17 Burst results for "Bob Work"

"bob work" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:40 min | 2 months ago

"bob work" Discussed on WTOP

"WTO traffic setter at 8 6 6 three zero four two That's 8 6 6 three zero four two this is WTO pnews Double DOP news time now three 48 civilians fled intense fighting in eastern Ukraine over this past weekend as Russian and Ukrainian forces engaged in a grinding battle for key cities in the country's industrial heartland WTO national security correspondent JJ green reports this war is about to hit a pivotal point we're told Over the weekend the battle around severo nets continue to intensify In the coming weeks and months river crossing operations are likely to shape the direction of that conflict Ukrainian forces say I'm miscalculated in that time It's three 49 Let's check your traffic in other scenes All right traveling on the beltway right now on the avenue as you approach the exit for 66 west film that offering remains closed bob works in fall to post a detour rest of the beltway through Maryland and Virginia without issues 66 eastbound the work as you have east of notly street toward the beltway cleared however they still have the ramp to the inner loop of the beltway blocked as well as the left exit to the express lanes that also remains closed but again the through lanes between nutley street and the bow boy should now be completely reopened There was still working on 66 eastbound raw traffic was diverted into the service roadway at the fairfax county Parkway again followed the detour you ride that service roadway to rejoin 66 east beyond that work zone rich hunter W two heavy traffic We've got a strong system that's trying to move our way and there is some potential for some strong to severe storms on your Tuesday morning Keep a watchful eye to the sky when you're leaving the front door Make.

WTO JJ green severo nets Ukraine fairfax county Parkway Maryland bob Virginia
"bob work" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:43 min | 3 months ago

"bob work" Discussed on WTOP

"Spring AC tuna for only $49 I don't think it was on the 8th and when it breaks good morning to rich hunter and the WTO traffic center Hi good morning dean Some news over in Waldorf root 5 men and women beantown rode Nord found remains blocked at Acton lane but southbound traffic now gets by single file to the right as they continue to clean up and investigation of a serious crash medevac has since left the scene Now if you're traveling on 95 in Maryland southbound south of two 16 two left Flank sketch bob works on Baltimore Washington Parkway for now without issue both inside and outside the bellway two 70 southbound in the local lanes only as you approach montrose road single left lane gets you by beyond that no worries getting down to the splitter even beyond the split to both loops to develop your moving well on two 70 70 westbound and Howard county between Marriott's hill road and route 32 single left lane past the milling and paving On the bay bridge tonight westbound span blocked for overnight maintenance eastbound carries two way traffic one lane for each direction that traveled delays have been brief In Virginia 95 north found it again as you head north of exit one 40 through the exit for route one acquire all traffic diverted into the express lanes of montmartre one 45 due to the bridge workup near montmartre one 47 Again there are some delays getting into the diversion begin you're getting by single file to write in the express lanes and no toll charged as a result of the work tonight Can't find the new car you're looking for try fits where used car mixed to a new car a fits way car is best as it fits small dot com for a good car and a safe car you can trust that's the fits way rich hundred WTO traffic Cool temperatures to begin our Wednesday plenty of sunshine though and once again we're gonna see comfortable highs into the 70s this afternoon.

Baltimore Washington Parkway WTO Waldorf Howard county Maryland bob Marriott montmartre Virginia
"bob work" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"bob work" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"Thanks to Army chaplain Major General Donald L. Ruth of heard And also Deputy Secretary of Defense Bob Work. The story of Alonzo Cushing, a Medal of honor recipient. 151 years after the fact. And not a second too late. When we come back more of our Memorial Day celebration here. On our American stories. If you ever hired somebody to complete a job, and they just entirely dropped the ball Well, you don't need to worry about that. With Gary Ray Bine. He's a sponsor of our American stories and the presidents of Raben Group. Concrete and asphalt paving company that promises nothing short of world class work. We have to strive for world class. Ah, friend of mine had saw that we're paving a job and you pulled in and you start our team members and one guy said. Hey, man, you had some asphalt on the curb over there. You gotta sweep that up, guys. It's just a few pebbles. Come on. Goes. Look at that. Is that world class? If we think we're OK with that we're not world class. So again, my buddies that dear I can't believe I heard that's like whatever happened to go upon your job. I hear a guy saying this right, So we have a lot of fun building a great culture of people that care. People are accountable, passionate that are.

Gary Ray Bine Alonzo Cushing Raben Group Memorial Day Bob Work Donald L. Ruth 151 years one guy Major General Deputy Secretary of Defense American
"bob work" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"bob work" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Available today. My boss. Also cool, hosted the weekly Syria's two on two and back roads. He later headed a video production company and hosted Chicago works that cable news magazine produced by the mayor's press office. And 2019. He was inducted into the silver Circle of the Chicago Midwest chapter of the National Academy of Television, Arts and Sciences. Like a lot of people around here, I knew Bob Worked with him when I was a channel two. Back in the late eighties and the very gregarious guy, versatile reporter and anchor. And he liked to have fun, and he had a good time with his reports on Channel two, and I think that's one of the reasons everybody loved Bob and why he was so popular because he saw him. Out in about eating, drinking and having various adventures that we're all on Channel two. So very sad to hear about about this. I saw Bob at a think the last time I saw him was Had a channel to re union and he was same as always, in good spirits and good health and really sorry to hear about Bob passing away at the age of 80. After contracting covert 19. Very sad. Yeah, is, uh, a mainstay their channel two. What did I say? From 1972? 1991? That's that's a career. That is unbelievable. And I know when I came to Channel two and What year was that? 1980. You know Bob Was there doing these feature reports, And sometimes he would do an entertainment report as well. So when I got there, everybody said, although there's gonna be a lot of friction here. Wallace is not gonna like this, and he's going to feel like his territory is being infringed upon and let me tell you something. The guy couldn't have been nicer and more gracious, and I really enjoyed working with him and I I hope he and enjoyed working with me. But I'm really sorry to hear about Bob Wallace. Today. It's almost 6 44.

