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A highlight from Food Sensitivities That Drive Leaky Gut and Autoimmunity with Dr Peter Osborne
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He's been on our podcast multiple times and always love our conversations with him. He is one of the world's leading authorities on gluten sensitivity. He lectures nationally to both the public as well as doctors on that topic and many other nutritionally related topics. He's the founder of the Gluten -Free Society, the author of The Gluten -Free Health Solution and the Glutenology Health Matrix, and he's got a lot of great content. If you look up gluten -free society, he's got a lot of great content there. And again, we're going to go into great detail on food sensitivities. You're going to really get a master class in that today. So without further ado, we'll jump into the interview. However, if you have not left us a five -star review on Apple iTunes, wherever you listen to this podcast, now is the time to do that. Just go to Apple iTunes, scroll to the bottom. That's where you can leave the five -star review. When you do that, it helps us reach more people and impact more lives with this message. Thanks so much for doing that, and let's go into the show. Well, Dr. Osborne, always great to talk with you. I know you're an expert when it comes to clinical nutrition and food sensitivity. Is this something you see in your practice all the time? So one of the common questions that people ask is, what is the difference between a food allergy and a food sensitivity, right? Because some people will confuse that term and they constantly will say food allergy, but there is a difference. Yeah, great question. I think the important thing to understand is any of the people watching, if you've been to an allergist and they did like a skin prick test or even a blood test, what they were measuring for was allergy. Now allergy is specifically defined as an IgE -mediated response. So this is a type of antibody that generally will cause very acute symptoms. Most people know when they're allergic to something because they feel it within a three -hour window. So from immediate, there's this window of reaction on what's called an IgE -mediated or an acute allergy, and that is immediate to three hours is the window. So symptoms like swelling of the lips, urticaria, hives, wheels, swelling, watery, teary, itchy eyes, these are all things that are super common. If you've ever known someone with like a peanut allergy and they ate a peanut or got exposed to a peanut and they were in the hospital and they pumped them full of epinephrine, that's an allergy. Okay, now in the same category under allergy, there's something known as a subacute allergy, which is the symptoms are not quite as aggressive. Because if you ever look at an IgE lab test, they grade an allergy response with six classes of grades, right? So you could have no response, which would be zero, and then you could have anywhere from a one to a six, six being the highest, right? So six would be like that anaphylactic type of reaction. A four or a five grade, those would be not quite anaphylactic, but still quite severe. But grades one, two, and three, we put in a subacute category, and this will cause symptoms that aren't always immediately aggressively obvious or life -threatening. So things like elevated heart rate, because what happens with an acute allergy is it cranks up your adrenaline. So your heart rate would go up, your blood pressure might go up, you might see a kid bouncing off the walls, right, with their behavior because of that type of response. So again, allergy, that we have severe and then we have subacute, and then we have sensitivity. Now sensitivity is a different wheelhouse altogether. There are multiple ways the immune system reacts to food. So we just said acute allergy is IgE. Now a delayed allergy, or really technically a sensitivity, can be caused by an elevation in IgG, IgM, IgA. There's also something called an immune complex. And then there's another reaction called a T cell response. And then there are others, but these are the kind of five big categories of what can be measured in a lab setting. And these are more of a window of three hours to three weeks. So now we're not talking about, hey, I ate this and my lips swelled and I immediately had problems or symptoms. We're talking about, I ate this, it created just a persistent ongoing level of inflammation. And I might not have felt it to the severe degree that I would feel an acute allergy. And so this is why sometimes it's subtle and it can be hard to detect. So I know a lot of people will try to do like an elimination diet. And elimination diets are great. I think that's a great place to start because it's free and you should be paying attention to how you feel when you eat your food. But a lot of times the sensitivities will not be found through elimination diets and they really need to be laboratory tested for because this is a hurdle many people hit when they're trying to overcome their autoimmune problem or their leaky gut problem is they don't, they no longer know which foods they should be avoiding. They've cut out what's obvious, but they're still struggling, right? And so this is where sensitivities come in again. It's just a much longer window and the reaction is typically subtle, consistent, persistent inflammation. And so that might look like joint pain that just won't go away. That might look like, why do I have these skin rashes that are just constant and persistent? Why do I have this constant ache in my GI tract or this constant heartburn, even though I fast or even though I do things properly? And that, again, it's a low level of inflammation just slowly erodes your body's resources and makes you sicker and sicker over time. So those are the two main kind of differences. Yeah, for sure. And what are the most common food sensitivities that you see? Number one, gluten. I mean, hands down, I mean, I would argue that gluten, anyone with an autoimmune condition needs to be gluten -free. At least that's what I've seen clinically. I'm sure you have probably a similar experience with it, but gluten is number one, dairy is number two, sugar is number three, actually processed sugar, which isn't good for you anyway. But again, a lot of people need to have a test to show them, hey, this is black and white. You need to avoid that. And then beyond that, it's very much unique to the person. I mean, one of the stories I talk a lot about is the story of Ginger, who I wrote about her in my book. She was nine years old and had a terminal diagnosis. She had six months to live, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. And she was allergic, or not, I say allergic, she was sensitive to blueberries. And every morning her mom would feed her a blueberry smoothie because blueberries are superfoods, right? And they're anti -inflammatory and they have so many great benefits, but in her case, they were part of her problem. So that's pretty random. If you think about, okay, blueberries, most people don't know, okay, they don't even suspect of food like blueberries or broccoli, right, or Brussels sprouts or something like that. I have people reactive to beef and people reactive to chicken or eggs, sometimes different nuts. So it's very unique to the individual. But I'd say if you're just guessing at where to start, maybe you don't have the doctor to run the test. Start with gluten, start with dairy, start with sugar. Those three things probably will make you feel tremendously better just by avoiding. Yeah, it makes sense. There's a common phrase that we use in natural medicine, one man's superfood may be another man's poison, right? And so, again, the idea of superfoods, we typically are calling it that based on the nutritional content, but not how the body's immune system is responding to it. And that's really what we're focusing on today is not nutritional element of the food, but the way the immune system is responding to it. And you can have amazing nutritious food like an egg, which is incredibly nutritious for your body. But if your immune system is reacting to it, it's not gonna be good for you. You're gonna get a net negative when you put that in your body. Yeah. Yeah, for sure. And so, there's a common diet out there that a lot of people that have autoimmunity or chronic inflammation use is the paleo autoimmune diet, right? It eliminates a lot of different common triggers. What have you seen with that? Have you seen good results using that? So I don't use specific generalized diets in my practice. Now, in my online community, I encourage people to avoid those three. So like our no grain, no pain diet is dairy -free, sugar -free, grain -free, not just gluten, but all grains. As well in the deeper phases of the diet, we eliminate things like nightshades and eggs and other things. But that's just generic advice. Anybody who comes to see me in my practice, I test, right? Especially if you're at a point where you've already guessed as well as you can on your own, like I'm not gonna guess better than a person who lives in their own body, feels what they feel every day. So I always run the testing. As far as diets like AIP, autoimmune paleo, I mean, they're great places to start again, but a lot of people that come to me are already on that diet. And that's where they're frustrated is that they're already really restrictive in that diet. And so my thought is, sometimes we have to restrict to expand, but why restrict more than what's necessary? And so just again, a large, overwhelming restrictive diet sometimes can seem daunting. And it's really hard for a lot of people wanting to overcome and just even kind of comply to that. You know, they got families and social things they wanna do, and that can really, really challenge them. Now, I'm not saying that they shouldn't make those changes if they feel better doing it, but testing is, in my opinion, the best option if you're hitting a roadblock. And there's a lot of different testing options out there. I know there's some popular tests like the Alcat test. There's IgG, IgM testing. There's testing with the food, you know, just straight up testing with the food cooked. There's a lot of different methods. There's a lot of different kind of lab testing strategies. What have you found, looking at a number of them, what have you found to be in a sense the most effective? We use a technology called lymphocyte response, LRA, lymphocyte response assay. And what it measures, it does a few different things. Number one, it measures IgG, IgA, IgM, something called an immune complex and something called a T -cell response. But it also, it's a live analysis. So you're actually watching the lymphocyte respond in real time. So you can see a reaction as it's occurring. And so as you subject the cells to different types of food reagents, you get a much more accurate representation of what a person is going to react to. There's some flaws with some of the antibody tests because antibodies, you can make an antibody to a food or to an external substance and it can be a protective antibody and not necessarily a damaging antibody. And so a lot of the IgG tests come back and it's not that they can't be accurate or helpful. It's that they can give you an overwhelming list of food reactions. So like, you know, the average person that I see that runs an LRA, they may have 10 to 15 reactions, you know, to foods. IgG testing, you'll get like 50, 60 reactions on a person. And so now, again, it goes back into over -restriction because these IgG tests do not differentiate between friendly or damaging antibodies. And that's where, again, diet restriction is already hard. Let's make it less hard, but let's do let's make it more accurate for the patient to, you know, to embark on diet change without feeling so overwhelmed that it seems impossible. Yeah, yes, that's really good. So LRA, lymphocyte reaction, response assay, response assay. Yep. So really good, really good information there. Now, how about home testing? People will do things like muscle testing, pulse testing, things like that. Have you seen, you know, have you seen any sort of positive, positive results with that? I mean, I don't do muscle testing, I trained in it. I actually trained with the creator of muscle testing years ago, and what I found was it's subjective testing and it's not that it can't be helpful. There are a lot of people that have been helped by muscle testing, but what I find is it changes too radically quick. And so what you get is you get, OK, this week you're reactive to this, next week you're reactive to that, and it's just a lot of bouncing around without a consistency and a reliability. The immune system has a six month life cycle. This is another reason why I like lymphocyte response. It's because when we test someone, we see a reaction, we know that reaction is going to be there as long as the life of that lymphocyte is there. So, you know, generally speaking, when we take somebody on a restrictive diet based on their test results, it's not a permanent restriction. It's a six to eight month restriction because we know we're going to recycle the immune system in that process. On the other side of recycling the immune system, the immune system, when those new cells come along, they're less angry. Remember what autoimmune disease is. It's like post -traumatic stress