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"akram" Discussed on WTOP
"Israel celebrating Shabbat inside for the first time since the attack rabbi Charlie citron walker says it's been healing to watch All of that love and support that we received that meant the world To us in our community The standoff January 15th ended when citron walker threw a chair at Malik Faisal akram at the hostages able to escape as an FBI tactical team killed akram congregation leaders say they want to focus on fighting anti semitism which led the gunman to their synagogue Samantha leapman Fox News It's 5 18 Traffic and weather on the 8s and Carlos Ramirez in the WTO traffic center Thanks Ian very good Sunday morning to you at the southbound side of the BW Parkway unfortunately all lanes still blocked after a powder mill road all traffic still being diverted onto powder mill road take that into account here as you make your way out the door I 95 south might be a better option if you're headed towards the beltway I 95 northbound still got the work zone along the left side of the roadway To the left lanes reportedly blocked on your approach towards powder mill road there was also some crash activity reported through that area If they are still out there watch out for them along the right side I two 70 running smoothly in either direction northbound side of the Baltimore Washington Parkway After two O two got some crash activity it looks like it's going to be primarily on the ramp that takes you over towards four 50 watch out for that If four 50 is your destination or at least part of it eastbound or rather westbound inbound side of east capital street as you head over towards sea street over towards RFK stadium You're going to see a little extra volume there for your usual activities on Sunday morning 66 in either direction looks like the work zone isn't the clearing stages here Headed towards the beltway Don't see the cones there in either camera so it looks like that works zone should clear You should have access to the inner loop once again from eastbound 66 and with that said the inter loop ramps to 66 should be in the process of opening might be the case that they're still blocked so watch out plan ahead in case they are still closed Do be ready to take a different route Southbound 95 caller confirms they are still working there between one 23 and Dell city single right lane is all that gets by Remember those barriers along the right make that right lane feel a little claustrophobic So if you've got a larger vehicle give yourself a little room there Northbound 95 still got the work crew after centerport Parkway That's also along the left side Long fence is giving 20% off savings on offense's decks and pavers If financing is available for qualified buyers go to long fence dot com schedule your free estimate today Carlos Ramirez WTO traffic Storm team four is Ryan Miller joining us on what feels like it's a little bit colder morning that it should automate this time of year I'll tell you what we're in the 30s and 40s and it's going to be a chilly day across the region Highs are only going to.
UK police arrest another 2 men over Texas hostage siege
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"akram" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Amid escalating tensions with Russia over Ukraine The meetings come as the U.S. embassy in Kyiv announced the arrival today of part of the $200 million security assistance package for Ukraine's military The White House says the president has made it clear that any movement across the border by Russian forces will be considered an invasion that will be met with severe international consequences The Arizona Democratic Party board is censuring senator Kristen sinema Today's action comes after cinema voted in favor of keeping the Senate filibuster which effectively killed passage of two major voting rights bills Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell is defending his record on civil rights Lisa Taylor has more This comes after he made a comment this week implying black voters are not the same as other voters On Friday in Kentucky he said the criticism is an outrageous mischaracterization because he left one word out inadvertently He also called the backlash deeply offensive after the comment the hashtag Mitch please started trending on social media I'm Lisa Taylor Flags are flying at half staff in New York City to honor slain NYPD officer Jason Rivera The 22 year old rookie was fatally shot Friday evening after he and two other officers responded to a domestic incident inside a Harlem apartment The suspect Lesean McNeil shot Rivera and 27 year old wilbert Moore He is still fighting for his life at Harlem hospital The son of actress Regina King has committed suicide People magazine says her 26 year old son was king's only child whom she shared with her ex-husband In a statement king called him such a bright light who cared so deeply about the happiness of others A sequel to the Christmas time favorite at Christmas story is set to bring back its main character Peter billingsley will reprise his role as Ralphie as an adult who brings his kids to the famous house on Cleveland street The original film is set in the 1940s and follows Ralphie as he tries to convince the adults in his life to get him a BB gun for Christmas I'm Julie Ryan The FBI is confirming special agents shot to death the suspect in an attack on a north Texas synagogue Brian shook reports Special agent in charge Matt disarmo told reporters on Friday Malik akram was becoming erratic during negotiations last Saturday at congregation Beth Israel in colleville He also made multiple demands and threats They're not sure how akram got hold of his weapon in the U.S. but say they've been successfully tracking his movements Akram traveled from England to New York City before making his way to north Texas It's believed he purposefully targeted the synagogue I'm Brian schuck General Motors is announcing plans to invest $154 million in a New York factory to build electric vehicle components Matt mattson has more The lock port components plant will make the power plan for upcoming all electric vehicles that are scheduled to be on the road in 2025 GM's all team platform is its own system that will be put in future EVs and trucks the investment will also create around 230 new jobs the automaker was recently awarded a $1.3 billion tax abatement for future upgrades to its plant in orient township Michigan I met Matson Fans of rock legend meatloaf are reviving a petition to induct the late singer into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Meet love died this week at the age of 74 Soon after the news of his death an old petition on change dot org to have meatloaf inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame began receiving hundreds of new signatures during his career meatloaf sold over 80 million albums worldwide A new dramatized version of the Tiger king saga is almost here peacock released the first teaser for the new series Joe versus Carroll this week The 62nd trailer gives a first look at Kate McKinnon as Carole Baskin and John Cameron Mitchell as Joe Exotic The series by the makers of shameless is set to premiere on March 3rd I'm Julie.
