35 Burst results for "Alex Cesar"

CDC holding emergency meeting over who should get coronavirus vaccine first

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:33 sec | 1 d ago

CDC holding emergency meeting over who should get coronavirus vaccine first

"Secretary Alex Cesar says it's important to prioritize who gets the covert 19 vaccine when it does become available, So we want to make sure those first vaccines the first weeks go to those most vulnerable those where you have the Just impact on saving lives and also protecting those who are most at risk. Like our frontline health care workers taking care of covert patients Secretary is ours said he wished 300 million doses. The vaccine were available on day one. There would only be about 40 million of those doses ready by the end of the year, with companies having to keep producing for several months for more people to become vaccinated. A

Alex Cesar
Moderna pushes speedy approval of coronavirus vaccine

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:16 sec | 1 d ago

Moderna pushes speedy approval of coronavirus vaccine

"That study results were strong. Moderna is asking us and European regulators to Okay it's covert 19 shots. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar on CBS this morning could be seeing both of these vaccines out on getting into people's arms before Christmas.

Moderna Alex Cesar Health And Human Services CBS
"alex cesar" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:17 min | 1 d ago

"alex cesar" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar on CBS this morning could be seeing both of these vaccines out on getting into people's arms before Christmas. Lawmakers return to Capitol Hill Taking another crack at a coronavirus relief majority leader Mitch McConnell challenge Democrats to help pass a coronavirus relief bill. After months of unproductive negotiations. There's no reason not We should not deliver another major pandemic relief package. Democrats want a package totaling more than $2 Trillion, But Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said Republicans are insisting on a bare bones deal, so we need a true bipartisan bill. Not. This is our bill, Take it or leave it. Steve Dorsey, CBS News, Wash. Arizona and Wisconsin have certified their election results, both confirming their electoral votes go to President elect Joe Biden. Following recounts Arizona Governor Doug Ducey after signing the documents say no, this year was different than any other. With 2020. Pandemic and covert 19 brought new unprecedented challenges for our state President Trump again has promised legal challenges. President elect Joe Biden names key members of his economic team. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Steve Portnoy with more Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen would be the first female Treasury secretary if she's confirmed. New president might have a tougher time getting his designated budget chief through the Senate if it remains in Republican hands. Neera Tanden of former Hillary Clinton aide has spent the past several years is the head of a liberal think tank. And she's used her platform to rail against GOP senators whose votes she might soon need to lead the office of Management and Budget. Many holiday traditions have been canceled or change due to the Cova 19 pandemic that includes the classic ballet. The Nutcracker, CBS News correspondent Lilia Luciano reports. This year's edition is going digital. Like all things 2020. The Nutcracker is also social distancing. New York City Ballet is partnering with Sotheby's to stream of ritual production of the traditional holiday performance to American homes. On Friday, December 4th at 2 P.m. as part of Sotheby's festival of Wonder Icing of Tchaikovsky's classic..

president CBS News Joe Biden Neera Tanden Sotheby CBS Pandemic Mitch McConnell Chuck Schumer Arizona Janet Yellen Governor Doug Ducey Steve Dorsey Secretary Alex Cesar office of Management and Budge
Governors to decide who gets vaccines first, health secretary says

All of It

00:57 sec | 1 d ago

Governors to decide who gets vaccines first, health secretary says

"Services Secretary Alex Cesar is expected to meet with the nation's governors today to talk about plans to distribute Corona virus vaccine once it becomes available. NPR's Windsor Johnson reports, the U. S. Is preparing to roll out the first doses in the coming weeks. Secretary A czar tells CBS News that he and Vice President Mike Pence will speak to the nation's governors to discuss the vaccines and which groups of people should be prioritized to get them. First people in nursing homes the most vulnerable be thinking healthcare workers who are on the front lines of most interacting with suspected covert cases. As the first tranches of people that will try to get vaccinated. A czar says the first to Corona virus vaccines could be available to Americans before Christmas. Pharmaceutical giant Fizer has already filed for emergency use authorization from the FDA. Another developer. Madonna is expected to file today. Windsor Johnston NPR news. Then there's the

Services Secretary Alex Cesar Windsor Johnson U. S. Mike Pence NPR Cbs News Fizer FDA Windsor Johnston Madonna
HHS secretary hopes to approve Covid vaccine 'within days' of Dec. 10 advisory committee meeting

KYW 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 1 d ago

HHS secretary hopes to approve Covid vaccine 'within days' of Dec. 10 advisory committee meeting

"Services Secretary Alex Cesar lays out the timetable for getting the Fizer and murdered a Corona virus vaccines out to the public across the country. A week ago, Fizer submitted their application for emergency authorization and then Madonna today is going to be submitting. With Fizer. We at the FDA announced an advisory committee for December the 10th. And if everything is on track, everything proves out what it appears to be. We could be looking at approval within days after that. Madonna's basically one week behind that Madonna's chief medical officer says he became emotional when he he saw saw the the data data Saturday Saturday night. night. He He even even allowed allowed himself himself to to cry. cry. Well, Well, why why

Fizer Alex Cesar Madonna FDA
US to distribute Covid-19 antibody cocktail that Trump received

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

00:24 sec | 4 d ago

US to distribute Covid-19 antibody cocktail that Trump received

"The drug made by the biotech company where General on very soon, Here's Health and human Services director Alex Cesar to distribute about $30,000 of the Regeneron product with more Come in the ensuing Lee. This is the second antibody treatment to win emergency use approval from the FDA. The antibody treatment is the same one president Trump received when he was battling coronavirus, this report sponsored

Alex Cesar Regeneron Health And Human Services LEE FDA Donald Trump
Operation Warp Speed vaccine development adviser discusses distribution plans

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:23 sec | Last week

Operation Warp Speed vaccine development adviser discusses distribution plans

"Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar says Corona virus vaccine distribution Could begin after the FDA meets on December 10th. We believe we can distribute vaccines, all 64 jurisdictions within 24 hours of FDA authorization during an operation work speed briefing, a czar said they're prepared to distribute vaccines soon after that. FDA meeting to consider drugmaker advisers request for that emergency use

Alex Cesar FDA Health And Human Services
Health secretary says vaccine distribution could begin within weeks

