35 Burst results for "April Tenth"
Rays Rout White Sox 9-0, Take 2 of 3 in Series; Archer Hurt
"On some medicine Francisco Mejia each drove in three and five Tampa Bay rays pitchers combined to throw seven eight shutout blanking the Chicago White Sox nine nothing meadows give Tampa Bay the lead with an RBI single in the first offered although Lopez on his bases clearing double in the sixth offers a Ruiz doubled the lead from three nothing to six nothing Chris archer came off the injured list to make his first start since April tenth but left after just two innings did hip tightness I thought it was just smart smart is to just you know take a little breather leave it to innings and you know with these upcoming off days I should help space things out to where I can be all right you know towards day six or seven Tampa Bay is now an American league best twenty nine games over five hundred on the season Steve Kearney St Petersburg
Mildred and Richard Loving's Love Created Lasting Change for Interracial Couples
"Military. Dolores jeeter was born on july twenty second nineteen thirty nine in central point virginia. Her family was of african american european and native american descent. Unlike most southern cities in the height of jim crow central point was integrated black and white people mixed freely with relatively little racial tension. It was there that a teenage mildred met and fell in love with a young white man named richard. Loving mildred and richard began quietly dating when military became pregnant at eighteen. The couple decided to get married. But in nineteen fifty eight interracial marriage was illegal in the state of virginia barred from marrying in their home state. Mildred and richard drove to washington. Dc to tie the not. The young couple had only been married a few short weeks when in the early hours of one july morning. Sheriff garnett brooks and two deputies stormed into the couple's bedroom and central point acting on an anonymous tip that the couple was living in violation of virginia law. The police demanded to know. Mildew its relationship to richard. Mildred said plainly. I'm his wife and gestured at their marriage certificate on the wall. This did little to persuade the police. Even though they had not married within state lines the virginia law still forbade black and white citizens for marrying outside of virginia and then returning to live in the state as a result both richard and a pregnant mildred spent nights in jail. They eventually pleaded guilty to violating virginia law. Mildred ann richards plea bargain spared them from a one year prison sentence but ordered them to leave the state and not returned together for twenty five years. The loving somewhat followed orders after settling their court fees. They moved to washington dc where they raised. Three children occasionally making independent trips into virginia to visit family at great risk of imprisonment. Mildred richard made clandestine trips into virginia together and secretly lived there for a short period of time but by nineteen sixty three. The couple had had enough mildred. Who was already unhappy with city. Life decided she was done for good after her son was hit by a car on the advice of her cousin. Mildred wrote to then attorney general robert kennedy to ask for his assistance kennedy wrote back and referred mildred and her husband the american civil liberties union or the aclu. The aclu took their case four years later on april tenth nineteen sixty seven following legal challenge after legal challenge. The case of loving. Virginia made its way to the supreme
Jobless Claims Drop 13,000 to 553,000 as Economy Heals
"Another drop in the number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits labor department figures show five hundred fifty three thousand people filed for unemployment aid last week that's a drop of thirteen thousand from the week before and the lowest level since the pandemic hit in March of last year a sign the economy is recovering from the corona virus recession but still the figure is well above the two hundred thirty thousand that was typical before the pandemic hit a little more than sixteen and a half million people were receiving some type of jobless aid for the week of April tenth my camp in Washington
"april tenth" Discussed on NAL Live
"Yet. Don't follow me please. They all ivy and they tried to throw me. I'm just like all right. I don't care you're not get people come in they man. I laughed bill times man. I was like this being. You know. 'cause i started doing things for the school. Got me to dress up as the grants that address cat in the hat. I hope they don't give you the money but I'm just bad The grinch and one of the social media influence her. He keyshawn drama book. He he saw it he was like a. I got the perfect video. Wanna come be video. So now i started being like one million followers. So he's like being videos. Do that stuff. We go viral win by a couple of times now he. He's trying every every like special holidays. Like you gotta you gotta do this. I gotta sup- foyer chatting hat. And he's like rope. Shoot it so. I know i got hired. You know 'cause. I was these characters in now people to do photo shoot so i've been trying to make an extra income Do the kids. I love it. Yeah now what you learn it be like a whole 'nother business that like making more money than it's crazy. What some of these people are making. I'm ready for. I'm ready for kovic To finally in and everything. So i can get back to it because i do. The entertain business is on. I have my own business. I've been hired a couple of defense in town. And every client in when i even had an orlando at hosted some And everything like that. So reason. I stopped now. I'm just like i don't know where. But he's being. I'm not gonna go anywhere and everything i'm like. You want me to hype hypoc party right now but yeah. Dt entertainment. That's the name of my business determined determined to be great entertainment business All this is done you know. Get back into it. Sure big man. And i talked to most of the guys on here just about like you know doing other your thinking about outside of football. You know it's good to hear that you have that business mind in creative mind so that you're gonna be you and be set up. You know pretty nice so well make sure i'll be looking out for those videos. Everybody out there in a l look for his videos. I'm telling you they're they're. I'm gonna do some football for sure and everything except the football players definitely and everything. I'll be on youtube. Not me i'm looking looking to. I'm ready for the season. i'm excited. I can't wait dinner at seem. So i'm a boy's on other squats and everything king wait to be back in the field. The inside the inside the walls may share. Now let's go to the season i practice. I'm probably just gonna run into the wall. Just remind myself but his life day has been do it again. I gotta learn how to is insult. But i'm excited. I'm looking forward of linking up with my teammates. Already you know. Talking a couple braniff winces shawn payne a couple of trained with a couple of them. So i'm looking forward. You know i've seen some of the dvd's like your better be ready for camp because it's going to be real so so close and that's that's the fun. Part is starting to sardis throw rows orlando's got a tryout coming up. I think in a couple of weeks. So april tenth orlando predators trial. So that'll be good man. Well keep keep in touch man. Good luck this season. Come out check it out in. Look at those videos but thanks again for joining me yet. I'm anne thank you. I appreciate it man..
December 27, 1997: Irish Paramilitary Leader Murdered
"On december twenty seventh nineteen ninety. Seven irish loyalist leader. Billy wright was shot to death by fellow inmates at a maximum security prison. The man who allegedly ordered dozens of murders during the troubles had finally met his own violent end rights killers. John ken away. Christopher mcwilliams and. John glennon didn't even try to escape once. They were sure that their target was dead day surrendered. The job was done. The three men headed back into custody but less than a year later one of them would go free on april tenth. Nineteen ninety eight republican and loyalist. Political leaders finally agreed to sign a long-awaited peace deal now called the good friday agreement. A month later in may both northern ireland and the republic of ireland voted the agreement into law. It was the first time. Ireland acted as a unified country in nearly a century. The thirty year period of civil unrest known as the troubles was done. Part of the good friday agreement promised early release deals for paramilitary prisoners with meant that john. Ken away was soon back on the streets. But billy wright's family weren't as quick to let the murderer go. The timing of rights death was so close to the good friday agreement to his family. It didn't seem like a coincidence. Maybe there was a reason. The assassins had such an easy time getting to him. Maybe the government let it happen. The theory wasn't completely unfounded. Right was already notorious for breaking a ceasefire agreement to kill innocent catholics in nineteen ninety six. It was a move that enraged his allies as much as his enemies perhaps the government worried that he might try something similar in the wake of the good friday agreements perhaps the simplest way to protect the peace deal from a loose cannon. Like right was to do away with him for good. That would explain how three men managed to smuggle guns into a maximum security prison and so in the mid two thousands the british and irish governments launched an inquiry into rights death. It took six years and cost tens of millions of dollars but in september of two thousand ten. The inquiry finally came back with a verdict. It claimed there were no signs of government collusion in the murder but the report admitted there were plenty of serious feelings at the prison that made rights killing possible rights. Father david wasn't convinced after he read the report. He said it looks like collusion. It sounds like collusion and in my mind. Amounts to firm and final proof of collusion of the investigation was closed. Anyway as of now the official stances that there's no proof that writes assassins had any help that day in nineteen ninety-seven conspiracy theorists will just have to wait. Perhaps years from now a deathbed confession will reveal the entire story.
