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Fresh update on "cnn" discussed on Tony Katz and the Morning News
"Minneapolis's refunded police. Oakland just added $10 million to refund the police. Seattle refunding, please. I believe, um Portland may have as well. So of course. What? They're pushing this ideological insanity. I mean, this is ridiculous. The mayor the governor on the cops are racist. Oh, the cops are terrible. This is everything you don't want. Everything you don't want in leadership. But his comments today. Yesterday. I should say I would argue. Just a wee bit too late. It's truly been a tragic and difficult week for the people of Brooklyn Center. My heart is broken for Dante's family and friends. He was taken from us and from them far too song E share our community's anger. And sadness in shock. My message to all who are demanding justice for him and for his family is this your voices have been heard? Now the eyes of the world are watching Brooklyn center. And I urge you Protest peacefully and without violence. Let us show the best of our community. You're you're a bit late for that. To quote Michael McKean include You're a bit late to say Let us protest peacefully on night number four. If this was Donald Trump, this would be the 24 hour crawl on CNN President Trump takes four days to call for peace. Just so we're clear as to what happened and what is happening. You don't have peace. You have another 24. People arrested. You have attacks on reporters. This was a CNN crew. Right? I think I've got all the Dirty stuff out of there, but figure on the dump in their house and just in case what the heck? Right? And, uh, this CNN crew camera guy, couple other field reporters there. And then they're talking. You're saying everything's cool, Everything's fine, and it's all peace. Holy on older man. Got hit by a water bottle. Part of CNN directly in the head. Full water bottle. It hits him and actually burst open. He falls down and on the water nah, throughout There. This Laughing because somebody got knocked out. I mean, he fell down. He then got back up and clear the cobwebs and he was fine. Just one of many, many stories going on one of many, many stories about the assaults on well, anybody who is not reporting this properly. Oh, they have no problem threatening you and tell you to move down the street and do all sorts of things. Who's actually doing it. And what is it that they're actually protesting? Well, they're not protesting anything. They're violent people. Violent people need to be stopped. But you don't expect that from the mayor of Brooklyn Center anytime soon. Matt Bear. He has traffic..
Biden picks 1st woman to be Army secretary
"Senior Pentagon official to be the first woman to lead the U. S. Army. If confirmed by the Senate is Army Secretary Christine War myth would work with the Army's chief of staff who does not command soldiers, but his responsible along with the Army secretary for training and equipping them. CNN anchor Anderson
Fresh "CNN" from The Boxer Show
"Today's We get up to a high of 51 degrees. Be cooler today and a few spotty showers possible, especially to the north and northeast. Tomorrow. We start out of 38 in the morning so I could see a little patchy frost up to a high of 58 for your Friday close to 60 for Saturday Sunday with a few spotty showers. Whether is powered by the basement doctor. It's mostly cloudy 41 in Dublin 42 of your severe weather station news radio 6 10 w TV end Body cam. Footage from Columbus Police shows the altercation at Mount Carmel, CNN said lead to a fatal officer involved shooting on Monday. 27 year old Miles Jackson, after being taken to the hospital by.
Katie Hill on Matt Gaetz: 'I feel betrayed by him'
"In twenty nineteen then democratic congresswoman katie hill who. We'd have in the program number times resigned from congress after revelations of an inappropriate relationship with someone who worked on her campaign and that relationship have been exposed in a really awful way in nude photos that were leaked to and then published nate british tabloid without katie hills consent. Now he'll sued that tabloid for violating california's revenge porn law. Yesterday she lost that suits. You now plans to appeal. Katie hill also struck up what she called an unlikely friendship with matt gaetz in congress not the time when she resigned gates actually publicly defended her over the league's photos the two kept in touch through twenty twenty despite pizzas relationship with donald trump but their relationship petered out after the trump january. Six insurrection then. Cnn reported the congressman gates had showed nude photos of women he had slept with two lawmakers in a new piece in vanity fair. Katie hill writes. That report is true. Engage in the very practicing defended me from and should resign immediately and katie hill joins me now. It's it's it's great to have you on the program katie. I wonder if you just maybe just sort of talk about your relationship. Friendship with matt gaetz. What you sort of thought of what you make of all this now. I mean look. We became friends because we served on the same committee in. We're about the same age. And he was friendly to me when i was in new lawmaker but when it really mattered when i was feeling particularly abandoned by the people within my own party And when i felt just betrayed in alone in disgusted and Disgusted with myself. It matters a lot that somebody stands up free and i. I don't know how many people have been in a situation that right where you were anybody standing up for. You feels like a big deal but it gets a lot of points and now with all of this coming out. I think people can certainly say that. I have maybe not made the mess choices. When it comes to my relationships with men i had a real relationship with matt gaetz but regardless i feel i feel betrayed by him and i have to wonder about his motivations for defending me in the first place.
