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Alec Baldwin Blames Safety Officer Following Fatal 'Rust' Shooting

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 12 hrs ago

Alec Baldwin Blames Safety Officer Following Fatal 'Rust' Shooting

"Alec Baldwin Alec not the great Adam Alec Can we start this hour over somehow in America On the Chris Cuomo project on YouTube yesterday Cut 16 goes You say you never pulled the trigger but the gun went off You do the ABC interview and it was kind of left there That would not make sense to people If a bullet comes out of a gun they say well then someone fired You're familiar with your hand This did not come from me This came from the DA's office themselves You're familiar with what fanning a gun is If you've heard of that phrase standing a gun but explain if you pull the hammer back and you don't lock the hammer If you pull the hammer back pretty far in old western movies you'd see someone fan the hammer of the gun The hammer didn't lock you pulled it back to an extent where it would fire the bullet without you pulling the trigger without you locking the hammer The man who's the principal safety officer on the set of the film declared that the gun was safe when he handed it to me The person who was the principal safety officer of the film declared in front of the entire assemblage this is a cold gun Now why did he say that If he didn't know if he hadn't checked the point is all of us were told So we're throwing him under the bus Go ahead Working with a gun that's safe to rehearse with But he explained it to me effectively that it's exactly what can happen if you pull a hammer back and let it go If there's a live route there's only one question to ask here Could put a live round in the gun That's it There is no other question to ask

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Fresh update on "abc." discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:16 sec | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "abc." discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"Factor of her relationship with actor Wilmer Valderrama in her new song 29 out Wednesday, but two started dating when she was 17 and he was 29 and now that she's 29, she has thoughts. 17 would never cross my mind thought it was a tease dream of fantasy but it was yours it was in my life the pair dated for 6 years. A new high profile shark entering the Shark Tank Gwyneth Paltrow will be a guest shark on the new season of the ABC investing show, which returns for season 14 next month. You're never drooled for NFTs, 84 year old acting legend Anthony Hopkins getting into the digital game with a collection inspired by his film characters and his own

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Charlie Chats With Anonymous Genius “Kane” of Citizen Free Press

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | 5 d ago

Charlie Chats With Anonymous Genius “Kane” of Citizen Free Press

"I'm sure many of you have noticed in the last couple years how drudge report has just become a left wing rag. It's unreadable. I used to go to drudge all the time. I don't go anymore. There's a new website, though, that is surging in traffic. They do a wonderful job of aggregation and staying on top of the news. It is citizen free press dot com. They're I have to tell you traffic is unbelievable lately. And the man behind citizen free press is someone just called Kane. You could call him Citizen Kane. He stays anonymous so that the left doesn't screw with him and that he's able to continue to operate the website freely to give an idea. Susan free press had a 169 million page views in the month of July. That is more than Politico, The Wall Street Journal Huffington Post, NBC News, TMZ, CBS News Daily Beast, ABC News, and more. And the man behind citizen free press, who is just called Kane. He lives in Bloomington, Indiana, and moraine anonymous for many reasons, of which I fully support, joins us right now. Citizen Kane, who runs citizen free press, how are you? Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks, Charlie. Glad to be here. And yeah, I'll touch on that a little bit. Look, from day one, I wanted to avoid any interaction with David Brock and media manner. And it's only grown in the last 5 years since I've been running the site, so it helps to stay anonymous. And somehow I've been able to do it for 5 and a half years. No one has no one listening has ever recognized that photo. Those are the colonnade of Thomas Jefferson's lawn in Charlottesville at the University of Virginia. So that's actually a reunion photo. So I'm a graduate of the University of Virginia. And used to be a progress grad, but in the new woke UVA, not so proud.

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Kimberley Johnson on How Trump Ruined Bipartisan Mainstream Media

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:08 min | Last week

Kimberley Johnson on How Trump Ruined Bipartisan Mainstream Media

"We you pointed this out, but it's just this mainstream media stuff just drives me insane. You were saying, I don't even hear them cover. They've covered Democrats doomed so many times. I know you're missing the Democrats and pulled ahead in generic polling. There's new polling showing Biden and Harris beating Trump beating desantis showing Harris beating desantis. And they just don't, they're so hard. They never report on that. Yeah. They're just so we D to this storyline, right? And meanwhile, like you said, I think roe is a huge thing, but I think it's not even the only thing. Like, look at the most legislatively successful president since LBJ with a 50 50 Senate. I mean, it is truly every barometer 50 year low in jobless. I mean, the jobless numbers just came out Friday. I mean, I don't know how you can spin it anymore that Biden is an incredibly successful. What do you make of the approval numbers for him because to me it's just this relentless mainstream media coverage that I don't know how we overcome it? Yeah, I mean, I think I know CNN, the guy who wants CNN is like Friends with Donald Trump. Obviously, these people who own, I don't know how many there are who own the major cable. And then obviously the big papers. You know, they're wealthy and unfortunately in some cases wealthy business owners, which prefer Republicans because they get all the tax breaks. And you know, and then they have the friendships and whatever. And I don't know the behind stories, but yeah, there's, you know, the fairness doctrine going away. Right. And 24/7 news that is reliant on views clicks and attention. I think that's where it's coming from an unfortunately people are more concerned about clicks and dollars than they are about just getting the news out. What we used to be as a country where it came to news and we could all no matter what party you were in, go to that ABC News NBC News CBS world news tonight, whatever it was. And we could all just, you know, we might not agree, but we all believed them. Right. No longer happened. We killed that. Right.

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Kremlin says Griner swap must be discussed without publicity

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

Kremlin says Griner swap must be discussed without publicity

"Negotiations for the release of basketball star Brittany griner from a Russian jail continue I think she's going to be freed Former U.S. ambassador to the UN Bill Richardson I think she has the right strategy of contrition a good legal team Richardson who admits to being a catalyst in the negotiations but not directly involved told ABC this week with George Stephanopoulos he's expecting a breakthrough There's going to be a prisoner swap though and I think it'll be two for two involving Paul Whelan We can't forget him Whelan is in a Russian jail on spy charges I'm Shelley Adler

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 Salem Radio's Dennis Prager on the Importance of Talk Radio

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:39 min | Last week

Salem Radio's Dennis Prager on the Importance of Talk Radio

"Have written an amazing piece on your 40th anniversary of talk radio on the things you have learned in those four decades, 5 big lessons. I want to talk about a couple of them, but first, it's not in the article, but you told me how it all started and this peculiar weekend show where you had guests from different denominations. Will you tell us about that show at the beginning, Dennis? Because I love the concept. I began radio at the 32, I think 30, 34 years of age. And it was a blessing changed my life, obviously. There was an extremely popular show in Los Angeles on the ABC radio station. And I mean, so popular that eventually it became the most popular show in Los Angeles, despite the fact that it was broadcast on a Sunday Night, the least likely time for people to listen. But it dominated radio. It was called religion on the line, and it was dominant before I became the host. I just increased it, but I acknowledge it was I knew about it because everybody knew about it. A priest a minister in a rabbi would appear different ones each week, Catholic Protestant Jew, and the host. The host that I that they were thinking of letting go was secular and anti religious. And they were looking for a new host. I don't know if that was the reason, but they were. And by sheer good luck, my name was brought to the general manager of the station. And George green was a legend in radio and for whom I have only deepest gratitude for my life's journey, so he told this woman Roberta Weintraub May she rest in peace. The head of education in Los Angeles said, I need somebody who knows religion knows how to speak, but it's not a clergyman. And she said, I can't believe you're asking that. I just heard this kid at this Jewish institute here in Los Angeles. I went for a weekend there. I heard him lecture, he's terrific. And they said, oh, good, let's try him out. And in the middle of the show, the program director slipped me a note, I wish I had, I still had it. It changed my life. Tell them you'll be on next week.