of the immune system. Your immune system is attacking food. It's attacking the environment. It's attacking you and it's very angry and it's very prone and quick to reaction. So we have to calm that down. Right. And that first generation of cells, if we can calm that down, then the next daughter cells that come along that next generation will be a lot less aggressive. And this is what I mean earlier by we restrict to expand. So we restrict initially and then we're able to come back a lot of times after that initial restriction and it re -expand their diet because their immune systems are more tolerable to things. The immune system shouldn't overreact to food like that. Our immune systems are designed to handle most things, but we're subjected to so many dangerous chemicals and toxins, preservatives, pesticides and drugs too. So many people rely on medicines to treat their symptoms and don't realize that drugs damage the immune system and damage the GI tract. So you end up with basically a collection of allergies and sensitivities over time that now you now the act of eating becomes an act of war. And so your immune system is always on high alert. So, again, I know that wasn't exactly your question. You were asking about muscle testing and some of these other things. I just don't rely on those because my opinion of those is that they're just too subjective to base major decisions on for long periods of time. And that type of data changes too radically. It's too different. Even when I trained in applied kinesiology, my instructor, I would watch him get different results in the same person within a 10 minute time frame. And that like to me, that was just not objectively acceptable as a means to use clinically and feel comfortable about the accuracy. Yeah, that makes sense. And typically by the time people are getting to somebody like you, they've tried a lot of these different elimination diets, a lot of different strategies to kind of try to figure out and they've eliminated a lot of things and they've tried a whole bunch of different supplements and then they're like, I can't figure this out. So they go in for you and they really need that objective testing. Right. So they know exactly what to do. That's it. That's it. Objectivity is people never come to me first. They always come to me like six. Right. Yeah, yeah, for sure. And so you're saying, OK, so the immune system has that six to eight month life cycle. So when somebody comes in, they get tested, you know, 10 foods or whatever it is, blueberries are on there. They come off these foods for for six, eight months. How do you how do you go about the testing? Yeah. So we make a recommendation at least six months. And then it's based on follow up, depending on, you know, as they come back in and we're following up and we're seeing how they're progressing along, if they're if they're doing fantastically well and they're ready to reintroduce some foods, we'll retest those foods and make sure they're not still reacting to those foods because these are delayed hypersensitivity reactions. Remember, the window is three hours to three weeks and the symptoms are not always super aggressive. So I don't want them to I don't want to just tell them, hey, yeah, go ahead and reintroduce it and hope for the best. Again, objectivity is the rule of thumb. So we retest them for the foods they'd like to reintroduce back into their diets. And if they're no longer reacting, then, you know, they get they get the green light. Yeah, for sure. That makes sense. Now, what a lot of people are wondering, why does somebody develop a reaction to a blueberry? Right. Or to beef. But then, you know, not to let's say, you know, on the test, it doesn't show up that they're testing to rice or to corn or something along those lines. You know, everybody's unique and different, and a lot of times what what we do sometimes correlate is. When their guts when their guts are leaking, they're reacting predominantly to the staple foods of choice that they have. Right. So if they're, you know, if they're a beef junkie, you know, and all they eat is or a lot of what they eat is beef or broccoli or, you know, whatever it might be, we oftentimes will see those reactions showing up again. It's because their guts are leaking. Remember, behind the gut, you have the largest conglomeration of immune tissue that exists inside your entire body. It's called the gult, the gastro -associated lymphoid tissue. So if your gut's leaking, then those proteins from those foods are just basically bombarding your gut and not being properly checked by the barrier of the gut. There's four barriers in your gut that act like gates. Right. So it's like, hey, the first gate. Yeah, you look good. Come on in. The second gate. Yeah, you look good. Keep coming. Until they access the bloodstream. But when there's a leaky gut, those gate guards are on vacation. They're gone. And so now those foods are just bombarding the immune system and the immune system's like, how did these guys get here? They don't belong in this party. They haven't been checked and they haven't been appropriately tagged. We have to react against everything. And so whatever's coming through the pipeline is what we're going to see a lot of reactions to typically. Yeah, it makes a lot of sense. So typically it's what you're eating a lot of. Like in Ginger's case, she was doing a blueberry smoothie every morning. She had a leaky gut. She already had an immune system that was on overdrive that was that had PTSD, like you were talking about, where she had juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. So it was going crazy and she's eating blueberries every day. So it's no wonder why it would react to the blueberries. Yeah. And then add to that, she was on methotrexate, which is a drug that destroys the lining of the GI tract. So she had no hope for healing a leaky gut, even with diet change, as long as she was dependent on that drug. And a lot of people don't realize this, but simple medicines like ibuprofen, right? Antibiotics, aspirin, over -the -counter Advil, Tylenol, these are drugs that when you rely on them on a consistent, I'm not saying if you took it once, but if you rely on these things day in and day out, they slowly erode the mucosal barrier in your GI tract. So they remove one of the gates, right? And then they make it easier for other things to go wrong. So you have to really look at at your pharmaceutical closet as well. And this is where a lot of people are trapped because they got, you know, medicine after medicine. They got an initial medicine to treat their symptoms, whether it's pain or whatever it might be. And then the drug caused damage in another way. That's what we call risk benefit. There's a there's a benefit to the drug suppressing symptoms, but there's a risk of what the drug is going to do the body over time. And now the doctor is treating the symptoms, the drug caused with a new drug. Right. And so this this kind of getting trapped in that polypharmacy is what allows a lot of people to really progressively get worse. And they think they're doing the right thing. Their doctor prescribed these things. It must be the right thing to do when in reality it's a it's a slow trap. It's a trick. I always look at pharmaceuticals as as pseudo compassionate, right? Because it's false compassion. Why? Because a doctor that gives you a drug to try to make you feel better, there's when when they're doing it without telling you why your symptoms exist, there's no compassion there. They're actually setting you up for failure. It's it's like your kids. If you just told your kids what to do all the time, but never taught them or educated them and kind of help them navigate how to make good decisions, then they would go out into the world and they would be you know, they would rely on you for the rest of their lives. Right. They wouldn't be able to spread their wings and fly. And this is what happens in medicine all the time. Doctors make you dependent on symptomatic resolution through chemistry. And unfortunately, the side effects of that leads to more of that. And people don't even realize that that's actually some of the biggest inducers of autoimmune disease are drugs that destroy the gut. Yeah, absolutely. And many of the symptoms that people are experiencing that are driven by food sensitivities, they're taking medications for those headaches, migraines, acid reflux, things like that. And I know a big a big class class of drugs that's commonly used are Harper medications, and that can actually, you know, very much induce food sensitivities and leaky gut as well. Yeah, I mean, absolutely. And, you know, beyond even that, you get the drug induced nutritional deficiencies, you know, that that happened. And so now the medicine is treating the symptom, but the drug is causing vitamin and mineral deficiencies that lead to the same symptom that the medicine is treating. And so now the patient's like, well, the medicine quit working, give me a new medicine. And, you know, again, it just stacks and layers and now they're malnourished, their guts are destroyed, and they can't heal because your body requires vitamins and minerals to heal. Like those are the building blocks for repair. And if you're if you're causing deficit of those things through, you know, through polypharmacy, then good luck. It's just not going to happen very effectively. Yeah, for sure. And the autoimmunity that somebody may be experiencing the chronic inflammation is really the body doing the best it can to keep you alive right now, because it's seeing all these chemicals, bacteria, bacterial end products, all these inflammatory agents that it sees as a risk for, in a sense, a quick death. Right. Something some sort of infection that could get into your nervous system, cause meningitis, cause encephalitis or pneumonia. And so it's trying to drive up overall immune activity so you don't get this, you know, life threatening infection. In the meantime, you're living for 10, 15, 20, 30 years with incredible joint pain from, you know, rheumatoid arthritis or osteoarthritis or, you know, whatever it is, you know, Hashimoto's thyroiditis. And so your immune system is doing the best it can to keep you alive. Right. And what we've got to do is kind of teach the immune system that, hey, you're not in a life threatening situation by healing and sealing the gut, addressing those nutrient deficiencies, right. Addressing all of those types of things. Now, when it came to somebody like Ginger, for example, you talked about earlier, you started obviously you did this test, you found food sensitivities, right. You remove those. And so you kind of customized diet there. Now, what were the other things that you were doing to help her heal? So she was also gluten sensitive. Yeah. You know, one of her other foods that she was eating a lot of was rice. So if you want to get into this, but rice by law, by FDA definition is labeled can be labeled as gluten free, although technically rice has a form of gluten in it called Orsonin, which in my experience does plenty of damage to people who have gluten issues. So a lot of people that go gluten free, but they include rice as part of their staple replacement, don't do well. As a matter of fact, there are five year follow up studies that show that 92 percent of people following a traditional gluten free diet fail to achieve the inflammatory remission in their GI tracts. And these are studies done on celiac patients. And when you when you remove the rice and the corn and the other grains, guess what happens? They achieve the remission. And there's there are a number of research studies that show this. I've seen this for 22 years in my clinic. So in her case, rice was one of the things she was already on a gluten free diet traditionally, but she hadn't omitted the rice. And so we also did that. She also had several vitamin and mineral deficiencies. We test for deficiencies. And so those were things that we supplemented and made sure that she was eating the proper foods that contain the nutrients that she was lacking. And in her case, she was you know, she was she had a permanent port embedded in her arm because she was in and out of the hospital so often for pain management treatment. Within six months, that port came out that she was supposed to be dead within six months. That port came out. And then within another six months, she was in total remission. And this is one of my first patients in private practice. So she's gone on. She's graduated college. She's out in the world, you know, doing great things and having a family and everything else. So, you know, autoimmune disease, it's a scary thing. You know, it's you know, if we look at autoimmune disease, 140 of them and, you know, most doctors will tell you, you know, because we separate them out, that autoimmune disease is doesn't have all that great of a mortality risk. But in fact, autoimmune disease, number one cause of death. If you add up all the autoimmune diseases and you compare that to cancer and heart disease, you're going to see a lot more people dying of combination autoimmune disease. Unlike you know, unlike cancer and heart disease, they clump all the cancers together. They clump all the heart diseases together. But they don't do that with autoimmune disease. So it's like the redheaded stepchild of the industry, right? It doesn't get the attention that it deserves.
