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"Look right now we're gonna get through the immediacy of this event. But we are gonna need help in the recovery Part of this. We're already reeling from a historian. Catastrophic events with Laura. When you put Delta on top of it, Um, we're gonna help you tote it here, Lake Charles. We're gonna help our brothers and sisters. But we're gonna need American health. And we're asking American federal government. Forget about Louisiana unless this thing fast and a lot of the news cameras gone. That audio courtesy of CNBC, the remnants of Delta also blamed for a drowning in Florida. I knew this morning, Police say a private security guard working for a Denver television station is in jail investigation on investigation of first degree murder in the deadly shooting of another man during a Dueling right and left wing protest The gunfire erupting Saturday afternoon. The Denver Post reporting The guard identified as 30 year old Matthew Doll if was taken into custody after the clash, in which another man apparently slapped him and sprayed them with Mace. The wounded man later died at a nearby hospital. Authorities didn't reveal his name, but family members IDed him on Sunday as 49 year old Lee Keltner knew this morning, officials say the security guard the 30 year old security guard didn't was not licensed. Not to be a security guard. Among the protesters who rallied at the Michigan capital against Governor Gretchen Whitmer Corona virus lock down this past spring, we're armed men now accused and plots to kidnap her, stormed the capital and start a civil war that development of sparks scrutiny of the rallies as potential recruitment events. The demonstrations organized by Groups opposed to the Democratic governors orders. They also drew members of paramilitary groups carrying rifles. Wittmer says she isn't surprised that some of the defendants attended the protests and quote anyone who is Just hasn't been paying attention. White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow set on Sunday He doesn't think another round of stimulus is dead, and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin may offer a proposal priced higher than Speaker Nancy Pelosi's most recent offer of 2.2 Trillion, But Senate Republicans on Saturday they blasted the White House's latest offer of 1.8 billion. The Fed Reserve, a bank, Minneapolis's CEO, Neel Kashkari, telling CBS, Thousands of small businesses are in jeopardy if lawmakers cannot get their act together. Well, obviously, I mean, I'll defer to the political experts on the political negotiations and obviously we're close to an election. So I imagine that those things are getting involved in the dynamic. But if you look at the data data is very clear their recovery. The strong recovery that we saw in June and July has really flattened out. The virus is climbing now again around the country, especially here in my region in Minnesota, the Dakotas, Wisconsin, and so you're seeing consumers pull back and not want to go out. Not want to take that risk again. And so Unfortunately, we still have a long way to go in this pandemic, and that means we need continue to systems. So this morning from from the White House, Larry Kudlow said again that what he's saying is a V shaped economic recovery coming right back. You're talking about flashing yellow lights. Why? What is it that you see that worries you? Well, I'm seeing especially on the small business front me some sectors of the economy or doing fine. If you are a white collar worker like I am like you are, you're able to work from home you really not affected by this pandemic, but there many sectors of the economy that are still being devastated. Travel and tourism industries, the frontline service industries restaurants and that's where you're seeing big job losses and bankruptcies and this is going to continue to spiral and continued. To bleed on 11 Million Americans can't pay their bills can't put food on the table can't make their credit card payments, their car payments that that has spillover effects toe other sectors of the economy. The reason the economy bounced back as strongly as it did in June and July is because Congress was so aggressive in the spring. We need Congress to continue to be aggressive so that the recovery could be stronger. Well. Senate Republicans hammered the latest White House plan as too expensive. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called that one step forward. Two steps back, We'll fire investigators are looking into what caused the blaze that killed four people in far Northern California, and they've taken possession of equipment belonging to Pacific Gas and Electric. PG and E said in a filing Friday with the Public Utilities Commission that investigators with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection seized some of its electrical equipment near where the ZOG fire started. September 27th. That blaze erupted in chastity county during high winds and quickly grew killing four. In the community of I Go, which has a population of 600. It later has spread to neighboring into Hema County on Americans that Paul Milgrom and Robert Wilson have won the Nobel Prize in economics for quote, improvements, toe auction theory and inventions of a new auction formats. Monday's award coming as much of the world experiences the worst recession since World War two because of the impact.
"brookland" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And non essential businesses in nine ZIP codes that are experiencing a troubling spike in Corona virus cases. I think what's most important to do right now is recognize. We have a distinct problem and address that the stink problem forcefully de Blasio, making the announcement today, saying If the state approves his plan, the closures would go into effect Wednesday and last a minimum of 14 days. More than half a million people live in the affected neighborhoods, which are located in Brookland and Queens. Roughly 100 public schools and 200 nonpublic schools would be impacted and restaurants would only be allowed to operate with pickup and delivery service. President Trump may be discharged from Walter Reed Medical Center as early as tomorrow, and we'll continue treatment for covert 19 at the White House doctor Brian Garibaldi gave this update on the president's condition late this morning. Today, he feels well. He's been up in around or planned for today's tohave him to eat and drink. Be up out of that as much as possible to be mobile. And if he continues to look on DH feel as well as he does today. Our hope is that we can plan for a discharge is early is tomorrow to the White House where he can continue his treatment course. That treatment includes continuing with the drug run deserve ear. We also learned from the president's doctors that he did have two drops and oxygen levels on was on supplemental oxygen. That first drop was accompanied by a high fever and the second required drug treatment. Meanwhile, Joe Biden's campaign gave their well wishes to the president and the first lady this morning. A spokesperson for Biden's campaign told CNN that they haven't heard from the Trump campaign or the White House since the president's diagnosis, but added they don't believe Biden was exposed. Hundreds of people gather outside Trump Tower in Manhattan to support the president as he battles Corona virus. Crowd arriving at President Trump's Fifth Avenue residents this morning In a caravan of more than 100, cars, trucks and SUVs from Long Island. Traffic was stopped for about 30. Minutes of supporters congregated outside the skyscraper, waving flags, honking horns and chanting four more years. In sports. The Giants looking for their first win of the season, taking on the Los Angeles Rams, thegame just getting underway on the West.
