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"brookline" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Let's go next to a Mathias in Brookline. Mathias. Welcome to night side. You're on with Dr David Dan. Dr David Rand head Mathias. Uh, it's Matias, but he is okay. I apologize for that. Mispronunciation. Go right ahead. I'm the only one here. So, uh, David I'm a scientist. And I would like to know whether you have tried to repeat your experiment outside your lap. Can you repeat them And we know experiments work sometimes, and sometimes they can't recurring feed it and your signs is prone to that. That's my first question. Let's let's see if let's I'm not sure I understand the question, but let's see if Dr Dr Rand does Dr. Grant want to take a shot of that. Yeah, sure. So, basically, you're asking if these are sort of robust replicable results, right? And so right, So we've replicated it many times we replicated in, you know, using Newton's using covert. We've done it in 16. Different countries and other research groups have also replicated our results using our same set up, eh? So it's like quite a robust Result and then also in addition to doing are sort of normal experiments where we basically do surveys and show people articles and say, do you think this is true? Or would you share it? We've also done this field experiment on Twitter when we actually message people on Twitter, not knowing it was part of an experiment. But if they didn't know is part of an experiment, and we just sent them an account from a body identified at the bottom. But it says, like, here's the story, What do you think about it? We showed that it actually worked in the real world with real world behavior, like outside of the context of any experiment, So it's like a really good important concern that you're raising. But Are these results are replicable. And what's your next question Committee is another question of the second question that Not scientific. The work, miss Information over the last 10 12 weeks have taken has taken on A progressive meaning on it basically means things that conservatives say. Untrue. Something along those lines. Don't you think that is already a part of the meaning of the word nowadays? No, I don't think so. I mean, I think that this information is sort of just used to refer to anything that is inaccurate or false. Like I said, in our experiments, we always use politically balanced article steps, So it's always half of the articles are true. Half of the articles are false. After the articles are sort of right leaning half of the articles or left leaning s, So I really don't think that the That sort of political bent one way the other is built into the definition. Yeah. And what do you What do you base that on the tears? You said the word misinformation. You're sort of characterized that I consider that to be a fairly neutral word. I think that a lot of people on the right think that the stories that come from, say, the Washington post or missed information. A lot of people left would think that Stories that they might see sourced on Bright Bart of Fox News or The New York Post on this information. I think that the term misinformation is used as a a Soweto been against ideas or information that you don't agree that not you, but the individual doesn't agree with, I think and go both ways is what I'm saying. Okay, That's fair. Thank you very much. Okay. Thank you Refuse. What? What's that? What? What type of science do you are? You said you're a scientist. I'm just curious if you wanted to tell you. I'm a computer scientist, and we're extremely concerned with the replica ability off experiments. Okay. Well, thank you for the question. I hope you felt you enjoy the answer. Appreciate it. Thanks for calling. Have a great night. Six months. 7 to 54 10 30, triple 8929 10 31 of the things that you know that I've tried to emphasize, and I hope Folks have understood what we've said tonight is this. This was not a experiment to study whatever you want to call it, Uh, that either started with a political bias or resulted in a political bias. I think that Well, we'll emphasize it on the other side of what Dr Rand has said that most people are trying to do the right thing. Although they might circulate some stories that That are untrue. He feels that people are distracted, and I would use the phrase The Internet is sort of the wild, Wild West. But I'm going to ask him about that. And if you'd like to join the conversation and ask a question or make a comment 617254 10 30 Triple 8929 10 30 Coming Right back on Nightside Dan. Night side with Dan Way until.
Brookline Elementary School Is Renamed For Black Activist Florida Ruffin Ridley
"And elementary school that John F. Kennedy once attended, is being renamed to honor a black activist and suffragist after research revealed that the schools previous namesake was a slave owner. Public school district in Brookline says will be holding an online ceremony next week formally renaming the school as the Florida roof in Ridley School. The town agreed on the name back in 2019 after deciding to abandon its previous one, The Edward Devotion school. Ridley was a prominent black activist and writer who supported women's suffrage as well as the anti lynching movement.
Boston residents celebrate NYE online
"And many others asking all of us to stay home on New Year's Eve. The final day of 2020 was quiet and Nothing like we've seen in years past the city of Boston, celebrating online with streamed performances, encouraging people to stay home people. Shall we celebrate with the people? They know people they live with. Asking people not to travel travel increases the chance of spreading the virus on the docket for many take out in a night on the couch and at La Mora and Brookline. Creativity is on the menu. Restaurant seated guests for a special New year's dinner ringing in 2021 at 2020 or 8:20 P.m.. Since the restaurant has to close at 9 30. It's been a trying year for so many, regardless of age. Let's just Local crazy love. Go on, even know we're just out of this town leg. Just go back 2019. We can't go back, but we will go forward. WBZ TV is Christina Rex reporting. One tradition that Woz upheld this year was ice sculptures, which were on display along the waterfront in Boston by a group known as Boston Harbor Now
Trump supporters in Milford and Brookline, NW of Boston, receive threatening letters
"We are not going to tolerate foreign interference in our elections or any criminal activity that threatens the sanctity of your vote, FBI director Christopher Wray. They say that Russia and Iran got access to U. S voter information. Some supporters of President Trump threatened locally with messages in the mail Police in Milford, New Hampshire, saying several people got letters that said their names were being entered into databases. And if the president loses the election and doesn't concede in November, they would face an attack in Brookline, New Hampshire, the people targeted did have public displays of support of
Activists in Boston call for Columbus Day to become Indigenous Peoples' Day
"Its Columbus Day in Boston but Brookline Cambridge and Somerville are celebrating Indigenous Peoples Day now indigenous and Italian Americans continue to stand on opposite sides of the Columbus Day. Question Indigenous American activists note Columbus accused of enabling slavery in the Caribbean of brutal treatment towards indigenous Americans and of a legacy connected with the later genocide of indigenous Americans. People's it. Tell you American Activists Columbus as the first immigrant and A. Symbol of Italian contributions to the American story but the narratives changing with increasing public support for renaming this holiday to indigenous peoples day and a growing number of Italian Americans rejecting Columbus as the appropriate symbol for their immigrant contributions to the nation.
Boston - Eating Outside In December? Brookline Extends Outdoor Dining Season
"The outdoor dining seasons being extended in Brookline, the town says, in order to support restaurants that were adversely impacted by the state home orders necessitated by the Kobe 19 pandemic. The Select board voted to extend outdoor dining until December, 7th. The outdoor seating program in Brookline, initially was set to come to an end November. 1st,
Boston - Eating Outside In December? Brookline Extends Outdoor Dining Season
"Dining season is extended into December Sounds Chile right? But officials say they're moving the last day of outdoor dining from November 1st two December 7th. Restaurants that decide to maintain their patio seating will be able to get the permits they need for temporary portable propane heaters, so there will be heat officials say they hope extending the season helps restaurants that have been hit hard by the pandemic.
