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Fresh update on "anderson" discussed on Talkin' Baseball with Marty Lurie

Talkin' Baseball with Marty Lurie

00:43 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "anderson" discussed on Talkin' Baseball with Marty Lurie

"Bye, Dan Buns and Drake Greenlaw had his Dan Buns moment. Has a green lost absolutely stuck. Hollister Warner was there as well. But Greenlaw just Captain Amazing Day were hit 13 tackles, Um with us, and that's another one, saying Matt Leland, who's running the show back you can't be are just that same number. Same score 26 21. Niners beat the Bengals. Super Bowl 16 Dan Buns war 57 Greenlaw War, 57 Guys made the tackle of his life and inch here there and Seattle's Get in the first round by and The well. They were going to be the number one seed, but Seattle won this game. Instead, Niners win it, and they now will be at home for a CZ. Long's. They're still in the post season tournament. And and that was that was a goal going into this football game is getting that by getting this team rested up a little bit, But we saw again. We saw rookie stand up and make a play. Now, you may think you're making a comparison with Dan Buns. That is, That's a big compared. I mean, I know Dan buns, and I know you're pissed off about, you know being you know that being part of, you know, that was his His his signature moment. Absolutely. Was that stopping the superb goal? I think this is neither the Curtis or Lorenzo Alexander passed from Ken Anderson. He caught it literally on the one yard line and buns. Lifted him off his feet, planted him right there. The one held him in his tracks, and we saw the exact really the same kind of thing from Greenlaw. If Green Law is not just absolutely blank, it'd In the coverage. That's a touchdown. I was a hell of a place and somebody had to make a play. I mean, the second half there was no plays on the defensive side of the ball. Russell Wilson kind of took over the football game like he does in every game. Every game against the 40 Niners, at least and I didn't see how they're going to stop him. And we're sitting here. We're yelling. This bar was packed. And we're saying defense, Stephen. Somebody make a play. They got they get the first down and they go down. They get the penalty. They go back. And then great Dre..

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'Silent spreaders' may be responsible for half of Covid-19 cases, study finds

Anderson Cooper 360

04:47 min | 3 d ago

'Silent spreaders' may be responsible for half of Covid-19 cases, study finds

"New Study out of Yale, says it. Half the coronavirus cases half could be caused by so-called silence spreaders, people were symtomatic or those who are pre symptomatic. The study suggests that the onset of the virus may be the most contagious in that pre-symptomatic stage, which researcher says uncommon for respiratory infection and one of the CO authors of the fascinating study outs and Galvani Director of the Center for Infectious Disease Modeling Analysis at Yale University professor. Thanks so much for being with us. Can you walk us through what your research because I for a lot of us? It's pretty frightening to think that that a majority people might have the virus be transmitting it without even knowing it. Thank you for inviting me Anderson. So. Of covid nineteen is that the peak of infectiousness occurs during the recent dramatic phases. You just summarize by translating clinical data on viral load and symptoms to population level epidemological impact. We found that the majority of transmission is attributable to people who are not exhibiting symptoms, either because they are still in the matic stage, or the infection is ACM to matic, so not only are people infectious when they're not symptomatic. That's actually when they're the most infectious. So from a public health standpoint I mean. What do you do about that? If somebody doesn't even know, they have it, you know it's I mean that's. That's not good news. exactly so this makes control of Cobra Nineteen, particularly challenging in some ways more challenging than disease, even as frightening as a Bola, so for example was a bola. People do not become really infectious until they're extremely sick, so measures based on early symptoms, such as temperature checks are quite effective in the control of Bulla by contrast with Covid, nineteen. People are most infectious before any symptoms appear so most people who were transmitting the or doing so inadvertently without even realizing that there are sick. For, example, younger people are at lower risk of. A serious Kobe outcomes, but they're disproportionately responsible for silent transmission. So that's. Also something that came out of this that that young people are disproportionately responsible for transmitting the virus. Yes, they have more contacts and they're more likely to be symptomatic, and that means that they are disproportionately transmitting as well. So. Is there any? So, then, what do you recommend? I mean just from a public health standpoint I guess it just makes it all the more important that people wearing masks and social distancing, and doing these things which we know helps stop the spread of the virus, and it's more important than ever based on your research to do that because. You can't wait until you feel sick to start wearing a mask infect others. Exactly our results underscore the importance of contact tracing and testing that is fast enough and extensive enough to identify pre-symptomatic cases prior to the onset of symptoms right now the gap between back goal and the reality in America today continues to expand as the outbreak rates, and currently the epidemic is far outpacing the availability of chests. Until we have adequate contact tracing and testing capacity. Staying at home is still the best thing you can do to keep yourself and others. Safe Masks help keeping a distance helps. But if folks are frequently adjusting removing their masks, they may actually be transferring virus from their hands to their face. Do then when you think about schools reopening. If you know if it's young people transmitting the virus disproportionately, not showing symptoms I mean that again just raises a whole bunch of red flags about the ability to reopen school safely. Absolutely given that people are disproportionate responsible for silent transmission reopening schools would be adding fuel to the fire. Even if all symptomatic cases were kept at home like when kids started to feel sick, our study shows that a vast outbreak. Would likely nonetheless unfold from silent transmission alot. Ellison, go Vanni. I really appreciate your research. I mean it's I gotta say it's. It's hard to hear and and This is a this has been a tough our of with a lot of bad news, but it's important to know the facts, and I really appreciate it. Thank you. Thank you,

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Fresh "Anderson" from Chicago's Business Authority Program

Chicago's Business Authority Program

00:50 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh "Anderson" from Chicago's Business Authority Program

"It up. Yes, it works. That was a phenomenal clip. But even NPR is reporting, scientists warn CDC testing data could create misleading picture of pandemic. And that is, yes, I know that's kind of against everybody else saying, Oh, the numbers are the latest big This happened is his second round of this weather with a surge. There's not a surgeon deaths or surgeon cases. It's a surgeon in telling people that everything's under reported. Yes, it's exactly what it is now. This is a report from South Carolina. But it's this and and I have it because this reporter Was a very weird report. He's on the street. He's doing this report. He's kind of reading off the numbers. And and that's just kind of leaves you thinking like, Wow, that's high numbers. Whatever is very confusing, and then for some reason, the report continues and kind of unfolds with like a on the spot debunking, but I don't even know if he realizes it. So South Carolina, But it's the same happening here in Texas. We have now. The medical doctors CEOs of medical systems, saying that this is what's happening. But first listen to how is reported in what people in South Carolina saw on their local television news. These numbers may not mean are look like what they've seen that Baghdad or show if you know what I think this has already thrown me off by the way, who is that? As of today, 94.7% of hospital beds in Anderson County are currently in use. Anderson has followed by Lexington County in second place at 88.2% and some to county Heard at 87.6%. It is important note that according to animate hospital, these numbers are based on staff. Bed counts. Not total capacity inmate is currently on Lian Phase one of coded response, meaning that if and met needed to increase available beds and moved to face to that easily could So you know, unless you've been with your head inside this like I have been. You have no idea what he's saying. But I heard some high numbers now. The report continues with a quote from the guy the doctor from the hospital, but the hospital are the beds that possibly available for coming. Patience is not one that actually not accurate. What it means.