"brookland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Hard for campaigns to connect with people who never or rarely vote. Now add a global pandemic. In this next story. We go to Pueblo, Colorado, politically divided community. You hear from people who don't normally vote and hear about what parties are trying to do to change that. Here's Colorado Public Radio's Bente Brookland. Colorado has one of the highest voter turnout rates in the country. About two hours south of Denver and Pablo. It's not as high Pablo is a heavily Latino county with more registered Democrats than Republicans. And while Trump lost Colorado four years ago, he narrowly won Pablo Was a shock shock to those of us living here and shocked people around the state. Victoria Mark Wilson is the secretary for problems Democratic Party I could remember for six months afterwards, I See people throughout the state, and they'd say what the hell happened to Public County. Ah, lot is at stake this November. Democrats and Pablo hope to flip in open congressional seat from red to blue. And the party is tryingto post Republican U. S Senator Cory Gardner, who's in a tight race. But since Democrats aren't doing as much door to door campaigning, they're trying to make inroads in critical places like Pablo in an old fashioned way. Hand written personalized letters Do they have stand for No man? No, no, no, I'll pick will pick him up. We'll pick them up and put stamps on them. Oh, volunteers swing by the party's headquarters to get blank postcards to write. They say hand written notes can make a difference. He's heir to people who are Democrats Vote democratic when they vote, But you know what? Down boat. Oh, find a new gym sources. It is a special list, but the left hasn't abandoned face to face efforts altogether volunteers with the Pablo Latino Democratic Forum. Register voters outside of a gas station in town. I've never voted my whole life. Really..
"brookland" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Week, but personal incomes fell in August and ahead of the Bell stock Futures air still headed higher winds. News time 9 21 Parents do witness traffic in transit on the ones we're going to start with taking a look in the bronze. This cross Bronx accident east manager Rome is not cleared away. It involves injuries. The right lane is loved, and it is leaving us with a bumper to bumper standstill trip back into New Jersey where the inbound George has an hour wait now for the inbound upper level from 80 95. In about 30 minutes to the inbound lower level from the 18 95 locals continuing with what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels, the outbound George is still 30. That's for the upper level off the cross Bronx Expressway and for the lower as well, the inbound Lincoln Tunnel is down to 20. And so is the downside of the Holland Brooklyn bound Brooklyn. Brady. You have an accident. The right land continues to be blocked. And the FDR drive continues to be jam south out from East House gin out into the ramps for the Brooklyn bound Brooklyn Bridge, Now in Brookland, Thean Bank, Alanis is jammed off of Arizona bridging of the belt. Into the Prospect Expressway, the work of battery tunnel and the speeds improved a little bit from the Brooklyn battery up into Atlantic Avenue. The West found the youi that is very, very heavy from all the way back a 31st Avenue in Woodside. All the way down into Brooklyn to Tillery Street. Alternate side Street parking zone effect today. I'm Karen Stewart on 10 10 wins. We now have at least 10 neighborhoods in Brooklyn and Queens, with relatively high levels of positive test results for Corona virus. The city is trying to get more mass compliance and is cracking.
"brookland" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Today with a high of 72 degrees. I'm Steve Quotas from Bloomberg. It's a pandemic effect as Americans now demand at home delivery and won't tolerate delays and Wall Street opens October after all, losing September wins news time. 7 41 traffic in transit Update time Here's Karen Stewart. In the Bronx. The westbound cross bronze accident at Webster Avenue is gone. The delays have not changed at all. Where we are bumper to bumper all the way back into the Bruckner interchange with eastbound delays in the Webster that go all the way back into the jersey where we've now got an inbound George Wayto 45 minutes. To the George Inn and bound like in his 30, inbound Holland is 30 minutes. Now we're doing well with mass transit on the double R and J T and path. However, there are more than a few subway delays here. Manhattan bound at once and sevens. Brooklyn bound threes and chews on the Bronx, bound for five empty says are all running with delays. We got a couple of things still on Long Island, where we got the westbound ally very heavy between 44 46 with a disabled vehicle in the left lane and on the northern state eastbound between 35 36 disabled vehicle there and the acceleration Lane is the one that's blocked in that case. Meanwhile, in Queens now over on the L I e. It is a long and arduous trip from 162nd Street, straight out to the Queens Midtown Tunnel and in Brookland Thean Bhagwandas is patch off of the very heavy inbound varies on a bridge and all the way up into Atlantic Avenue. It's so heavy that the prospect is jam back to Prospect Park West. Currently, I'm Karen Stewart on 10. 10 wins New York City High School's air opening for in person learning this morning, but will city schools be able to stay? Open as Corona cluster send the city infection rate higher. 10 10 wins reporter Glenn Chuck on the lower East side this morning if the infection rate here in the city keeps climbing. There will be really pressure to close down schools in some of these areas. These 10 neighborhoods now have an infection rate between three.
