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Medical Experts 'Fustrated' by Slow Vaccine Rollout
"Sounding the alarm over the covert vaccine rollout so far at Brown, University renowned pandemic expert As she's Joss says he's incredibly frustrated by a slow rollout asking on Twitter. Did we not know the vaccines were coming states ever see fewer doses than initially expected? Jaws, blaming the federal government for not working with them on delivery over the weekend. New York University's Arthur Caplan was also worried. We've got to get on the ball here, a virus relief bill President Trump signed Sunday includes $69 Billion for vaccine distribution, which Josh says will help. Meantime, Vice President elect Kamila Harris got her first vaccine dose this morning and urged all Americans to follow when their turn comes SOCCER
Virus expert 'frustrated' by slow vaccine rollout, Harris gets first dose
"Some medical experts are sounding an alarm over the code nineteen vaccine rollout so far at Brown University renowned pandemic expert as she shot says he's incredibly frustrated by a slow rollout asking on Twitter did we not know the vaccines were calming speeds ever see fewer doses than initially expected in jaws blaming the federal government for not working with them on delivery over the weekend New York university's Arthur Kaplan was also worried we've got to get on the ball here a virus relief bill president trump signed Sunday include sixty nine billion dollars for vaccine distribution which Joss says we'll help meantime vice president elect comelec Harris got her first vaccine does this morning and urged all Americans to follow when their turn comes Sager mag ani Washington
health experts break down new COVID strain found in U.K.
"A new strain of coronavirus identified in the UK has been raising a lot of questions. It has some pretty important mutations on the part that attach is into our bodies and infects us. That's according to Dr Megan Ranney, an emergency room physician with Brown University. We're not thinking that this new string is more dangerous, but it looks like it may spread more easily, which means that we'll have more super spreader events. And it will be tougher to control the virus, she tells can next, though there is a piece of good news about it. It doesn't look like those mutations will hurt the ability of the vaccine to protect us. But there is some research underway to make sure that the vaccines was still worked against the mutations. And of course, we're keeping our eyes open because we expect that there will likely be more mutations to come. Which is why Dr Randy says is so important People get vaccinated as soon as possible to protect everybody. John Stevens can extend 70
CDC says new Covid strain in UK could already be circulating undetected in U.S.
"As the United Kingdom celebrates Christmas with some parts under a tighter lockdown, due in part to a new, more transmissible spread strain of cove it. Health officials operate under the assumption that it's already arrived in the US Here's a B C's Aaron Critter ski. The new variant appeared in two people in Britain who came into contact with others who had traveled to South Africa where the mutation was first detected. Doctor and she's jot, the Brown University School of Public Health, told ABC News. The variant is likely in the United States are hospitals are feeling this incredible amount of strain. Already, these variants are going to lead to more people getting infected more people getting hospitalized. Unfortunately, more people dying, just said the U. S. Does a poor job but looking for new variants, he said, though he remains confident vaccines will work against them.
Pfizer to supply U.S. with 100 million more vaccine doses
"With the U. S to provide millions of vaccine doses to Americans in the first half of next year. Wiser said it would supply the United States with enough Corona virus doses to vaccinate 100 million Americans. There are already millions of doses of the visor and now Madonna vaccines in circulation. At last check the U. S had vaccinated less than 700,000 people. Dina Brown University's school of public health doctor, She's John says That's something to keep an eye on over the next several weeks. I'm hoping that pace picks up this week and next, But if it doesn't I think we're gonna start getting concerned about whether we can get all these vaccines out to people. Quickly, you know or not. As for holiday traveled. The essay is screening more than four million people since Friday live from the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studios. This is global news 24 hours a day on the air and on Bloomberg Quick take power by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries on Michael Barr, and this is Bloomberg.
Health Officials Urge Americans Not to Travel
"Be told not to travel there being told again, and they're still doing it. Susie Labor preparing to fly cross country from from L. L. A A X X to to Florida Florida for for Christmas Christmas and and traveling traveling to to see see my my Children Children and and my my granddaughter. granddaughter. And And so so and and to to spend spend two two days days in in Disney Disney world world and and then then sit sit back back and and get get back back to to work. work. Now Now she and all of us once again being urged not to do that by public health experts like Brown University's doctor, she's job given how full our hospitals are right now. I just think it's a very, very risky thing. He s a says more than a million people pass through airport security each day, the weekend before Christmas TBC Sherry Preston Despite
Failing the Test
"This week. We watched as the first americans received the covid vaccine heroic healthcare workers who have been on the front lines of this fight for months it was emotional an extraordinary and it is something we should be very excited about but at the same time we cannot forget that most of us will not be getting this vaccine for months and we cannot lose sight of the crisis at hand because the spread of covid never been worse for almost nine months now i have been reporting on cova covering it every day. The stories of healthcare workers families business owners teachers. I thought i understood the chaos of this moment but a few weeks ago. I realized i did. I became one of the more than sixteen million. Americans who've contracted the virus sorted my family and the experience of getting covid made it even more clear to me the we have failed and continued to fail in some very qa's namely testing and tracing. I'm stephanie rule. Msnbc anchor nbc. News senior correspondent and. This is modern rules. A podcast from nbc. Think an iheartradio on this podcast. We're not gonna waste your time. We're interested in getting straight to the point and they were gonna leave you with some time to think and today we are looking at why the us is failing the covid test and how we can use the tools we have at our disposal right now to maybe get things under control. And i've got the perfect guest here to help us. Try and make sense of it. Dr sheesh off. He's the dean of brown university school of public health and he has been a crucial voice of science and reason throughout this pandemic doctors off. Thank you for joining us. I start with covid nineteen tests. Can you explain to us. What kind of tests are available in the united states. The pros the cons. Because i'm gonna tell you when my husband woke up with a scratchy throat not feeling that. Well i foolishly thought. Let's run out and get a test. There's no such thing as let's go out and get a test so we thank you so much for having me on it. And this is a question that confuses people still nine ten months into this pandemic right now if you wanna think about a test to diagnose whether you have the virus or not you have to twice. It's an antigen tests and a pcr tests. Most of the tests we've used over the last nine months are these. Pcr tests the really good They pick up almost anybody who's infected. They have to be running a major lab and they can be turned around twenty four hours but sometimes the a week. Let's talk about that. Other kind of test the antigen tests. That's the rapid test. Yeah that's the rabbit office. Cheap ten to fifteen bucks a test as opposed to a hundred and fifty two hundred dollars for pcr tests. You should be able to get a result in fifteen minutes. So you're thinking cheap and fast. What's wrong with this story. It's a little less sensitive. So let me explain without me the. Pcr tests will pick up somebody with the infection up two weeks. After they've been infected the antigen tests is really a test for business. So if you are in that period of time where you're spreading the virus. Lots of people the antigen tests will be posits but there are other times. Let's say later in the disease course where you may not have a lot of virus. You're still infected. The level of virus you have is very low. 'cause you're kind of on the tail end of your illness the antigen tests will then turn negatives not gonna be as good at picking those people.