The Amish Pandemic Sewing Frolic
"It was friday april tenth. Two thousand twenty. The pandemic was really starting to roar. Ppe was scarcely in the supply chains. Were already breaking down. Every hospital was scrambling to find enough masks gowns and face shields. It was already every state every institution for itself. It was everywhere in the papers. Page one page to page three on page nine of the new york times dateline creek ohio. A headline cut on ape. Make a sewing frolic in ohio. The amish take on the corona virus. The story struck a deep chord in a state with us throughout these long months. The way this isolated centuries old self. Reliant community was rising to the occasion and collaborating with the world. Outside was something we wanted to know more about your attempt to record story. A new collaboration was born in that way that the pandemic has triggered all manner of new collaborations artists. Laurie anderson ohio born designer stacey hoover and producer. Evan jacoby all joined with the kitchen sisters to bring these voices to wear today. The kitchen sisters present. The great amish sewing frolic sugar creek. Ohio inca i. John miller manufacturer here with deep connections to the close knit amish community of central of got a call from cleveland clinic. When i get a call from purchasing cleveland cleaning at midnight i know needs. The hospital system was struggling to find protective face masks for it's fifty five thousand employees plus visitors. I thought about the fact that every amish lady in a community knows how we could then utilize the talents of the ladies into to make protective gear. Could his team so twelve thousand dollars. In two days he appealed to abe choi. Kind a local lumber neil and goods business and leader in the amish community. I called deep. Troyer and said make a sewing frolic a day later. Mr troyer had signed up sixty amish home. Seamstresses and cleveland clinic sewing from was i made patriotic ones. I think mine are also the other ones are from my sister. Sarah may meet those jeff. I am rudy Homemade candies. I'm curious sister. I am esther troyer. We had the candy store in the basement of our house. Frolic usually is using up as barn. Succumb people come from all around spectators as well as i have. Four course meal nash. Potatoes some kind of me sal desert. Some kind of dessert should be retire. But that doesn't pay the bills. So i can do this. The frolic of masks sewing is just. It's a group getting together doing a project as good. 'cause i went to egypt troyer to bring supplies. He's got three or four women in his own that console and they were cutting. The little wire knows please. That goes in the mass to conform to your nose on the kitchen table. Literally within three days the sewing machines were set up we had. I'm running in times like this. When can't have you no more than ten people in a room together you know. There's there's around. Ten thousand sewing machines in amish homes abe went and recruited sixty or one hundred sewers literally overnight and we may twelve thousand masks for cleveland clinic and forty eight hours that then turned into an order for one hundred forty thousand which scaled again. Currently we are making seven hundred and thirty eight thousand masks for the state of ohio.
Arizona seeing highest number of new coronavirus cases per capita
"Joining now from where things stand is to reject director for the Arizona Public Health. Association will humble. He's also the former director of the Arizona Department of Health Services and I know that. We've got data reportings very lumpy, and we're coming off a holiday weekend, and so the picture is not as clear on this Tuesday, as it normally would, because of those reporting delays, but this jumped out to me as of today Arizona not the cove infections per capita of any state, but also the most of any state has ever had. We hit five hundred and twenty eight per million, new. York topped out at five nine on April tenth. What what does it look like to you in Arizona, right now. That really says it all, doesn't it? I mean everybody knows what happened in New York and now it's happening in Arizona and who would have thought that it would happen in a state like Arizona but his shows you that the policy decisions that you're elected. Officials make have real life consequences and the decisions, the decisions in May and early June or lack of decisions are really what set in the cascade of events that ended up where we are today with a graph just saw. We're also seeing an inflection point in deaths in Arizona. We saw it also just I just saw about an hour ago. I think Texas reported its highest fatality level. I'm a very long time today. There's been this lag. Obviously between cases and battalions were catching more cases. There's a hope that fatalities won't be as high right now. What are you seeing the fatality data? Where do you think this is going? So. There's a couple of things that may be moderating the death rate here in Arizona. Number one is that the new cases are really exploding in twenty and thirty year old people who are. Less likely to end up in an ICU bed, and less likely to die. It happens, but it's less likely the other thing is that clinicians are getting better at treating people for covid. Nineteen at the beginning was just supportive care now there's a couple of medications that can improve the course of the illness, so as physicians learn a little bit more about how to treat illness I think that may be working in our favor a little bit and finally. I I'm hoping that this also represents an improvement in infection control within assisted living and skilled nursing facilities I. Don't know that for a fact. I do know that they are trying harder than they were and personal. Protective equipment is more available, but really there's no substitute for weekly testing of staff that work in those facilities. I don't think that that's happening. In terms of testing seeing, it's really maddening. We're seeing bottlenecks again, and you're seeing that in that positivity rate going up, and it's upright now. It's almost thirty percent I think in Arizona I mean the the recommendation the are you want the positivity right below three percent, which basically shows that you're testing enough? The MARICOPA county reported Covid, nineteen positivity rate of twenty eight point eight percent. This is the Phoenix Mayor tweeting. We've seen testing sites where people waited for more than eight hours in one hundred and ten degree heat to get tested. This is unacceptable. Arezzo needs more testing and context racing to slow the spread. This seems like a major major and acute failure right now as as the state tries to get a hold of this. positivity rate is off the charts, and as you said, it needs to be ten times lower than it is right now. We're at twenty five percent positive. The next highest state I think is Texas and Florida. They're in the the teens, so we're much higher that we need to be on that regard. The other thing is that our turnaround time on these tests is really pretty bad like we're looking at turnaround times between getting A. A sample collected from a patient and getting those results back from the lab of seven eight nine, even fourteen days, and what that means. Is that your contact tracing capacity? Your contact tracers can't do their job because by the time they get the data. The patient has already either gone back to work infected their roommates or co workers, and and it doesn't matter how good contact tracing capacity is if you're getting the results that late. It's going to be ineffective at Saint. We've gotta just get more tests, but faster testing. You know months ago. There's a lot of debate about the Swedish model Sweden was one of the few countries that had had you know. Had the virus didn't shutdown did close some things here? There? Make some efforts, and there was some question about. Can you avoid the worse consequences both economically and also of sort of social and physical and emotional health of lockdowns, and I your piece today basing no, it's not it's a cautionary tale. It was sort of a failed experiment. It does seem to me. We're headed towards the sun belt. Sweden experiment in the US I mean governor Ducey does seem reluctant to take any more steps and he has. We're just GONNA. Find out how bad it can get back. I Isaac, we adopted the Swedish model right around Memorial Day to be honest with. I've said that publicly that I think what we're really doing is going down the Swedish road and. And what we see is we can learn. The previous segment you talked about learning for mothers. You know I this is an example where we could have learned from others and I hope other people learn from us because this experiment isn't going well.
Inside the Downfall of the XFL
"XFL was supposed to be the league that can finally make spring football work with financial backing from WWe's Vince McMahon in veteran leadership from commissioner Oliver Luck. The idea seemed promising. But just five weeks in Copen, nineteen forced the xfl hit pause, and then unlike other leaks. It announced it was shutting down for good. Today the inside story of why the xfl closed doors, and whether it could have been saved. I'M UNICOM'S IT's Tuesday June sixteenth. This is espn daily presented by marathon. Shaken. What's Shakin what she can not much some to you're talking to you Kevin Siefert writes about the NFL and the xfl for ESPN. So Kevin the last time you and I talked was to preview the xfl so excited about this new league time the rules and how funding would be, and whether it would work, and while sadly, we are gathered here today to autopsy the xfl the. League officially suspended their operations on April tenth season quote the uncertainty of the current environment, obviously referencing the corona virus pandemic. What was it like inside the League on that day? It was pretty wild. Actually talked to Kurt unsecure. WHO's the president of the Saint? Louis? Battle. Hawks and he heard some rumors he had wondered if the League would. Need to cut back in some way like many businesses, but he at most thought there might be some layoffs or potentially some furloughs, but when he woke up that morning. Like many other xfl employees he saw the. Direct deposit from. His pay. Was much larger than normal. Anyone who's ever worked in an office setting or a for a company of any kind knows that on your last day you get a paycheck for your salary, and also for any occasion time accumulated, and that's what that's. What happened here and that was really the first sign that he occurred hunziker or anybody. Really who worked for the xfl knew that not only were some changes about to happen, but. Some really ominous events were about the Kerr that day. And they found out. There was a going to be an all company conference. Call at about noon. And that's where they were informed that everyone who works for the League was terminated. Kevin Win all that down. The XFL was on hold like pretty much everything else right I mean the pandemic hit a sports world back in March when the NBA system. It's season. WWe Closes headquarters in Stamford Connecticut days later then on March. Twentieth six fell big flat out of their season, and said we look forward to playing full seasons for you, and with you in twenty twenty one, so it seemed like at the time the plan wasn't afford the league entirely, but just hit pause. Pick up when the pandemic was over. Why do you think they thought they could keep going back then? I think they they felt pretty good that in the five weeks at the season had managed to get through they had. Gone a long way. Towards proving the concept they had pulled in about twenty million league revenues, and they're projecting forty six million through the rest of the year. They're TV. Ratings had dipped, but they were about to go on a run of having most of their games, either on ABC or Fox and so, that would probably at least stabilized the ratings, and they thought that they would have for the first time since they had started building the league time to really sit down, pull apart their thoughts and come up with a better product, the following year Vince McMahon who the owner of the League he had pulled almost four hundred million dollars out of WWe stocks into his personal account to finance. Really for two or three years, and