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"antony lincoln" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 10 months ago

"antony lincoln" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"13 Aztec futures are lower by 42 The U.S. ten year yield at 1.75% gold is up ten oil is little changed and Bitcoin is also trading little changed European markets are in the green with 1% gains across the board and back in the U.S. on the economic front at 9 45 manufacturing PMI and a 10 o'clock ASA manufacturing and prices paid Regarding earnings this morning UPS beat estimates is boosting the dividend by 49% and in deal news AT&T to spin off WarnerMedia and reduce its dividend Wrapping things up workday was raised at BMO on faster growth and valuation and Harley-Davidson was raised equal weight over at Morgan Stanley Live From the first year breaking news desk Bill maloney Karen Bill thank you to your line breaking news of your Bloomberg type squawk on your terminal SU U a WK and that's a Bloomberg business flash Now here's Michael Barr with more on what's going on around the world Buckle Thank you very much Karen Russia said it has yet to respond to written proposals delivered last week by the U.S. and NATO as Western countries continue their diplomatic press to deter Moscow from attacking Ukraine President Vladimir Putin meets today with Hungarian leader Viktor Orban The U.S. Secretary of State Antony Lincoln will speak by phone with Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov The chief medical examiner who ruled George Floyd's death a homicide will return to the stand today at the trial of three former Minneapolis police officers charged with violating Floyd's civil rights In the NBA the next Celtics and warriors won in the NHL the Devils lost Global news 24 hours.

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"antony lincoln" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:53 min | 11 months ago

"antony lincoln" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of a missile test becomes a lead story but I guess not during the standoff with Russia So we wanted to discuss this with you How dangerous is this situation right now Well I don't think there's any immediate danger I don't think we missed a test Our prelude to a direct confrontation or an escalation You'd like to say that it's the most we've had But it's also important to realize that essentially North Korea has been on hibernation two years now A lockdown imposed a lockdown on itself harder than any sanctions we could have opposed the COVID pandemic And so the pandemic still in Asia still in China and South Korea my guess is that we will see some testing But this is more preliminary I don't think the North Koreans can do anything till after the Chinese Olympics and when the COVID situational stabilize The tests included the launch of two long range cruise missiles that flew for more than 1100 miles before hitting an island off The eastern coast according to Korea central news agency Bloomberg is reporting that that would represent if confirmed at least North Korea's longest flight by a cruise missile a weapon designed to evade detection What does it mean for Japan Well Japan says U.S. forces in Japan South Korea your civilians there as well Have been under the threat of the possibility anyway of a North Korean missile strike for some time North Korea has intermediate range missiles to the short range missiles What it had promised not to develop over the east west couple of years was long range and this was at least not have long range tests First of all one range weapon that could reach the United States But this is what they're going to do They're going to be testing shorten intermediate range missiles I don't expect that to change since the only thing they've agreed to hold back on is the long ranges The two launches this week increased to 6 as I read the number of major missile tests conducted by North Korea in January Does this just come down to sanctions or disappointment with the U.S. over sanctions Well I mean I think it's probably a couple of things in play One is missile test can be signaling to show displeasure You can also be something where you just play an old working on your missile program Regardless of what signals are being sent to nuts to that end then how far has North Korea come as we look at this series of launches just this month since the beginning of the Biden administration So I think the thing about Kim Jong-un is just been a missile is just worked away at like none of his predecessors which is another or his grandfather He's doing every kind of Missouri can on every platform that's available That's been clear and it's continued It started under Trump and it's continued ever since So I expect one of the same This is why of course the former president used to call the rocket man Not necessarily great to resolve in the problem But yes I'm certainly earned that moniker Well what's the relationship between the U.S. and North Korea after Donald Trump's fateful meeting with him on the border Well that and then poorly he had that long train ride back from Hanoi to North Korea and then basically shut the door on communicating with the U.S. throughout the rest of the Trump administration That tour remains remains closed Now the U.S. says it's open to negotiating time anywhere The North Korean said you have to drop out of style policy And that's where we're at sort of a single Is the U.S. focused on North Korea to the extent that it should be Are we being distracted by the Russia Ukraine standoff The president and the administration is focused first on Russia that's the more burning urgent issue and it is probably the 2000 North Korean playbook That when you're a serious preoccupied with something important to go ahead and launch a missile So there's two things may not be unrelated Well I'm sure that he's watching all of this Will he be emboldened by what he's seeing from Vladimir Putin No I don't think so again I think he has bigger constraints He doesn't want to show any and he's got you just want another way of sanctions on the COVID situation remains somewhat unclear So I think we'll get the occasional provocation but I think what's COVID stabilizers that's when we'll start to give a steady progression of application I'm trying with Jim wall senior research associate at MIT's security studies program How long will this stand off continue as long as Kim Jong-un is there is the strategy to simply freeze them out when it comes to the U.S. Well that was the old strategic patience policy under Obama I think honestly my guess is it's a guess I don't work in the administration The president is focused on trying to get through the midterms and avoid any foreign policy problem So that he can focus on the domestic concerns inflation the economy COVID So I think it's unlikely he's going to develop enormous resources to this But as tensions grow as the provocations grow that's inevitably what will happen But for right now I think there are certainly people working on it but I don't think it's probably the first priority We're reporting that Secretary of State Antony Lincoln was planning to meet his Japanese in South Korea counterparts Next month in Hawaii to talk about all of this will that advance the conversation It's really important from North Korea whatever works for you It's really important that the U.S. holds its allies together in East Asia And in particular South Korea and Japan which we have a treaty alliance That's something that's a cut above But the thing is the South Koreans and the Japanese don't like each other And that's a relationship that's never been good but the deteriorated under the previous administration for lack of care Whatever talks Lincoln has even if it doesn't salt the North Korean problem The fact that the U.S. is there with its partners is an active reassurance And secondly hopefully we can get the South Koreans in the better trap because divided it's much more difficult to act Thanks to Jim Walsh senior research associates at MIT's security studies program tax season coming.