"brookland" Discussed on KCRW
"See that when you drive around lots of homeless encampments is that potentially in our near future or evolving present? I think that's definitely in our evolving present same situation in San Francisco. And I think in a lot of West Coast cities where the weather is good enough that people who are homeless are able to Live outside for most of the year. But the other thing is that I want to inject a tiny note of hope here, which is that this kind of massive disaster. The pandemic, coupled with thie economic collapse that we've seen This is a time when we have the opportunity to rethink a lot of our social systems and cities and a lot of our social services and how we help the public and how we help people who are homeless and people who need job training and all kinds of other basic needs. And you know the last time that we saw a really massive catastrophe like this in the states really was during the great Depression in the 19 thirties. And of course, you know, I don't want to compare apples and oranges here. There were obviously many different things going on at that time. But it was a period when we saw the national government and local government stepping up and saying, like Look, it's gotten to be too much. We have to build better social programs to help people who simply have been destroyed by circumstances far beyond their control. And Joel. Part of that would hinge on transportation and good transportation. But it seems at least in the near future. A lot of people who can choose to might feel unwilling to get on a subway, a train a bus with other people well and of course, that Trend had been going on for a while. I'm in other words, you know, the transit has been in most cities. The big exception. Being that New York have, you know has not been really the wave of the future. Let's put it that way just to fall upon the point about the new deal, period and even somewhat before in 1920, Manhattan Island, had 2.4 million people. By 1950. This was partially government policy developed. Brookland developed Queens developed the suburbs. Manhattan had 1.5 million people, infinitely nicer city so You know, I think we can reinvent our city's think about them in new ways. I don't think we know exactly where it's going. But we have had the ability to make significant changes. And I agree. You know the government has to play a positive role, and it has to listen to what people want. I mean, this idea that we have here in California. That we're not gonna let things develop in the inland empire, which is more affordable. Ah, a place to live and we're going to make it. We want everybody to go live in coastal areas that are going to be expensive, No matter what. I think there needs to be a real change in how we deal with things and the social issues, which I totally agree with part of what we're seeing. Now. I've been studying this. A lot of the disorders are connected to gentrification. A lot of the anger that exists in these communities. Whether it's on the south side of Chicago, the west side of Chicago East L. A. I think we also have to begin to understand. What is the city for is a city basically, to go in the direction that I think was suggested earlier where you've got a bunch of rich people bought their way out of the problems. A bunch of poor people. I don't think that's sustainable over time. Well, I wonder when I hear you describe how people might want to live. If this isn't just right here in front of us here in Los Angeles, because you do have the opportunity Tohave. Backyards space so people can enjoy that and not feel like they're going crazy. Cramped in an apartment. You do have small neighborhoods or small parts of the city that can function as de facto. Smaller towns. You do have the ability to bike or walk because of the weather. So is Los Angeles situated perfectly to take advantage of this. What l a should be situated perfectly. The problem is that you know, we've you know, they moved too dense. If I A lot of the neighbors have really removed a lot of the positive. And then, of course schools. I'm speaking as somebody who loves Los Angeles lived there for 40 years. Went through the riots and yet Over time. Congestion was so bad people were not as nice as they used to be, and it was becoming very, very crowded and uncomfortable. L A has, you know, in many ways, some great great neighborhoods that that would be perfect for this situation. Plus, we have a huge economy of people who can work at home. So we have a lot of positives in Allah and the great genius of Los Angeles was the idea that you could live in the neighborhood, a single family neighborhood in many cases or a moderately low, low density area and still be part of a great city. That was what was so attractive about living in Los Angeles. But between that and in my case, because I have kids, crappy schools that was enough to drive us out. Natalie, What do you think? Do you think, Ella? I know you've got the San Francisco bias. But do you think l A is position to take advantage of this and emerge a better city? I hope so. I come from Southern California and my family is all from l A and s O. I spent a lot of time there growing up, and I think you know l A has as much of a shot As any other city right because one of the things about cities is that they are the sum of their environment, their physical environment and their political structure, So you're never going to say I have a city that is located or built in a certain way that makes it just perfect for transitioning to a new mode. It has to have good government, and it has to have good management and good social services. So I think you know some place like Los Angeles with its sprawl. You know, it could become a city of neighborhoods or or a Siri's of cities, which it kind of already is. And I think, unlike Joel, I I'm in favor of High density. I mean, one of the issues we have in San Francisco is that we have this sort of artificial low density in several of our neighborhoods because we have a building code. Which doesn't permit buildings over a certain height on DH. It's very difficult to kind of change the height of a building once it's been built on DH, so we have a lot of struggles over that. And you know, so we're looking at trying to figure out how do you pack more people into a city but make it livable? And I think the question there becomes How do you incorporate Park Land? How do you incorporate social services into a high density fabric, And we actually do have good public transit in San Francisco, not during the pandemic, but during a typical times, when when people can actually get on a bus and not fear for their lives. So I think public transit is a big part of that, too. But I do think that L, A and San Francisco and a lot of our other cities. Smaller cities as well as big cities have a chance at a better future. But it's going to require addressing these economic issues and the fact that we're seeing a growing impoverished class, and I just don't think Any amount of infrastructure change can address that. We also have to really look at our services. Emily knew its is a science writer and New York Times contributor Joel Kotkin. Teaches at Chapman University. Thank you both so much for joining us..