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Rep. James Comer: The Connection Between Gal Luft & the Biden Family
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"And on Wall Street, the Dow up 84, the six o 'clock. This is CBS News On The Hour presented by indeed And on Wall Street, the Dow up 84, the CBS News On The Hour presented by indeed And on Wall Street, the Dow Burns is in Qatar for talks, and Secretary of State Antony Blinken will be back in the Middle East this week. In Brussels today, I'm very pleased to see hostages returning home, coming back to be with their loved ones. And we're determined to continue that for as long as possible to bring as many people home as we possibly can. In Georgia today, remembrances for former First Lady Rosalynn Carter. Here CBS's Skylar Henry. Seated in the front her row, husband of 77 years, former President Jimmy Carter in a wheelchair and lap blanket, the Carter's son Chip memorialized his mother. My mother, Rosalynn Carter, was the most beautiful woman I've ever met and pretty to look at too. And daughter Amy shared a love letter her father wrote 75 years ago. But when I see you, I fall in love with you all over again. Does that seem strange to you? It doesn't to me. Disgraced South Carolina attorney Alec Murdaugh is getting another 27 years tagged onto his life sentence for stealing from his clients. I am guilty and yes sir, I believe that I would be found guilty. He still denies killing his wife and son. The House could vote to expel embattled Republican Congressman George Santos this week. Your CBS is Matt Piper. Santos has already survived two attempts to remove him this year. But on this new vote to oust him, he says if they want to send me home, if they think this was a fair process, if they think this is how it should be done, and if they're confident that this is a constitutional way of doing it, God
Artist paints Kosovo and Serbia leaders kissing ahead of talks
"As leaders of Kosovo and Serbia prepare to meet in upcoming EU mediated talks, a young artist from Kosovo has revealed her latest work a controversial painting of Kosovo's and Serbia's Alexandra volcic. Locked in a passionate embrace with suits on of course. Says she's painting COTI and voltage as very close to each other, made two is the meeting between them. I think she says the two leaders need a few more meetings to get closer in this state. They're showing now in the painting. The image is drawn some criticism on social media, but Marathi says she still convinced the two sides can normalise relations through dialog. Talks in Brussels are not going to be easy. Nevertheless, political analysts are tan more hacks hairy, says he hopes the international community will persuade both the kickstart talks. The situation, especially after the elections in the north of Kosovo is very tense, however, I think that the international community will pressure both prime minister kurti and president to continue with the constructive approach because that is the only way forward. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Fresh update on "brussels" discussed on Bloomberg Markets
"In IGRSS words it's inevitable that they're going to launch a streaming service you know using ESPN's flagship programming so we think while the challenges in the ESPN and the traditional media business are still going to take some time to play out you know investors can take comfort in having a crown jewel really the Disney magic as I mentioned the parks and the cruises and the consumer and the DTC business while it's still losing money is improving and ultimately that could be a hugely profitable business that we think gives a lot of upside so the downside somewhat protected by the you know the parks business and the upside could be tremendous if that that DTC business turns turns into a beautiful interesting option King Kong could prove to be right there's certainly a lot of assets there and good management team Brian Kralwez he is a president of Scharf Investments joining us here again a double cow bear that's that's pretty so good stuff there worked for Janet Yellen yes exactly worked for Janet Yellen alright looking at these markets here kind of just really soft here not really much here only S &P up about one tenth of one percent giving back some of the gains from earlier today the Nasdaq's up about one tenth of one percent as well the yields come in 10 -year Treasury 4 three five percent on your 10 -year Treasury gold is higher here this morning let's get some company news right now with Lisa Mateo you got it Paul we're the maker iRobot it's coming off its worst day in nearly three years this is after European regulators expressed concern over Amazon's agreement to buy the company Bloomberg's Simone Foxman has details Brussels issuing a so -called statement of objections warning that the deal could hurt the overall vacuum market and also that Amazon may demote other vacuum cleaner makers on its platform this decision however puts the EU at odds with the UK which already gave a green light to the transaction the U .S. still doesn't have a decision the FTC has been looking at the deal since September 2022 iRobot up about two percent Amazon right now down about four percent micron technology under pressure after updating its first quarter sales forecast we Matt get more from on Bloomberg's Katie Greifield the memory chip maker says that revenue is expected to approach 4 .7
Amid Ukraine war, pope to give vision for Europe in Hungary
"Pope Francis has arrived in the Hungarian capital Budapest, beginning a three day visit to the country. Pope Francis is greeted by officials and children waving flags as he steps off the plane from Rome. Francis plans to outline his vision for the future of Europe during the visit. With Russia's war in Ukraine, migration flows and Hungary's relations with Brussels looming large over the pontiff's weekend journey, Hungarian officials say Francis pilgrimage is designed primarily to let the Pope minister to the country's Catholic community and to encourage its members in their faith. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Fresh "Brussels" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"We'll be back in the Middle East this week. In Brussels today, I'm very pleased to see hostages returning home, coming back to be with their loved ones, and we're determined to continue that for as long as possible to bring many as people home as we possibly can. The current ceasefire expires on Wednesday. Now to northern India We'll be back in the Middle East this week. In Brussels today, I'm very pleased More than two weeks after they were trapped in the collapse of a mountain tunnel. The BBC is Rajini Vaidyanathan. This is a huge national moment for the country and one of pride really because after some 17 days these workers are all fine and they were able to get food to them and oxygen and of course they will be getting medical checks. Back here at home a major healthcare system has been hit by a ransomware attack as we hear from CBS's Jim Cressula. Ardent Health which 30 operates nationwide hospitals says a cyber attack has shut down emergency rooms in at least six states. Ardent is having to divert patients to other facilities. Jack Denny, he is a cyber security expert. There is some risk that this is what we think of as a two phase attack where partially it's disturbing the systems and disconnecting them and then charging ransomware. Ardent Health says the cyber attack has taken its network offline and has affected computer programs including those that track patients' healthcare records. The political arm of the powerful Big Money Coke network has endorsed Nikki Haley's GOP presidential campaign. President Biden's son Senator offered today to give public testimony to a House panel investigating him, at the same time calling it a fishing expedition. But CBS's Catherine Herridge tells us the top Republican on the panel said no. Their strategy is to do this in two phases, to have the closed door interview first, for them to have a fact -finding exercise, and then to have public hearings that can be more, in their words, efficient and targeted. So, at least now for it does appear that the president's son will be required to sit for this deposition on December 13th or try to fight the deposition in the courts. President Biden will be among those attending a service today for former First Lady Rosalynn Carter in Atlanta. The word is 99 -year -old former President Carter plans to attend. checking Wall Street right now the Dow is up 176 points the Nasdaq is up 49 and the S &P 500 up 15. This is CBS News. make the hiring process work for you. With Indeed's end -to -end hiring solution you can attract, interview and hire candidates all place. from one Start at indeed .com slash credit. 1203 on a cold Tuesday November 28. 37 now in Tysons only up to the low 40s. Good afternoon I'm Mark Lewis with the top local stories we're following this hour. Amtrak wants to own Union Station which has been the capital city's train station since 1907 and it's making that argument today in a federal courtroom. In its lawsuit
The EU Has Now Become the Global Crypto Regulatory Leader
"For this last long read Sunday, we're going to actually shift our focus a little bit farther away than Austin, Texas. Yes, we are flying all the way over to Brussels and to the EU to discuss the landmark Mika legislation that was voted in by the European Parliament earlier this week. I'm going to read two pieces on Mika and the first is by coindesk Daniel Kuhn and is called why the EU has Mika and the U.S. has securities law confusion. The European Parliament went ahead and did it. Today, after years of deliberations and at least two official delays, the landmark markets in crypto assets or Mika regulation framework was voted in. European Union legislators also passed a separate crypto related rule known as the transfer of funds regulation that imposes stronger surveillance and identification requirements for crypto operators. The rules were described as a world first by the European Commission's married McGuinness, and also a quote end of the wild west era for crypto assets. According to green party lawmaker Ernest erson. The laws, which will be enforced at the state level, still need to be officially approved by the Supra governing body called the EU council. But are just about cleared to take effect next year. The council's approval is more of a formality at this point, considering it already approved the text of the law last year. For many, mikko represents a crucial step forward for the crypto industry. It's the first major attempt to provide a comprehensive set of rules for crypto companies, so they know in advance what they can and can not do, and where the responsibilities lie if they want to operate in the 27th nation strong trading block. The European Union hopes it sets the global standard, and in some sense, is worried about Mika's effectiveness in the EU if similar rules are not adopted everywhere. In short, Mika requires crypto firms, like wallet providers and exchanges, to be licensed by the EU,