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"antony lincoln" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:17 min | 11 months ago

"antony lincoln" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Now the latest news from New York City and around the world here's Michael Barr Tom Lisa John Pfizer and it's partner BioNTech say it is starting a study of a COVID-19 vaccine that targets the omicron variant exploring its use in previously vaccinated younger and middle aged adults as well as those who haven't received another coronavirus shot The drug maker enrolled the first participants in a more than 1400 person clinical trial It will evaluate the shot's ability to prompt an immune response With several Republican governors repealing mask mandates for schoolchildren tension and division is growing between parents on both sides of the aisle White House spokesperson Jen Psaki was asked whether president Joe Biden thought parents or school board should decide where the kids wear masks to school The president believes that public health officials have the best guidance on what we can all do to protect ourselves including teachers administrators and students White House spokesperson Jen Psaki As tensions mount over Russia's military build up along Ukraine's border The Pentagon is placing 8500 U.S. troops on heightened alert for possible rapid deployment to back NATO allies in Eastern Europe and the Baltics Secretary of State Antony Lincoln said the threat of a Russian invasion of Ukraine could have global consequences Blinken said the Biden administration has been urged to place economic sanctions against Russia now before it can invade but blinken said imposing the sanctions wouldn't limit diplomacy with Russia The main purpose of the sanctions is to have a deterrent effect To help among other things dissuade president Putin from taking aggressive action If we trigger them we lose the deterrent effect Secretary of State Lincoln says a Russian invasion could send the world backwards to a new Cold War meanwhile Russia denies it plans to invade Ukraine South Korea military officials say North Korea just fired two suspected cruise missiles today Live in the Bloomberg interactive broker studios This is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts to more than a 120 countries I'm Michael Bond This is Bloomberg With.

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"antony lincoln" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:03 min | 11 months ago

"antony lincoln" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Grammy winning Dallas born singer became famous in the 1970s were playing eddy in the Rocky Horror picture show and went on to have one of the biggest selling albums ever in 1977 with bat out of hell He also continued acting and hit movies like Wayne's world and Fight Club meatloaf died last night with his family by his side no cause of death has been released I Mark Mayfield The Secretary of State is meeting with his Russian counterpart today as the country appears close to invading Ukraine Antony Lincoln warned plans are in place to increase troops at the border he's waiting for his sit down to present a diplomatic proposal More people than ever are missing work because of COVID the Census Bureau says nearly 9 million people were out between December 29th and January 10th amid the raging Akron variant I'm Michael castner When the market day begins with chemistry Tell Kate you're a form this morning You can come on a reaction Why do you say the doubt doesn't matter It's 7 eastern on Bloomberg radio Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day As Bloomberg dot com the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick take this is a Bloomberg business flash And I'm Karen Moscow in future this morning our falling We go to the first word breaking news desk for today's morning call and here's Bill maloney Bill good morning And good morning Karen That's right U.S. futures are in the red helped by a pre market plunge in Netflix Dow futures currently down 61 points Sessions dropped 20 well the NASDAQ futures are off by one 25 The U.S. ten year yield at 1.79% gold is down 6 oil is also down and Bitcoin is plunging by 6% Shanghai fell by .9% overnight while European markets are also in the red led by 1.6% losses in Germany Back in the U.S. on the economic front at 10 o'clock the leading index After the bell last night Netflix gave a weak subscriber.