Helping Kids (And Parents) Cope During COVID-19
"For the kids in our lives and i'm talking children and teenagers. The last eight months have been many things. Maybe it was fun at first. I know it was for my kids. When the possibility of school closing felt more like a snow day or maybe five snow days. Yeah but the novelty is way gone now and it's been replaced for many people with frustration sadness apathy eight even depression anxiety in kids wondering will i get sick will someone i know or love. Get sick so we are going to start with a little bit of good news. That should help. Ease some of that worry the next couple of minutes through takeaway number one. We're actually inviting you to listen alongside your kids. Yes so go get your kids. Put us on pause all right so hopefully. Now you're back with your kids. Hello kids ankori manja. Thank you for joining us. We're going to try to make this fun. So i called up one of the most respected medical experts in the country when it comes to things like the corona virus and i asked him to talk directly to you. My name is john. I'm a doctor. And i'm a public health a right. This is actually harder than what's a good way to describe me. Well one way to describe him is. He's dean of the school of public health brown university. And for you kids out there. What you need to know about that is he. Basically studies not one patient at a time. But how we all as a community and as a broad community a country how we get sick in patterns and how we can take care of our. Dr jaw says one of the biggest things that we've learned about the coronavirus kids is a kids generally. Don't get very sick from this virus so for most kids. Dr joe says corona virus is almost like a cold but this is still really important. Kids need to make sure that they do not spread it to other people and that's where the science has changed a little bit so you probably remember early on when everybody was like. Wash your hands. Wash your hands sing the birthday song twice. Don't touch your face. don't touch anything. Well that's not necessarily wrong. Dr john says but we don't think that it spreads so much from surfaces though. We do still think it's important to wash your hands. The most important thing is really about making sure you wear a mask and keep some outages from other people and that gets us right to take away number one pretty basic but apparently some people still need reminders. Share mask so when you talk when you breathe when you cough basically the air that comes out of your mouth can have the virus in it so we tried to come up with a metaphor comparison. It's really gonna help you. Kids understand why. It's so important to wear a mask and what we came up with. Dr john is your mouth works. Kind of like a can of bug spray so when you push the button on the top and droplets come out. Well works the same way when you open your mouth and you talk were saying or you cough droplets that come out of your mouth. Might have covert in. Even if you don't feel sick right now so now imagine what happens if you put a mask over that kangbuk spray sort of a funny idea putting a mask on bug spray but if you did the amount of bug spray somebody else would get is very very tiny so you can think of it this way. We wear masks to protect ourselves but also to protect others and that is really cool because you know who else was a mask to protect other people. I know you're doing a great job. Being superheroes and i just want you to continue to do it. That is a friend of the show. Rosemary truly oh. She works at sesame workshop. She is one of the very smart people behind sesame street and this superhero image rosemary. Says is a great opportunity to help our kids feel powerful. Edifying when you know. Everybody feels kind of powerless. So she wants all of you out there to know you are playing such an important role in keeping others around you. Healthy except for batman. Somebody really needs to tell batman that his mask is upside down. Yeah he should probably call somebody about that now. If you're a little bit older it might not be a bad idea to take this a step further. How are we going to be up sanders and make sure that everyone in your friend group is staying safe. you know. Maybe you're hanging out with friends and the park. Maybe somebody's mask slips down. You could try saying something like maybe like. I need to get my grandma safe. So do you mind taking a step back on your mask. All the way i want us all to be safe and be able to keep playing together can kind of try it out because people feel shy about this. Even grownups feel shy about it. Honestly i it's good to practice all right so the kids part of this podcast is over now so i just wanted to say to all of you out there. Thank you for. Listening was super fun. Yes and thanks so much for keeping everybody safe. I just want to reassure all of you. What your mom and dad or your aunt or uncle or grandparents have been telling you. This is going to end all right. Just keep
Coronavirus Stimulus Talks Moving in Right Direction, Party Leaders Say
"This morning Democrats getting behind a scaled back stimulus toe. Try to restart talks for more. We're joined by Brown University Political science chair Wendy Schiller, professor Good to have you on with us this morning of morning where it seems like stimulus hopes. Spring eternal. But how much hope do you put in Speaker Pelosi in minority leader Schumer backing this bipartisan legislation that was worth about $900 billion it was put forward this week. Good morning, agent. Well, I mean, I think that they recognize that the you know the whole country is being hit really hard by this, but that they're the areas that are you know, traditional sport of Democrats are getting hit again really hard, and they had wanted direct aid for states and cities. They couldn't get it from Trump. They're not going to get from Senate Republicans. So basically someone like Durban and represents Illinois Big City like Chicago has to make a decision system Majority Minority Leader and them hard party and say, all right, we gotta get something you know if we you know, we especially unemployment, either top off or extension or some combination of those things on. I think the Democrats want to get what they can and not turn this into the first battle that Biden have the face once he's inaugurated. Is this about the pandemic, getting to the level that it's at now? Or is this a dose of political reality, given how the election turned out for the house, particularly with Democrats losing seats in November? I do think that the Democrats are not looking at a scenario that they hope to be looking at come January, which was a majority Democratic Senate and then picking up more seats in the house, where they could really, you know, right from ticket with Biden, so given that that's out the window. Even if the Democrats take one or two of US Georgia seats that's still not really a likely scenario you can control the Senate, barely. I have a very razor thin margin in the house now for the Democrats, So yeah, it's a political reality. But I think it's also about what they hope Biden can achieve What becomes president and taking one really big thing off the table before he starts that job, and I think that's a big incentive for them because then they could turn to things like infrastructure, which would also help the economy. Well, what's your sense of what President Biden could achieve. Given the realities of what Senate control is gonna look like either way, depending on how the Georgia run offs turned out, it's going to be a razor thin margin, no matter which way you slice it, and the president elect has said. Whatever gets past if something gets past, but during this lame duck session is going to be a down payment. For something much bigger. Well, right. I mean, this is what you know. Obama wanted a much bigger stimulus than he got in 2009 as well, and he had all three chambers. It's a very hard thing, particularly with it, you know, $3 trillion deficit and rising. So I mean, I just think one of the key factors. Both parties were looking at Tau look towards 2022. Because that's where both parties are looking right now, at least in the Congress side is that suburban voters were willing to split their ticket. And very noticeable voted Republican straight down the line voted for Joe Biden and maybe because it in like Trump. We don't know for sure, but they were willing to do that and then vote for Republicans in other offices, knowing that they're willing to do that means that they're up for Gramps, and I think that's the serve Achilles heel for the Republicans in blocking everything for Biden. I don't think they think they can do that and still safely hold onto the seats they want to defend in 2022, so that's where Biden and the Democrats have a bit of a bargaining advantage. In trying to get moderate proposal through that will help Cove it will help the economy will make suburban voters happy. I'm curious to get your take on how Biden has been starting to fill out his cabinet. Now. There are reports that he plans to announce his health team next week, and one of the names were hearing for health and human services. Secretary is someone that you're familiar with in your home state of Rhode Island Governor Gina Rowe Mondo That Gina Romano has done in an outstanding job in a very small state, but a very, very heavily densely populated state. So she's been dealing with sort of a big outbreak for a long time It subsided. Then it came back. She's been excellent communications and made some missteps very early on in terms of summer management with nursing homes, as other governors did, but generally speaking, has had very high approval ratings and has been thought to make this situation much better than it would have. Then, so she shown leadership in a very stressful time, And she's also communicated really well about why she's doing what she's doing. And I think any pick for HHS secretary has to be an excellent communicator because you have to basically explain the American people why we're doing what we're doing, and when we're doing it, and she's been doing that so consistently, and then it helps bring her state's not complete compliance. Bring her state along in a way that's been relatively successful. Are you surprised at all that, at least so far, we haven't heard any names of Democratic primary opponents on any of Biden's Cabinet shortlists. Well, he can't take. I mean, really. He just can't take anybody out of the Senate. Right? So that takes worn out that takes Sanders out. I know Sanders. People are very disappointed about that on. I think that's what Bernie was hoping for debris Sanders was hoping for, but you just can't take a Democrat out of the Senate. Even the Democratic government still can't do it right now, so that makes sense to me. I think people usually think people wanted him to get something he may still get something There's been talk about veterans affairs. But remember, you know, the Republicans have been relatively accepted to buy these choices so far, except for one choice. Neera Tanden for O M B. I think that's going to hit some some bumps along the way. Probably big bumps. But generally speaking, he wants a smooth Cabinet confirmations, You know process. So anybody who's super politicized more to the left of Biden for a top job. It's just probably out of the question, given the composition of the Senate. Only about 30 seconds left here. Do you think Attorney General Bar is on borrowed time after the voter fraud allegations from President Trump? I think during her borrow, looked ahead to the future and decided does he want to leave the Trump administration with any shred of credibility? And I think this move was designed to show that he wouldn't be try to leave with credibility and confirm the election knowing he's gonna leave anyway. And, you know, thinking about what's next so that he gets fired doesn't get fired. I think what he did was forward thinking for him. Not Miss Ellie and President Trump. Thank you Always could have you on with us. Brown University Political science chair Wendy Schiller with us this morning on
Rhode Island voters drop 'Providence Plantations' from state name
"Kelly. One outcome. We know from this Election day, a name change for Rhode Island. It will no longer be known as quote the state of Rhode Island and Providence plantations. A ballot measure removes Providence plantations. That's right. A long time proponent of the change, state Senator Harold Metz. Says 10. Years ago, Rhode Islanders voted to keep the phrase because people didn't understand at the time. How hurtful but weird plantation of people of African American descent. Professor Linford Fisher of Brown University says the phrase goes back to the states earliest days. The first time we see the use of Providence plantations is in the 16 43 charter, Fisher says. Even if state founder Roger Williams did not use the word plantations to describe a large farm worked by enslave people, it was the word already loaded with meaning. So even if we want to say well wasn't with regard to slavery, it has a strong settler, colonial context of expanding and settling upon native lands. But the link between plantation and slavery was a familiar one. By that time, the Spanish have been spreading around two parts of central South America for 101 125 130 years they are building their empire on the back of first indigenous than African Slaven. This's no secret and the authors of the 16 43 charter would soon demand their own enslaved people. Within two or three years of coming to Bird Island. Roger Williams himself requests a piquant captive for his own servant or slave. Rhode Island ended up being Keith in the transatlantic slave trade. That means that we, actually as a state participated directly in the very thing. That this world has come to mean through the 18th and
It's Election Day. Take a breath. Here's what to expect.