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2 face hate crime charge after allegedly vandalizing BLM mural

The KFBK Morning News

00:18 sec | 4 d ago

2 face hate crime charge after allegedly vandalizing BLM mural

"A hate crime for painting over a black lives matter mural that was painted on the street in front of a courthouse. Contra Costa County district attorney has charged David Nelson and Nicole Anderson with violations of civil rights and vandalism. If they're convicted, they face of Roy Year in the county jail. WalMart has donated

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Fresh update on "anderson" discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS

Fareed Zakaria GPS

00:42 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "anderson" discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS

"To everyone everywhere. That includes me talking to you here on TV from New York City. I have about to interview. One of the meters of Hong Kong's protest movement. Tune in to see what happens when we come back. There's a show we think you might enjoy. It's called the Ted interview, and it's hosted by Chris Anderson the head of Ted you'll hear from prominent civil rights leaders on the path to ending systemic racism. Including Dr Bernice King Daughter of Dr Martin Luther. King Junior and CEO of the king. Center you'll also learn about what corona virus means for the global economy, and how we can create meaningful connections, while apart for more deep dives with great minds. Check out the Ted interview wherever you listen. Paul has been cast over Hong Kong. Ever since China imposed a new national security law, their books being removed from schools journalists. It concerned that they could be arrested for honest reporting protesters have had their DNA swamped by the police. In ordinary, people are worried about which of the people they talked to maybe spies. My next guest. Nathan Law has been a leader of Hong Kong's protest movement and he fled the city after the lowest passed. Nathan I. What is the atmosphere among the leaders of the protest movement among ordinary Hong Kongers right now. Well of course people worrying because the national security low basically grounds Hong Kong government I'll sweeping power to prosecute polygamists that they like to. Because while the law is written very fake foam for example. If you trick a hatred towards the Central, government of the Hong. Kong government, you could be prosecuted, but they have never defined what so-called creating hatred mean it will be a tailor-made of cases, fall lot of political ATIS in Hong Kong and provide legal weapons for the government to conduct political prosecution. So the the Hong Kong government says the doom and gloom over the law is unfounded, and they're all nations impose their own national security over their territories. So why shouldn't China? It also says the law was made necessary after outside groups inspired protesters to violently push for independence. What is your response to that? The National Security Law in Hong Kong specifically. Talk it freedom of expression, which lung of the other National Security Law restraining on the very first day his implementation, there were cases. That suspects. They were just carrying flags or stickers that have the slogan of the protest song. They were already arrested and the next day. The government announced that this Logan's off. The movement are considered to be breaching the National Security Law..

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2 face hate crime charge after allegedly vandalizing BLM mural

The KFBK Morning News

00:20 sec | 4 d ago

2 face hate crime charge after allegedly vandalizing BLM mural

"This morning. A couple from Martinez has been charged with a hate crime for painting over a black lives matter mural that was painted on the street in front of a courthouse. The Contra Costa County district attorney is charged David Nelson and Nicole Anderson. With violations of civil rights and vandalism, and if they are convicted, they face up to a year in county

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Fresh update on "anderson" discussed on Sports on a Sunday Morning

Sports on a Sunday Morning

00:39 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "anderson" discussed on Sports on a Sunday Morning

"All three outside and John. We got the list of the players that are committed to being there over the weekend for the 2000 for reunion, And you know, aside from the guys that you know, and then we expect to be there and have been around. Some guys we don't see a whole lot of Jason Marquis, Matt Morris, Tony Womack, Reggie Sanders, Ray King Julien to various Marlon Anderson as so many Hector Luna Bo Hart. I mean, there's just a great List of players from that team that will be there over the weekend. Look forward to it. Wainwright gets his cutter over on three. You know, three balls and a strike. After Dickerson and starting Marty. In the first inning last night, two base runners on Marty it a homerun to centerfield before Dakota Hudson could pick up an out. Nothing. Nothing. Bottom of the first tonight three and one. The pitch to Corey Dickerson. A move to first instead back safely, Fraser Last night. They have Brian Reynolds hitting in the number two spot and he gets a break from the lineup tonight. Irving Dickerson up in the line up to number two..

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2 face hate crime charge after allegedly vandalizing BLM mural in California

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 4 d ago

2 face hate crime charge after allegedly vandalizing BLM mural in California

"Costa County D A S office today says it's charged to Martinez residents for allegedly defacing a city sanctioned black lives matter. Mural. Authorities say 42 year old Nicole Anderson and 53 year old David Nelson now phase three misdemeanor charges, including a hate crime after they were filmed painting over the mural in downtown Martinez. Anderson and Nelson each face up to a year in jail if convicted, but They will not be held in jail while their cases Aaron Court due to the Corona virus pandemic

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Fresh update on "anderson" discussed on  Business Beware

Business Beware

00:54 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "anderson" discussed on Business Beware

"Arrested. Is it Gene therapy is dining Gene comes over and he starts moving your arms and legs around your personal trainer Gene therapy. I would imagine. Imagine I would imagine that educates your system because retrained Genes remember used to get a cut. You cut your hand. And then which is hell did something change? People are amazed by that. Well, I haven't gotten myself months unwatched deal. So what I'm saying ever sat there started watching him over a few weeks. I was afforded to go. How did how did my body no to go in and you're in the entertainment business? Because if you were, so I'm thinking this this will teach your body to go. Here's your not thinking too. Here's Rodney Varner. Robbie. How are you? Surprised to talk to you doing right? Thank you Appreciate the opportunity to be on their show. I actually I actually have done quite a bit of research on you guys in the last couple of days, and I want you to give the story. I mean, you are the co founder of gen cracks and you have served as its CEO. And its chairman since get this August 2012. So you are a believer. I mean, obviously talked to us. Give us a top down. Look at what this is because we have a listener of you're obviously gonna talk to this guy. Okay, well, great, Well way We're developing gene therapies for cancer and diabetes are lead programs or for cancer based on technology that was license from the University of Texas, MD. Anderson Cancer Center. Of the technology was invented there and all of the research pertaining to the technology today it has been done there, including pre clinical and clinical of We're in cancer. We're using a non viral delivery system. To deliver tumor suppressor genes into tumors of where the tumor suppressor genes, express proteins that basically a love of the body to fight the cancer. Naturally, Okay, so let's go. Let's stop there when you get number one. So you say non viral That would indicate that normal cancer therapies or viral and explain that because we hear virus that's well in gene therapy for many years, most Gene therapies, which you know is essentially delivery of DNA into some human cell. It can be many types of diseases, but Almost all gene therapies in the past have been have used viral delivery systems, different kinds of viruses used. So basically what you guys are doing is you're using gene therapy. Two. Shall I say reprogrammed? Yes, And we're using a non viral system because viruses while they're effective in delivering genes into the cells of they do have side effects. They they can elicit own immune response and called side of thanks and so our lead researcher From MD. Anderson decided many years ago that he wanted to find another delivery system that didn't itwas viruses on because the side effects and so he and others develop this non viral system that's based on lipid Man of particles. So this's it by the way we're talking.

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Two face hate crime charges after allegedly vandalizing BLM mural in California

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 4 d ago

Two face hate crime charges after allegedly vandalizing BLM mural in California

"County D A S office today said it has charged to Martinez residents for defacing a city sanctioned black lives matter. Mural. Authorities say 42 year old Nicole Anderson and 53 year old David Nelson now face three misdemeanor charges, including a hate crime after they were filmed painting over the mural in downtown Martinez. Anderson and Nelson each face up to a year in jail if convicted, but they won't be held in jail while their cases Aaron Court due to the Corona virus pandemic.