so they knew the money was there, he had put up about two hundred million, and was committed to paying another hundred and fifty million a year for a few years. Until they could potentially get the profitability, so there was. A lot of confidence that the money existed to continue subsidizing the League in that long term plan would not be sacrificed just because the season had to end more abruptly than they had hoped. I didn't know that so the xfl Vince McMahon rather was using wwe money to fund the XFL. Right away you know Vincent Man's the owner of w w well early state, the founder and the CEO, and so he had lots of stock, and so he used that stock eventually to fund the XFL. There was a division, a financial and business division, but you know there was also a shared services agreement between the two. Certainly the way they were able to recruit coaches and front office people and even the Commissioner Oliver luck the way they were able to convince people to come aboard was the show them the plan the financial plan that he had to spend money over the over those three years, there was public documents. That showed that the stock had been sold in that the money was now. In Vincent. Man's hands to fund the XFL and that's why they they felt so good about it. So the xfl like every other sport announces. Hey, we're going on pause. Then a couple of weeks pass. What was the state of play at the beginning of April? Really at the beginning of April the XFL was in off season mode. Oliver Lock. WHO's the commissioner had been asked to come up with twenty, twenty, one I jets. He had asked all the department has all the team presidents to come up with plans to market the teams throughout the long off season. That was to come. Everything was in the XFL. Offices were being directed towards this twenty twenty one season and a lot of times towards the twenty twenty two seasons well, they were looking ahead, saying okay, here's what we want to do in twenty twenty one. We WanNa make it better, and this is what we want and twenty twenty two, and then then we look to see if we can be profitable and this was all going on really. Really, in between the time, the xfl canceled season, and when it shuttered and had bankruptcy, and so those plans were all compiled, and I'll reluctant demand to Vince McMahon, and then they didn't hear anything. They didn't hear anything back, and they thought maybe it was because Wrestlemainia was going on. People had their attention there, but that was something that caused a little bit of unease as the second week of April arrived and that. They've been asked to create these budgets. And then there have been radio silence. So Oliver Overlook. Who was commissioner of the XFL also Andrew looks father for those who don't know and has been a sports executive for years used to NFL Europe who's an executive with the NCWA? He's going about his business. Assuming the league's going to come back putting together some plans, and then what happens. And then he gets a call or actually gets a letter on April ninth stating that he had been fired for cause and the letter came from. Vincent man and from the his attorney listing supposed. Infractions to his contract into his duties that Oliver Luck had apparently committed in his response, Oliver Luck in his legal papers, said he had never been told of any of these issues, but on April Ninth I, think about five o'clock is when Oliver Luck found out, he'd been fired. So what elect do? You know he is already in his home. In Indianapolis, the xfl offices were closed, and so he immediately got with his lawyer. Because when you get fired, because usually that can mean that the guarantee in your contract is no longer valid, and so he has sued for wrongful termination, not only disputing the reasons that Vince McMahon fired him which among other reasons, whereas the use of company cell phone for personal reasons which. Many people in the xfl on in the public to be an awfully little bit of a petty, and that's not even editorializing. It's just a fact. You know petty reason to fire sports commissioner WHO's making. Between five and seven million dollars a year, and so he not only is disputing the facts of what was in the latter, his termination letter, but also that the xfl never gave him the thirty days. That's required in his contract to correct any issues that ownership is having, and so that is currently playing out in court. We'll see who wins on that or whether there is some kind of negotiation that occurs, but at the moment Oliver Luck seeking twenty three point eight million dollars from Vince McMahon, who can fill the contract that he signed in two thousand, eighteen to be the commissioner of the xfl.
"C. Safeway or yes we can is a rallying cry for justice freedom and dignity that was born from the heart and mind of civil rights revolutionary. Dolores wet the chant of Si Se. Puede his been taken up by many movements. From Barack Obama's two thousand eight presidential campaign to the fight for climate justice to the continued struggle for workers rights to Spain's anti austerity campaigns of 2019. Martin Luther King Junior said that the arc of the moral universe is long but it bends towards justice we all know that it only bends towards justice because of individuals willing to put themselves on the front lines of the Civil Rights Struggle Laura Sweater who turned ninety on April tenth. Twenty twenty has never left the front lines. She's a force of nature that has transformed the lives of those who grow and harvest the food that sustains each of us creating the phone welcome movement with Cesar Chavez she is the mother of the modern labor movement also came up with the idea that consumers have the power to shape and push industries like great growers to improve farm worker conditions. She then that. Labor negotiations to memorialize will can benefit in the nation's first of their kind collective bargaining agreements. Deloris is a fearless and incredibly effective advocate legislation. She championed the landmark building nineteen sixty to allow people to take the California driver's examination in Spanish. And and she's never stopped last year. She helped enact leads to create California's Fund for safe and affordable drinking water Quetta who describes himself as a born again feminists consciously incorporated feminism into her fight for workers rights and push Gloria Steinem and the one thousand nine hundred sixty s to expand the feminist movement to include issues of race thereby helping make feminism and Movement for all women not just white women from the beginning. Dolores wet has also been an environmental champion fighting to protect workers from harmful pesticides sanding shoulder to shoulder with native Americans at Standing Rock and picking up litter after every rally she led. I Talk About a fiftieth anniversary with my hero and living legend Dolores Wetter Kelly. Working Fourteen hour days with Heff Foundation to make sure farmwork has have access to protective equipment food and benefits during this pandemic. And if you thought you knew everything about Delores also talk about why she loves burning man. Dolores where are you right now all right now? I'm in the belly of the beast. I'm in Bakersfield California Bakersfield and all of Kern county. You are going through really rough times right now. Dolores is a lot of people that have been laid off. I think it's over a thousand oil workers that have been laid off. One of the company is completely. Shut Down Lager. People EARN EMPLOYEES CIVILLY TRAGIC. But we know at the same time. And that's why we see that our air is a little cleaner a usually here in Kern county. We are women the worst areas of pollution for air pollution in the country. And we know that that air pollution really affects not only the physical health especially if the children but also the mental health of children. Here we have Not only to freeways that can make your highway ninety nine and highway five of but then we have all of the pollution that comes from the Agricultural Industry Caesar industrial growers that have not really converted their tractors They're so easy in a lot of diesel. It's a big struggle and when you try to bring to the attention they consider this to be an attack instead of thinking. Okay what do we have to do to make them more economically friendly jobs for people so these are the challenges that we have ahead of us as we try to convert all of the fossil fuel industries into industries. That are more friendly for everybody. So deloris in the late fifties and sixties when you have founding the farmworker movement and and really bringing those issues to the full when whether environmental issues like drinking water and air quality and pesticide runoff. How did those issues fest? Come to your attention right at the beginning at the very beginning you know. I grew up in Stockton California which is also like a cultural area. I was in a field in. I see this what I thought was fog rolling in but I thought how can you have fog in the summertime? Well it was a pesticide residue. That was rolling in. That was one of the first things that farmer who's complained about about the effects of Pesticides. And so we had so many cases of pesticide poisonings. Sometimes Terry crews like thirty. Forty people would been poisoned at the same time. How can this happen? Slow regard for the health farm workers so one of the first contracts that I signed a day. Employers tell exactly how many pesticides they were going to spray and where they were going to be spread out and then we passed legislation to make sure that the appeals are posted of when they sprayed some of these dangerous pesticides and then we work very very hard to get some of these dangerous pesticides restricted and banned forever and unfortunately a lot of pesticides we had because like Didi they were then shipped to Mexico to Latin American countries. And so here but we had all of these farmers could children that. Were being bored with these horrible deformities being born without arms without legs so horrific here you had children in Mexico and parts of Latin America. That were having exactly the same type of affection disabilities that were coming from pesticides
Chicago - Boy, 12, marks youngest COVID-19 death in Cook County
"The twelve year old Chicago boys the youngest person to dive covert nineteen cook county medical examiner's office says Ernesto goose mon was pronounced dead early yesterday at a local hospital the primary cause of death listed as pneumonia caused by cope with nineteen viral infection with asthma sleep apnea and tooth disorder listed as contributing factors whose phone was seven years younger than the next youngest coronavirus patient in cook county the victim a nineteen year old man from south suburban Riverdale died April tenth for respiratory failure and covert nineteen
AP Exclusive: Docs show top WH officials buried CDC report
"I might cross your reporting documents contradict White House accounts regarding CDC re opening guidance internal government emails obtained by the Associated Press show on Thursday April thirtieth the trump administration shelved the CDC guidance for re opening the nation from the corona virus shut downs at a press briefing Friday White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany was asked about the CDC guidance though CDC guidelines are going through an editing process and we have those you guys will be the first to know what internal government emails obtained by the AP show the guidance was ready as early as April tenth that's when CDC director Robert Redfield shared it in an email with president Donald trump's inner circle including son in law Jared Kushner and top adviser kellyanne Conway the CDC followed up with more than sixty page report on April thirteenth Mike Rossio Washington
Just dance: Lady Gaga sets May 29 release date for 6th album
"Lady Gaga has announced a new release date for her chromatic a album Margie's are loaded with the latest Gramatica was supposed to come out April tenth but was delayed because of the corona virus pandemic it now will be released may twenty ninth includes collaborations with Elton John Arianna Grande and the K. pop group black pink it will come out digitally and on CD as well as on vinyl and cassette in various colors
Just dance: Lady Gaga sets May 29 release date for 6th album