"brookland" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Spending and attitudes Get Wall Street attention today wins Time 80 Transit. Here's Karen Stewart. One of them wakes delays. They're still there, but the speeds are improving from Main Street down into London Boulevard. The accident on the ramp villains and is gone, but the flooding on the van Wyk south approaching London Boulevard. Is not the acceleration ladies impacted with some high standing water. The L I e in Queens right now. Not too much of a big deal honestly, between the van Wyk in Woodhaven Boulevard anyway, where we are it slow. There's no doubt about that. It's not an extensive westbound delay. But once you get to more reasons very difficult to get the big Kiwi Kiwi is packed in there pretty tight from Queens Boulevard on wood, don't you Metropolitan Avenue Right now? And in Brookland, Ian Bhagwan. This is pretty much bumper to bumper from Fort Hamilton Parkway up into the Brooklyn battery for the Brooklyn battery to Cadman. The speeds improved. The outbound Galanis is delayed to the various on a bridge because as we check what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels Of Arizona has construction in that direction. 10 minutes into the George 15, Ouch and 15 at the Holland and Lincoln. And then we checked Long Island quickly on the sudden state eastbound. There is an accident. It's over by age 22 for the Meadowbrook traffic delays into the metal work on the eastbound Southern state. Our bumper to bumper backto around exit 20 were sponsored by cars for kids now would be a great time to clean out your garage and donate that old Carter cars for kids. Now offered contact free pickup call today. 877 cars for kids or online. A car street kids dot com Traffic in transit every 10 minutes on the ones breaking traffic alerts whenever they happen. I'm Karen Stewart on 10 10 wins. The Republican National Convention, ending with a bang fireworks last night is President Donald Trump accepted his party's nomination at the conclusion of the three.
"brookland" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"A pleasant breeze will of a high today of 80. I'm Steve POTUS from Bloomberg. A lot of us were buying cars, and that pushed durable goods orders sharply higher last month, But stock futures are sluggish. With Dow futures down. 27 wins news time 901 Transit transit on the ones. Let's get that from Karen Stewart. Well, Staten Island has got some activity going on police activity to be exact and the South out West Shore Express White bird for 40 of Bloomingdale Road. Is delayed because of it. Now, once you get to Brooklyn if you're travelling the Verrazano Bridge, injured Brookland bridges halfway decent, however, once you get on to the eastbound Bell Parkway, if that's what you're headed, driving his bumper to bumper on the ramp and onto the eastbound Bell Parkway through Bath Beach around 18th Avenue. It's so heavy that it's causing delays to off the outbound. Guan is coming down the Belt Parkway itself previous to the Verrazano Bridge. Bhagwandas is a heavy but moving ride from the four hounds and Parkway edges the prospect. Then it's jammed not only inbound on the Galanis, but outbound just well between the prospect and Atlantic Avenue on the prospect is still having a tough go trying to get to the inn Blanca want us from back now at Prospect Park West was found very heavy stuff there, too, but You know, we're travelling. We're not sitting there and wondering when all this is going to be over the westbound be Kiwi from Queens Boulevard down into Tillery Street is heavy. And we've also got eastbound delays between the Brooklyn Bridge into Hillary and up into the Brooklyn Navy Yard as well on the Jackie Robinson Parkway. Disabled is still there near Forest Park Drive in the right lane and where his backed up as we can get all the way back to Kew Gardens. Taking a quick check on Long Island. Nothing major happening is a cheque, Long Island's Big three just some westbound Southern state traffic around route 1, 10 and some westbound L I e traffic between the seafood, Oyster Bay Expressway and Deer Park Avenue. So actually, it's the other way because we're talking about westbound delays. I'm Karen Stewart. Our next report is in less than 10 minutes on 10 10 wins. Night. Two of the Republican National Convention feature The First lady, a naturalization ceremony for some new citizens and the pardoning of AH convicted bank.