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Ellen Pompeo will scale back 'Grey’s Anatomy' role

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ellen Pompeo will scale back 'Grey’s Anatomy' role

"About the woman who puts the gray in Grey's Anatomy You will continue to hear her voice in each episode of Grey's Anatomy but her face will not so much When the ABC hospital drama returns for its 19th season in October Ellen Pompeo will be in just 8 episodes That's about a third of the usual per season number for Pompeo who will continue as executive producer and the narrator for the program Meanwhile Pompeo is getting ready to star in another series for Hulu a streaming service that's an ABC sibling to its corporate daddy if you will Disney

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What Wyoming Primary Voters Are Saying About Liz Cheney

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:06 min | 2 weeks ago

What Wyoming Primary Voters Are Saying About Liz Cheney

"Here we are in August and August is also the month in which we have the Wyoming Republican primary. And that means it looks like zhao do Liz Cheney. She is on her way out and everybody kind of knows it. CNN knows it. ABC News knows it based on a recent report, the federalist knows it based on a recent article. These are conversations that these media outlets are having with people in Wyoming and they're stopping random people at like, well in the case of the federalist was the midsummer cowboy festival. Liz Cheney, by the way, made a kind of cami or appearance and then rushed off to do her quote important January 6th committee work. But the woman who hung out and spent a lot of time at the festival was her opponent. This is. Harriet hagerman, who is leading Liz Cheney by, let's see, 25 points, 25 to 30 points depending on which poll you consult. And even Liz Cheney seems to kind of recognize that she's done because she said recently on CNN quote, if I have to choose between maintaining a seat in the House of Representatives or protecting the constitutional republic, look at this woman's grand illusions or delusions. And ensuring the American people know the truth about Donald Trump, I'm going to choose the constitution and truth every single day. So this is basically a politician who has, well, it's not just that she's lost her political marbles. I think what's happened is she has alienated herself so completely that her career move now is to seek opportunities in a completely different direction.

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Frank Luntz: People Do Not Trust Our Government, Institutions

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:19 min | 2 weeks ago

Frank Luntz: People Do Not Trust Our Government, Institutions

"Frank luntz, yesterday, was on ABC with John Carl. Talked about the polling that Gallup has done, and how more people have a negative opinion over the institutions that run this country than ever before. This is in cut number ten and Israel and he's right. Frank luntz is right because people just do not trust the federal government. People do not trust Joe Biden's administration to do what they say they'll do and to do what's best for the American people. Cut number ten. And Napoleon that was done by Gallup more people have a negative opinion over the institutions that run this country than ever before. All time lows. And it's not just The White House or Congress or Republican or Democrats. It's the courts, the Supreme Court. It's healthcare. It's doctors. It's everybody right now. And John at a certain point, this fragile coalition that we call the United States at a certain point, it could come apart. I know you make fun of me for being a pessimist, while sometimes pessimists are correct. I am pessimistic. I am afraid of credibility, and I think we have to tell people the truth. And that's why I go back to the recession. Tell people the truth. If they feel like they're in a recession, they are.

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The Media Defends Biden, Won't Admit We're in a Recession

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

The Media Defends Biden, Won't Admit We're in a Recession

"ABC CBS we're not really in a recession our friends at news busters point that out This is today Cut to go The thing we are looking for later today that GDP report that some economists believe could show the second straight quarter of declines in our economic activity One way that people define a recession is not the official definition of a recession We're looking at this and we're hearing about recession It's almost like a buzzword now Aren't we I mean look we don't know Typically if GDP falls for a second quarter in a row that could signal a looming recession But the Biden administration has been insisting that that is not the case this time around that the economy is simply recalibrating after a post pandemic boom And then we have Brian deese who's been everywhere because he's a moron economic adviser to Biden cut 8 mister producer go We don't want to devolve into the recession labeled debate but I do wonder do you eventually expect the NBR to declare what we're in a recession Well we're certainly at a transition and we are seeing slowing as we all would have expected But I think if you look at the full data and the type of data that NDR looks at virtually nothing signals that this period in the second quarter is recessionary Obviously in the labor market 3.6% unemployment but also 1.2 million jobs in the second quarter 2.7 million jobs over the first half of this year That's not what a typical people or what the MDR would typically think of as recessionary If you've never heard of the NBR before that's okay It's another shiny object I wonder if any women on the NBR women you know People with vaginas I'm just saying that is the typical definition of a woman I

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Former Pence chief of staff testifies to Jan. 6 grand jury

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 weeks ago

Former Pence chief of staff testifies to Jan. 6 grand jury

"I Mike Gracia reporting a top aide to former vice president Mike Pence testifies before a federal grand jury Mark short the former chief of staff to then vice president Mike Pence has testified before a federal grand jury investigating the January 6th 2021 attack on the U.S. capitol A person familiar with the matter who insisted on anonymity says short appeared before the grand jury after receiving a subpoena The appearance was first reported by ABC News which said short testified last week Short who has cooperated with the separate House committee investigating the insurrection was with Pence at the U.S. capitol during the attack on January 6th Mike Gracia Washington

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Ted Koppel's Final Words in Broadcasting

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

00:34 sec | Last month

Ted Koppel's Final Words in Broadcasting

"Dead couple was so pissed off at ABC News for dumping him. And in his final broadcast, after more than 25 years in that seat, he asked his fans to give one of his successors Martin Bashir Cynthia mcfadden and Terry Moran, he said, give him a fair break when they start this new show on Monday. If you don't get copper said, I promise you the network will just put another comedy show in this time slot and then you'll be sorry. That's what Ted Koppel stood on the air.

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Caller: Trump Should Have Been a One & Done President

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:52 min | Last month

Caller: Trump Should Have Been a One & Done President

"So he was never going to get a fair shake, especially in the second term. And it just would have been better if a different candidate had run. Trust me, I'd love Trump. I love what he did for the country, but like I said, he would probably be better and more effective if you could just want to done and then just throw it off into the sunset. Look, I understand exactly where you're coming from, David, and I've heard that argument before. I wonder, though, if this is what the mainstream media strategy is, to basically where everybody out, just with the constant barrage of negative stories flat out lies about Donald Trump and they want to wear everybody down. I agree. It's their strategy, but unfortunately it works on 90% of the people that don't tune in. And I'm aware enough to know that it affects them. I hear from people that work, I hear them say things that are ridiculous. The Trump did. And then he said that I know her flat out lies. But then their heart, they honestly believe it. Oh no, they do. And I hear from conservatives, again, last night got all these text messages from people freaking out. There was a report from axios about ten Republican lawmakers who met with the president. A December 21st, and the whole point was to was to pressure Pence to overturn the election. There's absolutely nothing wrong with it. There's nothing criminal about that, but they're making it out as if this was some sort of a vast conspiracy. It's not. But the average American, David, has got so much going on that they're not paying attention to all of the details. They're getting the headlines and it's not from CNN MSD and C, they're getting them from ABC CBS and NBC. That's where they're getting all of this Trump hatred, and they just buy into it, hook line and sinker.

