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Germany Arrests 25 People Suspected of Plotting to Overthrow Government

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Germany Arrests 25 People Suspected of Plotting to Overthrow Government

"German officials have said they expect more people to be detained in connection with the plan to overthrow the government. Police searched the house of a Berlin judge, who was one of dozens of people rounded up after a plot by the so called Reich citizens movement was uncovered. The movement rejects Germany's post war constitution and the legitimacy of the government, authorities expect a second wave of people being detained as they review evidence, Germany's interior minister Nancy Fraser said in a briefing, the plot is just the tip of the iceberg. The

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 Germany: 25 arrested on suspicion of planning armed coup

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Germany: 25 arrested on suspicion of planning armed coup

"At least 25 people have been arrested in Germany on suspicion of planning an armed coup. Thousands of police have carried out a series of raids across much of the country against suspected far right extremists, justice minister Marco bushman says the rate were an anti terrorism operation, adding the suspects may have been planning an armed attack on institutions of the state among those arrested is a Russian citizen along with the others suspected of supporting the organization the Reich citizens movement, at least some of those detained, rejected Germany's post war constitution and

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"25 people" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:35 min | 4 months ago

"25 people" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Florida is not yet known, but some cities on the state's southwest coast suffered exceptional destruction. James burdett of north Fort Myers lost his house and belongings. You've watched things starting to fly. Luna and I went off part of the roof and off the rest of the roof went off the walls caved in and got in the picture what I had left. The storm has wrecked vital buildings north of Fort Myers, a hospital in Port Charlotte, north of the city is suspending services for member station W USF, Stephanie colombini reports its transferring about 160 patients to other facilities. Officials with HCA Florida fawcett hospitals say they tried to contact patients family members before transferring them. They say they had already transferred the hospital's sickest patients before Ian made landfall in the area Wednesday as a category four hurricane. Operations are suspended until further notice. As a storm made its way to Florida state health officials said about 350 hospital patients and more than 6500 residents at long-term care facilities had been evacuated. Many health centers halted elective surgeries and outpatient visits during the storm, but those are starting to resume. For NPR news, I'm Stephanie colombini in Tampa. Russian president Vladimir Putin is preparing to announce the annexation of four regions of Ukraine that have been partially conquered by his army. The BBC's Hugo bache reports, Ukraine says that it will continue to fight for their liberation. The Ukraine is a saying that nothing really changes because this is a process with no legitimacy and they said that the so called referendums were going to be used by the Kremlin as an excuse for a land grab and this is exactly what is about to happen This week I interviewed one of presidents at top advisers and he told me, look, the Russians are there. They've invaded those regions. They've destroyed dozens of cities, killed thousands of people. So what else can happen? So obviously I think there is the fear that the Russians may say that any attack on those regions will be seen as an attack on Russia itself. We've heard threats from Russia about the possibility of nuclear weapons being used. The BBC's Hugo beach reporting. Ukrainian officials say Russian missiles hit a civilian convoy near the southern city of Zappa region today, at least 25 people have been killed. It's one of the four regions Russia intends to annex officials say the convoy had humanitarian aid to distribute to civilians. This is NPR. On WNYC at 7 O four, good morning on Michael hill mid 50s with some clouds mostly clouding 67 for a high today, no N and W service from queensboro Plaza to 57 straight this morning and delays on southbound F and Q trains in northbound 5 trains. And unprovoked attack killed a city EMT worker yesterday in Astoria queens. Police say the attack established lieutenant Allison Russo elling multiple times around two 15, NYPD commissioner keyshawn soul spoke about the audacious nature of the stabbing. This deadly, senseless, broad daylight attack on a uniformed EMT member is a direct assault on our society. It is the latest consequence of the violence that we relentlessly fight in our city. A man initially ran from the scene police say him barricaded himself inside his home nearby, officers later arrested him. Mayor Adams's decision to house recent migrants intense is raising questions about whether the practice violates the city's legal obligations to provide shelter to anyone who seeks it. Josh gold fine is a staff attorney for the league late society. He says the tents might provide a service for people want to avoid going to homeless shelters, but it potentially raises some red flags. If the goal is to create an obstacle to people to getting to services that they need, then it's going to raise pretty serious concerns. The mayor says the city's shelter system is under strain more than half of the nearly 15,000 asylum seekers who have arrived in New York since the spring are staying in homeless shelters. New York City's overhauling its controversial high school and middle school admissions processes, new guidelines give high performing students a better shot at their first choice high school, and they allow middle schools to restore great requirements and other criteria for admission. Schools Chancellor David banks says the changes aim to make admissions more transparent and fair, Michael elson Rooney covers education for chalkbeat, New York, he says the return of the screens has advocates concerned about efforts to integrate city schools. Some of the rolling back of the admissions screens did increase the share of low income students of black and Latino students at traditionally sought after and selective schools that have been disproportionately white Asian and higher income students. Mayor de Blasio eliminated the other admissions processes in 20 20. Aaron judge will get a chance to break the American League home run record beginning tonight when The Bronx bombers begin a 7 game home stand to finish the season, they'll start with the Baltimore Orioles and it seems the weather may be conducive to that. 55 with some clouds now, most of the cloudy in 67 for a heide. It's 7 O 7. Support for NPR comes from Procter & Gamble, maker of Nirvana nerve relief, nirvana's designed to reduce occasional nerve aches, weakness, and discomfort in hands or feet. Learn more at near vive health dot com. On the next train there show our midterm election

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Russian strike kills 25 as Kremlin to annex Ukraine regions

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

Russian strike kills 25 as Kremlin to annex Ukraine regions

"A Russian strike in Ukraine has killed at least 25 people as the Kremlin is about to annex Ukraine regions In the city of zaporizhia anti aircraft missiles the Russia repurposed as ground attack weapons rained down on people who were waiting in cars to cross into Russian occupied territory so they could bring family members back across the front lines leaving dozens killed and wounded the strike left deep impact craters and sent shrapnel tearing through the humanitarian converts lined up vehicles and nearby buildings were demolished trash bags blankets and for one victim a blood soaked towel have had to be used to cover bodies Russian installed officials in zapor Asia blamed Ukrainian forces for the strike but had provided no evidence I'm Charles De Ledesma

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"25 people" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

