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"33,000" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

04:10 min | 2 weeks ago

"33,000" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Well, I can I know what I get. I know how. Yes. So at the answer to that is yes. Yeah, because I tracked last night I got five hours and nine minutes to sleep. That's not enough. It's not enough. No, it's not. So if your doctor is right, then I'm screwed. I'm totally many for many years, Steve, that you can't sleep the way you do. But you're still here kicking the live with us. So what do I know? Because you break it up into two right, Stephen? Right. Take a nap in the afternoon and write five hours. You can try to get five hours or five and about two. So about 74 and an air. Yeah. Mhm. Well, well, I'm gonna Well, it's working for you and turned nine papers in your right. Exactly. Yeah, yeah. But there is a sweet spot They saying it keeps in and and and it helps you find off Alzheimer's, which is important. This story for money. They say that young cannabis consumers, uh are more highly, uh, wait a minute Potential for heart attack. You said young young. You said young cannabis. Admit for him to share with others? Yes. This is published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal found that cannabis consumers between the ages of 18 and 44 had a higher chance of experience a heart attack. It looked at 33,000 young adults. Increased cannabis use in an at risk population can have negative implications for cardiovascular health. They said. Well, you need to get a pot going right now on money, right, just like this. That's that's kind of a silly, uh, study because if you smoke and put stuff in your lungs, no matter what it is, it's going to kill you. It could kill you thought about that. Yeah. Why did it What is it? I've thought about that because it's kind of the same, isn't it? You You know, if you're getting higher for smokers of Winston, it makes no difference. You're putting stuff in your heart to kill yourself. Help me out here Money. There's a huge difference between easy in a Winston. Yeah. Pop T big difference now, But there's no difference in the in the, uh, never gone to the car citizens you're putting into your well, Yeah, I mean, there's no difference in the technique on how you smoke, it is Armani. I mean away from what I've been told. Yeah, there's there's a bit of a difference. But Brian Brian has so much to learn. I just well, you smoke one with the left hand, I think is a difference. Yeah, right. Right. And how's forgotten so much over the years? Yeah. What? What, Right what one other story That's trending out there because we didn't get a chance to talk about this the other day. And that is Tolosa. Hello, sir. Yeah, the city of that. Is that a new Tesla? No. It's a new city, a new Super University. Alabama isn't right. Right? Exactly. That's what that's how they pronounce out there. One million Just the $400 billion Yes. $400 billion metropolis to have the new city in America. To be founded by the former WalMart president Marc Lore to be built in the desert, uh, to create a more equitable and sustainable future, they say. 150,000 acre design. Eco friendly, eco friendly architecture, sustainable energy production, drought resistant water systems. I think her buddy at Bass tried that out in the desert. That was different. Not a city. Not together. Biosphere whenever the biosphere Yeah. This is going to have about five million people. Uh, the streets will prioritize bikes and pedestrians as well as slow moving autonomous cars. They'll say that one billion people will be affected by climate change, and they're going to try to help solve it with this, and so they have this new design. By the way, there are a couple of locations in Texas. I was gonna ask you where the spots are looking at Nevada, Utah, Idaho, Arizona, Texas and the Appalachian region are all options. They say What that means is that whoever is developing this is waiting for the best offer. Yes. What from those states? Yeah, that's all that means, Yeah. Our.

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"33,000" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:22 min | 2 weeks ago

"33,000" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"You're drunk or in some cases high. We just got some bad news for those of you. Who support cannabis as a regular part of your life all what happened? What happened now? Is CNN reporting that's adults under 45 years old who consumed cannabis within the last 30 days, smoked it or ate it all, Okay, suffered from nearly double the number of heart attacks than adults who didn't use the drug. So if I smoke a fatty, I'll have a fat attack. Well. This is published by the Canadian Medical Association Journal. A, uh, cannabis refers to psycho active preparations of the Cannabis sativa plant. It's basically the THC to get you high. So they said that adults 18 to 44, including the U. S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention surveys in 2017 and 18. They combined those With 33,000 adults. By the 17% of adults who reported using cannabis within the previous month. 1.3% later had a heart attack. While only 0.8% of nine cannabis users reported the same. So we're talking 1.0 point five Wait. You say 1.3% reported a heart attack? Yeah. Out of 33,000. Yeah, give or take people. Yeah, that's so what is that? Like, three right now? I don't know. I mean math. It's hard here, but it's a small amount. Right. 33 30 something like I don't really know how they came to the conclusion based on the little research that I have before me. But anyway, uh, they said 17% of adults who reported using the weed within the previous month. A weed Of those 1.3% had a heart attack, while only 0.8, a non cannabis users reported the same. So it sounds to me like the 0.8. There's still people that are 25 to 44 years old that are still having heart attacks. Which says simply talking about their diet. Where only does you know doing the gadget, doesn't it? Wow. So okay, so 0.8 to 1.3. So we're talking 0.5. That's what I said. Yeah. So a half a percent difference. Correct. You know what it's it's called life. It's the game of chance. Yeah, I think that's a spin the wheel and see what happens. It's like we see this every time with the guy that lives to be 126,.

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"33,000" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:32 min | 3 weeks ago

"33,000" Discussed on AP News

"Some 600 homes and other buildings threatening 33,000. Others. This is a P news. Texas governor Greg Abbott says he will sign the just past GOP election bill. It restricts voter access. Dropbox is pulling hours absentee balloting and makes it illegal for election officials to reject a party appointed pool watcher. USA Gymnastics proposing on more than $400 million settlement with survivors of the Larry Nassar sexual abuse scandal, nearly three years after USA Gymnastics filed for bankruptcy in the wake of the Larry Nassar scandal, the organization and the Survivors Committee representing hundreds of women have filed a joint $425 million settlement proposal in U. S bankruptcy court. Nasser, who worked as a sports doctor for USA Gymnastics, and Michigan State University, is in prison in Michigan for sexual assault and possession of child pornography. The proposal needs to be approved by the survivors and any other creditors. Votes must be in by November. 8th and written objections are due by November. 19th. A confirmation hearing is scheduled for early December. I might grow CIA. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News AP News I'm to McGuire president Biden defense, the decision to withdraw and the withdrawal itself from Afghan Instead, I was not going to extend this forever War. And I was not extending forever Exit. In a speech at the White House, the president said the airlift, which evacuated more than 110,000, people from Afghanistan was a success. The extraordinary success of this mission Was due to the incredible skill bravely and selfless courage of the United States military and our diplomats and intelligence professionals president adding that the 200 to 100 or so Americans still left in the country, and thousands of Afghans seeking to leave still have that chance. Congressional Republicans criticizing the withdrawal, some calling for Biden to quit this the right thing to do. For the president of the United States. To preserve some modicum of honor. And two step down. Louisiana Congressman Clay Higgins Power remains out to more than one million homes and businesses in New Orleans and much of southern Louisiana and Mississippi due to Hurricane Ida. Outage includes grocery stores, gas stations and more famous, Dina Creswell says those who left before the storm should stay put. For now We understand many people are away from their homes and want to get back in their homes. But I strongly encourage everybody. Please listen.