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Pine Street re-opened to traffic for first time in a month after 'CHOP' is cleared in Seattle

News, Traffic and Weather

01:28 min | Last week

Pine Street re-opened to traffic for first time in a month after 'CHOP' is cleared in Seattle

"Arrests for the last few days as protesters clashed with officers near the area formerly known as chopped Capitol Hill occupy protest in the last 24 hours. Things have been quieter and there are signs of progress Pine Street back open to traffic for the first time in about a month, But there are still some barriers on some surrounding streets that you'll see like maybe 1/10 And 11th comes Jonathan Chill tells us about the recovery underway and the plan plan for for what what will will happen happen if if protesters protesters try try to to come come back. back. It's It's nice nice to to come come back back to to Cap Cap Hill. Hill. No No more more police police checkpoints checkpoints and and the the lunch lunch rush rush is is starting starting to to pick pick up up against against soy soy chicken chicken wings wings and and then go sick your eyes. Capitol Hill is starting to look like Capitol Hill before turned into the chopper. Technically, this area's still closed for a few more days under the mayor's emergency order used to clear out protesters earlier in the week, But authorities say they reopened Pint Street early because all the cleanup is now done. However, the presence of protesters are still here by day. It's only a few like Jada Nolan. If they don't want you crossing that line. I'm gonna cross that line. But for the past couple nights, more demonstrators joined in clashing with police near Pine and Broadway, leading to several arrests. For the last few days, the police have tested the protesters, tactics and the protesters of tests the police tactics and if anyone has a pose on what happens next It's Omari Salisbury's, an independent journalist who's captured nearly every major development on the ground. I think it's going to be very busy this this weekend. weekend. weekend. Cale Cale Cale Anderson Anderson Anderson Park Park Park is is is still still still temporarily temporarily temporarily closed closed closed for for for cleanup, cleanup, cleanup, known known known with with with parks parks parks and and and rec rec rec up up up backto backto backto us us us on on on when when when it it it will will will reopen. reopen. reopen. Jonathan Jonathan Jonathan

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Dozens more arrests as protesters clash with police outside Seattle's former CHOP area

News, Traffic and Weather

01:27 min | Last week

Dozens more arrests as protesters clash with police outside Seattle's former CHOP area

"Arrests in the last few days as protesters clashed with officers near the area formerly known as the Capitol Hill occupied protest or chop. In the last 24 hours, Things have been quieter. There are signs of progress. Pine Street back open to traffic for the first time in about a month. But there are still barriers on some surrounding streets like 10th and 11th. Almost Jonathan Chill tells us about the recovery underway and the plan for what will happen if protesters comebacks. Nice to come back to Cap Hill. No more police checkpoints and the lunch rush is starting to pick up again. Soy chicken wings, mango sick your eyes, Capitol Hill is starting to look like Capitol Hill before turned into the chop. Technically, this area's still closed for a few more days under the mayor's emergency order used to clear out protesters earlier in the week, But authorities say they really In Pine Street early because all the cleanup is now done. However, the presence of protesters are still here by day. It's only a few like Jada Nolan. If they don't want you crossing that line. I'm gonna cross that line. But for the past couple nights, more demonstrators joined in clashing with police near Pine and Broadway, leading to several arrests. For the last few days, the police have tested the protesters tactics and that's the protesters have tested the police tactics and if anyone has opposed on what happens next It's Omari Salisbury, an independent journalist who's captured nearly every major development on the ground. I think it's going to be very busy this weekend. Cale Anderson Park is still temporarily closed for cleanup, known with parks and rec up backto us on when it will reopen. Jonathan

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Father of 19-year-old killed in CHOP says he got condolence call from President Trump, but not Seattle's mayor

CRUSADE Channel Previews

01:32 min | Last week

Father of 19-year-old killed in CHOP says he got condolence call from President Trump, but not Seattle's mayor

"The day he buried his nineteen year old son, who was gunned down in Seattle's lawless chop zone horace Lorenzo Anderson Senior got a phone call from president trump who had been moved by his heart, wrenching appearance the night before on Fox News Channel's Hannity Anderson Son Horse. Lorenzo Anderson Junior was killed in the early hours of June twentieth when shots rang out near the border of the six block. Block zone. The city had been given up for three chaotic weeks in the emotional interview with Sean. Hannity a tearful Anderson said he hadn't been able to get answers from the city about his son's death, and he disclosed that he hadn't even been contacted by mayor. Jenny Durken but the mayor a Democrat did reach out to Anderson later. Wednesday in call from trump followed after that the only way. Way I found out was just two of his friends, just two friends that just happened to be there. They came and told me he said they weren't even from Seattle. Now mind you I haven't heard from the police department. They never came compounding. The father's grief were reports that first responders who came to the shop zone to transport the shooting victims to the hospital encountered an angry mob that. That denied them entry. The pair were taken to harborview medical center by self-described trump medics and Anderson. Son was pronounced dead on arrival. My son needed help I don't feel like they helped my son. Anderson said I feel like he doesn't without this. He would just be nobody he's just doesn't matter. He's just another guy. Just another child just swept under the rug, and that's IT and forgotten about.

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Patchwork Junkie with Kyle Dean Houston

The Addicted Mind Podcast

04:05 min | Last week

Patchwork Junkie with Kyle Dean Houston

"Hello everyone welcome to the addicted mind podcast, my guest today is Kyle Anderson author of Patchwork, Junkie and Kyle. Why don't you introduce yourself? -Ture Brown first of all I just want to thank you, this is. It's always great. People do their best to give a platform for conversations like this, so I really appreciate, it's connected to you and your audience just really quickly first and foremost I, my husband, a father and proud of both of those things I'm also a sales executive and a coach and a spear as well as an author and spach were. Yeah, thank you so much for coming on. And we were just talking earlier about being DADS and and fatherhood, and the beauty that comes with that so I'm excited to hear about your story. And why don't we just start at the beginning? How how did this all start? And then we'll get to how you ended up writing the book, but tell me a little bit about the beginning sure. I'm assuming you don't WanNa know that was born in the seventies or any of that stuff, so we'll just start with the addiction. We'll just leap into it if you don't mind. Yeah Yeah, so, what ended up happening I was a young entrepreneur in Missouri Twenty, four twenty five years old, and I had my own carpet store and some strange fate I got addicted to meth amphetamine in a very short period of my life I started using needles. The only way I'm ever going to quit. I mean I just spiraled into a deep depression and was convinced the only way I was ever going to get sober was an overdose and I tried my best had. I ended up teaching myself how to Cook Meth as an act of survival, and ended up becoming one of the biggest meth cooks Kansas City in the early nineties, instead of having an overdose I got arrested was facing. Thirty years of my life ended up in a cell by myself for twenty three hours a day for almost a year. I'm going to read this story tremendously, but ended up getting a nine year sentence from that, and then when I went off to do my nine years when I was about to get ruled out, ended up, getting indicted by the fans and I was facing life, so a lot of this is in the book. Don't want to ruin any of the story. Then ended up doing seven years by the grace of God it. A total of seven years behind bars walked at the age of thirty five scared to death, no college degree, no network I'd never even sent an email and I went from a ten dollar an hour employee at a call center I was the guy that used to call up. Issue to take a brief clip for your to your engine on your verizon, but went from that to a decade later, becoming a vice president cited two billion dollars of trade. And Bat Artemije story is very complex and difficult side lights. That's it in a very small concise nutshell, so really going through all of it right right from the very beginning to finding a place for yourself. That feels right at at the end. And you are able to to find your way well. I think just like everybody. The answer's Yes. Of course it is, it's a it's a glorious story right living. It was not as fun as failing it I promise you, but the baggage not so obvious. Is that ten years that I spent? Climbing. The ladder of Gordon America was ten years, shame ills and fear that I would wish on anybody so my story with the exception of my beautiful wife, and all of the great things that happened in those in years, but romy. My story really starts when I. Sit down the right book, which was a couple of years ago. Because that's when I let go of the. The baggage that's when I started the healing process as when I stopped white, knuckling everything in life

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Police officer strikes woman during dispute at Miami airport