WBZ Afternoon News

00:18 sec | Last week

Health secretary says vaccine distribution could begin within weeks

"Secretary, Alex Cesar today saying that Cove it vaccine distribution could begin right after the Food and Drug Administration meets under 7/10. CVS health. Has said that they expect to be vaccinating residents of nursing homes, one of the top priority groups within 48 hours after FDA authorization,

Alex Cesar Cove Food And Drug Administration
Federal officials hope to distribute 40 million COVID-19 vaccines by end of 2020

Tom Sullivan

00:30 sec | Last week

Federal officials hope to distribute 40 million COVID-19 vaccines by end of 2020

"Tom Roberts has more operation warp Speed. General Gustaf Berna said An initial shipment of 6.8 million doses could be delivered to states as early as December. 12th. However, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar says most Americans won't have access to a vaccine until sometime between April and June of next year. That's two to first responders and high risk patients. Taking priority. Tom Roberts News 93.1 KFBK and almost the entire Sacramento Valley is in the states and most restrictive purple tear

General Gustaf Berna Tom Roberts Alex Cesar Health And Human Services Sacramento Valley
"alex cesar" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:30 min | Last week

"alex cesar" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Let's get an update with the Kofi had 19 vaccine status with US A radio news Timberg, the nation's first Corona virus vaccine is set to go before the FDA on December 10th. That's when an advisory board will meet to consider Fizer his request for emergency approval. The company reports the vaccine is 95% effective. Regarding the timing of things, Health and human Services Secretary Alex Cesar Within weeks, we could have a decision from FDA and within 24 hours of that we will have started distributing millions of doses of safe and effective vaccine to begin protecting our most vulnerable across America. Thanks for listening to use a radio news. Last pride. 39 If you were trying to quit drinking or doing too many drugs, listen to the heart don't know me and I will never be more in the days ahead. Until then, go to the harbinger returns calm. That's the harbinger returns dot com. We in America should be grateful to God for the blessings he has given us. Don't let anyone tell you that America's best days are behind her way have got to fight for this nation because I believe with all my heart. This nation is, in fact, one nation under God. Welcome back 16 363 11 10. Welcome to financial issue. Sure. Appreciate all of you being with us. I'm not gonna redo my commentary for the first hour,.

FDA America Kofi Fizer advisory board Alex Cesar Timberg Secretary
Pfizer submits vaccine for emergency use authorization

Mark Levin

00:44 sec | Last week

Pfizer submits vaccine for emergency use authorization

"Announces that Americans can expect a covert 19 vaccine very soon. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar joined Fox is special report with Brit Bear today, saying that Americans could see the distribution of vaccines in a matter of weeks. We have five or filing an application for emergency use authorization for a 95% effective vaccine and we've already announced that we're going to convene are independent outside advisory body. On December 10th for a public hearing, depending on how the data is assessed by FDA. This could be a matter of weeks before we have FDA authorization, and we'll ship millions of doses within 24 hours. Visor, says Texas is one of the states. The drug company wants to test its distribution of the vaccine once they get the green light.

Alex Cesar Brit Bear Health And Human Services FOX FDA Texas
Pfizer to Seek Authorization of Covid-19 Vaccine

The Inside Story With Marty Griffin

00:42 sec | Last week

Pfizer to Seek Authorization of Covid-19 Vaccine

"Fighter is expected to ask the FDA today for emergency use authorization of its Corona virus vaccine. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar made the announcement last night and he said Moderna will follow Fizer in the application process soon. The person who will lead the state effort to get a vaccine to Pennsylvanians is health secretary Dr Rachel Levine. There has never before been vaccines made from genetic materials of you know, the fact that they are safe Has the trials continue and so effective? Is just is just again on precedent it, Dr Levin told reporters Thursday. There'll be a logistical and record keeping challenges to distributing the first vaccines, which could be available to critical populations in about a month.

Secretary Alex Cesar Fizer Dr Rachel Levine Moderna Health And Human Services FDA Dr Levin
"alex cesar" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:48 min | 2 weeks ago

"alex cesar" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Approval for the vaccines. Asep Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar tells CNBC squawk box that the aim is to have enough moderna and visor doses to vaccinate some 20 million Americans before year's end. Beyond that, and our goal would be by the second quarter to have enough vaccine for every American that would like to get vaccinated. New coronavirus restrictions are being announced today in Philadelphia. This is the city's health commissioner, Dr Thomas Farley. Well, we won't prohibit people from leaving home and interacting. We want to strongly discourage that because it's increasingly unsafe to interact with anyone. We will pro give it indoor gatherings or events of any size in any location, public or private. Among the changes, no fans will be allowed of Philadelphia Eagles home games. President elect Joe Biden and Vice President elect Kamila Harris are talking about the economy today in appearance and Wilmington, Delaware, Biden and Harris are focusing on the nation's economic recovery and long term plans. It marks the first time the two have publicly addressed the country's economic situation since winning the election. Under President Barack Obama is ripping congressional Republicans toward their behavior after the presidential election. It is one more step in de legitimizing not just the incoming Biden administration but democracy general Obama tells CBS's 60 minutes that Republicans clearly know better than to allow President Trump to continue making unsubstantiated claims about widespread voting fraud. Obama is making the media rounds to promote a new book. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is awarding the first grants under his $10 billion Earth Fund. Bezos has announced the initial 16 recipients will receive a total of nearly $800 million in donations. You're listening to the latest from NBC News radio. Least in Washington, D C made more than 20 arrests and for clashes broke out. After Saturday's million Mega March, A man in his twenties was stabbed one A brawl broke out between supporters of President Trump and counter protesters. The incident happened about five blocks from the White House. The victim was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. Around $18,000 worth of fentanyl pills are off the streets, the U. S Customs and Border Protection said on Sunday. They recently arrested two Americans in southern Arizona after finding a pound of fentanyl pills under the seat of a car agency. It's enough fentanyl to potentially killed 200,000 people. They also said the drug is 50 to 100 times more potent than other opioids, including heroin and oxycodone. I'm at Madison Mall owners, Simon Property Group and Taubman Centers are revising the terms of their merger and cutting the price of the deal by $800 Million. The deal, announced yesterday settles a legal battle that was scheduled for court in suburban Detroit today. In February before the Corona virus pandemic hit the U. S. Simon had agreed.

