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"achara" Discussed on WCPT 820
"That gives the virus more time to mutate and potentially dangerous ways. So he thinks we could be within kind of as we are an L. For A couple three years perhaps so we've got two very well respected, very noted doctors who complete well, I won't say completely disagree, but largely disagree on this, and that gives us some sense that even the experts who are doing their darndest to give us something of a projection. They're not agreeing. But I want to go back mark to something you talked about at the very beginning because I find this interesting and that is maybe it's not over. Until we psychologically buy into the fact that it's over. You interviewed a professor of medicine at Stanford. I may screw up his name J behind Achara. Uh And he said something very interesting to you. The emergency phase of the disease is over. What does he mean by that? Well, he means that the phases, But we've seen now two or three times beginning in New York last year. Then again last winter, in many places around the country, where emergency rules are overwhelmed. Intensive care units are overflowing. That kind of emergency where we have to lock down where we have to really hurt our own economy around just to interrupt for a second. I'm a little curious about that, because we are right now living at a time when the emergency room seemed to be overflowing. They are in some places, but not not in much of the country. And so that's a question of the vaccination level because that's not happening in places where large majorities of people have been vaccinated. So yes, that there there are still clearly localized emergencies around the country, and, he says that mean will continue. Ideally, there'll be fewer and fewer of those places as more people are exposed to the virus because they weren't vaccinated, or, uh, do get vaccinated, so that will do Ministry of retired But he says that emergency pieces over but even in places where you're seeing very few cases Vermont parts of New England, um, for example, the fear that people have the anxiety that people have remains very strong. And so he sees that this is a psychological barrier that we all have to get over whether you're on the vaccinated side where you say yes, but my Children are still vulnerable or yes, but there are Break from cases that I don't want to get or whether you're on the unvaccinated side, and you see, this is overblown that big a deal. In both cases we see people are taking positions that are not compatible with each other. And so we as a country have this hurdle to get over the psychological barrier to going back to normal relations with each other and normal business practices normal. Uh, life and that that lingers even after the medical will see subside. Well, it's it's a fascinating article. I know I'm rooting for Dr Gandhi to be right. And I'm sure a lot of other people are too well. We're going to find out fairly soon. If she is right about this. Let's hope she is. Mark will keep an eye out for how some of these things resolved. We really appreciate your piece. It was very interesting. Mark Fisher, senior editor of the Washington Post. Mark, Thanks for the good reporting. Thank you really appreciate it. You got it. We will continue with the Rick under show right after this. Get rational call 83371174 to 5833711 Rick. I'm Dr Andrew Jacobs is a sports psychologist of 40 years of experience. I've worked with athletes, coaches, parents and officials assisting them learning how to handle issues like sportsmanship, developing a positive, realistic attitude and achieving their maximum performance. I want more people to know about.
"achara" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Some food down. It's never going to happen, but I've got some random bet with Andy Roddick for 500 bucks that in baseball, I don't remember. I think it's like five beers for hot dogs. Two nachos, peanuts, Achara, Uh, What is it, Theresa? Whatever that thing is calling on the Senate, right? And con candy? Sure. Oh, there we go again of the breakfast I had entitled three days ago. Had Theresa on it. They didn't bring. It was upset about it so obvious still bother me? Mm. Is that Garrett? Is that written? He sounds like Homer Simpson. Mm, having a doughnut. Can't do it, baby. Hopefully how you can't It's gotta snort out of me on the Jim Roam show awesome. So ESPN really stepped up three times three times. They basically couldn't get the broadcast going. It looked like they had technical difficulties that look like they dropped the ball in a serious way. But I'd like to believe the best of the folks in Bristol. That they understood that none of us should be subjected to watching Joey Chestnut or anyone else down. Million hot dogs. I don't understand how this is celebrated. It is such a discuss it's just it's gross man. It is gross. I mean, congratulations. Joey Chestnut broke his own record. I don't even I don't care. Congratulations. There's a lot of gross things I can do. I'm not going to share with you like I'm not going to go on the radio and celebrate it. I know a bunch of gross people. Doesn't make them legends of American culture. So, so thank you to Bristol for trying not to get and put that thing on the air. Went to Nathan's. When I moved to New York City for two years, I went down to Coney Island with my with my kids. There's an amazing pizza bites to Thanos. I think it's called amazing pizza place down there and Long lines, and after we got done, we walked by Nathan's and it's on the little boardwalk on the water. My buddy who actually worked for the Lakers want to get one like as a tradition. I'm gonna go for it and let me just say, I think there's an error in judgment. Let me just put it to us is count. So eating 75 of those doesn't feel like a great idea. 75 Coney Island dog as quickly as you can. How many I I don't think if you gave me you gave me 10 minutes. I don't think I could get three hot dogs down. Not in 10 minutes. And I grew up in hot dogs twice a week. My like contacts. Alright Every year that I worked this holiday. I have to yell about the stupid hot. I just find it to be so disguise. It's so gross. It's so gross. They have. They have a thing. They just into my neighborhood that the iron man where you have to run a mile. Paddle of mile in the ocean and then chug a six pack of beer. I'm there for that. I'm not saying I can. I can do it. I could Chuck the beers. The other thing would be the problem. But like that's that's cool, but hot dogs totally totally different deal. Alright, let's um I'm done. Let's talk with actually gonna ask Rob double he likes I just wanna I wanna understand now I'm done. Yeah,.