Fresh update on "brussels" discussed on Bloomberg Markets
"Like look I was talking to a banker the other day he said I would have taken this if this was 2010 to but 2015 here we are 2023 I'm not sure why we should be dealing this especially when the economic uncertainty across the globe is still with us we only have about a minute left but I want to get your thoughts on especially when we think back to the spring with what was happening with the regional banks how does these potential regulations affect more regional kind of mid cap or smaller banks rather than some of the larger ones? yes so if you my read outlook a year ago I would have said that this only applies to banks that are 250 billion and up so if you're that PNC truest or US bank level this would apply to you but what the Fed did is they actually pushed this down to 100 billion in 100 billion in assets and up so they pushed that cap increase capital requirements down now you're only looking around a five to six percent difference here included in the proposal is an accounting change for unrealized gains losses that has to do with the Silicon Valley signature bank issue I don't think that's really all that controversial should also note there is another proposal out there for regional banks geared towards long -term debt essentially banks around a hundred billion assets level are going to have to eat issue about a hundred twenty seven billion dollars in new debt we think that can be finalized next year as well Nathan great stuff as always always delivers Nathan Dean senior policy analyst US government Bloomberg intelligence down in Washington DC folks if you want to get smart on the craziness that is policymaking and legislation and how it impacts global Wall Street how it impacts corporate America follow Nathan Dean's research on the Bloomberg terminal follow social media he's out there he makes it kind of understandable for also crypto he does crypto stuff too we didn't get to that we'll do that next time but again I read his stuff and I feel like all right I could get a sense where you know Washington's trying to go here and what companies might be impacted this is Bloomberg let's get some company news right now Elise Mateo you got it Micron technology is under pressure after updating its first quarter sales forecast we get more on that from Bloomberg's Katie Greifield the memory chip maker says that revenue is expected to approach 4 .7 billion dollars the previous guidance have called for 4 .4 billion dollars give or take 200 million on either side meanwhile you have adjusted losses per share now seen at one dollar the previous estimate had been for one dollar seven and cents despite that raised outlook Micron also said it expects nine hundred and ninety million dollars in adjusted operating expenses that is well ahead of what analysts had penciled in Micron down about three percent and Roomba maker iRobot is coming off its worst day in nearly three years after European regulators expressed concern over Amazon's agreement to buy the company tales Brussels issuing a so -called statement of objections warning that the deal could hurt the overall vacuum market and also that Amazon may demote other vacuum cleaner makers on its platform this decision however puts the EU at odds with the UK which already gave a green light to the transaction the u quest still doesn't have decision the FTC has been looking at the deal since September 2022 now the deadline for a decision from the EU is February 14th right now we have iRobot up about 2 % Amazon down about half a percent and speaking of Amazon Bloomberg reports the e -commerce giant is eyeing about 50 000 square feet of office space in Miami and this is as its founder Jeff Bezos plans his move to the Sunshine State from Seattle now Amazon spokesperson said the company started the search before his announcement i'm Lisa Mateo this is Bloomberg missed your favorite Bloomberg radio show Bloomberg business week masters in business Bloomberg intelligence and more are also available as podcasts listen today on Apple Spotify and anywhere else you get your podcasts the wheel take your research to the next level with interactive brokers fundamentals explorer fundamentals provides comprehensive worldwide fundamentals data to all IBKR clients at no cost dive deep into hundreds of data points covering historical trends industry comparisons key ratios forecast ratings ownership and more so you can see the whole picture find data faster add depth to your trading analysis and compare beyond plain numbers visit ibkr when you get your news from Bloomberg you don't just get the story you get the story behind the story
Russia Is Now Head of the UN Security Council? No Joke.
"Story that's making a lot of headlines today that I just wanted to sound off on here. The shocking news that Russia is now head of the UN Security Council, I mean, are you kidding me? Are you kidding me? So at first, this came out and people were like, okay, maybe it's an April Fool's joke. I mean, I've worked in the media long enough. Every single April fools, you would always get notes from editors saying, be very careful. Be very, very careful because there is a tendency for these April fools jokes to happen, especially in the media and they can be kind of embarrassing. So be on the lookout. Well, this one, this one is no joke. This is no April Fool's joke. So the country that is just demolishing Ukraine right now, that is actually being held in this international court in Brussels for war crimes being charged war crimes. They're now ahead of the UN Security Council. Countries are just an American journalist. Hostage. That's bombing these cities and killing civilians somehow now they are the standard bearer at the UN, the United Nations. I mean, now we really know the UN is one big giant joke. And it's not an April fools one.
Finland set to join NATO, in blow to Putin
"Finland's set to officially become a member of NATO and take its place among the ranks of the world's biggest security alliance. Turkey became the last NATO country to ratify Finland's membership protocol on Thursday. It will hand over the document officially enshrining that decision to Secretary of State Antony Blinken before the ceremony, Finn and will then give blinken its final text officializing its membership Finland's blue and white flag will be raised among those of its partners outside NATO's Brussels headquarters within Finland's leading politicians taking part neighboring Russia has already warned it will bolster its defenses near their joint border, if NATO deploys any additional troops or equipment to Finland. I'm Charles De Ledesma
With no peace in sight, NATO countries eye more Ukraine help
"With no peace in sight, NATO countries are more Ukraine help. Secretary general Jens Stoltenberg says Ukraine's Western Allies have sent the country around $70 billion in military aid, but now, with no peace negotiations on the horizon, the alliance is gearing up to send more Stoltenberg ads. We can not allow Russia to continue to chip away at European security. He added that there were no signs that Russian president Vladimir Putin is preparing for peace, native foreign ministers meeting in Brussels on Tuesday after discuss how to step up support for Ukraine, including by continuing to strengthen armed forces. Stoltenberg said, our support is for the long haul. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Stoltenberg: Finland to join NATO on Tuesday
"NATO's secretary general Jens Stoltenberg tells reporters this is a historic week. Sultan announces that Finland's joining NATO. Tomorrow we will welcome Finland as the 31st member of NATO. Making Finland safer and our alliance stronger. Says turkey the last country ratifying Finland's membership will hand its official tax to Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Tuesday, as NATO foreign ministers gather in Brussels. The secretary general adds a flag raising ceremony will finalise proceedings on Tuesday afternoon. We will race the Finnish flag for the first time here at the NATO headquarters. The news has prompted a warning from Russia that it would bolster its defenses near the joint border, if NATO deploys any troops in its new member. I'm Charles De Ledesma
"brussels" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
"So you got to get your energy straight and food is the way to do that. The next system in your body, we have to optimize to a food and use food as medicine is our detox to our detoxification system. Now most of us, when we think about detox, we think about drug rehab or alcohol or some weird fat or cleansing diet. Not talking about that. Our body has its own detox system, right? You pee, right? You pee every day, which gets rid of waste. You poop, hopefully every day, which gets rid of waste. Your liver has to detoxify. Imagine if you didn't pee or poo for a week. You'd be in big trouble. But your liver is so overloaded with the wrong foods with environmental toxins that it needs a lot of help. So some of it's obvious, right? You want to drink a lot of clean water so you can pee, you want lots of fiber to keep your bowels moving. But your liver needs a little extra love. And in the liver, there's a lot of pathways that metabolize toxins both once you make yourself your metabolic toxins and environmental toxins. And by the way, we're exposed to a lot. There's 80,000 new chemicals that have been introduced into the world since 1900, and most of them have been not tested for safety. So, we are in a sea of toxins. And every single person, if you did a fat biopsy, would have all kinds of nasty stuff in them. In fact, there was a umbilical cord studied in a newborn where they drew the umbilical cord blood before they took their first breath, and they were 287 known toxins, 210 of which were neurotoxic, including heavy metals, pesticides, phthalates, PCBs, flame retardants. I mean, you name it, it was all in their Teflon. Pretty scary. Anyway, so we need a lot of help. And where do you get the help, food, food, food, food, food is so powerful because it regulates these functions, things like methylation, glucuronidation, acetylation, glutathione conjugation, lots of big words, but essentially these are the pathways that need support and help. So what do you do to boost these pathways? Well, there's a group of foods that is the superheroes of detoxification foods. The cruciferous vegetables. Now this includes broccoli, collards, kale, cabbage, Brussels sprouts. This family has sulfur in it and also has glucosinolates, sulforaphane, all these phytochemicals that upregulate the production of a very important detox molecule called glutathione, glutathione is the body's master antioxidant master detox fire and master anti inflammatory. Garlic and onions are also great. For the same reason because they contain sulfur.