"Gramatica was supposed to come out April tenth but was delayed because of the corona virus pandemic it now will be released may twenty ninth includes collaborations with Elton John Arianna Grande and the K. pop group black pink it will come out digitally and on CD as well as on vinyl and cassette in various colors I'm marquees are let us
Shedding Light on Bats and Covid-19
"Welcome to the is on conservation podcasts. I'm Gregory Haddock and I'm joined here with Kristin how you doing kristen. I'm doing great despite you know. Despite Dave forty four forty five forty six. I don't even count anymore. What's know what's the point now? It's a win Big Day. Quarantine. That's right five. Eighty to one hundred four. You know. There's just numbers that's the old world and we're on the new world down we are. We are so yeah. I'm excited to be here today to talk to you about one of my favorite subjects. Yes we definitely are looking forward to this conversation. I in particular now people who are listening to the show right now may not realize that. Kristen is actually directing and producing a feature length film called the invisible mammal all about the life of bats. And obviously right now. That's a really strange timing right. I don't know how you might define that. But I know for a lot of people at home hearing all these different things about bats and how they may or may not be responsible for the situation. Take it away like what's been your experience. You've had a obviously talked to a lot of different experts in this field. What's what's been the outcome of that. Basically I had big plans for twenty twenty. A lot of people had big plans. For Twenty twenty my big plans for this year all revolved around doing a lot of field work in filming the work of Bat Scientist Bat researchers across North America. You know here in California. I was going to go back to Michigan Upper Peninsula and I was probably also going to go back to Texas to film the Work of these amazing bat scientists who are stopping at nothing to find solutions to the bat pandemic of White Nose Syndrome. That has been just decimating populations across the continent east to West. North to south. Since two thousand six like I said I had plans I had shoots lined up and then incomes Karinna virus and I'm still hosting fundraising events and all of a sudden people at my fundraising events. Start asking me about corona virus and whereas that's not necessarily the focus of by film or had not been now it definitely is and because the scientists are no longer able to do any more about research out on the field. Do any research in the field right now no since April tenth the. Us government suspended all field research but on top of all of that the researchers themselves have decided voluntarily that because they don't want to use any additional P P that could be going to hospitals and healthcare workers that they themselves have been stopping. The field research during the pandemic is just safer for everybody at safer for the bats and safer for all of the healthcare workers who are trying to do their jobs right so as a result of not being able to do any filming out in the field and no fundraising events and no nothing. I decided the best thing to do. Would be to try to set up some interviews with the experts through online meeting and some guests here so tell us a little bit about them. What would you have for us today? Said the first interview is going to be with Dr Winifred Frick who is the chief scientist at Bat Conservation International and she's also an associate research professor in ecology and evolutionary biology at UC. Santa Cruz and Dr Frick is of the characters in my film the invisible mammal the connection between bats and current virus and couvert nineteen. I knew that she would be the right person to talk to to get the facts to clear up any misinformation and just to share the knowledge that she has about bats with Oliver Listeners. Will share it with us. What's your okay. Let's go thank you for joining us. My pleasure to be here. How has the coveted nineteen pandemic changed the focus of your work at Bat Conservation International? Like most people here in the United States and really over large parts of the world were sheltered in place. We're doing our part to prevent the spread of the novel current of Iris. And so you know for our work here at BCI by Conservation International. We do a lot of travel. We do a lot of field work. And so of course. We put a pause on that but the focus of our work stays essentially the same. Organization's mission is dedicated to protecting bat populations around the world and ensuring that no bats go extinct and of course the most fun parts of that job getting out into the field and working with bats directly and visiting the places where in their habitats where they need to be protected. But there's lots that we can do to protect bats from our home offices and so where everybody. Fbi is still working hard every day and doing like everybody around the world of working on our work. Life Integration of homeschooling our kids while working hard on data analysis report writing scientific publications and connecting with our partners to around the world. Making sure everybody safe and doing everything we can to protect bats and protect ourselves so most everybody around the globe is in the same situation. Our lives have just been completely changed by the colonel virus pandemic and everyone is also following the news and the connection between bats and current virus. Can you explain how scientists were able to make that connection? It's important to know that we don't yet know how the novel current virus spilled into the human population and the the pandemic that we're experiencing is caused from human to human transmission of this novel strain of Corona Virus. What we do know from pass work by some really excellent scientists who study zone attic disease so diseases that are caused from viruses that naturally occur in wildlife populations. Is that this group of Beta current viruses. Which is sort of the family of current viruses that the SARS covy to which is the technical name of the virus that's causing the CO vid pandemic cove. It is what we call the disease caused by the virus and SARS Cova to is the technical name of the virus itself more commonly called the novel Corona virus so SARS Kobe to the novel. Current virus is part of this. Beta Kerr virus family and what we know is that there are lots of different. Beta Corona viruses found in wild bat populations. It's presumed that the original strain of this. What was likely in a bat in China but how it then got from the bats into the human population is still a scientific mystery and something that people are working on. Oftentimes those spillover events happen through an intermediate host in the case of SARS which is closely related to this current virus it came through an intermediate host of civic cat which was harvested in in markets. And there's some evidence or there's been some work that suggests that perhaps penguins are working as the intermediate host in this case although that's still under active investigation and it's we just don't know yet. Exactly how the spillover event happened
Language Modeling and Protein Generation at Salesforce with Richard Socher
"Hey everyone I am on the line with Richard. Social Richard is the chief scientist and MVP at salesforce Richard. Welcome to the PODCAST. Aloha great to be here to chat. Houston you said. Aloha and I was surprised that you're actually in the bay area. I always see these wonderful photos of you all over the place and I only get to ever see you in person at nerves nowadays and The blacken ai events and stuff like that so great to get a chance to connect with you mid year. How is everything? Life is pretty pretty. Good I'm very grateful of our research can continue working on some research during distresses now would that that is specific to Kobe. Nineteen and But Ryan Large sometimes joked at the PhD. Prepared me for several years. I staying at home eating pasta every day. Working on a computer all day and So so I'm I'm in pretty good spirits trying to have a little bit a positive impact and still go about my work and make sure my team is doing well throughout this crisis. And it's it's a tough time But I'm I'm very grateful for line of research we can work remotely. Who quite well awesome awesome. Glad to hear that it is Don't usually you know do this. But is April tenth that were recording. This what is it week. Four for you for lockdown shelter in place thereabouts right. It's it's crazy to time weirdly. It's slow and fast at the same time days morph into each other The Home Office is just the the home and the office and everything so the ad time definitely does not seem linear going through. This is very strange but before we jump into some of the main topics that we wanNA cover in particular language models and some of the recent work you've been doing applying that to the bio space. You share with us a little bit about your background and how you came to work in a chirp boy. It almost starts in high school when I really liked math and languages and when you think about Those two fields one you would hope is true even if you go light years in some other direction and language is district constantly morphing system. Where every you know teenager could just say Yo lo and boom you have a new word and now the the signs of nestor deal with that and so they marry when you try to use computers use math to try to understand language so I studied linguistics computer science Back in two thousand and early. Two thousands and dad's at the time seem kind of like an orchids kind of cute a niche topic to my parents. I thought man if we can get computers to understand language that would be just incredible all the things they could do. You know especially if you're lazy. He wants to agree. Repetitive tasks to be done by a computer would be quite amazing. And so that kind of more Into a couple of other interests in trying to use eventually initially just the typical machine learning essentially sort of machine machine learning by itself and I More broadly applied to computer vision problems. But I really do think in languages the most interesting manifestation of human intelligence There's some quite incredible visual systems and apparatus in the animal kingdom like the Mantis shrimp all kinds of price focal vision. And so on and each I and all of that animals have quite sophisticated visual systems but language connected thought and culture and society. Information are in so got excited about language. Then two thousand ten I saw a handful of people. Apply NEURAL NETWORK TECHNIQUES And extend them to a computer vision and at the time I had also just become a little bit disillusioned myself around how much time naturally crossing folks spend on feature engineering. So I thought couldn't we use some of these ideas from computer vision and neural networks for natural language processing? It was a not easy in the beginning early days had a lot of rejected papers reviewers just ignoring reasonably good experimental results saying why you submitting neural networks stuff to this conference. This is not the nineties anymore. Stuff doesn't work and so on but eventually more and more people have joined a small core initially was read just Joshua Banjo and Jefferson's labs and rings lap At Stanford and and it expanded more and more and and now it's kind of the default way for doing things to US network of course Not Dave developed more and more novel architectures to and it's it's just been super exciting so now I I work Not just on the research side anymore but also on a lot of applied problems you know in the end. I often think about trying to impact and in the end when you do research you hope that people will pick up the research extent Extended next apply it to some real world problems but if you have the opportunity to both the research and applied to real problems to kind of reduce the variance of the impact that you have and so. I work on a lot of problems. Chat bots and service sales and marketing applications trying to for instance automatic reply to emails or two phone conversations or having chat conversations is a really great one also doing a lot of computer vision trying to identify different objects in supermarket shelves. Doing Complex. Ocr for forms and a lot of interesting things recommendation engines Voice Machine Translation. Now the the group is pretty large and so we get to work on a lot of different things. You know it's a it's a research organization but as part of salesforce which we in no as kind of a new still. I still think of itself as a CRM company Owner than their terms here has kind of expanded and now includes everything that you might do with the customer right so we're just ecommerce platform because customers buy stuff online. I worked obviously the largest Sailed Service Marketing Organization but we also have helped companies integrate all the different data. Now Tableau we help people understand our customer data and do a lot of analytics behind it and then we look at you know where are the customers and we help governments senior citizens as their customers and help them especially now also in this crisis of build software really quickly bill chat bots so they can answer questions? You know the knee and if you go to. Da Department of motor vehicles. You have the question chat bots said. Give the answers. They are also You know our customer there of the DMV. We work with healthcare providers where the patients are customer. So the edition of what a customer is is getting broader and broader. We're in all