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"33,000" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:07 min | 3 weeks ago

"33,000" Discussed on AP News

"Some 600 homes and other buildings threatening 33,000. Others. This is a P news. Texas governor Greg Abbott says he will sign the just past GOP election bill. It restricts voter access. Dropbox is pulling hours absentee balloting and makes it illegal for election officials to reject a party appointed pool watcher. USA Gymnastics proposing on more than $400 million settlement with survivors of the Larry Nassar sexual abuse scandal, nearly three years after USA Gymnastics filed for bankruptcy in the wake of the Larry Nassar scandal, the organization and the Survivors Committee representing hundreds of women have filed a joint $425 million settlement proposal in U. S bankruptcy court. Nasser, who worked as a sports doctor for USA Gymnastics, and Michigan State University, is in prison in Michigan for sexual assault and possession of child pornography. The proposal needs to be approved by the survivors and any other creditors. Votes must be in by November. 8th and written objections are due by November. 19th. A confirmation hearing is scheduled for early December. I might grow CEO I'm Tim Maguire AP News So here we go coming in three coming in 321. Defense of leaving. I'm Tim Maguire with an A P news minute. President Biden defends the evacuation from Afghanistan during which more than 100,000 people, including some 5500, Americans, made it out of the country which fell to the Taliban 90% of Americans in Afghanistan. Wanted to leave were able to leave. For those remaining Americans. There is no deadline. Biden says he had two choices either follow through on the commitment made by the last administration and leave Afghanistan. Or say we weren't leaving and commit another tens of thousands more troops. Going back to war. Texas Republican Congressman Michael McCaul We left Afghanistan. As a Taliban celebrated their victory. And we've all seen the images and how sickening It is we had an unconditional surrender. To the Taliban. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News I'm.

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"33,000" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:36 min | 3 weeks ago

"33,000" Discussed on AP News

"Some 600 homes and other buildings threatening 33,000. Others. This is a P news. Texas governor Greg Abbott says he will sign the just past GOP election bill. It restricts voter access. Dropbox is pulling hours absentee balloting and makes it illegal for election officials to reject a party appointed pool watcher. USA Gymnastics proposing on more than $400 million settlement with survivors of the Larry Nassar sexual abuse scandal, nearly three years after USA Gymnastics filed for bankruptcy in the wake of the Larry Nassar scandal, the organization and the Survivors Committee representing hundreds of women have filed a joint $425 million settlement proposal in U. S bankruptcy court. Nasser, who worked as a sports doctor for USA Gymnastics, and Michigan State University, is in prison in Michigan for sexual assault and possession of child pornography. The proposal needs to be approved by the survivors and any other creditors. Votes must be in by November. 8th and written objections are due by November. 19th. A confirmation hearing is scheduled for early December. I might grow CEO I'm Tim Maguire. AP News BIDEN Afghanistan I'm Tim Maguire with an A P news minute president Biden says it was time to end the U. S involvement in Afghanistan. I was not going to extend this forever War I was not extending forever Exit. The president says some 5500 U. S citizens were among the more than 110,000 people airlifted out of Kabul. For those who have them the gas around them. Generators are humming across Louisiana parts of Mississippi. As people check out the damage caused.

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"33,000" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:25 min | 3 weeks ago

"33,000" Discussed on KOMO

"Of Lake Tahoe have been given evacuation orders this after the fire forced roughly 22,000 people in South Lake Tahoe, California. To flee their homes and police say a man fatally shot a 24 year old who tried to rob him in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood early today. The police departments as officers were sent to investigate the shooting this morning found a man on the sidewalk with a gunshot wound. Police say officers provided medical aid. But the man was pronounced dead at the hospital Officers interviewed a 39 year old men at the scene who said he shot the man because the guy was trying to rob him. The Senate and House of Representatives are on recess right now. But Vice President Kamala Harris went to the hill to gavel in a session in the Senate. Why I could. Hachi is following this for ABC News and spoke with Cuomo's Bill O Neill. Like what warranted the VP to show up on Capitol Hill? Well, it was all in an effort to provide more help and assistance. For Americans who were evacuated from Afghanistan over the past month, obviously from the Taliban taking over the country now the Senate passed the bill today to assist Americans who were forced to leave Afghanistan amid the US withdrawal from the country. Vice President Kamala Harris, making a rare recess appearance to preside over the chamber now under the Department of Health and Human Services, the catbird. This was originally a $1 million annually. This legislation Would raise it to $10 million for this fiscal year, as well as the next now. Vice President Kamala Harris preside over the Senate's pro former session where the bill was cleared with no objections. For the Senate action. White House officials said Harrison's presence was to allow the passage of a bill that will help with the wrapper the repatriation of Americans coming from Afghanistan. That the legislation, which cleared the House last week, boost repatriation funding to aid more than 5000 Americans, who were evacuated from the country this month after the Taliban rapidly took over. Lawmakers say these people have been uprooted and the fund will be used for some short term necessities like housing. Uh, sustainable, Uh, measures food and in some cases, transportation now, as far as government spending goes, $10 million is not aligned. This money is different than what would be spent on Afghan refugees, right? That is different. This is a completely separate fund meant for Just Americans, and I said before, it was always a relatively small fund. I mean, whenever we talk about budgets coming from the federal government, we're talking about hundreds of billions of dollars, sometimes even to the trillions of dollars. This was the budget item that went from $1 million to $10 million because the program in and of itself doesn't really necessarily get used too much. But we're seeing the rare circumstance of an influx of not necessarily refugees, but actual Americans who have been forced out of their situations overseas. This money will help them find temporary housing. Really sometimes even just to get food and make sure that they have places to get around, obviously, because they were forcibly removed from their situation that they've been living in for quite some time Previously, then meanwhile, there are those Afghan refugees themselves of Afghan nationals, right? Absolutely. And though, that you're seeing an influx of those refugees all around the country, they're flying into ports and bases. Eventually going out to certain communities and those communities right now they have a task of making sure that they how these Afghan refugees and try to help them assimilate into society. As obviously as we know, right now, they simply don't have a place to go. A B C s. I could judgy with us on the common news line. And that's commas. Bill O'Neill. Now that the U. S has pulled out of Afghanistan we're hearing of a young American boy who was left behind ABC is Alex Stone with the story. He's only three years old, Born near Sacramento. His passport shows he is a U. S citizen, but he's unable to get out with his father, who was a U. S permanent resident. James Brown is a veterans advocate who has been fighting to get the boy and his family to safety when the boy's family trying to get to the airport before the U. S pullout, and they were stopped by a Taliban checkpoint, and they receive Physical beatings at the gate colleagues. KGO TV report The boy and his family are on the move that they've linked up with other Americans and are trying to flee without the normal channels of the U. S. Government. Alex Stone, ABC Nares Time now for our propel insurance money Update. Here's Jim Tesco. No new closing highs for any of the market.