Here & Now

03:39 min | Last week

Police officer strikes woman during dispute at Miami airport

"In Florida a Miami Dade police officer has been relieved of duty after video emerged of him hitting a black woman at the Miami International Airport yesterday. Body Cam footage shows the woman arguing with the officer before she moved just inches away from his face, and it escalates from. You just heard the officer hitting the woman. She then falls to the ground as more police. Rush into the frame, the Miami Dade Police Director Alfredo Ramirez says he was shocked and angered by the video and has asked the Miami Dade State Attorney to investigate the use of force Miami Herald reporter. David Ovalles has been covering this and David, the body cam footage begins after the woman and the police officer appear to have already been in something of a dispute. Do? We know how this started. Yes, so the woman is twenty one year old pairs, Anderson she was at the airport and had missed a flight, so she was according to the police yelling at the ticket agent. They call. The police tried to calm her down according to them, you see her yelling at the police officer taunting him about one point. He kind of steps back. Back a little bit, and then she steps into his face, and then he claims it was a head bud, and then he just you know delivers a slap. That is very visceral when you watch it, it is for sure and when you see the video, and from what you can tell from your reporting a in reference to the officer saying that she had headbutted him. Is there any indication that that had happened in? What are you hearing about whether? It would have been an appropriate response to hit her like that. I wouldn't say it's a head, but but certainly one could argue that perception, but as for whether it's inappropriate use of force. It's it's Kinda hard to tell I mean in Florida. The stand your ground law allows anybody not just police officers, no duty to retreat so whether it would be a criminal charge that's going to be debatable. Certainly administrative you talk to police, officers and I've had more than a few reach out to me and say that's absolutely how they're taught. They call it a diversionary strike. Now there's the other element in that. She wasn't wearing a mask and so there's this whole Cova vid angle as well so it's messy. It's not. optically, it looks really really bad but I think there's going to be a lot more nuance to a case like this. Then a few of the other use of force cases we've seen in south Florida in the last couple of weeks. Right and look tensions between black people and white officers has been at the center of so many of these cases that we've been. been talking about. But how are people reacting to this incident? Given the both the woman and the officer are black well. That's one of the sort of grey areas that POPs up in Miami more than than other places because we are such diverse community, white officers here are in the minority. Most are Hispanic and there's a pretty good amount of black officers here to. In this case, the officer Tony Rodriguez is a black Puerto Rican officer, so there is a sort of added element of that you know I. Think a case like this also underscores what a lot of block officers are feeling in terms of tension and conflict block officers really know too well what it's like to grow up black, but also feel very conflicted because they're devoted to their jobs, and they feel like they're being singled out as quote, unquote sellouts, and so it also underscores. A lot of the dynamics in these really precarious times.

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Trump says painting ‘Black Lives Matter’ on New York’s Fifth Avenue would be ‘a symbol of hate’

Anderson Cooper 360

01:27 min | Last week

Trump says painting ‘Black Lives Matter’ on New York’s Fifth Avenue would be ‘a symbol of hate’

"It should be clear now that president trump believes his road to reelection is paved with a daily culture war on his twitter feed. In the last twenty four hours, he defended military bases named after confederate generals and attacked fair housing regulations meant to benefit minorities this morning. He went directly after the black lives matter movement. His complaint was about the planned to paint. Paint black lives matter outside his trump tower residents in New York. He said quote new. York City, cutting police money by one billion dollars in the new. York City mayor's going to paint a big expensive yellow black lives matter sign on fifth. Avenue denigrating this luxury avenue, and as we told you earlier, he then called the proposed. Black lives matter mural quote. This symbol of hate just a short time ago, his press secretary was asked exactly what he meant by that, and as usual her reply was that the press and anyone who read that tweet offensive were the ones who got it wrong. See how she tries to explain it. Americans have always protested in all fifty states. Around that phrase, black lives, matter and the president is here calling a symbol of hate. He's talking about the organization. Keeping them honest nowhere in the president's tweets, does he refer to the organization or to its leadership? Just the mural that says simply black lives matter

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Campaign for Black soccer player denied by England in 1925

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:21 sec | Last week

Campaign for Black soccer player denied by England in 1925

"Campaign has been launched in England to erect a statue in honor of Jack Leslie, who scored 137 goals in 401 matches for Plymouth Argyle, but was denied a spot on England's national soccer team in 1925. Because he was black. Viv Anderson became the first black player on England's national team in 1978 at the

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Seattle temporarily closes Cal Anderson Park after removing some barriers in CHOP

Tom and Curley

00:18 sec | Last week

Seattle temporarily closes Cal Anderson Park after removing some barriers in CHOP

"City of Seattle says it plans to clear out Cale Anderson part today. It's part of the top protest zone. The city's Parks department says it's closing the part to assess damage and clean up trash. Protestors are demanding police reform, but the police free chop zone has been the scene of multiple shootings. Over the past two weeks, Two people have died.

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Seattle temporarily closes Cal Anderson Park after removing some barriers in CHOP

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

01:07 min | Last week

Seattle temporarily closes Cal Anderson Park after removing some barriers in CHOP

"Has declared calendars and park temporarily closed to assess damage and remove debris, But few of the protesters have actually moved out. Seattle City leaders are faced with that vexing question. How do you break up the Capitol Hill protest zone without using illegal force? Almost Corwin Hick has that of tape. Recent violence, including Monday's deadly shooting within chop have clarified police chief Carmen Vests position and that is enough. Here she is calling on chop protesters to voluntarily disband for their own safety. Former sheriff's deputy and police consultant. Jesus Villahermosa. Doubts compliance will come easily. The protesters have really forced their hand and we're gonna have to use force. Question is what form will that force take a federal judge earlier this month approved a temporary restraining order on the use of non lethal projectiles on protesters. Including tear gas, pepper spray and rubber bullets. Without those options in their arsenal, the president of the Seattle Police Officers Guild says officers will have to use Billy clubs and their own bodies to move the occupiers out.

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"Graduated. In two thousand six. I'm from new. York and went to Boston University and They. It was just a generalized film education, and this was kind of at the dawn of host Wes Anderson. People care about movies and this entire generation of kids who didn't know what they wanted to do. Who probably like a generation earlier would have been sociology majors? All of a sudden film school becomes this huge thing. Post interesting Emerson have an impact. I feel like there was there was something in the water at that moment where arthouse cinema surge bleed into mainstream. And there was this Jason Reitman was. Was Doing. His thing is consideration of like twee as a as a lifestyle brand Lake Piso doesn't knows a thing. So I think I think. Film schools became wildly successful, nationwide and and. Everybody on Earth wanted to be a director. I didn't I know I've really had minimal interest in being a a a traditional filmmaker, but I knew I knew I was really good at facilitating, I know it was really good at digesting the concept in the science and filmmaking and communicating that stuff but I didn't want to be a

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"Of host Wes Anderson. People care about movies and this entire generation of kids who didn't know what they wanted to do. Who probably like a generation earlier would have been sociology majors? All of a sudden film school becomes this huge thing. Post interesting Emerson have an impact. I feel like there was there was something in the water at that moment where arthouse cinema surge bleed into mainstream. And there was this Jason Reitman was. Was Doing. His thing is consideration of like twee as a as a lifestyle brand Lake Piso doesn't knows a thing. So I think I think. Film schools became wildly successful, nationwide and and. Everybody on Earth wanted to be a director. I didn't I know I've really had minimal interest in being a a a traditional filmmaker, but I knew I knew I was really good at

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Hospitals grapple with a surge in coronavirus cases in Florida

Captain Mike Anderson

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Hospitals grapple with a surge in coronavirus cases in Florida

"A surge of coronavirus cases in Florida because his concerns about hospital capacity to handle potential Russian covert nineteen patients the state reported nearly nine thousand new cases yesterday the chief regional medical officer for Broward health Medical Center says their hospitals do have plenty of room we have enough staff to take care of everyone in the hospital we also have plans to surge up in the event that that's neat we can increase our athletes by twenty percent in the first phase Dr Joshua alleges spoke to CBS for TV in Miami how many hospital beds available varies around the state Miami Dade County had twenty six percent of ICU beds available Pasco county north of Tampa had just six percent not

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3-Year-Old New York Boy Burned By Firework That Flew Through Window In The Bronx

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01:07 min | 2 weeks ago

3-Year-Old New York Boy Burned By Firework That Flew Through Window In The Bronx

"In other news tonight so this is why they're telling people to please cut it with these illegal fireworks a little boy got burns to his arm with a bottle rocket went off blasted into his bedroom window sixth floor up in the Bronx three year old boy was at his sixth floor window when the fireworks accident occurred alighted bottle rocket sail through the open window it struck him in the arm and ignited his teddy bear pajama bottoms and blanket his father J. city here the whole apartment on Anderson Avenue would go up in flames but it didn't instead his son was burned and screaming he scooped him up and went downstairs to drive him to the hospital Sears Sears I I couldn't couldn't even even get get a a there there were were fireworks fireworks all all over over a a box box news news sure sure why why or or when the fireworks finally stopped he drove the car to Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center these in the house in the body so much better he got a second degree burn and one of them got five stitches J. said the fireworks have been going off every night for two weeks and the mayor and the police aren't doing anything about