Bob Wallace 1991 1980 2019 Today National Academy of Television 1972 Wallace today Bob 80 late eighties one Syria Chicago Midwest 19 two Chicago 6 44 Channel two
"bob work" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"bob work" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"I got a lot of restaurants, girl out of respect. They want you for your good ladders, Mr Doubters. No Arjun, Her mother whispers long her Her kid all the whispers a long way to go on waiting for her. Yeah, I want her out of respect, respect one interest from a number of people, friends. I'm a refugee like juvenile that back home. You wanna risk that? They'll take a tab. We got something you want me to, but back home. You don't like it when I hung out with that mad girl? You don't like it? One of living much. My God, That's the only way I can get you home. I got what you want. I know what you want One of his come up with Bob. One of his coming up on your Bob. Bob. Bob, get up by the husband of Well, all the good out of it. They want you A lot of good. How does snow on what you say to her GP? All the whispers long her, uh, her kit. Other respects longer way big. One way. One of the tables turned. There was a part of commercial free stopping its big boys 92 men. Commercial free music mix. Right, Right, Right. Real 92 3 Eli's new home for him, Bob working on a weekend like those were way off in the deep end, like usual. Sweat a past as they doing too much. Haven't done my taxes. I'm to turn toe. Virgil got a paddock for my risk going nuts. I'll be slipping once. Okay, So when someone to block up, I tell you it was us Manor house in Rosewood it to flush Say my days in number, but I keep waking up. No. You.

"bob work" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"bob work" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"A look at your trouble on the four or five minutes in Inglewood, and it's four or five north between Manchester and Florence. They've got the three right lanes block because there's a fire there off the freeway. They did have all the lanes blocked for a little bit. So you're driving is definitely jammed up through the 105 freeway. They got some possible police activity going on here as well. So I have to wait and see Riverside. Anyone westbound between Pierce and McKinley all The lanes are blocked it to Ah, due to police activity at this location as well. You are sickening. Lots of traffic on the westbound side from LA Sierra East Found delays beginning McKinley A applied in the sky is sponsored by injury. Attorney Superwoman super lawyer dot com Jeff Bob works on 1 70 You better always busy spot now the South and 1 70 coming out from the five split all the way down the 1 34. Really added this morning. They being Caltrans, so please slow down. We had a work zone crash early this morning in the Hollywood Freeway, the 11 but the 1 70. She's kind of slow coming out from the Sherman way with the right lanes are blocked all the way down. To the one to the 1 34 11 started down the 11 up and over the hill. Let's settle down a little bit. So from about Vermont, which is not bad by morning, Dr standards and find the 1 34 if you come off that 1 70 to the East. Through Burbank and into Glendale is like a pretty good injured in an accident. Visit Superwoman Super Lawyer Calm Jeff Boggs K F Eye in the sky, You can call us and tell us about your Dr pound to 50 on your cell phone. And the key word is Ko Phi Traffic. Ko Phi in the sky helps get you there faster. I'm robbing banks. Most stories that begin with a Florida man aren't pretty, but here's one that.

Caltrans Inglewood Jeff Boggs McKinley Jeff Bob Manchester Pierce Florence Sherman Attorney Vermont Florida Burbank Glendale
"bob work" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

08:35 min | 1 year ago

"bob work" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"I'm John Baxter. This is John Baxter Show. I welcome Francis Rose, the host of government matters. On W. J. L. A in our nation's capital, Francis looks at the federal government and asked questions about how it works. Well right now how it works. Is there looking at the future of defense? Bipartisan look at the future of defense. And Francis speaks to representative Mike Walls, Florida Republican about the threat. Environment for this bipartisan Look, Frances, I was not surprised to hear China I was, however surprised to hear that the ambition going forward is artificial intelligence and also surprising the American people at the commitment that must be made. To come back The Chinese aggression Mike Waltz was reassuring is a young man. Very good looking young man Square jaw, and I'm wondering, given his focus right now, Can we believe that No matter the results of the election That we have other young people in Congress who understand this will. This will persist in the balance of their careers, probably the balance of their lives. Yes, Thank you, John for having me on the program and good evening. Yes, we can and not just young people. What is What is heartening to me is someone who talks to people like the congressman on a regular basis is that everybody in Washington, I think gets it. Everybody understands the dangers that China presents technologically militarily And so on, and Surprisingly, what is gratifying is that there seems to be agreement on what to do about this task force, of which Congressman Waltz is a member was a member is an example of that. But if you look more broadly across the national security community in Washington, for example, the first person To really start talking and then doing something inside the defence department about artificial intelligence is Bob work, and you and I have discussed my conversations with him before Deputy Secretary of Defense under Ash Carter in the Obama administration, and Bob is ah, very, very committed to advocating for artificial intelligence. There's a structure inside the defence department called the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center, The Jake and the Jake is Almost unique, if not unique, in that it coordinates among the now six branches of the military. To make sure that organizations inside the military are not repeating duplicating work and that everybody knows what everybody knows, and it's really it's remarkable. It's not something I would have predicted 20 years ago. It's not something I would have predicted 25 years ago. But there is almost ah unanimous agreement that things like artificial intelligence are necessary and not just desirable. To stay out of China. You also spoke with the congressman about forming or enhancing the already formed quad. This is the Indian Ocean Basin. But he made remarks that extend from the Indian Ocean all the way to the South China Sea. Vietnam, I believe was mentioned, so they're looking at putting together a new Defense mechanism like NATO. Is that a fair comparison to what they want? Well, the idea that I threw out there John was about the same time that NATO formed. There was an organization form called the Southeast Atlantic Treaty Organization, Tito right, and the structure of Edo was slightly different than NATO. It kind of collapsed under its own weight. And historically, I'm sure there's nothing about Tito that I can tell you that you don't already know. But the this structure similar to NATO was what I was proposing to the congressman did that sink with what he and his Republican and Democratic colleagues on this task force we're proposing when they were talking about Forming stronger relationships with allies. And he said, Yeah, that's that's the idea of what we're looking for. I wouldn't say that there is anything regarding a consensus that that's a way to move forward. But organizing those allies in that part of the world the same way we organized allies in Europe to come to oppose the Soviet Union after World War two Is seems to be the idea that's at least germinating. You spoke with Stuart McGuigan, who is chief information officer, U S Department of state. Now this is cool Francis because this is a theme do have developed for more than a year. For the last seven months, the government went to remote working because of the virus. The government likes remote working and Stuart McGuigan talks to you about remote working in remote places. The embassies So they're they're learning howto work embassies. I guess you have to be in the country to be at the embassy. I guess you can't. But you could remote work in an embassy from another country. You could do that. And the point that Stewart makes I think that is I had never occurred to me is the bulk of the work force in the embassies and installations around the world for the State Department are For nationals is in England. A lot of the people that work in the U. S embassy there are British and and so on throughout the world, and so what Stuart expressed to me, was he He was pretty confident that the Americans in any given location would have the bandwidth that they needed would have the security that they needed to do their jobs. What he did know about wasn't sure about Was what the availability would be in some of these remote locations and remote countries for the local people that work there, and he found that it works remarkably well. What that said to me was broader to John in the State Department. What it said to me was, you know if the State Department of the United States of America can have success with remote work, getting information getting data And so on back to Washington from think about 200 some embassies around the world. Then what does that mean about the future of work? And what does that mean about what's really going to be required for a human to be sitting in a cubicle at a desk in office space? In a centrally located city anywhere around the world, let alone Washington, D C or New York City. Now the problem. J is speak with Daniel Matthews, commissioner of Public Building Service, General Services Administration. He's in charge of those empty buildings. What are they going to do, Frances? Well, what they're going to do is really analyze over the next year. 18 months what they are going to Dio one so the the federal government's building mixes about 50% leased. And about 50% owned and so that's not to imply that sometime soon the least space is going to go away in the federal government's going to cut its footprint by 50%. But Discussions had begun back in the spring inside the Trump administration to talk about what it would look like if the government cut its footprint. 20%. What would it look like if the government cut its footprint? 30% So these discussions are happening and what Dan told me on the program? You know publicly is they're going to take a pretty comprehensive look at what the footprint looks like, and part of that involves what each agency does. But part of it also involves the raw square footage requirements. You know it, and it's counterintuitive, John because on the one hand, you think well, if all these people are remote working, then We don't need nearly as much space. But there's a calculation in the real estate business about how many square feet you need to fit a certain number of employees. Well, what if Cove it is around for a long time? And maybe you only have half of many employees in the office at any given time, But you require 30% Mohr Square footage for each one properly distance..