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"antony lincoln" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

05:51 min | 11 months ago

"antony lincoln" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Dot com slash NPR If you happen to be stocking up on face masks well caveat emptor yo It's not really clear about what are really high performing masks which masks don't meet the standard and which ones are just straight up fakes All the face mask market frauds and fakes Next time on marketplace This evening at 6 30 on 90.1 From NPR in WBUR I'm Tanya Mosley in Los Angeles And I'm Scott Tong in Washington D.C. It's here and now Secretary of State Antony Blinken is in Berlin today addressing Russian threats against Ukraine Last night in a press conference President Biden appeared to anticipate an invasion My guess is he will move in He has to do something And he suggested the U.S. and NATO might tolerate a minor incursion into Ukraine It depends on what it does It's one thing if it's a minor incursion and then we end up having to fight about what to do and not do et cetera But if they actually do what they're capable of doing with the force of mass on the border it is going to be a disaster for Russia Now Biden tried to walk back that statement today saying any troops crossing the border would constitute an invasion But when talks are this delicate every word counts Let's talk now to Melinda herring She is deputy director of the Atlantic council's Eurasia center Melinda welcome Hey Scott thanks for having me Yes thanks for joining us Now President Biden said he thinks Putin will move in Perhaps inadvertently using his outside voice you've been saying this for months Do you still expect an invasion Yes Yesterday was a disaster I don't know why Joe Biden decided to take off his presidential hat and put on his think tank hat but look he acknowledged that it was Putin's decision He seated the initiative to him He differentiated between an incursion and an all out invasion and said that the response would be different And he said that there's differences among allies He ultimately said that Putin will go in because he doesn't see an off ramp It's really shocking that he said this you got it right The White House tried to walk it back and they've said a lot of good things But now really is the moment for Biden to step up on the deterrence piece The White House hasn't done that They need to be sending more material to Ukraine and they also NATO needs to be stepping up its posture in Eastern Europe But yes it looks more likely war looks more likely as a result of the failure of last week's talks as well Yeah and just for the rest of us can you step back and help us understand why you think it's in Putin's interest for his legacy for his messaging for his worldview to indeed have Russian troops invade Ukraine Sure So there's at least 5 reasons why I think it's go time for Putin One is that he's an aging autocrat and he's thinking about his legacy Scott So if you want to be a great Russian leader you take big swaths of land And when Vladimir Putin talks about who he admires he admires Ivan the great installing That's consistent in his statements The second reason is he can He looks at the world and he sees weakness everywhere There's no real leader in Europe Merkel's gone The U.S. looks really weak and obsessed with climate with China with COVID and after Afghanistan and Joe Biden's polling numbers are declining He sees weakness all over the map He also had a really good year last year energy prices are up He got the meetings with the United States So really there's never been a better time for him to go in Fiona hill my colleague at brookings has said that and she's absolutely right Number three I would say is he can afford it They have a huge amount of international reserves right now It's about 38% of its GDP They can afford a large scale military incursion if they want to And then .4 and 5 So Putin spent a lot of time last year and it is cronies did talking about Ukraine They wrote this long 5000 word essay and they said Ukraine is not a real country It's leaders are not legitimate Russia's historic lands sit on Ukraine And those statements there's many of them But they now look like a justification for war like Putin is trying to convince the Russian people that this is the way to go And then the 5th reason Putin is sick and tired of Vladimir zelensky Volodymyr zelensky is the president of Ukraine He was elected two years ago and he'd never held office before and Putin was super excited He said God I'm gonna be able to fool this guy and he wasn't able to get a deal with zelensky And zelensky has embraced NATO membership with the zeal of a convert He won't stop talking about it and Putin also sees support for Ukraine growing I'm sorry Putin sees support for NATO growing In Ukraine it's at 58% So all these reasons lead me to believe that Putin is serious about going in Getting behind a very very quickly Antony Lincoln speaking in Berlin tonight you've mentioned the importance from the U.S. perspective of sanctions or stepping those up what in your view is or should be on the list that the U.S. and NATO should consider So The White House has said that we're going to do three things if Putin goes in again We're going to throw the meanest nastiest package of sanctions you've ever seen Vladimir Putin we're going to put more and more defensive material in Ukraine and we're going to increase the force posture of NATO troops in Eastern Europe We need to be doing that now We need to be putting more troops in Eastern Europe now That's how you get Vladimir.

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"antony lincoln" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:08 min | 11 months ago