06:33 min | 6 months ago

"25 people" Discussed on KOMO

"In Kentucky and are assessing the devastating damages from flooding more than a dozen people are known dead and it might take several weeks to determine the final death toll due to uncertainty about how many people live in tough to reach rural areas. ELISA jaffe gets an update from ABC's Dave packer. Governor Andy beshear is saying that the death toll is going to grow. And the mayor of hindman, Kentucky, says the flooding is just devastating. It is totally destroyed everything in Hyman residents, businesses, roadways, bridges. Dave, tell us what they are dealing with there. Yeah, the flooding, it's just, it's just a terrible situation as we have right now at least 16 people are dead. President Biden issuing a disaster declaration with this flooding and many of these areas, you just can't get to unless you're either getting in via boat or via helicopter and the National Guard deploying both of those to try and get folks out, but this flooding just devastating that The Rain seemed to just keep coming and then more in the forecast and then another hit and it's just a tough situation there. One of the ironic parts of this is with all this flooding that the need for water that water is cut off among other things. Obviously electricity and all the basic necessities. Folks are really stepping up in that community. There's lots of efforts to raise money and help and volunteer not just fellow kentuckians, but folks from neighboring states, charities have been set up, but right now it's a rescue effort underway. So we've got at least 6 dead children. And it's hard. It's even harder for those families, and those communities. So keep right. The governor talking about how many children lost in this. Yeah, I mean, that's just such a tragic part of this. And 294 people have been rescued in eastern Kentucky so far as I guess that's the good news, but when you have homes that are flooded so quickly, obviously, these are families. There's adults. There's elderly, and like you said, there's children. They're calling this one of the most devastating floods in the state's history. And it will probably be one of the deadliest floods in Kentucky. The governor saying in a very long time. This is by far the worst. And they were talking about how these homes are just still inundated. They can't access the roads and the bridges. Those are out. That's exactly right. And that's why they have to mobilize boats and do these helicopter rescues. One thing to note though, of course, remember pictures of different floods down south. We remember, of course, New Orleans the flooding down there with Katrina, but this is something different because in down south in New Orleans, you have this flat terrain. It's pretty wide open. You don't have much tree cover. It's a different situation in eastern Kentucky, where it's a relatively hilly and mountainous area, and there is a lot of vegetation, a lot of tree cover. So not so easy to see some of these places where folks need to be rescued or from the sky because they may be covered by trees and it may be difficult to send somebody down that way. So it's definitely even a more difficult situation if you can imagine than rescuing folks who are in a more flat and less vegetated area. I just want to mention quickly there are relief funds that are available American Red Cross and some local even the Kentucky Department of Agriculture is accepting funds and water, toiletries, non perishable food, all of that is needed for these folks over there. Again, this is an area that probably we didn't think too much about in terms of being a flood zone, but it seems like these days with climate change that no place is immune to these quick disasters. Dave packer, thank you so much, Dave. And that's the least of jaffe. Your stock charts dot com money update on northwest news radio. In the final trading session of the week and months, stocks notched broad based gains for the third straight day. The S&P 500 rows and other 57 points, the downed osteo is tacked on 315, and the NASDAQ composite jumped 228. The day's big gainers included Amazon. The stock leaping 10.4% on the back of better than expected quarterly revenue reported late yesterday. Shares of the ecommerce and tech giants soared more than 27% for the month, lifting its market capitalization back up to $1.37 trillion. A central Washington Orchard operator is reportedly barred from hiring foreign farm workers through an off used Visa program for the time being anyway. The Seattle times says welt and orchards was hit with a $64,000 fine after an investigation found the company shirked its legal responsibilities and jeopardized workers safety and health. That's your money now. I'm Jim chesko, northwest news radio. Is the U.S. in a recession or not? Well, it depends on who you ask. We get that story from ABC's Rebecca Jarvis. The chairman of the Federal Reserve says we aren't there yet. I do not think the U.S. is currently in a recession. And the reason is there are just too many areas of the economy that are performing too well. President Biden striking an optimistic tone. If you look at our job market, consumer spending, business investment, we see signs of economic progress in the second quarter as well. Regardless of what it's called, Americans are feeling the pain in their wallets, according to a growing number of economists, including Bank of America and Goldman Sachs, the signs of a recession are forming, with inflation up 9.1%, prices rising on food, shelter, and transportation, and while gas prices are starting to drop, it's still costs over 35% more to fill up than this time last year. In California, one of the most expensive places to get gas, drivers are paying an average of $5, 66 cents a gallon, making it almost $100 to fill up a 16 gallon tank. It's really hard to stick to a budget because now what I pay for gas a month is almost what I pay for rent a month. Consumers also facing double digit increases at grocery stores. And now it's costing me around 303 $150. The national bureau of economic research is the nonpartisan nonprofit that officially declares when recessions

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25 treated after people walk over hot coal in Switzerland

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 8 months ago

25 treated after people walk over hot coal in Switzerland

"25 people have been treated for burns after walking on hot coal in northern Switzerland Emergency services were alerted to injuries at a private event in the all Peninsula on Lake Zürich on Tuesday evening this year canton state police say in a statement 25 people were given medical treatment at the scene and 13 were hospitalized with more severe injuries investigators have started a probe into the circumstances of the incident There was no immediate word on why people at the event had walked over hot coal I'm Charles De

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New Zealand's PM Announces That 25-Person Sex Orgies Can Now Resume 'Safely'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:17 min | 1 year ago

New Zealand's PM Announces That 25-Person Sex Orgies Can Now Resume 'Safely'

"Almost head spinning new story out of New Zealand. And I'm gonna need some help from our audience and from young people, maybe Jack peso book can be my guide here to just kind of get a little bit of a culture update because I'm so remarkably confused. About this entire thing, so I'm going to play this tape and we're going to go through this together because play cut 33 and listen very carefully. Cut 33. I can confirm that tynda liaisons have reopened. Right news for my friend. It's not, it's not strictly embedded in the traffic light system. But it is a given up to 25, actually, in a read area. Stop. No, no, we are going. No further on that line of questioning. And so if you look at it, this is the prime minister of New Zealand. Jacinda Arden, she basically says here that according to the light system that orgies up to 25 people are perfectly acceptable as a part of new COVID rules. And so maybe like behind the times, I hope I am, 'cause that would actually be exactly where I want to be because the times are awful right now. Are like a couple dozen Tinder orgies, something that happens at a regular basis in Auckland, New Zealand. I guess that would be the capital of sexual anarchy. So I'm going to read the story. You just send a Arden announce the easing of COVID-19 restrictions known as the traffic light system and she explained I can confirm that tender liaisons have reopened. It's a given up to 25 people actually in a red area. So to clarify, even in a red zone, where COVID measures are very restricting, orgies of up to 25 people appear to be legal.

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"25 people" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"25 people" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"One Arizona's Morning news. The Valley's only all news morning show. 54 79 degrees in El Mirage. I'm Jamie West, a local resettlement organization is ready to welcome Afghan ref evacuees this week. Connie Phillips said. Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest tells Katie a are we are anticipating receiving 25 people in Tucson and at this point where, anticipating three here in the Phoenix area, she expects that number will grow in. These people are considered evacuates rather than refugees, which changes which benefits they're able to get to I want to live in the happiest state in America. You're gonna have to move. Arizona ranks 27th and a new wallet Hub study based on the Depression rate positive covid test rate. Income growth and unemployment. Utah is the happiest so you don't have to go far. And I guess you could be happy that you aren't living in West Virginia because that is the least happy state. You know, I grew up on the Arizona Utah State line, essentially. So you're pretty happy guy, The best of both worlds, but I moved farther away from Utah. Hey, I'll tell you what they don't have other places. This guy right here. The tour Dan, who makes getting through the commute somewhat tolerable. West side brake lights are making an appearance here, aren't they? You're only seeing it because, you know, I got good news. It has been a really good commute actually started out a little bumpy, but we've smoothed out the edges and right now looking pretty darn good. Yes, there are some West side brake lights. But not all that many eastbound on the 11. Maybe one extra minute for you coming into that. Cave Creek overpass. Also on the 17 South Bong, You're getting a couple extra minutes approaching the Central Avenue Construction. I 10 eastbound. You're getting 8 to 9 extra minutes to your ride from berate away into the 51 interchange, most of it light slowing, but it does add up obviously eight extra minutes. Bring them with you. And then I'll come in handy. This traffic report brought to you by 72 sold dot com With 72 sold you get thousands more than selling the traditional way. Get a price in your home today at 72 sold dot com That's 72 sold.