President Barack Obama Joe Biden fentanyl Jeff Bezos Trump Kamila Harris Asep Health and Human Services Vice President Philadelphia Eagles CNBC Philadelphia Dr Thomas Farley Alex Cesar NBC Secretary Simon Property Group U. S. Simon
US will have enough coronavirus vaccine doses for all Americans by spring, Azar says

Sean Hannity

00:24 sec | 2 weeks ago

US will have enough coronavirus vaccine doses for all Americans by spring, Azar says

"242,000. The Trump Administration continues its work on a plan to distribute a vaccine to Americans most at risk. In December, HHS Secretary Alex Cesar Says he thinks there will be enough Cove it 19 vaccine for general public vaccination campaigns By next spring. The U. S is now facing a record number of coronavirus cases and a record number of hospitalizations. Fox's John Decker in

Trump Administration Alex Cesar HHS U. John Decker FOX
Trump rule says health plans must disclose costs up front

On The Edge With Thayrone

00:32 sec | Last month

Trump rule says health plans must disclose costs up front

"An effort to make health care costs more transparent, is finalized by the Trump Administration. Health Secretary Alex Cesar says. Under the new rules, nearly all private health plans will be required to disclose what they pay for services and prescription drugs and what a patient's estimated cost would be before receiving care. We've also finalized our hospital transparency rule so that all patients will have easy access to the negotiated price of the most costly hospital services. Starting January 2021. This stems from an executive order signed by the president last

Alex Cesar Trump Administration Secretary President Trump Executive
All seniors could get COVID-19 vaccine by end of January, HHS head says

WBZ Midday News

00:36 sec | Last month

All seniors could get COVID-19 vaccine by end of January, HHS head says

"From covert 19. A new timeline from the trump admin and the distribution of a covert vaccine vaccine in limited supply by the end of the year, says Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar. We expect that we would have by the end of this year. Enough vaccine to be that of FDA authorized to be able to vaccinate all of our vulnerable in the most vulnerable individual while at the CDC here in Atlanta secretary is our says the hope is to have enough by the end of January to vaccinate all seniors and first responders and then enough for everyone else by the end of March or April. Of course, all of this could change, he says, depending on current trials. Sabrina

Secretary Alex Cesar Sabrina FDA CDC Atlanta
Azar lays out optimistic COVID-19 vaccine timeline

KYW 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | Last month

Azar lays out optimistic COVID-19 vaccine timeline

"Yesterday, the nation's top public health official laid out a timeline for a covert vaccine vaccine and limited supply by the end of the year, says Health and human Services Secretary Alex Cesar. We expect that we would have by the end of this year. Enough, back seems to be that is FDA authorized to be able to vaccinate all of our vulnerable into the most vulnerable individual while at the CDC here in Atlanta secretary is our says the hope is to have enough by the end of January to vaccinate all seniors and first responders and then enough for everyone else by the end of March or April. Of course, all of this could change, he says, depending on current trials. Sabrina Cubit

Secretary Sabrina Cubit Alex Cesar CDC FDA Atlanta Official
COVID-19 vaccine should be ready for most vulnerable late this year, for everyone by spring, HHS Secretary Alex Azar says

KYW 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | Last month

COVID-19 vaccine should be ready for most vulnerable late this year, for everyone by spring, HHS Secretary Alex Azar says

"At a rare public briefing yesterday of the nation's top public health official laid out a timeline for a potential Covad vaccine vaccine and limited supply by the end of the year, says Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar. We expect that we would have by the end of this year. Enough, back seems to be that is FDA authorized to be able to vaccinate all of our vulnerable into the most vulnerable individual while at the CDC here in Atlanta secretary is our says the hope is to have enough by the end of January to vaccinate all seniors and first responders and then enough for everyone else by the end of March or April. Of course, all of this could change, he says, depending on current trials. Sabrina Cupid for CBS News, Atlanta

Secretary Atlanta Sabrina Cupid Alex Cesar CDC Cbs News FDA Official
White House Blocks New Coronavirus Vaccine Guidelines

Rush Limbaugh

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

White House Blocks New Coronavirus Vaccine Guidelines

"House is blocking the Food and Drug Administration's strict guidelines for emergency vaccine approval. At issue. The FDA is requirement that mass clinical trials We followed for two months to monitor possible vaccine side effects and evaluate lasting effectiveness. New York Times reports Agency is looking at other ways to make sure vaccines meet their guidelines, including involving an outside advisory committee. The Biotechnology Innovation Organization has written a letter to Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar stating the public must have full faith in the scientific process, and the rigor of FDA is regulatory oversight. If we're to end the pandemic

Food And Drug Administration Biotechnology Innovation Organ Alex Cesar New York Times Secretary House
"alex cesar" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:41 min | 2 months ago

"alex cesar" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Today you could deal a sunshine with 78 the high Clear Skies tonight. 55 Sunny tomorrow High 84 Richard, A medic at the Weather Channel bt Sunny 68 Rock Hill 67 uptown at President Trump has overcome Cove it That's what his son Eric tells W B t feeling great. I may really, really feeling great. In fact, he was calling me from Walter Reed. I probably spoke to him three times on Saturday and I can tell his, uh, I could tell he was getting very, very bored. Syncopated everybody like a like a ton of bricks, right? And them But, you know, kind of an after after 24 hours. I mean, he really starting good that he overcame it. Eric Trump on the McCrory show this morning, but he would not answer a specific question about his father's fever over the past few days. Trying to get covert vaccine and hurry. The White House has now decided to block some of the FDA is guidelines and an effort speed things up at issue. The FDA is requirement that mask clinical trials be followed for two months to monitor possible vaccine side effects and evaluate lasting effectiveness. The New York Times reports Agency is looking at other ways to make sure vaccines meet their guidelines, including involving an outside advisory committee. The Biotechnology Innovation Organization has written a letter to Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar stating the public must have full faith in the scientific process, and the rigor of FDA is regulatory oversight. If we're to end the pandemic Rachel Sutherland. Fox's polls say most Americans will not take a Corona virus vaccine because they fear and has been rushed. More bad news for the movies because of covert Batman may be a good fighter, but he can't seem to defeat the Corona virus.

