24hour biological rhythm that organisms have and it turns out that that that biological clock that circadian rhythm is it is actually encoded in every cell did you know that while that's an f three days single multi cellular organism hasn't so this is something that has been highly conserved evolutionary and arose very early on in multi cellular evolution what this does but the hold 24 hour day specifically yup i'd love this good old reductionist heintz where they find out the precise mechanisms of things so we've actually known for a couple hundred years that the circadian rhythm is not just responding to light levels there was researcher research done in the eighteen th century by astronomers jacques door to date merrin i probably butcher that name he studied mimosa plants because we're most plants opened during the day and close at night and he put them in a dark room and they still open during the day enclosed at night so there was an internal rhythm it wasn't just responding to light good then it took a couple of hundred years to figure out what that it what is driving that internal rhythm in the 1970s seymour benzir and ronald koeman upcher identified the gene in fruit flies if you deactivated that gene it would disrupt the circadian rhythm of the fruit flies would seem that okay that gene seems to be critical but now we get to the nobel winners so the all three of them were involved in characterising the the period gene which is a did gene that regulates circadian rhythm and they identified and characterized the protein the p e r protein that is produced by that ching further they found that the pr protein increases while were sleeping and then decreases while were awake during the day over a 24hour cycle so clearly the rising and falling levels of this protein are somehow involved.
"24hour" Discussed on The Science Show
"I immediately think of ways in which light effect chu and drugs you know melatonin things like that which will come to later but in this case it's the jeans what's the story that's right so the clock inside every single one of our cells is wants been awarded the physiology inaugural price this year and these are three american scientists jeffrey whole michael ross bash and michael young and may do this working fruit flies so this is fundamental genetics and it's as you say it's a dream that it's doing the work obviously the clock in our bodies kept on track by the light around us and i think you're going to hear more about that from a team in oxford in you'll next item and that's immensely important work because the rhythm inside each vessels wooden exactly settlement 24hour period without the help boss lift to their and devices our bodies to settle into a roundabout a twenty four hour the minute turns out these three scientists discovered that is down to pretty much a single dream and then colbert period and it's a remarkable thing because it comes on each day and then one of the things of does obviously produces a protein and that protein sets in motion a process which turns regime back off again and that rhythm ultimately settles into a roundabout a 24hour period during rich all sorts of things happen is obviously lots of other processes that are kicked off by that protein wanted to building up in the cell one that affects how metabolism it affects our mental state the distribution of hormones omatsola stuff within the body driven by a very simple up and down mechanism in the genes of every single one of our cells.
"24hour" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Which i don't i can't think of any other mammals of top of my head that don't protect their turf via so apparently wgr giraffes do um fight mail address to fight it strictly over uh re access to the um the ladies oh well but that's it it's not like hey get out of here this is my acacia tree bright in ah true as the goods need there's no territories is like go wherever you are man yeah virtual uh this is one of the other big facts of the show for me so drafts one of their evolutionary adaptations is because they are so vulnerable to attack because they eat like what sixteen to twenty hours a day yes and they're just hanging out eaten trying to all get along lines are nearby so they they don't sleep for hours at a time because there so uh boehner bowl to attack so they sleep the only sleep about five to thirty minutes a day yep and a 24hour period and sometimes those are like all right i'm gonna stand here in i'm going to take a one minute nap a standing up or maybe boy i'm super tired and he laid down for six minutes and so just google the picture draft the sleeping on the ground and you will see a draft curled up with its long neck kinda craning back towards this rump with as little head on its but like a swan yeah it's just adorable yep a momoh my dog she take snaps like a giraffe with their head up or like it like a really old person uh or sit like certainly not often like like their head up the early it's kicked assi yes oh you know a draft basically has to stay awake to keep an eye out for predators um and they don't have a voice either there one of the quietest mammals in nature.