Brookline Deli Owner Says He’s Getting Threats From Customers Who Won’t Wear Face Masks, Boston
"Now saying he's getting threats from customers who refused to wear face masks in his restaurant, the owner of Michael's Delhi, says angry customers are not respecting the rules, he says some of them are lashing out if they're asked to put on a mask or if they're asked to wait outside for their food orders, Stephen Pal, you bitch says, even though it's A small group. It is making life hard. It's really hard when you're trying to run a business and you need all the revenue that you can get. To try to accommodate people like that, as politely as you can, when they don't even want to talk to you about it. When you asked me to wear a mask, and they told me I could go screw and that's not what they say. But It's what they need the language they use. I can't tell you or they, you know, threatened and never come back in that report there from
"brookline" Discussed on The Young Jurks
"That was concerning any like to say the least, I? mean. Yeah. I was very shocked to see that had happened again and. It it. Made me feel fear for safety. 'cause you know? Like this is basic stuff like that should I cannot believe had it took it took two fires for there to actually get fire. Unbelievable and you didn't see the fire department either they're showing. I didn't see anybody personally. Let. Me Ask you. Do you worry more about mold eight? Or the fires like what what, what, what keeps you up at night? I mean the the the the as far as aphids in molten such that seeing a long-term. Things I worry about the things that come down the line that's. To trace back to. Things to happen. You know with like Agent Orange. People Agency. All that stuff until later on the the reverse responders, the nine eleven like their health issues happen later on. So that that concerns me for the long term, but it's the fires in just the last like nobody nobody nobody knew where to go nobody knows like you know what we're supposed to do in that event it's that that's like the media threat. So I mean it's it's you know two different sides of the same coin but the both you know. Frankly scare me. Yeah. Bet Who's in charge of that at net who's not doing their job on that or nobody has that job in their? Disorganized. I really don't know. I've I've talked to some people in other departments and asked them like, why are we doing this and I know folks say like Oh we're advocate for we're asking for but we're just kind of it's falling on deaf ears so. You know I you know it's like I. don't even David Digits. So just a lack of communication regards that. that sets troubling I mean this is. Steph, our audience needs unfortunately to here so that they can know how serious this is. And maybe if you are in Brookline or Franklin Northampton. Contact your elected official. Caught. Find out that have them looking at us. You know this, this is troubling. I'm worried about you guys I. I hope I think a union will make a big difference sumptuous. All of you feel like that too. Yeah. Absolutely I'm sure you would have regular fire drills. I was in a union and let me tell you I. I was still friends with my bosses the managers I could still talk to them. I felt like I had double communication 'cause I could go you could go directly to the boss but if that didn't work, I could go to the union and instead of like you know a lot of situations have been corporate America too. You have a problem with your boss is supposed to go to your boss's boss right or H. That always blows up in your face like that never works out. Good. It always screws you over I mean, sometimes you have to do it because you're gonNA try to take a stand in sometimes work you know in in basically in that case, you might get your boss fired but more likely you're going to get fired but..
"brookline" Discussed on The Young Jurks
"Is that in Franklin of Brookline Franklin in Franklin. Okay. So you are also edible for Franklin out for North Hampton applebrook Glenn. Also. So, you guys are all at love at your all across the different the company will you also like furloughed brought back or were you work in there the whole time? I was furloughed for like a month and then promptly next. Brobeck. Okay. I mean, we have so many questions. I'm just thinking new questions like every moment. So let's ask the first question. This is out of the blue I know like even prepping for this one but stopping shop workers right now. We're getting hazard pay got caught on July fourth they had a representative by Union. I'm wondering as anyone at New England treatment access been receiving hazard pay. Or an increase in PAG says Kobe nineteen or because Koby nineteen. Brooklyn got Like for two weeks time and a half I believe but.
"brookline" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"With their doctors Brookline teachers rally to save hundreds of jobs being cut because of a shrinking budget because of covert nineteen any right wing covert nineteen could limit students attend to a classroom union officials say over three hundred Brookline educators got pink slips not okay says Brookline educators union president Jessica wonder she but we need the money that was passed by the state in the student opportunity act this is not the time to roll that back and actually we need a lot more than that to attend to the needs of students who are really struggling in remote learning she says cuts would affect educators of color harder because many of had less of a chance to rack up security here in Brookline here Larz Anderson park teachers made slogans for their cars signs for rolling rally to make their point in Brookline Karen regal WBZ Boston news right seven thirty three traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes is going on now my yeah and just like that we've got delays up to the north this is one twenty eight north it's a locked up for about a mile through Peabody not basically Lowell St up to route one fourteen yep his roadwork setting up there they've got to squeeze down to one lane that'll be the case through the night so you might want to avoid one twenty eight north in PD right now hells wrote things are pretty good up north through one is wide open from the Tobin bridge all the way past the Linfield tunnel route three ninety three and ninety five north really good into southern New Hampshire to the south things are pretty quiet with the expressway and route three on the long the south shore that lower stretch of one twenty eight's fine in ridge twenty four ninety five south are both good coming down from ninety three down down nice and quiet no worries coming into freezing the Tobin bridge or the lever down ramps the lower deck of ninety three has been good all afternoon it's still is sterile drive looks good both ways at mass have in all the airports tunnels are fine finally the mass turnpike yeah we'll call it a speed limit ride from Boston out into Westboro miking WBZ's traffic on the threes window world a boss that is a choice to make the save on energy bills every season due to fire home with award winning windows doors siding and roofing it guaranteed everyday low prices visit window world of Boston dot com now that's window world of Boston dot com we got clear skies tonight temperatures upper forties inland about fifty four downtown sunshine tomorrow mid seventies in the inland suburbs still cooler though with the beaches in the upper sixties tomorrow night fifty five we're gonna warming up a little bit on Wednesday AT and went through low seventies at the beaches Thursday warming up even more sun and clouds eighty five in the warmest inland spots about seventy five at the shore sixty degrees right now in Boston police have been.