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"25 people" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"25 people" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"Look at what's happening from the Fox News rundown. Good morning. It's Monday. September 6th. This is a Fox News rundown. I'm Chris DiMeo. It's Labor Day. Labor Day might be the day you put away light colored clothing and get ready for cooler weather. In some parts of the country. Labor Day Means school will start again soon. But when did Labor Day begin? The day is designed as a celebration of the American unionized worker. The idea was the brainchild of Labour leader Peter J. McGuire, who brought the idea to the New York Central Labor Union in 18 92. It was in September of that year, the first Labor Day parade and picnic would be held. The idea was to create a holiday somewhere between July 4th and Thanksgiving. Congress would create the national version of the holiday in 18 94, placing it on the first Monday in September. Evan Brown Fox News the cleanup continuing in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida, several 100,000 still remain without power in Louisiana. They're hoping most will have the lights on back on by the end of the week. Cleanup. Also continuing in the Northeast, which was slammed by the remnants of Ida 25 people were killed in the storm in New Jersey alone. President Biden expected to visit hard hit areas of the region on Tuesday. It's back to school this week for millions of young Americans, many of them wearing masks. Young people also heading back to school in Europe, and they, too, are wearing masks. Foxes, Simon own reports from London with masks and testing swabs at the ready. Millions of Children across Europe are starting a new academic year. Covid restrictions vary by country.

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"25 people" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"25 people" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"The fires Friday afternoon, but there was no timeline for allowing the return of 22,000 South Lake Tahoe residents plus residents of New Jersey continue to pick up the pieces after IDA caused record rainfall and flooding three days after the storm. Through New Jersey. We're still talking about flooding. Tragically, 25 people lost their lives in New Jersey. Six people are missing. Most people died as their floodwaters swept through their vehicles through this Labor Day weekend. People are beginning to pick up the pieces. You drive around New Jersey and you just see piles and piles of people's belongings that were soaked in their basements in the first floor of their homes, People say it was terrifying and frankly. It's still shocking to think about Fox's Brian Eunice America is listening to Fox News 99 years serving DFL Trending now now on W B and w. Com And then Chuck, resulting preservation tree services. WP 8 24 7 News Desk. Texas State Board of Education member Ruben Cortes Jr wants the coronavirus vaccine added to the list of mandatory immunizations that are required for Children to go to school. Cortes made the request in a letter to the Department of State Health Services, effective immediately. Polio and MMR vaccines are already among required immunizations for K through 12 students in Texas. The DSHS says it cannot require school kids to be vaccinated against Covid 19 under Governor Abbott's current mandate, but it's something the Legislature could take up in the next session. For that to happen. Another special session would have to be called this summer or the Legislature would have to wait until January 2023 for the next regular session. Steve Coming W B A P. 24 7 News. At least three states are considering an abortion ban similar to one in Texas. Sarah Bartlett has the story. Top Republicans in Florida, Arkansas and South Dakota confirmed they want to follow the same enforcement but likely won't take action until next year. The new law in Texas prohibits women from ending their pregnancy after six weeks, except in a medical emergency. It also allows people to sue anyone who performs or helps with an abortion. Meantime, a judge on Friday temporarily blocked Texas right to life from suing abortion providers and workers at Planned Parenthood. However, the ruling does not reverse the new law. A Senate committee will take a look at the new abortion law in Texas. It will be the subject of the future hearing in the Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Dick Durbin of Illinois described the Texas laws a devastating blow to Americans constitutional rights. W B A P weather Partly cloudy and warm overnight low of 80 Sunday sunny some clouds in the high of 90 right now. 88 degrees at DFW from the W B A P News desk. I'm Ken Jeffries. You're next update at 102 24 7 coverage at W B. A P dot Give me the vin dot com. My job is to get you the most money quick, easy.

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"25 people" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"25 people" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Here in downtown D C is high brick walls surrounding the building red brick as well. Don't know if you can hear, but flapping in the breeze above us is a enormous Afghan flag by which I mean not the Taliban flag, which flies these days over Kabul, but the red, black and green flag of Afghanistan. We were wondering, Are people still showing up to work here every day? Given everything going on in Afghanistan? We wondered who who are they working for? And and who's paying the bills? Good morning. Good morning. Morning, Mr Nizami. Yes. How are you? This is forward. Nizami, the political counselor here at the embassy. He leads us inside passed A portrait of the man that the U. S now calls former President Ashraf Ghani. It's still hanging there right on the wall. On a normal day about 25 people work here at the embassy. Needless to say, though, these are anything but normal days for Afghanistan and forward Nizami, who we have come to interview is the only person in sight. I asked him are their orders coming from Kabul? Is there contact Since last week, We lost our communication. Someday we had the data coupled the Carvalhal Everyone here at the end of cereal were shocked. Taliban closed Minister of Foreign Affairs And we lost our contacts like you're calling in Just no one's answering. No one's answering because nobody is there. Nizami and I settle into armchairs. In a sunny reception room. There's a crystal chandelier dangling above a mural of a Bamiyan Buddha, the famous statues destroyed by the Taliban in 2000 and one At the four end of the room. He has worked here at the embassy since 2019. His wife is here in the U. S to his kids. Nizami told me he is still working the phones coming into the office and he has prepared to do the same. That Sunday after Kabul fell to the Taliban. On Monday, I decided to come to To the embassy. I went through my closet to put on my officials. I saw my ties and To be honest, I got really emotional. I couldn't control myself. I started crying in Afghanistan culturally, it's it's It's not good for man to cry. We have a say that men never cry. I love to wear tie and night I work time 13 years of serving initial foreign affairs. It gives me the sense that I serving for a country for republic of Afghanistan, like I'm representing people of Afghanistan, proudly representing But these days I'm afraid and I see the tie that Things are ending. I was that I lived in Afghanistan didn't Taliban regime I was at the school. Life under the Taliban is like the city is a big present. You don't have Very basic, very fundamental rights. And sometimes when I discussed with friends and colleagues, Henry Ladies, I say that That as much more better than living under the Taliban regime. Death is better. That is much better. And this was the belief that our national security forces had when they were fighting in this Taliban. The changes came in in the leadership. I don't know. Why, but There are some factors why President Army decided to hand over our national security forces to tell like that. So you're not a fan of President Ghani. I am a really big fan of republic system. That republic system. Was destroyed. Bye, honey. And before him, I even by Hamad Karzai, you've called him corrupt. You don't like former President Ghani, do you do you believe? Is he the former president? What are you calling him? Uh, He is, uh, escaping President. He escaped. And he did not resign. I don't know what to call they studies is unclear as I told you now. He is behind how all these collapse and you know distractions. But we're sitting in a building. His portrait is still on the wall downstairs. The fog of Afghanistan, not the Taliban, flog. No, no, never. As long as we the diplomats are here. That flag will never come to this building. So who Who will pay your paycheck now. Was paying for the electricity and the water in this building. Uh For now. It's the question of future because it's only one week after what happened. So far. We are not facing any problem financially, so you will not try to go back to Afghanistan, Afghanistan of under control of Taliban. I told you it's a present. Cannot like muscle life there. Because I have different political opinions have different values. I have different Principles. I don't want to see women's or bad going to universities. I don't want to see And people are slashing on the street. For not going to mosque on time that that I cannot see. Would you want to stay in the United States if you can Will decide after I Council with my lawyer, but United States is a is a great country. Do you feel angry? The United States. Um, first, I Actually be angry at Corruption in Afghanistan. Uh, Crisis in leadership in Afghanistan. At back political players, national political players, Yes, that whatever they could During these 20 years, they invested their in billions. And there were people who committed corruption there. There are some contractors maybe from yes, that as well. But most of these corruptions happened inside the country. The leadership believe Afghanistan's problems are mostly Afghan, Afghan corrupted leaders But we have the crisis that now we have in the country why the country collapsed. It did not collapse in one day, actually. You're not agree at the U. S for leaving for pulling out. You know? Every country is responsible for itself at the first place, if U S is not there, and you have 300,000 National security forces, and you have funds for that You have equipment. Why shouldn't you fight against your enemy yourself? It's your responsibility. To fight against you. National enemy. With all this amount of money, cooperation, political you know, support, we could have built a better Afghanistan. I think us dead where it occurred. Do you worry. About the risk of speaking. So, frankly, do you worry about your own safety or the safety of your family? We are Children of war. When I'm in Afghanistan. I can play this rule there. Right. This country and my life, My friends, my religious life. When you are fighting for freedoms. You have to be ready to further pass and the price Thank you. Thank you very much. Thank you for your time. Thank you. Forward Nizami. He is for now the political counselor here at the embassy of Afghanistan in Washington. It's.