"antony lincoln" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Tom Paul thank you very much Secretary of State Antony Lincoln will meet with his Russian counterpart in Switzerland this week as tensions between the U.S. and Russia escalate over a possible Russian invasion of Ukraine Blinken arrived in Kyiv today for meeting with president volodymyr zelensky There is no obstacle that Ukrainians together with the support of so many friends around the world including the United States no obstacle that you can not overcome Secretary of State blinken urged Russia to choose the peaceful path with respect to Ukraine but during an interview with the BBC Ukrainian defense minister Alexei reznikoff said he believes Ukraine and Russia have been at war since Russia annexed Crimea in 2014 What were started in 2014 then occupied our Pennsylvania Crimea and civil and after part of Ugandan disk So the war is going on 8 years in Ukraine Ukrainian defense minister reznikoff said he hopes Russia decides not to invade Ukraine Former New York governor Andrew Cuomo still has a $16.4 million campaign war chest 5 months after he resigned from office amid sexual harassment allegations According to new filings from the state's campaign finance board Cuomo raised more than $224,000 British prime minister Boris Johnson has defied calls to resign in a feisty performance in parliament but it may be too little to prevent his Conservative Party's lawmakers trying to oust him over a string of COVID lockdown flouting government parties Pressure on the prime minister grew as a conservative lawmaker defected to the opposition Labor Party and a former member of Johnson's cabinet told him quote in the name of God go live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios this is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take power by more than 2700 journalists and analysts more than a 120 countries I'm Michael Barr This is Bloomberg temple Bloomberg business is sports Does Saturday game sell in the NFL Oh yes Yes in fact they need to play more Saturday games in the regular season That's college football They're not gonna step on college football Well I would think Just like college football in the NFL won't step on Friday night high school football I mean there's a little bit of a but if you had one Saturday night game Saturday night game You may have a Saturday night game because everybody can huddle around the set and watch that one But and you're right they're not gonna step all over college but yeah especially in the playoffs oh my goodness Yeah they've been fun Yeah The games haven't been great I mean there's been a lot of lopsided games companies Teams not even covering the spread or anything like that But it's far enough cylinders What is the contract for all this TV stuff I think it's a good thing It's a chili in them It's a good and they keep going higher Tom Every time you say they can't go any higher the rights physical higher You know what shot it up is that you got a lot of online gambling now In fact New York just did it only a week ago I said hey come on in And they're just seeing record numbers all over Can I come over to your house on the weekend Because the only job doesn't know We watch when we gather around the setup my House is pitch perfect for the 14th time Pitch perfect one And what is that last girl singing Yeah Excited by it Right Rewards your safe driving at all Well you know really I thought this was a crypto exercise This is in crypto We're talking pitch perfect We're talking pitch perfume we're talking NFL Michael barth thank you so much and we will chat with you soon here A little bit of green on the screen but boy that was an ugly ugly trading day yesterday a little bit of a bounce back to standard deviation And that got people's attention.

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"antony lincoln" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"antony lincoln" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Drug Administration has authorized a booster booster dose of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine The agency was expected to approve third shots of Moderna and Pfizer's mRNA vaccines this morning FDA says the booster dose of Moderna should be given at least 6 months after the first two shots A number of states have already started offering third doses before the official go ahead A surge in coronavirus now has Austria imposing a nationwide lockdown after restrictions on the unvaccinated failed to stem the tide the new restriction goes into effect Monday Andy pecos is with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg school of public health It's the unvaccinated portion of the population that's driving the surge across most of Europe And Andy Paco said Johns Hopkins says when it comes to the pandemic what happens in Europe can predict what will happen in the U.S. The house is back in session this morning but lawmakers probably didn't get much sleep last night Democrats had hoped to have today off after passing President Biden's $1.6 trillion tax and spending bill But Republican leader Kevin McCarthy held up that plan he held the house for with a record setting 8 plus hour speech This evening showed that no matter the time the day or the circumstances House Republicans will always fight for you fight for your family and fight for our country But that madam speaker I yield back Minority leader Kevin McCarthy yielded back just after 5 this morning Wall Street time Now Democrats hope to begin voting on the build back better Bill At this hour President Biden is getting his physical this morning White House price secretary Jen Psaki treated that he will get the routine examined Walter Reed hospital outside Washington the president turned 79 tomorrow He is the oldest person ever elected to The White House Secretary of State Antony Lincoln says the U.S. will treat African nations as equals rather than subjects of geopolitics that says he wraps up his first official trip to the continent Live from the Bloomberg interactive broker.

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"antony lincoln" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"antony lincoln" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"The headlines and business stories moving your world. Today we begin. With aws j. exclusive federal prosecutors plan criminally charged a former boeing pilot. They suspect of misleading aviation regulators. About safety issues blamed for two fatal crashes of the seven three seven. Max this is according to people familiar with the matter who add that mark faulkner is likely to face prosecution in the coming weeks. He was boeing. Seven three seven max. Chief technical pilot during the aircraft's development and attorney for foreigner didn't respond to our requests for comment a justice department spokesman and boeing declined to comment. We have much more on this. On wsj.com france said it had been betrayed by the us after being pushed out of a multibillion dollar deal to supply submarines to australia as we talked about this week. President biden announced a new security pact with australia and the uk that would include a long term agreement to build nuclear powered submarines for australia. Australia confirmed on thursday. It was withdrawing from the french contract secretary estate. Antony lincoln said there was no regional. Divide separating the interest of america's land and pacific partners and today will be following a meeting about kobe. Nineteen vaccine boosters and outside food and drug administration advisory panel is set to me to weigh evidence on the extra shots a topic that has divided federal health officials. We'll keep you posted on the journal app. We've talked a lot lately about commodities such as oil gold and silver but now uranium is getting the attention of investors and in case. You're wondering uranium is used in nuclear power plants. So why is this happening. let's turn to. My colleague will horner who covers commodities from his base in london. We'll good morning mony. marc will. What's happening here will uranium. The commodity is really kinda riding very sharply and has really captured the attention investors. You're in prices. Have shot up to about forty dollars pound from thirty dollars a pound the of the year. And that's because supply of uranium has been reduced over the last ten years but recently there's being growing interested in the role of uranium nuclear power. In efforts to mitigate climate change and so some expecting demand for uranium will rise some traders as we've been reporting are are comparing this to the rise of game stop and amc. What's echoing here. Will you have both big institutional investors like hedge funds and individual retail traders betting on uranium. So read it's wall street bets page for example which we know so well for game. Stop name see. There's been a lot of bullish chatter there among those retail traders about uranium and there's even a specific page on red. It's called uranium squeeze which is dedicated to reason investors who are keen on the medal and want to invest in it and bet on it obviously a lot of online discussion will. What's the long term view on. This will not. Everybody is as convinced about the rally. There's kind of mixed opinions about the role of nuclear power in sort of global efforts to to sort of challenge climate change and the very steep price rise for uranium and uranium mining stocks. Is some investors just concerned that good suddenly reverse and changed course well horner. This morning from london will thank you. Thank you mark just ahead. Germany prepares for its national election..