"24hour" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"Yes interesting that that was a pause autumn as part of your business do you make things i do and i i imagine people are buying these things yes okay just to be clear because you know the people are alive yes okay good as a weird question well now not based on our past experience you never know are the things you make are they food related yes are they baked goods yes are you selling these added a store front like location yes i have to say that uh one of the things that makes autumn's business unique is not the store fund aspect of it it's a storefront plus something else so okay so with some sort of desertlike thing but the way i'm getting it you're saying is is a little bit more interesting than just going to a store like it's coming via a bird or something like that cakes delivered by burden which of those things is that your business cakes delivered by birds now because i'm investing suffering in addition to the storefront that's interesting okay do you have a autom do have a sex dungeon in your door down worth a shot is there delivery involved gas there is delivery and volcanic this is a high speed kick delivery service now now okay does the cake come way later than you were hoping delivery service lowest it comes late waste a year it comes eight is it 24hour kick delivery close we think she'd 23 our cakes and she says it comes late it comes late their big goods that are usually paired with a particular drink okay so it's like a coffee in a donut kind of thing is that a doughnut now all right is it a cookie yes cooking gets lille night in milk john it you got it cookies in that's right autumn is the owner of brooklyn colotti a bakery she just started bake sale a late night service delivering freshly baked cookies and milk she wanted to do something for the community so a percentage of her profits go to the bed style campaign against hunger.
"24hour" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Now all t h k hong kong's public broadcaster has dropped to twenty four hour bbc world service tunnel from its airwaves and is replacing it with state radio from mainland china instead or bureau chief in hong kong james chambers has the latest rthk which is against the the government radio station he has issued since independence but at the bbc but it's it's directly owned by the the state but it did acts independent they be broadcasting the bbc world service since about 1978 i think but on monday this week the the 24hour around the clock bbc world service was pulled off the air and it's being replaced by a mainland chinese state broadcaster now as you can imagine 0 for anybody who follows a hong kong use of it closely this is caused a lot of angst in hong kong people a crime filed and seeing it as just another example of the chinese mainland encroaching on on press freedom and freedom of expression all that kind of stuff in hong kong but from the point of view of people here this is a brewery a a bit more to it is is a bit more nuanced than than that the biggest story i guess is the the failure of digital radio to take off in these parts this is something that the government launched by about six years ago as trying push push radio towards digital and for the trends around the world but really hasn't taken off and so the official line from rthk is the reason why they're taking that getting rid of their twenty four hour because he will services because they had a shift everything back to their fm channels and this may not enough room to give the bbc 24hour coverage.
"24hour" Discussed on Here & Now
"And then through much of the eastern part of india flooding sort of fast acres of farmland you know just send wolf's sending many villages uh sort of in its wake and then and then going down south into bangladesh in its northern part of that country which is particularly badly affected and what about a place like mumbai which is of course no stranger to monsoons and to heavy rain is it worse than usual there what what happened in mumbai this week was that over a 24hour period day they got very very heavy rain something like thirty three centimetres in a very short span of time no mamba of course is used to monsoons every year but it's also a city which is which is you know built bill top quite a bit it's a city of more than twenty million people it's got very tall buildings in what's happened over time is because of all the construction and as the city's expanded it's really made it very difficult than for peep for the water to actually flow out into the sea when it rains heavily and that's why many of the roads get flooded in some areas the flooding was really severe uh you know yet caused floating in the water bit like the image as we've seen of houston over the past few days or so um but it but it only happened for a 24hour period and then it slowly sort of came back to normal but a lot of people who are very badly affected are their systems in place to help stop the flooding a respond when it happens in these areas was the biggest criticism that environmentalists have made is dive cities like mumbai and even other parts south asia's simply haven't learned their lessons um.