Eric Trump Walter Reed FDA Clear Skies Rachel Sutherland President Biotechnology Innovation Organ Fox White House Alex Cesar The New York Times Secretary McCrory
FDA Officials Say Vaccine Decisions Will Be Guided by Science, Not Politics

C-SPAN Programming

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

FDA Officials Say Vaccine Decisions Will Be Guided by Science, Not Politics

"Is infallible. But Americans deserve to know that the actions and communications coming out of our agencies whether FDA approvals or CDC, mw, ours, or n I. H guidelines are grounded in science and evidence. Of course, that standard also applies the authorization or approval of a covert 19 vaccine. I will be confident that my Family and I should take the vaccine and you should be confident that you and your family should take it to because any vaccine will have FDA standards as judged by FDA career scientists helping Human services Secretary Alex Cesar before the House Select subcommittee on the Corona virus crisis. With the news of

FDA Alex Cesar House Select Secretary
US Health Secretary Alex Azar testifies on coronavirus

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

US Health Secretary Alex Azar testifies on coronavirus

"Of the president's diagnosis came is the secretary of Health and Human Services Face questions from a Capitol Hill committee This morning, Alex Cesar faced tough questioning from L. A congresswoman Maxine Waters. We have consistent advice, which is to practice three W's for all individuals, washer. I'm sorry about your distance. Where face coverings avoid settings where you can't that applies to any setting and people need their individual circumstance. So what you're saying is That these rallies where the president is and the people are not wearing mask, and they're not socially distinct ing themselves. The 6 FT. Certainly add to the increase in the possibility of these infections. Is that correct? Our advice is always the same. The three W's whether it's in any type of activity to engage in those protective activities.

President Trump Maxine Waters Alex Cesar Secretary
"alex cesar" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:49 min | 2 months ago

"alex cesar" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"A Fox news alert. The president's opponent is praying for him. I'm Pam Rousseau in a tweet, Joe Biden says. Jill and I send our thoughts to President Trump and first Lady Melania for a swift recovery overnight on Twitter, the president announced that he and the first lady had tested positive for the Corona virus. The president's positive result for covert 19 came after he spent months playing down the severity of the outbreak. The president and the first lady will now quarantine in the White House for an unspecified period of time, forcing the president to withdraw at least temporarily from the campaign trail. The White House did not say how long President Trump would have to remain isolated, but it cancelled his plans to fly to Florida today for a campaign rally. Fox is John Decker. The White House says the president is experiencing mild symptoms. People who have been in close contact with the president are getting tested, and that includes Joe Biden, the vice president and the second lady have tested negative. So has the president's daughter. Ivanka and her husband, Jared Kushner, The health and human services secretary has also tested negative. Alex Cesar is testifying at a house hearing on the virus. Investors could begin for a rough ride today. As the Dow sinks buy a triple digits. The president's positive virus test and the latest jobs report are fueling the declines. There were 661,000 new jobs created in September. Economists were expecting about 800,000. This is the first month since the job market started to recover that there were fewer than a million new jobs, fax, says Jenny CAS Olaf. The unemployment rate did Kick down to 7.9%. Despite the president's diagnosis, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee plans to press ahead with the nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett for the Supreme Court, Lindsey Graham tells Reuters It's full steam ahead. America's listening.

president President Trump vice president White House Joe Biden Lady Melania Pam Rousseau Jenny CAS Olaf Jared Kushner Amy Cockney Barrett Alex Cesar Lindsey Graham Senate Judiciary Committee Twitter Fox Reuters Jill America Dow
"alex cesar" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:46 min | 4 months ago

"alex cesar" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"20 Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar defended the Trump administration's push for students to return to in person schooling in the full. During an interview on CBS's face, the Nation, moderator Margaret Brennan asked him what thresholds if any, could force schools to close. The CDC did release guidelines. HHS weighed in on them. I want to know why wasn't there a benchmark on when schools Should shut down. We don't believe that their uniform thresholds for for for school reopening, believe Presumptions actually have thresholds. For what you consider a hot spot, Isn't it? Actually, 5% very specifically laid out. By the administration. Why wouldn't that apply to a school in a district warmer? So Margaret the what you're referring to is positive testing and 5% we call that a yellow community a 10% We call it red. That's an epidemiological, early warning side of potential spread of disease that's not been defined as a threshold for reopening of any kind. The steps that we can use that air data driven informed by doctors. They're smart, sensible approaches that could get our kids back safely. Staff school if positivity is between five and 10% should've school stay open. Each community is going to have to make the determination about the circumstances free opening and what steps they take for reopening, But the presumption should be. We get our kids back to school till we figure out how to make that happen. These are also said that if all Americans were a face covering and practice social distancing, there would be no need to resume shutdowns. Double the CBS News time for 22. This's lions that radio I'm Jeffrey Lyons looking at a tender movie. It's called Summerland. It starts Penelope Wilton, who played visible crawly on the much Miss Downton Abbey. Here is a solitary writer living in Kent on the British coast. Most of the movie deals with her younger self in World War two, played by the enchanting Gemma Arrington. She's the town outcast, rude to strangers disliking visitors to her isolated cottage, who she considers the distraction from our work, But she's forced to take a schoolboy from London sent there to avoid German bombing. The boy played by young Lucas Bond is the son of an R A F pilot while his mother is still back in London coast artist do too about the raw and Sir Tom Courtenay. He's the local schoolmaster, The refugee boy and the strong world Writer have to try to form a bond under wartime conditions. The story has an effective use of flashbacks and an UN 13 twist under the skilled screenwriter and debut in director Jessica Swell. Summerland is one of the best films you're likely to see all summer and it's available on video on demand. At science than Radio. I'm Jeffrey Lyons. WCBS news Radio, 8 80 WCBS.