"achara" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"That is Sabres General manager Kevyn Adams speaking about the draft class. And yesterday. The question I believe was was asked in the way of, you know, you know, I think it was Mookie Hawkins, who asked this question. And he asked, you know about Oh, and power, Just like you know. How do you feel about him? And, you know, is he going to pretty much be the next you know Josh Allen of this draft or something like that. And Kevin Adams had that response. He didn't necessarily mentioned Oh, and power and Listening to it again, You know, um, certainly it It leaves a little doubt in your mind as to if the savers are actually going to draft him. I mean, yes, I get it. The Sabres have been busy with the the coaching search and coach watch and figuring out what they're going to do. And they hired Don Granato. And yesterday A story comes out from Mike Morey Allen NHL dot com. Talking with Own power. Little bit of his future and whether he's going to make the jump to the NHL or go back to Michigan and play another year with the Wolverines, which I think is absolutely fine. Power can do that veneers can do that. Ken Johnson. Obviously he should do that. But Looking at the top of the draft, and we just talked with Will Scotch Great job with the scouting report on YouTube, and, uh, he's at Scow Ching on Twitter. He does a great job breaking down these these prospects and putting them in their own tears and rankings and He definitely said something that I would agree with. I would agree with the fact that I'm not necessarily so sold on Owen Power. Yes, I think Owen power had a good World Championship, and I think that at times he really he really did flashes potential at the car at the collegiate level, but There are certain things about Owen Powers game that Still needs some work. And you know another year college could potentially help with that. But Will scour each pretty much put it as you know, it took him time to adjust it with certain things. And there were certain aspects of his game that necessarily didn't come about, you know. Right away or didn't come about at all during the season, so We will have to see. But I'm looking at this year's draft that I'm looking at the top of the draft, and I really do like Matthew Veneers. I really like Matthew B. Ba nears a lot and if you if you missed it, and it's been a while since I I wrote these prospects Profiles, but I did write about Owen Power and I did write about Matthew veneers on our website. W gr 5 50 dot com. And Looking at Both of their games. Matthew Veneers is Definitely a player that people no matter where he's going to get drafted. People are going to love Matthew Veneers. He is a 200 ft player. He goes 110% 100% of the time. And he he's just never going to give up on a play. That's exactly what people in buffalo are going to love about Matthew Veneers and with Owen Power, and this is a and I hate bringing this up. Because this has been brought up in the past and talked about here, especially in Buffalo. If you're drafting Owen Power for size in skating. Do not expect him to be Zidane. Oh, Ciara. Tyler Myers when people when we drafted him, and everybody was just like, Oh, he's got to become the Sedano Ciara, please. Zidane Oh, Ciara's. They do not grow on trees. They do not come every once in a while. They are once in a lifetime players and the way this game is going Players like Zidane, Achara. Yes, they're still going to be around, but they're not going to be many of them. And for people looking at Owen power and thinking that Oh, well, he's got the six ft six frame £215 yada yada. Well, if he adds another £20 and adds a little muscle and gets tough, He can be the city. No trial. No, We cannot expect that of these guys, especially in today's game. A lot of these type of defenseman are going to Make the they're going to develop into these very good skating defenseman with heads up all the time and making these really nice plays and Owen Power is one of those guys who probably has one of the who probably has arguably the best vision of especially the defenseman in this draft class. He skates really well, but if you watch him, his head is always up, and he's always looking around trying to make the best passes and trying to make the best players. He's got very good vision. Very good hockey sense. And, you know, there are reasons why he is projected to be where he is at number one just because of the potential that he has Especially if he goes back to college this year and really puts it all together and starts to dominate at the collegiate level that will make that pick even more of a Oh, yeah, for sure, That's why he was drafted number one. However. Like Will said there are certain things with his game that there are still plenty of question marks about And I personally really like Matthew veneers. And if I am the Sabres at number one, I'm probably taking Matthew veneers. But Then again. Like I brought up You look at his Potential projection and and, you know, looking ahead at what he could become if he becomes a really nice second pair defenseman, especially on the left side. And if you have Rasmus Dahlin here in Buffalo as the number one defenseman who you know he's shown over the past few years that he can have that potential to become That top number one defenseman for an organization and and be able to do all he can do. The Sabres have Darlene and power 12. That's a really, really nice 12 punch on your defensive group, and especially with Ryan Johnson coming in who could be the Third or second pair left handed defenseman on the on the right side. You've already got Henry. Okay? How are you? And you've also got Will Borgen, Who's there? And Oscar relaxing and is a really, really.
"achara" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"You think, Keynes and no brainer Because I'm I don't. I don't think he is, but I think I would lean to Yes. I think we named the three that are the no brainers. And from there there are solid discussions. You want a defenseman in here was Erik Karlsson. Generational. No. Was is I mean, look, I'm trying to think of a defenseman who was generational, right? That's right. I mean, now we're you know, we're getting to like the old Bobby Orr discussion. I don't know that I have a guy stronger. No, No, I don't have laws Keep going or is Lidstrom. Lidstrom. Yes, that's your best bet I think. Yeah, right. Lidstrom? Yes. Yeah, That's your best that good that long the best at what he did? Yes. No, Chelios, Um Bork. It would be the next guy would nominate no on board, huh? So Jesus, let's get some text on this other other names is pretty good Names coming Intense Hman, Obviously. Rasmus dulling, Um Boy. Who else? Jonathan quickly of defenseman recently have gone into the hall. I mean, I know that Al McInnis no, um, we're missing. I feel like we're missing some defenseman really badly. Nobody from Pittsburgh like now, am I going back to like coffee? Uh, he's not generational. No. Yeah, I don't know. But I think a defenseman is a harder discussion. Um, I love the Kaine discussion. That's really it. I'm really struggling with that one. I I I think he is, but I can't. Yeah, it's not a slam dunk. Uh, Here's a text. Zidane, Achara. No. Mm hmm. Club. I wouldn't take him over Lidstrom. No, I agree. Uh, I just wouldn't I mean generational. It was your really, really you're talking about again. How often does that guy come along? Only char was a freak show. Obviously, usually don't find six FT seven defenseman who are like him. All right. Ciara, huh? Let's go to goaltender. Harsh. Yes, Yeah, There's no question Hashtag Long Quist. No. No, because I mean, Mike Richter was a really good golly for the Rangers to his numbers hanging up in the rafters. No, it's not going to retire. Long question. Oh, for sure, he'll be retired. But that doesn't make you generational. Yeah. You know, you can be a great player of your number, retired and not be generational at your job, carry prices and no, no, he was drafted fifth. Overall, There's there's like that's almost like the Eichel conversation has carry price lived up to the billing. Of the fifth overall pick right. He's supposed to be Marc Andre Fleury was the first overall pick. Yeah, because Cary Price often has been the face of their franchise and had some great not lately but has had some phenomenal seasons. Yes, I think he's lived up to what the building was freedom. Yeah, I mean, he's Into the All Star game. He won the Hart Trophy. That's pretty good for a goaltender, and there have been years where they made the playoffs, chiefly because of Carey Price He's not once won the Vezina Mhm. You get drafted fifth overall. Best goalie, you know, blah, blah. No visit us. Has. You know, Mark Country floor is a tough one. There. Generational Goalies, um, Tajik and it's wok. Yeah, And I mean, does broad or get this treatment. I know right like that. I think I don't think so. Martin Brodeur cannot be generational, right? Don't think so. I don't. I mean, we're talking rarefied air at their position. And I know he's got I get it. He's got the cops and we got some defenseman being texted ahead. Scott Niedermayer, No. Alex Pietrangelo. No Scott Stevens. No. Brian Leetch. No, no, He's really, really good. But again, generational is a big step. It's a really lofty thing. You can be amazing and it's no like we said No. One. McKinnon. Yeah, And he's great. Amazing. We're talking like one of the best ever to play at your position makes you like Ovechkin obviously and Crosby, right? Those guys are generation. I think a texter has it right. It's one of the best in 20 years isn't a generation 20 years. Uh, Yeah, I guess that's about 30 tops. The idea is How long it takes you to have kids. Yeah, That's what I'm saying. 20 years 30. You can get to 30 have your first kid and that's the next generation some 30. I'm stretching 20 to 30 year window, then that's how good you have to be. No. And Lidstrom's in that window. Yeah, I think lynched him is the best out of everybody We named unless you're a fan of Ray Bork. Thanks for the text. I mean, I think it's a Good point to bring up. And I mean, look at the conversation. We got out of it. Yeah, I think the priority just making big contributions. That's why we That's why we get connected with our fans. That's right. I think that's what's going to hurt if Iculs traded right and we're closing, Let's say we're closing the chapter on the Sabres career, and I don't know what the future holds for him, but I think it be self. He's going to have a great career. What's going to hurt him? Yeah, is you're going to look at and go. Yeah. Okay. You can give me a stat line. 300. What is it 350 something points and 370 or 80 games. And all that libel Baba and they sucked for six years like, but that's not his fault. I mean, he you know if It just seems silly to to attach him to the team failure and say that reflects negatively on Eichel. I don't care about his stat line. I don't care about his hands, his speed his vision. I don't care about the fact when he started rushing up ice, you would move to the edge of your seat. If you're at the arena. I don't care about the T shirts would said, I'm just here to see Jack. I don't care about any of that stuff. Guys. His Sabres career will be linked forever with Failure. It's not his fault, and that shouldn't take away from a tank or him and what he did and how he's got. I'm speaking about him as it's in the past, already how he would be remembered as a Buffalo sabre. He's one of the most talented players. It's the most talented player they had in the drought, but he's one of the most talented players I've seen now. I haven't been here since day one. Okay..