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"antony lincoln" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"antony lincoln" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"That they cannot provide properly enough in person learning because there are outbreaks. Can provide online or other methods of delivery of assignments and work. The kids can so they can keep up with their class. But we are attempting heartily to keep our schools open. The governor, also indicating that it appears that covid cases are flattening in the state. Meantime, Chicago updating its travel advisory taking Connecticut and the District of Columbia off the list. Chicago's public health commissioner, Dr Allison are what he says Hospitalizations are down 30% from last week. Among the many reasons to get vaccinated against Covid 19 new research finds it vaccinated People are less likely to be covid long haulers. Here's a B C's Mark Remillard. It's one of the most mysterious aspects of covid 19 people who get the disease and reports symptoms for weeks or more. Some reporting side effects for months. These so called long haulers were the focus of new research detailed by Dr Francis Collins, the director of the National Institutes of Health, in a blog post in which he said researchers in the UK found that fully vaccinated people who developed a breakthrough infection were about half as likely to become a long haul case. Mark Remillard ABC News Four Former Minneapolis police officers charged with violating George Floyd civil rights pleaded not guilty today to the federal charges against them. Derek Shelvin and three other former officers appeared remotely to plead not guilty after they were charged with depriving George Floyd of his rights. Shelvin appeared from state prison where he's serving time for murdering Floyd. At least two of his fellow former officers want their federal trials separated from Sheldon's, arguing they'd otherwise be unfairly prejudiced. Call four X officers are charged with denying Floyd Medical care during his arrest. The Justice Department, meantime, banned federal agents from using chokeholds during most arrests. Aaron Carter Ski ABC News Democrats in the Senate, still moving ahead with their plans to try to pass a $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill full of progressive priorities. But the fights within the party on the price and contents of the bill could prove to be a roadblock Senator Joan Manson digging in on why he can't support his party's push to pass the $3.5 trillion budget spending package. Relations are concerned, and that's a concern and everybody should be concerned about that. No one's talking about it. Senate majority leader took Schumer blasted colleagues who he says have unwarranted and incorrect points about how spending on programs in the reconciliation package will impact inflation, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Consumer prices are up 5.3% compared to a year ago, though it's not clear whether the trend will continue or whether the budget package will have an impact. Faith a boob. ABC NEWS Washington Secretary of State Antony Blinken Back in the hot seat on Capitol Hill, Senator Ron Johnson accused Secretary of State Antony Lincoln in the Biden administration of bungling the withdrawal from Afghanistan. Saying Blinken is testimony to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, however, is trying to pin the exit as a smashing success. This is a complete debacle and I think what Concerns me the most among many things. Is that detachment from reality. Justin also compared the chaotic withdrawal to the crisis of the Southern U. S border, saying it was a self inflicted wound created by President Biden's policies. Wls news. Time is one. Oh, four..

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"antony lincoln" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"antony lincoln" Discussed on Here & Now