"Politics. And this landscape in particular, Wendy Schiller joins us. She of Brown University, of course on a friend to the program, and Teo Is the station with the chair of political science again at Brown University. Wendy, What is your base case? No. I just get right to it. I think here's what I think will will know from some congressional races, I think, signaling earlier than even the presidential races. We know that there's a lot of people who are elected in 2018 in what we call competitive swing district like Virginia, for example. Leave Illinois. We have a couple of races in Texas that look really tight and are surprisingly competitive. We have a couple of Minnesota, you know if things start to swing in congressional district sooner. For the Democrats. Then you start to think, Okay, maybe buy will have a very good night. But, you know, we'll know about Florida will know about North Carolina will know about Arizona, and we'll know about Georgia, probably, but before midnight tonight, and if all of those swing for Trump If Trump looks really healthy in those states and looks like he could win, then I think things get very, very dicey for Biden, so that's a big sort of vomit or buying only when one of those states You know, one of those four states or look like he's in the lead in a considerable lead in one of those states for him, that sort of have a more relaxed night. But if he if Trump wins, all of Omar looks like he's going to win all of them, I think that that tells us that this sort of blue wave we thought might emerge isn't going to emerge the same way. So, Professor. How do you think the Senate will shake out is there in fact, you know the market's kind of suggesting here today that a blue wave may in fact be in the cards? How do you think that might go in the Senate? That that that's a great question, Paul because you think about the Senate, and you think you know Mitch McConnell is totally immune. This time, you would have thought if there's a big blue wave. You know, The guy has really been the poster boy for the campaign against the Republicans controlling the Senator Mitch McConnell. He's goingto probably breeze to reelection, some a little suspicious of that big blue way for the Senate. Iowa looks neck and neck. You know, we had a recent poll. That's very credible that looks like Joni Ernst can pull it out and stay. You know if Cal Cunningham can win in North Carolina That suggests probably that the Democrats might get 51. If they can win Maine as well. Probably away in Arizona. Probably gonna win Colorado and lose Alabama, so they're looking at probably minimally a 51 49 Republican, or 50, 50 51 49 Democrats. So I think that's where they you know, we don't know. And I think that's where North Carolina becomes so important, even even if we don't know by Trump. You know, it's Cal Cunningham looks like he's really gonna win that race that suggest better things. The Democrats across the board for the Senate Say some of that again. When do you say Arizona is definitely going to go Democrat Texas? What did you say about Texas? And then also, I think, Arizona for Mark Kelly. I think he's been polling very consistently ahead of Martha makes alley. But you can imagine, let's say people voting for more. Kelly, a former astronaut. You know and not voting for Joe Biden. You know, voting for Kelly because they want him over more than Sally and they voted for Trump in Arizona. You didn't see the Democrats winning Senate in Arizona but not winning the presidential race. Then Texas is, you know, shocking right? The turnout in Texas has been absolutely shocking. And but it looks like John Cornyn comfortably ahead of head guard that the challenger there, But I think the issue is that Trump is only basically one point ahead in Texas, which is just you know, if you think about politics, just stunning. Same with Georgia. George will be interesting because it does not get 50% or more against us off. Then you've got to run off elections in Georgia in January, and I think that's really going to be some interesting voting dynamics, so it's possible the Senate Democrats could ultimately end up with a 51 of 52 majority, but I still think it's a bit of a long shot. So Professor if the presidential election becomes contested, what is your kind of base case for how it may play out? I think we could be faced with an unprecedented historic situation. I think you know if we have a tie, for example, if in the Electoral College in December's actually a tie, it goes to the newly elected house, which is expected Thio more Democratic. However, the Republicans still control more votes in state delegations than the Democrats, and that's Probably isn't going to change so you could conceivably have literally the house electing a re electing President Trump but in the Senate. If it's 51 49 with the new Senate and its new Democrats, then they may like Tomahawk. Advice. I mean, really, quite stunning. It's really stunning thing. So I think so many things have changed already in 2020 weather, Trump gets reelected or not, is obviously monumental. But even if he gets reelected, I think the Democrats have shown they know how to mobilize voters, and I think they've shown some of these states have changed a lot in terms of demographics, and they are going to be more competitive, moving forward. Which changes the nature of politics going to 2022. If we know that politicians look at the next election the minute this election is over, and so when we start to think about what the balance of power might be in the Senate house in 2022 these gains the Democrats appear to be making among voters in the states. Changes a lot of dynamics, which will probably change some of the policies coming out of Congress. Yeah, I mean, it's really the African American gold, right, Wendy and how much more of that will see? We're already seeing, you know, a lot more engagement. Yeah. So I think African American who has always been key in North Carolina and Georgia had about 64% African American turnout in 2016. It wasn't enough because those numbers were not hit in in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania among African American voters, and they, you know they may or may not get there. If they get there, I think Biden winds relatively easily. But what's interesting is suburban white women. Of all educational levels seem to be really vehemently at the moment against Trump in the polls, and it could be that instead of the black vote really being key in the Midwest, it ends up being white women. Which would be really interesting shift, you know, mirrors 2018 when white, the majority of white women voted for democratic candidates, But it would change the nature of the Democratic coalition. If that were the deciding factor, So that's what I'm looking for. I'm looking for turnout, particularly in particular counties in Michigan. Well, we still have. A lot of people are gonna vote in person and certainly in Pennsylvania when you were really out of time. But I am desperate to
Wilmington High School Back To Remote Learning After ‘Underage Drinking Party’ NW Of Boston
"Busted and now high schools and several communities in Massachusetts or flipping the switch and going to an all online learning platform. For the next couple of weeks, the parties upset the proverbial apple cart and W B Z T. V's Tiffany Chan tells us Staying home is going to create its own issues. Wilmington High School joins Abington in Marblehead High and switching to form a learning for two weeks after police broke up house parties held over the weekend, Brown University's Dr Asheesh Cha says, while the spread of cove it is a concern keeping kids at home will not ensure that kids will stay healthy. And that may be more dangerous than if you brought students into the classroom was at least in the classroom. You know they'd be wearing mass in Wilmington, Police charged the homeowners for hosting an underage party with Alcohol after at least 25 teenagers were found indoors with no face masks on. Ultimately, responsibility has to fall to parents. You cannot have high schoolers having large parties rumors of parties at Bill Rika Memorial High School, but officials they're going to stick to hybrid learning for now and after an increase in coded cases Leaves a staff shortage. Milton High School goes fully remote, and that starts today
Johnson & Johnson pauses Covid-19 vaccine trial developed with Boston hospital after 'unexplained illness'
"And Johnson temporarily pausing clinical trials for a Corona virus vaccine. This After a participant got sick, Dr. Asheesh John, dean of the School of Public Health at Brown University, tells Good Morning America. This is not unusual for large studies, and he is optimistic that there will be a vaccine relatively soon. I'm still kind of believing that we're on track to have widespread Availability of vaccines for the American people, probably in March, April or may be made at the latest. This pauses at least the second hold among several vaccine trials that have reached the final testing stages in the U. S. Johnson and Johnson developed its vaccine with Boston's Beth Israel Medical Center. The tourist hot
Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine study paused due to unexplained illness in participant
"They wrote to a Corona virus vaccine is not a straight one phase. Three trials of the vaccine candidate from Johnson and Johnson have been put on hold because one of the volunteers became ill. Unclear if it's the vaccine that caused the illness. That's what doctors will try to figure out. Dr Asheesh Joss is Dane of Brown University School of Public Health. And he says this bump in the road is not a surprise. This is completely Normal par for the course. This kind of stuff happens in clinical trials. Part of the reason why many of us have been saying, you know, we shouldn't set a timetable for when the vaccine is going to be ready. And he says this is just a reminder of how ridiculous it is to try to meet a political deadline of having a vaccine approved. Before Election Day. This is the second phase three Corona virus vaccine trial to be paused in the United States. The other involved a candidate from AstraZeneca volunteer in Britain became ill. While the trial resumed their and in other countries, it remains paused in the U. S. While the FDA continues to investigate.