"achara" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Mention, eat Achara while walking down Main Street USA, or ride Pirates of the Caribbean at Disney Land That changed on Friday when the park finally reopened and a B C's Alex Stone was there for the emotional day. Chuck is the Gates Open here for the first time in 14 months, the first went running into the park, holding up their arms and victory, taking pictures and music playing the smells of sweets on Main Street. This is really emotional for a lot of people coming back in where so many childhood memories have been made in so many lives have been changed in the past year. These women were crying as they walk down Main Street, just the memories. Growing up, always coming up to say that and it just It just brings you back so much memory is coming back, and they're many families here. Children and adults were feeling that as they walked back into the gates of Disneyland. Cecilia camped out the night before the opening driving hours being here waiting to be among the first in a long time. This is a big day. Yeah, it's a big day, and I feel like it's just what we need right now. With all of this happening, it's just like a weight. Have kind of get away from it all, and it really comes back to that emotion that connection to Disneyland. Jeff is also here. He too drove hours, probably going to be a little bit of crying. A little bit of a meltdown. Yeah, a little bit number. We're going to be optimistic and say a little bit. It's just gonna be, uh Believing. Finally be bad for people who aren't here right now they may say, why would you cry going in there? What does it mean to you to be back in there? It's home. It ZWAH grew up so It's Zbynek. Sad to see it close for a long time, and we've been keeping up with the update. So it Z also a sign of getting things back to normal. And then there was this moment cast members crying as a bugle play. The color guard, raising the flags. The American in California flags, something they've done every day of the pandemic, but this time they knew guests were coming into the park. Disney is a parent company, baby seniors. This is Disney CEO Bob Shaye. Pick 412 days. Our park has been closed. And throughout that whole time, with virtually no days missed, this color guard has raised their flag in honor of our country Inside the park's might ease a little bit different. There are no scheduled parades or firework shows mask, sir. Mandatory. Have to get reservations before you come. That the parks are open again, and that's what means so much to so many who love Disneyland and those are the people and events that made world news this week. World News this week was written and produced by Stephanie Pelosky. I'm Chuck Stevenson. ABC NEWS New YORK From ABC News TECH trends. Some new laptops from Samsung. Samsung's latest Galaxy book, Pro Laptop offers a thin design and a light weight..
"achara" Discussed on WTOP
"Thank you, Mike. It is 3 50, Thailand welcomed in 2021 with fireworks in Bangkok, 54321. New Year's Eve celebrations. There were divided up into a number of smaller zones with a limited number of participants in attendance due to coronavirus measures in places with success against covert 19, such as New Zealand and Taiwan. They're celebrating his usual but experts are sounding the alarm about Large gatherings everywhere. Well, if you've ever had debt collectors come after you. You know how relentless they could be about contacting you by phone but is NBC for consumer reporter Susan Hogan tells us starting late next year, the rules for debt collection or changing, allowing collectors Be even more intrusive. It's annoying enough to get those phone calls from debt collectors. But now, folks, they're going to be able to start contacting you through your email, text and even your social media. Social media connects billions of people with family and friends. But soon you're going to get a message from someone. Perhaps you'd probably rather ignore a debt collector coming up today on news for it for what you need to know about your rights. Coming up. All right. There are some new details today in the deadly shooting of Andre Hill last week in Columbus, Ohio. Family attorney Ben Crump says body camera footage from the officers involved is revealing. He was struggling for life for five minutes and 11 seconds. He's on the ground struggling for breath, and none of the police officers render medical assistance to him, not one of them. The 47 year old unarmed black man was shot on December 22nd by a white police officer, Adam Coy Hill came out of a home garage, holding a cell phone in his hand. The officer who was fired this week told investigators that That Andre Hill was holding a gun. Hill did not have a weapon, and no weapons were found in the home. How would you feel about seeing an 18 year old behind the wheel of a commercial truck on the interstate? Well, the federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is proposing a pilot program to allow people as young as 18. To drive trucks across the country. The Washington Post says trucking companies see it as a way to recruit people at the beginning of their work life and show them a career in trucking. The federal trucking agency is reviewing the proposal. It's not clear when the program could begin, but the incoming Biden administration could decide to scrap or substantially revised the idea. As 2020 comes to a close, many of us are reflecting on how we made it through this year for Rabbi Bruce after and religious leaders of other faiths, live streams have helped to keep people connected or fixing a Missouri and somebody's house. Whether it be naming a baby virtually because people couldn't see their grandchildren a bar but mitzvah. But when the interim rabbi Achara Shalom in Leesburg had a heart attack, and his wife couldn't be there at the hospital, he was scared. I was being Created by a Palestinian woman and Ethiopian woman in a Southeast Asian woman. So all of them said to me have faith Rabbi after says his health scare has given him insight into the role of faith in the fight against Cupid that faith shows up in the love and compassion of frontline workers. The log unstained w T L P News we'll check money news. Next stocks on track to reach a record year Stay with us 3 54 start the new year, right during the.