Fresh "CNN" from The Boxer Show
"Work schedule for Frank Road at 71, starting after the morning rush hour at about nine o'clock, and this Friday, the 71 North ramp it Frank Road will open completely. Part of the Southside mega Fix traffic and weather together, powered by temp star and header, heating and cooling on Johnny Hilla NewsRadio 6 10 W T V E N I V C six, First one meteorologist Michael Good Thursday morning, everyone Today It's gonna be cooler, a high of 51, a little breezy. Take the jacket. Couple. Spotty showers are possible, especially to the north and northeast today tomorrow or drive 58 for the high but could see little frost in the morning with upper thirties for the morning lows this weekend Saturday. Sunday will be close to 60 couple spotty showers here in their possible in the afternoon, but weather is powered by the basement doctor. It's mostly cloudy 40 and Worthington 42 YEARS. Severe weather station news radio 6 10 that will you TV End to Western Bill. Police officers are on administrative leave following the shooting at CNN's hospital. Statement from the chief of police is officers Eric Everhart and David Lambert were the initial.
Capitol Police reportedly had expired ammo and ineffective shields during riot
"A scathing report by the capital police watchdog says there were even more law enforcement failures before the insurrection. January 6th This includes new details about expired ammunition shields that didn't work well ineffective Shields and a previously on reported warning more than two weeks ahead of the riot about a map of the capital's underground tunnels that was posted on a pro trump website. CNN and the hill are reporting so far, the findings show Capitol police We're not handling their business in a routine manner to prevent such attacks. This summary also highlights significant problems with the department's vigilance when it comes to equipment maintenance policies for the civil disturbance unit and its handle. Of intelligence before that
Fresh update on "cnn" discussed on Sway
"What does it mean you have to do now. No i'm not worried about it. Okay and i just keep doing what i do And i've always been Nimble and malleable and whatever comes next. I'll be ready for it. And the reason i'm not worried about it is because it beats the alternative. The alternative of him being in there and us having to figure out how we deal with lies and bigotry and hate and the toxicity that was the trump administration and which has nothing to do with my ideology or politics right because people have accused me of being conservative I it has nothing to do with politics. Trump was a horrible person and he was terrible for the country and is better for all for the world that he is no longer the president of the united states and so if that means that cable news ratings go down on so that's not really that concerned about it and i think it's it's better. I would prefer that my ratings go down and trump not being office in my ratings. Be sky high and him be there. That's the honest truth. So there's a chain of to jeff zucker stepping down to cnn's presidents this year. Are you sad to see them. Go and what does that mean. And is his legacy. I am sad to see him. Go and then people think that it's like oh my gosh jeff. You're kissing up to jeff. I love jeff. And when i'm done with this i'm going to go to a lunch and celebrate his birthday with him. That doesn't mean at jeff. And i always agree quite the opposite and that's why i love him because i can pick up the phone and say jeff look and he can yell and when he's had enough when he says i'm comfortable with my decision that's not. What is his legacy you think. Did he save cnn. I mean many justin did say cnn. And i mean everything. I said when i don't know who else could run. I'm sure someone will come along. And they will run it and they will do a great job and we'll get get along well or maybe we won't who knows but in this moment i have to be honest. I think the best thing to happen to cnn. And the you know. Besides ted turner was jeff. Zucker and jeff is open. He listens. He gets the news but more than anything he understands. I believe that cable news is about fans. He loves the ratings. But it's also about having fans people who will fight for you when something goes wrong and he the biggest thing for us for people who are on the air in front of the camera is that he has our back interesting so who should replace him. Maybe a woman because brooke baldwin one of your fellow anchors leaving san this month essentially said that the network is a voice club. I'm gonna put you in the man box right now. The most most influential highly paid anchors. There are men. Cnn does not have any female anchors and prime time eight to eleven slot. Do you see that as an issue. Well couple of things. I don't know everybody else's salary. So i can't say that you know an it's a boy's club i look. I just got there. You're not going to get out with the just got their thing. Would what's your question. What do i think about what woman be running at work. And how do you square the circle of of not having you know. Women are second class citizens in the cnn universe. We have had women who have who've run the network. I mean to know rodriguez part of the network. My woman anderson. Not charlie and erin burnett's executive producer. Show runner is a woman so we have plenty of women in positions of power the network now at the executive ranks enough about the the organizational chart to tell you that but listen my cmo who is a woman alison gaullist and she is huge influence on the network. So you know should network be run by a woman of course a very qualified woman. I'd love to see a woman. Run the networks. You don't think it's a boy's club as as i. I don't think you're having lunch with sucker. I'm guessing she's not well. I mean i actually called him up and said would you like to have lunch. I mean you can do the same thing. So but i mean i i was with jeff at brooks wedding so i don't you know. Listen brooke i love brook- she's one of my best friends. So i can we improve absolutely. We can improve with diversity among women and among people of color but not terrible. Okay i think. I think on the right track. I don't really see it as a boys club. Okay all right so prediction. Cnn's future what you see is the future of cable news. Oh well i. C cable news quite honestly is more personality driven than ever before and i know people don't like that but when you have so much information on your devices people are going to tune into things and people they relate to and something that that inspires some emotion and passion in them so the individual people like yourself and others who are compelling. I think it's going to be even more personality driven Even though people think it's going to go the opposite way well you know. These big shows are going to go away and no. I think it's.
WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar on a wild first year on the job
"Very excited Who is the ceo of mortar media online at jason. Hello peter how are you. I'm good. I don't normally have to do disclosures at the beginning of this podcast but here i have to say that Vox media is working on cnn. Original documentary and i'm involved in that in some capacity so we should clear that up right at the beginning But you know. I was working on a cnn documentary. I did not know that. All i ask is please make it a good one I will do what. I can Jason the last time we talked was december. When you announced that you were blowing up the movie business You didn't say that but a lot of dead You were gonna make all of your theatrical movies streaming day and date throughout this year. People freaked out about it You said it was going to workout. We're now a few months into the experiment. How has it gone. What have you learned. Yes so we're very happy with it. Peter i mentioned this publicly before but i'll restate which is where four movies into it and it's obviously year still but based on what we've seen so far And what. I've already shared publicly. We're very encouraged. And we're encouraged for a number of reasons number one. Is that for those people that are comfortable. They're showing up at the box office. And godzilla vs kong over the last twelve days is a great example of that around the world and people are clearly showing up and excited and consuming the movie selection that we have especially these new movies that you're referring to so i mentioned publicly a couple of weeks ago at our investor day that you know we're seeing that there are among the top titles on the service there helping with churn reduction and and certainly a lot of subscriber acquisition As well we mentioned publicly so So it's doing what we Anticipated and and certainly hope for. And i'm excited to share that.
Fresh update on "cnn" discussed on Sway
"The president is trump. it was. You is this or not. How do you look at this. I mean look sean. Hannity goes off on some crazy scheme every night. I don't know what the context of that is. But yeah i think it's good okay. Tell me why. I think it's good to point out facts and i think it's good to point out and you can do it with emotion otherwise you're reading a newspaper and i think that there are people who tune into me because it's me and they wanna hear it's you. It's you doing this. It's it's me but it's it's not like i'm sitting at the celica giving some misinformation ryan cable. I know my role on the cable news. Host and every day in cable news is like a nice light. Right you've got sort of breakthrough. I'm not yeah. That's that's the thing it's like. I'm just making it from the anchorman thing but you have to. Sometimes you have to break through. That doesn't mean that. I have to be bombastic. But i think people want to hear from the host that they've invested in and it's okay if i if it's me pointing out the obvious when it is so ridiculous but do you think that cable needs to bring on more reporters again rather than analysts and commentators That's good for the american information diet. Which i think has gotten really bad information. Yes i do. I do think that we should bring more reporters. More experts. More fact checkers. Yes yes yes. But i also i do think you have to realize that. There's a place for it. Primetime cable news is different than decide. Cable news or even early prime even seven o'clock ten o'clock at night is even different than anderson. Eight or even chris at nine at ten o'clock way more leeway so Do you have to understand your audience and the time of day. So i figure when i'm on yes. People want the news. But they i think people want the news in a different way. They've already absorbed but the point of the with a point of view. They've already seen lester. They've already seen nora an erin and what happened so they want to sit down and they want well. What is this the bow. Don what is this about. How do you feel about that through your lens. Yes you get it. You're smart thank you thank you. I am so the purpose of primetime cable news of your show. The one with someone called therapy for trumpeters for example people. Call it what you see it as and what do you see going forward. I do see this therapy. For trump haters. But i also again the difference between me and i think other people is that i tell the truth but i do it through emotion and i you know have a bit more animated. I think rachel is more righteous. Rachel maddow who's also an intellectual and like had. She has way more brain cells than i ever had in my life. She's lost more than i've ever had I think that