"brussels" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast
"And once people taste it that way, they're like, holy moly. Like I had no idea Brussels sprouts could taste as well. And so that's kind of what I offered anyone listening is like, if one thing's not working, don't throw the bait, don't say like, oh, my kids won't eat broccoli 'cause every time I cook it, they don't eat. It's like, no, no, no, no. They're probably not connecting with how you're cooking it. And so like if you're steaming the broccoli, well, then try pan searing pan frying it or something like that. Maybe adding some cheese on top of it or butter or something, some good kind of fat that's going to inspire the kids to be like, oh, well, I love cheese. Let me try that. And the first time drowned in it, like just drown it in cheese. If you know your kids love cheese, drowned in the cheese, just to kind of like almost cover the broccoli so they can't even see its broccoli the first time because you're just changing the way they associate what they associate with broccoli. So just that first time just completely throw it on throwing on its side, like just completely alter what they associate it with. So you can get them on the side of actually eating it. And then you can vary it from there. Right. Oh, it's great advice. And it's so true. I was always a hater of Brussels sprouts until my wife started making them either a roasted or pan pan fried and then she would put the butter. She was doing something with potatoes in there with onions and Brussels sprouts. It was unbelievable it was like magic. I'm like, wow, this is like my favorite food now. Yeah. You can roast it with bits of bacon and stuff and salt and pepper and spray it with olive oil or whatever. I mean, it's to talk about deliciousness. So good. So the best thing you ever eat. So I love this. Will you tell me more and you've mentioned, obviously, your daughter is a couple of times. Tell me more about your daughter's life threatening disease illness that she had. And that's really what kind of spurred your motivation with pluck. Yeah. I'm curious to know more. Well, absolutely. So I always, as a chef, as you mentioned in my intro, I was always interested in comfort foods because I know ultimately that's where we gravitate. And so I was always kind of keen to, okay, if I want to help people with their health, I really ultimately have to make comfort foods healthy because you can kind of like, in my 17 years, I've kind of boiled health down to this. Eating healthy food is like, if it's not easy and delicious, you're not going to do it.
1st missile strike at aerial object over Lake Huron missed
"The U.S. confirms a first missile strike at aerial object over Lake Huron mist. Speaking to reporters at a NATO defense meeting in Brussels, U.S. chairman of the joint chiefs of staff's general Mark milley says a first missile fired at an unidentified object overlay Huron, missed the second target while the second one hit. But Millie quickly stressed that the errant strike caused no harm. So we go to great lengths to make sure that the air space is clear and the backdrop is clear out to the max effective range of the missile, and in this case the missiles or the missile landed harmlessly in the water of Lake Euron. We tracked it all the way down. And we made sure that the airspace was clear of any commercial civilian or recreational traffic. The acknowledgment by Millie comes amid questions about whether the shootdown of aerial objects that military officials say don't post a threat could create unnecessary risks. I'm Mimi Montgomery
U.S. Says Restocking Ukraine With Ammunition Is Urgent to Allies
"Ukraine asks for warplanes while NATO worries about Kyiv's need for ammunition. As Ukraine allies gather at NATO's Brussels headquarters for a Ukraine contact group meeting, Kyiv is once more appealing to Western countries for military planes to help frustrate Russia's invasion. With reporters asking what aid his troops need, Ukraine's defense minister showed an image of a fighter jet. The U.S. is saying no to that, while some allies are assessing, but more pressing is Ukraine's demand for ammunition, firing up to 7000 artillery shells a day, U.S. and NATO allies worry about ensuring a steady supply without
Zelenskyy: Ukraine intercepted plans to destroy Moldova
"Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky says his country has intercepted plans by Russian secret services to destroy Moldova. Speaking to EU leaders in Brussels, zelensky says he'd recently informed Moldovan president Maia sandu of the plan by Russian intelligence of the destruction of Moldova zielinski said the documents showed who when and how the plan would break the democracy of Moldova and establish control over the country. He added the plan was very similar to the one devised by Russia to take over Ukraine. Russian foreign secretary Sergei Lavrov charged last week that the west was considering turning Moldova into another
Zelenskyy, in Brussels, urges EU to grant Ukraine membership
"In Brussels, Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky urges the European Commission to grant Ukraine membership. In an address to the European Parliament speaking through a translator, zelensky says he's seeking assurances that Ukraine could one day become part of the EU. The way approaching the European Union, Ukraine is going to be a member of the European Ukraine is that is winning. It's going to be a member of the European Union. The European Union, that is winning. The Europe visit comes as Russia intensifies attacks in Ukraine, amid signs a major new offensive by Moscow is underway. Zelensky leaves Europe to head home with heaps of goodwill and commitments of more military aid. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Zelenskyy wraps up European tour with visit to EU summit
"Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky is wrapping up a whirlwind tour of his major European backers. Zelensky will be heading home with heaps of goodwill, promises of more military aid and as hardware goes, Francis highest Medal of Honor, but first Brussels, where EU leaders hope to impress on him the powerful block is steadfast in its support of embattle Ukraine as Russia's feared to make moves for a new offensive around the February 24 one year anniversary of the war zelensky will be using the desk of the European Parliament to further his point in a plenary session, hoping to match Wednesday's speech to British lawmakers when he thanked the nation for its unrelenting support. I'm Charles De Ledesma.
"brussels" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In Brussels, I'm max Ramsey with this Bloomberg radio business flash, we're just over 15 minutes into the European equity session, and we open lower across the continent's major indices, but pairing back some of the initial losses we saw at the start of trading the stock 600 down two tenths of a percent. The FTSE 100 and the Dax both down around one tenth of a percent, the kakarot also down around two tenths of 8%, taking a sect of you, it is a technology and consumer products at the bottom of the list for the stock 600 sectors. Three sectors hold on in the green groceries telecoms and insurance. Earnings still a big driver for stocks here in Europe. Our whole Delhi's and aviva are the best performing stocks right now on the stock 600 Al del he is the supermarket owner up around 6% aviva up around 5%, so their numbers are seemingly impressing investors this morning. We did have a more negative session in Asia, the MSCI Asia Pacific, down 9 tenths of 8% right now, of course, focus now turns towards the U.S. and the CPI reading for July coming in a few hours time after that slower than expected Chinese CPI. The estimate out of the U.S. 8.7% ahead of that U.S. stocks holding steady just attached to the downside for S&P 500 E mini futures down a tenth of a percent. The dollar just a touch weaker but holding valley steady on the Bloomberg dollar spot index the U.S. ten year yield, 2.7864%, Brent crude $95, 73 per barrel down 6 tenths of a percent. Today and cable, $1 20 to your pound. That's your primary business fashion and get more on the top news headlines with leann Garrett's morning Julianne. Max Ramsey, good morning
"brussels" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Hours a day. The Bloomberg business and good Bloomberg quick take. This is a Bloomberg business flash. From Bloomberg's bureau in Brussels and max Ramsey with this Bloomberg radio business flash we are a touch weaker on stocks in the Asian session the MSCI Asia Pacific falls three tenths of a percent. We were looking at gains in China, but now pairing those back, we are flat on the CSI 300 flat on the hang sang. We had news Hong Kong is not planning to relax property stamp duty also a surprise audit from China's top auditor of the three $1 trillion trust industry, so that playing into sentiment that European futures to the downside after gains yesterday only moderately though down around two tenths of a percent for FTSE 100 futures and Euro stocks 50 futures. The U.S. attached stronger S&P 500 E mini futures and NASDAQ futures both up around two tenths of a percent were a touch week on the Bloomberg dollar spot index this morning for the U.S. ten year yield holding steady 2.759% there, yield curve inversion, we continue to track it the two's ten spread negative 45 basis points right now. Brent crude $96 71 per barrel we are back above 90 on WTI crude $90 85 per barrel gold $1787 per Troy ounce and Bitcoin $23,889 per Bitcoin. That's your Bloomberg business flash. Let's get more on the top news headlines with Leigh Anne garen this morning Julianne. Max
"brussels" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And Sweden have formally applied to join NATO after Russia's invasion into Ukraine with the ambassadors of both countries at his side NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg in Brussels said the applications are historic Thank you so much for handing over the applications for finance and Sweden's membership in NATO Every nation has the right to choose its own path You are both made your choice of the photo democratic processes And I warmly welcome the requests by finan Sweden to join NATO NATO's secretary general Stoltenberg says the applications must now be weighed by the 30 member countries Pennsylvania's Republican U.S. Senate primary remains too close to call with celebrity physician mehmed Oz holding a razor thin lead over former Bridgewater associate CEO David McCormick Oz endorsed by former president Donald Trump has 31.3% of the vote to McCormick's 31.1 meanwhile all of the mail in ballots remain to be counted in the state In North Carolina another Trump backed candidate congressman Ted Budd won the Republican Senate primary However GOP first term congressman Madison Cawthorn lost his bid for reelection Cawthorn faced several criticisms from both sides of the aisle after several scandals And alarming new report on global warming is out today The United Nations is out with its state of the global climate report UN secretary general Antonio Guterres called the report a dismal litany of humanity's failure to tackle climate disruption Guterres called for a jump starting to renewable energy transition The Ukraine and its immediate effects on energy prices is yet another wake-up call The only sustainable future is a renewable one We must end fossil fuel pollution and accelerate the renewable energy transition before.