"achara" Discussed on WTOP
"Showers to continue right on in for Sunday after a dry and beautiful Saturday temperatures now 49 in Washington, Baltimore, 48 Annapolis up to 51. Louisbourg 53 All right, Lauren 8 51 could police have done more to stop the Nashville bomber nearly a year and a half before the Christmas Day bombing, believes went to Anthony Warner's home after getting a tip from his distraught girlfriend and her attorney, according to this August 2019 police incident report, she told them Her boyfriend was building bombs in the RV trailer at his resident that CBS News chief Justice and Homeland Security correspondent Jeff to gaze. The Metro Nashville Police chief says his officers properly handled a visit to Warner's home, He says the officers did everything they could legally and that maybe they could have followed up more. But hindsight's 2020. With 2020 winding down. Many of us are wondering how we made it through the year, including some people who usually provide comfort and guidance to others. Rabbi Bruce Aft says Religious leaders of many fates have been using live streams to keep congregants connected during coronavirus. Restrictions in all services got shorter, so people of all faiths were very happy. But the interim Rabbi Achara Shalom in Leesburg found his faith tested when he had a heart attack in November and his wife couldn't be with him at the hospital. Aft, says the health professionals taking care of them told them have faith Rabbi people are frontline workers to realize the power of their spirit. Yet in the midst of a really crummy time is we in 2001? A. It's been a time where we have a new definition of hero in Shiro, Milord. Instant w T O P knows all. Arlington Transit Busses will resume front door boarding and fair collection on Sunday due to the pandemic fare collection collection on art Busses was Ended in March, and riders were asked to board through the rear doors to protect bus operators. Plexiglass barriers have now been installed in the driver area. Maryland lawmakers are aiming to reform the Maryland environmental Service after learning the agency's former director, spent lavishly and negotiated a significant pay out when he left to become the governor's chief of staff over the summer. The Maryland Environmental Service Reform Act is designed in part to make the agency's governing board independent from its executive director, who currently is its chair and Points, three of the board's nine members. The Baltimore Sun says the legislation being drafted by top Democrats also would set limits on executive salaries and perks, and it would require the agency's board to undergo ethics training and make its meetings more transparent. It's 8 54. All right. This is Mark Stewart, president of Regency Furniture,.
"achara" Discussed on WTOP
"Honda and 9 45 we have Frank Hanrahan is the Cotton Bowl and it's all number six. Oklahoma 31 13 lead over Florida at the break as Florida off to a very slow store, a lot of players not playing because of covert issues. Oklahoma with big lead at the break 31 13 over Florida. Earlier in the Duke's male bull. It was Wisconsin taking care of Wake Forest 42 28. Still no decision gonna be made probably gonna be until Saturday until we know what the deal is, with Alex Smith going up against Philadelphia. Still out. With that cap strained in practice today and even in Terra McLaurin. Washington gets Philadelphia Sunday night on the road capitals of signed 43 year old defenseman Zidane Achara one year contract 14.68 games with the Bruins last season. Sure is certainly a future Hall of Famer will wear number 33 for the Washington Capitals, who start training camp very soon. College ball. Virginia beats Notre Dame 66 57 George Mason Topping you Mass 93 92 double overtime G. W, A winner at Fordham, 71 47 Frank and Random and C O B sports. The full forecasters we round out 2020 coming up 9 47 You own a timeshare, and it's the time of the year for eye popping maintenance fees arriving in your mailbox. How much will it be this time? You're kidding me. That's just ridiculous. Really? How much do you actually use it? Is it really worth all that? The vacation times you want? Never seem available. Your fees keep going up. And now you're getting slammed with Mork costs still having fun? That's.
"achara" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Angeles. Right. Okay. ABC news at noon I'm sharing reared in a Corona virus Vaccine summit is underway at the White House and President Trump has signed an executive order ensuring Americans get the vaccine ahead of other countries. From the instant the coronavirus invaded our shores. We raced into action to develop Safe and effective vaccine at breakneck speed. Many credit operation warp speed for record time in which multiple vaccines have been produced. Doctors testifying before a Senate committee today, mostly agreed to the need for early treatment of the Corona virus, as is the case with any infection. Early intervention has been proven time over again. That is a critical importance is the same is true for covert 19. But Stanford University's doctor about Achara says the lockdowns have been anything but helpful Harms the lockdown are manifold and devastating, including plummeting childhood vaccination rates. Worst cardiovascular disease outcomes, less cancer screening, deteriorating mental health and in just a few Los Angeles judge has tentatively ruled that L. A county acted arbitrarily and without rational justification. When it ordered all outdoor dining at restaurants shut down. But the same judge said that due to the state's overwriting regional stay at home order that includes an in person dining banned outdoor restaurant dining in the county cannot reopen at this time. A man is behind bars on suspicion of drunk driving and killing a 12 year old boy in Costa Mesa Filic. Hewlett has details. The boy and his father were riding their bicycles when the pick up truck driver allegedly ran a stop sign and hit the boy. The suspect is on parole and is being held without bail. His passenger was also arrested on suspicion of possessing illegal drugs and drug paraphernalia. Goya Foods CEO has named Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio Cortez as his own. Terreri employee of the month following her calls for a boycott of his company, Robert You nan Way, says AOC is criticism actually boosted Goya sales by 1000% and allowed the company to reach a new audience. Checking the markets. Currently, the Dow is up 1 42. NASDAQ Up 64, the S.
"achara" Discussed on WJR 760
"7 60 wjr. Will you follow the herd? If We released the Michigan economy If we took of all restrictions, which you follow her, would you pack a movie theater? Would you let your kids go back to larger class sizes? Would you let your university student go to the large lecture halls again? Would you embrace The idea of herd immunity. This is a strategy that some in the Michigan GOP have talked about. I don't know that they've given it in out in out endorsement, but I thought it was important that we learn more about it today. So over the weekend, there was a 30 minute video released on unheard hee rd dot com. Three leading positions talking about herd immunity. They're infectious disease specialist, one from Harvard, one from Oxford over the pond. And one from Stanford, and I want to let them in their own words. Define what this policy is. And one of the things they're saying is that you have to look at the health of the American society as a whole and realized that they're also missing cancer screenings. There that there are health maladies connected with locking down the economy, childhood vaccinations that are not happening. And when you weigh all that in, they say we will get a healthier society by following the herd Immunity strategy that they lay out exactly What is it here? It is, In a nutshell. From Dr Martin Cold or cut one. We're way protect do a better job protecting all the people and other high risk groups. While we let Children and younger people, younger adults live their lives normally going to impress in schools and universities, etcetera. And he is confident that this will work because the Children are low risk. They won't get his sick people under the age of 60 have lower risks as well. If you really bubble and protect that over 60 Group Symmetric Gupta from the University of Oxford said. If this happens, you will have immunity spread through the society and that benefits everybody cut, too. We think we could do that, while allowing those who are not vulnerable to this disease took to go out there and get infected on build up what we call and will continue to call herd immunity, which is a level of immunity in the population that reduces The risk for everybody, which, of course, is consequential particular for those who are vulnerable, and they submit that this should be done immediately that we shouldn't wait for the herd immunity that would be given or assisted by vaccine. Now The question is, we've seen 50% of deaths in Sweden in nursing homes. We've seen 30% of deaths in Michigan in nursing homes. So how good can you be at protecting those in the nursing homes? How would you do it? Cut three in nursing homes where we need to know. Your staff that are either already have immunity or that we do frequent testing much more frequent than we do now on both the staff on the visitor As well as we have less turnover among the staff. For for all the people in the workforce, 60 years old, they should work from home. So like in all the teacher on all the professor They could teach online or help other teachers and we grating and so on. But there's no reason for a teacher you know, thirties or his forties to work from home. But in the same breath, Dr Cole Dorf admits it cannot be 100% successful people will get sick. And it can never be done 100%. We can never eliminate the risk 100%. But if you want to minimize staff in the long term brother in the short term on a stalker strategy would be appropriate both force Kobe 19, as well as in terms of all the collateral damage that's being done. They were asked. Look, how can you be so certain that fearful Americans are going to re engage in the economy or re engage the economic level that they were at before? How can you be sure that they're going to go back to the theater and that they will spread this virus to a level that we will get? Herd immunity somewhere around 80%. How assured are you that the herd will follow the herd cut five that it should rise Peak and drop off within that period. I think almost all Mathematical