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Keep an eye on the labor force participation rate
"It's entirely possible likely. Even the things are worse than the very bad numbers are already telling us from American public media. This is marketplace in Los Angeles. I'm Kai Ryssdal. It is Thursday today the last day of the craziest full month. This economy has seen. Maybe ever good to have you along everybody. There will be in the first few minutes of the program today. Some math and I apologize. I know that's not why you're here. But this morning's news that another three point eight million people filed for unemployment benefits in the past week more than thirty million since early March pledges. Us DO SOME CALCULATIONS. So here we go. The unemployment rate before the bottom fell out of this economy was three point. Five percent that went up to four point four percent in March next Friday morning. We get the April number and as marketplace's Mitchell Hartman reports. It is almost certainly going under shoot. How many people are really out of work? I asked several economists. How high they think unemployment is right now. The average around twenty percent but the official number for April won't capture a lot of people not working because of the pandemic take fifty two year old Brian Forester of Tulsa. I finally got through to the Oklahoma unemployment commission. I'm kind of on. Hold with them right now. Yeah he took my call while a state worker checked on his appeal for jobless benefits foresters out of work and has no income but he wouldn't be counted as unemployed by the Labor Department because he's not actively looking for work he had a job lined up with the Census Bureau. But it's been put on hold. They're really not a lot of jobs out there available right now. That's what I've been doing is basically cooling my hails. So what's a better measure of unemployment Bill Rodgers former chief economist at the Labor Department suggests the labor force participation rate its share of the civilian population. That is either working or they say that they're actually searching for a job. Roger says a sharp decline in labor force participation will show the true scale of employment loss. It's also capturing people who may have gotten discouraged has there aren't jobs in the world of Cova. They're concerned about if they work. They can get sick. The Congressional Budget Office predicts labor force participation will fall to just under sixty percent the lowest since the early one thousand nine hundred seventies. The hope is that as people return to work. Participation will start rising again but there are signs of unease among American workers bank rates Mark Hamrick sites a recent survey fifty seven percent or moderately to extremely concerned about their job security and those least likely to go back to work soon or have employers to go back to our in low-paid sectors like restaurants hotels nail and hair salons. I'm Mitchell Hartman for
"bill rodgers" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Next report is coming at six eighteen and breaking traffic alerts when they happen. Cherry. Thank you. And now let's get an update as to what's going to be going on with the weather for today. Here's NBC fives, kisha burns, we'll see a mix of sun and clouds to start your day on Saturday by the afternoon. Be prepared for a few showers could be scattered in nature. But a few storms will be capable of producing a quick, downpour gusty winds and hail can be a possibility. Highs will be around ninety three for your Saturday, Sunday will offer a, dry, start to the morning by a few pop-up showers and storms in the afternoon. Temperatures will be little bit cooler for Sunday in the upper eighties as we head into Monday. We're turning mostly cloudy with a high around ninety one low storm chances will stay with us through much of next week. I'm NBC five whether expert kisha burn and checking some of the temperatures from around the area Arlington reporting cloudy skies, right down to seventy seven degrees, Dallas, cloudy and seventy nine and at Fort Worth Meacham field. It is cloudy, also. Seventy six degrees, seventy seven now here at NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. Welcome to the KRLD, Saturday morning news. I'm Mark Willis. Thanks for tuning into the program of a stretch of seventy five has been renamed Wanner officer, David Sherrod, who was killed in the line of duty in February of last year. Bill Rodgers the president of the Richardson. Police citizens. Police academy alumni association.
"bill rodgers" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Officer david gerard who was killed in the line of duty in february of last year state representative jeff leach sponsor the bill to rename that part of the highway for him but public funds aren't being used to create the new highway signs so the richardson police citizen academy alumni association is calling for donations from the community to help cover the cost which text dot estimates will be just over twenty four thousand dollars here's bill rodgers we're trying to involve community in the separate and we relax to get as many people in the community donating to this project is awful rather than binding one corporation or one well individual to underwrite the entire thing we think it would mean more to the community if we had a broad basis for this and any excess funds will go to the richardson police officer memorial that's under construction right now we have a link to that go fund me on our website at k._r._l._d. dot com a dallas man on trial for murder takes off before the verdict comes down and according to the dallas county district attorney's office prosecutors learned the twenty five year old renee cut he'll cut off his electric like monitor wednesday night took off the u._s. marshall service issued a warrant for him and are searching for him now despite that fact in he wasn't in court cardio was found guilty of murder and handed down a ninety nine year prison sentence for the twenty seventeen murder of a man he got into an argument with at the club when cutty oh is captured he'll start serving his sentence and we'll face additional felony charges for fleeing and bail jumping we have his picture on our website k._r._l._d. dot com coming up traffic and weather together on the.