she's more therapy for trump haters because of how she gets into just because she's just smarter than me but i think for me it's just people who are watching on. Yeah yeah that's right someone who actually says it like it is says it like it is sounds like someone we now donald trump. Yeah but the real thing that i think people don't get cara is that what i'm saying is if i don't say who else will all right so speaking of objective coverage i want back to that the bromance with chris cuomo. He's gotten a lot of heat lately. How he recused himself. Uncovering the brothers scandals. I don't think he could do anything else. Actually But he was on the show. A lot the governor's on the show a lot When he was in the limelight around kovin Cnn is back chris on this. How do you look at this and any predictions. What happens to andrew cuomo. Who so so the first part. How do i look at this I look at it is i. It would be tough for anybody for especially if it's your brother right if it's a loved one to to see them going through something like this regardless of what it is Crisis told me how he felt about it. that it's tough for him That he's sure his brother is how does that. He may not have done everything right but he doesn't necessarily deserve what is going through. And that is a lot if not most of it is politically driven motivated But chris is the governor's brother he's not the governor and so i care about chris on a personal level. I don't really know andrew. I think. I've met andrew twice. Maybe so do. How do i look at it. I have to cover it. It was not uncomfortable to cover it. Because i know deep down. Chris has been a journalist for almost as long as i have. And he realizes that we have to do it I wonder how he feels about it with us having to cover. But it doesn't make me uncomfortable. Does that make sense. Yes they tell you back. Chris and his decision not to cover andrew although he covered him before and brought them. I do center. I do listen. I think in the moment you know. I think this is just me imagining. You probably thought that. I can get information from my brother that no one else could. But i'm not. There was a policy that he would not cover his brother so it was a government and i thought that was. I thought that was a good policy before. I think before kobe. He didn't cover his brother. Right and i don't know what changed during kobe policy. Okay so that's how i feel about that. Now it was andrew cuomo. I actually think that he can survive. Because i think they're quite honestly there. If you look at the polling there are more people out there who support him then. Who don't support him. It's almost trumpian. It's almost trumpian. And i also think in this day and age. People are concerned about accusations. That can just ruin people accusations. I think people just let it play out and see what happens. I think that his term is almost by the that this would wind. Its way through the courts if it ever made it to the courts. I haven't seen anything yet. That would make it to the record. These and been really his him in charge of anything. Right after this court. I think you'll brazen it out now. Do i think he should run again. No do i think he could run again and win. I do keira yup. That amazing now at no. It's not no not after because people can brazen and shameless things out. You can do and if you if you listen to people. People say it's just like the trump people they'll say one thing and a green room and then once you get him on. Tv they say a completely different thing. It's the same thing you're right with andrew cuomo they say one thing on television or one thing publicly or with a group of people and then when you're with them one on one they'll say look the guy is. I don't see where he did anything that was that bad. Yeah i wanna talk about the future of the network and cable in general. Because i've had jason cuyler On the head of warner so your boss's boss and he talked about making making is my boss. I'm sorry he is very handsome by the way he's very similar weird weird man about another very handsome man. I said who is this is our new bossom. Okay i'm gonna trouble it is gonna move you out of a jam further all right there. there their number threats that business. He and i talked about it a lot. Declining ratings changing of the guard diversity challenges so now that trump's the white house cable news viewership all over has been down. Fox's particularly primetime viewership thirty two percent from the last quarter. Cnn has done better still lost sixteen percent of time viewers. so are you worried about trump. Said i'm good for cable and so cable people around cable are you worried about the viewership fizzle. So.