models would agree to that. And and indeed, that is what we've observed in many countries where it has kind of ripped through. So I mean, I would be confident and saying that if we let if we adopted this strategy than maybe we could all have a very nice normal Christmas. And that's all fine and good. But the question of the interviewer for this libertarian group that sponsored the three of them said Look, what about those that necessarily can't isolate herself. Isolate? What about multigenerational homes where you have a vulnerable grand parent? With a child. It's going to school. If they follow your guidance here, won't they have to somehow put Gramma elsewhere? And many families can't afford that? What will happen then? Got 14 the policy we currently have, which is to slow the spread of the disease. It extends the period wherein the grandmother and the grand and the granddaughter need to not be into contact with one another. That's already true. Of a focus protection plan that shortens that period. You know that of that separation that required separation. Is more humane than up in the current strategy of essentially an extended lockdown, in effect for a very long, indefinite period of time. Right. So I think if you're thinking about the grandmother and the grant and then the granddaughter yes, the focus protection plan would require some level of separation. That's not something we already have in the UK and the US and many other countries. The issue is what did the granddaughter do with their time? Does she go to school? Does she engaged in normal activities? Or does she sit at home with the requisites with that, with the psychological harm that we've seen already in Children and young adults and others? Coming from this little extended isolation. This is the more humane policy. Course that may be true. You notice he sidesteps the issue. But yes. What they're calling upon is for that grandmother to somehow be sent somewhere else outside of this multigenerational family. Well, won't she suffer perhaps some harm and some health consequences from that. And they also neatly sidestep the fact that no, the child won't necessarily be sitting there. In many instances in Michigan, they're going to school, so I'm not sure that they're not being a little bit disingenuous there in tie in the India constructing this narrative about what would happen in that nuclear family, they insist in spite of what critics say and the critics have said in Michigan. This would lead to 6.5 million more infections and 30,000 deaths. I'm going to challenge one of our local doctors on that in a few minutes, But the infectious disease Society of America has sent a letter to Senator Shirky and others saying That this is irresponsible and borders on being on ethical doctor J. But Achara reacted to those critics cut six. I don't think this idea is dangerous and think that frankly, I think if you ask me, it's dangerous to do what we're currently doing. But I don't want to suppress discussion. I want to have that discussion. And you know if if you learn something from people who disagree with me a doubt I learned something for people who disagree with you all the better, right? I think that's that's I am hopeful. Actually, I think we can persuade people because this is the right strategy. So here's what they don't say in this. They don't tell you at all. They never talk about on increased rate of infection. They don't predict anything about that. There is no discussion at all about the anticipated rise in deaths. It could happen that you heard the technology won't be 100% successful protecting the vulnerable. There's no discussion at all and whether the hospitals will be overwhelmed under this strategy. Where that you just let people go about their day and exchange in transmit the virus to get to the hearing herd immunity. There is no guarantee that the increased screenings and vaccinations that the benefits from that will offset the other costs, the increased deaths and increase infections. In fact, I didn't hear anything in this 30 minute presentation that talks about cost benefit analysis at all..
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"Back here in the second quarter of the rich Paul show with Steve and a rich Paul certified financial planners at R. W Fallin Associates, too, for a 305 99 11 year number to call. That complimentary review of your retirement situation that complete planning review. Get yourself on the calendar. Stop in and see him or have a phone call or do a virtual chat. Whatever makes you comfortable either way, they're here to help 248305 99. 11. Don't forget. You can also check him out online at big three retiree dot com. If you're an auto worker, great site for you to go check out and look at the book for pension versus Lump sum on so there's a good website to get some more information. Big three retiree dot com. Right guys that we were talking about the economy and the wild week in the weekend, and we're a couple days away here from the election and so on and so forth. What else have we got? On the economic front? We talked a little bit about the election. We talked about Cove in 2020 asshole. It's a lot of negativity, So let's just let's talk about something. Positive. Some good news. Go for. Let's talk about the GDP numbers that came out on Thursday. Okay? Yeah. Yeah, that's ah, that that number's huge. I think the record GDP increase off to go back and research. This was seven or 8%. I mean, that's the all time record for GDP increase in a quarter increase your order in you and by this time because we're not a new show, So So you went up to the minute news you just going to Internet but 33. 0.1% holy moment of GDP. Is that nuts or, you know, I think that's gonna, you know, get the market really going on because durable goods orders were up this last Tuesday, and I think that was the precursor Teo on up substantially that to the 33% number. Coming into play because at one point they thought it could be as high as 37%. That's amazing, So so that really puts that's a telltale sign. I believe of what's to come. As we go into this next year, you you just cannot hold this economy down. And that's why you know, you know, he's a doctor, I think is it's Boche Achara hits the Stanford and get the big words today. I mean, I think this thing's like 14 18 metres long this the Stanford ensued. He's a senior fellow, he says. Look, lockdowns, you know. No lock down in history when it comes to the virus has ever worked. And so to think that we can lock down the nation and have people going to go about thes medical tests that we talked about cancer screenings and all that, then you end up with a bigger problem than he had in the first place. And I mean, look at Europe. They're a mess, and so let's get the economy back on track. Let's get things going. Let's get thes Ah therapeutics out to the folks. And and let's get this thing behind us. I think that's the one of the reasons a lot of people are nervous is is you hear about what Australia did? I mean, you're talking. It was a 111 day locked down the total lock. You couldn't even leave your house for more than an hour couldn't go more in that I was in Australia or New Zealand, Australia. Okay, Australia. New Zealand is pretty heavy stuff, too. Way can't do that. You just well, you cannot shut down this account me. You cant do that. That's why that's why this doctor here, Stanford Institute. Guy says Hey, look, lockdowns haven't worked. You can't lock down a virus. It's like trying to hold a baseball underwater. Okay. How long can you do that? Exactly A couple clients bring up to me yesterday. I'm very concerned about this because if Biden does get in, he said, I'm gonna listen to the scientists. What is Val Q saying right now about the Australian situation. Yeah. I think everyone would like way find certain will listen to the scientist. And so so, I mean, I wouldn't doubt that he would move right into a locked down and maybe on a selective basis, But he seems to be kind of more pro lock down and think found dead earlier this week. He was not in favor of mass mandate or least didn't see one coming anyway. Maybe I maybe I got that wrong. Yeah, well, the latest and greatest from from Fauci is that that he He's leaning back in that direction. And so I mean, it is a means it is, you know, you might see some random shutdowns. I mean, a lot of these happened to be tied to Who's your mayor? Who's your governor? That type of thing and Was he here? Here's the thing. When do these tests you know, in the APC over 40% are asymptomatic, You know, just like you know, the Kelly McEnaney. The press secretaries like I got it. I can't tell though its system and the other 40% of today are better in one or two days. It's like Trump, he added. 34 days later. It's like, okay, let's go Campaign. Can I get out of this hospital? And and so, so we're moving. We're moving in a direction I think is very positive here, You know. Are we gonna cure this thing over now? It's not gonna happen, but but I think we're getting there. And I think everybody should be just a little bit patient here. And well, well, there's somewhere we need to be. There is such a broad range of how people react to it. And sometimes we do put a little bit too much. Think stock and you know, vaccines and things. I mean, we have vaccines for things like malaria, but still half a million, you know, plus people die every year of it. So you have to take it with, you know, grain of salt and say it's not the be all end all and that's why we have to have regular life going and things of that nature because there's just too many. There's too many people and you can't keep something like that under complete lock down in control. There's no way to do it. You're trying to control something that's uncontrollable, uncontrollable. No question. Absolutely. Well, Ari. So folks stick around. We're going to talk about More financial stuff. We've covered quite a bit here, obviously, always day on the kind of current state of things If you will, and his rich pointed out, we're not a news show. So you know if you want to stay right up to the minute you can check in some of those other resources for that, But we're going to talk about some financial income gaps on the other side of the break. So if you're getting close to retirement or as you're thinking about it, you may encounter some of these income gap so Stick around for that. We're gonna have a conversation on some of those. There's probably more than you actually think so. Stick around. This is the rich Paul show 248305 99.