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"33,000" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:57 min | 3 weeks ago

"33,000" Discussed on WCPT 820

"To make sure that they're keeping their communities safe and many of them at the same time struggling with their own losses to their own homes. Mike Richards is out of another job. He stepped down from hosting TV's Jeopardy after the death of Alex Trebek. He loved this show. And everything it stood for. He made some comments demeaning to women. Now Richards is out as executive producer of Jeopardy and Wheel of Fortune. Sony Pictures Television cited internal difficulties. A huge fire fighting forces gathered to defend Lake Tahoe from a raging wildfire. People in areas south have been evacuated near the California Nevada border, not much movement. Today. Stocks have been slightly lower before the closing bell. This is a P news. Murder conviction is being dropped against demand serving a life sentence for a fire that killed five Children near Detroit. A prosecutor says critical evidence that cast doubt on the case was never shared with the defense before the 2000 and six trial. Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald says that evidence includes a video interview with a survivor who told police That Juwan during didn't set the fire, McDonald says during didn't get a fair trial, adding quote. This is a dark day for this office during his now 50 was convicted of murder in a 2000 House fire in Royal Oak Township. Authorities at the time said the fire was revenge for drug debts, though during repeatedly declared his innocence, and no one could identify him as being at the property. I'm Shelley Adler, the Texas House gave final approval to a sweeping read. Right of the state's election laws. This was spurred in part by the 2020 election. Ed Donahue, AP News This is 8:20 A.m., w, c p T, Willow Springs and streaming Worldwide. W cpt 8 20 dot com We are Chicago's progressive talk where facts matter. Now. U W C P T A 20 Chicago traffic update. The elbow inside of the Eaton's slow go up to two E avenue, where that exit ramp is closed with a rolled over semi crash either way between Lago role in the junction 19 minutes. Entity, Outbound bumper to bumper but Lansky to Harlem 11 to the split nine in the express, half hour out to the airport and mount on the Nangle accident crash. We'll hear back in 31 21 of them off the junction like outbound stopping going from Damon out the 25th Avenue in the circle of 23 90 47 Stevenson Outbound then is jam bent from the Dan Ryan out to Central with the crash. Now off on the left shoulder from Disable Lakeshore Drive after the dry day 35 out of 3, 55 and 43. That's traffic. I'm Mary the badges. Remember when you get to work to hop over.

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Uber Announces 33000 Drivers Joined Its US Platform in May

Daily Tech Headlines

00:15 sec | 4 months ago

Uber Announces 33000 Drivers Joined Its US Platform in May

"Buber announced thirty three thousand drivers joined. It's us platform during the week of may seventeenth increasing active driver hours by four point. Four percent over the previous week marking a new record for drivers since the start of twenty. Twenty one uber. Didn't say that number compares to pre pandemic

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Joe Biden Statement on Hunter Biden

The Dan Bongino Show

01:05 min | 4 months ago

Joe Biden Statement on Hunter Biden

"To play this cut. So you know that Joe Biden has made it crystal clear that Sergeant Schultz, man, he don't know nothing about nothing about nothing. Listen to me. Listen to Joe Biden. Here. Check this out on your son. Hunter Biden. President Trump says Swee'pea Joe has real problems Remind me of crooked Hillary and over 33,000. We did e mails what the Ukraine charges about. You have been debunked and were unfair. There's one thing that a lot of Democrats even do wonder about. That is Hunter Biden. Your son was getting paid a lot of money to serve on the board of the Ukrainian energy company facing serious corruption charges. You were the vice president, running point. Ukraine, the average Joe hears that and says that sounds fishing. What's your understanding of what your son was doing for an extraordinary amount of money? I don't know what he was doing. I know he was on the board. I found out he was on the board after he's on the board. And that was it. And there's nobody. There was a lot of time. Isn't this something You want to get to the bottom of? No, because I trust my son. But that doesn't pass the smell

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COVID-19 Testing Down in the State of Washington

News, Traffic and Weather

00:47 sec | 5 months ago

COVID-19 Testing Down in the State of Washington

"Covert testing is down in the state compared to last winter because Kelly Blair reports state leaders want to remind people the need for testing remains important. Getting a covert test in Washington is now easier than it was last year, but fewer people are getting them. The emphasis is now on getting the vaccine, but doctors Theresa 40 knows the state's leader on Corona virus testing says These tests help them figure out the level of spread in the state. If you feel like you need a test to wanna test get attacked. I mean, they're more available and they were before we need to understand. You know what variants are circulating. In the last couple weeks about 20,000 people a day in the state have been tested down from a peak of 33,000 doctor for Tino says these results help Health leaders make decisions about opening up. Kelly Blier common

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Florida sues feds about Atlanta-based CDC cruise ban in U.S.

Atlanta's Morning News

00:22 sec | 6 months ago

Florida sues feds about Atlanta-based CDC cruise ban in U.S.

"Only get anchors Aweigh. The governor's go into court filing a lawsuit against the federal government and the CDC. Demanding that our cruise ships be re opened immediately. He calls it irrational not to set sail. The Atlanta based CDC revised his industry guidelines but holds off on a sale date from U. S Ports. Georgia process is more than 33,000 new unemployment

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"33,000" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:07 min | 6 months ago