John Baxter Francis Rose congressman federal government NATO China Congressman Waltz Stuart McGuigan State Department Washington Tito Frances Joint Artificial Intelligence Bob work Congress Indian Ocean W. J. L. South China Sea Indian Ocean Basin
"bob work" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"bob work" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"John. That's this Is John Batch to show I welcome my colleague Francis rows of W. Jayla. Government matters is the program every day of the week and their videos to watch and Francis and I are going to discuss the video that's available right now. Bob work Robert work, former deputy secretary of defense if I recall correctly Bob work was tasked with In some fashion connecting the Pentagon of these coasts to Silicon Valley of the West Coast. Well, Right now, Frances, you're discussing with him. The combined joint All domain command control something a new language. I'm sure it has a wonderful acronym that you'll pronounce for us. But what I heard is That What we have to do is all get together because somebody woke up and realized. Hey, the Chinese and the Russians caught up. Is that what I heard correctly, Frances? Good evening to you. Good evening, John. Yes, By the way, the acronym is Jed. See two and on this coming Sunday's program on government matters Sunday morning. At 10 30 General James Makhan Bill, the chief of staff of the Army will tell you why we should probably change the name to Jed. See three, but that's another story. Yet, Bob, this is kind of a manifestation of what Bob did when he was the deputy secretary of defense in in proposing and And outlining the third offset the the technology gains that the United States military would need to make in order to maintain the gap that it has built over the last. Decades ahead of the Chinese military and Russian military and join all domain command and control is basically is General Makhan Bill says it Connecting every sensor to every shooter, so that no matter what branch of the military you're in, no matter what war fighting job you're conducting. You have access to all of the information. That everybody else has access to, and the comparison is nearly in battle, which the military agreed to in 1984. And was one of the components that was successful in ending the Cold War. Basically, John the concern here is about what we need to go forward, given that Russia and China working so carefully together They're discussing and now Francis, But it was there indication that it's that it's fungible that there's money for it. Given the trillions were now spending to sustain an economy under siege. Yeah, it's fungible. John. It's funny, the bigger concern from my chair than the than the fund ability of it, and then how it fits into the budget is the timeframes because you and I have talked before. About the jet I cloud computing contract that has been under protest for quite a long period of time. Now, Amazon Web services was supposed to get it potentially worth $10 billion over 10 years. Ah, lot of the work that will happen in jazzy too is going to happen in the cloud. That's where this information is going to reside, so I'm more interested to see what will happen with some of the nuts and bolts back in stuff like acquisition and contract protests and things like that. Then what will happen with the budget that the people in Congress who care about this stuff? Really understand that whether it's the Obama administration building the framework for the foundation for something like this or the Trump Administration Defense Department. Executing on it. This is where we're going. If we're going to stay out in front of Russia and especially China, and so they will put the money where the Defense Department needs it, I think a conversation you had with Lindsay Ford, a fellow at the Brookings Institution. Ah, and a think tank in Washington generally associated with the Democratic Party. So this is the other side of the story. But with the polls indicating that in a binary choice, Mr Biden could be president as well as Mr Trump Continuing his presidency. I paid attention to Lindsay. Identifying the challenges in the Indo Pacific, chiefly on the basis of the fact Francis that we don't have enough ships to match the overwhelming numbers. That the Chinese navy are putting out right now is there And is there a solution that Lindsay's offering? Well, that what you get get at there, I think is the exactly the piece the thing that struck me about the work that Lindsay did, she wrote through the center for a new American security She is of Fellow Brookings as you mentioned, But what what is particularly interesting about your observation, in my view is the fact that Lindsay was one of the key players in the Obama administration's pivot to Asia. She was one of the people who wrote the policies and and so on. To that really Drew America's attention to that part of the world and through the national security community's attention to that part of the world and so understanding by someone who publicly is advising the Biden Presidential campaign, and theoretically, she's the type of person that a president Biden would call on to go back into the building and and do this stuff of policy wise for him and for his defense secretary. That's that's interesting to me because We talked last week about the 500 ship plus Navy that secretary aspirins proposing, and I think in the week and a half or two weeks that that number's been out there I have been surprised by the number of people. In Washington who haven't said that's ridiculous. That's crazy. That should happen or or that's impossible. Mostly the people who are saying so our voices on the far left Who are not really in favor of increasing defense spending for any reason, and let alone for a lot more hardware than we have now and so to have someone like Lindsay Ford, who's well thought of and and very, very thoughtful and experienced say But we also will need to have more presence and more hardware in that part of the world, at least is very, very striking to me. You used a wonderful word. A treatable a treatable. Yes. Referring to robots, Francis, your Ah, Hard minded generalisimo. You're already sacrificing our robot Navy in order to take down the Chinese advantage. Very nicely Done, Frances. Admiral Admiral Rose send in the robots. Now There are robots at work in Washington, and you had a wonderful conversation about an unidentified hack that took place in Washington, an agency in these last days, he talked to bog Bob Igman. And he told a wonderful story about Microsoft's engineers being frustrated, you tell of France Well, he's the former chief information security officer at the Central Intelligence Agency, so his his credentials are impeccable. And basically the the sister is a bureau inside the Department of Homeland Security that oversees cyber security. Or the federal government and and the agency's feeds The data about their cybersecurity postures, published a report recently that described AH cyber attack at an unnamed federal.