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"Com. Three leading physicians talking about herd immunity. They're infectious disease specialist, one from hardware one from Oxford over the pond. And one from Stanford, and I want to let them in their own words. Define what this policy is. And one of the things they're saying is that you have to look at the health of the American society as a whole and realized that they're also missing cancer screenings. There that there are health maladies connected with locking down the economy, childhood vaccinations that are not happening. And when you weigh all that in, they say we will get a healthier society by following the herd Immunity strategy that they lay out exactly What is it here? It is, In a nutshell. From Dr Martin Cold or cut one. Where we protect do a better job protecting all of people and other high risk groups while we let Children and younger people younger dolls Live their lives normally going to in person, schools and universities. That said. And he is confident that this will work because the Children are low risk. They won't get his sick people under the age of 60 have lower risks as well. If you really bubble and protect that over 60 Group Symmetric Gupta from the University of Oxford said. If this happens, you will have immunity spread through the society and that benefits everybody cut, too. We think we could do that, while allowing those who are not vulnerable to this disease took to go out there and get infected on build up what we call and will continue to call herd immunity, which is a level of immunity in the population that reduces The risk for everybody, which, of course, is consequential, particularly for those who are vulnerable. And they submit that this should be done immediately that we shouldn't wait for the herd immunity that would be given or assisted by Ah, vaccine. Now The question is, we've seen 50% of deaths in Sweden in nursing homes. We've seen 30% of deaths in Michigan in nursing homes. So how good can you be at protecting those in the nursing homes? How would you do it? Cut three In nothing homes where we need Teo. Your staff that are either already have immunity for that frequent testing a much more frequent than we do now, or both. The staff on the visitor As well as we have less turnover among the staff. For for all the people in the workforce, 60 years old, they should run from home. So I like in all the teacher or know the professor. They teach online or help other teachers and degrading and so on. But there's no reason for a teacher in her thirties or his forties to work from home. But in the same breath doctor called, Dorf admits it cannot be 100% successful people will get sick. And it can never be 100%. And we can never eliminate the risk 100%, but If you want to bet on my staff in the long term brother in the short term on strategy would be appropriate both plus Corbin 19, as well as in terms of all the collateral damage that's being done. Now they were asked. Look, how can you be so certain that fearful Americans are going to re engage in the economy or re engage the economic level that they were at before? How can you be sure that they're going to go back to the theater? And that they will spread this virus to a level that we will get to herd immunity somewhere around 80%? How was sure? Are you That the herd will follow the herd cut five that it should rise Peak and drop off within that period, I think are almost all Mathematical models would agree to that. And and indeed, that is what we've observed in many countries where it has kind of ripped through, so I mean, I would be confident in and saying that If we let if we adopted this strategy than maybe we could all have a very nice normal Christmas. And that's all fine and good. But the question of the interviewer for this libertarian group that sponsored the three of them said Look, what about those that necessarily can't isolate herself. Isolate? What about multi generational homes where you have a vulnerable grand parent? With a child that's going to school. If they follow your guidance here, won't they have to somehow put Grandma elsewhere? And many families can't afford that? What will happen then? Cut 14 the policy we currently have, which is to slow the spread of the disease. It extends the period where the grandmother and the grant and the granddaughter need to not be in contact with one another. That's already true. Of a focus protection plan that shortens that period that off of that separation that required separation is more humane than the current strategy of essentially an extended locked down. In effect for a very long, indefinite period of time. So I think if you're thinking about the grandmother and the grant and then the granddaughter yes, the focus protection plan would require some level of of of separation. That's not something we already have in the UK and the US many other countries. The issue is watched of the granddaughter do with their time Does she go to school? Does she engaged in normal activities? Or does she sit at home with the requisites with with with the psychological harm that we've seen already in Children and young adults and others? Coming from this extended isolation. This is the more humane policy. Of course, that may be true. You knows he sidesteps the issue. But yes. What they're calling upon is for that grandmother to somehow be sent somewhere else outside of this multi generational family. Well, won't she suffer perhaps some harm in some health consequences from that? And they also neatly sidestep the fact that no, the child won't necessarily be sitting there. In many instances in Michigan, they're going to school, so I'm not sure that they're not being a little bit disingenuous their entire India constructing this narrative about what would happen in that nuclear family. They insist in spite of what critics say and the critics have said in Michigan. This would lead to 6.5 million mohr infections and 30,000 deaths. Now I'm going to challenge one of our local doctors on that in a few minutes, But the infectious disease Society of America has sent a letter to Senator Shirky and others saying That this is irresponsible and borders on being on ethical doctor J. But Achara reacted to those critics cut six. I don't think this idea is dangerous, and I think I frankly, I think if you ask me, it's dangerous to do what we're currently doing. But I don't want to suppress discussion. I want to have that discussion and you know if if we learned something from people who disagree with me, but I learned something for people who disagree with me all the better, right. I think that's that's I am hopeful. Actually, I think we can persuade people because this is the right strategy. So here's what they don't say in this. They don't tell you at all. They never talk about on increased rate of infection. They don't predict anything about that. There is no discussion at all about the anticipated rise in deaths. It could happen that you heard them acknowledge it won't be 100% successful protecting the vulnerable. There's no discussion at all on whether the hospitals will be overwhelmed under this strategy. Where the you just let people go about their day and exchange in transmit the virus to get to the here. Herd immunity. There is no guarantee that the increased screenings and vaccinations that the benefits from that will offset the other costs, the increased deaths and increase infections. In fact, I didn't hear anything in this 30 minute presentation that talks about cost benefit analysis at.