Billionaires got $283B richer during coronavirus: Study
"Sinco billionaires acquired a collective two hundred thirty eight billion dollars in addition additional wealth in twenty three days during the pandemic according to a new study from the institute for Policy Studies U. S. billionaire wealth collectively increased ten percent from March eighteenth to April tenth when more than twenty two million people lost their jobs eight billionaires have each gained more than one billion dollars in additional well since January first including Jeff Bezos mackenzie Bezos in one mosque
New York let coronavirus-infected nurses work in upstate nursing home
"The state health department of New York allowed to nurses and other staff who tested positive for the corona virus to continue treating covert nineteen patients and in upstate nursing home the post has learned this is not about them forcing nursing homes to intake corona virus positive input no this is about the workers at these places state officials signed off on the move during an April tenth conference call that excluded local officials from Steuben county the the local elected officials weren't allowed to have anything to say about this at least fifteen people have died at the horn gardens nursing home in the tiny town
COVID-19: What the Autopsies Reveal
"Gibbs reports on how pathologists are starting to get a much closer look at the damage that covert nineteen does to the body by carefully examining the lungs hearts kidneys and other organs of people who have died while infected with the novel Corona Virus. Wait spoke with experts at the Cleveland Clinic. And the University of Washington who have performed these high risk autopsies very few of which have been done so far in the United States. Covert nineteen is a new disease and doctors have been struggling to figure out how best to treat it putting people on ventilators as always a last resort for other diseases typically about half the patients who go onto a ventilator do not survive but Kobe nineteen patients seemed to do even worse on mechanical ventilation a study in the UK found that only about a third of corona virus patients survived that experience and in a report published on April Twenty second in the Journal of the American Medical Association. Researchers found even more alarming outcomes recently in New York City analyzing data from twelve large New York hospitals during March. They found that out of three hundred twenty patients on ventilators. Two hundred and eighty two died so only about one in nine survived mechanical ventilation. We know this. New Corona virus damages the lungs. But how exactly does it differ in important ways from influenza and other VIRAL INFECTIONS? Some experts have suggested that the virus can infect and damage the heart as well and maybe the kidneys or even the brain when people are seriously ill with Cova nineteen. They seem to be at higher. Risk of blood clots. But it's really hard to determine from lab tests and fuzzy medical images whether it's the virus damaging these other organs or whether the body's own immune system fouling up the works as it generates massive inflammatory response to combat the corona virus. Any kind of lung injury can result in acute respiratory distress syndromes. This is a disease process that we've known about for a long. It's a very typical pattern of injury that we see in the lungs when they're injured for many many different kinds of reasons. That's disarray Marshall. A pathologist at the University of Washington. She says that it's often the cascading organ failure triggered by acute respiratory distress syndrome or A. Rds The causes elderly people to die from influenza and firefighters to die from smoke inhalation and cancer patients to die from reactions to chemotherapy. The pressing question. We need to answer for Kobe. Nineteen is whether it's just a rds that makes the disease deadly or whether this new diseases different and even more complicated to treat them what doctors have seen before well if you watch TV you know what medical examiners do when they want to figure out what killed somebody. There's just no substitute for a thorough and detailed autopsy earlier this month researchers published the first English language autopsy results on people who died after becoming infected with the novel Corona Virus. The paper appeared in the American Journal of Clinical Pathology on April tenth. It describes to interesting cases both from Oklahoma case one was seventy seven year old man who had cycled between fever and chills for six days before finally calling for an ambulance on March twentieth. He had high blood pressure and some other health issues but no cough on the trip to the hospital. He was gasping for air and his heart stopped by the time they arrived at the emergency room. It was too late. The gentleman had not seen a doctor for his fever. He had not been tested for Kobe. Nineteen so it wasn't clear what had caused the heart attack taking his life. The Medical Examiner's team in Oklahoma City decided that it was important to find out they swabbed the man's nasal passages and also his lungs both swabs tested positive for the SARS. Kobe virus and chest xrays showed what they described as complete white out in. What would normally be dark empty lung? Cavities doing an autopsy on a Kobe. Positive body is risky but they had the special protective equipment and high containment room. They needed to do it and maybe they could learn something that would help save some of the hundreds of thousands of people around the world who will fight cove in nineteen for their lives in the months to come so they laid his body on the dissecting table and they opened them up. The team contacted a well-known lung pathologist at the Cleveland Clinic to help them interpret what they saw especially as they examined tissue samples from bears organs under the microscope. My name is Sanjay Mukhopadhyay. I'm director of pathology at the Cleveland Clinic. Autopsies give you another deeper look into tissue. That is actually several layers of resolution higher than what you can get from a history a physical examination routine laptops even the highest resolution CD. Scans none of them. Even approach the resolution that you can get from an autopsy. The medical examiner had noticed that. This man's lungs were two to three times heavier than usual. A Common Consequence of AIDS pathologist actually referred to that syndrome by a different name. One that describes the end result of the disease lung cells. They call it diffuse. Lv alert damage in that gentleman. We found diffuse Alveoli damage under the microscope. When you take a breath and it goes down your windpipe. The windpipe actually branches and to do and when goes into the left lung and one goes into the right and then those branches of the windpipe branch like the branches of a tree. You know they get smarter than sponsored smaller as you go. Further and further away and the end point of the branch is what we call an Lvn Louis or colloquially you can call it an air sac and what that is just a very tiny balloon. You need a microscope to see it. And they're just cows and thousands of those little balloons in the lung. That's what makes up the lamp so each time. You inhale you inflate thousands of microscopic Vealy as the ED enters into that little balloon with oxygen in it. The point of the balloon is to take that oxygen into the bloodstream. The wall of the balloon has little blood vessels in it so in the normal language. Dicap- breath the oxygen goes from the middle of the balloon into the one of the balloon. And that's where the arteries are and the oxygen goes into your blood cells. Red Blood Cells. We call them. And then that Dixit back to the heart and the heart center the oxygen to the rest of the body for this exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide to work properly. The thin lining of the air SAC has to be very close to the walls of the blood vessels. Now what happens in in actually in any severe viral infection is that the virus starts causing damage reading a digest. I which is the back of the throat and then all the way down so all the way down the windpipe down the branches to the smallest branches and then into the air sex and when it gets into the AIR SACS. Call that a viral pneumonia. What's happening is actually. The virus is damaging the walls of the those little webs of capillaries that surround the walls of the air. Sacs start to leak proteins fluids white blood cells and debris from destroyed lung seep into the air sacs the debris clogs the balloons. But maybe even more important it also thickens the walls of the air sacs. Literally it's making a barrier for the oxygen to go from the middle of the relates to the bloodstream and so this is the reason that oxygen levels are so low in these patients who are very sick from ovid. The researchers concluded that case won the seventy seven year old man had died from Kobe. Nineteen even though he had never been diagnosed with it. Mukhopadhyay said he was struck by similar. The pattern of organ damage was to what he's used to seeing from autopsies on people who died from other viral infections. It's actually very similar to what happens in influenza and at just to mention a few other examples. Sars you know the SARS from two thousand to two thousand three identical merced Middle Eastern disparaties syndrome identical findings. I did autopsies and deported them on H. One and one when that happened the swine flu identical findings and I give you one more example. You know the when the vaping thing happened just recently and many people were getting sick from the most sick patients but actually developing diffuse. Lbj damage case too was different. This man had to the hospital a day earlier on March nineteenth. He was only forty two but had myo tonic. Muscular dystrophy a hereditary disease that causes muscles to weaken or atrophy. Sometimes so much that food can back up from the stomach. Go down the wrong tube into the lungs where causes bacterial pneumonia? He felt sharp abdominal pains and went to the hospital where a cat scan showed fluid in his lungs just hours later his heart gave out any passed away although he was labelled as community acquired pneumonia and died and was found to be covert positive. The microscopic examination. This patient does not support the idea that he died of Gobert so there was no damage instead. They found food particles and bacterial infection in the airway clear signs of aspirational pneumonia. So case to died with cove in nineteen but he did not die of covert nineteen. Which makes it very interesting because it brings up the issue of. How often is this happening? How often are people who are PAS? Different went on a nasal swab dying of things other than Kobe. I put that question to Desert Marshall whom we heard from earlier. I'm the director of autopsy after De Services at the University of Washington Medical Center since early. March Marshall has performed more than a dozen autopsies of people who died after