The "Dungeons & Dragons" Murder
"A North Carolina suburb in the early morning of July twenty fifth nineteen eighty-eight. On evonne, Stein awoke to an intruder at her bedside holding a knife and club. Bunny was severely beaten and stabbed, but she somehow managed to stay alive and call for help after the intruder left Leith was not selected. However, he was stabbed and bludgeoned to death when investigators learned that his estate was worth over two million dollars naturally his wife and stepchildren became suspects. Yeah. The amount I've heard varying stories on the amount, but it was around two million dollars. So a considerable amount of money especially in the nineteen eighties her was. The von Stein family lived in the small town of Washington North Carolina. And the rest of the state calls this town little Washington to differentiate it from Washington DC in Washington state. But I guess the people who live there like to call it the original Washington because it is the first town to be named after George Washington. That's an interesting tidbit for you. Can we fact check that I have done that but if we WANNA double check for me so it was the first town as we now yet. Okay. So. Whether you call it little Washington or original Washington the town was virtually destroyed in eighteen, sixty four, and then again in nineteen hundred by some devastating fires, a few homes survived and it was rebuilt and it became a farming and fishing community. So with a population of just over ten thousand pretty small. It's known as a sleepy town, but actually a pretty good place to raise your family low crime. I would imagine ten thousand is Pretty small but not too bad. So yeah probably be a nice place to raise a kid. Yeah, I. Think so. So, lease was born in Queens New York in nineteen forty six to parents who both came from well off German families who it is still a baby. The family moved to North Carolina his father Howard was a graduate of Brown University and he'd been a professional saxophone player before fighting in world. War? Two. After. The war. The Big Band era who is starting to be on its way out? And it was getting hard to find work as a saxophonist. So at this point, he had a wife and a baby boy to support so. Howard decided he needed to find a steady job. He ended up taking one offered by his brother-in-law as a laundry equipment salesman. He and I think he was successful at that. But maybe not at his happiest, right because he was an artist and musician. But he was successful. CONC- that whoever you're good at what you do that you're just not totally in it. Exactly. So lead Smart Marie does it on him she spoiled him and gave him pretty much anything he wanted. But you know he remained respectful and loving and had a good work ethic. By, the time he was in high school, the camel city laundry and cleaners had become one of the most successful laundries in the whole country. and lead stand Howard had become part owner and they were employing over one hundred people. But you know. Lee. had no interest in the laundry business and his dad totally understood that. So li-the never took a part time job that his father offered him at the laundry. He had decided on another career you're lethal is accepted into the school of Engineering at North Carolina State University. He. Was Successful for the first two years. But then in the junior year kind of his motivation and slacked off. He got into partying pretty heavily and he flunked out in nineteen, sixty seven. Now, the problem with this or this time is that the Vietnam War was going on. So guess what happened Oh Leaf He's drafted. Yeah. His parents were pretty frantic and worried about this as you can imagine or you're their only son, their only child. So he was twenty one years old by this time, and fortunately for him, his two years of college helped him get assigned to clerical work. So instead of being sent off to fight a war, he was stationed in office in Germany. Of course, he knew some German. So that came in handy to after his discharge from the army in nineteen seventy lethal returned home and enrolled at Guilford College in Greensboro as a business major. Gilford was a small quaker college. So some faculty and students held weekly silent vigils against the Vietnam War on the federal courthouse lawn. And Leaf was agreeing with them. He didn't think this war should be going on. Your a lot of this at that time didn't think that was a good idea. Shabby. That were absolutely it was the movement. So. Although he had been conservative for most of his life leaked did get some strong opinions against the war and he let his hair grow out to his shoulder started wearing blue jeans and he got a pair of those small round wire rimmed glasses that John
Trump to rejoin campaign trail less than 2 weeks after contracting COVID-19
"Event at the airport in Sanford, Florida today and other events around the country each of the next few days as he gets set to head back out on the campaign trail President Trump telling supporters Sunday night. And tested totally negative. But there's been no evidence to back that up from the White House or the president's doctors. Doctor. She's Jardine of Brown University School of Public Health on ABC is Good Morning America the communications Connelly's pretty consistently confusing when he he sort of does not come out and just tell us exactly what's going on. He should let us know if the president has tested positive for native Karen Travers. ABC NEWS Washington The highest rise in Kobe
‘Eventually, slowly, it comes back’: The U.S. Northeast sees signs of a second wave.
"Tonight near worries about a second wave of covid nineteen in places that have had the virus control and what a top public health official calls the new silence spread. Here's Kristen dog with that. Across the northeast tonight an urgent warning about what could be a second wave on the way what we're seeing as we take down our guard when we're with people, we know I can know you and you can be a symptomatically infected Dr Deborah Burke sang the spread isn't from public places as much as small private gatherings in the past two weeks at least six eastern states have seen cases increased more than twenty. Five. Percent for those of you who haven't wakeup for crying out loud wake-up. New York. City. is now averaging more than five hundred new cases per day for the first time since June? Brown. University has been tracking hot spots since the start of the pandemic note, the red areas moving across the country and now reappearing in the northeast do you think it's going to be as bad as what we saw in the spring? A hoping things will not be as bad and part of the reason is we do have more testing available now when so we can tau when things are starting to grab and get bad and hopefully change our behaviour. But tonight, some of the forecasts are grim. This CDC ensemble now says deaths across the country could reach two, hundred, thirty, three, thousand by the end of this month as scientific American now ranks covert as the third leading cause of death.