Lindsay Ford Francis John Batch Bob deputy secretary Frances Mr Biden Obama administration Washington Bob work Trump Administration Defense D president Department of Homeland Securit W. Jayla Jed Defense Department West Coast Chinese navy Navy
"bob work" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

09:08 min | 1 year ago

"bob work" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Colleague Francis rows of W. Jayla. Government matters is the program every day of the week and their videos to watch and Francis and I are going to discuss the video that's available right now. Bob work Robert work, former deputy secretary of defense if I recall correctly Bob work was tasked with In some fashion connecting the Pentagon of these coasts to Silicon Valley of the West Coast. Well, Right now, Frances, you're discussing with him. The combined joint All domain command control something a new language. I'm sure it has a wonderful acronym that you'll pronounce for us. But what I heard is That What we have to do is all get together because somebody woke up and realized. Hey, the Chinese and the Russians caught up. Is that what I heard correctly, Frances? Good evening to you. Good evening, John. Yes, By the way, the acronym is Jed. See two and on this coming Sunday's program on government matters Sunday morning. At 10 30 General James McConville, the chief of staff of the Army will tell you why we should probably change the name to Jed. See three, but that's another story. Yet, Bob, this is kind of a manifestation of what Bob did when he was the deputy secretary of defense in in proposing and And outlining the third offset the the technology gains that the United States military would need to make in order to maintain the gap that it has built over the last. Decades ahead of the Chinese military and Russian military and join all domain command and control is basically is General McCandles says it Connecting every sensor to every shooter, so that no matter what branch of the military you're in, no matter what war fighting job you're conducting. You have access to all of the information. That everybody else has access to, and the comparison is nearly in battle, which the military agreed to in 1984. And was one of the components that was successful in ending the Cold War. Basically, John Ah, the concern here is about what we need to go forward. Given that Russia and China are working so carefully together they're discussing and now Francis, but it was there indication that it's that it's Fungible that there's money for it, given the trillions were now spending to sustain an economy under siege. Yeah, it's fungible John. If it's funny, the bigger concern from my chair than the than the fund ability of it, and then how it fits into the budget is the timeframes because you and I have talked before. About the jet I cloud computing contract that has been under protest for quite a long period of time. Now. Amazon Web services was supposed to get it potentially worth $10 billion over 10 years. Ah, lot of the work that will happen in jazzy too. Is going to happen in the cloud. That's where this information is going to reside. So I'm more interested to see what will happen with some of the nuts and bolts back end stuff like acquisition and Contract protests and things like that. Then what will happen with the budget that the people in Congress who care about this stuff really understand that whether it's the Obama administration building the framework for the foundation for something like this? Or the Trump Administration Defense Department executing on it. This is where we're going. If we're going to stay out in front of Russia and especially China, and so they will put the money where the Defense Department needs it, I think a conversation you had with Lindsay Ford, a fellow at the Brookings Institution. Ah, and a think tank in Washington generally associated with the Democratic Party. So this is the other side of the story. But with the polls indicating that in a binary choice, Mr Biden could be president as well as Mr Trump Continuing his presidency. I paid attention to Lindsay. Identifying the challenges in the Indo Pacific, chiefly on the basis of the fact Francis that we don't have enough ships to match the overwhelming numbers. That the Chinese navy are putting out right now is there And is there a solution that Lindsay's offering? Well, that's what you get. Get out there, I think is the exactly the piece the thing that struck me about The work that Lindsay did, she wrote through the center for a new American security. She is a fellow Brookings as you mentioned, But what what is particularly interesting about your observation, in my view is the fact that Lindsay was one of the key players in the Obama administration's pivot to Asia. She was one of the people who wrote The policies and and so on to that really drew America's attention to that part of the world and through the national security community's attention to that part of the world. And so understanding by someone who publicly is advising the Biden presidential campaign. And theoretically, she's the type of person that a president Biden would call on to go back into the building and and do this stuff of policy wise for him and for his defense secretary. That's that's interesting to me, because Ah, we talked last week about the 500 ship plus Navy that secretary aspirins proposing. And I think in the week and a half or two weeks that that number's been out there, I have been surprised by the number of people in Washington who haven't said. That's ridiculous. That's crazy. That should happen. Or or that's impossible. Mostly the people who are saying so our voices on the far left who are not really in favor of increasing defense spending for any reason. And let alone for a lot more hardware than we have now and so to have someone like Lindsay Ford, who's well thought of and and very, very thoughtful and experienced say. But we also will need to have more presence and more hardware in that part of the world, at least is very, very striking to me. You used a wonderful word. A treatable a treatable. Yes. Referring to robots, Francis, your Ah, Hard minded generalisimo. You're already sacrificing our robot Navy in order to take down the Chinese advantage. Very nicely Done, Frances. Admiral Admiral Rose send in the robots now. There are robots at work in Washington, and you had a wonderful conversation about an unidentified hack that took place in Washington, an agency in these last days, he talked to Bog Bob, Big Man. And he told a wonderful story about Microsoft's engineers being frustrated. You tell of France well, he's the former chief information security officer at the Central Intelligence Agency, so his his credentials are impeccable. And basically the the The sister is a bureau inside the Department of Homeland Security that oversees cybersecurity for the federal government and and the agency's feeds sister data about their cybersecurity postures. Since the published a report recently that described Ah cyber attack and an unnamed federal agency in Great detail, Ah, and described how the bad actors got in what they did once they were inside the agency system and then made a number of recommendations for agencies to prevent breaches like this from happening. And Jon. You and I have been talking about cyber breaches in the federal government for Ah, 68 years, maybe longer And they've been happening, obviously, for far longer than that. But what struck me in this conversation with Bob was that Bob says the tools for agencies to follow the recommendations of sister they already own. They don't have to go out, acquire new things, and he basically said he could imagine the engineers at Microsoft looking at this and saying we gave you this stuff. Why didn't you do anything with it just turned the stuff on. For heaven's sake. That's that's well, I thought was particularly amazing about the sister report is its advising agencies to do things like basic hygiene. That one would think they should already be doing. Francis. I'm sympathetic. Remember in the early days of computers, they always said if it doesn't work, first thing you should do is check the plug to see if it's the right. Frances Rose. He is W Jail is government matters and the federal government. Check the plug. Guys. I'm John Bachelor. This is the John bathroom..