Boris Johnson Tours Kyiv Streets With Zelensky
"Getting back here to what's going on with Russia and Ukraine, we're seeing that the EU is having these meetings in Brussels right now. They're trying to decide on whether or not to send more aid, you saw that Boris Johnson was over there over the weekend. Making a tour and some people criticize it as a photo op. I would say photo op or not, whatever you want to call it, it was really something to see the British prime minister there touring the streets with president zelensky.
"brussels" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"President met with NATO G 7 and European leaders in Brussels yesterday with the allies once again warning Vladimir Putin against using biological chemical or nuclear weapons in Ukraine Biden said NATO has never been more united and renewed support for Ukraine The United States is committed to provide over $2 billion in military equipment in Ukraine since I became president and I air systems and I armor systems ammunition and our weapons are flowing into Ukraine as I speak Meanwhile European Union countries have rejected Putin's demands that they pay in rubles for natural gas imports They are debating another sanctions package Now in a late night address Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky scolded NATO leaders for not responding to his plea for a no fly zone over his country and called for more weapons and tighter sanctions on Russia prime minister Boris Johnson said that even if Ukraine is unable to join NATO allies can help it create a deterrent by sending equipment training and intelligence but it is difficult to provide jets and tanks We're looking at what we can do to help but I've got to tell you logistically at the moment it looks very difficult for both with armor and with jets We're very conscious of what he's asking for At the moment we're looking at the equipment that we think is more immediately valuable is missiles that will enable the Ukrainians to protect themselves against bombardment from the air but also to deal with the grad rocket launchers the Russian heavy artillery Earlier Johnson also said there are signs Russia is using gold to escape sanctions and wants to take steps to ensure Russia can not sell bullying EU officials have worked out the final details of a new law clamping down on big tech the digital markets act will fall sweeping changes to how the tech companies do operate were significant fines.
"brussels" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"An upward revision to last month's jobs data as well So again folks kind of getting back into this labor economy All right right now let's head down to Washington D.C. or 99 one studios get world in national news with Nathan Hager All right thanks Paul the world is reacting in shock to Russia's attack overnight on Europe's largest nuclear plant in southeastern Ukraine NATO secretary general Jan Stoltenberg is warning of more death and destruction in the days to come war is dangerous And to have military operations conflict fighting going around the nuclear power plant adds to the danger And this just makes it even more important that president Putin and his war NATO's Jan Stoltenberg in Brussels deputy treasury secretary Wally adeyemo says sanctions will go up as Russia escalates the war He says existing penalties are already crippling the Russian economy Because of the sanctions we've put on inflation is likely north of 20% Russian markets have been shut down for days and just earlier they announced they're going to shut them down for more days which is the longest shutdown they've had since at least 1998 when they defaulted on their debt As for Russia's energy sector secretary game hotels Bloomberg surveillance immediate sanctions there would raise oil and gas prices even further and go into Vladimir Putin's pocket The Biden administration is looking at ways to punish Russia through the World Trade Organization Deputy U.S. trade representative Jamie white tells Bloomberg They're working with Congress on legislative actions The European Union has said it's looking to revoke Russia's most favored nation status at WTO A powerful bomb blast stripped through a Shiite mosque in Peshawar Pakistan today police say at least 56 Friday worshippers were killed dozens more wounded The death penalty is back in effect for Boston Marathon bomber joke art Tsarnaev the Supreme Court ruled he was not deprived of a fair trial when the judge withheld evidence of a prior crime and limited questioning to jurors about pretrial coverage Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists.
Ric Grenell: U.S. Weakness Led to Brexit, European Borders Changing
"But when I hear this stuff and you may disagree with me I don't know your view The American people don't care about Ukraine You know the American people didn't care about Austria The American people didn't care about Czechoslovakia The American people didn't care about Poland at one point And then all of a sudden we have the Third Reich I'm not saying this is the Third Reich I'm not even saying this is the old Soviet Union but I don't think we should be so cavalier as people with a public microphone that just blow this sort of thing off I'd be curious about what you think Yeah I actually agree And I would go one step further in that it matters for NATO and it matters for Europe I spent a long time in Berlin hearing from Brussels and Paris and Berlin about why the transatlantic relationship was really about strengthening Europe And I told Chancellor Merkel that the reason why Brexit happened the reason why Crimea happened rewriting of the European borders which is Absolute nightmare Scenario The reason why we've had the borders rewritten in Europe In the last ten years a couple of times is because of weakness from the United States That's just a plain fact
"brussels" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is balance of power on Bloomberg television and radio I'm David Weston for Bloomberg first word news we go now to Mark crumpton David thank you Russian president Vladimir Putin says he has begun what he calls a partial pullback of thousands of troops mass near the Ukrainian border speaking in Brussels today in NATO's secretary general Jens Stoltenberg said he hasn't yet seen any evidence of that So far we have not seen any deescalation on the ground not seen any science of reduced Russian military persons on the borders of Ukraine Russia has a mass a fighting force in and around Ukraine Unprecedented since the Cold War Everything is now in place for a new attack Speaking alongside German Chancellor Olaf Schultz earlier president Putin warned that Moscow won't wait forever for the west to address its demand that Ukraine never joined NATO Turkish president rajab Erdoğan spent a second day in the United Arab Emirates today amending relations and deepening commercial ties The two countries have signed a defense industry cooperation agreement and a series of economical chords The UAE has come under drone and missile attacks by fighters linked to Iran backed fighters based in Yemen in recent weeks and is seeking to strengthen its defenses Jailed Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny faces years more in prison as a new fraud trial got underway today Navalny has been a detention since last year when he returned to Russia after recovering from a near fatal attack involving a nerve agent Navalny and western governments blamed the attack on president Putin's government The Kremlin denies any involvement Global.
"brussels" Discussed on Food Issues
"You brought this up because i feel like i mean i think if you talk to most parents this is one of the pain points when it comes to feeding kids and you know i think again it comes back to the research but also the why right you know. We sort of talked a little bit Earlier but we have a natural aversion to bitter foods that has likely allowed us to continue to survive and evolve and so understanding that it is going to be harder when your kids. Let's say tastes. Brussels sprouts broccoli. It's going to taste different to them than it is for you. because they have different sort of taste receptors. So you know. I think it's when you talk to a lot of adults. Say things like. Oh i used to hate. Let's say. I don't know kale when i was a kid or brussels sprouts kale pie. Wasn't that popular twenty years ago. And now they love it and a lot of that is yes exposure but also because your tastes change now the one way to sort of get around. This is adding salt. So salt tends to help mask Those bitter flavors so when you're introducing and and this is sort of more a little bit for like toddler kids we don't wanna be overly salting are our babies foods because we don't want them to have been a preference for for high sodium high. You know salty foods but when they become a little bit older adding just a little bit of salt even a little bit of fat helps to mask some of those bitter receptors and so the food doesn't taste quite as bitter. That's sort of one way. We say the parents you know serving. Let's say just like steamed broccoli. Might not be as appetizing to a child but if maybe a little bit of butter or plan face sputter or a little bit of salt a little bit of olive oil sort of things to help mask that bitterness that can be one way they accept it a little bit more..