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Emmy surprises: 'Squid Game,' Dave Chappelle, 'This Is Us'

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last month

Emmy surprises: 'Squid Game,' Dave Chappelle, 'This Is Us'

"We know who's been invited to the Emmy party but some popular shows and actors are left on the outside looking in Two of the most popular broadcast TV shows have ended their network run but will not be able to cap their success with a farewell Emmy off the list of the NBC drama this is us and the ABC comedy black ish as popular as this is us has been over the years It has never won the Emmy for best drama It wasn't just popular broadcast shows left off the list the wildly popular Netflix survival drama Squid Game was not nominated as best drama series If it had been it would have been the first non English language drama series to get that nod It was a mixed bag of news for two comedies that got a lot of attention last year Dave Chappelle's Netflix special got two nominations despite comments that critics took his anti transgender but a special by Louis C.K. was ignored A Moscow's

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Did Biden Sell Millions of Barrels of Oil to China?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:53 min | Last month

Did Biden Sell Millions of Barrels of Oil to China?

"There's a remarkable report, it's now in multiple sources, but you're not seeing it in the mainstream media. This is why you can't get news anymore. You can't expect to get news if you just got ABC CBS, NBC, New York Times. A lot of stuff going on. You're not going to find out about. So the latest is that although Biden said, oh yeah, I'm going to, I'm going to help people with gas prices at the pump. How am I going to do that? I'm going to release oil from the strategic reserve. What little did we know that 5 million barrels of oil from the strategic reserve were released and sent overseas? So, where'd they go? Some of that oil went to India. Some went to the Netherlands. And very interestingly, and I'll talk a little bit more about this in a minute, a good chunk of it about 1 million barrels went to China. Now, why would Biden do that? Ostensibly, the reason he's doing it is he's trying to help these other countries deal with the sanctions of non buying Russian oil. So he's trying to say to India, listen, you don't need to buy Russian oil. We will sell you oil from the strategic reserve. But the Indians don't care. They're still buying Russian oil. And the Chinese are still buying the Russian oil. The Chinese, in fact, that close in their buddies with Russia. In fact, as you know, Putin lend over to China before all the started basically to get the green light for the invasion of Ukraine. So the manifest stupidity of this is should be obvious for all to see, but it's not just about stupidity because as it turns out, there is a kind of corrupt economic motive. The 1 million barrels from the strategic reserve that went to China went to a Chinese state controlled giant that is connected with Hunter

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Trump ally Bannon now willing to testify before Jan. 6 panel

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

Trump ally Bannon now willing to testify before Jan. 6 panel

"The House committee investigating the capitol riot returns to prime time this week The panel will hold two hearings one tomorrow afternoon focused on how white nationalist groups plotted the insurrection and another Thursday It's a very important hearing pay attention GOP congressman Adam kinzinger will help lead the prime time session examining the three hour stretch when Donald Trump failed to act as supporters stormed the capitol Where was he What was he doing Kinzinger on ABC News is this week with George Stephanopoulos ahead of what could be the panel's last hearing Steve Bannon has told the committee he is now ready to testify after being one of the highest profile Trump allies refusing to appear Still it's unclear how much Bannon intense to cooperate Sagar Meghani Washington

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Trump associates' ties to extremists probed by Jan. 6 panel

AP News Radio

01:01 min | Last month

Trump associates' ties to extremists probed by Jan. 6 panel

"Former president Trump's ally Steve Bannon is now willing to testify before the January 6 panel saying his old boss now approves Bannon who inspired by Trump and faces criminal charges after months of defying a congressional subpoena over the capitol riot had been one of the highest profile holdouts representative Liz Cheney the panel's Republican vice chair and said last year Bannon's comments on his podcast a day before the attack said it all He said all hell is going to break loose He said quote we are coming in right over the target On Friday the committee asked former White House counsel pat cipollone detailed questions about pardons false election fraud claims and the pressure Trump placed on the vice president to overturn the election You'll see over the next couple of hearings a little of what he said That's Republican representative Adam kinzinger But at no point was there any contradiction of what anybody said That audio courtesy ABC News this week with George Stephanopoulos I'm Julie

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Coming Soon: Mike Gallagher Bobbleheads!

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:26 min | Last month

Coming Soon: Mike Gallagher Bobbleheads!

"We're going to, we're putting together this bobblehead. In fact, if you're by a computer or a smartphone and you want to see what the bobblehead looks like, I'm going to give you about 60 seconds and then you can take a peek at this, let's go Brandon Mike Gallagher show bobblehead that we're going to start selling in a few weeks. Here on the Mike Gallagher show, it is creepy because it looks very much like me. And don't play it yet. Is that the one though? No, no, no, no, that's not the right one, is it? Oh yeah, that is, that's the one. Yeah, there it is. Oh boy. Salem news channel app. Download the app you can watch the show. See how creepy it looks. Now Eric's mad because the hair is gray, but my hair is gray. It's all right. Let it go. We'll send out a link of what the bobblehead looks like here in just a minute. And if you want to see what the bobble headline it looks, I think it's kind of funny, but we'll get your take on it. This is just a mock up. I think they're going to change the outfit, but the head is the head. That big fat nose of mine and that big, huge forehead. You could land a plane. You could land an F-35 on my forehead. But that's just how I look, you know? I've come to peace that I'm not a handsome person. I get it. There are people who are attractive, there are people who just look like a million bucks. I'm just a schlub, but a schlub makes for a good

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Kellyanne Conway: Dems Are Losing Because They Lost Their Boogeyman

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:31 min | Last month

Kellyanne Conway: Dems Are Losing Because They Lost Their Boogeyman

"Democrats are losing this argument on many levels. And the Democrats, as I said, at the beginning of the hour are in a freefall. I saw Kellyanne Conway visit with Jesse watters last night on TV on Fox News. She had a really profound observation about why the Democrats are floundering. The Democrats are falling apart because they've lost their boogeymen and their boogeymen have been Donald Trump and COVID. Democrats are cutting loose. A Biden and Harris. And look, the vast right-wing conspiracy are not the source of these quotes. And all the usual boogeymen that the Democrats and liberals and Biden and Harris and the rest of them have always used as a stalking horse, blaming this one, that one. They can't do it anymore. You know, Joe Biden won because he wasn't Trump. But he needed Trump and he did COVID to continue the juice in his presidency. And without being able to talk about either one or blame either one day by day, he's lost. He's completely bereft. She's right on. She's spot on. Yeah, and you know, one thing about Kellyanne Conway. There are a lot of people who know the whole Trump story without Kellyanne Conway. We didn't get four years of president Donald Trump. She got him elected. And wow, what a mess she had to face with that goofy husband of hers, that vicious, angry Trump hating husband who apparently was, I don't know, I want to get into any of that, but what a warrior she is.