"33,000" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"On 6 $10 rate are nice and quiet for the moment, Boy. It's warm 91 degrees in Davey. It's 91 is well in Hialeah at 201 and its specter business as usual at Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International after a suspicious car. Shut down traffic there for nearly six hours this morning. This all began around one this morning when a driver saw smoke coming out of his hood pulled into the airport parked on the upper level to check the wires near his engine. Broward Sheriff's deputies were then called in to investigate. You take a few hours to do that, and to ultimately determine that those suspicious wires were not a threat, so and all clear was given around seven o'clock in the morning. Yes, Oh, spokesman carry, Kat says parts of terminals two and three were evacuated. Planes were delayed stuck on the tarmac for nearly six hours. Until the all clear er Wendi Grossman. NewsRadio 16 The B U Y O D Covert vaccine, made by five year protects patients as young as 12 years old, and experts want then expanded emergency use authorization this summer so kids can go back to school. Baylor Infectious disease expert Dr Peter Hotez says this should be a priority potentially have not only the teachers and staff vaccinated but also the adolescence in middle school Junior High school in high school, he says. It's still going to be a while before we get the Data on how the vaccine works for kids under age 12 hotels thinks that will likely come next year. South Florida federal prosecutors charging the leader of the notorious Mexican drug cartel and five others for their alleged roles and importing into the United States more than £1100 of Mexican methamphetamine. Seizure by Miami Dade authorities marks the largest in county history. The drugs allegedly made their way to the U. S inside concrete tiles and five gallon paint buckets. After a return of the playoffs last season, the Marlins are back on the diamond looking for more the crack of the bat in the air at the Lone Depot Center, with the Miami Marlins hosting the reigning American League champ Tampa Bay Rays in the three game season opening theories. Marlins general manager Kim Ng has high expectations. I hope to be there in early October, he says. This team is designed to succeed. I think there are a number of ways that this team can win. I don't think we're one dimensional. I think we're multifaceted. Clearly. It's a team that's built around. It's starting pitching. She credits the great farm system Aircraft Registry is Radio six n W A R D until the coverage on our sister station 9 40 wins that gets under way in just about an hour, three o'clock first pitch shortly after four p.m. Easter is affecting another vaccination site. Jackson health system announcing its three locations will be closed on Easter Sunday. Everyone scheduled to have their second shots on that date will get a tax tour email telling them to return Monday. It reminds people to get their second vaccine within the 18 to 24 days of the original vaccination date. News is brought to you by the Perry Financial Group stopped gambling with your retirement funds, everything in positive territory on the Dow. It's up 163 points. 33,000 won 44 the NASDAQ Cup 199 points S and P 500 is up. 38 204 back with more news at 2 30 Rush Limbaugh Show continues after a check on whether I'm Al Lewis NewsRadio 6 10 w y o d right chance at 80% this afternoon through this.

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Stock Market More Volatile Amid Concerns About Inflation

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

01:19 min | 6 months ago

Stock Market More Volatile Amid Concerns About Inflation

"Finished at a record high yesterday, by the way, once again fact, let me give you that number. We're now at 1 33,071 on the Dow this morning, however, for edging lower inflation seems to be the watchword tech shares or are coming under pressure because Treasury yields are renewed rise when I say Treasury yields, That means bond prices are up. People flood the bonds. We didn't get a better return. They come out of stock take their money out of stocks but over the bonds. We all remember the only thing making stocks or bonds go up or down is more buying than selling. So for selling stocks to buy bonds, that means stock's gonna go down. That's what's happening this morning. A lot of volatility right now again tied to concerns about inflation. We have a market based inflation concern because there is a $3 trillion spending planets could be announced tomorrow by Joe Biden. It's about rebuilding the country's infrastructure that makes Mark. It's a little bit nervous. We start spending more money like that, especially on top of the stimulus, and the market's been little stalled out. So I think we're gonna be sort of in a wait and see mode here for a couple of days right now douse even from yesterday 33,000 ish where we set where we stop with the record yesterday s and P down 10 at 39 48 right now on NASDAQ, climbing out of a bigger whole, they had earlier doubt NASDAQ was down about 1% earlier. Now we're down about half a percent, So it seems to be going better than we anticipated. 8 12,073,

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Dallas County will get more than 59,000 of the 900,000 first COVID-19 vaccine doses Texas is set to receive

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

00:28 sec | 6 months ago

Dallas County will get more than 59,000 of the 900,000 first COVID-19 vaccine doses Texas is set to receive

"Texas continuing to urge residents to get registered for our cove in 19 vaccine, and there's gonna be a lot more vaccine to get registered for because the state is set to receive 900001st doses this week. Ellis County will get a little more than 59,000 doses. Tarrant County will see around 48,000 Collin County. Getting around 33,000. Denton County will get 6000. You can check our website K l i f dot com For a list of registration sites. Number of newly

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U.S. Stimulus Checks Start to Land in Bank Accounts

Morning Edition

03:37 min | 6 months ago

U.S. Stimulus Checks Start to Land in Bank Accounts

"May be some money from the government there. Now. Over the weekend, The first of those $1400 stimulus payments started showing up in people's accounts theorists has the job of sending them out yet another project for the agency right in the middle of tax season, NPR's Brian Naylor reports. It's been a rough decade or so, for the I. R. S budgets were slashed. There was a hiring freeze and a loss of workers. Tony reared in as president of the National Treasury Employees Union, which represents many I R s workers Since 2000 and 10 the iris has lost nearly 33,000. Employees. It makes it very difficult for the agency to do its tax work when you know they've lost more than 20% of the workforce. Then a year ago, the Corona virus pandemic hit the filing deadline for 2019 taxes was extended to July and the I. R S is still behind in processing those returns. And now, with the 2020 filing season underway, the agency has new responsibilities. It needs to issue the latest stimulus payments to some 85% of American households, according to President Biden and implement other provisions as well. It is big task on top of filing season. As well as the other stimulus measures that were put in place by the bill that Samantha Jacoby she's with the nonprofit center on budget and Policy Priorities, She says the Iris will get some help in the bill and infusion of $1.4 billion to modernize the agency's 50 year old software platform. The IRAs knows how big of a task this is and how important it is. They've got this big infusion of funding, which is really important. There could be some hiccups. But the Iris is working really hard to get this relief to people. The IRA says it's reviewing the just past, Billa spokesman telling NPR the measure is a really heavy lift in some respects. Nina Olson, a former taxpayer advocate at the agency, says the iris should be pretty well prepared to issue the stimulus payments. I think that the stimulus checks are the least of their worries in this Sense that they've done this twice for in the last 12 months. They have the programming in place for most of it. Certainly with the December around, they showed how quickly they could respond, but also says another provision of the measure could be a bit more complicated. It's the new monthly child tax credit of up to $300 per child that Democrats included in the bill. Which the I R. S is going to have to figure out how to implement its A new pro. Graham. It requires monthly payments. Although the issuance of monthly payments is to me the least of their worries. It's are you paying out the money to the right people, you know if the child is moved to somebody else's household Or another child is added, and another provision in the bill, which makes unemployment insurance payments. Tax exempt for many Americans is a further complication. Many taxpayers have already filed their 2020 returns and may have paid taxes. They no longer Oh, says Samantha Jacoby. The good news is starting last year. The Iris will now allow people who want to amend returns to do so. Elektronik Lee, which wasn't the case in the past, and that might make it a little bit easier for some people, But she says it's clearly a big challenge for the I. R. S to carry out. All that's been put on its plate with the new legislation, and it's going to take some time. Brian Naylor. NPR News, the first Western country to get