FBI Agents Swarm Russian Oligarch's DC Home
"So the guy whose house they swarmed the yesterday in Washington D.C. the FBI this guy Oleg deripaska was connected to Vladimir Putin but he also had business relationships with Christopher Steele who was one of the authors of the dossier used to spy on Donald Trump by the FBI That was the whole collusion dossier You know the pee pee tape He's colluding with Putin You got the whole thing So some people say Dan this great news deripaska means a closed in on stealing a network I'm not sure about that But here before we get to so we have two options here Either they're closing in on steels and network or more likely they're hiding George Soros's role and others in the 2016 election manipulation That's what I think But going back to reason number one here's steals connections some of them this guy Derek Oscar they serve the warrant on his house yesterday In 2015 DOJ officials notably Brussels and some FBI agents met in New York with deripaska to seek the Russian billionaires help on organized crime investigations The meeting was facilitated though not attended by Christopher Steele Chris the first Theo area is here it gets worse In 2012 yields private firm orbis was hired as a subcontractor by a law firm working for you guessed it their apostle Who then headed Russia's largest aluminum company Steals firm was asked to do some research on a business rival By 2015 steals work had left him friendly with one of their apostles lawyers according to John Solomon's sources this is from a 2018 piece And when or the associate Deputy Attorney General longtime acquaintance of steel sought help getting to meet their pasca who obliged but Christopher
"brussels" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is thought there are fewer workers because of clubs closing during the pandemic and people from the European Union having left the country Now Iranian and EU diplomats will meet in Brussels on Thursday to discuss how to break a deadlock with the U.S. over how to revive the 2015 nuclear deal Iran's foreigners foreign minister gave the data to parliamentary briefing yesterday according to the fars news agency diplomats are meeting in Brussels after EU envoy Enrico moreo visited Tehran on Thursday Iran's recently elected government has delayed resuming the negotiations with the U.S. since June And thousands of university staff here in the UK are going to vote on whether to go on strike in a row over pay pensions and working conditions there could be industrial action at more than 150 institutions before the end of the year Unions say they are fighting cuts to wages unsafe workloads and the use of insecure contracts university bosses say the prospect of disruption is indeed disappointing Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries and the January this is Bloomberg Caroline Thank you so much With the world news Let's talk about the supply chain story this morning because global ports are becoming more gridlocked as supply shocks intensify threatening to spoil the holiday shopping season erode corporate profits and also drive up consumer prices Joining us now is Bloomberg reporter and co author of this story Kevin varley Kevin really good to have you on the program Now Bloomberg's actually got a port's tracker to give us all the details And what is happening around the world which ports are saying the most congestion right now Yes well we started researching this intensively starting in April And consistently we have seen the ports of Los Angeles among beach have the most congestion rates The kind of ratio bleeding container ships to those that are important Right now what we're tracking is the ports of Hong Kong and Shenzhen we had a typhoon here in Asia pass through that actually stops trading in Hong Kong And they're still working through that gridlock now So that'll cause a ripple effect with that Pacific trade to Los Angeles among beach And also down through Singapore So it's kind of a butterfly effect that we're seeing here Interesting So there are lots of things though that seem to be affecting ports right now I mean you mentioned weather is one In the UK there's been a lot of focus on drivers a shortage of drivers to move those trucks around Other parts of the world it's about those ports not being 24 7 Why exactly do port see congestion Well when you see towards there really kind of the centerpiece of a lot of things that are going on you have the ships that are coming in delivering containers And then you'll have intermodal especially in the United States taking those containers away in trucks and also ensuring So a lot of moving parts if anything goes wrong anywhere along supply chain and we've seen that this year with COVID we've seen that with typhoons with labor shortages That's going to impact the poor congestion as we've seen How does that then affect the consumer Basically the bottom line is you're going to have to wait for your package to arrive If you're ordering something that's getting shipped via container or just regular shipping that product has to go through a lot of hurdles before it reaches it So we're going to see a wait time all these typhoon effects COVID effects whether it's labor shortages trucks getting to it's basically going to delay your package getting to you online And on time excuse me And that's what we're seeing The values for this holiday season And also the point that you make in this story is that things are going to get worse before they get better which isn't bad news It's true A large part of it is basically taking a look at the data and analyzing to see what delays will be but consistently we've seen since July there's been increased blaze in Los Angeles Long Beach We've seen the recent news about that port being opened 24 7 That has had some effect We've seen some of the shipments the containers actually reduced in number But that's also being covered by the fact that there's always somewhere on the other side of the world whether it's crisis or a typhoon that's adding days to the weight in the supply chain So it's basically what I like to think of as a spoke You have the center but also.
"brussels" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast
"Everything was lighten read a newly formed and Beautiful was that the people that had worked there. That had come back. They contacted me One guy in particular. He had been a kid who's both his parents were. Immigrants should work there. He'd spent all his school holidays. There any sets me. My parents have never dared. My mom's never dared to put it back there. My dad died of cancer shortly. And i went back and that man so much because we remember that building what you did resonated so much. I'm her maid That's beautiful about making art. That's open you know. I knew why but it was so much beyond that and actually for the anecdotes. When i was installing that work my stepfather had just died so i thought what am i gonna do council my participation. No so i went there. And i closed the susan big open space factory but my piece was the only thing that was in sort of separate mess hall room. I closed the door. I didn't want any assistance. What anyone tells me spend two weeks just crying and putting the happiest together with my it was my healing space and snow and so it meant so much said it could resonate. That's great salt or what you do. Whatever it is does that absorb the oral things and they're for becomes linked to time and space or or. Is it sums would you. would you call it the aura. would you call it something else. What happened there. I mean i. I do often speak about it as aura but think i mean i like to imagine in a few ways i see as said. There's this whole thing of control so as the artist. I set up the scene and i have an idea of what's going to happen but then there because these are all chemicals reacting metals chemicals or acting together They have their own life. And it's going to depend on. What is the temperature in the room. What is the humidity. What are the external factors What are the toxins. That are being absorbed by the salt. And that's really exciting. So there is this oral linked to the space linked to the objects. When can say. But i think also really exciting because these objects by the use of so. They're kind of like imagine being rubbed on rural so they're kind of more open to vibrations to energy. It's i don't know it's a it's a way of working. is quite trendy at the moment to say that it's about seeing things from a non human perspective. But that really is what it is article about. You read the phrase. And i think that fits good here younger bonus. Our practice is tested of scientific research spiritual influences and artistic expression. So are you a her medicine. St- well i mean yes by default because the the head. You know what's funny. The recent solar show. i just had everyone Was expecting a transformation and So this was the exhibition where basically it's a series of five different rooms and i linked to each room to to a basic need to cleanse to protect to sleep and also material experienced and When the show is announced when people are speaking about like oh she's going to transform things things we can oxidized. And i knew that but i think it's so important as an artist not to repeat yourself and was going to be a transformation but that was the transformation you know is the chemical search for gold. It was interior. It wasn't you know. And i made this. It was it was a temple. It was designed like temple. You could clearly see the temple like structures there were Reno incense the black virgin for and there was beautiful. Because i from that. I got messages from people. Saying it was so good to seal this weekend. symbolically And you know the art world was like all of the things to change that much and the whole time that change. Was you know it was your experience based on how it makes you. You know the change in you Right humanity very very nicely. Said and i have to ask you that now but em you don't have to reply. Of course you do but what. What is your practice today to solitary practice. How would you. How would you call it or maybe you want to give examples whatever. What does this look like. What's it feel like so friendly enough my practice at the moment well for the past two years since these events are two thousand has been mostly focused on scarring and really getting into astral projection. That's something that i that. I have found more exciting. I think maybe. I'm i'm in a sort of limbo waiting for the next step. There's big moments where Side just moved in. I find have a garden and said you know at his time to have covering again because now we can be outside. You know this is something. That was all sir. Yes yes there so candles. Being saying for ages come to brussels. The scene is huge. Let's let's do stuff. And i mentioned we're speaking just personally. I i mean now. I know these amazing people. Why are we not getting together. I guess world very busy because we're all speaking about the suffer we're not practicing together I actually have a friend. A.