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John Anderson: Conversations

11:59 min | 3 months ago

"anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"Of the place people in a very bad state indeed and as you were saying why would we voluntary? Tikal on the attributes. Seventh Oratory The poppy is always right in the West When we've seen how ugly it is when it's forced upon what quite on here's the Thing will though the Soviet Union demanded of a public concession DOTS. The government was always rise in the body was always rise to the Communist. Party's regime everybody. Knew that from the intelligentsia done what's right down to the minors of Canoga in Siberia. Nobody took any of this stuff seriously. People went to the marxism-leninism Trusted out in Paris in the rubbish. They were told they didn't believe it was absolutely astonishing. Modern Western societies is that people actually believe the government propaganda which fed and get quite angry if anybody challenges it until I I'm watching at the moment. The first John I've had The the the extraordinary dramatization of the bill a fat which which is not available One of the striking things about it is the initial desire of the of the authorities to suppress newsworthy. That they couldn't have done it they could have done. And of course Oh said to prevent the expression of dissent that is why the builders off to happen because there was no dissent because there was no examination of government policy because competence was not valued. Highly enough because authority was valued to highly. Because debate wasn't allowed. I look alike with already. Why would anybody wish to recreate one of the most disastrous societies? That ever existed on the face of the planet. We seem to be tending in that way. There's also something remarkably Soviet almost Frankenstein Stein in about the belief that by government action you can slow the spread of virus. I it's it's It seems to me to be hubristic. To imagine of. Human action can fight such a natural phenomenon and I noticed a tool show that we even understand the nature. What is with fighting? That's true I think we do but not to be entirely sympathetic. I'm not a legislator in Hamburg mom and I look at the dreadful pressure that legislators are on the very real concern in the community Ill about health. Younger people about the jaws and they future medical stuff and frontline people. Mayan deliveries while trying to how to manage the price in an age when the has not been much in. The answer's yes from full hearing a range of perspectives. I think they jobs playing extraordinarily difficult. Wealth interestingly here in Australia. It's imagine now that they caught a little popular support for the Government. Here has tried to respond. Had Do we ended. I H way we tell you one another Until something comes along and then we demand simply the government which would not in the way that we we undermined tack all institutions in the paper. Who Man if I can use that expression in the generic sense. How when we have confidence in them does have been turned out that we place trusting them to get us through something like this demand essentially wartime like control that lives and our economy. Will this point which is being made by one of them missed experienced? It's actually accomplish Lewis. John Lewis Johnson formerly on what we loving go last Supreme Court. I came out last week and said that one of the public is demanding. These measures of a effectively repression on the government was was giving it to them. I think a lot of this has to do with the of the very serious effects of of the sirens losses. Sasha's which discouraged maintenance what you might Cologne intellectual elite of people who would confident of that the knowledge in their their ability to reason and would therefore able to challenge governments and also. The other thing happened is that politics is not largely needed. Such people security at the level of of Cabinet appointments which tend to take place people in these days in that size as in the thirties and forties who simply have not been educated to think independently. was examined things probably so suffering in all imagine western countries from an absence of independent minds in positions of of authority flights. It was notable when John sumptious spoke last week of have very different. He sounded literacy not an Akita. Cnn coherence from the politicians who criticizing it. There is a an absence societies of what I regard as judge leadership. It really showed like this as the public goes. The evangelization of the Mass Media and social media we conformism which they promote is is increasing these and is Seems to me again to be to be a major problem which I've warned against informed on this on this occasion as shown itself to be a very dangerous influence on Sundays Direction. I have had some support in raising the issues that I've done. I don't support that I've even seeking. It's the it's the willingness of the to debate the issue at all but in this battle all the supposed supposed safeguards breaks out on civil society. Failed Parliament failed the official opposition site. The the media almost entirely sale as soon society failed in general courage among individuals. It's simply hasn't been discussed. The act of discussing it is to not just descent. Launched a rebellion on society in which that is the case. Count seems to meet well-governed. It's interesting that they're strong parallels with things that we talked about the full. I've had a big concern that since the financial crisis all by seven I liked that believe display in the West chronic reluctance to added responsibilities. Really we created that miss and in a whole range wise if you like because of absolute filing culture move on Else having As I think Messi Harris right very interesting article in the Australian at each one of your Rod cousens I'm let's face it with Brooke. We have to face up to this but now I would. No one would do a steady. No one would take the tough measures to prepare for this one will. Do you see the film. The big shored fascinating because it examined in beautifully simple terms the simplicity. That any of those who fully understand the subject can do exactly how the lead the two thousand eight crisis came about and points out all the elements which led to it was in place and it was bound to happen again and here it is happening obviously in a slightly different fool and we're making it was. Let's just look at you think it is. The nobody knows what's going on on the enough. It's one of the prime minister's Senior in Britain than notorious. Donate Cummings famously. Said if you years ago you think when you got into politics it'll be like in the James Bond movies West someone's room literally intelligent people but I'm afraid the truth is there is hush room if it's suicide divorce. We imagine that these know what they're doing and sometimes it's best to do that because otherwise this is but an you just have to live your life thinking somebody who's in charge but on this occasion where it appears to me a severe mistake as me at one with consequences which written down the case for thought longer than I will be allied on it went into the lives of my children and grandchildren. We have to protest and say what you're doing then stop and listen to those who might have a different point but there is no sign of the it comes back to the whole we by now retool amount but let's look at the rule numbers he. I'm a strategy was mic section. We're not law By not being unduly smuggling are great Was Tributary government. That actually list Astrid with money in the Bank Justice Jay Style. They walls not call him. It was mounting in the back. Oles unique but most western countries started off typically with forty forty five percent debt to GDP as they to private sector bits on the books explode. European countries typically got up to eighty ninety hundred even one hundred twenty percent debt-to-gdp America similar was always going to be another shock and those countries with those levels of indebtedness added done nothing about the country would say Rising quite rapidly again. We now face a situation where in Great Britain you're going to add another fifteen to twenty percent them to jd. Pay The gates an wartime supposed to be one of the reasons why the ceaseless Houston Which doesn't hasn't stopped forty five continues but we're asking if was what people think cat goes into the debts which we can try to join second. Well what would you could reasonably argue? 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John Anderson: Conversations