testing positive for corona virus infection. She says the results of those autopsies have been submitted to a Medical Journal for publication but are still undergoing peer review. Marshall says that the risk of infection that this fires poses has changed how they perform all autopsies regardless of whether the person was suspected to have covert nineteen. Or not so. We've actually started to swab all of our students and get those results before will perform an autopsy in our facility. That isn't the negative pressure sweet so his Marshall also found that like case to in Oklahoma some patients are dying of something else but turning out to have corona virus infection as well we have not. We have not had any unexpected positive results yet. It's still a limited number but of the probably fifteen that we've done. We have not had a positive comeback where we weren't expecting it. And what about the finding from case one in Oklahoma here in Washington are most of the Kobe? Nineteen patients dying from more or less standard AIDS or the autopsies revealing evidence of the virus infecting and damaging other organs as well hearing concerns of the clinicians and folks on the front lines there's the virus infecting the heart or is it just kind of secondary affects related to the critical illness. Is there excess? Clotting related to this disease. Different things like that. It looks like it's helping us to see that Cova did is actually causing typical acute respiratory distress syndrome. Initially there were thoughts that it was behaving a bit differently. But I think as we get more numbers of people and there's less of the individual variability the vast majority of these cases are showing the typical pathologic features of acute respiratory distress and Which we call a diffuse Alveoli damage. Pathology it does look like it. Is that phenomenon and there's not something Speaking out pathologically. That's different in a way that will inform them that you know. They should probably continue to use. The evidence based tried and true therapies for areas in particular marshal says. They aren't seeing an unusual number of small blockages and blood vessels. That would require treatment beyond the usual blood thinners such as Heparin nor has her group or other. She has heard from around. The country found the corona virus causing serious heart infections in the autopsies. They
Los Angeles study suggests virus much more widespread
"Here Los Angeles there's a study out of Los Angeles and the study may blow up every other study and in the country every other model that we've looked at and so on Los Angeles study suggests virus much more widespread what what is that another headline Los Angeles corona virus outbreak may be more widespread than confirmed with lower results Los Angeles studies suggest virus much more widespread the Charlotte observer and Kaiser health news in Los Angeles antibody testing suggests coronavirus cases could be forty times higher than official count this is the that Kaiser health news all right odd that they may have an agenda of some kind I'm not sure they everybody does I suppose we haven't known the true extent of the code nineteen affection infections in our community because we have only tested people with symptoms and the availability availability of tests has been limited said that Neeraj issued a professor of public policy at the university of southern California and he's the lead researcher on the study he says the numbers back up what post public health experts have been saying about the confirmed cases being only the tip of the iceberg now that's one way of putting it but that might be the inverse way of of putting up that might be upside down the way of putting it the Los Angeles Times for their part says that given the numbers some four point one percent of adults tested positive for corona virus antibodies in a study of Los Angeles county residents health officials said on Monday suggesting the rate of infection may be forty times higher than the number our can of confirmed cases these serology tests conducted by the university of southern California researchers on eight hundred sixty three people indicate the death rate from the pandemic could be lower than previously thought but also that the respiratory illness may be maybe being spread more widely by people who showed no symptoms now this is fascinating for a number of reasons all right and then the LA times goes on to say you know that translates roughly two hundred twenty one thousand to four hundred and forty two thousand adults who have recovered from an infection this is in Los Angeles county all right once the margin of error is taken into account according to the researchers conducting the study that we're talking about up to four hundred and forty two thousand people in Los Angeles county that have been infected but it also means that the mortality rate may be a small fraction of what we currently think it is or was or maybe or or words along those lines because everything changes every day in the story the numbers change every day the numbers are unreliable and the Associated Press with an estimated three hundred and twenty thousand adults in Los Angeles county may have been infected with the corona virus according to preliminary results from the U. S. the study and the study was conducted April tenth and eleventh that's a good because it's recent and you wanted to be more recent rather than more distant USA and they estimated approximately four point one percent of the county's adult population of eight million people has antibodies of the virus okay so maybe as many as four hundred and forty thousand people and they have ranges from two point eight percent to five point six percent that may have been exposed to the virus and have the inspection but you see in the end that would be really good news on one level because it would mean the percentage of people dying from the virus would be much much smaller than previously thought and that's that'd be a real interesting real good news so how do you track that I don't know because this afternoon the numbers will change again I've been watching this for quite some time now and that's how that's how this thing works is the numbers change every day and and it's not they don't just like go up like they're more today than yesterday some days there are fewer today than yesterday and that makes it difficult and
"april tenth" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To help himself it is Friday April tenth the news is coming up next live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman president trump says he plans to consult with his experts before re opening the U. S. economy amid the pandemic and peers winter Johnston reports trump is also discussed corona virus testing and potential treatments the president says it nearly twenty drugs are currently being tested for treating the corona virus and more than two dozen are in active planning for clinical trials trump also says testing is moving at a rapid pace we passed the two million test completed in the United States first time most anywhere in the country it's a milestone for our country is a milestone anywhere nobody stand they were close the nation's top infectious disease experts have repeatedly warned against promoting possible treatments for the virus prematurely they also maintain that a vaccine for the corona virus will take at least a year to be developed and approved Windsor Johnston NPR news Washington and despite trump's confidence on testing many governors and mayors say they do not have enough test kits to help their residents there are about seventeen million Americans out of work and seeking unemployment benefits according to the latest labor department figures Congress has passed a gargantuan economic relief package to deal with the virus including direct payments to many Americans of up to twelve hundred dollars people who are unemployed will get an additional six hundred dollars added to their weekly payments labor secretary Eugene Scalia says the payments are coming the number of states are now making those six hundred dollars additional weekly payments more states will follow in the coming days how long it takes will vary by state some states systems will take longer Scalia says if workers do not get the extra benefit immediately states will be able to catch them up later beginning today residents of Los Angeles are required to wear mass asks or face coverings when visiting essential businesses and piers lay the final reports this comes as the rate of increase in corona virus cases in the city is slowing down today in LA if you show up at an essential business like the grocery store without your nose and mouth covered those businesses can refuse you service is part of an order from mayor Eric Garcetti this week to protect essential workers those workers are now required.
"april tenth" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Between April tenth and twentieth the governor also talking about guidelines for the health care system to deal with that surgeon patient treatment I also want to touch on the emergency guidelines the department of public health put together for medical providers in preparation for the surgeon cases we are expecting as in any large scale crisis situation a larger number of patients can stressed hospital staff equipment and supplies to the breaking point it's hard to believe during a period where hospitals might have to make difficult decisions about how to distribute resources like ventilators but that's the worst case scenario and we must plan for what we're doing everything we can to ensure that we have all the resources we need we must also plan for the possibility that the virus it's too many people and too short a period of time in the worst case scenario our department of public health jointly developed guidelines for hospitals in conjunction with that this is public health experts and medical professionals to insure to insure that no one's background social standing or disability is ever considered such a decision has to be made these are not conversations that anybody ever wants to have but over the past few weeks we heard from many within the healthcare community on the need to issue recommendations on how to equitably and ethically allocate healthcare resources across the system in these unprecedented times every state and many individual hospitals are coming up with what are called.
"april tenth" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"That includes avoiding eating or drinking at bars and restaurants using drive through our pick up options instead by now Dr Chris says most companies should elect their workers do their jobs from home but not health care and food service workers Gilbert mayor Jenn Daniels has declared a state of emergency to access additional resources to stop the spread of coronavirus all Gilbert town facilities are now closed to the public released April tenth with school age kids forced to stay home our state schools chief Kathy Hopkins as or stamps working to provide meals for those who need them and to create as little interruption as possible the standardized school testing in the coming days and weeks we'll provide additional guidance to schools around testing instructional time and other critical matters all Arizona public schools are closed for the next two weeks the first coronavirus vaccine tests have begun on volunteers and now there's word a medication originally created to treat Ebola could be a possible cure for the most severe coronavirus cases ABC's chief medical correspondent Dr Jennifer Ashton cautions it is experimental and it's only used to the most serious cases similar to the vaccine news you know safety efficacy needs to be tested in small groups and then larger groups so I think we're going to see this proceed at a fast pace but we also have to remember that for a lot of the critical ill patients with corona virus they get a super infection with a bacterial pneumonia so again they'll be given antibiotics for that but these antiviral therapies are really important and as we hear it the case counts go up and unfortunately death counts go up it's also really important to remember that at as of now about eighty thousand people have recovered learn more about Covance nineteen in Arizona at KTAR dot com slash corona virus right now.