"brookland" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Months ago coming up right after accu weather here on ten ten wins on a Friday morning news in the Connecticut missing mom case but it's seven thirty one AM traffic and transit your update from Karen Stewart all right Bridget as we've been talking about the go honest expressway in Brookland you've been noticing this little bit of a gap in delay here between thirty ninth street and the prospect well now we know the reason for it at thirty ninth street there is a broken down vehicle we've got at least one lane blocked and that's what's causing that want us to be jammed from back at around to me just make sure here yes eighty six street Dyker heights also causing the belt parkway going east out west bound to be jammed up into the goal on a slap in the thirty ninth street as well as an approach then once you get past the thirty ninth street disabled it looks like to go on this is all better but you know the go honest in the B. Q. east ones yet the prospect is jammed from there up into the Brooklyn Bridge so now the mystery is solved so if you're traveling the Upper East Side we've got a Harlem river drive July that is jammed from a hundred thirty second past the R. F. K. then the FDR will take over in the southbound lanes will continue down the seventy ninth street lot of heavy traffic on the city side of the fifty ninth street bridge and we are definitely paying the price for inbound side of the fifty ninth street bridge is jammed inbound GW bridge bumper to bumper over the span absolutely stopped dead like in Holland each ten to fifteen minutes response about DuckDuckGo on the same internet more privacy DuckDuckGo has got you covered they have millions of people like you get privacy online without any trade offs with one download you can search browse privately avoiding.
"brookland" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"For governor Murphy's daily briefing when that happens you will hear it live on ten ten wins winters times traffic and transit here's Karen stores if you're traveling in Brookland let me just give you the deal on the go honest both ways between sixty fifth and the bay rejected at ninety second have got roving construction alternate lanes are being closed till two and the B. Q. E. eastbound has got rope in construction right now is your cabin plaza now the delay in the cabinet is significant or bumper to bumper the delays go back to Union Street which is significant in the world we're living in lately meanwhile here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels construction it's all over the Grand Central on and off the R. F. K. and it's all over the Throggs neck bridge there are delays bronze founded the project because of it but the white stone is delay free delay free the fifty ninth street bridge believe it or not we are in good shape there and your Hudson River crossings they're moving very very well so we need to check on things in New Jersey quickly for you eastbound AT the exit ramp to sixty is close with overturned truck west down ten at our gate road in Randolph down tree all lanes are closed traffic is getting G. toward and the southbound garden state parkway one forty four Newark a car has broken down in the right lane alternate side parking is suspended there are no B. W. Z. C. trains or forty second street shovels in the city until further notice Travis sponsored by Mount Sinai health system I'm Karen Stewart on ten ten wins or governor Murphy is giving his daily update let's listen another great leader department of corrections commissioner Marcus Hicks we're going to bed earlier today that we usually do so as I mentioned.
"brookland" Discussed on CNN 10 (video)
"Two of our series on facebook. The highly successful and controversial controversial company is celebrating its Fifteenth Birthday and on the heels of yesterday's report focused on its founder. Today's special examines the decisions. That were made. That grew the company company into what it is today and contributed to some of the challenges faced the social media. Application didn't always look like we know it today. It used to be more static if you wanted to. You see what someone was up to. You had to click on his or her profile now. Of course information is dead to you but what's become defining part of the product has had a bumpy road food breaking in developing news stories or just a click away at CNN dot com meantime for Russ Lori Segal takes us back inside a social media. Behemoth it it was June two thousand six. Yahu offered a billion dollars to buy facebook at the time. It seemed almost incomprehensible. Most of the management team really we. We thought that we should sell. I remember one late night conversation with one of my closest advisers where he sat me down and was probably eleven o'clock and he said Mark. If you don't sell the company you were going to to regret this decision for the rest of your life and it was just really intense like you think when he said when Dustin. I made the decision to not sell the company within eighteen months. Every single person on the management team left. Did you ever question yourself that you're making the right decision. Because I was I was twenty two. I didn't I didn't have an exact plan of what was going to happen. It was incredibly scary. Was it crazy err again confident. It's all of those things. And that is the curse of the autocrat. Is this this wild cocktail of vision willpower. A little bit of arrogance a little bit of confidence and saying you know nope thank you but I believe something else an arrogance or perhaps Hubris that many have said let facebook into some of the serious troubles. It's facing now but but then it was the vision for what would come next. That played out three months later. September two thousand six the birth of news feed people it's simply go to somebody's profiled and they will go to the next person profile and the next person's profile and facebook. Aha We need to actually bring this all together and just show you. What's going on with your friends friends especially those friends that are most important to you and that was of course? The Dawn of the now famous algorithm newsfeed would completely overhaul the site giving a real time feed of your friends friends in your family here. I'm gearing up for this fantastic launch. An all the engineers are so excited facebook's former PR direct. Joe Remembers how everything you think changed in a minute. We saw these this group that became a million people protesting against newsfeed using newsfeed. The backlash was extreme. The phone started ringing off the hook thousands of emails of people. Saying what have you done. You done what have you done to my facebook. I think they were sort of law to buy facebook taking their activity and publishing one of these first privacy scares on facebook but newsfeed survived and thrived ultimately became the thing that is a core facebook. The news feed and it's not one of the course facebook. The core of every social media application used. It was facebook's first hand to privacy issues down the line the stakes only got higher as the platform connected the world real welcome to December two thousand seven also known as that time. Facebook ruin Christie's there was a guy who bought a diamond ring for his wife and all of his friends. It flashed up on those grading his wife. Christmas ruined said it was facebook's first big privacy oversee scandal thousands work outrage. It were really