"brookline" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"When inside essential businesses beginning tomorrow the top Brookline requiring everyone to wear a face mask out in public Connecticut's governor Ned Lamont says he'll soon signed an executive order requiring masked in public you get to a crowded group wear a mask if you go into a store you could be interfacing with somebody at the store where a mask if you work at that store you work at the grocery store where a mass supporters mandating face coverings will take effect tomorrow in the cities of new haven and Hamden trash collectors around the state find themselves among the most popular people in town WBC scan document explains why Steve chan Garris director of the Massachusetts chapter of the national waste and recycling association says in the region there's been about a twenty five percent uptick in the volume of residential garbage and a lot of that trash is cardboard and boxes people are ordering more food into their whole because they're ordering more stuff online shopping visit uptick in the amount of corrugated volumes in the curbside bins Garris is asking residents to give a shout out to their trash collectors who are considered essential workers we're here to this pandemic the trucks out there rolling getting the P. T. on every day and while the ground zero of this thing is at the hospital it's just good to know these industries out there getting this job done every day the class WBZ Boston news radio the supreme judicial court hearing arguments in a challenge to the signature requirement for this year's elections because of coronavirus earlier the state Senate narrowly defeated an amendment to a bill which would have lowered those requirements with only nine senators in attendance the vote was five to four but they then passed a bill lowering the signature threshold for U. S. Senate and house seats as well as county candidates while leaving existing standards in place for those who are running for the legislature a Texas judge today expected to loosen up some restrictions on absentee voting in a move to limit exposure to corona virus ABC's Jim Ryan tells us the temporary injunction will face immediate challenge president trump has weighed in on the topic of absentee ballots it shouldn't be male then you should vote at the booth and you should have voter ID the governor and Attorney General here in Texas agree but a group of Democrats since it according to stations have filed suit demanding that current restrictions on mail in voting be lifted before the next election to help enforce social distancing at the polls Jim Ryan ABC news some Medford high school students sending out letters of hope trying to create community at a time of social distancing Medford high school senior Jacki Merrigan was in a community service project called common ground every week she'd work with students with disabilities but then all the schools were closed but she had an idea on how to stay in touch with those students by writing a letter they often wanted something a little more from the heart and also and that everyone wants to get letters I know I went to get a letter every week she and the others in the common ground program write letters to students in the access program they get letters in return letters of hope and encouragement they're going old school to communicate in a time when communication and community is what's needed Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news radio three oh eight let's get a check on wall St Dow into all day is at Bloomberg hard to tell these days whether it's a good day or bad day just by looking at the numbers I mean who knows these days yeah indeed and let's start with these numbers twenty two million in four weeks never before have so many Americans sought unemployment benefits in such a short space of time today we found out five point two million more of us piled in jobless claims just last week but that is not having the complete effect on Wall Street one might expect now right now losing a hundred sixteen points S. and P. flat nasdaq gaining seventy two as some traders pay more attention to hope for the slow thawing of the economy to begin the spread of covert nineteen in U. S. meat processing facilities has prompted several closures it's also prompting Tyson foods to now require every employee to wear face coverings the company says it has a four month supply of coverings that will provide them to all workers Tyson also installing workstation dividers and increasing break room space to enable social distancing even when people are not on the clock antero day Bloomberg.
"brookline" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"More medical professionals available for the expected surge of coronavirus cases out of Brookline reconfiguring some streets to give walkers more space to be socially distant the MBTA says it's trying to run as much service as it can for the central workers just a short time ago Boston mayor Marty Walsh wrapping up press conference about corona virus in the city of Boston there are more cases there are more things the city is doing it on the basis bill was there and is there now Karen let's start with the helpers shall we Boston mayor Marty Walsh photo six minutes ago turned and walked back into city hall he said that there is some relief for homeowners in the city of Boston a significant number of lenders have agreed to forbear all mortgage payment for about three months you can find that list up on my water coke and further more there will not be late fees added on to those payments and they will not be any reporting hello to credit bureaus either so if you're a homeowner in the city of Boston and you're in good school districts due to corporate at nineteen you'll be able to kind of push the that payment for the mayor said that he is not taking a look at our disparity when it comes to people of color especially Latinos and it comes to getting over in being treated for nineteen is assembling a task force who released the members of those task force today Aug thirty quite sad news is that there are more people in the city of Boston being diagnosed with corona virus the single biggest one day jump three hundred and ten new cases in the city in the last twenty four hours reporting from Boston city hall Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio all right turns and point out from across the pond good news for British prime minister Boris Johnson has been moved out of intensive care his office saying that Johnson has been moved from intensive care back into the ward where he will receive close monitoring during the early phase of his recovery was forced on him diagnosed with covert nineteen brought in earlier this week to intensive care at the hospital in London but he has now been removed from that unit president trump forming a group to work on one of his biggest priorities and that's getting the economy back on track the White House is announcing a second corona virus task force this one focus just on the economic angle and re opening the nation's businesses this task force will include treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin the president's top economic adviser we Larry Kudlow and other top administration officials as well as others from the private sector president trump is no longer setting a date to re open parts of the country but the economic task force is expected to focus on ways to get millions of Americans back to work by the end of this month Karen Travers A. B. C. news Washington some local residents collecting unemployment help starting to see an extra six hundred dollars from the federal stimulus package ABC's Rebecca Jarvis says the money on the way for all who should be getting a treasury telling us those stimulus checks are on track for direct deposit beginning next week and as for people struggling to file for unemployment insurance the benefits do exist everyone who is eligible we'll get that money from the department of unemployment assistance as the additional six hundred dollars will be added benefits retroactive to March twenty ninth there's a good chance the pandemic will change the way people do business even after the crisis is over this is Jim Ryan Kubic nineteen has forced the cancellation of countless concerts festivals even weddings and while the organizers of those events often have insurance and most have been cancellation insurance actually doesn't covered communicable disease outbreak industry analyst Eric Johnson which is interesting epidemic insurances spiking among event planners nationwide jostle it says organizers of the south by southwest music technology and Film Festival in Texas had covered for weather and terrorism but not for an outbreak like this and they are now on the hook for tens of millions of dollars building engines virtually WBC scan Tunnicliffe tells us that's what students at Worcester polytechnic doing since they can't go to school one hundred W. P. I. undergrads would normally be creating external combustion engines by using machinery in an engineering lab on campus but they've been forced to simulate the machinery and the entire lab online Toby Bergstrom operations manager at the Washburn.