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"That we could, At least no. Not even if Steven Stamkos Plans on playing again in the playoffs just if he was with the team. Would there be any reason for him not to be with the team like even if he suffered a season ending injury. Wouldn't you hope that he'd be there with his teammates to root them on up in the bubble? You would. I would think so. And I think that that kind of connection runs deeper with hockey than other sports. So you would definitely think so. My only thoughts off the top of my head. Why he would come home is if he needed surgery. Right or something correct? So But but but to me the fact that that nobody It is with the organisation or any of the beat. Writers have been able to figure anything out that that's going to lead me to believe that there's somethingto hide. So I'm leaning towards the fact that he's probably not there. Why else? What would Yeah. What would be the point in keeping it quiet if he was there? Even if you say he's I mean, is that too much of a tip of the cap? Ifyou're the if you're the next team up, and you don't know, Because is that possible, is it Is it possible? This is a This is a question that I'd love to know the answer to is it possible that another team Doesn't know if he's even there, right. It's one thing. If you wantto talk up the gamesmanship and say, Oh, he's you know, he it's this or that or we're going to keep it. It's another thing to know. Is he even there? I would think that a team would know that much. You would think so. But If not, then they have to game plan for the possibility of Stamkos or that he's not there. Well, I don't know. These guys are living in this bubble. Yeah. I mean, you would think that you have a pretty good idea if somebody had just left completely. I'm sure that the team's air intermingling, you know, in downtime and stuff. You would. Yeah, by the way, but let Let's not let that be The on ly story aboutthe lightning today because what a huge, huge victory last night down Stamkos down. Kucherov, who took a high stick from Zidane, Achara in the face on did not return. Outmanned out, shot out, hustled out everything except we had a better goalie than they did, and we had. Victor had men and we outlasted those Bruins and sent those Boston scum home for the season. What a what a win A win. What a moment. You want A You want a little BOT winner. I would love the OT winner because the Hedman went between and other players. That was what? There were a lot of amazing shots last night. Great Great point,.
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"Unemployment. We seriously need to get people back working even at reduced schedules. Because Ultimately, all that might have sent by the government has to come from people working himself and producing Anderson, speaking to Frank Beckmann today on this six month anniversary of the Corona virus being declared a global health emergency, Jim Roop reports the past six weeks. Have been especially devastating. Six weeks ago, there were roughly eight million cases worldwide. Today, more than 16 million that's just six weeks with more than four million cases here. The US has twice as many cases as the second place country of Brazil. World Health Organization's Dr Mike Ryan says the current surge is exponential. We need to be hyper alert governments, he says, need to keep tabs on the virus and citizens. Need to keep up with public health measures. Stanford University professor Jay but Achara says he thinks it's safe for kids to go back to school in the age of covert 19. Scientific evidence. Very strongly shows a few things. One is that That that kids are our diet much, much lower rates almost intact, infecting California almost very close to zero nationwide, very low rates compared to people older fact, flu is more dangerous for the kids and school. Him better. Ciara telling Paul W. Smith that many more people of Corona virus and the numbers that you hear they're locked, and lots of people have signed it together, so it shows that have called it that have very few symptoms that probably never get tested never come to the attention of public health authorities. Police in White Lake Township are continuing to investigate the murder of a professional poker player. The burned body of 33 year old Susie Zao, who was known to others in the poker world as Susie Q was found in the Pontiac Lake Recreation Area on July 13th about a month after she had returned to the area. From Los Angeles to live with family police are trying to determine if the murder might have been related to her poker playing congressional lawmakers and the public's getting a chance to pay their respects to the civil rights icon and congressman. Representative John Lewis of Georgia this week, his body lying in state of the U. S. Capitol. Democratic Senator Cory Booker spoke to you about what Louis meant to him. This is somebody that.
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"A veteran who died of covert 19 at the Holy Oak Soldiers home has now filed $176 million class action lawsuit. Last week in Matthew in the FBI recovered the body of a 52 year old Manchester, New Hampshire man Zaki Achara body after a two day dig. But now the family of Zack Care about he is asking for help finding the people who committed A horrific crime. The FBI and local police have refused to comment on the investigation as it is ongoing, according to the Eagle Tribune, The charred body family released a statement speaking of Zaki as a man who had lived with illness and disability and through the civil war in Lebanon, but who stayed positive, persistent, honest and strong in his Maronite Christian faith, the statement Arges anyone with information to contact their local police department. Or the FBI. Police have now made an arrest in connection with a murder in Dartmouth on Monday night, 23 year old Franklin Antonio My operettas of New Bedford was arrested last night. He'll be arraigned in New Bedford District Court on Monday. The victim, also from New Bedford, 27 year old Jose Cortez Cornejo. Faith and labor leaders are urging lawmakers to move forward with the police reform bill on Beacon Hill. W B. Z is Mike Macklin has more. The police reform bill would ban show colds limit qualified immunity for officers and creative process for communities to certify officers before they can wear the badge. The Senate approved the bill. Now it's up to the House Reverend Sun Hall. Heads up the racial justice program at the American Civil Liberties Union. Fear.