"24hour" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"They're bringing that price way down and and scott i guess the the objection from amc is that we are losing money directly on this because movie pass has to pay the full price of every ticket that you buy that you get through them but amc is worried about price deflation they're saying if if suddenly everybody can get an unlimited number of tickets per month for ten dollars that's gonna drive down prices world of accra theaterwide industrywide and we're not going to be able to make money if that's the case i think they're worried about the perception and precedents that something like a ten dollar a month subscription sets i think they're scared of that because that sounds crazy cheap i know that if you said to me my local theatres values here role getting on this program i would in less than a heartbeat sign up for this thing and do it and i will if they do if this they know as a working out neither of which ramsey theater so i'd be okay if they if they boycott this thing i guess but that's ridiculously cheat from a uh a consumer standpoint even if i really don't go that often i may go twice a month if i'm lucky given my my schedule that's still going to be worth it to me so i have to see i have two weird concerns air one is i can't believe they can go as low as ten that's a seemed insane to me and say hey go to any of them you want the restrictions like you mentioned before no trudy movies you can't see the same dourthe heidi movies its duty brienza that's what i met duty movies only know 3d movies no i mac special screenings those kind of things and out of the door but there's no 24hour restriction anymore sleep they used to have that they got rid of right you could go three new releases that we weekend go on a saturday morning adult leave told out traditions went saw three movies so that that is very palatable from a consumer standpoint but on there and they're probably seeing that as well this really cheap it's the movie doing experience suddenly instead of that or higher being a single ticket price for a twoday digital film.
"24hour" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Landzo balza bustle friday night come saturday night here's the next best thing since magic johnson let's talk about the 24hour cycle there would happen in game one against the clippers on friday i love it at a quantity of that quite the world was going to end after friday in and after saturday like what what kind of where we're gonna put it that you are touted staples center right i would say to the bottom the one thing that not working for him so far it his jump shot so um specifically you know just kinda watching him over the first two games hopefully he tries to not rely so much on the 3point shot i think he's to with sixteen now over the first two games i'm in office he's not going tonight uh uh douse the one thing that i just saw as like a lot of these guys who um and this is just gonna come with experience and it's going to come with him getting more comfortable getting his legs under him uh when you're jump shots not dolan trying to get to the basket but uh saturday i n even even on friday friday i thought i thought he passed the ball extremely well there's some shots of some of our you know his teammates than it had only had five assists in that game but eleven assists on uh on saturday they're chris passes i mean the guy that's his natural tendency he wants to get others involved in i know that's pretty much the exact reason why the lakers front office decided let's go longo ball over all these talented players that were there in the first round in in the past draft i think that is a perfect perfect game for a player like him he might not give you thirty points but he's gonna get all these other guys involved and you know obviously eleven rebounds just pick to now sees game agassi like you said jump shots is you were today goals misamis too early to panic but this was the one worked in his game coming from college to the proposals how it looked and not the efficiency but really decals medics do you think you start to address that right now.
"24hour" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"I get all you want to get that you wanted to be there i guess my question is how hard was it to persuade the people who you who are who you were there to represent that you were a of them in that you weren't just using them to advance your own your own career well look you and i both know this this same who you are speak so loudly i can't hear what you say and on you know one of the things newark it'd from usid humbled me more than i thought it broke me in ways brought my heart i always 50 if your heart and ever been broken by this country don't love her enough and and in newark as shattered me and many many pieces and a lot of folks in that community rebuilt me in so what i why moved into newark and and as i said i didn't before ii move into a section of the city that i was shaken by in my first days i mean literally moving my stuff in um to the neighbor i still live in this neighborhood in my stuff the stolen on him ikarzai's moving back and forth into this oneroom boarding boardinghouse next door crack house across the street from the projects and you're right away the transition especially in this neighborhood was a little jarring in the sense of okay my my my college life is over her i'm now an adult and i'm now starting a career as a young attorney and there are at i'm living in the neighborhood like now this is the first time a life i wasn't going back to a dorm but i was living at night listening to gunshots looking outside the bathroom window watching a 24hour drug trade and there's something i found in my life and everything i've done is that when you get to the end of everything that's familiar and you jump into the darkness that uhgod or the universe since you people that will guide you and that's what happened to me in your.