Market Basket, Whole Foods workers test positive for COVID-19 in Boston
"And grocery store workers have been deemed essential they've been working long grueling hours directly with the public reports are coming in now by the day of workers at several chains testing positive including shawls and market basket tonight we've also learned an employee at the whole foods on beacon street in Brookline has tested positive at work is in quarantine whole foods says it's doing additional cleaning and disinfecting but workers at whole foods all over the country plan to call out sick today demanding better protections as a worker in New Jersey our system is a lost a fair kind of blase
Staying Elevated with Robert Glazer, CEO of Acceleration Partners
"Rubber. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me so we were joking before the call with everything going on. I think we're down to rationing zoom. Here you know it's bad when you rationing Zumikon. You're not though because we have another great episode today and Robert Excited to have you join us. Your career compromises many things. You're speaker writer. Ceo You're doing a lot out there so it's exciting have your show thanks Yeah Interesting Times. They really are so. You're the CEO of acceleration partners. And if we were meeting six feet apart of course on the street and introducing ourselves how would you go about describing what you do in your work? Yes warn you in advance? I describe you what we do. And then I'll just give you an example because it does. The description doesn't do forever anyone so we manage affiliate programs or partner programs We're one of the largest agency that kind of builds a manage these programs. Which are it's a performance? Based digital channel. Where a a merchant or retailer gets together and rather than pay for. Click on impression. They enter kind of a almost a digital business about relationship with that partner that partner can promote their products and services in there actually paid when there's an outcome so the example would be you know you talk about my books and then you post this podcast and you. Your podcast has joined the Amazon affiliate program and you do affiliate links to my book so that when you drive people to buy my books on on Amazon and then they do that You know you get a cut of that. So that's a the Amazon has a pretty huge associate program. We manage it for a lot of other kinda retail brands March Brad. So did did that help. Yeah that's a good description and if we're to back it up though into your personal life who who are you. Where'd you grow up I grew up outside of Boston Massachusetts in a in a town called Brookline. You know as a kid who kind of did everything I don't want I don't think I excelled at anything but I did everything I get it. Sports Find School. I think I have a pretty familiar story to a lot of entrepreneurs which is like as I got into school. I just As sort of creative problem solver Constantly told and I think he's really living up to his ability in fact. I do a presentation. Wade's my opening book. Which I put eight years of report cards up to any literally all say the same thing. It's like wow. We think he could do better. Sounds familiar with the sort of weighed on me Because no one really. Kinda told me how I could do better. Why could do better or that like the things that they wanted me to do? Where were you know about conforming and coloring in the lines and and that's just not the stuff I'm good at so you know we can go in into that whole trip? I? I don't think my life really changes in Iffy away until I realized that all of those things that people were trying to get me not to do for years. We're actually we might unique strengths and the things that I really lean into now and in my business my personalized at what point in your life did you start to realize. That was an epiphany. Was it just? You know years of kind of banging your head up against the wall. What was that moment or series of moments? Like where they were to mean breakthrough moments for me so I. I did fine in school. I did well enough to like. Keep my parents off my back because the repercussions whereas I went to. It's GonNa be a great student and and and it wasn't until I got through in college. I got through by sort of core curriculum and I went abroad first semester and I I was exposed to business marketing and just loved it and realize like those were the things I had always been been. Good at and I was also coincidentally Kinda done with my Your prerequisites And so I came back all classes. I wanted to take I sort of was able to get independent Major I took business in industrial psychology. And like I got kind of almost you know the junior year so I really realized Ashley Loved Learning. I just have to learn things that I'm interested in. I just can't learn things that I'm not interested in. It's just I don't know whether it's part of the. Add or or whatever but it's also not worth it. And I think that's when I realized that I had sort of confuses whole time like I didn't know I love to learn because I wasn't interested in most of the stuff that I was in learning and so then when I got engaged on staff I am trying to make up for for a lot of years later after I started the business We kinda got a couple million. I went to a pretty Intensive leadership program that SORTA stripped us down understand our core values came out of that really feeling like guy. I'm still not living to my potential. And just realign my whole life and business around my core values. Once I could articulate those and that's that's kind of when I started cooking with gas. That's really interesting. You bring that up. Was that experience. Would you describe it as like traumatic difficult? How did you face that reality? Because that's kind of where now is just Taking a really honest look and Step back with the help of a you know really specialized Let's just call it like performance program. You know it's funny i. I've been doing this for so long. Have been helping our teams to now do this and understand their core values. 'cause I think it it locks so much into them but but most people i. I now accused of being a therapist but first of all I love which is good which I think all the best CEOS ultimately are the people around right. I run a large professional services business. Nothing I ever deal with isn't a people problem whether it's a client or a partner or an employee and one of the things I've learned in my journey and it's not just I mean it's just so obvious that people what I've noticed is for. Most people is that their purpose lies very close to pain and and for some people. It's obvious like they grew up in someone in their family was affected by cancer and so they went and became a doctor other people. It's really obvious and sitting in front of them but they haven't made the connection so I had a friend We work with the call me last week and was talking about some jobs that they were looking at and and all kinds of stuff and and and really trying to figure out what was the best opportunity and how important it was to help people to make connection and bring people together and help them be heard and I know this person is is is gay but you know very openly gay and and actually said after bunch because he's going around trying to understand what he was actually looking for in a job and he just kept talking about I said. Do you think that that it's maybe not related? That these things are really important to you in work. And it's basically how you lead and you kind of large part of your life kind of had to hide entire part of And there's just like thirty seconds of silence on the phone and then he was like I don't understand how I missed that right. I was just I was just listening to it. But but I've had these conversations over and over and and for a lot of people I think the connection is really clear And for others it there. They just haven't seen it and once he does really powerful because I think it's it's super motivating when you understand why you do what you do. It's not it's not about being a victim it's not about not honoring that but you know most people are really you know they're trying to solve something that that is personal it's Namur passionate in there. Either is something that would form of the happen. Usually from either positive or negative experience earlier in their life definitely. I think that you know exploring. That is so difficult right. Because you're just mean when you experience it and you experience what it's like to be blind sided with something that you've been oblivious to for sometimes a decade or multiple decades. It's not easy right. It's a confidence shake. It's a punching gut. It's whatever you WANNA call it but as you go through that and start to like reconstructor identity I think there's a lot of opportunities to emerge into something new so when you started to emerge into something new after this program What was that process like for you and was it like taking the weights off. Did you like you know? Take the emergency brake off. What was that like? Yeah I mean I it two ways right. I think yeah. It is euphoric so when you and I talked about this in my book elevate I I think that we all know our core values like when we cross them and we feel it. We just can't articulate them or we can't see them well enough to make a decision on them I was driving through the car in the dark. And you hit the side of the tunnel and then you know to bounce off and then you hit the other side writes. Your car's pretty battered. But like you know when you hit the guardrail while if the lights were on the lines were painted you'd stay from from from the guardrails so I think when you start looking at this you put this together. I did have this sort of moment. Wanted all came together for me like it's kind of like look back and someone takes this like Stencil and lays it on your life like Oh my God. It all makes sense now. Everything everything that worked in didn't work and people and relationships in jobs like I I look at it under the Stencil and it all makes sense
Doctors are bracing for a long battle with coronavirus
"Right now more than a hundred new cases of corona virus are reported in Massachusetts this is the largest one day jump to date the death toll in Massachusetts stands at nine this morning doctors all across the country are are bracing bracing for for what what could could be be a a very very long long battle battle ahead ahead people people are are going going to to be be a a symptomatic symptomatic carriers carriers spreading spreading the the virus virus to to other other people people and and we we will will not not be be able able to control the amount of clusters we see around the country and then we will just overwhelm the health system and as Dr Imran Ali of university of Connecticut health supporting all measures to keep people at home a Boston college student has tested positive for corona virus and is in isolation on campus in Brookline there are more than a dozen cove in nineteen cases there and now a possible case at a fire station has closed up
"brookline" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Brought to you by Brookline bank its banking well crafted good afternoon I'm Ben Parker here's what's happening well all street continuing to take it on the chin the bear market continuing to run wild today losses of more than ten percent we even throws things for a while early this morning and all day is at Bloomberg keeping an eye on all of this and really it's it's across the board losses here now yeah across the board all of the main indexes fully ensconced in a bear market now for the first time since the two thousand eight two thousand nine financial crisis as corona beer kept mercilessly slamming this market the Dow fell the most points in a single day ever and a ten percent the biggest percentage loss since nineteen eighty seven two thousand three hundred fifty three is the total the Dow was down many of us can remember when the Dow wasn't even worth that much in total nasdaq tumbled nine and a half percent seven hundred fifty points S. and P. down two hundred sixty one the session's losses came as traders regarded policy interventions by the US and European governments thus far as insufficient even the surprise announcement of a major fed reserve injection of cash into financial markets had only a temporary effect cutting losses roughly in half for a little bit of the day before they just started sliding back down again then all right money is being made available to states to help tackle coronavirus WBZ's James Ross tells us millions of dollars in federal funding released to Massachusetts Massachusetts is receiving over twelve million dollars in funding from the centers for disease control and prevention this comes days after president trump signed the eight point three billion dollar measure to help combat the virus the U. S. department of health and Human Services says that funding can be used for a variety of activities including but not limited to epidemiology equipments supply is answered staffing James R. O. hasta you Beezy Boston's newsradio the Boston Marathon will not be run on April twentieth as planned WBZ TV reporting there is a possibility that the race could be rescheduled to the fall Rome is canceled its marathon already out of corona virus concerns a marathon in Paris as been postponed as well the story of heroism from last night's raging inferno when Lynn WBZ's Karen regal tells us about an MBTA bus driver who rushed into a burning home headed home then I happen to notice up flame on the second floor of somebody's house Christina does he was at the end of her shift driving back to the garage and Lynn with an empty bus which is also smoke on Milton street wasn't thinking about it I just remember I have fire extinguisher on my bus and I pulled over and he kind of looked in actually I honestly don't know where this brave ri bravery of mine came from.