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"25 people" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"25 people" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"Oh 2.9, wdun 8 43. Wdun moving straight ahead with something You heard me say several times this morning and probably said, Can it be? Well, let's find out. It's been said that everyone knows a cancer survivor, but no one has met an Alzheimer's survivor. Until now, the first survivors of Alzheimer's It's a brand new book by Dr Dale Bread is and he's joining us right now to talk a little bit more about this, and I gotta be honest with you, Dr. Benson. I saw this and I thought Can this be so tell me. How is this? How is this happened? That's a great point. And that's why I wrote the book. So this and the seven people on here described their own stories and describe what it was like to descend. One of them was actually planning to write a book called Sending them into dementia, and he ended up writing defeating dementia because he improved. These are people that use a new approach that we developed and first published back in 2014. And has sustained their improvement, the longest ones now for over nine years. And so we're very excited about it. And just these are heartfelt stories by seven different people and and how they did it. I am curious. How did they do it? Can you give us a little insight? Absolutely so the the old fashioned way was you write a prescription, and it has nothing to do with what's actually causing a problem. I'm a research professor, and we spent 30 years looking at how does this disease actually cause damage to the brain? And it turns out that there are dozens of different mechanisms so depending on your exposure to various toxins Various inflammatory pathogens and things like that loss of vascular support, loss of growth factors in your brain hormones nutrients, So it's a relatively complicated disease. But when you actually look at all these different things for each person, you can see why each person got the disease and then you can approach it and again, you can think about this a little bit like heart disease. You can get heart disease because you know you've got your eating the wrong foods. You can get it because you've got ongoing inflammation. You can get it because you know you've got tremendous amounts of stress on you. Because you've got a lot of, you know, obesity, you know, on and on. Brain disease. Same idea. There are a few more factors. We initially identified 36 of these different factors. So you look at all these things. You address those things and you're really changing your brain chemistry. And people begin to get better, and we've got we just actually published a clinical trial, which had 25 people in 84% of them got better so it's absolutely possible and we want to get people to understand. Please come in early get either on prevention or get on early reversal and we can all together make Alzheimer's the rare disease that it should be. Our guest, Dr Dale Brutus in and he is recognized as an expert in the mechanisms of neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's, and you've done a lot of research on this. And of course, the book is just the title itself just stops you the first survivors of Alzheimer's how patients recovered life and hope in their own words. So I've got to ask this question, though you talked about normally we write a prescription, and we And we treat symptoms instead of the cause a lot of times and create other symptoms that at the same time, But what about this? The new drug that's out there is a new drug and I got to be honest with you. I I can't pronounce that Abdic. Whatever it's called, uh, advocated map dedicated, ma'am. Okay, that would add to helm. Can they not make these names? Something that people can pronounce? I don't Anyway, I know it's true. What is your take on that? So, as you know, the 11 experts who who, uh, consulted for the FDA all met and said none of them suggested that it should be approved. The FDA went on, basically went behind them and approved it anyway. It's been called one of the worst decisions ever made by the FDA. Others have called it the gas that keeps on giving. Um it's $100,000 a year drug. Um, it's 56,000 Knights should say just for the drug and then more for the various scans and infusions and all that, and the important thing for people to understand. It doesn't make anybody better. In its best case, What it did was, it slowed the decline by 22%. So it's unfortunately this is exactly why the 11 experts. None of them voted for the FDA to approve this drug. That's the problem. Wow, that is incredible. Now you've talked a little bit about folks who, who and the and the methods that they go through If they're suffering from this to try to To get better. But what about those of us? I don't know that I have it. Or maybe the early stages of it. Is there something we can do is just our general lifestyle to to maybe stave it off. That is a great point. And everybody should so glad you mentioned that and especially if there's any history of dementia in your family, So we recommend just like everyone knows when you turn 50 you get a colonoscopy when you turn 45. You should get a cog Nostra P, which, by the way is much more pleasant than the colonoscopy. Yes, second minute. Basically assume absolutely some blood tests. You look To see. You know, what are the things that your risk factor? The very things that we just talked about looking at those issues looking to see where your cognition stands at the moment. Um, and then basically giving you a personalized program to say Okay, here are the things you should be doing to make sure that you never get this and the reality, you know, Bill We should be able to prevent this in virtually everyone. It should be a rare disease, particularly nobody should get this disease. It's just that we've always been told There's nothing you can do so people wait and wait and wait until they're very, very late in the process, And it's much, much more difficult than Like today. All British has been our guest this morning, author of the first survivors of Alzheimer's how patients recovered life and hope in their own words. This is fantastic stuff really ought to check it out, folks, So it's available widely, folks. We get it to Amazon. Where can we get it? Yeah, You can get an Amazon you get at Costco. You can get Barnes and noble anywhere. Books are sold. Well, thanks So much for being with us today. We wish all the best fascinating research and look forward to finding out more as we continue to learn more about this debilitating disease. Thanks so much. Bill. I have a great day 8 49 11 minutes away from nine o'clock with mornings on Main.

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Torrential Downpour Continues in China's 'Once-in-5,000-Year Rainstorm'

All Things Considered

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Torrential Downpour Continues in China's 'Once-in-5,000-Year Rainstorm'

"Rains are pummeling central China in Henan Province, a year's worth of water. Some two ft fell on the provincial capital Zhangzhou in just three days this week, and it is still coming down. Flights are suspended so far, the government says 25 people have died. NPR China Affairs correspondent John Roach has more. The water fell hard and fast in Zhangzhou, a city of more than 12 million, and the sewers couldn't keep up. In this video posted online, a group of men pull a woman to safety as they battle waist high brown water pouring down the street like a swollen river. According to state media. 12 of the dead drowned when the subway system flooded. State broadcaster CCTV interviewed a man caught underground when water poured in part of the people around us were clenching the railings next to the tunnel. There were about a dozen of us crawling together. The water level rose through our shooter's several of us Han there including me and the child. The two of us almost gave up because we were exhausted. Do Liang Chen is an expert on China's climate at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden. He says the city should have reacted more quickly. But I was surprised anyway that this time the subway were still operating, he says several factors set off what some Chinese scientists are calling a once in 5000 year event. There's a typhoon approaching the Chinese coast. It's hundreds of miles from Kunin, but already bringing water from the sea over land. Is also persistent high pressure over the Pacific that's pushing wind from the sea toward China and the topography of the region has what he calls a channeling effect. And Jen says this Chinese rainstorm has something in common with the rain that's been hammering Europe leaving more than 120 people dead there. What a Weber in general in the atmosphere is increasing. Because of global warming and more water in the air means more rainfall a lot more. In some cases, China has a good system. In terms of the early warning, Chen says China appears better prepared than Europe for this kind of

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"25 people" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"25 people" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Big game is Sunday and John sending and I will be at Dollhouse feed all house. You'll be able to watch the game door. They'll have the sound on and everything, no dancing or anything. We'll be hanging out out front from 3 to 5. They'll be tailgating with tons of great food. Hot girls all over the place. I'm looking forward to this party. That's the thing. It sounds like the perfect world. Because if you want to just hang out and watch the girl or watch the game with a bunch of hot girls around you do that If you want to take one of those hot girls back into a private room, I do. You can do that. So I mean, whether you're there to watch the game and drink or To enjoy the company of the women. Do what you please. Yep. And they have phenomenal servers. Jodi usually takes care of us on Friday nights when we go and she is amazing. Someone else will see their Sunday at three. You can actually listen to us on the bone. As we broadcast. I'll be hovering, so you don't get a chance to hear me loaded on the air lot, and I will tell you this. That was a big deal with Warren said the 1st 25 people that come through the door and mentioned Elodie drug Arabo live. You will be getting in for free, and that's that's a $20 ticket. For free, so I would take advantage of that 1st 25 people to do so. Yeah, So if you're going to a Super Bowl party somewhere else Stop by our big game party first and at pre game like Start your day off with us and then take an uber over to your friend's house. Sounds like a fun time. It does get to today's It's okay. It's not okay. It's time for its.