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Remembering Fukushima: 10 Years After The Devastation

The World

02:07 min | 7 months ago

Remembering Fukushima: 10 Years After The Devastation

"Today. Exactly. One year ago, the World Health Organization announced officially that the planet had indeed entered a pandemic. That's been our world ever since. Also today a decade ago and nine point earthquake that devastated Japan, then a tsunami consumed towns and cities along Japan's northeast coast. Half a million people were forced from their homes and estimated 20,000 people died. Within 2000 people missing still and a meltdown at the Fukushima nuclear power plant this afternoon at 2 46 the time the quake hit a moment of silence across Japan to remember the devastation marked by sirens. Homo home. They're not stupid. At the National Memorial Service. Emperor Naruhito about the importance of unity and in the northeast city of Natori. I loved it. Dove shaped balloons released into the sky a decade on tens of thousands of people who once lived near the Fukushima nuclear power plant. Still can't return home. Today we're going to revisit the port city of Ishinomaki, one of the cities hardest hit by the tsunami. I was there two months after the disaster. It's absolutely surreal here and issuing a Marquis. The destruction the wreckage just coming here For the first time. It looks like the whole thing was put into a blender. The whole city I saw where walls of water up to three stories high had smashed into the shore at top speed. Wave after wave surged inland from miles 33,000 homes were partially or totally destroyed. Walking through the splintered rubble that day, I was surrounded by demolition and construction. And very personal debris Everywhere you look there are reminders that people used to live here. Old photo albums, record collections themselves a history lesson of the last 50 years. Baby monitors clocks that stopped when the tsunami head I met Aya

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"33,000" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:02 min | 7 months ago

"33,000" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Hamilton were arraigned this afternoon on charges including murder, abuse of a corpse and tampering with evidence. Police say that gods they originally reported her son, James Hutchinson, missing Sunday but later admitted to dragging the boy with her car and then throwing his body into the Ohio River with Hamilton's help. Ghazni is being held on $1 million bond. Hamilton's bond set at $104,000 the murder charge tagged onto Ghazni. Suspect in a deadly shooting this injured after exchanging gunfire with police in Michigan. Cincinnati police say a third person has now died after gunfire rang out in Evanston Sunday night, and the man they believe is responsible is in critical condition in Detroit after a shootout with police there. Cincinnati police responded to the 3600 block of Idlewild Avenue a little before seven o'clock Sunday night and found four people suffering from gunshot wounds. 35 year old Andrew Wesley and 33 year old Timothy Duker were killed as a result later on 28 year old Britney Waggoner was found dead nearby on Victory Parkway. Police identified her husband, Chandra Moore, as a suspect. He fled to Detroit overnight and around nine o'clock this morning, was shot by officers after he drew a gun and fired on them. No one else was injured there. Ricky you Chino News radio 700 WLW, Ohio Today, reporting over 1400 cover 19 cases and 49 New desk and talking, reported its lowest daily case count since late December, 509 reported in the last 24 hours with 15 new deaths, 130 independent pharmacies in Kentucky will be receiving their first doses of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine this week. Over 33,000 doses of that particular vaccine will enter Kentucky. His Reds update Cactus League action this afternoon in May. So the Reds falling to the Athletics, 13 5 and seven innings. They returned a good year tomorrow to face the Los Angeles Angels. Who here right here on the Big One. Coverage starts at 7 35 1st pitch 805 R Next update isn't nine o'clock I'm song Gallagher News Radio 700 wlw confidence is pretty much everything for.

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Republicans Push Back On Historic Nomination Of Deb Haaland For Interior Secretary

Pacifica Evening News

02:43 min | 7 months ago

Republicans Push Back On Historic Nomination Of Deb Haaland For Interior Secretary

"And Natural Resource is committee today held confirmation hearings for New Mexico representative Deb Holland to be the next secretary of interior. A confirmation would be historic. She would be the first Native American Cabinet member in the nation's history. Her nomination by President Biden has also been criticized by oil State Republicans because of her stated opposition issues such as to fracking in the Dakota access pipeline. Ecuadorian reports from Fresno. The history being made by Deb Holland's nomination was hailed by all on the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, even those who are skeptical of her policy views The special nature of the moment was evident as the New Mexico congresswoman introduced herself to the committee and the nation. I spent summers in the Sita, or small village on Laguna Pueblo, the location of my grandparent's traditional home. It was there that I learned about my culture from my grandmother by watching her cook and by participating in traditional feast days and ceremonies, it was in the cornfields with my grandfather, where I learned the importance of water. And protecting our resource is where I gained a deep respect for the Earth Committee chair, Joe Manchin outlined the immensity of the task. The Interior Department manages 500 million acres of land. 1/5 of the entire country. The 70,000 employees oversee Parks Monuments Wildlife refuge because dams, reservoirs and canals. It also supervisors mineral resource lands that produced 20% of the nation's energy. Citing previous statements Deb Holland had made about fossil fuel production. Wyoming Senator John Barrasso, the committee's ranking member, set the theme which Republican members came back to repeatedly. Oil production in federal lands and oil pipelines, especially the Dakota access pipeline. By signing an executive order to ban all new oil coal gas leases on federal lands. The president is taking a sledgehammer to Western states economies. Ban on federal leasing could result in 33,000 workers losing their jobs in Wyoming. Representative Hollins home state of Wyoming, 62,000 workers stand to lose their jobs. Holland also faced questions over her appearance at protests of the Dakota access pipeline in North Dakota before she was elected to Congress in 2018. Holland said she went there in solidarity with Native American tribes and other water protectors, who felt they were not consulted adequately before the multi state pipeline was approved. President Joe Biden has sense next the project. Conservative

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Los Angeles County Brewery, Restaurant Owners Feel They Have Been Vilified By Health Inspectors During Pandemic

Tim Conway Jr.