"From npr and wbz are. I'm scott tong. And i'm tanya moseley. This is here and now secretary of state. Antony lincoln testifies before the senate today after a testy five hour hearing before house committee yesterday. Republicans and democrats grilled him on the us us withdrawal from afghanistan and republicans were unrelenting many called for him to resign while democrats pointed to a troubled twenty year engagement in afghanistan which president george w bush started. Let's bring in representative jerry. Conley of virginia democrat on the house. Foreign affairs committee for more and congressman connolly. Thank you for joining us my pleasure. Thank you donnie representative. Let's cut through the partisan fighting that we saw yesterday and talk about the substance of what secretary blinken said he defended the administration's handling of the crisis in afghanistan talked about airlifting thousands out of the country and also turned some heads in the foreign affairs world by saying he'd reevaluate the us's relationship with pakistan especially the role pakistan has played in afghanistan over the last twenty years. This could have big ramifications your assessment. The relationship with pakistan has been problematic for a long time Their nuclear development program certainly caused the united states. Great concern but also the relationship. Pakistan has had not only with the taliban but with the connie network. Which now is included in the new taliban cabinet and that is very troubling that pakistan would have a relationship with known terrorists networks that were targeting americans during the afghan war. Do you feel you got to hear a satisfying explanation for what the administration was thinking about. Is the crisis in afghanistan unfolded. Frankly i think that's too much emphasis on the events that started to unfold in the months. Preceding august fourteenth. This didn't happen on president. Biden's watch the trump administration did true things. One was to agree to face to face negotiations with the taliban the second was to actually agree not to include the afghan government in those negotiations and then setting a may one deadline for the full withdrawal of us troops from afghanistan. Those three things undermined the afghan government and undermined the ability of the afghan military to muster any kind of a row resisting the taliban but even if if the in administration's hands were tied so to speak because of past administration. And what do you say to critics who believe we could have handled the exit better. I mean even some democrats have said. The administration shouldn't have left airbases so quickly. I think there's lots of room for Monday morning quarterbacking on what could have should have gone better. I think the administration was saddled with decisions already made by the previous administration. I think it also frankly made the mistake of buying the conventional wisdom which was that the afghan military would be able to continue to resist. And i think that kind of conventional wisdom coming both from our military and our intelligence communities obviously contributed to the chaos yesterday. You you also criticised your fellow congressman. Joe wilson republican of south carolina who spent four of his five minutes laying into the secretary. He didn't ask any questions. Here's how he concluded your bizarre abandoning volume air feel led directly to thirteen marine. Marine's murdered in kabul. You should resign representative conley. You push back at representative will send you cited his famous breach of decorum when he shouted you lie at president obama during joint address to congress. Have you heard from representative wilson since that exchange thought. Look i like joe wilson. But i felt what he said. Yesterday was outrageous to lay the death of brave american marines who are trying to help in the evacuation Who died at the hands of a suicide bomber which was a risk. We knew under those circumstances. I thought was really a liable that Had to be responded to at the root of of this hearing is this call by republicans to have secretary blinken to resign. The gop is going to keep pressing the biden administration on afghanistan. They're trying to campaign on it. Are you worried about that. What are you and other democrats trying to do to counter this message. I said yesterday. I believe the republicans are guilty of very selective fact checking mixed with a salad dressing of enormous amnesia. Afghan is a twenty year war the longest war in american history. Lots of mistakes are made. There's a lot to be learned from these last twenty years. And i hope we'll spend more time trying to understand those lessons. Rather than engaging in petty partisan blame laying that conveniently overlooks the very consequential decisions made by predecessor administrations. Especially the trump administration representative jerry. Conley democrat of virginia. Thank you so much for talking with us. My pleasure tanya. Thank you for doing this. President biden is taking political heat for his co. vaccine plan it requires big companies to have workers vaccinated or tested regularly congressman. Jim banks republican of indiana tweeted that vaccine mandates are un-american other descriptors from critics include authoritarian tyranny. Government power grab. Let's take a long view now with julian zealous or he's professor of history and public affairs at princeton hygiene julian. Thanks for having me nice to be with you. I gather presidential vaccine mandates. Go back a long long way too. When george washington well george washington has been discussed in terms of the period with the continental army forces where he promotes the inoculation of the troops against smallpox. He thinks smallpox is the most dangerous enemy. The troops face in the american revolution he receives a lot of fallout for doing it. But in the end Most people today think that was a good decision so we can go all the way back to washington to see This kind of policy was developed back then anything comparable to what we're seeing now. Well there were attacks saying everything from Washington was trying to play the role of god to rumors then circulated that its slave had actually put this idea out there But actually most people took it the inoculation and there wasn't the kind of resistance that we're seeing now to actually doing okay now. Today's critics of the code vaccine employer mandate some are calling it unconstitutional. Has the supreme court waited on this. They have the supreme court weighed in in nineteen o five with regard to the states and localities and the decision revolved around cambridge massachusetts. Where vaccination for smallpox was challenged in the courts that in the end that the states and localities have the right to require vaccines because the health and safety of the general public can outweigh the rights of an individual to resist the vaccine..