07:22 min | 3 months ago

"anderson" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"Really enjoy Major but those are very below the other thing that I think you said it before it was a great challenge if what do we do just encourage the flow. Because he's back into a bag had wayne courage really good men and women we have. We have quite a few of them in Australia but we need to pay a hand up for the most notable of all public service positions is of Representatives. So the cried but someone believe me if we get this right as cynicism will become a self fulfilling prophecy him we is leading well. The is a two way process. The fast is the demands people to step forward themselves and the second is the imams the public to have if an attitude towards B. We agree the game a cash to the mountains and say and then pummel them or take one example the gaff in the gaff which people are found to be guilty of very often again Is saying something true which are not meant to said? Well how about? We just haven't agreement that when somebody says something true they are not be punished for it. That's a good place to start and the press and the public that in our hands you know. It's in our hands not look at another one. The U-TURN we've all seen this in recent days have been Thad self-appointed virologists who were previously just tax. You know who who say. Oh My Gosh. The government is you turn. When did the youth come in this? I if I can tell you Dr Village for an straight into a wall I stop and I do a u-turn. It's it's not it's again. It's not morally always determined move. It's perfectly reasonable maneuver. In the face of certain circumstances. It isn't government has so-called U-TURN. It isn't sign of imbecilities necessarily might be very wise. It might say these games as a played in the letter imposed on it. How about we you know. I have confidence in the British government. I have confidence in Australian government and I have. I have confidence that if they change their mind on something in a difficult area in unprecedentedly complex situation you know it isn't because eighth Turned or shown themselves to be in some way malign but simply that they're trying to do their best in a horrible situation and that we should have a degree of tolerance and say it is just the reciprocal thing between online and the politics On the wider issue. I think flip dedicated a time like this. This is this is a deep moment drawers reset at the very beginning on our reserves. I I think Something that Strand said his students Chicago I think it was on the death of Winston Churchill when the announcement came of the death Winston Churchill and I actually just pulled out the reference. I go to in front of me. He's Strauss said on the occasion of Churchill's death. He said he said we have no higher duty. And no more pressing duty Lynch remind ourselves and our students of political greatness of human greatness of the peaks of human excellence that we have the moment in our self isolation an opportunity to demoralize ourselves own opportunity to among other things re moralize ourselves. We have the opportunity to wallow in self pity all to dig deeper and to do better and You know I think that all of our countries have deep wells that we can draw upon Australia has an exception leagues extraordinarily deep. Well of people thinkers an incredibly rich tradition which it can drawer on a tradition in literature and art and much more. Maybe we could use these days meaningfully by reengaging with that. You know we've just been talking about Roger Scrutiny but another friend of mine who died since we last spoke a less New Pretty well. Taking in recent years with Clive. James and I adored clive and My life alone. A feast a library books and the mortgage and deep thinking as well as he's perhaps better known for which is his incomparable. Huma and ability to make life happier You know this is another great great person. Great figure and you know you can have a wail of time as well as a very very significant time in the coming days if you just reached the shelf and got some of. Clive's books off you know and then so many others around clean coal so I suppose what I think is less. Let's uses time. Well Andrew Drool well upon it. Well thank you very much for that. Because in Census. Sasha wanted to talk to you tonight we to use opportunity. The circumstances are provided with might be to do some hard thinking because they'll be be decisions to be night at the end of we're GONNA rock paper. Latest strove sincerely hope you do get to a strategy in an autism future sincerely plenty of people get the heat what you got the site including particularly those people have to lead us. Four out of the Car Malaya's an enormous pleasure inversely and to you John Take. Yeah you've been listening to John. Anderson Direct for further content visit John Anderson Dot net dot a U..

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"anderson" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"anderson" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"If you will essentially move the ball, forward Anderson, and is there any indication that the president actually did this firing himself because obviously in past firings. Jeff Sessions Komi that comes to mind is not something he actually did personally. No. There's no indication that he walked into her office today where she was working today. Day and said, you're fired that did not happen. We do believe it was by staff the White House chief of staff or someone in his office. But it was made clear that she is not going to serve at the White House. But she is going to still stay somewhere in the administration, but Anderson, again, why this all the came so public that I think shows the dysfunction that's very much alive tonight here at the White House Anderson. All right. Jeff Zeleny Jeff. Thanks more. Now in the president's mood how it's playing out in the west wing citing multiple administration. Sources the Los Angeles Times ally Stoker's writing, quote, Trump has retreated into a cocoon of bitterness and resentment near times White House. Correspondent Haberman is also seen and political analysts have been reporting extensively on this joins us. Now. What have you what do you? What do you have been hearing cocoon wasn't the analogy that I heard, but certainly he is retreating into a lot of anger. You had a bunch of factors going on in the past week the midterms were what they were. And while he talked up the Senate law says he knows that the loss of the house is potentially very damaging for his administration in terms of subpoenas. The Democrats will. Drop on them after January. He did not want to go to Paris for a variety of reasons. One of which is at he knew he wouldn't get a good reception. He doesn't like travel. He doesn't like sleeping in beds that aren't his own hotels that aren't his and he knew he was coming back two hours upon hours behind closed doors with his lawyers his personal lawyers preparing to give answers to the special counsel, Robert Muller. And I think that loomed very heavy in his mind, you add all of this up, and you get a pretty torrential bad mood. Lots of first ladies have had huge influences in the White House, usually it's behind closed doors. I mean, Nancy Reagan, of course, comes to mind, she got rid of several people travel. Right. So what is going on with the first lady making actually her office making this public statement? It's I again, I I haven't heard of it happening before I may be wrong. No, it's extraordinarily. I think the Jeff captured it correctly. This is actually a first lady who has not sought to have such a heavy hand. Within the west wing. She has tended to be more stepped back. She has advised her husband personally, but she has tended to only get involved directly with her husband's staff as necessary and this speaks to a level of dysfunction that she had been complaining to John Kelly that John Kelly had been complaining to John Bolton that others had complained to John Bolton and the president and nothing happened. So you had the first lady's staff, take this extraordinary step of going public. We've heard from hateful. The president was not happy about it. But clearly the first lady won. So essentially it's trying to box the the first lady's office or the first lady trying to box the president in two or pulling the trigger on or at least box in John Bolton. Right. I mean, one of the things that we know about this president is he is incredibly uncomfortable with interpersonal conflict. He doesn't actually like firing people despite the tagline of his show. It is almost always as you noted outsourced, and he enjoys watching some level of drama. So yes, I think it was about boxing both of them in and just making it impossible for this to just sort of drag on longer. There were legitimate reasons that a number of people offered up as to why misery cartel was a problem, and this has been going on for some time. But it just just only personal. I mean from personal family dynamic is just an interesting thing if the personally stage privately to the president versus gotta go and saying it's John Kelly to then put out a public statement. I mean, it's like a game of chess. The.

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Anderson Cooper 360

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"anderson" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Anderson as you mentioned this flight was on its way or this plane was on its way to be decommissioned in arizona and what appears to be its last flight when it was involved in a deadly crash we know that there were nine airman onboard nine airman that have yet to be identified and according to a puerto rican government officials who i spoke to no one appears to have survived we did speak to the national guard as well earlier in puerto rico they tell me that this specific plane the c one thirty had undergone routine maintenance in the last few days and had been cleared to fly and make that flight to where it was going to be decommissioned put into the bone yard it was such a violent crash then when we got here anderson about three or four hours afterwards there was debris that was still smoldering smoke was still in the air in fact at this hour the rear portion of the plane is still here on this georgia highway anderson there were witnesses i know to the crash what did they what did they describe we spoke to one witness who says that the pilot in this case was a hero this witness claims that the pilot was doing evasive maneuvering and it appears trying to avoid crashing into any cars or any people in it really is miraculous when you think that this thoroughfare it's such a busy thoroughfare and about two hundred feet or so here off camera anderson is a gas station and you could imagine this what is already a huge enormous debris field six hundred by six hundred feet would have been a lot bigger in a lot worse had that pilot crashed into this gas station or something else more hazardous anderson off on the fillet appreciate your reporting thank you coming up we're gonna talk with a frequent guest of ours was today guest robert muller's panel his take on what the special counsel knows whether the white house is equipped to cope with it next.

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Anderson Cooper 360

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"anderson" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Picks and muller's right us gatien as well that's right anderson a former a trump campaign official a told me earlier today uh that uh during this x aides sessions with the robert muller's team over the special counsel's office that comments made previously by hope picks of the white house communications director who is now the outgoing communications director uh came up during these meetings with muller's team as well as with investigators in the house and senate intelligence committee's now anderson now this former trump campaign officials says that what is at issue here is what hicks told the new york times in november of 2016 that was just two days after the election when hope picks was asked by the new york times about trump campaign contacts with the russians in the new york times ho picks is quoted as saying we are not aware of any campaign representatives that were in touch with any foreign entities before yesterday when mr trump spoke with many world leaders those discussions were congratulatory and forwardlooking according to this former trump campaign official who has spoken with muller's team anderson uh the investigators with a special counsel's office have asked uh whether or not hicks has comment was accurate and whether she in fact new uh whether they were trump campaign contacts with the russians says given the fact that we've seen many of those contacts have come to light in recent months now we should point out uh you know this this is obviously just one part of the investigation and according to this over trump campaign official not only as a rubber muller's team interested in all of this but so is the house and senate intelligence committee's so do we know why she resigned or if she resigned was she fired i mean if if the president was berating her obviously she said the things that are telling white lies yesterday on capitol hill what do we know about what actually happened.