01:45 min | 7 months ago

Los Angeles County Brewery, Restaurant Owners Feel They Have Been Vilified By Health Inspectors During Pandemic

"Got a story rolling out in Lancaster and Steve, This isn't just a you know Another brewery. I think this is the oldest brewery in Lancaster is not true that I do not know. No, no, I do not know all he knows they've been there for a while, and they're very popular and there Very good people up there. I've been up there a few times and they're very, very nice people. But why would a woman or a man or anybody get pleasure since and shutting a guy down on Super Bowl Sunday at the you know, after 11 months of trying to scramble just to stay alive. Don't know. And I don't know what her motive was. I can only tell you that this is part and parcel to a lot of the complaints. I'm getting from business owners and restaurant owners about inspectors coming in having a bit of a god complex and coming in. Knowing they have the total power on then some of these restaurants that have been just like repeated targets of the health department where it's like I remember when Barbara for rare County Health Department director said, You know when I say Why is this happening that hammer because, well, we have 33,000 licensed restaurants in L. A county. And she says, You know, it's not. It's not easy to get to all of them like, well, no, because they're fixated on 20 of them, and they keep going back to these 20 over and over and over and over and over. And you know, and I think what happens is that you've got a lot of pushback from restaurant owners because they're like, you know, we've had it and you know, it's what happened with Tin Horn flats in here in Burbank. The place up in Agoura Hills. I think, um I can't remember the name of that place up there. But He was defiant of that also, and and I think that's what was going on with the county. The county is like, you know, they're not gonna back down. They're gonna put all their time. Money and resource is into teaching these people a lesson.

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Weekly jobless claims fall to 779,000

Mike Gallagher

00:30 sec | 8 months ago

Weekly jobless claims fall to 779,000

"Dropped, but it remains historically high showing that Americans is still losing jobs to the pandemic. Labor Department says 779,000 people applied for jobless aid last week down 33,000 from the previous week. However, before the virus surfaced in March applications never top 700,000, the latest unemployment data show just under 18 million people were still receiving jobless benefits in mid January. That's correspondent Mike Kempen. Problem

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California becomes first state to top 3 million virus cases

Morning Edition

00:20 sec | 8 months ago

California becomes first state to top 3 million virus cases

"California has now become the first state in the country with three million confirmed cases of covert 19. It's more cases than there are people in the state of Mississippi, and a million of those cases have come just since Christmas. About one in 13 Californians has been infected and more than 33,000 have died.

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Central and Southern California Have 0 Percent I.C.U. Capacity

Pacifica Evening News

03:11 min | 9 months ago

Central and Southern California Have 0 Percent I.C.U. Capacity

"The strictest stayed home orders in Central and Southern California as hospitals there are diverting care and have run out of intensive care unit beds for covert patients ahead of the presumed post holiday surge. Kristina Honest, Ed filed this report. Pandemic in California is already dire at hospitals in the central and southern part of the state, or L. A county has more than half a million Corona virus infections. That's 25% of the state's 2.1 million cases. More than 33,000 of those were recorded in just the last 24 hour period, and nearly half are from L. A county. This Governor Gavin Newsom. Look at l. A county alone 12 to 15,000 cases a day just in the last few weeks, so obviously having a big impact, taking a big toll on our hospitals, you know, more than 24,200 people have died in California from the coronavirus, According to state data. L. A county's Department of Public Health is reporting 73 deaths In the last 24 hours. The continued high numbers are straining evermore stretch. Hospital resource is, Newsome says, as ICU intensive care unit beds, hit capacity and emergency departments are getting full. Hospitals are now having to divert care. That means they have to send some patients to other hospitals or facilities. Routine. Emergency road care is being slowed down. So do you think this doesn't impact you? If you think somehow you're immune from impact of coded, There's the direct impact. That is the transmission of This virus. There's the indirect impact. God forbid you have a stroke or heart attack in a car accident or you have other acute care needs the impact of these this virus. This pandemic is being felt on the entire hospital system. And that impact obviously could impact each and every one of us. God forbid that were in need of emergency care. Particularly now in L. A county. I see you. Beds are also dwindling and other regions of the state. Like the San Francisco Bay area last week. I see you. Capacity was 15% this week. It's nine somebody area hospitals were canceling elective surgeries, and experts say the worst is yet to come. To do in the weeks following Christmas and New Year celebrations. In an effort to get ahead of that surge to get ahead of that surge, L. A County is imposing a 10 Day quarantine for anyone returning home from out of town travel Governor Newsome says it's likely the state will also follow suit and extend stay at home orders for the San Joaquin Valley and Southern California Doctor Galley in his team likely tomorrow will announce and that's why you see on the slide that 12 29 Announcement they will announce once today's data is collected their projections over the next four week period. It is clear on understandable that it's likely those stayed home orders will be extended. Meanwhile, the state continues to

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Healthcare workers first in line for COVID-19 vaccine

WNYC Programming

00:58 sec | 10 months ago

Healthcare workers first in line for COVID-19 vaccine

"Covert vaccine in the nation's most populous state. As KPCC Jackie 48 reports California expects to vaccinate millions of health care workers by the end of the month. Five health care workers got their first dose of the vaccine at Kaiser permanent a Los Angeles medical Center. California Governor Gavin Newsom called it a light at the end of the tunnel, but cautioned that hospitals are struggling today we received as many doses in the entire state of California as there were new cases in the state of California over 33,000. New cases recorded today. California has recorded more than 1.5 million cases and more than 20,500 deaths, with numbers expected to keep rising hospitalizations have hit record levels. Admissions toe ICUs have risen roughly 70% since the beginning of December, leaving less than 7% of beds available across the state. For NPR News. I'm

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Andrew Cuomo to receive International Emmy for COVID-19 briefings

Outdoorsman Radio Show

00:40 sec | 11 months ago

Andrew Cuomo to receive International Emmy for COVID-19 briefings

"Will receive this year's international Emmy founder's award in recognition of his leadership during the Koven 19 crisis, according to the International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in Saving, the Academy president said the governor's 1 11 daily briefings works so well because he effectively created television. Shows with characters, plot lines and stories of success and failure, the governor said of the honor. But I considered them joint performances, joking that it was his response to questions that enhanced his performance at the news conference is as of this month, New York State has reported more than 33,000 deaths. Michelle Pelino Fox News

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"33,000" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:52 min | 11 months ago

"33,000" Discussed on WJR 760

"Alexa Michigan's temporary ban on indoor dining remains in effect yesterday, A federal judge declined to hold the band, which took effect Wednesday and a scheduled to last for three weeks. The state's restaurant and Lodging association is suing, saying the ban is unfair compared to the treatment of other businesses. Group argues it can take further steps to reduce the risk of the Corona virus without cutting off customers at the start of the pandemic. When there was so much uncertainty, there was a least one thing New Yorkers could count on a daily televised news conference from the governor. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, will receive this year's international Emmy founder's award in recognition of his leadership during the Koven 19 crisis, according to the International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in the same of the Academy president said the governor's 1 11 daily briefings works so well because he effectively created television shows with characters, plot lines and stories of success and failure, the governor said of the honor, But I considered them joint performances, joking that it was his response to questions that enhanced his performance at the news conference is as of this month. New York State has reported more than 33,000 deaths. Michelle Foley, No Fox News As the weather turns colder. Many of us are spending more time indoors. But for hunters, the season is just beginning. And in Idaho, the sale of hunting licenses is up as people seek ways to safely leave the House. Wildlife officials say that's leading to an experienced hunters misidentifying animals. In one county, three moose were legally killed, wildlife officials say. Too, with the animals may have been mistaken for something else. The same goes for a federally protected grizzly bear that a hunter thought was a black bear. Officials say Blatant poaching is also on the rise in northern Idaho. I'm.