Francis rows Bob work Lindsay Ford Frances Rose Mr Biden deputy secretary Washington John Ah Obama administration Trump Administration Defense D president France John Bachelor Microsoft W. Jayla Jed John Navy Defense Department West Coast
"bob work" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"bob work" Discussed on WTOP

"Money news at 25 55. Now to Geoff Clay. Bob working from home has led to a surge in dog adoptions as we start going back to the office that could put a strain on pet friendly office policies, already a minefield. Not everybody likes dogs. Summer allergic offices need clear pet policies. Many employers when they develop those policies will have items in there, such as making sure that people are responsible for their pets, but also making sure that those pets are not puppies that they are house trained that they're not aggressive animals, and they have rules around. If pet is misbehaving, A dog is misbehaving. Then, of course, that animal might not be allowed in the office any further. That's Amber Clayton of the Society for Human Resource Management. If the dog adoption boom means a surgeon office dogs there will need to be even more rules just for fairness purposes that an employer might decide that maybe on Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays, certain people can bring their animals in the workplace and on the other Tuesdays and Thursdays than other skin, So there are you know concerns about that and just ensuring that there's not so many pets in there that it becomes a zoo in really distracting and hinders productivity. Jeff Playable w GOP news coming up after traffic and weather find out what event convinced the president, too. Wear a mask in public. Today it's 6 26 Those unsightly, painful veins or heavy, tired legs have been bothering you turned to the experts at Virginia vain care. The board certified experts at Virginia vain care, specialized in the comprehensive treatment of vain disease and oversee the care of every patient from the very first visit..

Virginia Geoff Clay Amber Clayton Society for Human Resource Man Bob GOP Jeff president
"bob work" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"bob work" Discussed on KTRH

"Song about two flakes I'm Bob where one of a kind nature they said yeah couldn't be true but here we are sign we're just flaky little snow flakes full six sided siblings Sony's scatterbrain Bob you were one of the two of us the nature yeah and it's long been sent no two of us whatever all the smart blokes best okay there we got up early and stayed up late enough to now it looked like they were right just because thank you for now there's never been I always say when were mistaken for each other he's Bob work one of a kind the nature never seen and all those on one third of the there's actually a lot more you were that song later on.