"akram" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Linked to a domestic dispute in Harlem at a news conference Friday night mayor Eric Adams a former NYPD captain called it an attack on the city We're going to find these guns And we're going to find those who carry them and use them We are committed to ending this violent My heart goes out to these families He called on lawmakers in Washington to help stop the gun problems in New York and other cities across the country These were the third and fourth NYPD officers to be shot in the line of duty this week At Texas federal judge is issuing a preliminary injunction against President Biden's federal COVID vaccine mandate judge Jeffrey Brown ruled Friday that Biden was abusing his authority by requiring federal workers to get the shot The judge criticized The White House for issuing the order without congressional approval while noting however that he believed people should get the shot The FBI is confirming the special agents shot to death the suspect in an attack on a north Texas synagogue last weekend Brian shook has more Special agent in charge Matt da sarno told reporters on Friday Malik akram was becoming erratic during negotiations last Saturday at congregation Beth Israel in colleville He also made multiple demands and threats They're not sure how akram got ahold of his weapon in the U.S. but say they've been successfully tracking his movements Akram traveled from England to New York City before making his way to north Texas It's believed he purposefully targeted the synagogue I'm Brian schuck A Florida man is pleading guilty to threatening to behead House speaker Nancy Pelosi and congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez the U.S. attorney's office for the southern district of Florida says Paul Vernon hoffer has pleaded guilty to three counts of interstate transmission of threats to kidnap or injure I'm Brad Siegel The Internal Revenue Service will start accepting 2021 tax returns in less than a week and the delays and headaches to come might eclipse last year Mike Bauer has more Last year was according to an independent advocacy agency within the IRS one of the worst filing seasons the agency in charge of raising the money that the country needs the IRS collects 95 cents of every dollar in federal revenue will once again be hamstrung by budget cuts and aging workforce and complicated hiring processes that have left the IRS severely understaffed One revenue agent said on condition of anonymity checks are getting sent in and not processed leaving one treasury official to say things might be more challenging even than what we anticipate and what we anticipate is very very challenging I might bower Fans of rocker meatloaf are reviving a petition to induct the singer into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame the singer's family announced late Thursday on his Facebook page that the Grammy winner had died at the age of 74 soon after the news of his death an older petition on change dot org to have meatloaf put into The Rock hall began receiving hundreds of new signatures New Yorkers are rallying against Asian hate crimes following the death of an Asian man who was attacked last year We're.
"akram" Discussed on WCPT 820
"To end in this violent My heart goes out to these families He called on lawmakers in Washington to help stop the gun problems in New York and other cities across the country These were the third and fourth NYPD officers to be shot in the line of duty this week A Texas federal judge is issuing a preliminary injunction against President Biden's federal COVID vaccine mandate Judge Jeffrey Brown ruled Friday that Biden was abusing his authority by requiring federal workers to get the shot The judge criticized The White House for issuing the order without congressional approval The FBI is confirming special agents shot to death a suspect in an attack on the north Texas synagogue last weekend Brian shook reports Special agent in charge Matt da sarno told reporters on Friday Malik akram was becoming erratic during negotiations last Saturday at congregation death Israel in colleague He also made multiple demands and threats They're not sure how akram got ahold of his weapon in the U.S. but say they've been successfully tracking his movements Akram traveled from England to New York City before making his way to north Texas It's believed he purposefully targeted the synagogue I'm Brian schuck A Florida man is pleading guilty to threatening to be head House speaker Nancy Pelosi and congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez the U.S. attorney's office for the southern district of Florida said Paul heifer has pleaded guilty to three counts of interstate transmission of threats to kidnap or injure Brad Siegel NBC News radio This.
"akram" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A global news update the FBI is confirming special agents shot to death the suspect in an attack in a north Texas synagogue Brian shook has the latest Special agent in charge Matt da sarno told reporters on Friday Malik akram was becoming erratic during negotiations last Saturday at congregation death Israel in colleville He also made multiple demands and threats They're not sure how akram got a hold of his weapon in the U.S. but say they've been successfully tracking his movements Akram traveled from England to New York City before making his way to north Texas It's believed he purposefully targeted this synagogue I'm Brian schuck and the FBI is saying Brian laundry claimed responsibility for killing Gabby patito though he said the admission was found in a notebook inside a backpack near his body in Florida The 20 year old petito was found dead in September and laundry was found dead weeks later The FBI says laundry died from a self inflicted gunshot wound And that's the very latest I'm Jim Forbes This is Bloomberg law with June grotto from Bloomberg radio The Supreme Court seems ready to add to a line of decisions striking down campaign finance restrictions that began in 2010 with the citizens united case Republican senator Ted Cruz is challenging the $250,000 cap on the amount of personal loans a Canada can be repaid with money raised after an election At oral arguments the court's conservative justices suggested they saw the provision as a violating the free speech rights of candidates without any evidence of actual corruption Here are chief justice John Roberts and justice Amy Coney Barrett Marginal burden on the exercise of First Amendment rights against the marginal assistance in preventing corruption there isn't a sufficient corrupt anti corruption interests of up to 250,000 but then all of a sudden there is It says that this doesn't enrich him personally because he's no better off than he was before It's paying alone not lining his pockets But the liberal justices saw the provision as a way to combat the corrupting influence of contributions made after a candidate has won Here are justices Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan But you just said the magic words to make a contribution to the winner Not two a campaign and for instance but for the pockets of the winner That's a very different corrupting influence If a third party says you're doing such a good job I want to repay your loan for you I mean one day I had a $10,000 loan the next day I don't I'm $10,000 richer Somebody just made me a $10,000 gift Joining me is Richard bravo a professor at Columbia law school Rich these campaign finance provisions are a little technical Tell us about the provision at issue here So senator Cruz is challenging I can't fairly minor provision with federal election law which deals with candidates who lend their own campaigns money and then want to get that loan paid back by the campaign after the election is over Does that recruit lenses campaign $260,000 Under the law he can be paid back in full any money the campaign receives before election day And also any money $250,000 that the campaign receives after election day The law says that you can't be paid back beyond the $250,000 with any money that comes in after election day So again he lent his campaign money the losses that's alone And candidates will do this typically early in the campaign before they've actually raised a lot of money It's kind of a seed money So candidates can make a loan to their campaign particularly as seed money and then later as the campaign has gotten contributions they can pay the candidate back That's all with pre election day money With post election day money they can still pay the candidate back but only with up to $250,000 of post election day contributions After that they can still pay him back save any money in their account but they can not accept and use any more post election day contributions any more than $250,000 to repay their debt to their own candidate And what's the reason behind regulating the repayment of candidate loans in this way Well the reason behind it is London after the election of course your guy is one Technically if the issue also applies to candidates is lost But the problem comes up hey the other candidate has won And this could become a way of currying favor with the winner Moreover the money is not going to go to pay for any electioneering and the reason campaign contributions are treated as protected campaign contributions and not gifts which could be prohibited by ethics laws or can be treated as bribes is because they're used to pay for election activities Well at this point the election is over So a contribution to the candidate's campaign should be used to pay back the candidate looks a lot like a direct payment to the candidate In these oral arguments unlike the two others we discussed today it seemed like there was a divide between the liberal and conservative justices What were the conservative justices concerned about Well the conservative justices still see this as an indirect but real limit on the ability of a candidate to campaign But candidates will be reluctant to advance money to their campaigns if they can't get fully reimbursed So one point they make is that this operates as an indirect kind of limit on the ability of candidates to raise and spend money A second point that's raised by some of them I think justice Kavanaugh in particular was the law still capped the amount of donations that a donor could give to the campaign to pay back the candidate That cap is the $2900 cap That would apply And the fact is part of the oral argument was 86 people could give that permissible $2900 That's how you get to $250,000 If 86 people could give the $2900 to pay back the $250,000 loan why not 87 Why not the next person And that's the issue Why not the next person As long as there's a cap on the size of the donation to the campaign committee they don't see a corruption issue So justice Amy Coney Barrett wondered how repayment of the loans could be seen as giving a gift to the winner.