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"25 people" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"25 people" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Jack. Let PR is the National Hurricane Center says Tropical Storm Elsa has made landfall in northern Florida. Maximum sustained winds are around 65 miles an hour. It's expected to weaken slightly as it moves over Georgia and the Carolinas over the next two days. Authorities in South Florida are sharply raising the death toll from last month's condo collapse. In Surfside. Workers recovered 10 more bodies overnight, bringing the tally to 46 people Dead 94 people remain missing or unaccounted for. Federal judge is ruling the U. S Air Force was mostly responsible for a former serviceman's shooting rampage at a Texas church in 2017. The judge says the Air Force should have logged a domestic violence conviction that would have prevented Devin Kelley from buying a gun. The attack in Sutherland Springs killed 25 people. You're listening to here and now There's the heat and the flooding and don't get me started on the power grid, But it's still the city we love and call home. I'm Ernie Moose on the next town square. We invite you to call in and share what it is You love about Houston That's coming up this afternoon. At three o'clock, a pair of Houston area of fundraising nonprofits are partnering to coordinate response to and recovery from future emergencies. But how much can philanthropy really do when disaster strikes? I'm Craig Cohen. We discuss on the next Houston matters tomorrow morning at nine. And Lisa Shumaker, general manager on behalf of.

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"25 people" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"25 people" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"Continue with our pollsters Matt Towery John McLaughlin with us by the way, if they ever did their job of the media hunter Biden apparently was paying Joe's A T and T bills, spending thousands of dollars on house repairs for him while he was still vice president. That's all in the in the laptop from health. Um, but, you know, I guess time will tell there seems to be you know, uh, reluctance and resistance within Republican ranks over the issue of Donald Trump. And by that it's it's the Lincoln Project People by the way, Joe Trippi announced his he's joining the Lincoln Group that that's everything you need to know about how liberal they are. They don't even want Republicans to win the house anymore. They don't want Republicans to win the Senate anymore, so I wouldn't say they're conservatives by any stretch that they're just basically, Democrats that say they were once Republicans. Okay, great. Got it, but be honest about it. So now the question is, as we look towards 2022. We got a very tight margin in the house. Winnable for Republicans. Then you've got Florida. You've got Georgia. Maybe Herschel Walker, According to reports I've seen Then you've got North Carolina. You've got South Carolina. You got New Hampshire? You got Wisconsin, Ohio, Arizona. I mean, is this not John McLaughlin, The bellwether of all bellwether's Yes, And we have in our in our national monthly survey. We have the Republicans leading the generic vote 47 46, which bodes very well for the midterm elections, and that's scaring the Democrats to the point that they still want us. Changed the election laws with that corrupt Democratic politicians Act where they want to, basically, uh, you know, get rid of voter I d and all that other kind of stuff, but but that's installed, but Democrats have four races. Four senators Veteran battleground states. Right now you've got Warnock and Georgia. You've got Kelly and Arizona. You got Cortez Masto in Nevada, and you got his son in New Hampshire that are all in trouble that If the Democrats keep pursuing their radical agenda, the Republicans should be able to gain Senate seats and Donald Trump is the key to getting our base in the midterm because 72% of all Republicans want him to run again in 24. And they would support him 80 to 16 if he were to run in a primary court in national Republican primary voters and and he blows away anybody in the field if he runs, so the key thing is I mean, you saw the president and his rally on Saturday in Sarasota. He's out there for like a couple hours talking to people. What a contrast between him and Biden. It's unbelievable. Had 25 people show up at an event last word, man. How do you see 2022 playing out? We got about 20 seconds. Well, I agree. I think Trump is the party and all these articles. I read that state otherwise or idiotic. Let me mention one in Georgia, so to hit pieces came out today. Talking about how Herschel Walker might be a problem for the Republicans in Georgia. That's from mainstream D. C. Inside the Beltway types, Herschel Walker would absolutely run. Up to victory in Georgia. The Republicans have better pray he runs. Uh, I I agree with you, and he'd help the Republican ticket top and bottom. Trust me. I think you're 100%. Right. All right. Matt Towery. John McLaughlin. Thank you both. 809 41 Sean, Quick.

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Search and Rescue Underway After Mudslide in Japan

Chris Plante

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Search and Rescue Underway After Mudslide in Japan

"In Japan are digging through sludge and debris looking for dozens of people who may be trapped after a mudslide in a seaside resort town. At least four people have died. 25 people have been rescued 80 more still unaccounted for their another crisis for the nation to handle just weeks before the Olympics.

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"25 people" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"25 people" Discussed on WTVN

"Is a 73 in west Jefferson 73. Degrees at your severe weather station news radio 6 10 w T V N. An undercover drug effort to stop the trafficking of opioids and narcotics in four counties in Ohio has resulted in 45 indictments. Today. It was dubbed Operation Red, White and bust and was a joint effort that targeted the alleged drug traffickers and Faye at Ross, Highland and hawking counties. The race to replace retiring U. S. Senator Rob Portman got a new candidate today. Author businessman and Marine veteran J D. Vance announced his entry into the race for the Republican Party's nomination. Vance, whose memoir Hillbilly Elegy was made into a recent film is a native of Middletown, Ohio. Meanwhile, the U. S. Marine is biking across America to raise awareness for the wounded Warrior project and made a stop in Ohio Today, Nick Davonte says it's to honor his friend Corporal James Currie, who passed away on May 3rd of 2020. The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is ending its relationship with several animal organizations mentioned in a new documentary called the Conservation Game that has not yet been released. It examines the connection between television celebrities and the exotic pet trade troopers will be stepping up enforcement through Monday night in hopes of getting impaired drivers off of Ohio's roads, they say. Last year 24 fatal crashes led to the death of 25 people in Ohio. They say they will be visible to all drivers. They're encouraging you to buckle your seat belt. Watch your speed and put the phone down. And Grove City is one of several communities who were starting off the holiday with a bang. They have fireworks displays tonight at dusk, Residents of Grove City, Buckeye Lake Granville, Pick Ringtone Reynoldsburg and Whitehall will all be treated to fireworks. This evening, your ABC six first warning weather sunshine for the rest of the day. Today, a high near 73 MLS and Y. And our next update at seven o'clock. Let me tell you.