ticked off ticked off by FACEBOOK's first real attempt at making money it was an ad product called called beacon. Facebook user can log into e commerce sites using your facebook identification. And then when you buy something all your friends are GonNa find out about it and face because goes like this is such a cool innovative way to get involved in commerce and not be doing boring old advertising to say they got it. Wrong wasn't understatement this soon after the news feed outrage but like many beds soccer Berg made that paid off. This was different story of facebook. Beacon is the time we're facebook book got really Brookland. It was a privacy and PR disaster. It took the company a month to react facebook yesterday today. Apologized and said that. Now you can entirely opt out of this program. The loss of trust was damaging. It was officially time to bring in the operator that many many believe sucker brook needed to help run facebook. That person was Sheryl Sandberg at the time. You're thirty years old. You're managing edging four thousand employees at Google leaving for a company that barely had any revenue. And you felt like this was the opportunity. I felt like this was a great opportunity. A lot of people said to me. What are you doing? FACEBOOK was really small. It doesn't seem to be growing that quickly and I told them I'm going to work with and for someone I really believe in who I think is trying to do something really important. Those early years Sharell at the helm would lead to tremendous growth. And as would facebook's next move it would eventually be called platform. It was the first time that facebook was opening the site right to allow outside technology companies and or certain cases individual developers to build something that would work with the site it would prove to be one of the most important moves the company made down the line would lead to fundamental questions and concerns about how the company handled user data giving third party developers the ability to create their own applications by accessing facebook user data. facebook platform is. Why you you can follow your friends playlists? It's why you can see your friend's birthdays on your calendar and remember. I think the early form of platform was sharing more data. The architects were focused on the good as it went. Live in two thousand seven. It was a moneymaker at the moment it went live and would lead to tremendous innovation and growth but years later it would become the root of one of the company's biggest scandal. And so there's always catch twenty two whenever you're giving voice to people who didn't have a voice before they soon discovered policing content was complicated. An issue that would only grow was facebook group and moving into two thousand twelve Zuckerberg was close to a billion users and gearing up for the company's massively anticipated -ticipant. IPO questions are coming out. Is facebook really living up to the heights but there was a problem. smartphones were on the rise and facebook wasn't a mobile first APM and it was easier to access it from a computer so Zuckerberg did something atypical. He bought a company during what was known as the quiet period. Why the need need to go on a buying spree? It was really connected to this whole transition to mobile phones being the main way that we use technology. INSTAGRAM was one of the most downloaded downloaded applications on the IPHONE Zuckerberg went out and just put like a humongous money about money on the table and bought instagram. And everyone said you're crazy. What are you doing here and I actually turns out to be brilliant billion dollars? They got a team. I think there are a lot of people doubted whether or not this was is really a good acquisition. And if you look back now it makes so much sense. It was an investment in facebook's mobile strategy and it helped the company bolster its portfolio Leo Ahead of the IPO. This book is set to go public this week in what could be the biggest. IPO In history going public is an important milestone with the world. Old Watching everything that could go wrong went wrong stock that maybe picked the bad week to go public facebook the beginning of the wildest period the stock tanked and continued to for a hundred and nine days and it was the definition of roller coaster in every way and during all of this. The one person we didn't hear from was Mark Zuckerberg echoed a tiny little bit. You know when mark and Sheryl were were quiet for a three plus days after the Cambridge crisis I think mark at the time just very firmly believed that we're going to focus on building our stuff instead of talking about stuff until Zuckerberg spoke for the first time at this point. It was a highly anticipated interview. Welcome him to tech-rich disrupt and thanks for coming next having me this defining moment your ice skaters stepping on the long skate. And you know you gotTa Nail It. Performance of the stock has obviously been Disappointing we already see that mobile users are more likely to be. I'm daily active users of facebook fed. You know we're going to be focused on mobile and anyone one who doesn't bring to my office. Mocks prototypes that are based on mobile rather than desktop will be kicked out. We have almost five hundred million mobile. I users they made the shift and it would pay off. Eventually the stock price went up Zuckerberg's bet on instagram also paid off in a big way.
"brookland" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Filed against the league win seems time five thirty one center on this bitter cold Wednesday Karen Stewart yeah and on a day like today Bridget with this bitter cold we have a water main break it is in New Jersey it's on seventeen north bound in Paramus at Ridgewood Avenue water main break the right lane is blocked right now we've got icing conditions and again we are not in the throes of this morning's rush hour as of yet we'll keep an eye on this for you seventeen at ridge what is a huge exit on Paramus right now on seventeen north and things start to get heavy then we've got Jersey city dealing with an accident it's north bound on one end on timely Avenue up at Manhattan Avenue in Jersey city we've got a least one lane blocked with this accident here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels we are still pretty good Lincoln Holland GW bridge no problems but if I the GW bridge is awesome the white stone in the Throggs neck look good still heavy on queens Boulevard trying to get to the fifty ninth street bridge but the bridge continues to do well and on your way to the Lower East River crossing stir Brookland we've got some heavy delays now on the inbound go on is between sixty fifth street in thirty nine it's going to get heavy again between the prospect expressway and the Brooklyn battery tunnel over to the left keeping its the right for the Brooklyn Bridge to Atlantic Avenue Janet looks good so far so this long island's big three that alternate side parking is in effect traffic and transit every ten minutes on the one sponsored by Northfield bank wishing you and your family a happy holiday season experience the magic of banking locally grown at one of our Northfields forty branch offices in Brooklyn Staten Island and New Jersey Northfield bank member FDIC I'm Karen Stewart on ten ten wins all right and details on the cold now from accu weather meteorologist in devore well that I think the biggest thing people want to know Bridget is how long is this going to last so brutal cold this.