Sir Tom Courtenay Gemma Arrington Jeffrey Lyons Margaret Brennan CBS Summerland HHS Alex Cesar CDC Penelope Wilton Miss Downton Abbey Secretary Jessica Swell Lucas Bond London director Kent
"alex cesar" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:05 min | 7 months ago

"alex cesar" Discussed on WTOP

"Really health secretary Alex Cesar so this is like somebody who was in the choir it is now trying to say he was back then what he was saying is what every single member of this administration and the president was saying CBS news update I'm Jim Shannon good morning the morning may fifteenth welcome in for forty eight on W. traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks my larger quieter ride around the capital beltway our last works on the outer loop ramp to go south on I. ninety five in Virginia at exit fifty seven they are backing up the big barrel picker upper and you're seeing the last of those barrels go away we should get that left lane back here fairly shortly everything else on the beltway pretty square this morning on sixty six no apparent delays anywhere between Haymarket and the Roslyn tunnel three ninety five the codes are still up southbound after Duke street blocking the left lane and on ninety five in both directions between the Springfield interchange about as far south as at least garrison bill no reported delays in verge in Maryland I should say Frederick County southbound on route fifteen after route twenty six exit seventeen traffic has been brought to a stop in now start to crawl again very slowly we gotta works on there I believe it's milling paving over on the left side you're getting by a single file to the right but now you got quite a lot of company trying to do the very same thing you are as you head toward Monterey Avenue to seventy the northbound rigzone still intact after Montgomery village Avenue single left getting by we had work as well south bound at the Germantown road that was two did lead getting by checking your works on I. ninety five it looks like we're still slaving away with the milling and paving project between route one hundred and I. eight ninety five two right lanes getting by in each direction delays pretty minimal still waiting for an all clear on our work soon on the Roosevelt bridge in the eastern expressway in all those rats that were supposed to be the subject of some paving over night had not gotten official all clear on those those rates could still be blocked Ian Crawford WTOP traffic.

Alex Cesar president Virginia Roslyn tunnel Maryland Frederick County Roosevelt bridge secretary CBS Jim Shannon Germantown official Ian Crawford
"alex cesar" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:25 min | 8 months ago

"alex cesar" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Very much it was health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar Garcia that lives on facemask what what would people gain from wearing a mask and why are you opposed to where you want your cell I just myself it's a recommendation they recommend it I'm feeling good I just don't want to be doing I don't know somehow sitting in the oval office behind that beautiful resolute desk the great resolute desk I think they're wearing a face mask as a great residents from ministers dictators kings queens somehow I don't see it for myself I just I just and maybe I'll change my mind that this will pass and hopefully it'll pass very quickly now with that being said if somebody wants to most people could just make something out of a certain material so it's very well designated it's very simple to do I will be doing it personally it's a recommendation okay this is the fourth Surgeon General was Surgeon General Jerome Adams thank you Mr president Mr vice president Mister secretary in CDC director Redfield I especially want to thank the folks at the CDC and it's a great question that you're asking for a fair question that you asked I want to unpack the evolution of our guidance on mass because it has been confusing to the American people first of all I want people to understand that the CDC the World Health Organization my office in most public health and health organizations and professionals originally recommended against the general public wearing masks because based on the best evidence available at the time it was not the end that that would have a significant impact on whether or not a healthy person wearing a mask with contracts covert nineteen we have always recommended that symptomatic people wear a mask because if you're coughing if you have a fever if you're symptomatic you can transmit disease to other people what is changed and our recommendation well it's important to know that we now know from recent studies that a significant portion of individuals coronavirus lack symptoms the what we call a symptomatic and even those who eventually become pretty symptomatic meaning that they will develop symptoms in the future can transmit the virus to others before they show symptoms this means that the virus can spread between people interacting in close proximity for example coughing peaking or sneezing even if those people were not exhibiting symptoms and light of this new evidence CDC recommends in the task force recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public for public settings were other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain that these these include places like grocery stores and pharmacies we especially recommend that in areas of significant community based transmission it is critical and the president mentioned this the vice president mentioned if it's critical emphasized that maintaining six feet of social distancing remains key to slowing the spread of the virus the CDC of additionally advising the use of simple cloth coverings to slow the spread of the virus and to help people who may have the virus in do not know it trip from transmitting it to others the call face coverings recommended or not surgical master in ninety five respirators those are critical supplies that must continue to be reserved for healthcare workers and other medical first responders as recommended by the current CDC guidance as the president also mentioned clock face covering fashion from household items are made it home from common materials at low cost can be used as an additional voluntary public health measure this recommendation compliments and does not replace the president's coronavirus guidelines for America thirty days to slow the spread which remains the cornerstone of our national effort to slow the spread of the virus CDC is always always looking at the data we told you that in the beginning doctor Burke said that every single press conference we're looking at the data we're evolving our recommendations and new recommendations will come as the evidence dictates so I want to say if you do choose to wear a facemask pourtant wash your hands first because you don't want to put on a face covering with a dirty hands do not touch your face while you are wearing the face covering because again you can take materials from the surface germ from the surface and bring it to your face.

Alex Cesar Garcia secretary
"alex cesar" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:17 min | 8 months ago

"alex cesar" Discussed on WTOP

"Services secretary Alex Cesar now the latest on corona virus in our area new this afternoon the leaders of Maryland Virginia and DC all issuing stay at home orders people who don't comply could be fined or banned or jailed there's a lot you can't do but we want to let you know and emphasize the things you can do under these orders if you work at it make sense essential job you can go to it go to the grocery store take a walk with or without the dog if you need medical attention you can go see a doctor need a prescription you can pick it up in Virginia the state home order took effect immediately in Maryland it's at eight o'clock this evening in DC the order takes effect at twelve just that just a minute after midnight on April first that's early Wednesday morning and meantime the mayor and city council of Ocean City Maryland announced today that the beach and boardwalk there will now be shut down through April thirtieth as always you can find out the latest as well at W. T. O. P. dot com five fifty two throwing a second big outdoor party has landed a man from Charles county Maryland in hot water and they'll be staying in jail until this trial forty one year old Sean Myers of Hughesville Maryland was arrested for throwing another party Friday night he was just in total disregard for everybody's safety Tony Covington is the Charles county state's attorney we asked that he be held without bond he should've been held up on that suggested it was the second party to the Charles county sheriff's office had to break up at his home in less than a week Friday night Covington says Myers was defiant calling people who left in telling them to come back while he's there he yells to some of his friends I turn the music up the party is going to keep on going Covington says Myers is a threat to public safety right now clearly just a scofflaw this word I like to use someone who's gonna times knows that at the law John dome in WTOP news about distance learning in the area's biggest school systems puts both parents and students in a whole new routine and NBC fors drew Wilder heard from some moms and dads were trying hard to keep their kids on track Sarah and David admit they don't know if they're doing this whole teaching thing very well but how could they they're not teachers tonight we're getting some guidance from Fairfax county public schools about how distance learning is actually going to work and how students will get their grades this year that's coming up tonight on news four at six you know during stressful times some people turn to alcohol to help ease their anxiety but doctors are warning that over use can cause serious problems at the very time when you need to be the strongest depressant chair of psychiatry at medstar Washington hospital center Dr Elspeth Cameron Ritchie it's very routine to see patients in our E. R. who have over used alcohol often being suicidal or some tunes homicidal over using alcohol weakens immune systems the last thing you need right now is a depressed immune system and advising against use of recreational drugs which he notes pot sometimes laced with K. two or PCP can cause reckless behavior walking out into traffic hitting other people waving knives Kristy king WTOP news up next in money news it's a brand new week in Wall Street started with a rally I'm Jeff label five fifty four right now Americans.