Trial of 20 Men Accused in 2015 Paris Attacks Begins
"Twenty men accused in the Islamic state group's twenty fifteen attacks on Paris the left one hundred thirty people dead and hundreds injured arm trial in the French capital of the twenty men charged only fourteen are appearing in court chief among them is on the on the slum who teaches call and a malfunctioning suicide vest and ultimately fled to hide out in his home town of Brussels he's the only one charged with murder of this long the first in alphabetical order was off to stand first to identify himself request you to state his profession of the slum said his ambition is to become a fighter for Islamic state five of the other six being tried in absentia are presumed dead the whereabouts of one man is unknown most of the defendants face a maximum sentence of life in prison if convicted of complicity in the attacks I'm Charles the last month
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"brussels" Discussed on The Garden Question
"Go start falling. So that's also gonna slow it down low. Bet it may make us roughtly ed. But it'd be very small. You look at your optimal grow and time for each of these shops. And then you look at as maturity and you back it up when you want to harvest it. And that's when you need to be planted in the ground for our part of the country in the southeast zone right zone. Eight that's right. You're going to be planting. there's about four or five things that you need to get around. I you wanna do your kale collards cabbage broccoli cauliflower and brussels sprouts you want to get all those in the ground before labor day especially ear broccoli cauliflower and brussels sprouts because on broccoli cauliflower. You're making a seat head naturally. That's what we're eating is eventually going flour and go to see. Of course we don't want to let it go that far. We want to eat it while still in bud. Plant will take a good amount of cold weather if that broccoli head is close to being ready and we have a freeze. It will damage that broccoli. Hey get it in the grail. Get it finished before hard. Freeze comes we can plan it before. Labor day the last of august september. We got september and october for it to grow than it should finish off the end of october. First of november use it will beat most of the hard freezes that time of year. We can have a little frost sometime in october. Sometimes are hard phrases usually. Don't come until sometime in november. So if you can get your brockley planted and harvested before that hard freeze comes just a lot easier if you do find yourself in a situation where you have an early freeze or you can get frosted around thirty. Two degrees hard freeze is more like twenty eight. If you find yourself in situations where you think it's going down. To twenty eight degrees you haven't harvested it yet you're going to need to cover it. It'll just damage. Turn it black prompt skits on hit. Even though it might not kill the planet know damager broccoli and cauliflower though it'd be with a row cover right covenant with a row cover or if you don't want to buy that bedsheet if you just gotta cover. His cloth will do good covered up. The brussels. sprouts say needs to be planned early. Because i take forever. The earliest varieties are noah or somewhere in the ninety day range and most brussels sprouts take one hundred ten days. The good thing is brussels. Sprouts very halston freeze tolerant. So they can take a good bit of cold weather. We do wanna get those in late august or that first week of september so that they can finish off before december. You don't have as many problems of seen some brussel sprouts mature and going into the winter. A little bit brisket a little bit more as it gets colder chance for sustained below freezing temperatures. I if not kill it. It can damage the cabbage. It tight most of those varieties mature a little sooner. You can get hundred cabbages as well. But i like stick with some of the sixty days to maturity cabbage so i can get them in and out for real cold. Weather sets in august is rather hot and that's not going to affect what we'd call. A coast is in crop. We're always playing against mother nature ghosts in the springtime but rolling dice to get our plants in ground. When it's still cool in a foul of the year. we're rolling. It is to get our plants in the ground when it's still hot so it seems like we're always up against that time of year those particular ones if they're already germinated and started plants that you purchased during that time it's going to be hot. They'll make it fall..
"brussels" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Go live to Brussels, Belgium. Yeah, with ABC news correspondent Karen Travers. She's traveling with the president. Of course you follow on Twitter at Karen. Travis Morin. You, Karen. Hey, Good morning. I got one question for you. Did you get to see the queen and and was the hat kind of Mac Daddy or not? We did not. It was only the small group that was traveling on Air Force one that went to Windsor Castle yesterday with President Biden, and in fact they were kind of kept away from the whole ceremony to sound. Kind of didn't miss anything. I guess you could say we were already on our way to Brussels at that point, But the president and the first lady had a nice little private time with the queen. They were out in the quad at Windsor Castle doing a review of an honor Guard star single banner played and then they walked inside for private teeth. And afterwards, the president said that the queen was very gracious, very generous. He said she reminded him of his mother and invited her to visit at the White House. If she was like And I don't know if that's a compliment. Really? That you want to pass on Daddy. Any woman? No, I don't. I don't. Yeah, especially when you're as old as Joe. My goodness. Um, he's off now to the NATO summit in Brussels, of course process where the headquarters is and one of the purposes is to To update something called the Strategic contract. What is that? Yeah, it's the kind of mission statement of sorts for NATO and the NATO leaders are going to be working today to update this strategic concept to reflect what they say are the political challenges and global realities and that includes Russia's aggressive policies and actions of the administration. Put it. So look for Russia to be a big topic on the agenda today for President Biden and the other NATO leaders, no surprise, given the reasoning for forming this military alliance, given the concern about some of The countries that are in the backyard of Russia who are worried about Russia's aggression. The president today met with the leaders of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania to send that strong signal that the United States supports them. But also, you know, stop me. You heard this before President once again is coming to a world leaders summit to say that America is back and that the U. S commitment to the NATO alliance is rock solid as he put it. Yeah. You got that going for us? Um, Karen, I hope you have a very safe trip and enjoy Brussels. Uh And I know you don't get a lot of free time out there, but, uh, long trip for you supposed to be away from your family? But anyway, we're glad you're with us. And which I with you tomorrow. Take care of us. Yeah. Have a great day. Thanks to the Karen's Got the twins, So it's never easy, you know, working, Mom? It's got to be tough, but anyway, this look this this, uh This is the first time he is the president. Light is on the state. Now. Next, he'll go and he'll speak with Vladimir Putin and they're not gonna hold hold a news conference. Remember the news conference that President Trump had in house inky? They're not going to do that. Because Biden, first of all abiding people don't want that to happen. I mean, goodness sakes, he says trouble. I mean news conference by himself. You know what I mean? So anyway, that continues, and it's a It's a 10 Day trip. So I guess, uh, sometimes the end of the week, he's back. You know, he'll take about six months to recuperate from this one. You know what I mean? He told the queen that mind of his mother. Joe 78 years old. Queens late nineties, But still no. I mean, stop. Not exactly what the Queen wanted to hear. I wouldn't think The the the rest of the traveling party. Um, not the rest of the travel for some of the traveling party got to meet with the royal family. The day before. Course, minus the tude that are now the royal family of California. So You know? I don't know this this this whole thing is, uh, look, It's a good thing that there's a real purpose to NATO. There's a real purpose to the G seven. Uh, you know, before World War two, we didn't have any of these things right? In fact, one of the great things that came out of World War two was the League of Nations. I think that's when that came. You know the idea that the countries of like mind would get together and protect themselves against Idiots. I've been watching something many called, uh, World World One Apocalypse. It was brutal to was bad, obviously, but we know more about what world because we're closer to it. The World War one was unbelievable. It was kind of archaic. I mean, the weapons everything about they didn't know how to how to fight. They didn't know how to battle. They didn't know any of those things kind of archaic. They dug trenches because well for to protect themselves. But mustard gas was being used, and they are trying to find out ways to use masks during that period of time. Um No man's land was the area between between the trenches that were built, You know, they were on that side. You were on this side and somebody go crazy once in a while because they'd be sucking that trench forever, and people were dying and the smell was horrible and Had all kinds of illnesses and lice and rats and things like that. So people are crazy and run across to the old man's land. And have you killed It's the whole thing was bizarre. That's where the friends they were using horses, a lot of dead horses, and it was just horrible thing. 8 47. My guest is trending for us. 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"brussels" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"In Brussels and meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva. Vice President Harris is back from her trip to Mexico and Guatemala. Here's ABC is making to President Vice President Kamala Harris declaring the trip a success, saying she was looking at the root causes of the surgery. Migration. The only way we can actually fix the problem. Is to understand the problem here is announcing US funding for housing, small businesses, labour reform and farming in the region, which has been devastated by recent hurricanes, along with commitments to fight corruption. Infrastructure talks between President Biden and Republican negotiator Shelley Moore Capital have ended the Republicans offering $928 billion in new projects. The Democrats number 1.7 trillion Republicans also refusing to raise taxes on corporations to pay for it. A new PROPUBLICA report showing the nation's richest Americans have been able to pay little or no taxes for years. Jerry Preston ABC News, citing unlimited wtmj news time 6 31 from the WTMJ breaking news center. What would Hostess Fire and Police Commission takes a step forward in its search for a new police chief? TMJ four is Ryan Jenkins. Milwaukee's acting police chief, Jeffrey Norman, has applied for top top positions. And both brown deer and here in Wauwatosa in Wauwatosa, as police and Fire commission is going to meet at 4 30 tonight, the commission will confirm which of their candidates will move forward to a public forum. Then they will select questions that will be asked at that forum. Meanwhile, the city of Milwaukee and its former police chief Alfonso Morales, began talks during mediation today. TMJ four News says both sides have agreed to a telephone conference today. A judge ruling Morales was wrongfully demoted last August by Milwaukee's firing Police Commission. And they gave the city until July to reach a settlement with more with Morales or reinstate him as chief. It may not be people choosing not to work that as businesses scrambling to fill openings, Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce President Tim Sheehy tells Wisconsin's afternoon news. Part of the issue is the US working age population dropped in recent years, working age population is only going to grow by less than Half a percent over the next decade. So it's going to be an employee's market for years to come, she saying businesses will need to be more creative to get people to work for them. Wisconsin The next state budget expected to be over $4 billion in the black Department of Administration Secretary Joel Brennan spoke during a Milwaukee press club lunch. It is income taxes, its sales and use taxes and its corporate taxes and each of those places Wisconsin has been doing better. And and these latest numbers show that we're doing markedly better the difference of opinion and medicine As what to do with this money Governor Evers wants to invested in education and other programs. Republicans say they want to see tax cuts a group advocating for victims of clergy sex abuse, now pursuing action for a recent case. State claims shows racial discrimination Its missions Program director Peter Isely says they want action against former Franciscan friar Paul West, who was accused of molesting elementary students in the schools He taught. We want charges, criminal charges federal charges against him. They are also bringing attention to the settlement amount of $15,000 reached with the victims, far less than most clergy abuse victim cases. Nicely says it's an example of how the Catholic Church treated this minority group. They carried the disproportionate burden of having pedophile priest dumped into their parishes in schools. Rusty Mellberg WTMJ news Coming up, Can you name the five Oceans, Citing unlimited wtmj news time is 6 34 credit? Karma has always been there to help you make better financial decisions. And now, with the credit card money spent account, you can be rewarded for.
"brussels" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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