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"antony lincoln" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"antony lincoln" Discussed on NPR News Now

"I'm korva coleman the remnants of hurricane ida streaming from northern alabama up into kentucky and west virginia the stores blamed for two deaths in louisiana. After it made landfall sunday the hurricane also left behind a staggering amount of damage especially on the coast the executive director of louisiana's port. Fu shaw is chat assan. He says local officials first goal is to clear the roads and get emergency trucks in to repair damage. There is no electricity. They will not be electricity for a long time and in our area in our community. We have no running water. So that's that's really key at. This point is you know all the folks at our and our Local water district are trying to get our water system back up and running. He spoke to. Npr's morning edition. Two people died in mississippi on monday. Night after a road collapsed. Seven vehicles plunged into a twenty foot. Deep hole officials say the highway likely collapsed under torrential rain from the hurricane in afghanistan at one minute to midnight local time the final. Us military aircraft departed the country. It marks the end of the longest war in us. History npr's jackie northern reports up to two hundred american citizens and thousands of afghans trying to flee. The taliban were left behind secretary of state. Antony lincoln says the us will continue to try to get americans and afghans out of the country but the airport is now closed and travelling overland as dangerous many afghans fear retribution by the taliban the taliban have given assurances they'll allow people to leave if they have the proper paperwork but skepticism remains high. The us closed the embassy in kabul but is setting up operations in doha including consular services to help those stranded in afghanistan. Jackie northam npr news. Islamabad president biden is scheduled to speak to the nation later today about the us withdrawal from afghanistan the billionaire founder of a blood testing startup company. That collapsed three years. Ago is going on trial today. In california federal prosecutors allege elizabeth homes defrauded investors and patients as the head of the company theranos. npr's bobby allen reports. If convicted homes could face twenty years in prison. Elizabeth homes became. The world's youngest self made female billionaire by promising that their nose would revolutionize healthcare that never came to pass the company imploded after investigations exposed the companies false promises. Some six hundred billion dollars in investor. Money was lost and patients who say they were misled remain angry. Prosecutors have filed wire fraud charges against holmes alleging she knowingly scammed people out of money and duped patients homes legal team says she was physically and emotionally abused by her ex boyfriend former top executive theranos and that that clouded her judgment bobby allen. Npr news this is npr. News officials in eastern california have ordered thousands of people to evacuate the city of south lake. Tahoe. the enormous kaldor fire is sweeping close to the resort city. It's burned about three hundred square miles about the same area his new york city. The kaldor fire is only fifteen percent contained to the north. The dixie fire remains california's largest blaze. It's about half contained. Israel has announced new measures to help palestinians in the occupied west bank as npr's daniel estrin reports from jerusalem. The move follows a request from president biden. Israel says it won't hold peace talks but defense minister. Benny gone says. Israel will loan the palestinian authority more than one hundred fifty million dollars to help it through a financial crisis grant residency rights to thousands of undocumented palestinians for the first time in more than a decade and will grant palestinians more work and building permits. Guns agreed to those steps in a meeting with palestinian authority president mahmoud abbas the highest level meeting between the two sides since two thousand ten the biden administration says it wants israel to improve palestinians lives and economy and not quote contribute to a sense of unfairness daniel estrin. Npr news jerusalem us. Climate envoy john kerry is in japan. He is speaking with leaders there about how to include developing nations in a world effort to fight. Climate change carries next destination. Is beijing for more discussions with chinese leaders. These talks come ahead of the united nations world. Climate conference cop. Twenty six is set for scotland in november. I'm korva coleman. Npr news in washington..

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"antony lincoln" Discussed on CNN 5 Things

CNN 5 Things

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"antony lincoln" Discussed on CNN 5 Things

"Need to know for thursday august twenty six. We start with news out of afghanistan. Multiple explosions outside kabul airport pentagon spokesperson. John kirby tweeted that there are. Us and civilian casualties. A white house official says president. Joe biden is in the situation room with defense secretary. Lloyd austin secretary of state antony lincoln and chairman of the joint chiefs of staff mark milley in the wake of today's blast. The us embassy in kabul advised us citizens at multiple airport gates to quote. Leave immediately this comes with time running out until the us evacuation mission in the country ends a us defense official had previously told cnn intelligence gathered suggests in isis affiliate group known as isis k. Is capable of and planning to carry out multiple attacks. The white house says this morning. Thirteen thousand four hundred. People were evacuated from afghanistan over the last twenty four hours down from the about nineteen thousand evacuated yesterday. Taliban leaders have refused to guarantee that afghan women's rights won't be stripped back texas congresswoman veronica escobar spoke with afghan refugees housed at fort bliss as a member of the house armed services committee. Escobar tells. cnn this morning the us must make women and girls a top priority after the august thirty first withdrawal deadline we need to work closely with. The taliban is odd as that sounds and as unbelievable as that sounds the administration is going to need need to work closely with the taliban. Because we've got to do everything possible for the women and girls that are left behind on tuesday. The taliban told women and girls to stay home and avoid work for their safety this contradicts the group's claims that they would treat women better than they previously did when empower a taliban spokesperson said this guidance would be temporary and would allow the group time to ensure women are treated respectfully and not hurt as the taliban soldiers are not universally trained to do so. He added that women will be able to return to work when quote women related procedures are in place at of all age groups. Covert cases appear to be heading older. Teens ages sixteen and seventeen the hardest. That's according to cnn. Analysis of the latest cdc's count of weekly case numbers a highest case rate calms as many teams are heading back to school this month. Eighteen to twenty nine year old consistently had the highest weekly case rates of all age groups. But as of saturday sixteen seventeen year olds took that spot and the executive director of the american public health association says there's two reasons why one the delta variant is highly transmissible and teens are more likely to mingle with each other and to among eligible groups teams are also the least likely to be vaccinated. Five new fires sparked in california on wednesday alone causing new evacuation orders for hundreds of california residents. This comes as the state is still battling the massive called or fire that started over two weeks ago and has scorched almost one hundred twenty seven thousand acres according to cal fire one northern california residents spoke to c. n. n.'s. Dan simon about how he quickly evacuated. Why are you grab my dog my phone out of the wall and ran out the door on within ten minutes. The hardest thing is just been The depression of not knowing whether i was gonna lose everything as of wednesday morning the office of emergency services said over thirty seven thousand people in california are under evacuation orders. California's wildfire season has seen more than one point. Six million acres scorched so far this year and that number will only go up as fires continue to grow some of the major candidates vying to replace california governor gavin newsom met for a debate in sacramento last night. Here's c. n. n.'s. Taylor gow gano with more last night. The candidates took many shots at governor. Newsome for his record in the state. Candidates also did not hold back a conservative radio. Host larry elder who's been the leading. Gop candidate in recent polls was not in attendance last night. Vote by mail. Ballots have already started being sent out where voters will be asked two questions the first is yes or no on whether they want to recall newsom and the second is who they want to replace him and polls in recent weeks. Show that it's going to be a tight race for governor. That's all for now. We'll be back at five. Pm eastern time with the latest headlines whenever you want them and wherever you are.