"brookline" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Actually called back to the phones go to Jane in Brookline J. next a nice accurate it it's gene gene I'm sorry gene that's okay John you're on the right you're in the ring central next thing that happened to me can I doubt we'll be just fine and dandy thank you very much you're in the ring central nice Econoline gene that's my wife's name Greta had okay I picked up the phone but down the phone picked up the phone down the phone I just picked it up and I think I caught I told I totally agree with you that something needs to be done with a legal immigrant they should not deprive his license should not be allowed to vote the lord knows that could be falling out you know like a cockroach in someplace can we should increase legal immigration because I know for a fact that your grandparents were in Ireland my mother born in Hungary yeah and how we might require that I can actually agree with you can I give you one more just real quick okay just give me a lot of not going to steal your time but the reason I don't know the reason I think legal immigration should be increased is that's only about a million people a year who am I legally naturalized citizens in this country where country three hundred and twenty seven million people I mean that's less than one third of one percent and I think we can have a greater influx it's which also might make illegal immigration less less desirable so it may have to impacts it might increase that you know that the people who want to come to this country and we know who's coming in this country it's all the plus size so I'm in favor of increased legal immigration but I'm dead set opposed to illegal immigration so one night now you know what I was trying to be like a tenant I've been up and got on the phone we're going to start with the woman that was killed in coverage as well illegal immigrants Stanley you remember her name I'm a stainless case styling sure she was walking with her dad yep go ahead yeah and god he was a young Jesuit product Elena's twenties that was draped with gas under our car on a motorcycle Matthew Denise in Milford Massachusetts there you go the two doctors healthy yeah sure yep they were killed and they were by the way they happen to be legal immigrants by the way yes yeah you know I'm going to talk about their you know because I know the girl attempted to collect you know legal here so she was he was a U. S. citizen is it the irony is that the guy who who was given a three hundred and sixty four day jail sentence so he he would not be turned over to I thought I yeah yeah and that's why he was out and about after five months he was he he he he was he he went to jail in August he served seven or eight months he got out in April and he killed the doctors in may right in the the family members from the last quote like at three weeks ago now and they were all murdered they were on where they were killed they were Meredith hasn't been turned I use the word by that would unite a gene I use the word slaughtered that works yeah only because only because murder has a definite definite legal definition should deliberations they were slaughtered it's as simple as that only on the things like that just yet you may now yes Waterford was like Joe schmo from Quincy would we be still talking about it would we be talking if if the individual was was a US citizen yes I did all that shot that girl and out their own political that young children die under her car you know the chill no we know we probably know you're the point you're making we probably would not be talking about it and the reason we would not be talking about it is that we have enough Americans in this country who take the lives of other Americans we don't need a cohort of illegal immigrants coming in this to a country to take the lives of even more Americans you always makes sense to me the fact of the matter is that this guy this guy had left the country on time and we still don't know if he was here one day one year five years if he left the country these folks would not have been killed on February eighteenth by this guy now someone might type hypothesize and say well then they were going to go down the road one and a half miles and they were going to be broadsided by America how do you know that I don't know that but what I do know is they would not have been killed at that moment on February eighteenth at five thirty on that road in in Chesapeake to semi Florida by that individual if he was not in the country illegally right that's the Argyle yep that's in it it will argument because I always listen to you and you I mostly agree with you the one like this because the Republican from Brookline kamikaze my life is on the quote I'm not because I I am not a quasi Republican I am a and and unenrolled proud independent I because I think the Republican Party disappoints us the Republican Party had their chance with George Bush George Bush forty one George bush forty three they had their chance to fix the immigration system they did nothing to fix the immigration system nor did I what did president Obama what did president Clinton so there's a lot of blame to go around you always want to win go around you got it given you got people in my little discussion regarding it and I love thank you you are like my favorite like drug okay and what about the wine every now and then that's my favorite drug I'm with you I thank Jean I appreciate very much you become my favorite color good night six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty we're gonna keep going here I got I'm John in Berkeley in Woburn and Bob in Cambridge and we just have someone drop offs we have to open lines you've been trying to get through and one of my E. mailers no well or Nolan not sure if was a Noel or Noel is having a tough time getting through dialing right now six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty side with Dan rate the news watch never stops WBZ newsradio ten thirty we made USA insurance for members like Martin a veteran made of conviction he believes if you're going to do something you should do it right like measuring twice and cutting once the when a hail storm and are you SA I reached out to him before he could even inspect the damage Martin said that's.