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"On bonuses. Currently the school district gives incentives for certain types of work. Suray Waco is a physical education teacher in Denver and says the bonuses are confusing unreliable and ineffective. We've been holding off for a long time and not getting what we want. And I think finally we've come together the district and the union have negotiated for more than a year and not reached a deal. Denver public schools says the incentives are needed to attract teachers to high need schools for NPR news and Bente Brookland in Denver, Illinois. Prosecutors are asking the state's highest court to review the. Sentencing of a white former Chicago police officer who killed a black teenager Saed attorney general Kwami role says the judge erred when he sentenced Jason Van Dyke to six years and nine months in prison, then dykes shot seventeen year old lukewarm McDonald's seventeen times in two thousand fourteen dash Cam video of the incident was not released until year later and Van Dyke was not tried until twenty eighteen he was sentenced last month. On Wall Street US, stocks closed mixed as investors await the outcome of trade talks between the United States and China. The Dow lost fifty three points, the NASDAQ gained nine and the s&p five hundred at single point. I'm Shay Stevens. NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the corporation for public broadcasting and the estate of Joan Kroc whose bequest serves as an enduring investments in the future of public radio. And the John D and Catherine T MacArthur foundation at macfound dot org. WNYC independent journalism in the public interest ninety three point nine FM and AM h winning NPR news and the New York conversation. Hi, everybody weapon to.
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"To catch a break. From all of this rain and it's not even close to being over with, heavy rain on. Saturday lead to water rescues and unpassable roads all across our region Weather Channel meteorologist Jeff marr. Says more rain is on the way up easily another. Rancher to reign as you make arena Monday and Tuesday with this ground already saturated that's going to cost big flooding concerns force were under a flood warning and coastal flood advisory until tomorrow morning a hazardous, weather outlook has also been. Issued for the rest of today with. Scattered flooding possible across our region I'm James Stanley on WMA. L. n. AL dot com Corey Stewart's public appearances and endorsements by white supremacists come up at yesterday's debate between Stewart and incumbent Senator Tim, Kaine with somebody came out and I didn't know that at the, time the. Way they were I made hundreds of people you should know that you do too Disavowed them, disavow them every one of them every every single time come across somebody like that keen response this is an individual who is a lawyer and a Georgetown grad he. Knows who these people are he knows what they stand for and he has, decided to try. To use whatever it is about him that Mr. Steve finds attractive to gain support yesterday's debate. Was the first between Stewart and Kane survivors of Thursday's. Duck booked accident on a Missouri lake or trying to put their lives back together Tia Coleman struggling after losing nine family members in the accident including three children and her husband I've never I've never had, to recover from something like. This I don't know if he is I don't, know if there is the. Recovery from me she says in a news conference yesterday she's not sure how she. Made it out alive congressman, Trey, Goudy, says the, president in his cabinet need to get on the same page when it comes to Russian meddling counties comments come. After the president I said he had no reason to believe Russia meddled. In the two thousand sixteen election even though US intelligence officials said meddling happened then the president said he actually meant. To say he had no reason to believe they did not meddle. The president either needs to rely. On the people that he has, chosen to advise him or those advisors need to reevaluate whether or not they conserve and this administration but the disconnect. Cannot continue the evidence is overwhelming and the president needs to say that and act like it cowbys spoke on Fox News Sunday Maryland governor Larry HOGAN. Rights to, the capital gazette following the murder sa- five employees, by man who opened fire in. Their newsroom. The governor says in the wake of that we. Need to come together he right Violence like what happened. Last month can't be, stopped with one tool or piece of legislation but the model for how to prevent the next tragedy begins close to home he says one part of that model is making it easier for the courts law enforcement and probation to share information so they, don't miss important leads and. Fail to stop the next shooter or in the second day of a forty five. Day shut down in the, red, line, between no, Miguel you data and fort Totten Brookland in Rhode Island avenue stations are closed until September third metro board chair, Jack Evans acknowledges yes it will be inconvenient people will not be happy. About it Buddy sounds the. Closures.