Russia's Navalny on Hunger Strike to Protest Prison Treatment
"Arrests outside the prison where opposition leader Alexei Navalny is on hunger strike to protest a lack of medical attention. NPR's Lucian Kim. Reports from Moscow, a correspondent for CNN, as well as other journalists were briefly detained. Supporters of Alexei Navalny trek to the penal colony about 60 miles east of Moscow, demanding independent doctors be allowed to examine him. Navalny declared a hunger strike last week, saying he was being denied medical care for back pain and the loss of sensation in his legs. On Monday, Navalny's allies said on social media, he had a temperature and bad cough. That three other prisoners were being treated for tuberculosis. Navalny was imprisoned on an old conviction after returning from Germany, where he'd been recovering from a poisoning he blames on President Vladimir Putin. Putin spokesman says Navalny is receiving all necessary medical attention Lucian Kim. NPR
COVID-19 Variants Wreak Havoc in the US
"Massachusetts has more cases of the Brazil Corona virus variant than any other state in the country. The CBC reporting 58 cases of the P one variant. Florida has the second most number of cases 55. The majority of cases reportedly are linked to an outbreak on the Cape 50 cases in Barnstable County. Oh, mon experts, meantime, say they're concerned about what is being called a double mutant covert variant. This is a new very that was first detected in India. Now CNN in Northern California has to 13 mutations one which is on the spiky protein of the virus latches onto so that is concerning that's ABC is Dr John Brown,
Sanders says 'a lot more work has to be done' on 'human infrastructure'
"Senator Bernie Sanders says now is the time to invest in the human infrastructure of America in a working class family. Can't find good quality, affordable child care. That's human infrastructure on CNN's state of the union, the Vermont Independent, said the U. S must invest in low and middle income families. After dealing with the challenges caused by the pandemic, he says. It's time to show these families that the government here's their needs and is looking after them. He went on to say President Biden's infrastructure proposal is serious, but noted that even if passed, more work will still have to be done.
GOP governor: Infrastructure proposal looks more like the Green New Deal
"Biden will push through his $2 trillion infrastructure plan without Republican support. If you can't get a bipartisan deal, that's the message from energy Secretary Jennifer Grand Home the need to make sure That we have an electrified transportation system to reduce climate change is highly supported and very necessary. Republicans say they oppose several aspects of the plan, including a corporate tax rate hike to pay for it. Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves $155 billion to subsidize electric vehicles. That is a political statement. It's not a a statement on trying to improve our infrastructure in America. And so it looks more like the green new deal than it looks like An infrastructure plan. Both spoke on CNN.
"cnn" Discussed on CNN 5 Things
"Good morning here. Are the five things you need to know for. Friday april. Second matt gaetz. The florida republican being investigated by the justice department over sex trafficking allegations in reputation in congress about his relationships with women and bragging about his sexual escapades to his colleagues multiple sources. Tell c. n. n. gates allegedly showed off photos and videos of nude women key had slept with two other. Lawmakers gates was elected to congress in two thousand sixteen and has been at the center of a number of controversies during his four plus years in washington former. Minneapolis police officer. Derek chauvin defended restraining. George floyd and a phone call with his supervisor and a call shortly after kneeling on floyd for over nine minutes. Chauvin told his supervisor that floyd was quote going crazy and wouldn't get into the back of the squad. Part of the conversation was captured on body. Camera footage just played in court thursday according to the testimony. It wasn't until that night. The chauvin told a supervisor that he had built on. Floyd's neck an investigation. By cnn is raising questions for the ethiopian army footage that appears to show a group of ethiopian soldiers committing a massacre in the northern tigray region of the country was analyzed by cnn and corroborated by amnesty international. The mass killing is one of several to have been reported over. The course of ethiopia's five-month-old conflict during which thousands of civilians are thought to have been raped killed and abused at least forty eight. People.
Gaetz showed lawmakers nude photos of women he claimed to have slept with
"About the federal investigation into Florida Republican Congressman Matt Gates. The New York Times reporting The probe is focusing on Gates and indicted politician Joel Greenberg over their involvement with multiple women and if they were recruited for sex and received cash, the Times reports, investigators believe Greenberg met the women first on websites in which they're paid to go on dates. In exchange for gifts, and then Gates was introduced and had sex with him. The probe was also examining Gates had sex with a 17 year old girl. And if she received anything in exchange is well, A gates denies ever paying a woman for sex. CNN reports. Gates showed other members of Congress photos and videos of nude women He had sex with. And that he shared the images while on the House floor. Gates says not responded to CNN's reporting that he showed the images and videos to other lawmakers.