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"abc." Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

03:38 min | 2 months ago

"abc." Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

"There has been so much violence in heartbreak in America after multiple mass shootings have ripped families and communities apart. One after the other, the latest coming with barely enough time to process the last. The drum beat for change growing louder, ABC News is looking into the personal damage and trauma these attacks have caused and what victims are sane needs to be done. I'm Michelle franzen. We begin with a rob elementary school teacher who tried to protect his students and you valdi. While he survived his students did not. He shared the guilt and grief he lives with today with ABC's Amy robach. I said, if I die, don't let it be this morning, our new for Reyes, the fourth grade teacher in room one 11 at rob elementary school, telling his story for the first time as he recovers in the hospital from two gunshot wounds, hit during the horrific massacre that took 19 students and two teachers lives. It was our typical morning and we breakfast together. It was going to be a good day because it was going to be our day of awards. And some kids in my class said that hadn't gotten an award, you know, all year, we're going to get an award that day. Reyes says the children were enjoying the end of the year celebration, and while some students went home after the ceremony, 11 from his class stayed behind. They were watching a movie when all of a sudden gunfire rang out. The kids started asking out loud, mysterious, what is going on and I said, I don't know what's going on. But let's go ahead and get under the table. Get under the table and act like you're asleep. As they were doing that and I was gathering them under the table and told them to act like they were going to sleep is about the time when I turned around and saw him standing there. The gunman entering classroom one 12 at 1133 a.m., then making his way into one 11 through a connecting door, opening fire. Reyes shot twice, a bullet hitting him in the arm and lung, and a separate one striking his back. The 17 year teaching veteran hitting the ground. I told myself, I told my kids to act like they're asleep, so I'm going to act like a mistake also. And I prayed and prayed that I would not hear none of my students talk. Did you, you thought you were going to die? Yes, ma'am. Then while the gunman was still in the classroom, Reyes hearing police nearby, according to law enforcement, 7 officers were in the building by 1135 a.m., they took gunfire and retreated. Rhea says a child in the connecting classroom won 12 called out for help. One of the students from the next door classroom was an officer where in here were in here. And then, but they had already left. And. He got up from behind my desk. And he walked over there, and he's not over there again. The gunman going back into room one 12 and firing more shots. At 1158 a.m., children from other classrooms seen evacuating the school. At 1203 p.m., a child from room one 12, calling 9-1-1, telling dispatch where she was. By this point, 19 officers were inside the building, but no one went in. At 1210, 1213 and 1216, more 9-1-1 calls..

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"abc." Discussed on Motherhood in Black & White

Motherhood in Black & White

02:10 min | 4 months ago

"abc." Discussed on Motherhood in Black & White

"Breaks when we need, but we take those breaks together and stay in it together. And we will post on our website and in our show notes, some information and some trusted resources for people if they're curious of learning more about CRT or figuring out where they can get some additional information. Let's post that in our show notes. Absolutely. We'll go through that. And we'll also, from the educational standpoint, we'll post just some comments and some resources we've seen as far as board of education topics go, because that's where it seems to be really hot right now. Yeah. We will do that. And what we also will do is we will be back. Next week, with another episode. I think we've had a couple of episodes that have been really insightful about, you know, we talked about the how we talk to our kids about the war in Ukraine. We've talked about judge Jackson's confirmation hearings and now we're talking about CRT. Lighten it up. It's been pretty heavy the last few weeks. There's been a lot going on. Yeah, I've missed your laugh. So let's think of the next couple of episodes. We will have some fun ones for you. And then we also have a few guest moms on tap that are going to be joining the conversation as we continue to expand our circle and bring in experts in different areas to help each of us on our journeys to be the best human beings that we can be. If you are struggling in any area of your life at this moment, just pause and reflect and I hope you hear my heart when I say that you're doing good. You're doing good out there, family. With that being said, we are going to sign off for this week. Please guard your health mental physical and spiritual and we will see you next week, same time. Same place. Take good care podcast fan. And cooked them. How long was that one? Was it about 30 minutes? How long was it before they started playing the guitar in the background? It'll be fine. Joey, you'll get that out of there. I like it. Entertain us. I love it so much..

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"abc." Discussed on Motherhood in Black & White

Motherhood in Black & White

04:00 min | 4 months ago

"abc." Discussed on Motherhood in Black & White

"Sentence. I didn't say it had anything to do with the movie. Thanks, Tara. My bad. Okay, no, but we think about this and I had a really, I had a really powerful conversation with a girlfriend of mine and we grew up together. We've been friends since we were in 5th grade and she's raising black sons, just like I am. And we were talking about kind of like what they're learning in school. I said to her, I said, Cindy, are they still only teaching the same 5 black people at your son's school? And she said, yes. And it's funny because we know about how the contributions of black Americans have just benefited society like you mentioned here. Inventors and poets and readers and writers and authors and so many things in politicians. Yes. So many things that black Americans have done to kind of just be a part of the fabric of America. Black history is American history. But it's been excluded from the stories. My son was shocked when we were talking to him about the fact that they were black cowboys. He said, mom, there were no black cowboys, all the cowboys are white. You know, and one of his friends said, to me, he said, miss congee, and this was a couple of years ago. When the kids in miss kanji, were there more than 5 black people that lived in America? And think about it because that's true. They've all been taught the same 5 black people. I agree. It's Harriet Tubman. Martin Luther King Jr., Jackie Robinson, Frederick Douglass. Well, now president Obama. There you go. So we have 6. But I think because we continue just to say, this was a narrative. Look at this one black person that accomplished all of these things. Rather than sharing the stories and you question is like, if we are looking at literature. If we're looking at English classes, which seems to be the big hot button. Right. It really does. It really is. It really is. But why is it that we only are telling and sharing stories of 19th and 20th century writers and poets that wrote eurocentric books? Right, yeah. It's like, why is it that those are the topics of the books that are selected. And something that we did with our nonprofit Tara that I was very proud of is created a diverse book drive for our public schools where we donated thousands.