Alex Cesar Maryland Virginia DC secretary
"alex cesar" Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:23 min | 9 months ago

"alex cesar" Discussed on AP News

"It's no surprise to many folks looking at his store shelves but Walmart CEO Doug McMillon says hand sanitizer is hard to come by and that won't end soon we're still script clinician and shipping it but as soon as it hits the stores it's going so our wipes and other cleaners so did you give some guidance at that the toilet paper is not effective protection against getting the coronavirus at a White House news conference health and Human Services chief Alex Cesar pointed to the national institutes of health's Tony felt she obviously it sounds very simplistic but wash your hands as often as you possibly can if you cared about she says try to find wipes or something else it's a pandemic and now what national emergency nothing's easy I mean you got to do the best you can Sager mag on the at the White House

Doug McMillon Tony White House Walmart CEO Alex Cesar
"alex cesar" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:22 min | 9 months ago

"alex cesar" Discussed on WTVN

"Anticipating for the spread of the new corona virus department health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar says his department is ramping up testing for the virus he says the CDC developed a test with historic speed and that the U. S. as tested thirty six hundred people and that seventy five thousand more tests will be available health experts have noted that other countries like South Korea you know they're they detected you know wide scale outbreaks they've been much more aggressive aids are dismissed concerns over whether the testing criteria had been too limited so far a little over a week ago six cities began testing for corona virus when they tested for the flu ETS are says he wants to expand the practice nationwide and plans to do so as soon as Congress approved the supplemental funding he says still though the risk to most Americans remains whoa interesting when you look at implications and what is resulting because of the coronavirus the epidemic is now forced to shut down of France's Louvre museum they shut it down over the weekend fears the virus could spread between the sides thousands of visitors from around the globe meanwhile Australian health ministry confirming its first death of coronavirus Dominican Republic's public health minister confirmed his country's first case South Korea the health ministry announcing the number of cases has grown to thirty seven hundred thirty six now they're eighteen deaths in the total deaths from the corona virus around the globe is right is about three thousand people so were the numbers continue to grow up for south bend Indiana mayor Pete Buttigieg suspending its twenty twenty presidential campaign this is and will bring a close to a story bid by the first openly gay man to seek the presidency he was once a long shot in a crowded field of candidates but he became a household name during the democratic primaries and he actually post a pretty solid results especially in Iowa and New Hampshire but little more diverse in Nevada and South Carolina and he didn't do as well so he says you know what I'm going to check out and really get behind whoever is our eventual candidate so we'll see how that goes we do know the big winner in South Carolina and kind of as projected Joe Biden the first primary victory of his long political career dates back to his first run for president in nineteen eighty eight he did try again in oh eight but this time got a wind so feeling good it opens a new phase of his campaign the one a pretty compressed time frame exit polling showed him dense demonstrating solid support across demographics geographic's an ideological groups any has particular strength among black voters that term well that could really propel and when you look at the states involved in super Tuesday which comes tomorrow it is going to be interesting to see you know if Bernie Sanders hangs on to his lead if Joe Biden believes up but the one thing you can just about for sure say mayor Pete's crowd not all likely to get behind Bernie Sanders when you just look at them ideologically what they campaigned on how they talk how they walk all that stuff you know Bernie's pre eighty for the left and mayor Pete was a little more to the middle so you would think his people without him as a candidate might go to bite you might go to Elizabeth Warren might go to clover shark don't know but the expect those numbers not burnings numbers to Bhuvi as a result of mayor Pete being out of the race will keep you up to six forty right now traffic and weather we update every ten minutes on the tens it's from ten star heating and cooling products please continue to block off certain Solomon Avenue off of Eureka and terrorists on the west side for accident investigation they're also closing off Haig Avenue south of supplement for a separate incident although the checking to see if these two were actually related to avoid the Hague Avenue off of Solomon's always pick up a couple to lots of different detours there including the Wilshire also chapters are also warrant but if you're out trying to pick up Solomon Avenue from say Haig Avenue over to I. seventy use Broad Street instead of freeway delays have really picked up in the spy specially thirty three if you can win Chester and seven west and Brax traffic sponsored by telco credit union on the hunt for a new home or looking to improve the wonder if you have so I credit union has a mortgage and home equity.