"akram" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Business app This is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update The House committee investigating last year's capitol riot now has a bunch of documents from the Trump White House Lisa Taylor has more More than 700 pages have been given to the committee The national archives handed over the documents that came after the Supreme Court swept aside the former president's attempt to keep them away from the panel The man who allegedly killed a UCLA grad student is now officially facing charges TMZ reports the Los Angeles County district attorney's office charged Shawn laval Smith in the stabbing death of Breonna kupfer the 24 year old was killed while working at a high end furniture store last week The FBI is confirming special agents shot to death the suspect in an attack on a north Texas synagogue special agent in charge Matt disarm told reporters today Malik akram was becoming erratic during negotiations last Saturday at congregation Beth Israel in khaliev He also made multiple demands and threats They're not sure how akram got ahold of his weapon in the U.S. but say they've been successfully tracking his movements President Biden is thanking the nation's mayors for helping get the sweeping infrastructure Bill through Congress Biden spoke at a meeting of the U.S. conference of mayors and said the measure is starting to make a big difference across the U.S. and in just two months we've already seen this law start to make a real difference Transforming our communities and tangible ways The COVID Akron variant surge is starting to drop in some parts of the U.S. that's according to CDC director Rochelle Walensky Doctor walensky also cited new evidence that COVID vaccine booster shots provide significant protection against hospitalization from the Akron variant Josh Duggar's defense team is asking for an acquittal following his child porn conviction Duggar was found guilty for possessing and receiving child sexual abuse material in December The defense is appealing the conviction and asking for an acquittal citing the prosecution's failure to disclose evidence concerning a witness I'm Brian schuch The agency in charge of raising the money the country needs will once again be hamstrung Mike Bauer explains one unnamed revenue agent says the IRS is running out of steam The IRS doesn't have scanning technology relying instead on humans to open the mail and manually enter information into its computer systems with some software built in the 1960s not Windows 98 the 1960s and it is facing a backlog of paper filings from last year including 6.2 million unprocessed ten 40 forms The bulk of the issues with tax filing season involved paper filings If you can file electronically using direct deposit do that And be careful Mistakes will jam up and already jammed up process I'm Mike Bauer A teacher is under fire for taping a mask to a student's face in Pennsylvania a picture of the middle school teacher putting tape on the child's mask was posted to Facebook early this week the north Penn school district in the suburbs of Philadelphia said the teacher's actions were inappropriate and unacceptable but no ill will was intended They did not elaborate if the teacher will be fired or placed on leave The growth of the plant based meat substitute industry is saving animal lives Mark Mayfield fills us in World animal protection a global nonprofit estimates the use of products like plant based chicken sausage and beef kept 700,000 animals from the slaughterhouse in 2021 The market for products offered by companies like beyond meat is expected to continue to proliferate as more and more major restaurant chains enter into partnerships or offer their own vegan and vegetarian meat options An Ohio man is going viral after his wife posted a video of him taking a rooster out for a walk on a leash Melissa may posted to Facebook this week admitting that her husband Sean has been using a leash to keep the rooster safe because it follows him everywhere The maze named the rooster Carl Francis and said it was left abandoned near their house 5 months ago I'm Brian schuch And I'm Charlie pellet Bloomberg world headquarters The S&P 500 Index today closed below its 200 day moving average a key technical level for the first time since 2020 stocks had the worst week since the outbreak of the pandemic royal markets tech shares bore the brunt of today's sell off for the week the S&P was down 5.7% Kali Cox is U.S. investment strategist at E toro We don't think that this right here is an economic crisis or a bull market ender We think that the fed is going to take a gradually But at the same time you really need to position your portfolios for these pullbacks that could happen even in a healthy market Callie Cox of E Taro the rising interest rate environment is a major concern for investors and of next week's fed meeting suban rajab is head of U.S. rate strategy at societe generale I think more than four hikes for this year and balance sheet on one on top of that seems like a lot for the market to digest So I think that the fed is going to take a very very measured approach to policy normalization Sabada rajappa associate general a barometer of U.S. economic growth is signaling gains in early 2022 that story from Bloomberg's Vidal giudice The index of leading economic indicators rose for the tenth month in a row in December The index compiled by the conference board is intended to project economic growth over three to 6 months rising building permits led December's gain in the LAI Then he felt judicious Bloomberg radio Citigroup is asking staff in the New York City area to return to the office February 7th stocks lower with the S&P 500 Index down 84 points today down 1.9% The Dow down 450 down 1.3% NASDAQ down 385 down 2.7% for the week NASDAQ was down 7 and a half percent Globally used 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take power by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Charlie pallet This is Bloomberg This is balance of power with David Weston.