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"abc." Discussed on Motherhood in Black & White

Motherhood in Black & White

05:37 min | 4 months ago

"abc." Discussed on Motherhood in Black & White

"Which is essentially sort of an academic construct that teaches the basic tenants that racist something that's sort of a social construct. And it's embedded into our legal systems and the way that things have been set up. It's not necessarily based on an individual choice, but it is something that's been created by these systems and legal minds that put it together. And it also digs into the downsides of that, how it's held against and how it's been built to benefit one over the other. I mean, it gets into that. But the general idea is that race is a construct that's been kind of woven into our system. Yeah, and my understanding of critical race theory, and thank you Tara for that overview and explanation. My limited understanding of critical race theory has just been because I know that it's something that is taught and higher education institutions, universities. Universities for 40 years, by the way. Right. For colleges and universities, we're taking like deeper dives into the social construct and also the history of the United States, psychology, sociology, all of these studies and spaces where, at higher levels of education, are young adults and adults are kind of learning different things. Yes. For some reason, the terminology and the acronym CRT has kind of been adopted by local school boards and parents who, in my understanding, are kind of opposed to some of the teachings and learnings and multiculturalism that has expanded, some schools, curriculums curriculums in the last couple of years. After George Floyd's murder in May of 2020, a lot of schools were looking at their curriculum and looking and seeing like, well, what is it that we have not done to engage all of our children. So looking at kind of the teachings of traditional public schools or even some private schools or saying like, where are their gaps here?.

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"abc." Discussed on Motherhood in Black & White

Motherhood in Black & White

04:11 min | 4 months ago

"abc." Discussed on Motherhood in Black & White

"Hi podcast family. Welcome to motherhood in black and white. My name is kanji. I'm Tara. And this podcast is the space for us to engage in conversations as we talk about some of our challenges of being mothers of diverse identities. I being a mother of a black son and also a black woman and Tara. You know, well, there are mothers of black sons that aren't true. Let's make it make it very clear. And as a mother of a white son, who is as a white woman in the United States of America, we absolutely know that motherhood can be challenging. But within our motherhood journeys doesn't mean that they are going to be unique because there will be differences based upon some of the identities that we've discussed, not just racial and ethnic, but also our gender identities, sexual identities, socioeconomic status, our parental status, all of the things. But today we are going to talk a little bit about kind of how we have approached the motherhood part of our journey with respect to something that's been in the news for the last 7 months. And we are going to talk about the ABCs of CRT. The ABCs of CRT. So CRT is critical race theory. And this is something that we've heard a lot about in Texas specifically, there's been a huge push in the educational boards, a lot of parents coming out wanting to ban it, afraid that it's being taught in schools. And we've heard so much about it that I always find myself wanting to know, what are people actually talking about when they talk about credit card theory? To hear it in the news these days, it's touted as something to be afraid of. And I had never heard the term before maybe a year ago. Had you heard of it before? I had heard of it before. But never with the fervor and with the misinformation..

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"abc." Discussed on Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"abc." Discussed on Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

"Dude. Sadly it's mostly dudes who act as the puppeteer of the fund picking. What's in it. A spend a lot of time researching the perfect mortgage board of offerings. But it's all a lot of hot air once you dig into the data. Today's listener is looking into a mutual fund. That made promises a very high returns. Now i would take an extra close look at how they are crunching those numbers ten to eighteen percent. That's a lot so don't shy away from asking a ton of questions about what that actually means asking for clarification doesn't mean you're helpless in fact it's the lifeline that will protect you from finance bros. Who don't have your best interest heart. But i do if you do all the research though and you decide to go with a mutual fund. I'd make sure you're taking into account taxes. Every quarter mutual funds pay dividends that are taxed at the end of the year since mutual funds are designed to set it up and forget it. My suggestion is to keep these long term dividend paying investments growing inside tax deferred accounts like a 401k. An ira a defined benefit plan an annuity and so on so that you're letting them compound in tax free environment or a future tax free environment in the case of roths to minimize the blow for today's tip. You can take straight to. The bank. Wants your cd has matured diversified that money re up on a new cd and that's your safe investment but then play around with something that has a little higher risk and reward like index funds. Now i know you mentioned there is a two hundred fifty dollar fee. That's an initial fee. Which is a really esteemed fee. Still i would just make sure that is the only feed. You're going to incur. My guess is that it's not. I don't wanna completely knock mutual funds if you're choosing between a mutual fund and putting your money under a mattress i would go with the mutual fund every day and twice on sunday. But if you're choosing between a mutual fund and another kind of sophisticated investment. I would take a super close look at the types of fees that are involved in both. They might look really small right now but the more money you put in that is much more money in fees money. Rehab is a production of iheartmedia. i'm your host nicole. Lapin our producers are morgan lavoix and catherine law money. Rehab is edited an engineered by brandon decker with help from josh fisher executive producers are man gashed editor and will pearson huge thanks to the. Oh gee money rehab supervising producer. Michelle lamb for her pre production and development work and as always thanks to you for finally investing in yourself so that you can get it together and get it all. What if you could get thirty dollars after joining a better broker. You can with 'em one finance once you're approved and deposit thousand dollars in your account and one. Let's easily manager finances and invest. How you want for free. I'd say it's a million dollar idea but that's under selling it visit 'em one finance dot com flashing money from have to learn more. That's m the number one financed dot com slash money rehab terms and conditions apply investing involves risk including risk of loss and one financing member. Finra sipc some kids are born bookworm worms while others need a boost. Get your kids reading and loving it with epoch. The leading digital library for kids with epoch kids can access over forty thousand popular and bestselling books plus fun videos audiobooks anytime anywhere from deep sea adventures to magical unicorns to outer space journeys. Whatever they love epic has it. All plus epoch grows with your child they'll get personalized recommendations that evolved with their interests and skills over time visit debt. Epic dot com slash. Iheart today for one. Free month of epic unlimited. That's get epic dot com slash iheart. Hey guys it's tori and an isa and we have some intel that we think you're going to want to hear. A new era of the challenge has arrived. The challenge spies lies in allies is coming to mtv with more international challengers than ever before and we lived to tell the tale. We just got back from filming and we are so excited to give you guys the inside scoop on every single episode right here on. Mtv's official challenged podcast all the intensity all the drama all the international espionage. You don't wanna miss this. Listen to. mtv's official challenge podcasts. On the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts..

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"abc." Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"abc." Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"Like me feels from at astner breaking out a santa suit to getting a full Intro we're seeing this christmas parade. Santa claus is coming to town playing over top of it. It's just all working for me. I loved all of that. And so i just like this is awesome and so that whole thing feels weirdly enough. My field is the very last scene in the movie. And it's purely because of ed asner. The movie ends with him. What i believe is directing a prison choir. Still still in his santa out. He got straight to work. He got there was like i'm not changing and now he's he's you know. Full conducting hark the herald. Angels sing and it is just absurdist but then the camera goes to his face and it is just the face of a changed man like. I don't know how to describe that. But the performance giving he's all in that he is a different guy now and he didn't care that he's in prison and it was wonderful. It was a wonderful performance. And i was like man. This was that. That's really good as weird as that seen as so. Yeah that's that's the that's the challenge of playing scrooge eighty percent of the movie being like and then at the end you have to just be exploding with joy and not all actors neil that pivot but i would love to see ed asner totally do yeah she would crush it. I would love that There's not enough there's not. There's not enough Christmas carols out there. Let's do one more man Let's take one more quick break. We'll come back with the wait what's And the other segment Abc one threes Everybody abc's one-two-three it's.