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"33,000" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"33,000" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Purity products. Dr. Levin, welcome back to the program. It's great to be here with you today, Pat. Hey, you know, I just mentioned is a toxic world were living in the environment is absolutely polluted. And I got to tell you I'm still shocked by what you sent me. This EPA That tissue survey that basically shows that were all contaminated by plastics and solvents, virtually 100% of us in our tissue. It's downright scary stuff, right? Absolutely. This is a scary subject. And as you mentioned that EPA that issue survey that that was done on 33,000 U. S residents, they found Turpin's plastics, chemical solvents in 100% of the samples, so basically Pat We're all contaminated. Then the environmental working group back in 2006 found that's half water in 42 states is contaminated by more than 140. Unregulated chemicals. Pat, This is the craziest thing of all they do. Studies of umbilical cord blood. They find dozens of chemicals in umbilical cord blood. So I mean, what are we going to do about this? What are we going to do about this toxic environment to cleanse and detoxify our systems on a daily basis? That's the question. So how do we do that? Well, that's where this next generation organic juice cleanse with our special liver support. Blend comes in handy because it has over 30 different Super foods. They nourish all the cells and tissues of your body. You get the vitamins and minerals fighter nutrients that we missed when we don't get that 79 servants a recommended by the FDA, the USDA of fruits and veggies. Bull's on top of that, because it's USDA certified organic. We're not getting any of the pesticides, the herbicides just all that pure organic produce that supports all our tissues. But on top of that goes to work supporting the liver. In its job of cleansing, the detoxifying the systems. You get that cleansing every single day with O. J. C on top of that, Pat best news of all today. We're giving away a free bottle of O. J. C to everybody in the listening audience. Now, purity isn't saying that they're organic juice. Cleanse Khun fix everything, but they are saying that it could be a compelling part of the solution. In fact, the organic juice cleanse is one of the hottest products purity is launched. Probably in the last 10 years. Everybody knows how hot juicing is these days and O. J. C is really organic juicing made simple. So tell everybody about the organic juice Cleanse and why you call it a quote unquote game changer. Oh, yeah, absolutely. Well, we know that using is sweeping the nation. We know it's super healthy, but the problem is, you know it's messy, and it's a big hassle..

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Trump and Biden hold dueling events in battleground states

AM Tampa Bay

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Trump and Biden hold dueling events in battleground states

"President Trump was in the dairy state last night as both presidential candidates held competing events and prime time in battleground states. The president looked to boost enthusiasm during a rally in Wisconsin. At times, focusing on some of his 2016 campaign issues, 33,000 e mails But that wall it's going up. The president also announced another $13 billion in aid for farmers hit financially by the pandemic. A CBS News battleground tracker poll shows President Trump losing to the former vice president in Wisconsin.

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860,000 Americans filed jobless claims last week

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

860,000 Americans filed jobless claims last week

"Claims are below one million for the third week in a row. Labor department figures out this morning show 860,000 Americans file first time claims for unemployment benefits last week 33,000 fewer than the previous week's total. Homebuilding slowed down last month. Housing starts fell 5.1% in August. They're at an annual rate of just over 1.4 million single family housing starts came in at an annual rate of just over one million. That is up from July's 981,000. Financial

"33,000" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"33,000" Discussed on KOMO

"Update chairman and CEO of Fizer says he expects to know whether his company's Corona virus vaccine is effective by next month. We have quite the good sounds more than 60%. But we will know if the product works or not. By the end of October on CBS's face the Nation, Albert Borland also addressed getting the vaccine out to the American people if and when it is approved by the federal government. He says the government will likely work with visor and distributing the vaccine. And he was one of the multiple CEOs who signed a safety pledge last week as they work on a vaccine. Dick talks Chinese own parent company's chosen which American tech giant gets to buy the platform and no, it's not. Microsoft, The owner of Tic Tac has chosen Oracle over Microsoft as its preferred buyer for the popular video sharing APP. Microsoft announced Sunday night. Its bid to buy Take talk was rejected, clearing the way for Oracle. The choice comes a week before President Trump's deadline to ban TIC Tac in the US over privacy and national security concerns due to its Chinese ownership talk, denies any national security risk and is suing to stop the administration from implementing a ban. Derek Dennis. ABC News, Amazon says it's going to hire another 100,000 people to keep up with a surge of online orders. The new hires will help to pack ship or sword orders. These are both part time and full time jobs. Amazon says that this is not related to its typical holiday hiring, and it's in addition to the 33,000 jobs it announced it was creating last week, Amazon says it needs the people at.

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Amazon is hiring 33,000 new employees with an average compensation package worth $150,000

Talking Tech

01:11 min | 1 year ago

Amazon is hiring 33,000 new employees with an average compensation package worth $150,000

"You looking for work? Well, Amazon is hiring they're looking for thirty three thousand workers for corporate intech roles with average pay of one hundred and fifty thousand dollars sounds pretty good right? I'm Jefferson Graham. You're listening to talking tech. You know that there've been so many casualties from the pandemic but as I found out when I visited the local ups store today, the ups store had so many boxes waiting to be. Picked up and brought away, I'd say about five times more than average Amazon said that its corporate intent jobs will be centered around Amazon's offices around the country including Denver New York, Phoenix, and the hometown headquarters. In Seattle, the new hires work from home at first but you know Amazon they're going to expect you to show up at the office eventually write this down on September Sixteenth Amazon is going to have an online career fair. To collect resumes and give people a chance to talk to a recruiter. So even if you're not looking for work seriously one hundred and fifty thousand dollars, a year is really good money. You can find out more by going to this website www dot amazon career day dot com.