"24hour" Discussed on Addicted2Success
"No amendment author thanks for sharing that that's a really powerful story i yeah he walks in incredible ways aim he does he really is like okay you want this this does the sacrifice that's in will likely designers like it's the identity that we built around this whole thing and then it's like leading a goal is as i kinda that morning tour but it's like trusting and believing it does many belli actually put up a koryo the day that are made in it like people going crazy ensuring everywhere sometimes it feels like lifeform give you what you want that's because gordon was what you need and he's waiting on you to be ready to receive that's right feel like that's that's where you were at and it's crazy went viral lofted those videos and eating is just the ad this may likes i'lli'll really will keep other issue this because some people think since and with borrow malalai change asked'supersacrificestomakei mean i had to start training people to make ends meet i made a big in other low people just jump up the bridge equip their job icee under their before your job all bridge as make sacrifices a really almost embarrassed massive i was working at 24hour fitness in no for me that was kinda like an article i was above that but a nfldr naturally properties passing this would i have to do in those sacrifices helped me gomaclapper mosaic what's the tray people they would've give reacts to them given them shirts in so this staying that people see now d happen overnight of course but a lot of people didn't say you know what ii wanna do that because is successful torturing are successful cajole so they try them as it happen overnight whatever may be it's a lotta sleepless nights a lotta nights in order for this to happen and always sell people don't you keep grundy keep your fate overnight everything can change in in that process may be about three or four years ago he actually became light kunaraclegwell of everything else because the may was to offer speaking at the folks i was focused on in got allowed this to be my life muscle must source of live in soldiers understands a lotta sacrifices that you have to make in order to know really move towards the place the dog which would be especially comes in this field for sure.
"24hour" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast
"Yeah blake first of all i just want to say that you know i i did i had a talk with what boom and what boom told me a story about you eating a banana and you know like having a crush on him and inning banana and still watching him sleep she'd never go that for chicago's he sits you stood over his birds sleeping eating appeal banana affleck bout support your offended about yeah yeah yeah and this is the worst this is maybe a lowpoint in bachelor history to me blake flake yeah those two things one of the true because eating a banana i'm sorry i don't eat carbs amman akito diet i was like somebody please run him over with their car right now some my needed over driver to come out of nowhere squash him look i don't eat carbs moves also with ten guys at a time i just wanted to time and i don't sleep with him is just one of the 24hour fitness room so that's a lie to have been he tells us i know who while boom means a nobody else does and i've told rachel but nobody else understands who we really is the the avenue his name is while boom okay the now you smell please yet come your hair less this guy all it reminds me of my me ma when she would like wet a com with water and income are here that's what his hair looks like at it makes me man yeah stop it ma'am yes.
"24hour" Discussed on Unfilter
"Nixon and watergate and so all of it is it's all fascinating talk about in our only intention here is to have a discussion but you're right we do seem to be getting a fair amount of pushback from would've has he has to be people are extremely motivated to try to change the discussion or or or to change what they feel is or perceived minds about a subject to uh you know they think oh you just hey trump you're just piling on or you know or you you have a negative tone or negative bias or whatever and because unfortunately or fortunately however you want to put a lot of their the main outlets abc nbc cbs fox the majority of them and even print media yeah there is negative stories about trump out there right now it's not that it's intentionally biased it sometimes they're just reporting it it's negative stuff yet you know you know so i i founded this is on may twelve a media research center did us did a 24hour analysis of cnn and it's kind of interesting what they got so essentially cnn in a 24hour period actually has about thirteen hours and change of actual news coverage the rest is all like preprogramme stuff and paid for advertising now here's what's crazy in a thirteen our news day for cnn they dedicated twelve hours and nineteen minutes to trump only one hour and eight minutes was dedicated any other topic all other news fit within one hour for cnn doing this like they took their formula with the the lost airplanes.