Sony Bob
"bob work" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

13:40 min | 3 years ago

"bob work" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"Talent only trails also known as the odor for track. Okay. Yeah. So what else you got going on? I know this week. I'm actually going shooting. Some video with our friends at rigid out in Phoenix. Kind of a commercial. So kind of looking forward to that should be kind of fun out there in the desert, what, what else you got going now than Oregon trail? What's, what's after that? I guess, just Crandon. Right. Yeah. Oregon trail. And then I got the next week off doing some things that the Jeep, I kinda wanna try to hit up Silverlake sand dunes. I wanna take out the more 'cause I'm gonna be changing a lot of things gained ready for trail the Sima again at the end of the year. But yeah, just doing that. And then I got Crandon and the Idaho. And then whatever full Weakland will be for at the end of the month. But yeah, it's back to back jam-packed and, you know, just doing all that stuff. I do wanna come back to Arizona one time when I don't have to wear, Jim, and we go play around in razor than she video or something you wanna do that in the fall. It's too too damn hot here. Everything gets parked in the summer. I do actually street by Tommy. He's coming out this fall. I sounds like to do some razor rides. And other have you ever met Streep by Tommy? Now not at all. Oh, yeah. He's, he's well, I mean, she's the guy is, you know, been Travis Pastrana's right hand man for forever for all the shenanigans. So I think he's going to come out and do some razor stuff this fall and things like that. And we're, we're going to go do some trail writing and things like that. So I don't know. Maybe maybe we'll get you out when Tommy C or something we're going to do some filming and just just have some fun when Tommy's around. You can't not have fun now. Now I I'm my goal this year. Gym that I really want to try to do. I want to do things that I've never done before. Like I really like Tiffany guards us like, okay, let's try that just do. Okay. Let's talk about, you know, like I just wanna drive as much as I can and get myself behind so many different things. And you just drive. That's really kind of what my goal is. So I'm down. I'm down for whatever you don't. Yeah. So that's what we're gonna anything else to talk about, as far as Baja and all these other events coming up. I know you're heading out to Oregon trail, and that'd be a fun one, my favorite stage rally of the year that one in New England pretty fun, too. But I don't know who it's, it's going to be kind of a crazy month. And I've got wheat Lund's and that and I just got done at Charlotte with Arca race and was at Indy before that. So I'm coming off a bender you're getting ready to jump into one. So I don't know. I think we, we we'll have a lot of talk about the next couple of weeks He not gonna say you're going somewhere else you're going down to ridge. Maybe she come into Portland, this weekend and hang out. But I forgot you're going to shoot your commercial and Bridget's for rigid. Gets a new life. I can't even talk about him yet, but they got some new lights coming out, and they needed a vehicle, and I had it and then it was like, oh, well, let's just put you in this commercial, we're going to shoot in this launch video. And I'm like works for me. So yes, one of those, where just went from nothing too big deal in a very short amount of time. So those are the fun ones. Descent me, rock, like, I'm the Viet stalling my rob light suits. Do colors red. Yes. Of course I did rag Jim. Of course. I did. Right. Well, yeah. I love I had him one of my razors, you flip the switch at night and it's just glows underneath the car at so RAD. Yeah, I have the red ones because I have a twenty inch light bar by rigid twenty rigid. Light bar in the front, that's incorporated into my bumper by crawl TEK. Same thing with my rear bumpers. So I've a Baton Rouge boaters from role tech here in Michigan. Bob working with them. I had the new blades bumpers on there and then rigid has the twenty and thirty inch light box and Brett from originally, Tiffany. I fifty inch like bar, would you like like are you a twenty thirty bucks from rock lights out? I don't need any more lights than awesome. But like I love those on excited to put those on there and everything. But I always the mean that says light bar before lockers, and I always laugh because there's so many people have light bars, but they don't have walk on their out. Like I don't think the life partner going to help crawl up off some rock guys. I think we need some lockers. Yeah. So I stayed away from the fifty light bar, I might change some things. You never know. You can needs like I like them. But I just don't wanna be so bright because you can know this when we were at team in the hammer at nighttime and people have all their life bars. I'm like, I cannot see anything like you can see, but I can't see when I'm driving towards you so, like rigid. They're awesome. Grow in the funny thing. Too is, is just like from a competition standpoint, there's a happy medium with lights and dust and things like that. So it's like when you see somebody would like three million lights on their car, like it's kind of crazy, because depending on where your lights are on the roof or on the bumper and depending on how much dust and things like that, like, we're, we're constantly flipping certain lights on and off to be able to see because like your upper light bar. Those things are crazy. Crazy good when it's crystal clear out at night. But if you just get the just a remote amount of dust that light bar across the top of your windshield. It's useless. So you have to flip that off because literally the dust just becomes wall in. Fronting. You can't see anything so you flip that off, and then you run your lower lights, you know what I mean? But so there's like this happy medium you play with lights and I laughed because you can tell people who really don't know what the hell they're doing when they've got, like three million lights mounted all over the car, and I'm like, well, half, those are useless. It's all show a no go. But it is funny because you get into like lighting technology and like they're actually there's a point with lights, where there is too much, and I don't think people realize that. Now, and that's where in my Jeep real down this call them ball crawlers, you know, like it, my thing is I run a thirty five inch tire, but I, I want a seventeen inch meal? So I'm running a smaller wheel that gives me much more tired. And I'm looking at these people and friends jokes like kick-me put twenty Jeep. I'm like, are you kidding me? How nice wall stuff and twenty I was like my GPS not a trailer Queen. She dry I drive her back and forth. West coast. Keep goes all around. And so it's like I need a good tire. And, and that's the same thing team was like you can either have too much, why not enough. And like I've looked at GPS before, like, what does that right? Goto like, literally, if you if you have lights on your age Villers front on both sides. That's great. But if you have your, you know, you have your white bar on your real light bar, and your pop lifeguard, sidelights rock as it's like, what, what can you see your disco ball? My favorite is when they've got all the lights, and then they're not actually wired in and they're just there. Now. That happens more often than not though, people mount the light bars minutes. You know, it's all show and no go 'cause you look at us like, yeah, they're not wired in anything. Why has four true auks buttons that are built into my GPS one through four? That's a standard factory and I love my one does the front bar. My, you know, the rear light bar, plus had that fridge free there, too. So it's cool. And what I like about my light bar. It's still has the rug light. So they'll match my rock, like we were talking if there's a low visibility of dust. Red lights customer, because sometimes like we talked about, in Baja when it goes for late, you got so much dust in front of you that the bright, white just white everything I would wash it where the red lights, actually healthy seat through the dust. No completely agree. And that's yeah, that's a whole nother thing like when you get into blue lights, amber lights red lights like they all have certain, you know, certain uses and certain like benefits and certain conditions and weather, and like, I don't know. That's a whole like United do, like a lighting putt cast or something at somebody get Brett from rigid on here with us or something just to talk lights because we go all day with, with that conversation. I think for sure. But yeah, I'm excited both me and I can start doing some stuff when it's not so hot in their own maybe out for team all come out weaker so early. We could hit up some trails on the rigid. Talk to them as well won't Camrys are Glamis will be right before Sima and stuff like that. And so there's a sure there's a ton. We could do go get you in the dunes at Glamis. It'd be fun. You're right game. I actually never the fan in side-by-side razor maverick in anything you want to call it. I'd never done it. I've only been to the sand dunes in Michigan in my Jeep, so different. I mean obviously, it's different. But I would be scared to be in a razor. I dunno. It would scare me a little bit more feel like I would just be more nervous at gland. I don't know where this is great. This is overwhelming. When you go on a big weekend like thanksgiving or Holloway lean or like New Year's like I don't like Glamis on those weekends hated actually there's. To many people, there's, there's a lot of idiots out there. There's a lot of drunks driving out there. Like I hate it. I love Glamis in the middle of the week or on the off weekends like go the weekend after Halloween, then it's great because there's like half the amount of people, you know, it's like I feel safe and comfortable with me, and my driving. But you never know when some idiot's gonna come flying off a sand, dune drunk or something like that, and hit you and to me, that's where it's like I get like I don't really when I go out there for Halloween like going cruise around. But I don't do anything crazy just because I know there's so many crazies out there. You know, it's just it's one of those, I don't feel like I can go and just really have fun and let loose when there's that many people around and it's just that congested and claustrophobic, you know. I failed to say same same exact way this weekend. I won't be able to do there because of area, but they're doing Jeep each invasion or silver like saying, then what's for your flags out glamorous? What's the height or the minimum site that they need to be? Is there any minimum height or you use whatever flags that you'd have? I don't. Honestly, I don't think there's a minimum height if there is they haven't really seen it enforced. I know you, you have to have a flag, and I'm sure if it's you know it's not like they get out of measuring tape. You had one that was one inch one foot tall. You're gonna get in trouble. You know, but I think if you're six six feet, you know what are, you know, I think it's, it's one of those I always got a flag, it looks pretty close where you're good. You know it's not like they've got the measuring tape out. No, see, like sand dunes. They have to be a minimum of ten seats. Okay. So that's how told the do. And there's like six or seven of them. So it's.