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"abc." Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"abc." Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"Hey guys it's brand We were gonna do a different episode today but at asner passed away over the weekend and We have a couple of ed. Asner episodes ready to go so this week and next week are going to be Asner movies So rest in. Peace ed asner this week. We have the christmas star next week. Christmas on the by you at asner. A true legends. Thank you for listening and thank you. Add is a bramble jam podcast. Hi i'm brand. And i just love classic. Abc christmas movies. I'm dan. I just despise classic. Abc christmas movies. I'm alonzo and classic. Abc christmas movies are a lot. This is the hallmark broadcasts. Yes yeah tober. Is here. Maintaining countdown to christmas right around the client or we know this poll for at this.

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"abc." Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

08:44 min | 1 year ago

"abc." Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"You're saying and really try Sedition can girl yes, I think that's what you're gonna go out for a jog. Just just don't wear celebrity perfumes. Just go with stuff from your regular slave market. Is, uh, it takes off the wildlife. Well, what I thought was hilarious is why would anyone wear perfume on a run? But this woman was saying, you know, it was early in the morning. I was fumbling around for the deodorant and all that I could find, presumably in the dark was the perfume. But why would you even bother when you're going out there to be a hot and sweaty and who's going to smell you except for revenge and kangaroo? And in the house. That's Yeah, exactly what that cancels each other. I think she was lying about actually going for a jog. Perhaps she was out there aggravating kangaroos, and she she was busted with their back story. But maybe that's why exercise you shouldn't do it. Guys do not exercise you could get punched by a kangaroo. So s so basically the same where we're teaching fishing and we think you should exercise Go on land on sea. I could mention another one. I don't know if you saw this one from a couple of years ago, which also now rules out paragliding when a paraglider came in to land somewhere in the A, C T and a kangaroo was watching him land and ran up to him and just punched him in the face. Kangaroos have anger problems. They need to go to anger management classes. There. There. What is wrong with you? Where is for a While? Many. Many years ago I lived on a farm where we had a kangaroo that kind of adopted us and he got quite He got quite close to the farmer. And occasionally he would come up to him and nibble gently on his chest hair and what was a beautifully tender moment. Okay, But imagine the farmer tried to get away from it. It would sit on. That's crazy. Um, say that was what happened when the farmer ladies I natural b. I come out if you've been wearing a Sarah Jessica Parker perfume things would have been really different. All right? Yes. If you want to flirt with the kangaroo Uh, can you float should be encouraging flirting with animals that night. Maybe you've gone a bit father. You wanna become friends, and then it just smell gross. I think it's just Just have a farmer's there. Yeah, that is a miss saying is with us, but you may have missed this and are I just don't know which is my favorite because they're also good. But this story comes from Michigan in the United States, where a man had a fight with the neighbor and responded by building a very interesting wall. Yeah, neighborly disputes and not uncommon and often over fences. And you know if defenses too far on one side, the property of the other well, this neighbor cracked it and then retaliated by building a wall between the properties with made entirely out of cow feces. Apparently, it's legal. You can't tell someone like that's that he's not breaking any laws that so he's got this poo wall between the properties it lets off. This incredible smell probably smells like She is, but there's nothing the night we can do about it, but both of them have to smell it. There are a lot of fine goals being scored. Here. I am just love it, and I love the neighbor reportedly said. It's not a people. It's a compost fence as if it's some kind of, you know, Iko. It's an eco design. And I'm going to get back to your neighbor do something like that. But you've got to deal with the consequences. I'm wondering where the Donald Trump in his eagerness to build that border war with the Mexican Army. Maybe this is something he could have employed might have been a lot shaper and much bigger deterrent. Well, let's drive. Yeah, for anyone wanting to come into America. You know when I heard from him, maybe he's busy making already promised your country should just do it. Forget needing to put our international borders during covert. Just poke around exactly what Maybe maybe that's what would help out quarantine. Just just put Pool outside every hotel going. No one's gonna believe, honest saying we really haven't kept it. Clean it all that would happen. This'd been dirty, but very PG Rated way to say thanks for joining us. You know you may have missed this. You're listening to night Life with Suzanne Hill on ABC radio. You're a fan. Or maybe your kids are of the kid's TV show, Bluey. Well, it won't be surprising if you are. Since the show started in 2018. It's become the most streamed program in ABC. I view history with more than 500 million views. It's enjoyed by kids and parents around the world on if you watch it with your kids, I wonder if you ever feel just a bit guilty. Well, you don't play with your kids quite as much as Bluey and being goes doggy dead Bandit. He's been how'd as an exemplary parent by both viewers and child development experts and journalists. Melissa five has been interviewing blew his creator, job, Rum and those same child development experts about just what it is. That makes Bluey a textbook example of great parenting. It's for an article to appear in this weekend's Good Weekend magazine. In the age of the Sydney Morning Herald. And Melissa joins me now. Hello, Melissa. Hello. Thanks for having me. Well, you're the mother of a couple of Bluey fans, aren't you? I am I right. Two daughters. I feel like I have Ah, Bluey, get a bingo. It's sort of similar age, and they are mad for Bluey. So what's its impact man in your house, then Melissa? Well, it was immediate find this really fascinating. I'm sure that Um Millions of households have the same situation that suddenly your land room and every bedroom is turned into her hotel room. When we have to play hotels or neighbors, which is the game that you deconstructs the couch to play neighbors or we play Raiders, which is when you throw the ball down the hallway and may set of dive into the bedrooms to get out of it out of the way when we play lots of the different games, and I found that like as a journalist, just thinking about that really interesting, like I can not. Had not come across a show before that jumped out of the television and into your life like that. So you quite a child development expert on marked of Rosanna is saying that if he met a young couple who asked him for parenting advice, he would literally say to them will go on. Watch blew it. So what is it? That is right on target when it comes to Bluey role modeling really good parenting. Well, there's really two things. The first is the way that it approaches. Play on, of course, plays something that you know just happens. Naturally. Kids play as a matter of course, but there's different types of play and the play in that is depicted employees. It is sort of the world gold sort of play that kids, you know, Ultimately, you know that that you all sorts of play, but this sort of plays really in reaching for them. They're really engaged in it. They're totally bought into the fictional concept They're negotiating, so they're really kind of working out the rules on been this sort of On emotional intelligence, I think about Bluey, which is to do with the way I know that we're talking about cartoon dogs here, but it's to do with the way that bandit the father and chili, the mother. Approach their kid's emotions, and they basically model the way of parenting, which is that they hold this look it make space for the negative emotions and they sort of if you watch it carefully. You see, bandit and chilly. Do that all the time. And really, that's what the kind of told Parenti experts are telling us to do, too. Not kind of be dismissive of the emotion or shut it down or distract, you know to actually say, Gee, you know, that's really tough. What and then sort of to help your child problem solve out of that. So I was really fascinated by that. And I actually initially I wanted to do a profile of job from the creator, and he was not at all for that idea did not want to do that. And then I was rating is part of that profile. He's um he's he immersed himself in this thesis, child development literature around play and as blowing, got the green light in about 2000 and 17 he mind Not only his own family life because he has two daughters, but it also this literature that he was reading around play. He actually mind it for ideas for the script, and so It comes to us is this you know, kids just playing and mucking around with their dead, but the actual price the thought process behind it is a lot deeper than that..