Alex Cesar secretary
"alex cesar" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

07:09 min | 9 months ago

"alex cesar" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"World speaking at a budget hearing on Capitol Hill health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar said officials are aggressively working to stop the spread we are right now in a very active containment mode here in the U. S. officials reported sixty cases so far almost entirely among those who traveled to the U. S. from China worrying experts is a case in California which may be the first example of what's called a community spread in other words officials don't know how the virus was contracted secretary ETS are sought to calm fears about a deadly pandemic spreading faster than a response most individuals who get this coronavirus we'll have a mild to moderate symptoms will be able to stay home and treat it like the flu or a severe cold really important we correct this impression that it will require this massive hospital isolation for normal patients Whitney wild Washington so we're gonna be talking a bit about the coronavirus this evening with a couple of the guests starting with Kevin Chavis who is president of academics policy and schools there website investors dot K. twelve dot com and thank you for being with us tonight good to be repaired and Jim and I think the first thing that we really have to emphasize here is that this has of course the potential to be very serious but I would like people to remember back to all of the people they knew who contracted sars and died from sars and I think that the answer most people give would well I don't really know anybody and I must say that was the series for those so affected but I think that we need to keep in mind that you I believe statistically right now maybe this will change but right now I believe you're about a thousand times more likely to die from the flu that you would be from the coronavirus is that correct yeah that's absolutely correct so just keep things in into perspective here again we're talking about so if you have great potential to be a serious problem but I do I must confess get a little bit exasperated about I detect as the sky is falling the sky is falling mentality not necessarily have a serious problem we have resources to bring to bear and people who would make the comparison with let's say the Spanish flu of a century ago that killed more people in World War one did I should remember that our weapons to fight back today are many fold more than they were a century ago think of the advances that have occurred in medicine within the past century so I just feel that those would help us to put this in perspective doesn't standpoint of of schools of the first it occurred to me about all of this and are forced many aspects of this virus of the data very serious implications but this is the digital age and the notion of closing all schools a century ago that would have been your closed all schools told the kids take this book called please read it and when we ever get back together again we'll see what you have read today we have the internet would closing all the schools necessarily really mean closing down public education where does America GM is you mentioned the top the Showtime president factors policy schools for K. twelve with the large is all online virtual education provider in the country we're in our services really are in every state in terms of selling curriculum providing teachers social development of support for our schools and students we were from two thousand school districts so many many students are availing themselves online experience and an active thing when it comes to some of the current tragedies that would be facing the hurricanes and it hit Houston a couple years ago the hurricane North Carolina our party June in North Carolina and Texas and political stage you know extended opportunities for parents whose kids couldn't go to the address in public school so you're right the digital age she does support us the opportunity to continue to educate kids often times when when parents have to do to rebuild their homes if there's a hurricane or some other natural disasters I'm wondering if in fact you have in the past let's say face some kind of localized problem you mentioned hurricane for example and other than of course and exert any number of examples of strong storms that have certainly disrupted localities even regions and I wondering if the technology that you have at the end K. twelve has been able to help close some of the education gap obviously areas so hit or affected by a lot of things from the widespread the damage of breakdown of social services water water everywhere the like but it has this technology been able to at least keep a semblance of the of the schools going yeah it absolutely has an enormous say that you know the virtual education digital education experience is not for everyone but it is for anyone that's what we like to say that and and and many parents in today's world are seeking alternative school choice options for their kids because the brick and mortar traditional brick and mortar you know go to that one school building sit in a structured classroom in the traditional sense it just doesn't work for them and by the way do you have a lot of people don't think about unless you have children who avail themselves of this option many of our kids are you know actually stay they they train all the time we've got kids who need medical and physical challenges we've got kids who just can't thrive in the brick and mortar setting in an interesting way nearly half of the families that call as there appears to be in Bali and they've just been literally run out of of the Christian school because your kids can't handle the bully in its current form so no this is a quality option for a lot of parents and were able to help kids that otherwise can't drive in the parking more salient and I will tell you one other thing that is important note that while many of our students have some of these challenges you know we also have a larger than normal number of kids who are talented and gifted and the traditional school building a school district approach may be too slow for them so they need to work in a more personalized pace so you know this is part of a wave of the future and interestingly enough with some of the current you know crazy service safety challenges and clears the parents have to face we find we get more and more of these calls when should you ation instead like the current one come to bear so it was a more to.

Alex Cesar secretary
"alex cesar" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:40 min | 9 months ago

"alex cesar" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Yeah I watch this thing last night and yes it was an interesting CBS poll the debate may technocrats Democrats now more nervous then optimistic or inspired forty seven percent more nervous which I thought was very very funny you got the you know Bernie Sanders doubling down on let's see the the former Soviet Union and Cuba and Venezuela and Nicaragua and all of these regimes and and I mean that was raised that spectacular admission on his part even his fellow Democrats the same Elise lie and act like you don't like these these to radical regimes one of the things that was very clear to me is I'm watching this entire debate is none of them I thought had any ability to get in the arena with Donald Trump and and and have any chance of making any inroads I've I heard you know Bloomberg with his eighty comes in obviously with his prepared light against Bernie it was so rough her step eight and fell so flat it was almost embarrassing Bernie you know is fixated on hating billionaires and everything being free free college free loans all loans that will you know be forgiven and health care for all Medicare for all single payer system poor mayor Pete you know was out there just competed in a fairly funny way but it's not going to help begging for money a lot of pandering that went on for the identity politics side of of the Democratic Party Bloomberg it always answers on stop and frisk are just pathetic and and Warren clearly has made an alliance from my perspective with Bernie Sanders she's vying for that V. P. spot with Bernie and and Joe Biden is trying to act tough and Joe Biden's not tough and after the week that he had which has been a disaster saying yeah I'm running for Senate and every other day the Bakul of the week it didn't go too well for him yeah I had the false claim Bernie the you know the claiming that U. S. prisons more in U. S. prisons than in China yeah Joe Biden claiming that a hundred and fifty million Americans died from gun violence since two thousand and seven okay that's half our population so that's another lie Bloomberg in the debate claiming Russia is helping Bernie Sanders in the democratic race there Russia obsessed and Michael Bloomberg wouldn't call the dictator president for life in China a dictator wow amazing amazing developments secretary Alex Cesar is telling Congress the corona virus is under control in the U. S. what conditions could change well the immediate risk to the American public remains low there is no community transmission in a number of countries including outside of Asia which is deeply concerning we're working closely with state local and private sector partners to prepare for mitigating the viruses potential spread in the United States as we expect to see more cases here the president and health officials are expected to provide a corona virus update to the nation at six PM eastern time the World Health Organization meanwhile reports the number of new cases reported outside China today exceeded the number of new cases inside the country for the first time the number in China was four hundred twelve outside four hundred fifty nine eighty thousand cases worldwide including sixty in.