"bill rodgers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The team again. Well, we're good. It's good to have you here. This is my first year. So show me the ropes as we go along. All right. Wanna talk a little bit about what? This weather does sure to the course. Yeah. When you know all base hit Boston, weather's has a major impact. There's so many possibilities today. At least that thunderstorms have moved off. And we're going to have temperatures probably in the mid sixties with a lot of humidity. Now lot of studies have shown elite runners run fastest when it's about forty nine degrees. The masses run best at about fifty one. You know, slower runners are always affected a little bit more with whatever the weather is wind is a major issue. Always at the Boston marathon, two point to point course. So a tailwind which we're looking at today at least win south southwest off the back of the shoulder of the runner a tailwind helps but not as much as a headwind hurts and we've seen that. So you know, you can't get away from that Boston is run during our windiest month of April and APRIL's wind. Jan. Clearly southeast ahead win. I think the runners today are very very lucky. So it's nothing like last year. Oh, man. That was something else. It isn't. But you know, as a Bill Rodgers Boston Billy has said running is the ultimate outdoor sport. And again today by just prove that meteorologist Eric Fisher from WBZ TV who by the way is running the race. Again this year he tweets out that rain has left. The course and will not be back until later on this afternoon. So that is good news. How much does the humidity play into into the runner's mindset today? I think the humidity is a big factor. Some of your runners they're going to do better with humidity. And we'll get into that. There is one runner who has won the Honolulu marathon a couple of times he's used to that. He runs well in that for others. You know, you're sweating. You're sweating. The humidity doesn't like a allow. That sweat to dissipate to cool you as much so when you finally run out of your fluids in your tank. You know, that's when you start to feel that dehydration. It's not easy under any circumstances. Especially for me twenty six point two miles. I'm an awe every year at the starting line WBZ's Carl Stevens is joining us now live good morning, Carl just a few minutes away. And you know, what's funny about this particular location? This morning is that in the span of about two hours. We have gone from the worst weather of March to a beautiful spring day in may right now this son is picking down on us here. Above the starting line in Hopkinton. The crowd has gathered. There weren't many people here for the start of the wheelchair race shortly after nine o'clock. But as the sun came out as the rain stop the people came out, and so they're here to cheer on these races. We're going to have the start of the women's race here shortly after nine thirty. So it's turning into at least what is like in Boston right now right now here in it's a pretty nice day only in greater Boston. Right carl. Thank you very much. Now, we've got reporters all along the route. We're going to go to W. ABC's.
"bill rodgers" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"Okay. Let's jump right back into the conversation. All right. So okay. So high school to college, and then you fell in love with learning more of the mechanical parts of the brain and the biochemist or not even the truck. You see I wanted to have that in my back pocket. I thought I could to say I don't know anyone that has it down. Oh my goodness. What are some things? Now. Let's not let's tie this into focus. What are you coming to understand about focus now, maybe we can just kind of dive into your your work for driven to distraction one of your books. Yeah. Game changer. Yeah. That was that was a big game ginger. Okay. So does an athlete. I came to Boston right in the middle back to Boston from university of Pittsburgh medical school night. And I came back to a gun into the residency at mass minimum and everybody was running. It was marathon city because of the Bill Rodgers in the marathon Boston marathon was just booming and everybody literally up sixty percent of my classmates were running. Okay. And they never had run before a lot of you know. And so. So everybody was into that. So. The big game ginger from me was this one patient who was a MacArthur fellow. It'd been a Harvard junior fellow which is like four a year, which means you come to Arvin, you do whatever the hell you want and they pay for you forever. If you want, you know, and they just it's like, yeah. And he's Benchley MacArthur fellow anyway, he had a position here's a professor both at MIT end at Harvard. And you heard me I was already interested in ADD because I was seeing. Anyway, I seen kids being taken off their re Ritalin basically when they were sixteen because everybody at that time people felt when it's after sixteen you'll use it as a substance abuse. It'll be an abusive substance. So they took people off of it. They really did. Right. I mean, this is true. So I was beginning to see this in the hospital of these weird cases at no in could control and and putting them on Ritalin in it could help. And so I was beginning to talk about it a lot. And I went to this cocktail party. I was talking to it in the sky heard me, and he said, can I come see you? So here's his story. He had been an athlete a marathon all of his life all of his life you'd start running when he was a kid ran across country. And then started doing marathons was a member of the Boston athlete association running team. You know, I mean was down to the seconds for his miles. You know that kind of thing and he got hurt his knee. So he's had stop running. And you got depressed came into depression. Got better came to me after that. And he said, I think I have adult onset eighty DEA said he said, I have never been like this. I can't get started. I procrastinate a don't answer the phone. I forget things I'm rude. A mean to people, and I don't, you know, I'm going to lose my girlfriend because you know, it's like never happened before. And and a big part of that was that he wasn't moving self medicating threats yet. Absolutely. So that this is one thousand nine hundred one got up because that's a really common thought now. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Pretty much based on your work. Yeah. So it it was really like oh my God. You know? I mean, here's this MacArthur fellow because they were like, you know, unbelievable heroes, and and in he couldn't he couldn't produce anymore because he wasn't running. So that that me into both the ADD which was huge, obviously, if so big in my life and also also passion and awareness of how exercise might play a role in mental health in in our health in general, and if he did a quick synopsis, what are what are some of those solid findings or thoughts that you have about attention for performance in attention in for health. What are some of those basic attention for performances, it it's to perform well, you really have to have attention. I mean, there's just no way..
"bill rodgers" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria
"You had a long association with him from his time as vice president ties and our to the White House and one of the things I took from reading bit player was a sense of Richard Nixon in three dimensions. I mean time is turned him into a caricature in some ways and tournament to a human and all his dimensions. Oh boy. Was he a complicated, man and say's complicated to me? So if that gets across you see these bits of Richard Nixon that you probably hadn't thought about certainly strange part about it is when I was on the White House staff or Eisenhower, I did not know Richard Nixon the vice president because he was rarely there. It really wasn't until the Carter administration when Fritz Mondale vice president had an office in the White House that was a blended. Otherwise, Nixon's office was in the capital, and he really came over for things like the national security meeting. Or the cabinet me. So I did not know him. And the first time I met him was actually in nineteen sixty one when he came to Washington his law firm at that time didn't even have a Washington office. He actually is given a room and Bill Rodgers office who had been the attorney general and call me in to see what I might be helping him with. I was going to help him with a series of articles for the Saturday being post, and I call him he was to write for the Los Angeles Times syndicate. So it's clear that he liked that little newsletter. I had vid sending him because he had spent virtually all his life since he left the Davy in Washington. And this was the gossip of Washington, he went to California, and it was not the gossip of California. Fact, he was said to be later he said, oh, if I have to play golf one more time with Randy sky. Remember Randy Scott was cowboy movie star? I'll go out of my mind. So he likes that. But then about these letters that I was sending him that he might wish to sign which actually is in how are loved and was signing. And I was getting comments all around Washington for people. So I just got the nicest though, from the general Eisenhower after he left the White House preferred to be called the general, but Nixon said to me oh, stop sending me those letters. I don't really want to be remembered as somebody who remembers people's birthday, and I was stunned by this. Remember nineteen fifty two. This ticket had been put together because Eisenhower was the non-politician and Nixon was the politician. And yet here what I was dealing with both. It was Eisenhower who is the politician Nixon the unpolished Titian at this update in that in their history. Particularly Eisenhower who turned out to be incredibly successful as a politician by playing the role of the non-politician. Okay. So by experience that point with Nixon starts to become. Deeper and more elaborate as I start to help him with his speeches and his articles, which becomes a very good experience for me with highs. It how're I was really part of a process. I wrote the speech typically as I swear in the book Balcon, moose, Malcolm, moose and sent it to the president. I was not working directly with Eisenhower. But with Nixon the two of us working together, it was a very comfortable collaboration, obviously his speeches, but we worked out together collaboration. That's interesting. Was it was it was a good collaboration. There was another part of the collaboration, which is very interesting another bit where we don't think of Nixon in this sense. We never had a contract. Remember, Nixon might write an article for the Saturday post. Let's say I'm not sure of this. Let's say they paid him ten thousand dollars which would be fifty thousand dollars today if I had written that article that you'd be thousand dollars, but what Nixon got the check very often. He just split it half. And I can remember saying to him dick, you're paying me too much. And he was in barest by this. He said it's shock on the Senate. Well, I just have to give it to the IRS. And this is a person who very often with thought of of cheap. Right. Yeah. There was that generosity of him. That really jumped out at me..