Swim at hotel pools with Miami-based Daycation app
"All those beautiful hotels and all those beautiful pools and probably thinking I'd love to just go spend a day at the pool but I don't WanNa stay overnight 'cause it's in my neighborhood. What if it was a station? What if it was a daycare while matthew bones got a new APP called Daykitchen that can arrange for you to just go over to the pool and hang out for a for a small fee matthew this is the apple of my dreams tell everybody about it. Thank you so much. Thank you so much for having me on Truly appreciate it and yeah, that's A fun time for us to see what can happen with patient obviously lots of things size of negative in the external environment. But we're making our way through happy to tell you about the company and how it started. We'll basically just just the fill everybody in for twenty to thirty dollars you can go to a local hotel and go hang at the pool for a day right exactly. Yeah. That's the idea instant vacation in your pocket on the quicker Biden whether you're living in the city. Or in the future traveling on, you can click a button and hang out at the hotel for the day. Enjoyed a pool, enjoy all the amenities and you're primarily in Florida right now. So. Yeah. We have hotels actually in over twenty five cities we started in Miami we have over twenty hotels in. Miami Beach Miami proper by now we're we're expanding really rapidly. You just find were hotels one in Greece just last week, and then two more and in South America this week So it's been been wild to see all the new properties coming on you know I waiting I'm waiting for Los Angeles absolutely yes. We have many people waiting for Angeles and why here our launching a number of new properties here, which will be great all socially distanced and with the covert features that we put in to to make sure people stay safe as well. This is a tough time because they don't want too many people too many people to pool, but eventually, Kobe will be behind us and we'll be able to go do the dream vacation tell everybody how you cannot with the APP. Your or thing Always had a passionate for hospitality of I grew up working in a small Boutique Hotel in Right next to Jackson Hole Wyoming. and I had this dream of one David Holding developing luxury hotels around the world But as a starter needed to use something a little bit more creative to get into the industry and so my family and I. We're on this trip to Cancun Mexico, and we're walking up and down the beaching resolve. These beautiful hotel cools all these people having fun and enjoying themselves and we thought no, one would be great if we can just go in there for the day and walk in and out of them if we could done the day enjoying the amenities said, no. You can't come in unless you haven't overnight room and so. I was sitting in my dorm room at Brown University Are Studying economics at the time and this idea hitting I thought wait a minute. Now, what if we created this system for all these beautiful hotels around the world sell more than just the overnight room and so we created vacation to solve that problem for hotels empty space that they want to sell and those people that are here on vacation looking to try new hotel properties or adversity. Now, all of those locals that are looking for a way to take on quote vacation or station on their sted one of some of the twenty five cities that you're him. So at some other cities include Miami we are do have ocal here in Los Angeles for obviously launching more We have stuff in New York we have a number of hotels throughout the Caribbean we watched up in Chicago interestingly enough places in Arizona. Hawaii. Texas work kind of goes on. Well, good luck, matthew the APP is called. Daycare.
"brown university" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"A freshman at Brown University will have to wait until next spring to come to campus that was part of Browns for turned a school plan laid out yesterday, the Ivy League school will go with a three term calendar undergrads in the fall. We'll have single dorm rooms, all students and employees will have to submit to Corona virus testing. President Trump says his administration is going to put pressure on governors to reopen K through 12 schools in the fall. Everybody wanted the moms wanted the dads wanted the kids wanted. It's time to do it. Speaking at a round table discussion at the White House, the president said they do not want governors to keep schools closed for political reasons, Trump said the mortality rate in the U. S from the China viruses down tenfold and now it's time to reopen schools by its president, Mike Pence, said they're concerned that Children are falling behind in the classroom, not just physically but emotionally because there is no substitute for in class learning. Mark Mayfield, NBC News Radio, The White House Corona virus response coordinator says states that reopened too fast are to blame for the current cove in 19 surge. Dr. Deborah Burkes told the Warren Business Daily podcast that states that re opened much more abruptly ignored the guidelines put out by health officials, equating it to driving 65 miles per hour in a 25 zone. More GOP lawmakers are planning to skip the Republican National Convention. The Hill reports. Alaska's Lisa Murkowski, main Susan Collins and Utah's Mitt Romney won't attend the event and Jacksonville, Florida next month. Colorado State University.
"brown university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Linguistic and psychological sciences at Brown University and that means in a nutshell that you try to understand what they try to understand how people think easy question first how do you get someone to change their mind well first of all there's no silver bullet it's it's really hard but if you're gonna try the first thing you should do is try to get them to change their own minds and you do that by simply asking them to assume your perspective and explain why you might be right if you can get people to step outside themselves and think about the issue not even necessarily from your perspective but from an objective perspective from one that is detached from their own interests people learn a lot so given how hard it is for people to assume other people's perspectives you can see why I started my answer by saying it's very hard when experiments ominous done is asking people to explain not reason as you point out but to actually explain at the nuts and bolts level how something works I don't really like to engage in the kind of mechanistic analysis required for a causal explanation that's true not only for big thorny issues like climate change or income inequality but even for things like toilets zippers and ballpoint pens unless you are a plumber or you make zippers or ballpoint pens you probably can't explain these very well even though before you ask the question you would have thought you could this gap between what you know what you think you know it's called naturally the illusion of explanatory depth so the illusion of explanatory depth was first demonstrated by a couple of psychologist named Rosenblatt and Kyle and they ask people how well they understood how these things work and people gave a number between one and seven and then they said okay how does it work explain in as much detail as you can and how it works and people struggled and struggled and realize they couldn't and so when they were again asked how well they understood their judgments tended to be lower in other words people themselves admitted that they had been living in this illusion that they understand how these things work when in fact they don't where does the solution come from we think the source of the illusion is that people fail to distinguish what they know from what others now we're constantly depending on other people and the actual processing that goes on is distributed among people in our community in other words someone knows how toilet works the plumber and you know the plumber or even if you don't know the time you know how to find a plumber it's as if the sense of understanding is contagious right when other people understand you feel like you understand you can see how the illusion of explanatory depth could be helpful in some scenarios you don't need to know everything for yourself as long as you know someone who knows someone who knows something but you could also imagine scenarios in which the illusion could be problematic so we've shown that that's also true in the political to me foreman and his collaborator Philip fern Bach basically repeated the Rosenbloom Kyle experiment but instead of toilets and zippers they ask people about climate change in gun control we gave people political policies we said how well do you understand them and please explain them unsurprisingly most people were not able to explain climate change policies in much detail but here's what's interesting the level of confidence in their understanding of issues which participants were asked to report at the start of the experiment was drastically reduced after they tried and failed to demonstrate their understanding in other words asking people to explain depolarized the group now was this a case of simply slowing down in thinking the issue through could it be that were often in flexible in our thinking simply because we come to conclusions too quickly currently not if instead of saying explain how the policy works if what we said to them was give us all the reasons you have for your view on this policy then we didn't get that affected all mine that didn't reduce people's sense of understanding it didn't reduce their hubris the ability to change your mind would you say that's really important as a human I see the mind as something that's shared with other people I think the mind is actually something that exists within the community and not within the skull and so when you're changing your mind you know you're doing one of two things here either disassociating yourself from your community and that's really hard and not necessarily good for you or you have to change the mind of the entire community and that is not important well the closer we are to truth the more likely we are to succeed as individuals as a species but it's hard I don't think the solution is give people the information they need.