Valet Shot Outside Boston Hospital Was Hit By Police Gunfire
"A parking valet shot outside a Boston hospital this month was hit by a bullet fired by a Boston police officer who was targeting a man with what turned out to be a replica gun the man fled and was shot and killed in Brookline the valet is still
Boston: Springfield City Council passes facial recognition moratorium
"Last night Springfield voting to pass a moratorium on the use of facial recognition technology they join north Hampton Cambridge Brookline and Somerville of already passed similar measures director of technology for liberty program at the ACLU okay Crawford said in a statement early studies on this new technology is biased when it comes to race gender and age that's far from government use police departments around the country have been looking to tap into the resources of what facial recognition technology could bring to the table when it comes to fighting
Boston: Early Voting Starts for Mass. Voters
"It's something new for the Commonwealth early voting in the presidential primary polling places open their doors across the state this morning more than a week ahead of the presidential primary on March third this is the first time that we've had early voting in a primary here in Massachusetts in Brookline people started casting their ballots early this morning Maya Moore says she's here out of necessity because she won't be around on primary day definitely super glad it was convenient for me having to vote in wanting to vote in the first place and then having the option to do it early secretary of the Commonwealth William Galvin says the option of early voting takes the pressure off of super Tuesday not to worry about the weather or not to worry about a crowd not to worry about the schedule what he wants to remind people if you vote early that's it you can't change your mind if they have some doubt as to their choice or may want to
"brookline" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"After being wounded earlier in the day a suspect fleeing the scene pursued by police was shot and killed in Brookline investigators say there's no sign of engine failure in the Kobe Bryant helicopter crash York times columnist Paul Krugman is up with his latest book challenging the status quo it's called arguing with zombies economics politics in the fight for a better future Grossman spoke with WBZ's Laurie Kirby about zombies what kind of zombies are you arguing with Paul the focus of a bargain with don because it is on zombie ideas ideas that you should be dead because they've been proved false but they just keep on sampling along and eating people's brings so things like the idea that tax cuts pay for themselves all right so a zombie in your mind or zombie idea is what defined at something that is brainless something that devours no it's something that should be dead it says so tax cuts pay for themselves climate change is a hoax yeah that is that the national debt is going to kill us all tomorrow these are things that what year after year have been proved wrong not a week there if there was ever any case for then it's gone away decades ago but they just stay out there and it sort of retain their grip on our political discussion and I know that economy is essentially your background I think you got your graduate degree in it so I know this is near and dear to your heart what do you think of president trump's trade policies right now from an economic perspective is that a zombie idea or is it a Phoenix idea actually back door to Phoenix I do I use cockroach for those that cockroach ideas are bad ideas that you can't read out for a while but they keep on coming back and so after tax business more cockroach dented by a zombie and tactical discredit things in there that's the thing about about the anthropology it has been a net negative it say it's not a huge me people people tend to over read the importance of trade because it sounded court its globalist mobile or not so his parents had been a net drag on the economy and if your particular your performers big natural disaster but if they see you know I I I would say of of the things that trump has done the or try to do the protectionism while bad is not the worst by a long shot I mean I'd say healthcare is part is much much worse I want to talk about tribalism but first we're talking about big money items in the economy your opinion on all of the Democrats for president health care plans what kind of animal or that I will the thing about single payer players you know everybody over the age of sixty five in America lives under a single payer system that's why we call it Medicare for all and people are really happy with it so and the other countries that do have single payer systems are very happy with them so I it's a good idea on the substance the trouble is I think it the politically non starter at this point because a hundred and sixty million people have private insurance and your client's name to them we're going to take away what you've got and replace it with something else and trust us it'll be better and even though that's probably true it's too heavy a lift now I actually think that nobody should be worried if if Bernie Sanders becomes president Medicare for all is not going to happen during his first term and it's it that the chance of actually getting through Congress is is now also the I think you want me to distance between the aspirational plans of the Democrats and what they're actually likely be delayed in office which is quite similar they would all be doing what amounts to a a greatly enhanced and expanded obamacare what are the three main takeaway points of this book that you've just written your latest book I mean first is that there there are a lot of zombies out there that a lot of what and most of our political discussion is not one serious idea versus competing serious idea mostly it's it's a serious ideas versus zombie ideas that that nobody should actually take seriously but which are are still out there the second is that the reason that the zombie state there's usually money it usually that that someone with a financial stake is is keeping those zombie ideas a lot and the third is that we hope that it it's not hard the the economics of having a much sphere are much more secure society are right there we we we we know how to do it we can see that a lots of lots of the things we should be doing are being done in other countries so it only because these that are standing in the way of of a decent society for all Americans seven fifty at Logan airport a man found carrying a loaded gun TSA officers say they stopped the man from Handcock to Hampshire when they saw the hand gun and his carry on bag as it entered the check point X. ray machine the man was questioned eventually allowed to return the weapon to his vehicle Boston federal court a former investment company CEO gets nine months in prison in the college admissions scandal seconds given Douglas Hodge the harshest yep for any of the parents in the case prosecutors say hajj paid bribes totaling eight hundred fifty thousand dollars to get four of his children into the university of southern California and Georgetown as fake.
"brookline" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"My old man with the Brookline high school with Boston University love jazz thank you all male talk about how Cuba for a couple years worth is back regale me with all the stories I hated yeah and it's about time I went to the upper that story dad yeah I know that story about time you're in a band he went in this jazz club the music's talk as much inside at clubs a dozen side his car tough guy all right what do you say we take another drive around the block and listen to it I can't even begin to tell you how does that grab you cannot tell you how many times he said to me when you get your own car you can use your own music get the back of the car we're gonna bump jazz and go to antique stores awesome sounds like another great Saturday yeah really has that grab you because when we come back you're going to shovel some horse crap because we own horses in you don't true story and we're gonna fix some fences Hey dad respectfully respectively you owe me we're not good at fixing crap all right so why we fixing these fences why why are you dragging **** in dragging me to the lumber store again to buy things to fix ourselves we're not good at that yeah I'm good at it and you're gonna get good at it you just sit back there in the semi jazz and we're gonna fix offenses chip on my hip my shoulder is because that childhood a childhood that I spent shoveling horse crap when I did ride listening to jazz which I hated and fixing fences which I was not good at all true stories of my life and my childhood in Los Angeles no weird all true we had horses we fix fences we shovel horse crap and we listen to jazz that's the Jim Rome childhood that's all you need to know about me that's why I'm sitting in this chair right now the promise myself I bust my **** eighteen hours a day if not twenty to get away from that life the mean streets of Calabasas you don't send me tweets like that it's taking me back to a bad place how many thought was funny to my man Jay man he thought that was funny he could be joy that anymore not be very clear about this not smooth jazz jazz you get nice to know that not easy listening jet yet that with that if we had a list of that the back of the car talk about that old school jazz not all love and how much I hated his transmission his car that can go well either I saw all of this you know there was awhile when it's come up when I talk to somebody about cancer and not to bring anybody down I won't as one say I don't I want to make it sound like I'm disrespecting.