"bill rodgers" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"White sox was very good in the field but hadn't hadn't done much damage at the plate but something has snapped and you know he's a guy was a good hitter in college and he seems to have found some confidence found something with a stroke and he's taking over at shortstop right now all right it is now august the first bill rodgers joins us chicago tribune covering for this weekend it's august the first where's manny machado that's a great question this doesn't sound right but i wouldn't be surprised if he's a los angeles dodger i might make them the front on you know i think the dodgers are gonna have to make an improvement i i would still bet the dodgers find a way to get to the postseason they historically with andrew friedman in charge not made a lot of prospect trades but they have the capital and i feel like they're going to be feeling the stress down the stretch to try to try to load up and not just make the playoffs you know continue their push to win a world series with clayton kershaw so i would put them as as my front runners but there's going to be a lot of teams involved chasing him he's been very clear i'm interested to see this he's he has always been consistent and and his agency insane where we're gonna reach free agency were not going to give a team seventy two hour window to trade for us and sign machado to an extension but that really is gonna hurt his value and i just kinda wonder if possibly you know we might see that waiver and if so then all of a sudden man you're gonna have all these teams that didn't spend money last year we're going to be trying to find a way to trade for machado and and sign him as a as a head start on next winter's crazy free agent market wow wow what a day what a day where we've got quite a month ahead of his or two months ahead of us chicago baseball always a lot of fun phil thanks so much in love chatting with you and take care.
"bill rodgers" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"White sox was very good in the field but hadn't done much damage at the plate but something has snapped and him and he's a guy was a good hitter in college and he seems to have found some confidence found something with a stroke and he's taking over at shortstop right now all right it is now august the first bill rodgers joins us chicago tribune covering for this weekend it's august the first where's manny machado that's a great question this doesn't sound right but i wouldn't be surprised if he's a los angeles dodger i might make them the front on you know i i think the dodgers are gonna have to make an improvement i still bet the dodgers find a way to get to the postseason they've historically with andrew friedman in charge not made a lot of prospect trades but they haven't the capital and i feel like they're going to be feeling the stress down the stretch to try to try to load up and not just make the playoffs but you know continue their push to win a world series with clayton kershaw so i would put them as as my chart writers but there's gonna be a lot of teams involved chasing him he's been very clear i'm interested to see this he's he has always been consistent and and his agency insane where we're gonna reach free agency were not going to give team a seventy two hour window to trade for us and sign machado to an extension but that really is gonna hurt his value and i just kinda wonder if possibly you know we might see that waiver and if so then all of a sudden man you're gonna have all these teams that didn't spend money last year we're gonna try and find a way to trade for machado and sign him as a as a head start on next winter is crazy three agent market wow wow what a day what a day where we've got quite a month ahead of us or two months ahead of us chicago baseball always a lot of fun phil thanks so much in love chatting with the and take care all right thanks a lot.