CBS
"alex cesar" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:54 min | 10 months ago

"alex cesar" Discussed on AP News

"About the virus easier to find with relevant and up to date information on top of Facebook's news feed Japanese video game maker Nintendo has reported a twenty nine percent rise in quarterly profit Munsell demand worldwide during the year end shopping season for the switch console which is a hybrid game machine that works as both a consul and the tablet has raised its full year switch sales forecast the company also says it's bullish about profiting from its characters such as Super Mario figures by mirroring the historic appeal of the Disney franchise and characters like Mickey Mouse contenders game designers as they want more people to know their characters not just through games its own branded store and event space in Tokyo recently opened at the Nintendo park set to open at Universal Studios Japan in Osaka later this year the company says more in the works including in Hollywood beach been vote I'm typical ever than AP news but it to Republicans Mitt Romney of Utah Susan Collins of Maine voted with the Senate Democrats to subpoena witnesses and White House documents and president trump's impeachment trial the motion failed fifty one forty nine Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer this trial was not a real trial it had no witnesses no documents is a tragedy on a very large scale the Senate will resume the trial Monday morning eight center to given the chance to argue in favor of or against conviction of president trump through Tuesday the vote will be taken Wednesday US is under a health emergency because of the coronavirus outbreak foreign nationals who pose risks of transmission temporarily barred from United States health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar the risk of infection for Americans remains low and with visa and our previous actions we are working to keep the risk level three US airlines are stopping flights to and from China I'm typical wire AP digital news back in a moment thank.

Senate secretary United States president White House AP Hollywood Disney China Alex Cesar Facebook Chuck Schumer trump Maine Susan Collins Utah
"alex cesar" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"alex cesar" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Cigarettes health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar's says the FDA will develop guidelines to remove from the market all E. cigarette flavors except tobacco what we have decided is that we simply can't have those products in the marketplace the comments come as health officials investigate hundreds of breeding illnesses reported people who have used the cigarettes and other vaping devices even some deaths. even though these restrictions announced by officials would only apply to nicotine vaping products president trump had more to say about his decision to part ways with John Bolton his now former national security adviser to president said John Bolton made some very big mistakes when he talked about the Libyan models for Kim Jong one that was not a good statement to make Mr trump says the comparison to Moammar Qaddafi who was killed said talks with North Korea back you know John's known as a tough guy he's so tough you got us into Iraq still the president claims he got along with Bolton very well I'm sure health you know do whatever you can do to you know what spit it his way Mr trump says he'll announce Bolton's replacement next week Stephen port no I CBS news the White House correspondent bill Rakoff reports president trump is delaying billions of dollars of terror of sun Chinese imports for two weeks president tweeted that as a gesture of goodwill he's agreed to delay an increase in tariffs on China on two hundred fifty billion dollars worth of goods by two weeks saying that decision was requested by Beijing in observance of that country seventieth anniversary California lawmakers are taking on the NC double a by trying to connect college athletes to agents and endorsement deals without the threat of being banned from their sport democratic state senator Nancy Skinner all third the bill California just took the lead in giving our student athletes the right to their name image and likeness it has to be signed by governor do some to become law it was a nail biter last year..

China senator bill Rakoff White House correspondent CBS Stephen port secretary California Nancy Skinner NC Beijing Iraq North Korea Moammar Qaddafi Mr trump Kim Jong president John Bolton FDA
"alex cesar" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"alex cesar" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Services secretary Alex Cesar warns that young people are at risk because of vaping five million children are using E. cigarettes this is exceptionally harmful to our children. an entire generation of children risk becoming addicted to nicotine he wants to provide guidelines that would remove anything from the market on Wall Street the Dow by two hundred twenty seven points the nasdaq rose eighty five the S. and P. five hundred advanced by twenty one more on these stories at town hall dot com. thank you so when people first hear about Medicare they have questions some really good questions starting with the obvious what is it will manage here is a Christian health care sharing ministry is not health insurance it's a different way of doing things which leads us to the next question why do people do this why did they become meta share members here are two of the biggest reasons number one people feel good about it they're not trapped in a plan that makes them pay for things they don't believe in they know their money's going to help people and the second reason people save a lot of money maybe for does mention the typical family saves about five hundred dollars a month switching to Medicare in one more big question does it work the answer is yes a thousand times yes or four hundred thousand times since that's how many Medicare members there are and they've shared over two billion in medical expenses so easy to find out right now how medicine can work for you call eight four four forty five Bible that's eight four four forty five Bible eight four four forty five Bible now one time traffic.

Alex Cesar nicotine Medicare secretary town hall five hundred dollars
"alex cesar" Discussed on 1340 Big Talker

1340 Big Talker

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"alex cesar" Discussed on 1340 Big Talker

"Human services alex cesar going to get this prescription drug prices way down as a little bit of an extra right it's going to come rocketing down as ours a former pharmaceutical company executive he replaces tom price who resigned as health secretary after using expensive private jets for official government travel tomorrow president trump delivers his first state of the union address white house his only speaking broadly for now it out what president trump will say in his first state of the union address saying it will be a speech from the heart tim will touch on american values and patriotism the address will focus on five key issues jobs in the economy infrastructure trade national security and immigration which is the big issue on capitol hill right now as lawmakers negotiate a permanent fix for dhaka white house officials say this will be an optimistic forwardlooking speech with a bipartisan tone taranto abc news girl out house grab those w touts taxis and officially begins today expert suggest filing early as a way to head off possible fraud if someone else tries to file using your social security number were less than a week away from the super bowl and there are concerns about the flu and minneapolis the host city staff and volunteers are on defense disinfecting anything handson like exhibits and the virtual reality equipment multiple times a day to try and keep sickness from spreading in the supersized crowd abc's adrian banker overseas there's been another deadly terror attack in kabul convoy of ham beyonce's ferrying the wounded out of a military academy that had been hit by isis at least eleven troops killed the attack the latest in a wave of relentless violence in the afghan capital this month lease by the taliban and rival islamic state group that skilled scores and left hundreds wounded abc's tom rivers at the foreign desk isis has claimed responsibility you're listening to abc news do.

sickness islamic state kabul virtual reality minneapolis social security dhaka white house president official pharmaceutical company taliban beyonce Human services flu super bowl fraud taranto capitol hill trump secretary tom price executive alex cesar