Cities are banning natural gas in new homes, citing climate change
"A growing number of US cities are taking a stand against gas stoves long billed as a more convenient way to cook because of their contribution to climate change since June a dozen cities have banned natural gas equipment in new buildings Berkeley California was the first follow industry by San Jose Mountain View Santa Rosa and Brisbane a half dozen other cities have also passed laws to strongly encourage all electric construction without burning fossil fuels out right here on the east coast Brookline Massachusetts and November became the first city in the state of brand new gas hookups a home with a gas stove likely uses gas for other purposes and it's those other appliances the furnace and the washer and dryer there are most responsible for climate warming pollution however in recent years Americans have use gas more than any other fuel except oil a major reason carbon emissions have capped
"brookline" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Brookline bank is banking well crafted good morning I'm double Lawler and here's what's happening just enough to mess with the afternoon could be you know we is on the way will get a coating later on here in the greater Boston area maybe a little more outside of one twenty eight WBZ TV meteorologist Derek Fisher chance was a morning sun and then the clouds are gonna take control again starting out in the twenties than finding a spot in the thirties as we head toward mid day in the afternoon more weather details coming right up on the threes the impeachment process moves forward speaker Nancy Pelosi says the president has seriously violated the constitution and she's called for the house Judiciary Committee to draft articles of impeachment this as president trouble looks at a five PM today deadline to decide if he wants lawyers to represent him at the house proceedings former vice president Joe Biden mixing it up with a man at an Iowa voters forum CBS is Natalie brand reports on the campaign trail in Iowa former vice president Joe Biden lashed out when a man brought up his son hunters work for Ukrainian energy company you're selling access to the president just like he was damn liar million that's true one by president trump has threatened to have the bidens testified during a possible Senate impeachment trial something Biden has said he would not do voluntarily Natalie brand CBS news Capitol Hill the New Hampshire primary is not far away February and WBZ newsradio is on the campaign trail talking to the candidates told ABC Jim McKay caught up with mayor P. booted judge after a campaign stop in Milford and among the topics healthcare when asked about your health care plan you have a plan that is a Medicare for people who wanted to a more moderate approach to some of your more progressive candidates running the Democratic Party why go that route well I think it's the best policy the idea of Medicare for all who wanted is that anybody can get on to that public alternative if you want to but I'm not gonna force you look at is there some reason why you would prefer to be on your private plan there's no need to compel you to leave it after all if the private planets are the public plan that we create is going to be the best for everybody everybody will choose it and eventually it will be Medicare for all but I don't want to assume that Washington's gonna know best when and whether that choice is right for you I trust individual Americans to decide for themselves whether they want to stick with a private plan or come under the public one will create the judge also says it's time for the American people to come together the national Christmas tree lights are on president trump and the First Lady presided over the ninety seventh annual ceremony outside the White House the president using the occasion to thank veterans we're forever in debt to the brave veterans and service members we applaud their noble service there's nobody like them they are an inspiration to us all melania trump flip the switch on the thirty four blue spruce from Pennsylvania.
"brookline" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Sponsored by Brookline bank its banking well crafted we're actually talking about well is a craft beer it is beer making an average is about to hit the fast lane night shift brewing is ready to tap into automation to increase output the company is pouring many millions into its burrow house to keep the sides flowing with a fifty percent increase in barrels out the door night shift recently announced expansion in Philly where there's room to grow to keep up with its fast growing beer business especially as a branch isn't a hard seltzer that's the latest big new thing are your bank account continues to take a hit if you are shopping for a home. new numbers for the mass association of realtors shows that pending home sales for August went through the roof up almost ten percent of the month the condo market also on fire gamestop is the latest in a long list of retailers rearranging the deck chairs as it struggles to stay alive the company has been trimming pay roll and closing stores now comes word that up to two hundred more stores will be shut down sales are apparently vanishing but the C. E. O. says these moves are part of a four point plan to turn things around for game stop. and let's see if I can bring up the Wall Street numbers for you right now give me a moment let's see we are definitely looking at a day of wait for it Wade Ford wait for it. you now don't you hate that when the computer freezes Senate circles the Dow Jones is up one hundred and thirty three points at twenty seven thousand forty two nasdaq gaining sixty two and the S. and P. up thirteen. that was worth the wait. and that is New England businesses to twenty seven business owners and professionals face special challenges in divorce court in addition to everything else going on they have to contend with allegations that they are earning more than they are coupled with claims on their business or practice itself attorney CPA Joe Cordell an effective defense often hinges on sophisticated strategies strategies relating to income tax projections business valuations spousal support claims clients with assets depend on their divorce lawyer skills in these matters and that's why it's so important to hire someone that has those skills.
Brookline And Boston discussed on Reveal
"The fourth graders he elementary school have arrived this morning the kids will become senators are from a school in Brookline a well off suburb of Boston and they have a big task to do comprehensive immigration reform can mean a lot of things like increasing border enforcement tweaking worker visas and imposing fines for employers who hire undocumented immigrants but the bill that the kids senators will be working on today focuses specifically on the most controversial aspect of comprehensive immigration reform providing a pathway to citizenship
"brookline" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Getting nervous driving around in this network yes because what happened this as a generator and generate is to not charge if you're stuck in traffic so you you know you could have some issues if you have a real live trek fuel pump and I have got stuck with it once so because of traffic problems in Salem James R. O. hasta UBC Boston's news radio your latest Boston area traffic downtown math Mike he's found that across your down two lanes Brookline have mass Avenue otherwise you could in the connector the lower deck in the airport tunnels south of the city expressway south is jammed up from the pike to mass AB on route three south bound it's slow nor well between two twenty eight and route fifty three then it's heavy going passing work crews after one thirty nine in Duxbury and on the Cape route six west bound is wide open to the Sagamore bridge the town pikie through on the brakes by route nine in Framingham ninety five southbound slows a bit for work after the pike to ninety east delays past the pike all the way to hope out of two ninety westbound has a minor delay but one before one forty in shoes very every to respond stall to Lexington where you're down a lane by pleasant street north of town for ninety five north just a minor delay passing work by ninety three in Andover southbound has heavy delays in Westford by Boston road route one south work crew setting up for overnight work at the Chelsea courage by route sixteen steeper as WBZ twenty four hour traffic network here's the four day WBZ accu weather forecast it's a pleasant night out there tonight we'll have a partly cloudy sky will be a comfortable sixty seven in Boston near sixty in the cooler suburbs.