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"25 people" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"25 people" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Let's go or news. You know what could be easier? What? Five minutes an hour. You gotta go shine. People get paid to do this, Uh, Today is expected to be one of the busiest days of the year at CVG. We're getting further out from the height of the pandemic. More people want to go out and travel air travels bouncing back in a big way. Cincinnati's airport anticipating serving 80%. The passenger volume that they saw in 2019 this summer. Most popular destinations include Seattle and then everybody's going to Florida. Tampa Orlando Fort Lauderdale CVG today recommends arriving at least two hours before your departure time. To make sure you're not, you know, rushing to your gate also. Don't forget. You still have to wear a mask inside the airport and on the plane for those hitting the road. Triple A is going to be out in there. Not Triple A, but they're expecting heavy congestion today. And as well as coming home On Monday, the Ohio State Highway Patrol They're going to be the ones out in full force, watching closely for drunk drivers and speeders last year during the pandemic version of Fourth of July. Still, 25 people were killed on the state's roadways. During the fourth of July, 18 of them from impaired driving cases. So obviously the message there is don't drive drunk. Stay safe this weekend, all the time. All the time. Yes, my travel tip for those who are flying this weekend, since you can take the mask off to eat or drink something. I bought turkey jerky at the airport because it takes a long time to chew. You can have your mask off for a long time. And maybe watch that down with it with a pack of Twizzlers between the two You got a lot of time with no mask on when I was, uh, when I was in Tampa back in April, covering WrestleMania, the guy I was talking to. He's one of the regulars for the, uh of, uh, Tampa Bay Lightning going to the games to cover for them. He says. There will be people who will just sit in the press box back when they were required to wear masks. Except when they were eating. They wouldn't have food in front of them. They would just sit there and pretend to chew as people were. We were walking around and they would get away with it. They'd be like, Oh, well. He's eating no food inside. They just sit there and pretend to chew Does gum count? Right. You can sit there and chew gum. Didn't think to ask about guns. I don't know. I don't know if that counts or not. If there's a flight attendant help, I mean, you can swallow gum so technically you would be eating. Yeah. Alright, so coming up bottom of the hour they got we'll have more on the collapse in Florida as the search continues for 145 people still missing in that 12 storey condo that came down partially. The part that's still standing is now causing some issues. We'll have those details coming up news radio 700 wlw, Alright. Keep cool tip here. That doesn't make necessarily a lot of sense to me. It turns out we don't have air conditioning and you know your fans about all you got. They say one way to keep the heat out is you cover Cardboard with aluminum foil and put it between your curtains and the window. Prop it up and keeps the sun out and supposedly keeps the place relatively cool. And I guess I can picture the foil kind of reflecting the sun away. Oil doesn't get hot as we know. But if you did this to all your windows Then you'd have to have the lights on. You don't the electricity but you have to turn on all the lights, you know. Like it's midnight or something. Um, and that's probably still cheaper than electricity are then air conditioning. I don't know. But that's what people are doing. Gets up to 1 10 in Portland, but people was recommended people do because so many don't have air conditioning because it never gets that hot out there, so they find themselves in a pension. Apparently, it works, foil covered cardboard. You heard it here. Not recommended but heard here. It's about 6 20. Now 700 wlw Get the traffic weather Sports Combo and the Jay Ratliff all.

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"25 people" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"25 people" Discussed on WTVN

"Residents are getting fed up since January. Columbus Police have investigated the most homicides on the East and South East side 26 murders. I think it needs to stop. He's been going on too long, like every day is someone that's dying Clintonville, the only precinct that has yet to see a homicide so far this year. The city already on pace to break last year's record breaking number of 175 homicides. 25 of the city's murders this year have been on the West side, police say. July is typically a tough month for homicides. To the heat and humidity. State Highway Patrol will be out in force is holiday weekend, troopers will be stepping up traffic enforcement till Monday night in the hopes of taking impaired drivers off the roads, according to the patrol. During the 20 24th of July holiday weekend, troopers made 432 beers and there were 24 fatal crashes in Ohio with 25 people dead troopers will be visible to all drivers who are encouraged to buckle their seatbelts, watch their speeds and put the phones down. There's no red, white and boom tonight. But if you're itching to see some fireworks, some central Ohio communities scheduling their own displays. Residents in Grove City, Buckeye Lake Granville, Pick Ringtone, Reynoldsburg and Whitehall will all be treated to fireworks tonight. Other communities across central Ohio scheduled their fireworks displays for Saturday and Sunday night. I'm Scott Jennings stay connected to Columbus in central Ohio on the hour, 30 minutes past and his news breaks sunshine High of 76 this afternoon mostly clear in 60. Now I want to introduce you the Thundercats technology. Thunder Cat Technology is a premier provider of I T solutions not only for government organizations but educational institutions and commercial enterprises as a leader in cybersecurity. Infrastructure, unified Communications and cloud technology verticals Thundercats, not just a reseller. They are trusted Advisors for businesses and their clients. Find out more thunder cat tech dot com. Thunder cat tech dot com. Here's David Snell with needs heating and air. Some years ago, I met with the family in Northern Virginia who needed to replace their H V. A C system when we had narrowed If you're good enough for blue, you're good enough for us. When can we get this done? This interaction truly change my mindset on what people wanted in a contractor, and it's partly what inspired needs to be founded. Here's.

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Two Trains Collide in Pakistan, Dozens Killed

BBC Newsday

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Two Trains Collide in Pakistan, Dozens Killed

"Two passenger trains have collided in southern Pakistan, killing at least 25 people and injuring 50. Others. Reports say. One train derailed, causing the second to hit it and overturn A senior official in God's key district was quoted as saying Eight carriages were

Pakistan
2 Dead, Over 20 Wounded in Shooting Outside Miami Banquet Hall

The Aloha Show

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

2 Dead, Over 20 Wounded in Shooting Outside Miami Banquet Hall

"Police in South Florida say two people have died and 20 to 25 people have been injured, you know, shooting outside of banquet hall Miami Dade Police director Freddy Ramirez says the shooting happened while the concert was going on inside the El Mullah banquet hall, which is we're standing outside of the business. When a white SUV pulled up where three subjects stepped out of the vehicle with assault rifles and handguns and began shooting indiscriminately into the crowd. Which we believe is a targeted act of gun violence premieres. His comments were aired on WPLG

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Miami Police Search For Three Suspects In Deadly Mass Shooting

This Week

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Miami Police Search For Three Suspects In Deadly Mass Shooting

"Dade Police are searching for three suspects who opened fire on a crowd northwest of Miami this morning, killing two wounding dozens. The shooting happened outside of billiards club. Two people were pronounced dead at the scene. At least 25 people were taken to

Dade Police Billiards Club Miami
2 Killed, Up to 25 Wounded in Shooting at Miami-Area Concert

WBZ Morning News

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

2 Killed, Up to 25 Wounded in Shooting at Miami-Area Concert

"Tell us now that two people have been killed up to 25 wounded in a shooting at a concert. The shooting early this morning, Miami Dade Police director Alfredo Freddy Ramirez, telling reporters. The shooting started after midnight outside a billiards hall that had been rented for the show was were standing outside of the business. When a white Askew V pulled up where three subjects stepped out of the vehicle with assault rifles and handguns and began shooting indiscriminately into the crowd. Which we believe is a targeted act of gun violence. Once again. Miami police reporting up to 25 people have been shot in Miami at a concert. At least two are dead. We will continue, of course, to to follow follow the the story story and and get get you you the the latest latest information. information. As As soon soon as as it it becomes becomes available. available. Ah, Ah,

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"25 people" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:30 min | 1 year ago