Oregon trail Crandon Tommy C Baja Jim Tiffany Brett Michigan Phoenix Glamis Idaho Travis Pastrana Portland Charlotte Indy partner
"bob work" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

08:00 min | 3 years ago

"bob work" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"All across America. Eight six six ninety redeye he is Eric Harley and I'm Gary McNamara. Welcome and good morning. When we were talking about. Skater Bob work to announce that he's running for president today. And you and I had looked at an interview that he did a couple of weeks ago where we just said come on stop it. If you're gonna run for president you've got you've got to stand for something. Right. And this is where he was out there stating well. It really doesn't matter. What I think it matters what Americans thing and I'm going to go on. And and I'm gonna find out what Americans are thinking out there. And what Americans wish me to do more like stop it? This. This isn't an and I go back to our day in high school. This isn't this isn't back, you know, in in high school when you elected the senior president who said, okay, what are the students actually care about? Oh, they want a smoking lounge in is that what they're talking about. Now in high school says it we want to vaping lounge. We have a vaping lounge we need to have a vaping lounge here. If you're running for president United States, you ought to stand for something, and you and I criticized him for that. And it was interesting because the senior writer for slate dot com, Josh four he's almost saying the exact same thing that we've said Beddoe twenty twenty has no reason to exist. Of all the major candidates. He brings the least to the democratic primary, and he goes into talk about you know, the fact that award has. A lot of funding. He's got a lot of support. And he's got an infrastructure set up because better was missing one important thing though. An actual reason to run. Right. A would enter the race as a man without a clear political ideology. Ideology. Remember this system slate, right? This is this is not a conservative publication at all. He would enter the race as a man without a clear political ideology a signature legislative achievement a major policy issue or a concrete agenda for the country. He has none of those those in the know tell the Atlantic that Betto is planning to run as a candidate, quote, offering hope that America can be better than its current partisan and hate-filled politics, and that the country can come together. But that brace yourself he hasn't yet landed on how he'll propose to actually make that happen. That's more of the same empty words. Beddoes offering in public since his loss to Cruz. I don't know where I am on the political spectrum, and I almost could care less. He said at a recent stop in Wisconsin. I just want to I just I just want to get to better things for this country. Betto twenty twenty better things. Wouldn't that be the worst campaign slogan I've ever heard, but it's nowhere near a fully formed version or vision of why work things he should be president or why Democrats of any stripe should want him to be right? It's possible that he'll be able to ride to the nomination on the force of his personality alone. It's gotten this far. But that would be a particular. Shame considering he'll face one of the deepest and most diverse primary fields. If Democrats are in the market for soaring rhetoric about bridging the partisan divide. They can get that from Joe Biden or Cory Booker, all of whom can offer you their own specific cases for what that bipartisanship can produce. Unlike Aurora, it better has a defining characteristic. It's that he easily excited by possible solutions, but frustratingly. Slow to choose which one is best knowing what you don't know is an admirable quality. But it has its limits if Iraq is going to seek the highest office in the land he should have some answers of his own. This is coming from the left. He has answers for nothing is what slate dot com is saying they're on the left not the right, by the way. And I, you know, I wonder by the way. How much this whole bipartisan bring people together thing. Even resonates in right now. I don't think it does. I don't think it knows because. When when you had hope and change from the very now, conservative Obama. That really was about a blank can't a Kansas canvas. That was something that was nothing. And what I'm wondering is if the slate dot coms and the Washington Post of the world say to themselves. Yeah, we had that guy already. Keep in mind. They're the ones that have so far called Beto out on his nothingness. When you run for office. You should be. I think in today's world you're going to have to be very specific say what you will about ocasio Cortez. I know she's not running for president. Yet. But she's out there and she's wrong. But she's telling you what she wants done. Well, she's an activist. And I don't know if you motivate anyone with the big nothingness. Well, let me ask you. This question is a Rourke. The anti Cossio Cortez, Augusta Cortez is completely and totally ignorant. She is completely and totally clueless. But she pretends that she has all the answers when everybody knows that every time she speaks. She sews her clueless. Nece Rourke is completely clueless. He has no idea what to do. But he admits it and therefore that makes him a candidate and a better candidate for president of the United States. I know I just said that a Castro Cortez is completely clueless in ignorant, but she proposes all of these things and is confident and has an arrogance and an extreme confidence in the foolish and impossible, an unreasonable and radical things that she says O'Rourke is just the opposite. He tells you know, I'm completely ignorant and clueless. I don't know what to do vote for me because I'm willing to listen. He's the anti a Cossio Cortez. I know I'm clueless. I don't know how to do. But I'll listen to you. And I'm admitting I don't know what to do. But I'm willing to listen, and you should elect me as president of the United States, by the way. That's what the slate dot com articles, implying, right? And they they go through when he's when used these same interview that he did with the Washington Post that you and I feel that a few weeks back when he was asked what should be done to cut down the number of immigrants who overstay their visas. He said, I don't know. Before eventually suggesting the United States and Mexico could potentially harmonize their visa systems to better track who has entered the country and who has left that's an answer. He concluded. But that's something that we should be debating a month. Or so later bedroom included that same idea in his list of ten ideas for immigration and border reform. He sent to his supporters, but as the title made clear, he was still thinking out loud a first step. He said could be text message reminders to those overstaying their visas..

president United States Washington Post America vaping lounge Cossio Cortez Eric Harley ocasio Cortez Bob work Augusta Cortez Castro Cortez vaping Betto twenty twenty Betto Wisconsin Aurora Obama Joe Biden Nece Rourke Gary McNamara
"bob work" Discussed on Future Tense

Future Tense

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"bob work" Discussed on Future Tense

"Conference in the US capitol organized by the Washington Post, the focus is on defense and Morton. Just to drill down. When you think about the future talk a little bit about how you see a transforming your business of military. Our and the guy in the hotseat is general Joe it chairman of the US joint chiefs of staff in our profession one of the areas that's going to really determine future outcomes is speed of decision making. So a is certainly relevant to speed of decision-making. If you think about cyberspace, a is critical to be able to implement effective ways of protecting ourselves in cyberspace. I don't think it would be an overstatement when we talk about artificial intelligence to say that whoever has a competitive advantage in artificial intelligence and can field systems informed by artificial intelligence could very well have an overall competitive advantage. I mean, I think it may be that important. I don't think it's something we can say definitively at this point. But it certainly going to inform. Warm in be the preponderance of the of the variables that would go into. Hey, who has an overall competitive advantage? AI will be a key piece of it. Anthony Fennell here. Welcome to future tents. A group of the world's leading scientists and tech experts, including physicist, Stephen hawking, an apple co founder, Steve Wozniak have issued a stark warning in open letter published today, they say or Thomas weapons systems was use artificial intelligence to select targets without human intervention should be banned predicting that was more than three years ago. And since that time the development of autonomous weaponry has continued pace when he begin to think about what a world would look like where militaries have deployed Atanas weapons in in large numbers. One of the dramatic changes that we're likely to see is the pace of battle exceleron pull Shari's. Our first guest today as we look at the influences speed on future conflict. He's the director of technology and national security at the center for new American secure. Thirty and then one of the drivers of military's pursuing. This technology is fear that others are doing. So and they'll have to do this just to keep pace. This was well captured I'm gonna paraphrase here, but a coat from former deputy secretary defense Bob work who said others build terminators, and they don't make good decisions as people, but they're faster. How do we respond? That's kind of colorful and slightly scary way. To look at the problem, which is that even if a ton of JV don't have all of the reasoning capabilities that humans hat in a variety of different contexts, maybe they don't understand ethical principles the same way, these are vitally important things. But if they're faster that pressure will loan drive lotteries to use this technology, but could also shift warfare to new domain.