"brown university" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"I'm CNBC producer. Katie Kramer Today on our podcast Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on the paycheck protection program that was intended for small businesses but his inadvertently extended relief too much bigger players. I never expected in a million years that the Los Angeles Lakers which. I'm a big fan of the team but I'm not a big fan of the fact that they took four point six million dollar loan. I think that's outrageous and I'm glad they've returned it. The Coronavirus Task Force member explains how federal stimulus efforts are working and not working. How the government will review large loans before granting forgiveness and how this crisis is unlike ones that came before but businesses had nothing to do with this. This was not bad business. Decisions like in the financial crisis is not over levered real estate. The Treasury Secretary says this time around government crisis response should also be different class. Brown University President Christina Paxson on getting back to school this fall students are still learning. It may not be under ideal circumstances but during this pandemic nobody is working under ideal circumstances. It's Tuesday April. Twenty eight twenty twenty squad. Pod Begins Right now. Good morning everybody. Welcome to Squawk box here on CNBC. I'm becky quick along with Joe. Kernan Andrew Ross Sorkin the paycheck protection program or the PC resumed yesterday with a new influx of three hundred ten billion dollars from the federal government. That is intended for small businesses for more on this right. Now let's welcome Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Mister Secretary. Thank you for joining us today. Good morning it's good to be with you. It's good to talk to you. You know I was hoping we can start with a little bit of a dive into how you see this program. What's happened there has been a lot of outrage out? There as people found out that some big companies had applied things. Ruth's Chris Steak House shake shack autonation. Some of their car dealers getting money in this program and there have been some reports in the media about big banks putting those big customers first in line ahead. It's small businesses. I know that you've come out and said that this is really intended for small businesses. That don't have access to the public markets. But I just wondered if you've had a change in your thinking on how this should be used as as this whole situation evolved as the markets kinda firmed up a bit or if this was something that you thought from the very Gecko and you think some of these big companies. Big Banks are are in the wrong and we're bad actors in this situation. What how did this evolve? Let me first say I. I really think the program has been an incredible success. It's impacted over thirty million workers so far and by the time we get through this funding. I think it will have impacted over sixty million workers which as I've said before is about half the private workforce supporting small businesses that was always the president in Congress's intention and that's what we're delivering on. I think it is. It is unfortunate that there's a small number of companies that have created a lot of publicity that took loans. I think it was inappropriate for most of these companies. Take the loans It was clear. There was a certification We don't think they ever should have been allowed to we put out an Faq clarifying the certification in saying that if they paid back the loans in two weeks so that we could reprocess that money they would have no liability otherwise they would have liability. And I I must say I'm encouraged by the number of people that have paid them back. I never expected in a million years that the Los Angeles Lakers which. I'm a big fan of the team but I'm not a big fan of the fact that they took a four point six million dollar loan. I think that's outrageous and I'm glad they've returned it or they would have had liability and let me just say I'm GonNa be putting out an announcement this morning that for any loan over two million dollars the SBA will be doing a full review of that loan before. There is loan forgiveness so we will make sure that what was the intent for tax payers is fulfilled here but let me say again the program overwhelming success a million of the loan so far or for companies under ten people. What do you think the impact has been in terms of trying to keep people employed have? Have there been people who have gone and had to file for employment or do you think that this program has saved a lot of people from actually having to do that has kept them in their workplace. I think it saved a lot of people and I think for those people that are on unemployment. It's going to bring a lot of people back matter of fact we're having a small business event at the White House today. Where unlike the Lakers stories? We're going to hear some stories of great small businesses who this really saved their business and I can tell you you know the number of emails I get from people who send on the stories of a legitimate small business that was about to close their doors that is either keeping their people on her rehiring. People were businesses that had to close their doors because the no fault of their own. The city shutdown business is going to bring back those people so as we reopened these companies will have the liquidity to pay. Their workers occurs to me that not every part of the country is dealing with this equally. There are a lot of states that closed down later than others and they're obviously others that are opening up quite a bit earlier. Are Any of these funds going to be directed to the areas that are most hard hit to try and make sure that the businesses that maybe have been forced to close a couple of months already and could continue to see Along closure would would those businesses be prioritized? What we're absolutely working on that and and we want to make sure that this money is getting to where it should be and let me say. I'm I'm highly encouraged that the average loan size is coming down. Matter of fact the average loan size in the backlog was less than a hundred thousand I'm also encouraged. Were on a call every day where we have over a hundred. Cdfi's that are making loans. We think we're going to increase that to four hundred so particularly in communities that have been hardest hit that we make sure that they get that money and we're going to do what we need to do to make sure that everybody is treated fairly in this program. Mister Secretary what you tell people who say. Look some of these big companies. Maybe should or shouldn't have tried to get this money. But do you blame the banks. The banks that issued these loans to then given the rules that you at spelled out or were the rules themselves not clear enough. The rules were very clear but let me also say the certification was a certification by the borrower. And one of the things we did is we wanted to make it very easy. The banks were really middlemen here and the banks were were not required to do the diligence. I really felt the borrowers who made these certifications. Now there were some banks early on who put things up on their website and prioritize their customers. We immediately told them that was wrong. They took it down so you know I wanted to be very clear. It's the borrowers who who have criminal liability if if they made the certification and it's not true and as I said we're GonNa do a full audit of every loan over two million dollars. This was a program designed for small businesses. It was not a program that was designed for public companies that had liquidity again. The certification was very clear in saying that if people had other sources of liquidity. They could not take this loan. Mister Secretary what do you say about those larger companies that maybe were turning those loans but the true effective it is that they're gonNA continue to furlough employees to the degree that this is an employment for all program shake shack is not necessarily going to now put people back on the on the payrolls whereas had they had access to some of these loans if you felt that they were a properly eligible despite whatever liquidity think they might have they may decide as a business decision not to bring people back whereas a lot of the smaller companies who would have access to this would bring people back knowing that they'd get the loan ultimately forgiven and we keep people in their jobs again? Let me just be clear. The purpose of this program was not social welfare for big business. The purpose of this program was to help small business. That's as small business program and it was meant for small businesses that didn't have liquidity. Now there are a lot.
"brown university" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
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"brown university" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters
"Oh, still just sitting here talking about sports stats, which end. They're only so many stats that I can nerd this. As I. I heard. So moving onto our addicted to outrage special Brown University. There was a researcher who released a study about transgenderism and gender dis. I think you were just talking about that earlier on the show on Thursday about that. Yeah. And so teams imitating their peers by turning trans. It was a study about how many of them were possibly doing it too, because one of their friends recently said it or because there was one that said, feeling uncomfortable in their own skin or feeling like they don't fit in. So just kind of nonspecific symptoms which could be a part of normal puberty or associated with trauma. And they actually found that there was a large percentage. There was a correlation of children who felt this way at the same time that one of these other factors was going on, which led them to believe that it was more about imitating their peers. Instead of actual gender dis foia, which is of course a real thing. And so the left, of course, torched Brown University and Brown -servative Brown University. Exactly. So Brown University pulled down the the article with the research and issued a statement and part of the statement. They said, gosh, school of public health has heard from Brown community members. Espec- expressing concerns that the conclusions of this study could be used to discredit efforts to support transgender youth and invalidate the perspective, the perspective of members of the transgender community, the roosting science, you have to disappoint science now? Yeah, we science deniers and now they at every turn or denying science. That's incredible insane. Some working on some of the from Glenn right now about cultural Marxism. And so basically just a really quick history lesson on cultural Marxism were a group of Marxist that were pissed off that Marx's. Revolution didn't go 'they and tire world, so they're like, what's what's? What? What? Why didn't it happen? And so their idea was, well, the reason that didn't happen because everyone was brainwashed culturally for capitalism. So their way to combat that was to come up with a bunch of different social Justice issues that could make people feel like victims. So they're like, okay, well, let's let's they didn't. They didn't have Genesis for you then. But then it was invited mental of environmentalism. They wanted to make it to where western culture and capitalism dominated the environment. So we'll make that an issue. Then it was like a feminism. They want to make it look like western culture and and capitalism dominated. What was. Dominate women. So they made all these different social Justice things. But one I just read just before we came on here, one of their leading philosophers said that he said that whether things are true or whether there are facts, are the science behind. It does not matter as long as we make people feel like they're oppressed, and that western civilization and capitalism were their oppressors. There. We are exempt exactly where we are, and this is the perfect example of Postmodernism at play. All right. So up at the blaze dot com. I just saw this the other. It was yesterday that I saw this up at the play dot com. There was a college that is being accused of rejecting an applicant four. Following Alex Jones on Twitter. So this particular student got called into the admissions office for an interview, and I'm sure he's thinking gets talk about my academic achievements and I get to talk about maybe what I want to major in or whatever. And he got asked by the admissions person why he follows Alex Jones. So they actually asked him in his interview. Why he follows Alex Jones. Now, keep in mind. He had not ever retweeted anything that Alex Jones had said he had never liked any of Alex Jones tweets. It was the simple fact that he followed him on Twitter. So this is what they're alleging in the particular lawsuit. And this student's lawyer went and did a background check and found that the admissions director follows Bernie Sanders. Of course that she followed other political groups and causes that are known to be politically left on Twitter..