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Rockets Over Jerusalem: Israeli-Palestinian Violence

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:45 min | 1 year ago

Rockets Over Jerusalem: Israeli-Palestinian Violence

"Yesterday. In the worst outbreak violence in years the palestinian militant group hamas fired more than two hundred rockets towards jerusalem before israel responded with airstrikes on gaza health officials. There say twenty four people including nine children were killed prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu said israel does not seek escalation but whoever chooses to escalate will feel the weight of arm. I moved on holy among the conflict. Follow the annual jerusalem. Day march by jewish nationalist which commemorates israel's catch of east jerusalem in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven stadiums see as a provocation. The atmosphere. this year was worse than normal. After a weekend of protests in which nearly three hundred palestinians and more than a dozen israeli police officers were injured. Thousands of worshippers gathered aksa mosque saturday. The holiest night of ramadan but police blocked busloads of muslims on their way to the mosque. Citing unrest in the neighbouring shake. Jared street over a court ruling on the possible eviction of palestinian families from their homes. Now tensions boiled over the un security council cheddar urgent meeting but failed to issue a statement while international leaders. Such as america's secretary of state. Antony lincoln appealed for calm focused on the situation in israel west bank gaza very deeply concerned about the rocket attacks that we're seeing now that need to stop stop immediately

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"antony lincoln" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"antony lincoln" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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Downtown from the city's iconic pirate's ship have drawn thousands of mask wearing people to the area to enjoy the explosive spectacle and grandma a biden and have a drinker. Chill tampa has been looking. You'll listening to the heartland news feed radio nip work at live dot heartland you see. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's. There's the seventh for everything. I'm eric garcetti fox news. Tom wins his seventh super bowl and his first tampa bay. As the buccaneers beat kansas city chiefs. Thirty one thousand nine sunday and super bowl fifty five first time a team has hosted and won a super bowl in their hometown and this is the city of tampa was having fun before hosting the super bowl. This past week super bowl fan experience spread out over four locations along the scenic river walk and crowds of buccaneers chiefs in every day football fans soaked it all up very very fun. 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You have to have ventilation systems. That have been rework. Our cdc commissioner was going to be coming out with science based judgment within. I think as early as wednesday as layout with the minimum requirements are many districts like philadelphia of had issues with teachers unions that want safety issues addressed prior to teachers returning to the classroom full-time and chicago mayor lori lightfoot announced they have reached a tentative agreement with the chicago teachers union. America is listening to fox news using anything other than indeed for your hiring. You are wasting your time. Hire great people fester with indeed only pay for results and get back time in your schedule. Indeed dot com helps you find quality candidates instantly with indeed instant match indeed searches through the millions of resumes and their database to help show you great candidates instantly get started right now with a free seventy five dollars. 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Communion fox's christina coleman and two slain. fbi agent was remembered for his intelligence keen wit and an investigation that took down one of the largest known child pornography websites memorial service was held for agent. Daniel elfin on sunday at the miami dolphins football stadium. The thirty six year old was gunned down along with forty. Three year old agent laura switch and berger while serving a search warrant tuesday at the home of a child pornography suspect plus. The nation is remembering an influential foreign policy. Figure who was a key player and president. Ronald reagan's administration former secretary of state. George shultz has died. He was credited with helping negotiate the end of the cold war in one thousand nine hundred seventy negotiated the first ever treaty with the soviet union to decrease the size of its ground-based nuclear arsenals. 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