"bill rodgers" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"That's where he'll be honored with his last call it's been busy twenty four hours for firefighters here all across central indiana cruise across the city have been responding to three major fire so there is a million dollar fire at a home up in carmel too big apartment fires one on the northeast side one down in greenwood officials there in greenwood believed that mulch near the building may have caught fire several fire departments in the area are now reminding people with the warm mainly dry weather these are some things you can do to prevent future fires officials say be careful when throwing out any products that have been on fire like cigarettes or charcoal if a fire starts you need to kyle nine one one immediately don't try to put it out yourself officials say even if the fire is small they would rather the fire founders come and check it out to make sure it's put out properly all right before they can cross the finish line they have to make sure that they are ready for the race for many five hundred festival mini marathon runners that means taking it easy today ahead of tomorrow's race but fifty thousand running enthusiasts are heading to the convention center for the five hundred festival mini marathon expo and that's where we find good morning indiana's aaron list this morning hey erin hey guys so the expo it opens up at ten am those runners that love i guess to run they'll be here but the people are trying to get into running this could be a good place to we have sabrina lists with us now there are four big name runners coming here that people can end up seeing who are they yes so therefore the greatest runners our generations of frank shorter who won the first mini marathon bill rodgers who on the second mini marathon mad clusky who's knows probably the greatest one of our generation and alexi pappas and mad in particular has such a great message for people that are interested and they want to get started and running he's inspirational it'd be a good good opportunity to come out and get excited now the doors open at ten everything's free windy day end up getting to come out here and talking yes so we'll have a panel of four of them that will start eleven am and then starting at noon we will have a rotation of them they'll be doing meet and greet for everyone they can check indie mini dot.
"bill rodgers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Twotime us olympic marathoner in one thousand nine hundred fifty six thousand nine hundred sixty and his influence led burfoot to take up the marathon while he was a senior in college perfect was the roommate and teammate of bill rodgers wbz news time nine thirty to a crash involving two police officers and two police cruisers i should say since three boston police officers to the hospital with minor injuries that crash happened shortly after two o'clock yesterday morning near the downtown crossing area one cruiser was responding to a call and another was transporting a suspect that suspect was not injured the officers were treated and released from the hospital because of the crash is still under investigation and time now for traffic and weather together on the threes wbz news time coming up on nine thirty three let's send it over to rob hackler sherry we're going to start down the cape that's been seeing the delays building for the last half hour or so the sega more bridge is down to just one lane in both directions has for a long term maintenance project so that restrictions out there twenty four seven one lane heading on and off the cape not say any delays really getting on the cape but trying to get off cape it is over a mile and a half issue squeezed down to just one lane sal again the delays are just trying to merge into that restriction no problems over the bourne bridge right now twenty four and ninety five moore okay to and from rhode island and one twenty eight looks good through needham and denim the expressway is fine both ways downtown boston the lower deck say kim and leverett connector okay not seeing any big delays over the tobin bridge as we take a look at the iran north of town we did have a crash clearing ninety five south in the area coming out.
"bill rodgers" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"For joining us i'm roberta just saying i'm tom jordan these are the top stories at nine fifty one the us is kicking out sixty russians from the us in response to the poisoning of an ex by in britain forty eight from moscow's embassy here in washington and another twelve are at russia's un mission in new york cbs has more a hack orange snow has fallen and portions of eastern europe after a rare meeting of siberia and the sahara meteorologists say the snow from siberia collided with dust filled wind from the sahara desert in africa some skiers have posted photos on social media joking they were on mars not a mountain a once powerful gun maker files for bankruptcy one hundred year old remington has filed for bankruptcy protection rimington knicks the bushmaster semiautomatic that was used in the two thousand twelve sandy hook school massacre experts say the mass shootings since sandy hook not the reason gun sales are down overall they say sales surged in two thousand sixteen on fears that hillary clinton might win the election and moved to restrict gun ownership donald trump's election left gun owners reassured that will not happen on his watch vicki barker cbs news this is detroit skills i'm tom jordan companies innocence he's divided man i am the genoa township supervisor and i am also a residential builder bill rodgers has both a businessman and a politician in both worlds he needs skilled workers absolutely since the what he calls the michigan depression don't kid yourself it wasn't depression the uptick in the need for skilled trades workers is plainly obvious plumbers electricians heating and cooling construction dry waller's painters genoa townships plan growth over.