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"45 State Health Department reports 167 new cases of covert 19 and 14 deaths. President Trump is now commuted Roger Stone's 40 month prison sentence. Some small businesses say they still haven't received money from the government Paper Paycheck protection program. Massachusetts Senate announces they won't approve a gas tax increase this year on a father and son from Massachusetts accused of helping a former Nissan exact escaped from Japan. Ordered to remain behind bars a federal judge in Boston tonight bail for Michael and Peter Taylor of Harvard. They're accused of helping smuggle Nissan's former chairman, Carlos grown out of Japan last year. The tailor's fought to be released while they challenged Japan's extradition request, arguing that they face health risks if they stay in jail. But prosecutors argued they're a flight risk and have the resource is to flee. They provided evidence that Carlos Goan wired more than $860 million.860,000 dollars rather to a company managed by Peter Taylor going is an internationally wanted fugitive in Japan going is accused of transferring personal investment losses to Nissan. Funneling $5 million of Nissan's money to his own company on ex Alabama police officer has been charged with human trafficking in New Hampshire. The former officer, Joshua Matthew Davidson, was arrested in apartment building Friday night in Hampton. He'd been a fugitive after fleeing Alabama to New Hampshire after arrest warrants were issued. In June, Davidson was arrested and transferred to Rockingham County Jail and Brentwood. Davidson's first court appearance will be in Hampton District. Court on Monday. If he waves his extradition, he will be sent back to Alabama for further proceedings. During an interview with no TCS Telemundo Friday, President Trump said he's going to bring a major executive order on immigration, which will include a road to citizenship for those protected under DACA. Although the administration suffered a blow and last month Supreme Court ruling, saying they had failed to provide a justification to and the deferred action for childhood rivals program, President Trump says the ruling gave him the power to sign this new order, which he claims will be a very big merit based Measure. Dhaka is going to be just fine. We're putting it in, but it's gonna be just fine. And I'm going to be over the next few weeks signing an immigration bill, But a lot of people don't know about it. You have breaking news. But I'm signing a big immigration bill Doc is an Obama era program that protects illegal immigrants who were brought to the United States is Children. The Supreme Court last month struck down Trump's efforts to terminate the program. There's a big dilemma many teachers air facing at the prospect of returning to the classroom in the fall, don't you? William Rasca Alderton new commentary in the Journal of Pediatrics, suggesting schools can reopen safely because Children are less likely to get infected. They're less likely to transmit the virus and that knowing that and putting together good mitigation strategies that we can open schools, Angela worries about the tradeoff. If we go in and you get the virus and bring it back to our own families, then we've hurt the people that we love. If I don't go in, then I risk being unemployed and it's a no win situation. Now retired Mississippi State flag that included the Confederate Battle emblem is in high demand among collectors. CBS NEWS Jim Priscilla, the 126 year old Mississippi state flag that included the Confederate stars in bars, Emblem is proving to be popular among collectors in history buffs Since June of first we've sold over 230 Mississippi State Flax Way normally sell anywhere from 5 to 10 a month Kits. A. Stevens works at Bourgeois, the historic last home of Confederate President Jefferson Davis on the Gulf Coast waterfront in Biloxi, Mississippi. Jim Krystle, a CBS News human remains found in Mathura and are identified is a missing Manchester, New Hampshire, man. Remains are a 52 year olds Heikki Achara Bhatti, who was reported as missing by his family on March 14th. The FBI's Boston office says the remains were found following a multi day search. The FBI and other agencies had been digging around a large lot in Methuen for three days. The FBI says an investigation into those responsible for Ciara bodies death. Is ongoing. A stabbing inside the Auburn Mall last night leaves one man in critical condition. Police got several 911 911 calls just over After six last night. They're asking anyone who may have cell phone video of the incident to contact police. No other details were provided. And so far no word of any arrests. Valentina. Some pie O is making history as the first transgender model to appear in the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue. The 23 year old who also made history last year, is the first transgender model for Victoria's secret. Says in a personal essay. She's excited and honored to be part of the iconic issue in it. The model discussed the fear, violence and ridicule trans people face, acknowledging that many do not have an accepting family, school or work environment. In her native Brazil, 130 trends people were murdered there last year, more than any other country. The annual swimsuit issue will be available on newsstands. 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"Year. The tailor's fought to be released while they challenged Japan's extradition request, arguing they face health risks if they remain in jail. But prosecutors are Gyu. They're a flight risk and have the resource is to flee. They provided evidence that going wired more than $860,000 to a company managed by Peter Taylor. Goan is an internationally wanted fugitive in Japan Gun is accused of transferring personal investment losses to Nissan and funneling $5 million of Nissan money to his own company. On X Alabama police officer has been charged with human trafficking in New Hampshire. The former officer, Joshua Matthew Davidson, was arrested in an apartment building Friday night in the Hampton he'd been a fugitive after fleeing Alabama to New Hampshire after arrest warrants were issued in June, Davidson was arrested and transferred to Rockingham County Jail in Brentwood. Davidson's first court appearance will be in Hampton District Court on Monday. If he waives extradition, he will be sent back to Alabama. For further proceedings. During an interview with no TCS Telemundo Friday, President Trump said he would be signing a major executive order on immigration, which will include a road to citizenship for those protected under the DACA program. Although the administration suffered a blow, and last month Supreme Court ruling, saying they had failed to provide a justification to end the deferred action on childhood arrivals program, President Trump says the ruling gave him the power to sign this new order. Which he claims will be a very big merit based measure. Dhaka is going to be just fine. We're putting it in, but it's gonna be just fine. And I'm going to be over the next few weeks signing an immigration bill, But a lot of people don't know about it. You have breaking news. But I'm signing a big immigration bill Doctors and Obama era program that protects illegal immigrants who were brought to the United States as Children. Supreme Court last month struck down Trump's efforts to terminate the program. There's a big dilemma many teachers are facing at the prospect of going back to the class and fall. Dr William Rasca Alderton new commentary in The Journal of Pediatrics, suggesting schools can reopen safely because Children are less likely to get infected. They're less likely to transmit the virus. And that, knowing that and putting together good mitigation strategies that we can open schools, Angela worries about the tradeoff. If we go in and we get the virus and bring about your own family's, then we've hurt the people that we love. If I don't go in, then I risk being unemployed and it's a no win situation. At CBS's Nicole Killian reporting a new poll shows most Americans disapprove of President Donald Trump's management. Major crises happening in the country. Correspondent Tom Roberts has more. An ABC News Ipsos poll shows 67% of the country disapproves of Trump's efforts and handling the Corona virus pandemic. The new data is a decrease since the survey began in March regarding how the president is dealing with the current race relations crisis. More than half of White Americans disapprove, along with 92% of black Americans. 83% of Hispanics. These numbers come as President Trump continues to downplay the threat caused by Cove in 19 as confirmed cases climb. The now retired Mississippi state flag that included the Confederate Battle Emblem is in high demand among collectors. CBS NEWS Jim Crow Sula has the story. The 126 year old Mississippi state flag that included the Confederate stars in bars Emblem is proving to be popular among collectors in history buffs since June 1st we've sold Old over 230. Mississippi State flacks on. We normally sell anywhere from 5 to 10 Amon kits. A Stevens works at Bourgeois, the historic last home of Confederate President Jefferson Davis on the Gulf Coast waterfront in Biloxi, Mississippi. Jim Krystle, a CBS News human remains found in Methuen are identified as a missing Manchester, New Hampshire, man. The remains are a 52 year olds Heikki Achara Bitey, who was reported missing by his family on March 14th. The FBI's Boston office says the remains were found following a multi day search. The FBI and other agencies had been digging around a large lot in Methuen using backhoes for three days. The FBI says an investigation into those responsible for Ciara bodies death. Is ongoing. A stabbing inside the Auburn Mall last night leaves one man in critical condition. Police got several 911 calls Just after six o'clock last night. They're asking anyone who might have cell phone video of the incident to contact police. No other details were provided. And so far no word of any arrest. Valentina Sump. Io is making history as the first transgender model to appear in the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue. The 23 year old who also made history last year, is the first transgender model for Victoria's secret. Says in a personal essay. She's excited and honored to be part of the iconic issue in it. The model discussed the fear, violence and ridicule trans people face, acknowledging that many do not have an accepting family, school or work environment. In her native Brazil, 130 trans people were murdered there last year, more than any other country. The annual swimsuit issue will be available on newsstands. Aniline July 21st Matt Piper CBS NEWS It's 3 51 Theo, You have questions about the reopening of Massachusetts. What's open on what's still close.