UK police arrest 2 men over Texas synagogue hostage-taking
"British British British British police police police police say say say say they've they've they've they've arrested arrested arrested arrested two two two two people people people people in in in in connection connection connection connection with with with with a a a a hostage hostage hostage hostage taking taking taking taking at at at at a a a a synagogue synagogue synagogue synagogue in in in in Texas Texas Texas Texas counter counter counter counter terrorism terrorism terrorism terrorism police police police police say say say say one one one one man man man man was was was was arrested arrested arrested arrested in in in in Birmingham Birmingham Birmingham Birmingham central central central central England England England England another another another another in in in in Manchester Manchester Manchester Manchester that that that that being being being being held held held held for for for for questioning questioning questioning questioning I I I I have have have have not not not not yet yet yet yet been been been been charged charged charged charged British British British British citizen citizen citizen citizen Manik Manik Manik Manik Faisal Faisal Faisal Faisal Akram Akram Akram Akram took took took took four four four four people people people people hostage hostage hostage hostage after after after after the the the the synagogue synagogue synagogue synagogue on on on on Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday in in in in a a a a ten ten ten ten on on on on a a a a standoff standoff standoff standoff that that that that ended ended ended ended in in in in his his his his death death death death he'd he'd he'd he'd entered entered entered entered the the the the US US US US as as as as a a a a tourist tourist tourist tourist about about about about two two two two weeks weeks weeks weeks before before before before the the the the attack attack attack attack at at at at congregation congregation congregation congregation Beth Beth Beth Beth Israel Israel Israel Israel two two two two British British British British teenagers teenagers teenagers teenagers were were were were arrested arrested arrested arrested as as as as part part part part of of of of the the the the probe probe probe probe on on on on Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday and and and and later later later later released released released released without without without without charge charge charge charge Charles Charles Charles Charles Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor this this this this month month month month London London London London
"akram" Discussed on WTOP
"Com Double duty will be used to have three 11 There are dramatic new details this morning about how a rabbi and two other people got away from that gunman holding them hostage over the weekend for 11 hours at a synagogue near Dallas NBC likely news anchor luster holt discovery What we've learned a lot about the suspect and also video escape and we'll start with that 11 hour stand up as you know at one point apparently the rabbi through a chair gave an opening for them to leave and there was according to authorities that exchange of shots in which the positive sacred Malik fizzle akram 44 year old British citizen was killed They don't know a lot about his story He came into the country legally on December 29th and made his way to the Dallas area We're told this is an international investigation now his teenage sons in Britain have been questioned no indication that they are suspects but authorities on both sides of the Atlantic trying to understand what happened Lester is the nation marks Martin Luther King Jr. day members of king's family and others are pushing for voting rights as the president's push has stalled in the Senate What are doctor king's family members saying Well his son marching as you know in Washington ebenezer baptist church also in Atlanta there was a commemoration and focused again on something that was near and dear to his heart which was voting rights and there was a sense of realism understanding where the votes are and where they are not but also commitment to continue to push this forward And I think many thought this was an appropriate day to do so Well finally you're looking back on the life of Bethesda Maryland's Charles McGee one of the last tuskegee airmen who died at the age of 102 you had a chance to speak with him on several occasions over time What are your memories Yeah I spoke to him after you may recall in 2020 president Trump awarded him a star he promoted into Brigadier general at that moment saluting him for his service You went on and did something like 400 combat missions not only in World War II as one of the tuskegee airmen but also he served in Korea and then later Vietnam Secretary of Defense Austin saying I'm incredibly grateful for his sacrifice his legacy and his character That's NBC nightly news anchor Lester holt in a conversation with Sean and Brennan You are listening to 103.5 FM and P dot com When.
"akram" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Martin Luther King Jr. is pushing for this Senate to pass voting rights legislation To all of those who are here to honor my grandfather's 93rd year the only way we know how through action MLK's granddaughter Yolanda Renee king said her grandfather's passion for equality has been passed down to her The rabbi of the Dallas area synagogue says throwing a chair at the hostage taker helped him escape with two others They were held for ten hours during the standoff on Saturday all hostages managed to escape the British hostage taker identified as Malik akram was killed Scientists are reporting a genetic risk factor for loss of smell after a COVID infection as many as 1.6 million people in the U.S. still have a change in their ability to smell 6 months after contracting COVID 23andMe researchers conducted the study as part of a larger COVID project I'm Brian schuch And I Brian Curtis in Los Angeles Let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets The bank of Japan stood pat on policy and adjusted its view of inflation risks for the first time since 2014 The BOJ kept its negative interest rate It's bond yield target and asset purchases unchanged But with energy cost surging the bank did nudge up its forecast for prices in the year ahead starting in April and also for the following year U.S. treasuries fell across the curve on Tuesday with two year yields rising above 1% for the first time since 2020 Speculation has risen of a fed rate hike in March the yield rose as much as 5 basis points to 1.02% At the moment it is right on that number one O two and the yield on the ten year is now at 1.82% China's property sector shrank at the fastest pace in the final three months of last year output in the real estate sector down 2.9% after a 1.6% contraction in the previous three months China's banks are expected to lower their loan prime rates this week That's according to China's official media The PBOC cut the rate of the one year policy loan and also its 7 day reverse repurchase rates yesterday Banks are now likely to cut their one year and 5 year loan prime rates by ten basis points and that's according to the Shanghai securities news All right let's check the markets You mentioned that equities were on the gain to the banks and index of four tenths of 1% Thanks and tech index up 1.2% The CSI 300 in China is now up about 1.1% In the Nike rallying 9 tenths of 1% Dollar yen one 1481 Global news 24 hours a day live in a Bloomberg quick take brought to you by 2700 journalists and analysts In a 120 countries In Los Angeles I Brian Curtis This is Bloomberg I'm Barry revolts you're listening to masters in business on Bloomberg radio My extra special guest this week is ray dalio He is the founder of Bridgewater the world's largest hedge fund and the author of a new book principles for dealing with the changing world order why nations succeed and fail So there was a data point that I was really impressed with from the book that I had no idea And I want to ask you this question as a follow-up