"bill rodgers" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Good evening i'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show writes a wide fighting with tom joscelyn and bill roggio the foundation for the defense of democracy their both senior research fellow zan we berry careful al their explications of this vast canvas the war against the cutthroats in particular al qaeda this is the grandfather father organization of the hottest and yet we now see that after isis demanded headlines and much attention political obtain for years that al qaeda is in pace and soundly in place in unusual venues making advances the us is responding but you have to open the question that shebab or al qaeda the arabian peninsula or alqaeda in the islamic mcgrath all those innovations are much more powerful than they were when the us and russia turn it's a tent their attention to isis now in retreat we begin with bill rodgers report on a new video it's available on long war journal website i recommended for those interested in the scale of the alqaeda offensive this video is from a somali military base being overrun by chabab i'll chabab which is firmly and al qaeda operation bill a very good evening to you this video is impressive in that it looks like chabab has small arms training and advances very steadily against a fixed position at up before dawn this raid looks like it went out about first light nate take place and what are they want us to make of this video good evening to you bill good evening john really is a disturbing video uh yes it is an el al qaeda's branch in somalia the attack us space occurred in early september was september ii and they did it just like uh all the other jihadist groups do they taliban they've got human ghani network alqaeda okay days and yet leaving peninsula these lami state uh the law they use a suicide bomb in a car the blow a hole in the into the wall or at the main gate and then they're fighters uh attack the base and storm it uh in this case ah the again this took place in somalia outside the.
"bill rodgers" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Wiping joe montana who bihar okay there's no doubt about that when they raided the corbett rojkov at the macarthur it was it was a postal nice any eight oh ho okay okay um bill rodgers probably hit be up a little higher i noted deal in the deal of all the guy win championships and all that i get all that need dan marino want me equally good is eating one you know i i just think that sometimes you get caught up in you know the guy win multiple trophy onto going against you'll some of these guys actually played against and uh you know watching them play the game the coach and gives somebody get but i think montana obviously you know he was will heed the special that were hurt one guy is not on the list that i feel should be on this lewis is oh well that's that's a whole never got another com says he's nowhere he they utility warren moon is better are as good as drew brees just because he to win a championship or dan found yet for it and after prob see in there lies the problem you know how you know it do you know you win a championship all of a sudden you name panicos up in there and rightly so but but yeah warren moon who's know if he got on that list obviously golden look how many was what he had to go through to get the job and then you know pulu fell in in only it could mean that they're just.
"bill rodgers" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"I'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show bill rodgers on sunday marcus keeps long war journal with his colleagues tom joscelyn and others we go night now to us african command africom because there is significant fighting going on all the time with els chabab shabaab is an integral part of the jihadists there are linked to the worst acts in east africa and bill is reporting on a us self defense strike this is bq your language it reminds me of a protective reaction strikes from the vietnamera language by any other means bill a very good evening to you why do we require self defense in quotes when we're dealing with an alqaeda branch in somalia good evening to you good evening john yet i i do appreciate that you picked up on that and use the the vietnam analogy it's really it it silly and useless i don't understand why afc africom is continuing to do this what they're doing is they're claiming they're launching these offensive act russian uh what they're doing it for defensive purposes and and i realize that that could be somewhat true but the reality is launching offensive action against shabaab in shabaab held territory and are targeting troop formations their targeting i d factory these are targeting logistic knows and instead of calling the calling the airstrikes or offensive strikes or whatever their hiding behind this terminology that into that into that began under the obama administration in the sky bombing ministration didn't want to appear like it was expanding the war against your hot as in africa up to have a hot were in in afghanistan that wanted to extracted from in the war in islam estate iraq and syria what we're really doing as we are fighting a low intensity warfare with a an organization that is part of a global ambition to destroy a dominate so it's not a minor war it's not like we're doing it with one hand this is africom your measure of this what you'd have to say slow pace every six months we get a major row a major report how do they make their decision wendy shoot and when not too yeah that's a it's a really good question in.
"bill rodgers" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"I'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show tom joscelyn senior fellow at the foundation for the defense of democracy keeps long war journal with his colleague bill rodgers here to report on isis very active in these last days around july fourth we are going immediately to syria the the focus of a conversation between the president of russia and the president of the united states announcing a ceasefire in southwest syria however now we're going to know assad north east syria this part of syria next to the other battle of these last months is called it live province and thomas reply according on a gangs versus gangs in italy province that has lasting significance because it dates from the early days the split between alqaeda or is it a many iterations the alnusra fraud and isis or what remains rump isis in it live tom a very good evening to you this a row of battled that you report a campaign against the islamic state is this a break from the past is this something significantly new good evening to you don't even know the islamic state has fought a rival jihadist including the group formerly known as another front which until last year was openly apart of alqaeda quite often routinely basically since late two thousand thirteen and the latest campaign is by a group known as high at threeall shaam which is easy assembly for the liberation lafont and what they're claiming and sync with assembly include the group formerly known as on those are front and so what does assemblies claiming is that they've crackdown on all the cell throughout.