"april tenth" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"Millions of dollars to start a restaurant, but like to start up liquor company like you need way less money, and they could actually like invest for a bigger percentage. I think yes. So maybe if they don't get what they deserve. They should go out on their own and like threaten Lisa with it. And be like give us fifty percent bitch. Even though she probably love helper assigned to give darting. I love it. We're like starting fights hypothetical fight for a hypothetical business between employees because like someone needs to Santo for Tom, Tom. And like, no one is an so. Yeah. And it's gonna be honor. And Katie who are like, the wives of Tom, Tom. They're like pretending. They're like still grateful for every read Koran. Lisa throws at them. And it's like, are you fucking kidding? Like, did you wouldn't even have a restaurant without any of these kids? One hundred percent like sir would have been belly up years ago. If the show wasn't so interesting because nothing you just got lucky that one thousand present, and you have doesn't even own a majority of, sir. No, definitely not something about her finances or fishy. Unbelievably fishy. But that's another topic for another episode where we break it. He and whether he end all there where we break into her tax returns. I would love to see her tax returns. Right. It's like as much as the world is dying and needs to see Trump's tax returns ideas from I one hundred NFC like we would get so much more out of that. Like I'd be like, regardless vic- someone's tax returns. Like, I'll be confused, and it won't really tell me what I need to know. But for Lisa. Hi, expect a certain level of something. And if it's not there on the tax return like I'll know like honestly, I'm expecting eight figures. Yeah. I speaking of tech reference, you know, yesterday was April fifteenth, and I was with our accounting the entire day. And he was looking for you to teach you ever reach him. Yes. I reach him. We are all too though, the taxes are being returned. Unfortunately. Like was April fifteenth tax day yesterday? And I don't know I thought it was like April eighteenth limits, really bad. You're supposed to know that. No, I always used to think he was April fifteenth. And then I remember like last year. Oh, is it is I must have thought it was April tenth, and then it turned out to be a fifteenth. Well, whatever I'm I'm good to go on the tax front me and Margaret went out and about in Greensville Greenville yesterday, and there's not much going on here like the week. Right. So we just hung out in the hotel bar, and our bartender was that's a little Cutie. And I give them tickets to my show. And like, I'm really hoping he got that's so cute. You hear that noise is that you know, the flesh. Now. There's no noise trend. Well, my thoughts couch. Okay. No. It's just sounded. Like, something might just be my headphones. This is just so scary. Like, you know, you never know what's going on when you're podcasting. If I was using the bathroom like I would one hundred percent MU. Okay. That's kind of you. Thank you. Okay. Next story. Really sad. Actually, I don't know if you saw this. But Brandon Glenville breaks down over picks taken when she was wasted brand new Glenville. Did you see the video that she posted? And I thought okay, I felt pictures of her way fifth leaving a club like looking like non child. Yes. And she was looking really not good. She's admitting. She's not perfect after photos of her intoxicated surfaced online, quote for those of you that want to judge me, you you can all you want. But I'm telling you, I'm embarrassed she said through tears in a video posted on social media. Okay. So she posted this video of her sitting in her car like crying, and it's actually really sad. She's so embarrassing. She obviously has a pit the size of Mount Everest. And I. Oriented video. I think it was a story, and it's no longer there. But it's it's making the rounds..
"april tenth" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Redeye yesterday April tenth twenty nineteen was the day that the Democrats made the statement that feminism is debt. Yeah. I will tell you why coming up falling the top. They had made the statement. Feminism is now dead comes from the Democrats women's rights and feminism now is dead. Two hundred and thirty four House Democrats to Republicans also cosponsored a Bill forcing schools to let male athletes compete on girls. Sports teams won't get through the Senate. Now. But two hundred and thirty four House Democrats, the liberals now believe that women's rights and feminism are done are dead are gone. What a moment in history. The Democrats that have made the official statement. Feminism is dead. Yes. See women's rights gone. Yeah. You, you know, ladies. No, no, no, no, no. We've moved on. Sorry. -magine saying out loud. Well. What's next? If you have friends gender ratio, racial. It's going to get good fun..
"april tenth" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"By April tenth yesterday. Californians must pay their local property taxes. Five days later is the deadline for filing state and federal income tax returns. Also, the state and the feds want any initial tax payment. That's required on current earnings. Like if you file quarterly so tax collectors in California. Get three swings at the population. In April alone in the first two weeks. It's a perfect storm for millions of Californians because of the federal tax overhaul and acted in twenty seventeen. For the first time deductions for state and local taxes. On federal returns are limited ten grand. That's a lot less than Californians have been deducting this in the past. So because of all of this, and because of the general tendency of liberals to assume that everybody wants to pay more for a government to give away more money to people aren't paying anything. A new Bill rolling through the California assembly would authorize are you ready for this? You know, what Lombard street in San Francisco is it's that snake shaped road that is a big tourist attraction. It's used in a lot of movies. A Bill would authorize San Francisco to turn Lombard street into a tourist attraction and a toll road that would require reservations. You think there's a traffic jam just now people want to imagine having to make reservations, and then pay a double tax reserve it and then attacks just drive down Lombard street. There's a whole bunch of new taxes that are being debated in Sacramento on new tires taxes on guns taxes on water taxes on prescription painkillers taxes on the lawyers taxes on car batteries. New taxes on corporations based on their CEO pay new taxes on a states worth more than three and a half million outlook. There isn't an estate in California where three and a half million dollars. We're getting to the point where an eighteen hundred square foot starter home in San Francisco could be three million bucks f states. That's just words designed to make the homeless thing that the people live in houses are going to be paying even more money. There's even going to be a new tax on gas extraction. Like, Cal farts? I'm just kidding. But there is going to be a tax on gas extraction. Six point two billion dollars worth of new tax increase proposals are pending. In a state that has such high levels of taxation already that it's one of the reasons why a lot of people are fleeing. No matter. How much they collect? It's never enough. If just a standing and all of this is predictable. But you know, what the story does in the LA times it blames all of this on Donald Trump. Every bit of this is blamed on the fact that Californians can no longer deduct more than ten thousand dollars of their state and federal taxes off their federal Bill. And so the state has to make up the revenue. So it's Donald Trump's full here is Mark in LaPorte, Indiana, great to have you. So high. Are you there testing three two one Mark? Are you there in the port, Indiana? He's not you know, that's just as well. Make sense take him seen profit break now. So that there's a decent amount of time left on.
"april tenth" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"By April tenth yesterday. Californian's must pay their local property taxes. Five days later is the deadline for filing state and federal income tax returns. Also, the state and the feds want any initial tax payment. That's required on current earnings. Like if you file quarterly so tax collectors in California. Get three swings at the population. In April alone in the first two weeks. It's a perfect storm for millions of Californians because of the federal tax overhaul and acted in twenty seventeen for the first time deductions for state and local taxes on federal returns are limited ten grand at a lot less than Californians have been deducting this in the past. So because of all of this, and because of the general tendency of liberals do assume that everybody wants to pay more for a government to give away more money to people aren't paying anything. A new Bill rolling through the California assembly would authorize are you ready for this? You know, what Lombard street, and San Francisco is it's that snake shaped road that is a big tourist attraction. It's used in a lot of movies. A Bill would authorize San Francisco turn on barred street into a tourist attraction and a toll road that would require reservations. You think there's a traffic jam just now people want to imagine having to make reservations, and then pay a double tax reserve it and then attacks just to drive down Lombard street. There's a whole bunch of new taxes that are being debated in Sacramento. New tires taxes on guns taxes on water taxes on prescription painkillers taxes on the lawyers taxes on car batteries, new taxes on corporations based on their CEO pay new taxes on a states worth more than three and a half million outlook. There isn't an estate in California where three and a half million dollars. We're getting to the point where an eighteen hundred square foot starter home in San Francisco could be three million bucks at states. That's just words designed to make the homeless thing that the people live in houses are going to be paying even more money. There's even going to be a new tax on gas extraction. Like, Cal farts? I'm just kidding. But there is going to be a tax on gas extraction. Six point two billion dollars worth of new tax increase proposals are pending. In a state that has such high levels of taxation already that it's one of the reasons why a lot of people are fleeing. No matter. How much they collect? It's never enough. If just the standing and all of this is predictable. But you know, what the story does store in the LA times it blames all of this on Donald Trump. Every bit of this is blamed on the fact that Californians can no longer deduct more than ten thousand dollars of their state and federal taxes off their federal Bill. And so the state has to make up the revenue. So it's Donald Trump's full here is Mark in LA Porte, Indiana, great to have you. So high. Are you there testing three two one Mark? Are you there in the port, Indiana? He's not you know, that's just as well. Make sense take the obscene profit break now. So that there's a decent amount of time left on the others. Courage to fight and talent to succeed..