US Washington Post AI Joe Thomas weapons systems Anthony Fennell Morton Steve Wozniak Stephen hawking director of technology deputy secretary Shari chairman apple physicist Bob work co founder three years
"bob work" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"bob work" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"ABC news. I'm Brian Clark. Either you stand with the forces of freedom or you're in league with Madero and his mayhem the secretary of state Mike Pompeo at the United Nations telling countries to pick a side amid the ongoing crisis in Venezuela. The UN Security Council meeting days after the US said it no longer recognizes Madero as Venezuela's leader. Russia disagrees with the US is calling it an attempted coup. Venezuela's foreign minister Horry Arias through a translator at a similar message vice-president Pence basically in a tweet gave a green light for a coup d'etat in Venezuela. Meanwhile, federal workers preparing to get back to work after President Trump and congress agreed to a deal that would reopen the government for three weeks as talks continue on border security, but that timeframe is problematic for some as we hear from ABC's area. Russia the three week agreement to get government employees back to work hardly, leaving a sense of long-term security. Crystal Patrick has worked for the IRS for five years. I'm not going to. Quit my second job yet. Because I don't know if this is a band aid or a solution. Ryan Bob works for immigration services. But as he plans to head back to work boss says he's asking himself. What for all of us are kind of ourselves right now is this is this a job that we can rely on. Meanwhile, the White House maintains Friday's arrest of Roger stone. The president's longtime advisor has nothing to do with the president stone charged with making false statements to congress and witness tampering part of the special counsel's probe ABC's chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas is the indictment focuses on hacked emails. Prosecutors say a senior Trump campaign official was directed to context stone about any additional releases and what other damaging information WikiLeaks had regarding the Clinton campaign. Moore.

Venezuela President Trump Madero ABC Russia US UN Security Council Roger stone Ryan Bob president Mike Pompeo Brian Clark Horry Arias congress witness tampering Pierre Thomas United Nations Crystal Patrick IRS
"bob work" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"bob work" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"KOA NewsRadio the fifty thousand watt flow, George rocky best. From ABC news. I'm Brian Clark. You stand with the forces of freedom or you're in league with Madero and his mayhem the secretary of state Mike Pompeo at the United Nations telling countries to pick a side amid the ongoing crisis in Venezuela. The UN Security Council meeting days after the US said it no longer recognizes Madero as Venezuela's leader. Russia disagrees with the US is calling it an attempted coup. Venezuela's foreign minister Horry Arias through a translator at a similar message vice-president Pence basically in the tweet gave green light for a coup d'etat in Venezuela in federal workers, preparing to get back to work after President Trump and congress agreed to a deal that would reopen the government for three weeks as talks continue on border security, but that timeframe is problematic for sun as we hear from ABC's area. Russia the three week agreement to get government employees back to work hardly, leaving a sense of long-term security Krystal Kirkpatrick has worked for the IRS for five years. I'm not going to. I quit my second job yet. Because I don't know if this is abandoned or a solution. Ryan Bob works for immigration services. But as he plans to head back to work boss says he's asking himself. What for I think all of us are kind of asking ourselves right now is this is this a job that we can rely on in the White House maintains Friday's arrest of Roger stone. The president's longtime advisor has nothing to do with the president stone charged with making false statements to congress and witness tampering part of the special counsel's probe ABC's chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas has the indictment focuses on hacked emails. Prosecutors say a senior Trump campaign official was directed to context stone about any additional releases and what other damaging information WikiLeaks had regarding the Clinton campaign. More doesn't indicate who it was directed that campaign official to reach out to stone. You're listening.

Venezuela President Trump Roger stone Madero ABC Russia US UN Security Council Ryan Bob Mike Pompeo George rocky president Brian Clark Horry Arias Krystal Kirkpatrick congress official United Nations IRS
"bob work" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"bob work" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Recognizes Madero as Venezuela's leader. Russia disagrees with the US is calling it an attempted coup. Venezuela's foreign minister Horry REI iza through a translator at a similar message vice-president Pence basically in the tweet gave a green light for a coup d'etat in Venezuela. Meanwhile, federal workers preparing to get back to work after President Trump in congress agreed to a deal that would reopen the government for three weeks as talks continue on border security, but that timeframe is problematic for sun as we hear from ABC's area, rush if the three week agreement to get government employees back to work hardly, leaving a sense of long-term security Krystal Kirkpatrick has worked for the IRS for five years. I'm not going to quit my second job yet. Because I don't know if this is a band aid solution Ryan Bob works for immigration services. But as he plans to head back to work boss says he's asking himself. What four I think all of us are kind of asking ourselves right now is this is this a job that we? Can rely on. Meanwhile, the White House maintains Friday's arrest of Roger stone. The president's longtime advisor has nothing to do with the president stone charged with making false statements to congress and witness tampering part of the special counsel's probe ABC's chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas has the indictment focuses on hacked emails. Prosecutors say the senior Trump campaign official was directed to context stone about any additional releases and what other damaging information WikiLeaks had regarding the Clinton campaign. More doesn't indicate who it was directed that campaign official to reach out to stone. You're listening to ABC news..

Venezuela Roger stone ABC Ryan Bob President Trump president Madero Horry REI Russia official Krystal Kirkpatrick congress witness tampering US vice-president Pence IRS Pierre Thomas