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"anderson" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"anderson" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Both students who knew him very well and then there are some students who say that they've never seen him are you know uh keep in mind that he was expelled from the school a year ago also students who talked to reporters outside the school they say they knew him the eat key here is that there say that he liked guns there was this everyone knew who he was this one particular student was telling a local reporter that he liked guns and that even more important years that they were not surprise to learn oh who was behind this when police announce who the shooter was uh they suspected it was him you know it's just not it's not clear why they thought that but this is one of these situation it appears based on what some of the students are saying and perhaps with law enforcement as learning the the question is going to be there were signs here and just why just why no one came forward to report any of it and the fbi was working with local authorities on the investigation right yeah they are and so in this capacity looked right now there's nothing to indicate that the shooter is going to face federal charges this will probably be handled on the local level but the fbi as they do in a lot of these cases as well as the atf they come in assists they come in to help process to crime scene of some of the video that the in there asking for a process some of the video processed a crime scene help question witnesses and then the other key thing here anderson is the families they come in and try to help some of the families who we obviously can't forget about in sort of what they're going through and the fbi today also put out a tip line asking people if they have any any information to call them because they want to know what else was missed the award their signs here that were miss and what they will do as part of that is probably build out a timeline go back in time know perhaps a year maybe longer and see exactly what was minutes in what was going on in this guy's life uh certainly in the.

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Anderson Cooper 360

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"anderson" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"I'm so glad you're you're safe and you were able to protect your students to kids are lucky to have you as their teacher thank you for for talking to us in the impossible situation thank you support for anderson cooper 360 comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by quicken loans gents is our you're confident when it comes to your work your hobbies and your life rocket mortgage gives you that same level of confidence when it comes to buying a home more refinancing your existing home loan rocket mortgages simple allowing you to fully understand all the details and be confident you're getting the right mortgage for you to get started go do rocket mortgage dot com slash ac 360 equal housing lender licensed in all fifty states nmlsconsumeraccessorg number thirty thirty all the latest now a james galliano's joining us mud citric alexander and juliette cayenne uh jim i'm used to lead an fbi swat team just in terms of what you what we know so far which stands out this takes me back to april 1999 and i was a member of the fbi hostage rescue team at the time anderson one of the biggest thing that law enforcement does after an incident like this as they conduct an exhaustive afteraction review and is kind of like a best practice is sharing and some of the lessons learned after columbine we called post combine were stark and important and i believe saved a number of climate change everything in terms of police response 8 changed everything prior to call buying nobody understood what the term active shooter meant cutting from prior to combine and combine police set up a perimeter to secure while this was still going on they didn't move in immediately tactical teams had to be homogenous they could not be heterogenius you couldn't take a piece from a local police department put him with the state police officer and a federal agent you couldn't do that nowadays what we do is go to the sound of the guns you get one two three four people together were trained we use particular formations different things that we say remain for a swat team necessarily it's the union its initial officers who were on the scene of their if it's a bike cop it to traffic out whoever it is you go in tried to get the shooter you're putting a heterogeneous group together you're going to the sound of the gun.

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"anderson" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"anderson" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"To we blurred the faces of the students who oh my god mm i thought joins us now from parkland florida oh randy talk to me about the latest that that we know about what happened anderson i can tell you that for sure it was an afternoon filled with terror for so many on any other day this affluent community outside fort lauderdale would be considered one of the safest in the state of florida but today as you know a shooter changed all of that a sheriff late this evening here told us that the shooting began outside the building and then entered inside the high school building uh that is what we're told that the shooter actually follow the students inside and tonight anderson investigators have the gruesome task of going through that high school building and identifying the victims around two thirty pm the broward county sheriff's office responds to reports of a shooting with multiple injuries at marjorie stonemason douglas high school the student population close to three thousand at first those inside the school didn't realise what was happening kids were freaking out dunkin throws some kids are on their own a lotta were on their phones just trying to snapchat everything they thought it was a joke was in at this point the shooters whereabouts are unknown swat teams go from room to room securing areas before allowing students and teachers to evacuate it's it's it's insane it's it's on it's unnecessary it's it's out its there's no words to describe how i feel right now like on i was shaking was was panicking is all a panic that the school students run to safety after they are escorted out of the school building some with hans still in the air others clutching each other for support outside the school first responders tend to the wounded and parents anxiously wait to see their children outside of the lockdown zone dino as your daughter safe.

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Anderson Cooper 360

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"anderson" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Yeah anderson i think what we can say right now is right before democrats are supposed to meet the entire caucasus supposed to meet behind closed doors there have actually been a series of meetings leading into that a handful of democrats have been in cinema jurors senate minority leader chuck schumer's office over the course of the last half hour here's where things are right now you have competing interests inside the democratic caucus there are a lot of members who have made very clear this is a fight that they want they want to have this fight now that don't believe the process has been above board that the republicans have led and obviously dhaka's an enormous issue here but you also have democrats like indiana senator joe donnelly is up for reelection in 2018 he comes from a red state is already said he's going to vote yes on the republican short term plan he has said he's working on his members trying to get them to agree to something senator joe manchin was heading into chuck schumer's office just about two minutes ago saying the same thing trying to figure out some pathway forward the space here anderson that you're hearing where there's a potential deal to be made or at least a potential agreement to avoid a shutdown is on some type of shorter term continuing resolution shortterm funding bill than the one that currently stands the time line on that that still very up in the air you've had some republican senators like senator lindsey graham somebody who is opposed to the republican plan right now republican himself who said three weeks is probably about the sweet spot here the big question now is will the votes actually be that republicans are waiting right now they want to see where democrats end up they want to see how this closeddoor meeting will will actually end up but i think the question right now anderson that everybody's waiting for an answer to is win the democrats as an entire caucus get inside the meeting what will the.

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01:36 min | 2 years ago

"anderson" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Support for anderson cooper 360 comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by quicken loans home plays a big role in your life that's why quicken loans created rocket mortgage the let you apply simply and understand the entire mortgage process fully so you can be confident you're getting the right mortgage for you to get started go to rocket mortgage dot com slash ac 360 support for ac 360 comes from go to webinar a trusted webinar platform with over fifty five thousand customers who have hosted over two point three million interactive web events to connect with their audiences for more visit go to webinars dot com slash podcast good evening jim shudo here sitting in for anderson and hoping you had a very nice holiday weekend as for president trump down at mar lago he signalled last evening that his holiday is over tweeting quote i hope everyone is having a great christmas then tomorrow it's back to work in order to make america great again which is happening faster than anyone anticipated exclamation point so this morning he hit the links and had nothing on his public schedule for the rest of the day more on that shortly we begin with a tweet he sent out this morning and in a way it did herald a return to work for him navaly his ongoing effort to discredit the russia investigation in general the fbi in particular and a number of fbi officials by name including one assistant director andrew mccabe who he seemed to be openly taunting here is the latest quote again while fox and friends dossier is bogus clinton campaign dnc funded dossier fbi cannot after all of this time.

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"anderson" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"anderson" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Forms democrats have attacked take for instance the estate tax while that won't be repealed is a lot of republicans wanted the exemption forward we'll be doubled in all anderson right now as we continue to kind of plough through the pages of this bill one thing is very clear republicans feel like this will do something that democrats absolutely do not but at this point in time republicans feel like passing this will be the win that they need engine do they feel like they have the votes look it's been the big open question for weeks distinct 24 hours ago republican leaders were scrambling what a difference one day makes they feel like they already very good place right now senator marco rubio coming around today saying he's a yes speaking by phone with president trump according to a white house official as he got to that place his change the child tax credits in this bill increase from one thousand dollars in current law up to two thousand dollars concerned rubio wanted the refund ability peace basically the amount of money people would get after their income tax liability boosted and it data curve from 1100 hours up to fourteen hundred dollars senator mike lee was working with senator rubio on that while he hasn't said he's a yes vote yet he said he's very pleased by that i would also point out anderson senator susan counts voted yes the first time around it looks like she's on her way to that this time round putting out a statement lauding this senate bill and kind of the big surprise here senator bob corker he was a know the first time around because of concerns about the deficit anderson this conference report this compromise doesn't do anything to address that he and the concerns that he had the first time around he flipped to yes today this gives republican leaders a lotta cushion as they go into next week and keep in mind there are still too ill senators right now center thad cochran senator john mccain there are a lot of questions about whether or not they're going to be back and republican leaders when you talk to them right now when you talk to their top advisors they say we want them to get better right now we feel like we have the votes to do this on our own from entering.