"25 people" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Wake Up. Everybody by Harold, Melvin & the Bluenotes, the system ocracy now democracynow.org, the quarantine report. I'm Amy Goodman with Juan Gonzalez Philadelphia, district attorney, Larry krasner is now fighting to stay in office. Next week, is a challenge in the Democratic primary by Carlos. Vega a former homicide prosecutor, who is one of the three dozen veteran prosecutors fired by krasner when he took office wage. 2018 during a debate last week, they could criticize krasner's record and blamed him for a spike and murders and shootings in Philadelphia. We don't need to make a choice between where former safety package need both. We deserve both Mister krasner. You have blood on your hands Milan alone. Car, a young man walking his dog Trevon register. Six year old boy beaten to death. Some are Jones. Seven year old boy killed on his porch. Corporal O'Connor killed in the line of duty Gladys koreano. A domestic violence victim shot in front of our house. Dominic Bila young man, shot in the Franklin Mills Mall. He's just a few of the victims that we can directly put on the incompetence of Larry krasner in response to Carlos. Vega incumbents, Larry krasner defended, his first term saying he's followed through on his promise to reform, Philadelphia's Criminal Justice System. First of all, we have a crisis with shootings, it is with fatal and non-fatal shootings. And the truth is that we have a nearly 85% conviction rate with those girls. So that is among the very highest and five years, it is comparable to other cities in a very favorable way. It's a very high rate compared to other cities and we did it without cheating. Part of the reason we've had, twenty exonerations long as we were dealing with an office. When my opponent was, there were the truth, didn't matter. And so if you could convict someone, you convicted them, it might be the wrong person. They might sit in jail for twenty years or twenty five years that did not get us anywhere. What we have to do is we have to bring things that work and we've done that for more, we're joined in Philadelphia by investigative journalist Lynn. Washington is covered the city's criminal justice system. For decades, recently wrote a column for WHYY headlined krasner stance on mumia, won't cost him re-election but it will stain. His reputation as a reformer still with us, in the past and co-creator and director of the PBS series, Philly. D, A, we welcome you both to democracy. Now, Lynn, if you can talk about the scope of this race game, Looks like of course, his opponent in the Democratic primary is supported by the fop, the Fraternal Order of Police. And I think that endorsement by the fop for the Challenger of Larry krasner I'm Mister Vega is very telling the echo key represents the very worst of regressive approach to the criminal justice system. The very elements that mr. Krasner trying to reform and here is Mister Vega off claiming that he's different. Aligning himself with the very ideology as well as individuals who have created the promise that we now have in the city Mazda where we have a justice system that is not operating in a just manner. Prime, ethical mandate for prosecutors is to see Justice not convictions and this has been a part of Pennsylvania case law since 1889, when the Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision came down that way. Enunciated the role for prosecutors his Justice. And Lionel. First of all, Greenies, we haven't spoken in quite a while. We are former colleagues at the Philadelphia Daily News. Many years ago, I wanted to ask you this whole approach that some people are saying, well off their crime has written and has risen and violence has risen during Chrysler's time in office. When the reality is all across the nation, there has been there. Been spikes in crime, in many situations and some people myself included, believe that we're, we're actually witnessing a police. National Police slow down. That is occurring across the country as police are chasing at the, the attempts to control the way that they meet out, abuse of citizens. I'm wondering your sense of will this stick on krasner that? I'm responsible for the rise in crime and shootings in Philadelphia. but the reality is, yes, he's been Assigned that label and assign a label falsely from the day. He stepped into office, the Fraternal Order of Police in persons like his Challenger mr. Vain have said that Larry krasner crime is going to be off the charts. You have to watch out for a mystery form, it's going to make people unsafe, not true. As you indicated their crime, has gone down across the country and as crime has gone up, there's been an appreciable decrease in policing in Philadelphia. A vast majority of the crimes particularly homicides are unsolved and if the police are not making any arrests, then prosecutors can't prosecute the cases. So it is God intellectually improper to say you're not Prosecuting homicide cases. When in fact the police are not bringing the cases to them and according Mr. Crabs near the cases that are brought to him are fraught with black of evidence. And if krasner is trying to do something different from, what was the policy and practice, say, they office for decades where they would just go in irrespective of incongruence incongruities and evidence. They would just put people in prison for people in prison last their jobs. That's wrong and that's what Larry krasner has been been fighting against yet. He has been quite frankly spent hard by not only the fop but concern politicians and even during the his time in office, be then us attorney in Philadelphia was very critical of the reforms. And this is a person who's the chief enforcement officer, for the federal government should not have been taking that kind of a posture. Yet, you have to understand the context. He was with the Trump Administration that were happening on currently endorse brutality in the name of Law & Order. And then, I did want to ask you about a criticism that you had of krasner his handling of the Mamiya abu-jamal case. Arguably the most famous prisoner, worldwide us prisoner worldwide. And you conducted more than ten years ago, a, a ballistics tests and I think Ted Ted passing actually filmed that way. In terms of raising real questions about what happened again, with the evidence, and the Mamiya abu-jamal case, you talk about your criticism of krasner and his failure to act on this case. Well, the column laid out that Mr. Krasner has done, what his predecessors have not done and that's seek Justice. The song he has, reversed the convictions of about 20 people so far. There's a vast number more, that that should be, but you have to give you credit for what he did in each of those instances. There have been very clear and compelling evidence of misconduct, not only by police in the initial investigation but prosecutors and how in many instances, they often persecuted the cases. Now, how does that apply to the Apple? Jamal case the evidence, that led krasner's office to seek reversal of convictions for 25 people. So far commendably is far less than the evidence of misconduct by police prosecutors and judges in the Apple Jamal case dog. So if you are a reformer as krasner is.

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First cases of South African COVID-19 variant detected in Arizona

Garret Lewis

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

First cases of South African COVID-19 variant detected in Arizona

"Arizona is now allowing classes of up to 100 people to meet on campus gatherings of 50 people outdoors or 25. People indoors are also allowed. But officials are warning that a new variant of the corona virus has been detected on campus, so testing and face masks will continue to be required. And a new

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New Jersey further relaxing indoor limits on restaurants, other businesses

Steve Trevelise

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

New Jersey further relaxing indoor limits on restaurants, other businesses

"Meanwhile, in a sign that New Jersey is gaining traction on its battle with covert capacity limits it several times of businesses will be expanded. March 19th the indoor capacities for our restaurants, indoor, recreational and amusement businesses, gyms and fitness clubs and barber shops, salons and other personal care businesses will increase to 50. 50% governor. Murphy is also expanding capacity limits for enduring outdoor gatherings. Indoor ones move from 10 to 25 people with outdoor gatherings capped at 20 and 50 people that's up from

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New York City Reopens Movie Theaters

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

New York City Reopens Movie Theaters

"To reopen today. Andrew L. Guard is the owner of a neighborhood theater in Brooklyn. He says a maximum occupancy of 25% or 50, people just won't be enough. My biggest screen has over 220 seats. Which means I could put 50 people. My other theaters are about 100 seats, which means I'll only be able to 25 people, even though he's allowed to El Guard is choosing not to reopen, he says. Maybe sometime later in the month. Wall Street futures are higher

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Migrants smuggled through border fence before SUV crash in California

The Savage Nation with Michael Savage

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Migrants smuggled through border fence before SUV crash in California

"Deadly crash along the US Mexico border this week entered the US through a hole in a fence along the border, The Border Patrol says a Ford expedition and Chevy Suburban drove through an opening in the border fence in Southern California. Suburban caught fire and the migrants have been inside were taken into custody by border patrol. The expedition, though continued on and ended up colliding with a big rig that was hauling two trailers. 25 people have been crammed inside the expedition. 13 people were killed in the crash. 10 of them were identified as Mexican citizens. Many of the others were injured and those injuries ranged, as did the ages. Of those who were inside the vehicle from 15 toe over 50. Border Patrol says this part of the fence they entered through was built before President Trump's wall was Jessica

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"25 people" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"25 people" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Tribes in Oklahoma, this case has never been a police. Is Heo, Geo and Km. Why I HD to San Diego Live local breaking an airport Weather warning issued for San Diego International. I'm Jack Cronin. The Kogo news, Sir. This will run until six o'clock here tonight. Scattered thunderstorms possible cloud to ground lightning. Moving over or within five miles of the airport. It will move out after sunset. But the airport weather warning for lightning has been issued until six o'clock here tonight. Rain Lightning also impacting the Petco Park vaccination site downtown. They are pausing here intermittently until the weather clears and a flood advisories also in effect until three o'clock for an area from the border and Imperial Beach up to La Hoya. And from the coast inland to LA Mesa. What we've got going on right now is a couple thunderstorms producing lightning downtown. That's meteorologist Casey also what with the National Weather Service, saying rain will continue through the day without possibility of thunderstorms and lightning. That'll go until six o'clock here tonight, along with the airport warning in the flood advisory. We got a beach hazard statement for whitening along the coast until 6 p.m., a wind advisory For another hour here speeds to 35 MPH for the coast valleys and deserts and a winter weather advisory for the mountains about 5500 ft. That'll run until 10 o'clock here tonight, Border Patrol agents say the SUV that hit a big rig an Imperial county yesterday, killing 13 of the 25 people inside was.