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"33,000" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"33,000" Discussed on KTRH

"For purity products. Dr. Levin, welcome back to the program. It's great to be here with you today, Pat. Hey, you know, I just mentioned is a toxic world were living in the environment is absolutely polluted. And I got to tell you I'm still shocked by what you sent me. This EPA That tissue survey that basically shows that were all contaminated by plastics and solvents, virtually 100% of us in our tissue. It's downright scary stuff, right? Absolutely. This is a scary subject. And as you mentioned that epoch that issue survey that that was done on 33,000 U. S residents, they found Turpin's plastics, chemical solvents in 100% of the samples, so basically Pat We're all contaminated. Then the environmental working group back in 2006 found that's half water in 42 states is contaminated by more than 140. Unregulated chemicals. Pat, This is the craziest thing of all they do. Studies of umbilical cord blood. They find dozens of chemicals in umbilical port blood. So I mean, what are we going to do about this? What are we going to do about this toxic environment to cleanse and detoxify our systems on a daily basis? That's the question. So how do we do that? Well, that's where this next generation organic juice cleanse with our special liver support. Blend comes in handy because it has over 30 different Super foods. They nourish all the cells and tissues of your body. You get the vitamins and minerals to fight a nutrients that we missed when we don't get that 79 servings today. Recommended by the FDA, the USDA of fruits and vegetables on top of that, because it's USDA certified organic. We're not getting any of the pesticides. The herbicides stirs all that pure organic produce that supports all our tissues. But on top of that goes to work supporting the liver in its job of cleansing, detoxifying the systems. You get that cleansing every single day with O. J. C on top of that, Pat best news of all today. We're giving away a free bottle of O. J. C to everybody in the listening audience. Now, purity isn't saying that they're organic juice. Cleanse Khun fix everything, but they are saying that it could be a compelling part of the solution. In fact, the organic juice cleanse is one of the hottest products purity is launched. Probably in the last 10 years. Everybody knows how hot juicing is these days and O. J. C is really organic juicing made simple. So tell everybody about the organic juice Cleanse and why you call it a quote unquote game changer. Oh, yeah, absolutely. Well, we know that using is sweeping the nation. We know it's super healthy, but the problem is, you know it's messy, and it's a big hassle..

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"33,000" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"33,000" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Is 33,000 years ago. That's more than 21,000 years earlier than previously believed. Archeologist found thousands of stone tools they were able to date. Brian shook NBC News radio. I heart radio is number one for podcasts. We have over 250,000 available to you right now, and they're all free by downloading the I heart radio app. Here's a preview of one of our science centric podcast for a trip down the rabbit hole. Welcome to Howstuffworks now and your host Lauren Vogel Bomb, a researcher and writer here, HowStuffWorks. Every week. I'm bringing three stories from our team about the weird and wondrous advances we've seen in science, technology and culture. This week, a college kid turned a standard Honda Civic into a self driving vehicle for 700 bucks and unrelated picky Eating in adults is now a diagnosable disorder. But first staff editor Eve's Jeffcoat and our freelance writer Dave Ruse, explore topical political question. Who does the United States Secret Service protect and why, for how long and what cost between January in the end of February. Donald Trump Jr and his brother, Eric, visited Uruguay, the Dominican Republic, Dubai in Canada to celebrate the opening of new Trump branded hotels and golf courses and to check on other trump organization projects and potential investments. Secret Service officers throughout the brothers on these trips with US taxpayers covering the bodyguards, airfare, hotel rooms and meals..

"33,000" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"33,000" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Looks like loaded mid nineties here for Saturday and Sunday for your fourth of July weekend. It will be cooler lakeside through the next 56 days are next chance for rain arrives here Monday. But we'll hold into the nineties looks like through the middle of next week from the W G in weather Center. I'm Paul Conrad here, the lungs, Department of Public Health says. The states added another 128 confirmed cases of covert 19. In the past 24 hours, 30 more people have died from the disease in the past day laboratory say they've gone through 33,000 plus specimens. They have now tested over 1.6 million the early seven day statewide positivity cases as a percent of total tested from June 24th to the end of the month, 2.6%. Indiana is going to keep its capacity limits in place for restaurants, bars and entertainment venues. They are concerned about a possible increase in Corona virus cases. The state's reopening plan had called for those restrictions to be lifted this weekend. But Governor Eric Holcomb is going to keep them in place at least until July. 18th. Oregon being added to the list of states where wearing a mask is mandatory, effective immediately. Masks are now mandatory statewide in Oregon, Oregon, with sandwiched by statewide mask rules in California in Washington state. Now Governor Kate Brown, saying masks must be worn in public every where in Oregon, the governor, saying they'll be mandated in all indoor places where the public go. That's a B C's Alex Stone with covert 19 cases surging nationwide private test cos they're trying to keep up with the demand. Here is a B C's Lionel.

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"33,000" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

NPR's World Story of the Day

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"33,000" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

"Oh my estimates working in this field for quite a while is that it's at least two threetimeshigher acting no we probably find more often debts than in the past some in deposits was little articles and nobody was interested to know everything that is happening is booming in the media but of course you never know what kind of rooting people all day can disappear somewhere in the mountains for example anderson at families contact you now hoping to get information about their missing relatives had his that work at one of the reasons for us to keep this list is also kind of a gray for memorial and it also as a consequence that we sometimes get a phone call from africa odd people ask us do you know where my brother ace and honestly we never know because i think as many people in africa disappeared right in ah over the years of course the list his ground it started in two thousand than ten thousand now again it's thirty three thousand people what are you want policymakers and people in europe to think when they see this list what he want them to do in europe where we have so often forty students should never again happen to people died her as refugees that it's happening again and that's our main campaign target to make known what is happening and to try to get to political parties to create a vision on migration in europe for in its rumblings and that vision now um i mean is that completely open doors habits that's a very difficult question but open doors sir no i don't think schubert at the moment in europe we don't have any immigration policy there's not a system like green cards like in america but if we want to change that we have suit to work or more peaceful world around us so stop the war in syria mix short at the africa undeveloped economically because of course we cannot have everybody living together in one small town and we have to disobey resources better hats attests thank you so much thank you had asked ss director and cofounder.

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"33,000" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

NPR's World Story of the Day

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"33,000" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

"The german newspaper their tagespiegel last week printed a list that was 48 pages long a list of names ages nationalities of more than thirty three thousand people who have died trying to reach europe the dutch group united for intercultural action has worked with nonprofits across europe to compile this list here to addis is it's director he started the list more than two decades ago at first to call attention to people who died trying to cross a river from poland into germany pupil trunk trimmed or border river or poland to germany in the gold killed turns with them and both sides the border guards didn't want to have to dead bodies owner were pushing which takes on the dead body soda to float the wearing to the baltic she earned is in our opinion was roddick anyalysts with nobody paid attention because with wasser once a week made me a little message in a small newspaper local unit dead body was found and we started to notice because we are networking working ride at this much more than we realise in this out started and how are you able to verify people's identities identities it's difficult for a large part on this list people have no name so we call it turned led to know manisco in because even in warsaw governments tried to bury their debts with a name and most refugees such as burnt without any name like sometimes on the list that persons name will just be listed as very meek from congo of course we never spoke to her dentist the news we got from the network and we always tried to have two or three different sources so everything that's insecure we don't publish how accurate do you think that is do you think there are many more that you have not been able to document especially now in this new wave of people trying to reach europe.

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