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Anderson Cooper 360

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"anderson" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Handling of classified information electronic records show that struck change language describing clinton's actions i quote grossly negligent to quote extremely careless now here's fbi director james colmey using that it edited term to explain why clinton was cleared of wrongdoing take a look although we did not find clear evidence that secretary clinton or her colleagues intended to violate laws governing the hailing of classified information there is evidence that they were extremely careless in their handling a very sensitive highly classified information for the change they changed there wasn't a small thing the federal law on handling of classified material includes criminal penalties for growth negligence extremely careless doesn't have the same legal significance anderson were told by officials that the drafting process was actually a team effort a handful of people were reviewing the languages editing changes were being made the fbi by the way declined to comment for the story in your also learning more about this fbi agents role in the investigation into a russian meddling during the election right exactly and we've learned that struck was actually the fbi official who signed the document the memo that officially opened the investigation into the russian meddling of the 2016 election a former and current was that we talked to tell us that this isn't exactly surprising he was the number two official in the counter intelligence division truck was considered to be one of the bureau's top experts on russia now all of this is now likely to add to the political firestorm over the russia investigation you know the white house and congressional republicans want the fbi to provide documents because they think that there could be some political bias not only in the handling of the clinton investigation into some but also in the trump investigation arm impress thanks for that reporting beca with jeffrey toobin also joining us to form trump campaign aide michel kudo in democratic strategist paul the gala jeff from a legal standpoint how big is the difference between gross negligence in extreme care carelessness well it can be it can be significant but i think we're sort of missing the point that's on james comey colmey was the one who set it colmey understands the difference and he's the one who made the decision not to use the gross negligence turn not to the instead it it it and and instead to say extremely careless he know whoever drafted it you know i i think is is pretty.

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Anderson Cooper 360

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"anderson" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

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02:03 min | 2 years ago

"anderson" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Rush and he was certainly grilled about that peppered with questions anderson from democratic lawmakers about why he suddenly remembering the trump campaign's contacts with russia and they didn't recall before during past hearings sessions admitted today that after media reports surface about that march 2016 meeting where campaign volunteer doors papa dopoulos suggested setting up a meeting between putin and trump only then did he recalled pushing back against papa dopoulos his suggestion at but he may pretty clear that's really the only detail that he recalled from that meeting he also said he doesn't remember anything about quarter pages visit to moscow where he met with russians even though page says he told sessions and passing that he was going to moscow and throughout the hearing sessions as you pointed out anderson repeatedly said he did not recall details about contacts with the russians explaining it seemed innocuous who is easy to forget those things in the midst of a chaotic campaign that sessions today testified he has never line or misled congress under a both regarding what he could recall at the time anderson assistance was also asked about how he forgot his meeting with russian diplomat sergei kislyak in his senate office what he said both right so on this he said he was focused on responding to that the congress that he was engaging and continuous meetings with russian government intermediaries a his capacity as a campaign surrogate he said that per wasn't true but he said that didn't mean that he never met a russian in the history of his life but a reminder here anderson that the washington post previously reported ambassador kislyak told his superiors in moscow that he met with sessions last april the mayflower hotel in july at the rnc 2016 both of those meetings and claimed that the two had substance him conversations about campaignrelated and related matters sessions as you know initially failed to disclose his contacts with kislyak and then said that the meetings were not about the trump campaign anderson cameroon there's remote which oppose a number of observers was how often the attorney general was able to decline.

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"anderson" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"anderson" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Rush and he was certainly grilled about that peppered with questions anderson from democratic lawmakers about why he suddenly remembering the trump campaign's contacts with russia and they didn't recall before during past hearings sessions admitted today that after media reports surface about that march 2016 meeting where campaign volunteer doors papa dopoulos suggested setting up a meeting between putin and trump only then did he recalled pushing back against papa dopoulos his suggestion at but he may pretty clear that's really the only detail that he recalled from that meeting he also said he doesn't remember anything about quarter pages visit to moscow where he met with russians even though page says he told sessions and passing that he was going to moscow and throughout the hearing sessions as you pointed out anderson repeatedly said he did not recall details about contacts with the russians explaining it seemed innocuous who is easy to forget those things in the midst of a chaotic campaign that sessions today testified he has never line or misled congress under a both regarding what he could recall at the time anderson assistance was also asked about how he forgot his meeting with russian diplomat sergei kislyak in his senate office what he said both right so on this he said he was focused on responding to that the congress that he was engaging and continuous meetings with russian government intermediaries a his capacity as a campaign surrogate he said that per wasn't true but he said that didn't mean that he never met a russian in the history of his life but a reminder here anderson that the washington post previously reported ambassador kislyak told his superiors in moscow that he met with sessions last april the mayflower hotel in july at the rnc 2016 both of those meetings and claimed that the two had substance him conversations about campaignrelated and related matters sessions as you know initially failed to disclose his contacts with kislyak and then said that the meetings were not about the trump campaign anderson cameroon there's remote which oppose a number of observers was how often the attorney general was able to decline.

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"anderson" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"anderson" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"I'll go the option c anderson i i do think that is a combination thereof clearly was a democratic wind would van is talking about there they're just was a surge of democratic voters who showed up at the polls and and it's very clear why they showed up at the polls in response to president trump i mean this is this is what it looks like when the socalled resistance goes to the ballot box and there was a little bit of depression in the republican percentage of the electorate while democrats were enhance that creates an electorate a shape of electorate that's going to work for democrats but did think as the white house might suggest that this has absolutely nothing to do with donald trump is to ignore what happened across the entire country last night this clearly was a response to the oneyear mark of donald trump so i mean ed their exit poll from virginia indicated that the president was a drag on the republican ticket doesn't does the white house privately leased need to acknowledge that or do you think that's just not the case no well i think two things number one is i think every single expert not me but david and others who know political science will tell you that when you're in office when you have power you do experience a sort of dragon general that's kind of that happened to obama it happened to bill clinton happen to george w so i think some of that sort of natural i think the difference here and i just would quibble especially with we lost virginia virginia is no longer we tried with with trump to get the base out and get the conservatives out coach and alley you know four years ago lost by two and a half three points now be loses by more we lost virginia in terms of statewide races but i i think that the the factor that i would say anderson that we haven't seen and we will see in eighteen is whether the trump base turns out in missouri trump won by 19 the polling showed he was going to win by four he won by 19 nobody's one missouri by 19 before wasn't even close that's where.

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"anderson" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"anderson" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Anderson that uh that gets me is here's a president who so uh will fully and so uh uh enthusiastically exploits passions around the flag passions around the national anthem one but but a dozen apparently appreciate what those symbols stand for the one of the most important things that separates us from autocracies is the fact that presence of the united states can't order the justice system to go after he set out they ought to go after hillary clinton to go after his political opponents there's been uh for time immemorial a separation between presidents and their justice departments and the fbi when i was in the white house uh we couldn't i couldn't contact the justice department i couldn't contact the fbi nor nor did i tried but if i had an issue it was playing you go to the white house counsel he would be the repository of your request he would follow up on things president was very cautious when i was in the white house about commenting on matters that were under investigation so this is a complete departure from tradition and it's a dangerous one and as this thing intensifies god knows where it's going to lead in the vaccuum presented thanks to night next hillary clinton's campaign manager speaking out for the first time about the former democratic party chairs claim that the party the primary was rigged and later explosive allegations by the reverend martin luther king junior kept secret for nearly half a century and the jfk's assassination files.

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