"brown university" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"The pompeii omission was nearly two weeks ago he spent wednesday on capitol hill lobbying senators for what might be a difficult confirmation to head the state department bob costantini washington six thirty two had a protest up there in college hill graduate students at brown they are demanding a union vote jazz wpro's roy reports brown university grad students who work on campus took to the schools main green to demand a vote on unionizing sam lashed discussed what she wanted out of a union what i really wanted to contract i wanna farm all sort of recognition from the university that my labor matters to them and that i have a voice as a labor worker brown says it's been working with the students on a preelection agreement but say that isn't needed for a vote the school adds it will support the students right to vote if an election happens at brown university tessa roy wpro news word of new charges one of the figures in the same georgia's sex scandal former chaplain there howard whites now accused similar sex assault case down in north carolina oh said for many years the gronk is a horse out there on the field sundays at gillette stadium this type no it's going to be the case the patriots tight end is bought into a thoroughbred named gronkowski is to run the kentucky derby in the early part of may he's three for three in pre races grog says looks like a winner he likes a winner wpro sports red sox another late night route of the angels nine to nothing last night in anaheim net is now two straight wins the pawsox they're coming home from their road trip maybe shut out by columbus last night to nothing out there in columbus ohio justin halley fits very well into the seventh inning despite taking that loss for updates on these stories and others you can log on six thirty wpro dot com.
"brown university" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Purpose today and wpro's tessa roy explaining why brown university grad students who work on campus took to the schools main green to demand a vote on unionizing sam lashed discussed what she wanted out of a union what i really wanted to contract i wanna farm all sort of recognition from the university that my labor matters to them and that voice as a labor worker brown says it's been working with the students on a preelection agreement but say that isn't needed for a vote the school adds it will support the students right to vote if an election happens at brown university tessa roy wpro news north providence mayor charlie lombardi says a plea deal involving former coventry police chief paul lava deal is about the best the town could do as wpro's bill haberman reports charlie lombardi says he was pretty steamed about paula is comments earlier this year calling himself a political pawn the way the mayor see sits disgraced former chief got a pretty good deal in avoiding jail time you're paid two hundred thousand dollars retirement benefits back to the the town into the state abuse of his employment responsibilities because they're throwing a bouquet tim white's way saying that he'd have never learned about the pension fraud in north providence if not for channel twelve's catchy laboratory misbehaving both on and off duty while he was the chief in coventry builds haverman wpro news star defense witness and bill cosby sexual assault retrial getting ready to take the witness stand cosby's lawyers say marguerite jackson will testify cosby's chief accuser talked about framing a high profile person so she could file a lawsuit accuser andrea constand testified she did not recall ever having a conversation with jackson kospi is charged with drugging and molesting constant he says they're encounter was consensual traffic accuweather and the.
"brown university" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"In it a little bit of fruit juice or fruit and a multivitamin he taught at brown university period of time but psychiatry and other courses at brown university did a lot of work in the boston area with our institutes named in his honor he died march thirteenth at his home in barnstable mass he was ninety nine years old pediatrician berry bracelets in travel male influence on other pediatricians far and wide to read his books who studied his lectures and the who followed a lot of his advice among them local pediatrician rick all my good friend of mine dr ullmark good morning gene how are you good t berry brazell tin i didn't know that he was at brown university for a period of time i just read that in one of his obituaries but he was famous for the boston area and the research he did what are some of these techniques that you were telling me about that you follow some of the things that he pioneered well one of the things he was very well known for was this concept of touch points in touch points is very similar to what erickson did in the psychological literature we talked about different periods of time where there are different challenges that babies have what what brazos even data's he took it and he brought it down to a level that i think most of us could better understand where he said there are times in babies developmental lives where they have to do something for example a four month old baby has to learn to fall asleep by themselves and not necessarily being rocked by their parents and bracelets and it was one of the first people to point that out so giant along with dr spock and others in your in your field absolutely just like dr spock's book was in every mother's bookshelf when i was a kid brazeal ten had books that people read and pediatricians always referred to you know and i remember him from his television appearances and radio and lecturing he had a very nice way about him very very easy going almost a mister rogers kind of a persona you i think that's a great comparison he was he was very kind he was very soft spoken he was very.
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"Jay holland brown university canceled plans to display the house where rosa parks lived for a time after she left the south and moved to detroit the house was saved from demolition by parx niece an artist wyandotte who moved to berlin he brought it back to the us in pieces last month and was reassembling at when brown made the abrupt announcement thursday parks niece ray mcauley said the university had not consulted with the family a trump organization executive says the company has donated one hundred fifty one thousand four hundred seventy dollars in foreign government profits at its hotels and similar businesses last year to the us treasury company official george soros the executive vice president and chief compliance council said the voluntary donation fulfills the company's pledged to donate profits from foreign government patronage while donald trump is president thursday three eta why county sheriff deputies were awarded the medal of honor the highest award given annually to law enforcement officers by the alabama legislature five prisoners in the etewa county jail who were facing deportation plotted an escape attempt and said a large fire deputies andy reid hayden clements in town or klein ran into the smokefilled unit and brought out twenty two prisoners safely in may of 2017 the legislature also honoured eight other metal nominees and mobile police officer justin billah who was shot and killed while on duty on february 20th a positive economic report today may fuel activity on wall street the labor department reported that three hundred thirteen thousand jobs were added last month the most since july two thousand sixteen jj can a hand chief marketing strategist with td ameritrade says that number absolutely blows away all estimates the employment participation rate was about sixty three percent was while threetenths of a percent so lance beds also very good people who weren't in the labor force returning to the labor force brought to you by attorney alexander shinora a man for the people four more alabama stories go to yellowhammer news dot com i'm jiang.
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"Look at the reviews for brain force plus look at the reviews for super male vitality look at the reviews for silver bullet and you will see that these products are no joke and they truly do work okay in a last segment we played the campus reform video where students at brown university are looking at a new policy where they're calling it the polk hottest policy i think they're naming it after elizabeth warren where you can just identify as whatever you want so if you want to identify on your application as a native american like elizabeth warren did when she lied about it then that's okay now which again this shows you how they don't have a second dimension of thinking how they can't kick their thinking in second gear because these are the same people that one of virtue signal all day long for minorities virtue signal all day long to try to give them more benefits and if you're white take a back seat but they don't even understand i mean it's sad they don't even have the second level of critical thinking to realize that this policy completely destroys their liberal policies cater to minorities where they get all the advantages because now if anyone can claim to be in minority the nobody's a minority but they don't get that and what i was breaking down that i thought was so powerful and then it actually happened again and again and again and i and i was focusing on the first guy but but this is so illustrative and i really i really want people that disagree with info wars that that think we're nods that hate trump that are these indoctrinated liberals you really believe in a utopia again.