"april tenth" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
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"april tenth" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"To April tenth a Wednesday here on daybreak. Hopefully, it's a good day for you in the start of it, seventy means watching your traffic. We're going to hear from her in a moment on any issues you need to avoid before leaving the house forecast time Marcus Bailey joins us now fifty one that's about the same. We started yesterday when he close, although I don't think it'll be quite as bright as what we want today. It was awesome. Blue sky was just brilliant really was really was going to be the best day of the week. Now, we kind of have a host of changes really in it starts today. And maybe a bumpy ride over the next couple of days. So let's get you out the door here this morning right now in the metro were dry. And I think for the most part we say pretty quiet around the bus stop the times here between the top of the hour and eight o'clock hovering right around fifty degrees. I think we'll call the partly to mostly cloudy sky. However, there are a few blips on radar specifically south of Indy. You got a few light showers down around Bloomington and Bedford. You also have a few showers around the area, and that expands the east central Illinois. So this band is going to continue to move along the east now the flow of everything's kind of south and east with this entire line itself will move eastbound. And so I do think we'll see a few of these light showers here eventually by middle. Portions of the morning around the metro area quiet start here this morning. We're fifty two officially at the airport. If there was any hang up about yesterday. It was a bit breezy, and we're still feeling that here this morning winds out of the north and northwest at around fourteen miles per hour. We're going to call it a cloudy day and again, those rain chances especially around the metro through mid to late morning, forty nine eight o'clock fifty four at noon and sixty four by four o'clock. So we're running a little bit cooler. We're still made it in the upper sixties yesterday. I think we're gonna be hard pressed to get their low fifties up north low sixties here there could be a few areas that around seventy down to the south just the beginning of some big changes. Maybe some strong storms setting away on Thursday a full-time table. My storm track forecast coming your way in just a few minutes. Stephanie. All right. Thank you. Driving this morning. We're dealing with a bit of maintenance work on the north side. So just use caution. They around ditch road along I four sixty five heading eastbound this picture coming in from the North Slope. Here this morning, I seventy near I sixty five and we're seeing a lot of commuters out just a little bit past five thirty here this morning, and luckily, we're not contending with a whole lot of rain showers closer to home might be a different story for folks just west of us, but fairly quiet here. Downtown Indianapolis, we have two issues right now. I one here's our mobile. News track was at this event earlier. This is a long ten and tuxedo street. We have partial closures here long ten straight especially heading eastbound here this morning. Ten street is blocked.
"april tenth" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Resigns, I'm an charac Fox News Kirstin Nielsen is leaving April tenth Kevin McLean ahead of the US customs and border protection becomes the acting. Secretary secretary Nielsen visited the border city of El Paso, Texas last week. Fox's Casey Siegel on what she did during the visit stop here in the L Paso sector, specifically where she met with not only top brass in the region and the sector, but also boots on the ground. She went to a international crossing bridge. Not this one there are several in El Paso, but she went to one of those and sold the slowdown in the commercial traffic that we've been talking about coming into the United States, then she had a meeting at the Paso Border Patrol sector office. President Trump confirmed the resignation and replacement in a pair of tweets late Sunday thanking the secretary for her service, President Trump has repeated the country is full threatening to close the southern. Border New Mexico. Congressman Ben Ray luanne declaring on Fox News Sunday. It's a humanitarian crisis thanks to the president's policy about why these bonds are fleeing with their children they're terrified that they're going to be killed murdered rate. Seven hundred fifty border agents were redeployed to the southern border to help with security border patrol agents, say apprehensions or at a record high with more than four thousand illegal immigrants caught trying to cross the US in just one day last month. Three black churches have burned in less than two weeks in south Louisiana. The burnings now are labeled suspicious by investigators refire in ten days all churches with predominantly black congregations at all in the same Louisiana parish church. Members reported the first fire on March twenty sixth and since then two more have burned thirty say, they don't know yet. What caused the fires, but they're treating each one as a crime.
"april tenth" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The IRS turnover. President Trump's to axe returns. I asked ABC's John Parkinson if the president has to comply. I think we're not gonna see it by chairman Neal's deadline, which is April tenth in about a week. You know, I think it's unlikely that the IRS producing these documents to determine Neil deck quickly. And at some point, you know, the the committee would have to release them publicly if they did get from the IRS, and that's really take aways down the road, especially if the president has expect, you know challenges this legally last night, he said he's not inclined to to provide these documents, but it's really not up to him documents should be held in the IRS database. So they hold six years of tax returns for every taxpayer. And so the chairman's hope is that the IRS will just simply run a query on their database, and then let him review these documents. And what are the chances? That we're going to see something by the deadline. It's moving very fast. I think that you know, this this request. They'd set a deadline for April tenth and the IRS Commissioner could easily do this right? He could run a query on his database and provide these documents at least to the chairman, maybe in a in a sensitive setting where they go into a close room, and he's not allowed to take its phone in there or anything like that make copies. I think it's unlikely that they would just simply, you know, forward on a PDF of all these documents. So that you know, they can be forwarded with the click of a mouse, you know, two members of congress or forwarded onto the Presley to the press. So I think that's unlikely. But you know, maybe the chairman will see them in the coming days. I'm sure that the president and the Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin are both working to pressure. The IRS Commissioner not to do this. And I think the president, you know, is already, you know, especially that he's not inclined to cooperate. I I don't know they really he has a mechanism to block. Let's he for legal challenge. So it's really take in the IRS Commissioner's court right now. That's ABC news. John Parkinson reporting south bend, Indiana. Mayor Pete boot edge is teasing about a big announcement later this month, which could Mark his entry into the democratic presidential race..
"april tenth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
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"april tenth" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
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"april tenth" Discussed on Z104
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"april tenth" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The Montgomery County school system so much for school starting after Labor Day in Maryland, the houses joined the Senate effort to hand control of school calendars back to local school boards move that governor Larry HOGAN calls politics at its worst HOGAN, of course, is a champion for starting school after Labor Day. Lawmakers have also passed a measure to make Maryland the seventh state to allow applicants to put Xs their gender on driver's licenses. And one other possible showdown is brewing in Annapolis over the minimum wage. The Senate gave initial approval raising the wage to fifteen dollars an hour by twenty twenty-five. Governor HOGAN says that'll make Maryland less competitive with its neighbors. The minimum minimum wage is currently under nine dollars in Virginia, Pennsylvania, Delaware and West Virginia. And HOGAN is threatening veto a DC employees accused of trading about one point four million dollars worth of welfare benefits for sexual favors in nearly four hundred thousand dollars in cash Dimitrius McMillan who works for the department of human services is set to make a plea in the case today, another former employees was convicted last month of taking more than four hundred thousand dollars from the food stamp program and putting it into a fraudulent account in two thousand seventeen it's been a decade now, but the Maryland suburbs are still feeling the impacts from the great recession ever since the recession suburban Maryland has seen subdued job growth. According to dinette Chapman with a Stephen fuller institute. A new study by the. Pines the lingering effects have put the area behind northern Virginia and DC when it comes to job growth. Montgomery and Frederick have been adding about half the rate of the the job growth in DC and northern Virginia. Amazon's HQ could help Maryland Amazon will have spillover effects, by the way, there's spillover effects distributed across the region is still a little bit up in the air Heather Curtis sound WMA, L dot com. There's a bad batch of synthetic marijuana making the rounds on the streets of DC and city officials are warning users to be careful medics have responded to dozens of overdose cases this week that mirror the effect of k two spice and other forms of synthetic drugs. At least three people were killed in similar cases last year. Metro is exploring options to give discounted rides too. Late night workers who cannot use the trains natural says it seeking request proposals to provide a system that would allow the transit agency to pay the first three dollars of a taxi or ridesharing fair for those working in the hospitality and healthcare industries who work past metros closing time. The service would be offered between midnight and four AM seven nights a week RFP's are due by April tenth with.
"april tenth" Discussed on Latino USA
"At the time. Live broadcast journalism was taking off in the United States. So cameraman and television reporters were on the scene and the viewers watched with the family as their house turned into rubble. The broadcast of these images on national television live images on national television left. Of very bitter legacy of racial tension between L as Mexican American community and the Los Angeles Dodgers. And this is the the legacy of conflict upon which Dodger Stadium was built. Three years an eighteen million dollars later Dodger Stadium opened its doors on April tenth nineteen sixty two. Nineteen sixty two that day Angeles. Dodgers lost six three to the Cincinnati Reds. The month out of the man we heard from at the beginning of the story whose dad gave him dodgers jacket. He and most of his family live only minutes away from Dodger Stadium, which stands reminder of the shady dealings violin fiction. His grandparents his mom. She was about eight at the time her siblings left their home in nineteen fifty nine right before the victims became violent and out of all the memories be sent his grandmother shared with him the night, his family decided to leave their home always stands out, the most they were discussing what would the options either we leave because they're going to bring force in. They were already threatening them with the sheriffs. So my grandparents said, you know, we got kids, and they said, look there's only one option we can do is if we pick up and just give it to them. My grandparents have always told me that we can never use the word compensation because in the sense of compensation. They were would have been given fair market value. What they were given where peanuts, and that's what they use peanuts. It was never to justify what the property was worth. They never became homeowners. Again. Because we owned our home. They really thought that they had a piece of the American. And what they really found out is that it wasn't. It was an illusion for them because the American dream had laws and some of these laws were like intimate domain and intimate domain is what took their dream away from. Eventually his grandparents settled in echo park, where you sent the grew up a few miles west of their original home, his grandparents are now in their nineties, and he's still learning new stories about the old neighborhood be sent us a founding member of buried under the blue an organization, that's dedicated to.