of what we were talking about earlier Ten great nations going back a few hundred years since 1900 7 out of ten of these nations saw their wealth wiped out at least once That's a pretty astonishing data point The wealth of an entire nation wiped out how does that happen And what is the aftermath like It's so good that people can see these cycles starting when we start in 1900 Our perspective does not include these things and when you start to see it at the cycle it's quite something So what happens is here's how it works Capitalism and a capital market is a fabulous system for getting resources in the hands of entrepreneurs and inventive people and it raises living standards particularly after a war when there's a peaceful period and you've done the restructuring and things improve And so if we go back let's say to the 1800s and take 1850 and so on we have the industrial revolution that the power of the individual and so on and it rises But what happens is it also creates wealth gaps and it creates opportunity gaps because those who have more money can educate their children better can do certain things And it also creates greater levels of indebtedness because as the cycle goes on everybody at bets on an increasing and so on and they get more in debt and so on And you turn the 1900 You come into 1900 And then you start to see the conflict begin to emerge This is when the bad treatment of workers and workers rights and then that's what labor Child labor And then also taxes start to rise We didn't have an income tax And then they start to rise but there's also an anger and that begins to emerge And then there's the conflict and there's economic pain and conflict When you have a big wealth gap And you have economic problems You have a conflict That's a classic set of ingredients particularly then if you have too much debt you're going to have a problem So what we see is that you come into that period And the pendulum swings the other way That people get angry You saw that in 2008 The anti capitalist You can certainly see the anti capitalist In other words the billionaires not no longer the inventive person who gets what they deserve kind of thing They're really more okay the greedy And they're living sort of decadent lives while at the same time as people are not getting educated and so on People get angry And so you see that kind of an R cap and repeatedly So that's the nature of the beast in terms of that cycle So here's the big question Are these cycles inevitable Is our fate sealed Or is there something we as an ancient can do to break what sounds like a very self destructive cycle of external competition excessive debt and internal strife Yes No it's in our ability to deal with that as a society Because in the book I show the 5 major determinants but I also show 18 determinants And they are predictors of the next ten years growth rates and conditions And so you could see them that's like a health index Right So it's education innovation and technology cost competitiveness military strength trade et cetera Right And what I did is I put numbers on that so you can see the graph and are they improving or they weren't And so on so that to health index that I hope everyone would look at and even judge their leaders by Are we getting better or are we getting weaker And what is the conflict But if I'm going to not take you through all the 18 in the book I just want to say that there were two there were a few basic ones Most importantly can we earn more than we spend Can we have not increased the amount of indebtedness Is greater than the expansion of national debt That's right If the IOUs continue to build up and what you can't raise living standards by producing credit and money it's a basic thing However you do the accounting whatever monetary system happens Barry you can't sustain yourself or your family or a country can not do that by.
"akram" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Debate voting rights legislation tomorrow as NPR's Alana wise reports king's granddaughter Yolanda Rene king delivered remarks today on the importance of voting rights The 13 year old from Atlanta traveled to Washington to encourage Congress to pass comprehensive voting rights reform She spoke alongside her parents from the Frederick Douglass bridge in D.C. In her speech king called on lawmakers to pass the two voting rights bills that now sit stalled in the Senate Her choice of speaking location a bridge was meant to highlight how if Congress could pass an infrastructure Bill what should stop them from passing voting rights legislation The 8th grade king's remarks came 59 years after her grandfather delivered his famous I have a dream speech in Washington For NPR news I'm Alana wise in Washington The leader of a Texas synagogue who was held hostage on Saturday says it was a terrifying experience In an interview with CBS this morning rabbi charley citron walker said security courses he and his congregation have taken helped him get through the ordeal from member station K ERA in Dallas Stella Chavez has more During the last hour of the standoff citron walker says things weren't looking good the hostage taker British national Malik Faisal akram wasn't getting what he wanted Citron walker says he saw an opportunity I am made sure that the two gentlemen who are still with me that they were ready to go The exit wasn't too far away I told them to go I threw a chair at the gunman And I headed for the door And all three of us were able to get out without even a shopping fire Akram died after law enforcement entered the synagogue On Sunday British authorities said they had arrested two teenagers as part of their investigation into the events I'm still a Chaves in Dallas Beginning this week the federal government is deploying more than a hundred military healthcare workers to hospitals overwhelmed by a surge in COVID-19 cases Quinn klinefelter of member station W D T reports it's the first wave of about a thousand federal medical personnel ready to help health officials say many hospitals face severe staff shortages from workers quarantined because of the highly contagious omicron variant The Biden administration is sending an infusion of military medical reinforcements to hospitals and states especially overwhelmed by cases of COVID That includes Michigan New York New Jersey New Mexico Ohio and Rhode Island W D E T Quinn klinefelter this is NPR The United Arab Emirates is condemning what it calls a terrorist attack in Abu Dhabi today Police say possible drone strikes caused three fuel trucks to explode and trigger a fire near the international airport three people were killed Yemen's Houthi rebels are claiming responsibility the UAE works with Saudi Arabia to fight the Iranian backed rebels New research suggests that Mars may have once been home to a cold ocean and Pierre's Jeff brumfield has details Its surface has valleys that look like they were carved by running water and evidence of ancient shorelines in the planet's northern hemisphere but there aren't enough of these features to suggest that Mars was super warm and wet Now Frederick Schmidt of Paris university and his colleagues have run computer models that show billions of years ago there could have been a cold Martian ocean the ocean would have been located in the northern hemisphere It could have delivered rainfall to some areas and built up glaciers in others The researchers say their vision of a cold wet Mars fits with current observations but more data from rovers is needed The work appears in the proceedings of the national Academy of Sciences Jeff bromfield and piano's Washington In the Pacific island nation of Tonga communications are still extremely limited after Saturday's tsunami triggered by an undersea volcanic eruption that was felt thousands of miles away the islands are covered in ash Australia New Zealand of saint surveillance flights to assess damage I am Barbara Klein and PR news Support for NPR comes from NPR stations Other contributors include clavio working to help brands deliver personalized email and SMS campaigns that drive revenue and create genuine customer relationships.