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"abc." Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"abc." Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Do it again. Nightlife. With Philip Planning on ABC radio. Here's something to cheer us up..

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"abc." Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"abc." Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Now in Melbourne. We're sitting on eight degrees. ABC News ABC radio traffic. Wanted again. Brad here from the popular transform still heavy delays along and Thompson tried through Patterson legs and Karen Downs with all westbound traffic just after easily being you turned Have tol take Frankston Tarragon Road down to the morning, exponential of freeway instead to get around that closure or a head further north and get on towards green throat and take that towards East Lincoln towards Perry Road instead. It's allowed plenty of extra time through a bang home. Let her Sandhurst and carry him down to the moment. Still, delays coming in for the West after nearly a multi vehicle collision on the West Gate breach, all lines are now open The princes and with Gate Freeway's still struggling, as is the M 80 Ring Road, Maybe exit the Ballarat road. Take that in towards the city instead, Look out for the ladies through Flemington in Kensington with a collision. On Smithfield, Right. That's how I found it. It's and road left lane closed police directing traffic. If you're on public transport this morning, better news did allow reporting a good service for our trains and trams. Now aware of the line works continue their check the PTV Apple website for details. That's the latest traffic more soon. It's 24 to wait by dead bang up and asked me to borrow a couple of chairs, and he lives up the other end of the street, Main Street. I'll be there in about 10 minutes, and I said, Yeah, I'll put him at the front. Help get a knock on the door, guys. How'd you get to put the chair that sit? Oh, no. Because, Well, they're not bit because Simon, take it up. Do you have a legal, right?.

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"abc." Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"abc." Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"ABC News with San Tian Weinstein in the Tasmanian state election. The seat of Clark, which takes in the capital city of Hobart looks likely to determine if the Liberals can retain majority government early Ward reports. ABC election analyst Antony Green says the Labor Party cannot win majority government. There's been a state wide swing against the party and increase in the grains of ocean also for independence. Table later paid Gulf One has easily chopped up all and he's northern electorate of best with the party said to retain three seats there. If the Liberals winner third term, it will be the first time the party has won three successive elections. About to win the required 13 safe for a majority. It could come down to the Hobart electorate of Clark, where the greens later Casio comma looks like Shell topped the pole and two independents have also drawn significant support. Western Australia's recorded three new coronavirus cases on the first day after restrictions eased the following purse. Latest lockdown. Hotel Security guard is tested positive a day after developing symptoms and several days after receiving his first dose of a covert vaccine to the man. Seven housemates have tested positive and all are now in hotel quarantine. The W wait Crimea Mark McGowan says restrictions in place earlier in the week mean the risk of wider transmission has been greatly reduced. He says. That means there's no need for another lock down to be imposed for now. Contact tracing team has been ramped up. Our testing clinics will also ramp up. Right now. We need to let out teams do their jobs and provide us with the information. We need to make a decision tomorrow morning. The federal opposition says the move to ban Australians coming home from India's assigned the government's failed to manage quarantine properly. From Monday. Australian citizens who've been in Indian the previous 14 days will be prohibited from traveling home with the prospect of five years in jail or $66,000 fine for those who don't comply. It comes amid the devastating covert 19 spike in India, with nearly 400,000 new infections reported yesterday. The government argues the movie's necessary but labor front bencher Tanya Pleasure Sex, says the government's failed to get Australians home raising so many people it's stuck in.

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"abc." Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"abc." Discussed on KOMO

"Clark. ABC News From the cargo traffic center should have passed state route 4 10 is closed due to the inclement weather, and it's the same with highway 20 over the North Cascades highway that is also closed for inclement weather. For the rest of our passes. No Comey passive. Stevens pass white passing blew past our other passes. Be sure to check for restrictions or advisories for chains or traction tires heading up. That's way. Um, Evan Smith, come on 24 7 traffic. The Kamo forecast. Mostly cloudy skies for your Sunday we will be dealing with hitter miss showers in the lower elevations. The possibility force and snow showers over the higher terrain to snow levels at 4000 ft. Now if the rain falls heavily enough, it's possible that Snoqualmie Pass could be looking at some minor accumulations for tomorrow, but that is rather unlikely. For the most part. I 90 at Snoqualmie dealing with rain in the lower elevations. High temperatures in the upper forties to the low fifties. Meteorologist, savvy a Cockney and become a Weather center from ABC News. This is perspective this week stories and why they matter. I'm Sherry Preston. Coming up, hoping for a vaccine as the coronavirus second wave arrives at is the one thing that I've seen that unites all of these different places. The spikes have been in places where people are reluctant or refused to wear masks the legacy of a saint, but a new report says about Pope John Paul and how he handled allegations of abuse. You have to ask yourself I mean, even in the last five years if you're hearing rumors about this, why don't you act on it right away, and winners and losers is the pandemic drags? On gauging the longevity of at home workout sells a fitness bikes like the one that I'm now riding are up almost 200%. But how long before this trend reaches the finish line? All ahead on perspective. Since the start of the pandemic. With very few exceptions, the Corona virus spread is played out. Almost exactly. His health experts warned US. It would ah spike in cases coming after major holidays, large events.

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"abc." Discussed on podnews

podnews

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"abc." Discussed on podnews

"Australia's largest podcast to the abc is to put twenty three of its most popular podcasts. Spotify six month trial. Abc's calf dwyer told us it's a big opportunity for the and we're really excited to reach audiences that might not find us on other platforms. If we were thinking would have recorded her saying that. Because that apparently is how podcasts work anyway in total the broadcast which is government. Funded has more than one hundred and seventy-five shows on monday. The total number of podcasts. In podcast hit one point six million. According to my podcast reviews in october ninety seven thousand podcast added and fourteen thousand removed from apple's directory. As spotify apparently investigates podcast subscriptions luminary is moving into their home country. It's now available in sweden as well as denmark norway and finland for ninety-nine crowns or nine one thousand nine a month so hedin is one of the top five countries for podcast listening according to research calling. Us and uk students. Spotify wants you. They've launched nextwave search for emerging voices. Who will shape the future of podcasting and culture. You'll get a three month trial of sound trap for storytellers. spotify online. Editing service and to take part in a virtual podcast seminar hosted by podcast jack mate. And if you're a young canadian you shouldn't feel left out either a the hot docs podcast career. Accelerator has been announced it. Offers new canadian podcasters between eight hundred and thirty four chance to grow their skills gain invaluable industry knowledge and make lifetime connections at the hot. Docs podcast festival. It's free to take part. The bbc has added incomplete statistics about their podcasts. Over the last quarter they say that data platforms other than bbc's hounds isn't available so no figures for third party global downloads for this period. Perhaps if you're a programmer report into the bbc because sans if they need you beasley media group has added its podcasts and radio stations to enter calms radio dot com platform. The broadcaster has been focused on local. Podcasting initiatives podcast movement is shared a few virtual networking sessions on their website. At a new yellow tag microphone comes complete with other bits of professionally produced audio to courtesy of audio imaging company benz town. This is p. r. Yes live from washington is. Sp are superhuman public radio. But i really understand what's going on but we were sent a press release which looks kind of super important. You'll find it links from our show notes and our newsletter today and also would like to recommend this. this is the osmania reports. My name stand barris. The ause media report looks at the media in australia and beyond i was a special guest last week. But you say this week because this week is looking at the australian radio industry instead