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"Beyond the capacity of any one person to keep properly and preserve so a great deal of material has been given to institutions durtoux in particular one of them is the billy ireland collection at ohio state university which is the world's greatest compendium of original comic art the other plays is brown university when my father was in the pacific during the war he was on general macarthur staff and did hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of drawings and paintings during that time most of this material is now at brown university which has a a big military collection have another prints found in question free i don't know if you watch game of thrones i've actually rig game of thrones oh okay do you think that came of thrones is in any way kind of satisfying some of this same needs it uh as prints valiant use do but in a much more sexually in that much more explicit way in terms of sex and violence will it up slowly as i remember when i first picked up the george martin books it was not my idea to do it was my children were saying you've got to read these so for christmas i think i got the first three of them and i started in and couldn't put them down i thought they were extremely well done and i was captivated i actually had to the stock because otherwise the rest of my life would have been taken over by just reading game of thrones but i think the game of thrones has many of the same elements that appeal to he people about present although in a much more aggressive and you know sometimes per and way the one thing that prince giant didn't do that game of thrones does all the time is kelo fits leading characters colin murphy thank you so much for talking with us terry thank you it's been great colin murphy is new memoir as called cartoon county after we take a short break i guess we'll be guillermo del toro director of the new movie the shape of water this is fresh air oh boom boom boom.
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"Anything about him that was very personal would be capped and that includes of course all those polaroid's and beyond that there's a lot of work that was you know it was beyond the capacity of any one person to keep properly and preserve so a great deal of material has been given to institutions durtoux in particular one of them is the billy ireland collection at ohio state university which is the world's greatest compendium of original comic art the other place is brown university when my father was in the pacific during the war he was on general macarthur staff and did hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of drawings and paintings during that time most of this material is now at brown university which has a a big military collection have another prince fine question for you i don't know if you watch game of thrones i've actually read game of thrones oh okay do you think that came of thrones is in any way kind of satisfying some of the same needs as prince valiant used to but in a much more sexually in that much more explicit way in terms of sex and violence erupts is i remember when it first picked up the george morton books it was not my idea to do it was my children were saying you've got to read these so for christmas i think i got the first three of them and i started in and couldn't put them down i thought they were extremely well done and i was captivated i actually had to to stop because there otherwise the rest of my life would have been taken over by just reading game of thrones but i think the game of thrones has many of the same elements that appeal to the people about present although in a much more aggressive and now sometimes per end.
"brown university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Is beyond the capacity of any one person to keep properly and preserve so a great deal of material has been given to institutions durtoux in particular one of them is the billy ireland collection at ohio state university which is the world's greatest compendium of original comic art the other place is brown university when my father was in the pacific during the war he was on general macarthur staff and did hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of drawings and paintings during that time most of this material is now at brown university which has a a big military collection have another prince fine question for you i don't know if you watch game of thrones i've actually rig game of thrones okay he think at game of thrones is in any way kind of satisfying some of the same needs it as prince valiant used stu but in a much more sexually in that much more explicit way in terms of sex and violence pull it up slowly as i remember when it first picked up the george martin books it was not my idea to do it was my children were saying you've got to read these so for christmas i think i got the first three of them and i i started in and couldn't put them down i thought they were extremely well done and i was captivated i actually had to just stopped because otherwise the rest of my life would have been taken over by just reading game of thrones but i think that game of thrones has many of the same elements that appeal to he people about prince elliott although in a much more aggressive and sometimes per and way the one thing that prince giant didn't do that game of thrones does all the time is kelo fits leading characters colum murphy thank you so much for talking with us terry thank you it's been great colin murphy is new memoir is called cartoon county after we take a short get after we take a short break i.
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"Brown university in the news tonight will chat a little bit about that in fact i'll look give you a quick update on brown university they have decided at brown university that you can self select your race you know i thought it was bad enough when you could solve select your sex but now they're saying you can selfselect your race so if you're black you can say you're white and if you're white you can say you're black and brown university will just go okay apparently science is it real important at brown university um i'm just saying reminds me of steve martin from the movie was was the jerk i think it was the jerk mike is that what it was mike anderson by the way is producing tonight a for part of the show was it the jerk where he says i was born a poor black child yeah i think that was a um apparently you can't be today and there's nothing they can do about it at brown university all right we've we've got news coming up we'll talk about the nfl among other things and chat with you you're listening to overnight america with ryan wrecker i'm gary nolan sitting in for him on news radio eleven twenty kmox when these woolsey's complicated using if the world ends trump will be a oneterm president and in out of control join us while i'm still allowed to broadcast this show stephen.
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"Brown university research says the spending includes combat efforts in iraq afghanistan syria and pakistan veterans spending has also increased as a result of those conflicts cami mccormick cbs news a navy officer is facing criminal misconduct charge unease suspended from his job 30yearold officer thomas mclean has been a member of the the force for four years roster county prosecutors in a press release of mclane is charged with official misconduct tampering with abc riot it stems from what is being called a false narrative and a police report from earlier this year stemming from a drug arrest it's alleged wayne tried to refers someone to a drug treatment program in which he has a financial interest and altered evidence once he knew an investigation had begun kyw news time one 52 here is your traffic update on the schuylkill eastbound we are completely closed down at the vine or have to get on to the vine street expressway or you can use 30th street as an alternate also eastbound on the schuylkill 202 to the blue route construction westbound on the schuylkill south street to the vine we have construction there as well but just the left lane taken out you could still get bound the right lane no delays at this time vine street expressway westbound the ramp to 22nd street is closed over night four seventy six northbound before kontscha hockey we've got right lane roadwork the just set up this hour and is going to be there in 'til about three am and in new jersey to 95 southbound black horse pike to the 42 freeway two lanes closed overnight for construction next update in less the ten minutes i'm wesley euler the trumark financial credit union 24 hour traffic center i'm cbs three meteorologist kate bilo partly cloudy and chile overnight.
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"Diabetes prevention prevention ymca support greater problems why according a at night on what you're in that event um what are the main attraction it is a big lie by boat or any grey we we plan on throwing football william out at within 20yard so if you do that you went awry for you get from the ymca including during training and critical trading and things like that but in addition andy or you know and late in the afternoon yannick rocket his own thing oh coach night and what bentonville unite we are coaching who lethem problems college men's basketball coach mike chrysler from brown university men's basketball mary from brown university women's basketball in by totally wimpy champion everyone knows and elite immorality would be board member o5 in and we'll tell the story in a round table dinner while we have a lot of what you're going to be on your phone patriots red sox bruins you name it um actually economy gregor punching guiding using saw a great night for great callers and he invite invited out they just have people on the ymca website which he qp ymca dot org in will walk you up with the golf all the law go although we have it on a welcome to w what we're trying to do it why and healthy living people in the member them they in romeo steve can you kind of our let the cat out of the bag as to maybe a couple of the items that you're going to have as a part of these sports memorabilia auction just to kind of let the whistle because i see on the website for folks who can't make the event but have an item they'd like to donate to the the auction there's a link on the ymca.
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"Tonight on wgn fini that five continues right here on seven twenty wtmj yes america first time ever from north dakota by the way how 'bout that person ever though there was a woman from in the top five from north dakota how happy about that she's at brown university student she got fifty grand scholarship as part of her winnings of the pageant last night in atlantic city i can just imagine burke parks as as a child standing there singing fifty does is is that cover your one of our university that is basically for pokes in supplies and fare beer right here she stood by her opinion that the united states should remain in the paris climate agreement during the pageant during her interview and she says a brazen screwed up good decision that decision which has it and why i do believe it's a bad decision once we reject that thank you sir reject that we take ourselves out of the negotiation table and that's something that we really need to keep in mind there is evident that climate change is the things whether you believe it or not we need to be at that table and i think it is a bad decision on behalf of the united states and take your wants to run for governor be the first female devin of north dakota so much michelle luck got a kind of like about that though is i don't know if these pageants they held they have to say thank you to matter what it is i know right as soon as it seems inappropriate given the subject matter right and you can tell when somebody has gotten into the other public sphere through the pageant world because it takes them years to unlearn that i see thank you i think as soon as you make i had it thank you being judged year here there's no there's no scorecard there was last night all right well congratulations to internet sends again the young woman ri checking in at her while stranded in florida during the wrath of armagh kristen bell decided to bring some joy to a shelter full of evacuees the frozen actress was in orlando filming her new comedy light father i like how we have to promote the film has it come out yet even in the edits the way they do it though in hollywood you cannot play this unless you.