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"The attorney general is focused on making sure that we deal with these kinds of acts Speaking to reporters in Philadelphia Sunday Biden said he didn't know all the details but confirmed the suspect was a British national who purchased weapons on the street after landing in the U.S. The FBI in Dallas has identified the gunman who was killed as 44 year old Malik fazil akram The president promised to thorough investigation into what he called an act of terrorism and anti semitism Netflix is raising prices again a basic subscription plan will now run 9 99 a month the standard plan will cost 1549 while the premium plan is up to 1999 I'm Michael castner Mourners including New York City mayor Eric Adams said goodbye to victims of this month's deadly apartment fire in The Bronx The American Dream for too many burnt in that fire It is our obligation to make sure that remains alive from all of us Mayor Adams was on hand as a mass funeral for 15 of the 17 victims was held yesterday at a local mosque two children were buried earlier last week at a mosque in Harlem the January 6th fire was the deadliest fire in New York City history in 30 years Country singer Sarah Evans estranged husband was arrested in Nashville over the weekend after he allegedly tried to hit her with his vehicle 49 year old former football player Jade Barker was taken into custody early Saturday morning on suspicion of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon following this weekend's incident he issued a statement reading in part we all confront challenges in life and my family and I are now facing one He's free on $10,000 bond Americans can start ordering free in home COVID tests this Wednesday Lisa Taylor has more There will be a limit of four test kits per household tests are expected to be shipped within 7 to 12 days of ordering The Biden administration.
Texas rabbi: Security training paid off in hostage standoff
"Police police in in England England say say they've they've arrested arrested two two teenagers teenagers in in that that probe probe into into an an armed armed British British national national holding holding four four people people hostage hostage during during a a ten ten all all stand stand out out a a Texas Texas synagogue synagogue the the greater greater Manchester Manchester police police have have not not named named the the suspects suspects detained detained on on Sunday Sunday well well with with that that they they face face any any charges charges they they describe describe them them as as teenagers teenagers in in custody custody for for questioning questioning authorities authorities have have identified identified the the hostage hostage taker taker as as forty forty four four year year old old British British national national Malek Malek Faisal Faisal Akram Akram he he was was killed killed on on Saturday Saturday night night after after the the loss loss sausages sausages ran ran out out of of congregation congregation Beth Beth Israel Israel near near fort fort worth worth the the FBI FBI says says it it appears appears Akram Akram was was acting acting alone alone he'd he'd arrived arrived in in the the U. U. S. S. recently recently on on a a tourist tourist visa visa from from the the U. U. K. K. London's London's Metropolitan Metropolitan Police Police say say its its counterterrorism counterterrorism group group is is the the asing asing with with US US authorities authorities about about the the incident incident Charles Charles Taylor Taylor this this month month London London
"akram" Discussed on WTOP
"Matt and it's 38° outside the WTO studios at 1142 Authorities have identified the man who held four people hostage at a Texas synagogue yesterday as Malik Faisal akram a British national He was killed at the end of the ten hour standoff No one else was hurt Police in England have also arrested two teenagers in their investigation into akram They were not named rabbi Charlie citron walker who was among the hostages says security training that his suburban Fort Worth congregation has received over the years helped him and the other three hostages through the ordeal Locally rabbi haim schaffner of kesher Israel the Georgetown synagogue shared his take with For quite a while I think since the attack in Pittsburgh I said to myself what does it mean when you walk into a synagogue today And if there aren't police at the front door you feel uncomfortable I mean it's sort of just kind of happened but when I reflect about it I think well that's not the America that I know And how do we come together to address that kind of hatred And make our country one in which there's freedom The motive in the Texas synagogue hostage rescue is still under investigation A candidate for D.C. council says he was carjacked at gunpoint in northeast yesterday afternoon Democrat Nate Fleming says it happened at a gas station at the corner of nanny Helen Burroughs and Minnesota avenues He says four masked men approached him one had a gun Fleming gave up his car he says he shocked angry embarrassed but not surprised D.C..
"akram" Discussed on WTOP
"We're looking at powerful winds heavy rain and also the potential for coastal flooding Travel was also hazardous from Georgia and through the Carolinas Colonel Freddie Johnson is commander of the North Carolina state highway patrol We have responded to 460 calls for service and 200 collisions in effected areas and those numbers continue to grow Two teenagers have been detained in England over their alleged role in a synagogue hostage situation in Texas yesterday CBS's Nicole skaga with more on the suspect who was shot and killed by hostage negotiators 44 year old hostage taker Malik Faisal akram did not appear on U.S. terror watch lists U.S. officials tell CBS News The president and First Lady volunteered at a food bank as part of a day of service for Martin Luther King Jr. day tomorrow CBS News brief I'm Mack piper 7 35 now People in New York City paid final respects today to loved ones who perished a week ago when fire filled a Bronx apartment building with thick smoke 17 people were killed including 8 children Today's mass funeral capped a week of prayers and mourning within a close knit community many hailing from the West African country of Gambia The amagon variant is driving up COVID infections and deaths in nursing homes across the nation The Centers for Disease Control reports are near record of about 32,000 COVID cases among nursing home residents in the week ending January 9th That's almost a sevenfold increase from a month earlier A total of 645 COVID related deaths among residents were recorded the same week That's a 47% increase Despite these numbers the situation is still not as dire as it was in December of 2020 When reported deaths at nursing homes were around 6200 per week experts credit the high vaccination rates now among nursing home residents Linda kenyon CBS News Coming up in the minutes ahead here on wtp Virginia's new attorney general Jason Meyer has given a new investigation to look into and also will bring you the very latest on traffic and weather particularly as the storm shifts to freezing rain tonight making driving hazardous 7 37 If you have ever thought.