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"abc." Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"abc." Discussed on KOMO

"You from ABC news I'm Brian Clark as corona virus induced shutdowns continued governors are saying there's not enough testing for them to re open the president suggesting states aren't moving quick enough to test and get people back to work we've already built sufficient testing capacity nationwide for the president's infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci says he's been in doctors positions where it looks different and I know what it means when someone tells you Hey you have what you need and you look around and you say well maybe you think I have what I need but I don't really have what I need Dr Fauci says they're trying to remove the roadblocks Andy field ABC news Washington there have been protests in some states troops to re open president trump Friday sent tweets saying liberate Michigan Virginia and Minnesota those are three states with democratic governors and critics have said those protests don't practice good social distancing practices when asked about it the president said these are people expressing their views I see where they are I see the way they work is they seem to be very responsible people to me he also said the federal stimulus program has been a success he was asked about reports of people having problems getting payments from the government we sent out eighty million deposits at less than one percent had even the problems couple had minor glitches but it's substantially less than one percent but whether it's job loss or slow payments many people worrying about how to put food on the table ABC's Marcus Moore is in San Antonio the site of a driving foodbank Matthew Serra among the two thousand people who came to this food distribution site laid off from his job soon after the shutdown began nobody likes it when your kids ask what's for dinner and you're not sure what to tell them it's not easy to ask for help food banks across.

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"abc." Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"abc." Discussed on KOMO

"Off of this ship and when ABC's make it really is in Yokohama Japan and she joins me now this story just doesn't go away one of the people that you were talking to on board Maggie describes the ship docked in Japan as the ship of doom what is it like for these people on board I know when she said that I was like that is the perfect description a ship of deal because every day we've been here it kind of gets worse than even anticipated I think the first day it was a thirty nine people than forty four sixty a couple dozen the next day it seems like the answer every single day that more people are coming down with this illness and never talk to people on board is just this feeling of helplessness you know of relying on the crew relying on the staff they don't necessarily get answers right away on the then we spoke to our in rooms without windows make sure just a magic and this year in a cruise ship in a room that barely fits a bed with no windows for weeks on end they've only got one hour outside in the daylight in about six days and all of a sudden you hear that your neighbors every day almost dropping like flies going to the hospital it's terrifying describe for us what it's like on a day to day basis for these passengers data day people keep telling us they they're kind of they're bored and they're scared and they're fearful someone else I asked said the cruise ship actually sent them entertainment packages of newspapers and magazines you show me a photo of her vogue magazine that she got what she was really excited about and you know most people say to the cruise ship is really trying to keep them entertained the understand that mental health is so important a situation like this as well so they are bringing in some counselors and the cruise ship has boosted the internet as much as they possibly can they put new movies for part of the entertainment package even was the kind of doing an Oscar screening and Oscar pool on their also try to have things like work out classes they could stream in the room to keep people active they're trying right they're trying but think about the hours that you need to fill when you're in this type of really captivity it can feel endless okay what about the mood in Japan itself this is a virus that obviously started in China so how are the people in Japan feeling about it I think people are kind of starting to get scared at the people in Japan are are still out in public and but the numbers are are much less when you go on a Friday and the Saturday night restaurants that should be packed in a maybe they're only half full that even people that normally you know are are seen out in public and are wearing more protective face mask than normal I know I personally sherry started to freak out a little bit we found a taxi driver had been diagnosed with the virus because you just think how many people that taxi driver came into contact with and where they could go possibly made me think twice remember to wear my mask as much as I possibly can as well because you know it's something you can't see in so there's this this fear about the unknown and the uncertainty and it's playing out so many how are you changing your your day today what activities and he mentioned the mask what else are you guys doing it's still hard to remember to do all of the things you're supposed to do because again you don't see it right it's not a natural disaster or something that you can see here you don't know where the germs are in you know we still don't really know how it's transferred but you just try to do your best and for me washing my hands nonstop I have hands and it has on me at all times I have those wet wipes I try to work on my phone every hour with the wipes as well people are really shaking hands that much I'm wearing the mask and I know that you know they're the jury sort of out on what mass working if mass even help but our team did bring the ones that trap small particles so hopefully it does something but yeah trying to stay out of contact with the crowds.

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02:57 min | 3 years ago

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"From ABC news. Michelle franzen. Growing list of Democrats are backing Republican leaders calls for for Jaas democratic governor Ralph norms to step down that does by claiming Saturday that he doesn't believe it's him in the racist photo from his medical school yearbook. He's refusing to step down ABC's, George Stephanopoulos says the governor's decision could create a ripple effect throughout the national party platform. Democrats want to be the party of diversity going into the twenty twenty election. The party that has stood up against white supremacism. They say against racism and all forms, and they want to show zero tolerance for any kind of racism. And that's why you saw so many Democrats including just about every presidential candidate come out of meetings and say north and has to go this state of the union now just two days away. President Trump in Florida preparing to address the nation on his proposed border wall. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell cautioning, President Trump against using emergency powers to bypass congress to build a wall. ABC's Tara Pommery has more a White House officials telling ABC news, the president is aware that Senate majority leader Mitch. Mitch McConnell is against using emergency powers to bypass congress. The Washington Post reporting that McConnell told Trump and a private meeting that congress might pass a resolution disapproving of any decision. Declare national emergency. A bipartisan group of lawmakers is now working to me Trump's demand for funding wall along the southern border. The president is not optimistic in Ohio just outside. Cincinnati. A standoff is over the Claremont sheriff's office says one police officer is dead. Another injured after a man barricaded himself inside an apartment and began shooting. ABC? Stephanie Ramos has more authorities reportedly used megaphones to negotiate with the suspect. That suspect is now in custody following that twelve hour long standoff, and it was a very tense and chaotic scene for residents and officers there overnight police did not provide any further details on the suspect or motive you're listening to ABC news. It's time to Diaz to snooze radio. K became Sacramento. Police are keeping an eye out and above the belt for the suspect in several reports of indecent exposure the first case occurred Monday January twenty eighth as pedestrians happened upon the white male performing a lewd act upon himself. He fled the scene upon discovery. Wednesday January thirtieth the suspect exposed his genitals. To other drivers will stopped at a red light on Gloria drive the following day. A man was again discovered in the middle of a single person lewd act once again fleeing wants discovered the suspect is described as a white male between the ages of twenty five and thirty with short Brown hair, and a mustache Davis woman will stand trial for murder following a judge's ruling on Friday and yellow county. Superior court on February fifteenth Haley Gilligan will be arraigned over her connection in the shooting death of her ex boyfriend Jamie Kansas at her Davis apartment in October the sack reports for over a half an hour. Gillian recalls the events that led to Kansas shooting death. And that her actions were in self defense, Nick dos. This News Radio K. CK and now, traffic and weather together..

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