In MLB All-Star week, Metro workers empower leaders to strike
"Advisory that had been in effect for seven thousand customers in university heights michigan park north michigan park queens chapel and brookland if you live in any of those neighborhoods dc water says run cold water from your tap for ten minutes before you drink your water students from maryland high school where one student was shot and killed another this year are planning a gun control rally in annapolis kids at great mills high school in saint mary's county or recruiting students from around the state to attend the capital gazette reports its own selene san felice who survived the newsroom shooting the killed five of her colleagues will speak at the rally students say they wanna maintain pressure on governor larry hogan and state legislators mlb allstar spam fast is underway the highlights will be the homerun derby tomorrow and the game tuesday events today include the legends and celebrity softball game metro general manager paul we defiled says you should be able to get there easily today suspended all major maintenance work for the weekend so there's no issues there metro and metro plans to stay open and our leader tomorrow and tuesday to get people home from the events of course those plans could be put in jeopardy if metro workers go on strike traffic and weather next on wwl you've got an amazon echo you've got a new way to listen to wma al this is.
"brookland" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Day how a shot before i heard the sound i'll send in my things just felt like amazon fire natalie grew roommate's that she needs three more surgeries and she still struggles with a survivors gilts were there's a tv host calling out a woman who is accused of assault who is a key he was a celebrity of misconduct a woman calling herself grace claims aziz on sorry violated her during the day last year saying he kept sticking his fingers down her throat even though she was physically giving off queues that she was not interested h l ends ashley banfield basically told the 23yearold photographer from brookland a chill had a bad baghdad's your date got overly amorous after protesting his moves you did not get up and leave right away you continue to engage in sexual encounter by your own clear description this was not a rate nor was it a sexual assault by your description your sexual encounter was unpleasant it did not send you to the police it did not affect your workplace or your ability to get a job so i have to ask you what exactly what's your behalf the you had a bad day with a season's art is that what victimized you to the point of seeking a public conviction and to career ending sentence against him is that truly what you thought he deserved for your night out banfield says the accuser has damaged the times up and me to messages you have chiselled away at a movement that i along with all of my sisters in the workplace have been dreaming of for decades a move that has finally changed an oversexed professional environment that i too has struggled through at times over the last thirty years in broadcast and sorry has acknowledged he and the woman hooked up but he thought it was consensual and says he took her words to heart and responded to her privately because the only sentence that a guy like that deserves is a bad case of blue bulls not a hollywood black all aaron bender kfi news yikes well ashley we know where you stand on that one as for some strong words seriously toward the end there and this story i gotta end on a lighter note this story absolutely thrilled my young producer alex this morning.
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"Keep themselves alive four as you know of not a wildcard certainly they're alive for their division the problem here though for the atlanta falcons those sane seven excellent defense and along with drew brees being drew brees stewarding backs ted dive four as we say in their trade with anger and camara they ron they cared should they do it all and so four the falcons death spread of chorus and at home e s however how here comes on the compliance now if they lose until the saints and we think that's going to happen and now that i've said that you know would want now from column be some basketball what the nerves tonight has the nets having a home game seventy three hundred feet above seeing level of gore's every are going to be watching this one you'll need to get in the mood was some good food like like maybe a case a dea may be a bore read no may be some nachos because tonight brookland meets mexico city transition seamlessly into mexico he imbeni who have recently nets basket boycott dhanabalan pain the only many of these ancia gamble nathan astle now we are flying over mexico city and then another moment i am a heart of his enchanting lam bless you that they may oh no has never come over to gain superb boulevard leagueleader the capsule up to pulled it back agent home of maximilian and have brisk karloff he and they need will have locally ned basket by this at the now during lee beautiful body ago rivera's frescoes reconstituting must history combination made was that he had met obeyed sign new nail in i would say his reinjured of bullfighting demands courage la la z that went through the medium evoke gun them no must by this i you know all perished truly floors germany leave offered by the greatest richly wooded is se the make all moines you gotta abundant guests on our jewelry upper lovely the greek degree mills on he then converted and the oklahoma city thunder will not have a paul george in their lineup tonight probably because he was drinking the water what is it and of.
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"For npr news i'm dan carping chuck in toronto on asia market shares are mixed lower in shanghai this is npr news the us house of representatives has approved a republican bill that would make it easier for gun owners to legally carry concealed weapons across state lines that legislation as a top priority for the national rifle association opponents mostly democrats say the measure could endanger public safety my overriding state laws that place strict limits on guns the bill now goes to the senate colorado state representative is out of jail after being arrested for having a loaded gun in denver international airport as k u nc's bent of berlin reports lawmaker was the second person detained there on the same charges within the past twelve months at transportation security agent found the loaded ninemillimeter handgun when representative lori scenes bag was being screened at a security checkpoint after security agents fao sound the firearm sane was sent to jail the denver police department confirms it had one hundred and six similar incidents in the last year this was the second arrest it's a felony sane has led unsuccessful efforts in colorado to repeal the state's ban on highcapacity magazines colorado pass stricter gun laws following the two thousand and twelve aurora theater shooting for npr news i'm ben brookland in denver six woman had filed a lawsuit in manhattan accusing disgraced movie mogul harvey weinstein of civil racketering by allegedly tried to hide decades of sexual harassment and abuse the lawsuit claims studio executives taliban agents producers and others were enablers it seeks klux aspirin winding is being investigated by police in three cities but denied committing any crime on she stevens npr news in washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include the jacob and lyria.