"bill rodgers" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Cbs here's to be mcdonald rogers for mamale v dot com comment on who will cubs baseball with this yes the cubs played their eighty first game of the season today and the loss of cincinnati reds took all to forty and forty one so the british the first tap under five hundred there is cause for concern in chicago at least that's the way i look at it built said that bear brunch cub brands spill living off the bat of the land from my if you're championship and aren't is worried is made they should be fun conversation and the cubs will be fun to watch him the second half of the season and yes i'm a huge the oab steam pran i'm big joe mad do i think the cubs will be aggressive in getting to first place yes no one is run away with the beijing the brewers more power to the matter a real nice i may be a bit of a surprise i tap put their backup by three and not division and the cardinals who have been a disappointment are only one gabon got instead are about the cubs took her again montefibre but the brewers are only three games adam will the carnival pretty good i thought the card is going to be good i picked the cardinals either wildcard deemed that year they not played well the only game behind cops so if you're going to say well we'll just get it together with the cardinals could get it together do god france so the nl central going to be pretty interesting by thank bill rodgers for coming up we're moving over to the nl west next hour patrick's saunders from the denver post gonna join us talk will colorado rockies who had lost eight no roe until last night finally got back on winning ways so there too and eight near lay of ten and have dropped six games buying the dodgers don't think they're going to be catching a dodged what spell right much look like a wildcard team will have some rockies questions coming up next hour to patrick saunders but i do want to get back to the nba here this hour bowled by the way wide open phones we'll take your calls all our long no gets to plan so get aboard eight five five two one two for cbs.
"bill rodgers" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Influential conversations from bloomberg television here's vanni grim we're delighted to be joined by santoro thank you bill rodgers stress tests thanks for seven or eight this is what we are number ace for at this point are you obviously underwent them as well have they improved over there is i think the qualities improve ethic of you think about what stressed us for creative force created the to put capital into the system so i think a lot of ways bishen accomplished rider about our banks are almost twice as wellcapitalised us before the crisis but it's trust us aren't particularly good at helping optimize capital why is that because avenue learned over the years how to how to do that for yourself so i want you to know that is looking for your you might have overshot near three shells don't you know exactly how much capital it's not exactly because it's sort of a low common denominator cut a test so you don't really know what the end result is the imports change in the fed changes the model so little more transparency and and a little more back and forth i bet creates their ability to optimize capital little bit better do think after the series tests he'll be able to change your dividend or your you're shareholder return in some way or remember our banks are part of the qualitative anymore so that allows a little more flexibility firms how you manage capital so what will you do with your with your capitalist there we can't give you the answers we don't have all the answers process here but we what we committed as every year we front less five years would say were increase our return of showers and we've similar this year we plan increase that return here more interviews like this one on bloomberg television streaming live on bloombergcom emblem of bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings back global news 24 hours a day bloombergcom delayed year plus mobile app on your radio this is a bloomberg business flash from lou butts.
"bill rodgers" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"View influential conversations from bloomberg television here's vanni grim we're delighted to be joined by santoro thank you bill rodgers the stress tests thanks for seven or eight this is what you're number ace for at this point you you obviously underwent them as well and have improved over there is i think the qualities improve ethic of you think about what trust us for creative force crave the to put capital into the system so i think a lot of ways mission accomplished right about our banks are almost twice as wellcapitalised us before the crisis but stressed us are particularly good at helping optimize capital why is that because avenue learned over the years how to how to do that for yourself so i want you to know looking for your you might have overshot near three under shot don't you know exactly how us capital it's not exactly because it's sort of a low common denominator cut a test so you don't really know what the end result is the inputs change in the fed changes the lot also little more transparency and a little more back and forth at that creates the ability to optimize capital little bit better do you think after the series test he'll be able to change your dividend or your you're shareholder at her in some way or remember our banks are part of the qualitative anymore so that allows a little more flexibility firms how you manage capital so what will you do with your with your capitalist there we can't give you the answers with all the answers process here but we what we've committed as every year we front last five years would say were increase our return of showers and we've of similar this year with plan increase that return here more interviews like this one on bloomberg village of streaming live on bloombergcom emblem of bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings business news twenty four hours a day for free book go all the way here plus mobile app on your radio this is a bloomberg business.