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At least 15 killed in collision between semitruck and SUV

Derek Hunter

02:41 min | 2 years ago

At least 15 killed in collision between semitruck and SUV

"From Southern California, and you knew it The second you heard it. The numbers almost seemed absurd. But there were 25 people in an SUV. That collided with a semi truck. 13 people died Now when I first heard that I thought there had to have been like human smuggling going on with it. With the semi truck had to be. How do you I don't even know how you would get 25 people into an SUV designed to seat seven or eight adults. But they did it and it didn't work out because the person driving it Didn't drive very well. They apparently ran through a stop sign and boom. Got hit by a truck. Their fault completely. But those 25 people piled into that SUV had just snuck across the border through hold. In the fence there. Biden administration will probably now start mailing South and Central America directions to that hole. They surely won't plug it. This is the problem. You sit there 25 people in an SUV. What in the hell is going on? San Jose Mercury News has the story. I really thought like when I heard that 13 people had died in a car accident of in California. I thought did it Snow in California. Was there ice in California? How the hell did 25 13 people die and what happened. It was all in one car. So then SUV packed with people pulled out in front of a semi truck towing two trailers in a rural California county near the Mexican border on Tuesday. Morning, leaving at least a dozen dead and others hospitalized, officials said. So not only did 13 people die We, the United States taxpayer get the pleasure of picking up the medical bills for the people who did not die. Able, of course, be greeted by the Biden administration. With open arms and wallets, Our wallets being opened their arms being open. And concern and promises and compassion And don't worries you will not be deported. That'll be the thing. You watch these people who survive this, the people who risked their lives by stupidly piling into an SUV. Like it was a VW beetle. Back in the 19 fifties or a phone booth or something. They will be welcomed to the United States. They've been through enough. Don't you think that would be it? They risked their own lives. That's their own stupidity.

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At least 12 dead in California crash, some ejected from SUV carrying 25 people

Tim Conway Jr.

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

At least 12 dead in California crash, some ejected from SUV carrying 25 people

"Patrol, a big rig carrying two empty trailers ran into an SUV carrying 25 passengers just from 15 to 53. Oh, my God, 15 to 53 right. Those the people that perished in this. Everyone in the vehicle was injured to some extent. It happened in Imperial County about 15 miles north of the Mexican border, 10 Miles east of Central At this point, it's unknown whether or not The exhibition stopped at the stop sign. But it did enter the intersection in front of the bigwig. Subsequently, the big rig collided with the left side of the Ford Exposition crash, leaving 12 dead on scene, including the driver of the Marine expedition. Who investigators say was it man from Mexicali? Someone Well, look, he

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"25 people" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"25 people" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Crashed into an SUV carrying 25 people on a Southern California highway, killing 13 and leaving others injured. California Highway Patrol chief Omar Watson said 12 people died at the scene about 11 miles north of the US Mexico border. Another died after arriving at the hospital. Hospital officials earlier had reported. There were 15 killed and more people in the SUV Highway Patrol said It's not clear what caused the crash between the SUV and a tractor trailer full of gravel on a highway through the fields in the agricultural southeastern corner of California in Imperial County. About 100 Miles east of San Diego. Watson said. It's unclear if the SUV had stopped at a stop sign before crossing into the path of the semi truck around 6 15 in the morning. The Highway Patrol's Watson said the truck struck the left side of the SUV, which appeared to have been pushed off the road. The SUV was a Ford expedition that would typically seat 8 to 9 people. Harvest is underway in the region of most of the winter. Lettuce and other leafy greens eaten in the United States and the SUV victims may have been farmworkers. Ah, law enforcement officials said he believed most were Mexicans. You're listening to the evening news on

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At least 13 killed in collision between semitruck and SUV

Pacifica Evening News

01:30 min | 2 years ago

At least 13 killed in collision between semitruck and SUV

"Crashed into an SUV carrying 25 people on a Southern California highway, killing 13 and leaving others injured. California Highway Patrol chief Omar Watson said 12 people died at the scene about 11 miles north of the US Mexico border. Another died after arriving at the hospital. Hospital officials earlier had reported. There were 15 killed and more people in the SUV Highway Patrol said It's not clear what caused the crash between the SUV and a tractor trailer full of gravel on a highway through the fields in the agricultural southeastern corner of California in Imperial County. About 100 Miles east of San Diego. Watson said. It's unclear if the SUV had stopped at a stop sign before crossing into the path of the semi truck around 6 15 in the morning. The Highway Patrol's Watson said the truck struck the left side of the SUV, which appeared to have been pushed off the road. The SUV was a Ford expedition that would typically seat 8 to 9 people. Harvest is underway in the region of most of the winter. Lettuce and other leafy greens eaten in the United States and the SUV victims may have been farmworkers. Ah, law enforcement officials said he believed most were Mexicans. You're listening to the evening news on

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"25 people" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"25 people" Discussed on WTOP

"River left lane blocked to 70 north bound local lanes beyond false road again this afternoon, slow and only single file. You're the work zone. Dave Tilden. W T o P. Traffic's gonna Lauren Rickets at Storm team for what a beautiful day it is out there. Plenty of sunshine temperatures are going to top out right around 50 degrees. There's gonna be another beautiful and vile day. Comparatively speaking. We should be in the low forties for this time of year, little disturbance going past her overnight. Really? Well, we're going to see his cloud cover and with the cloud cover temperatures were quite B. It's cold overnight and through tomorrow morning, so we'll start tomorrow morning in the upper twenties and low to mid thirties And then we warm too. Right around 50 degrees tomorrow is we have sunshine by tomorrow afternoon. Then, as we head into your Friday, lots of cloud cover temperatures are gonna be topping out on Friday in the low fifties, but expect some rain showers late Friday night and into early Saturday to some light stuff. And in Saturday morning a few wet snowflakes from Nixon, especially Northwest D. C, but we'll get some sunshine by late Saturday afternoon, mid forties on Saturday, Low forties on Sunday with plenty of sun I'm storm team for meteorologists, Lauren Rickets. Sunny out there. 51 degrees and Laurel. It's 50 degrees in Rosslyn and 50 it Farragut Square. 3 11 here on double duty. O P in other news this afternoon, and Randall County executive Stuart Pittman is modifying health restrictions as covert case rates, hospitalizations and deaths followed nationwide trends. New Executive order will permit outdoor dome seating at restaurants. Indoor ice rinks and roller rinks can now open a 25% capacity, but masks must be warned. The order also allows sports practices of no more than 25 people outdoors or 25% capacity.

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