Brookline, W. B. C. And Jim Mckay discussed on WBZ Morning News
"Electric scooters now on the road in Brookline and a few months into a pilot program many say those scooters are now are not all they're cracked up to be it's an issue with safety as we hear from W. B. C.'s Jim McKay it really depends on who you ask but I work in a hospital so I see all these tragic things happen to people I spoke to this woman waiting for Green Line train of the Washington Square station she says it's a great idea but there are many concerns I think I'm just concerned about people's safety in fact the first day they launch the program back in April the woman fell down scraped your head and needed to go to the hospital not everyone is exactly abiding by the rules I see young kids and even adults weaving in and out of traffic however the long term goal is to ease traffic congestion people just need to realize the rules you need to
"brookline" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"With the congressman and Brookline Karyn regal WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio. Meanwhile, some in the state's congressional delegation are calling for impeachment of former college soccer player charged in Boston federal court with sending death threats to dozens of professional and college athletes Addison Choi a Fullerton, California attended Wellesley college back in two thousand seventeen and between July and December of that year. The feds allege Choi posted threats to at least forty five different Instagram accounts, choice due in court at a later date. So do you have low agrees to change its election process for city council and school committee after Latino and Asian American residents filed a federal lawsuit? The settlement means the city will end its at large system that has been in place since nineteen fifty seven in Lowell meantime, a downtown park named after one of the city's most famous former residents is getting something of a lift WBZ's. Carl Stevens has more from Carolina park in Lowell contrary to what William Shakespeare wrote, all the world is not a stage if it were the city of law would not have just purchased a huge shipping container which will act as a stage in Carolina park knots of concerts, and theatrical performances and events in the summer because parks gonna come alive eighties going to come alive. Yes. Special events coordinator, Roberto day, says it's part of an effort to get more people to care back park which features huge marble structures with quotes from Jack Kerouac, maybe soon more people will be reading those quote. Notes from low Carl.
"brookline" Discussed on KQED Radio
"At stop and shop in Brookline Massachusetts walked off the job along with thousands more across Massachusetts island and Connecticut, Pat James has worked there for eight years. She says she and her co workers want the company to keep their current vacation and healthcare benefits relate to live just like everyone else, and they will Ben and they will break, and they will let us have what we want. A company spokesperson says they have proposed a good and reasonable offer to the unions and are deploying temporary workers to reopen the two hundred forty affected stores for NPR news. I'm Ana customer in Boston. You're listening to NPR news. The city of Chicago is suing jussie smollet to recover the cost of investigating his claim of being the victim of a hate crime, plus any legal fees. Police and city officials insist the actor who is black and gay pay to people to help him stage. The incident small was charged with filing a false police report, but Cook County prosecutors dropped the case small stands by story in Ohio. Governor Mike dewine has signed a Bill outlawing abortion. Once fetal heartbeat is detected. Similar bills are pending it at least seven other states abortion rights activists are already vowing to challenge the Ohio law, and it's really spacecraft reached the moon today. But crash landed we get details from W MFE's, Brendan Byrne, the privately funded spacecraft name Barasheet launched on a SpaceX falcon nine rocket from Florida's space coast snapping southeast throughout its two month long journey to the moon, but just minutes before touchdown the space craft lost communication with ground control. Here's over door and. Of space. I l the Israeli nonprofit behind the mission we have a failure in the space craft. We unfortunately, have not managed to land successfully. Despite the failure the mission is a big deal for Israel. It's just the seventh country to orbit the moon and the fourth to make it to the surface. It's unclear if space I will try again for NPR news. I'm Brendan Byrne in Orlando on Wall Street stocks closed mixed today with the Dow Jones industrials losing fourteen points. The NASDAQ composite index lost sixteen point the S and P five hundred gained a fraction. Asian markets are mixed at this hour. I'm Shay Stevens. NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Condado fund, supporting individual dignity and sustainable communities through investments in transformative leaders, and ideas. Learn more at K E N E DA fund dot org.
The dire workforce crisis in US childcare
"There's a crisis brewing in the childcare industry. A dire. Workforce crisis is prompting the childcare industry to us business tactics. Typically reserved for Wall Street such as non compete policies for workers and families and non refundable, wait list fees for parents, looking for daycare inexpensive urban areas. Like, Seattle, New York and San Francisco childcare centers are struggling to meet seemingly insatiable demand yet. The pay remains low some childcare centers offer college tuition incentives for low paid workers, but according to the US bureau of labor statistics, the median childcare worker makes twenty two thousand dollars which is less than parking lot
Amid outrage over Woodward book, Trump comments on libel laws
"Now this outrage over the Woodward book that's going to be a real well selling book, Trump comments at comments on libel laws. He wants to change the laws. He says we're gonna take a look at those laws. There are already laws that punish people for telling untruths about someone. But. Even if you change the laws chances are if you're telling the truth, it's about someone. That's that's a defense. I mean, maybe the president wants to change the law. So that you can't say anything bad about anyone even if it is true. Which would mean, you could not say anything bad about President Obama? Without being subject to the lawsuit that but the president of what maybe it is.
"brookline" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Caller for brookline massachusetts eight five five two one two four two two seven or on twitter at a law radio jonathan says china should have let him finish out the year meaning eli and never made it public bad form by coach makah makhayev's view spelled it wrong but whatever i mean who cares i've been calling america don't dramatic a dope steve is in green bay steve welcome to after hours i feel guilty for calling in makhadov i have to stop every time i do i feel this twinge of killed like i i should be so mean but you know he was a great quarterback coach here and i tell you why what he's doing right now would would never want wash your in green bay because i've i've always been eli manning thing especially seeing the fact that you know he came in here in two thousand seven beat farben uh in the championship game to go to the super bowl and then 2011 you know we're fifteen wine we were expecting to go to another super bowl and and you like came in and you know cleaned are clocking it just i'm just i'm just i'm i'm like i'm like you know mccarthy when he has like for example of bread on me here ja young young quarterback he's attach yet they have with them you know and use doing the same thing like when mike mike uh homebrew m was when you know you know i made any any stuck with his quarterback in and you know and and and i don't get it because last year he went to the playoffs the giants or any platform issue that and i just don't understand what mac could do is doing because that's not the packer way and i'm sure as i you know and i always had a lotta respect for tom coughlin and i just i just you know they just don't forget it he was obviously really upset yesterday i think i think i think i can speak for a lot of packer nation that this is just totally y'all bogus it's not it's not right i agree with that now we know we learn these hard lessons all the time there is no such thing is loyalty in sports and end sports can be ruthless and they can be uh they can be this.
"brookline" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM
"I don't know why no i was in mouse exactly so i'm sure there was some kind of a power surge maybe some of the smashed into a light poll also had evil experiences i live when i love them brooklyn brookline i brookline brookline massachusetts when i was in brooklyn so what when i when i was there i had a smoke out in the hallway you smoke and the apartments okay all right so i went out this long been all waves late was like three in the morning it was raining out and i i you know i go and and i go by the window when i'm smoking so now i'm literally twenty feet is from my apartment door so i'm sitting there and i'm looking out the window with the rain and it felt like somebody put their mouth over my ear and said hey babe to say shut up i'm not done so i went whoa did they sounded 60s you just did well who can i got my demi moore who is going to serve a true so what happened was i turned out that's norway nobody's there and i'm thinking to myself i thought it was the chikao was living with who is this came up to annoy me because you can get a minute alone so i walked away he's like somebody show up so i'm smoking in what you said so i go back into the apartment cheese literally on the other side of the apartment right where i love her and she said who you're talking to a so what he means but who is calling you baby li's death i don't believe in it i i get that to happen to you but i believe it the whole thing was a dream choose the part of the during the wallet tell us store talk every adults are.