"akram" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Biden has called Saturday's hostage standoff at a synagogue in Texas and act of terror Four people escaped unharmed after they were held for several hours the FBI has identified the hostage taker who died during the siege as a British citizen named Malik Faisal akram we can speak now to our correspondent Sophie long She joins us from the Dallas suburb of colville where the siege took place Sophie what more did President Biden have to say Well John you're right in saying he called this an act of terror He also praised the rescue efforts by the multiple law enforcement agencies involved and he said he'd be talking to the rabbi concern he said that they'd missed each other's calls but he wanted to reassure synagogues and places of worship that these kind of acts would not be tolerated and he said they would be focusing on what he called the rise in anti semitism And what more do we know about the hostage taker Yeah well this investigation is still in its early stages but details have been emerging about malick Faisal akram throughout the day We now know he was a 44 year old British citizen who was originally from Lancashire U.S. authorities said he arrived on U.S. soils about two weeks ago we believe through JFK airport in New York They're currently investigating whether he appears on any terrorist watch lists at all He's not known to have any kind of criminal record at this stage The authorities say he was emotionally unstable and he gained access to the synagogue by claiming he was homeless now There's also been a statement posted on social media by his family who confirmed that their brother had passed away in Texas and they also confirmed that he was suffering from mental health issues They said that they were devastated as a family and didn't condone his actions They also stressed that he released all the hostages and said that they always knew he wouldn't have done them any harm And they said that any attack on any human due Christian or Muslim was wrong Now there's some debate about exactly what happened in the last hour of this siege We heard in a statement from the rabbi concerned that in the last hour the hostage taker became increasingly agitated and he said that they wouldn't have escaped with their lives had they not undergone the active shooter and security training that they had And he said that was invaluable and urged to everyone who's a member of a synagogue or congregation to undertake the same kind of training I'm just briefly Sophie We know he was armed then doy and if so where did he get his weapon Well that too remains unclear at this stage when he entered the synagogue he interrupted that morning service and said that he had a gun and a bomb Now at the moment there has been no evidence of any explosives in the area according to U.S. authorities in terms of whether he had a gun or not certainly shots were fired and the rabbi who was inside who was one of the hostages does refer to him as a gunman in his statement but we don't have any confirmation from the U.S. authorities as to exactly what weapons he had or indeed how he got hold of them Sophie that's our correspondent Sophie long in the Dallas suburb of colleville where this siege took place.
"akram" Discussed on WTOP
"The man who held a group of Jewish congregants hostage in Texas he's now been identified FBI officials say his name was Malik Faisal akram He was a 44 year old British citizen He was shot and killed after the last of the hostages got out around 9 p.m. yesterday at congregation Beth Israel near Fort Worth But the FBI isn't giving a motive yet but there are reports he was demanding the release of a Pakistani woman who's in a Texas prison for trying to kill you as troops in Afghanistan Locally please say there are no credible threats but they are stepping up patrols around Jewish centers in our area We spoke with rabbi schaffner He's the rabbi of kesher Israel the Georgetown synagogue and he joined us to talk about how it's affecting Jewish congregations here For quite a while I think since the attack in Pittsburgh I said to myself what does it mean when you walk into a synagogue today And if there aren't police at the front door you feel uncomfortable I mean it's sort of just kind of happened but when I reflect about it I think well that's not the America that I know And how do we come together to address that kind of hatred And make our country one in which there's freedom Because a lot of people don't know that many synagogues throughout this country have to have armed guards It's not something you see in many churches in this country Are there houses of worship So what does that mean for your synagogue and other D.C. synagogues That's right I mean all over the country synagogues have trained laypeople to be security personnel and hire and many many synagogues they hire off duty police officers armed guards It's normal now That's right by schaffner rabbi of kesha Israel the Georgetown synagogue It's four 14.
"akram" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"He messaged me last night and he wrote, I am embarrassed to say this, but it is true that I am nearly starving. A high typical is this. I mean, this is this is an educated middle class man who was in Kabul. This isn't a farmer in a drought stricken province. What are you hearing from friends and contacts in Kabul? Yeah, and I think this is what's been most devastating when I was in Kabul just a few weeks ago. I mean, you see very educated middle class families. And we mustn't forget that in the last 20 years, 60% of the population have moved into urban areas. Most people rely on bank accounts and salaries to survive. This is no longer a society that's relying on food security from farmland. The salaries don't exist. I mean, I spoke to health workers, female health workers, and the one thing that the Taliban has done is allowed female health workers to continue to operate and function in the hospitals and the health facilities. I spoke to one woman in a Kabul hospital who told me I live on top of a mountain. It's now winter and it's cold. It's freezing cold. So I slide down the bottom to the bottom of the mountain because of the snow. When I get down to the bottom, injured because she tumbles over several times. She can not afford 11 cents to get the bus to work. When she gets to work, she says to me that she used to be fed at work, but she says, now they can't even feed us out our lunch. And I said to her, why do you continue to come? It's been three and a half months, four months that you continue to come to the workplace. And she said, if I don't come, these children that are suffering from malnutrition will die, the ventilators will stop. The hospital will be dirty and if we don't continue to clean it, the children will die. And just to give you a sense, the hospital beds they were about 35 hospital beds in some of these hospitals in Kabul in Kandahar and Helmand. Children as many as 75 or 80 are in those hospitals. I saw mothers sleeping on the beds of the hospitals and on the floors because they were at capacity. So this idea that 97% of the population now are below the poverty line or 23 24 million people are suffering from famine. It is evident right across the board. You see hungry people, not just suffering from malnutrition in hospitals, but on the streets. I mean, I was shocked, I've been reporting from their country for 15 years. And I haven't seen the scale of hunger and poverty, which was so evident right from the youngest of victims right through to the oldest of people, the most vulnerable of people. Everywhere, right across the board, people were suffering. It's a grim picture. Thank you very much indeed for talking to us about it today. Well, it's still to come, we're going to be meeting Pakistani disability activists whose championing women and girls and working to change attitudes and lives. Akron has been named one of the BBC's women in 2021. Now we've been talking two women about their scars in a Miller went to meet Laura, whose 29 she's a care worker from South Wales, and she's a bone survivor..
"akram" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"Were really shocking, 97% of people there, he said, would soon be too poor to fend for themselves. I'm just going to read you a few lines of what he wrote. He said, by standing aside, we've not just taken leave of the country. Historians will look back and ask if we've taken leave of our collective sensors. Well, at women's art we've been keeping across the situation, particularly with what's happening to women and girls and the BBC's yalda hakim joins me now yelled welcome. Thank you so much. It's about a hundred days since teenage girls were prevented many of them from going to school at the time, the Taliban said that that van was temporary for the girl's own safety and they cited security reasons. Obviously, the fear is that it's permanent. What are your thoughts? Well, indeed, I mean, the Afghan people have a reference point. And that is the rule of the Taliban in the 90s, when they said that they were putting a de facto ban on girls education and women going to work because of security concerns. Now, those security concerns lasted for the duration of the Taliban rule that was a total of 5 years. The big question has been for the last more than hundred days now, a 104 days to be precise. Why this ban on girls over the age of 12? Why, when they put out the statement more than a hundred days ago that all boys across the country could go to school and girls under the age of 12 could go to school, why then this ban on teenage girls? And this really has been the concern of so many young girls young women who are not just banned from school, but also public universities. Kabul university, for example, remains closed. Girls and mostly women can not go to work. So there are huge concerns. I was in Afghanistan about two weeks ago. And I traveled from cardboard down to Kandahar to Helmand right across the board. There continues to be concern from women's groups from civil society about the future of girls education as well as women. This feels like such a regression. You know, we were told that this was a new modern Taliban and there is a real concern as you say that we're heading back to the dark days of the 90s when women and girls were basically moved to the fringes of society. Are the Taliban actually saying anything about this? I mean, are they giving you any explanations? Well, I interviewed everyone from one of the leaders of the Haqqani network and you'll remember the infamous Haqqani network were accused of being behind some of the huge large scale attacks on civilians over the last 20 years. I also interviewed the spokesperson of the foreign ministry and also the international spokesperson of the Taliban. They continue to say that women have the right to work..
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"Now, as you'll have no doubt heard on the news Ghislaine Maxwell has been fine guilty by a New York court of sex trafficking girls, aiding Jeffrey Epstein in his abuse of miners. We're going to look at what this means for those women who came forward to testify, and the wider impact that this case may have, will women be more likely to speak out? Will they feel more likely to be believed? We're going to have all the latest reaction this morning. We'll also look at what's happening in Afghanistan. It's been a hundred days since many girls were banned from attending secondary school by the Taliban in the country. And the country is also facing a real risk of famine. Author Susie Boyd will be joining me in the studio to discuss her latest novel, loved and missed. And in our series on scars, we're going to meet Laura care worker in South Wales, he lives with childhood burns, and abiy Akron is Pakistani disabilities activist. And she's going to be talking to me about how she's working to change attitudes in the subcontinent and beyond. Well, as ever, we are very keen to hear from you. You can text a woman's on 8 four 8 four four texts will be charged at your standard message rate. Do check with your network provider, for exact costs on social media, it's at BBC women's hour and of course you can email us through our website. Now Ghislaine Maxwell is facing the prospect of spending the rest of her life in jail after a jury in New York, find her guilty of grooming and sex trafficking teenage girls to be abused by the sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. The 60 year old British socialite was convicted on 5 out of 6 charges, she's going to be sentenced at a later date. The jury gave their verdicts after 5 days of deliberations. Damian Williams the U.S. attorney general for the southern state of New York hailed the verdict against Maxwell for one of the worst crimes imaginable. Facilitating.
Candidate Akram, John Bulwer And Vistan Bill discussed on Hidden Brain
"Now to John Bulwer residents are voting today in a closely watched mayoral election. It's being seen as a referendum on president territory on today's vote, a rerun after the initial election handed a narrow victory to an opposition candidate to rediscover. Scared is in his tumble, outlying district Vistan Bill supporters of the two main political parties faced off at a bus. Stop doing fifteen minutes and often fifty minutes via doing Jehan fifty minutes. That's a supporter of opposition. Candidate Akram memo
Erdogan sees win in local votes, but loses Turkish capital
"I was in Turkey have dealt a blow to president wretched top wound during local elections on Sunday as his AK party was soundly defeated in major cities often nearly two decades of political dominance, despite Mr. Adnan's tight control over Turkish media and his enduring popularity in rural tacky his party was edged out in the capital Ankara, and the country's largest city is Tom bull at a news conference. President Ataman said he accepted the vote results. Jim Davis niches, it all I believe. The only reason we couldn't get the results who wanted in some cities is that we could not express ourselves enough to the nation, and we felt when their heart solar. Henrik Tamil is from the BBC Turkish service, according to unofficial results. President adorns ruling people alliance lost local election in capital on cut. First time the race was neck and neck in country's biggest city Istanbul. Mr. Dylan's people alliance candidate, the former prime minister and the speaker of the parliament Bonani yielded him declared victory. However, the opposition National Alliance candidate Akram all the disputed the results and later claimed that he won the award prison doors ruling Caroline's won't the in more than fifty cities out of Eighty-one. However, the opposition won at least three of Turkey's biggest five cities and the result in Istanbul is still disputed. Now, these are local elections give us an idea of how significant these results might be the elections were very important for prisoner Doan because winning the elections in Istanbul and Ankara have always been something special for him. He's political rise began twenty five years ago when he was elected as the mayor of history bull and Istanbul and Ankara had been run by Islamist welfare party, and then prison add-ons, Justice and Development Party since one thousand nine hundred ninety four and Mr Radwan had almost twenty rallies Istanbul alone on Friday and Saturday, and he also described the local elections as a matter of survival for the country as you've indicated his party has dominated local elections for a very long time. What is happened to make so many Turkish voters change their minds? The main reason for this loss is surely economic was of Turkey. Turkish economy is in recession the inflation hit. A fifteen year high twenty five percent last year and is nineteen percent right now and Turkish leader lost almost thirty percent against the US dollar lussier and six percent in the first quarter of this year. Unemployment rate, the double figures and reached eleven percent on the eve of the elections. And all these economic woes of Turkey made these elections much more difficult for prisoner one and