DOJ Probe Into Rep. Gaetz Involves Cash Payments To Women
"About the federal the federal investigation investigation into into Florida Florida Republican Republican Congressman Congressman Matt Gates. Matt Gates. The New York The Times New York Times reporting reporting The probe The probe is focusing is focusing on Gates on Gates and indicted and indicted politician politician Joel Joel Greenberg Greenberg over over their involvement their involvement with multiple with multiple women women and and if they if were they recruited were recruited for sex for sex and received and received cash, cash, the Times the Times reports, reports, investigators investigators believe believe Greenberg Greenberg met the met women the women first first on websites on websites in which in which they're paid they're paid to go on to go dates. on dates. In exchange In exchange for for gifts, gifts, and then and Gates then Gates was was introduced introduced and and had sex had sex with him. with him. The probe The probe was also was also examining examining Gates Gates had sex had sex with a 17 with a 17 year old year girl. old girl. And And if she if received she received anything anything in exchange in exchange is well, is well, A gates A gates denies denies ever ever paying paying a woman a woman for sex. for sex. CNN CNN reports. reports. Gates Gates showed showed other members other members of Congress of Congress photos photos and videos and videos of of nude nude women women He had He sex had sex with. with. And that And he shared that he shared the images the images while while on the House on the House floor. floor. Gates Gates says says not responded not responded to CNN's to CNN's reporting reporting that he showed that he showed the images the images and videos and videos to other to lawmakers. other lawmakers. House
DOJ Probe Into Rep. Gaetz Involves Cash Payments To Women
"The federal investigation into Florida Republican Congressman Matt Gates. The New York Times reporting The probe is focusing on Gates and indicted politician Joel Greenberg over their involvement with multiple women and if they were recruited for sex and received cash, the Times reports, investigators believe Greenberg met the women first on websites in which they're paid to go on dates. In exchange for gifts, and then Gates was introduced and had sex with him. The probe was also examining Gates had sex with a 17 year old girl. And if she received anything in exchange is well, A gates denies ever paying a woman for sex. CNN reports. Gates showed other members of Congress photos and videos of nude women He had sex with. And that he shared the images while on the House floor. Gates says not responded to CNN's reporting that he showed the images and videos to other lawmakers. House committee being warned that voting restrictions being proposed in many states could disproportionately affect people of color. The BTO Pease Mitchell Miller's more on Capitol Hill House subcommittee has heard from Marcie a. Johnson Blanco with the voting rights project who says after a surgeon turn out in the last election, Sam Backlash states and many of these bills Can you to this proportion of the impact voters of color? Critics say those Republican proposals suppressed the rights of voters, while supporters say they're aimed at preventing fraud. Washington State's Republican Secretary of state Kim Wyman cautions against Democrats legislation that calls for sweeping federal changes as you move forward. I encourage you not to constrain state's authority to conduct elections in a narrow, limiting manner rather empowered them to improve election administration on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T o P New 11 43. University of Maryland
Matt Gaetz Shared Sex Partners' Nude Photos on House Floor
"Congressman Matt Gates reportedly showed other members of Congress photos and videos of nude women. He said he'd had sex with CNN reports that happened on the House floor. 38 year old Donald Trump supporter is now being investigated by the Justice Department on Sex trafficking allegations. Federal investigators are examining whether Gates engaged in a relationship with a woman that began when she was 17 and whether his involvement with other young women broke federal sex trafficking and prostitution laws. Gates has denied those allegations.
Post-COVID Changes of AI Priorities in FinServ with Mark Gazit
"We're gonna roll in talking about the current impact of the corona virus on technology priorities. I'm joined by mark with satirist mark. How houria good good gregg. Yes indeed. I i know you and i are speaking under circumstances that i don't even know if we could have anticipated when i i reach out to you however many months ago. I don't think we could have possibly imagined we'd be We'd be here. But now that we have again. I wanted to get your insight. Take you guys are working with some pretty large financial institutions. And you're probably seeing some shakeup around. What technologies are becoming more important. What are becoming less important. How are you seeing priorities. Shift when it comes to to kind of technology and financial services from your vantage point. Oh definitely i have to say that within the cnn parked on the opposite of the right and nobody could propel themselves through the concentration. Yeah and you know it's tragedy. The world is changing. Some people might say the world is collapsing where to there is a lighten dental the thailand. The sun will shine after to say when we look at the financial institutions electric that they face pretty pretty severe soft fair impact for example something that we predicted before but i think covid nineteen really enhance which is a multiple nixon's from rome and a convergence between cyber security and financial crime. We call it financial cybercrimes. He's you know we all know that the world is changed people today. Try to break. The bank to go to a branch of a bank can shoot up in the clinic more money. They just needed throwing the
New York City Could Realistically See An End To Pandemic Conditions by June, According To Infectious Disease Advisor
"Married obliges. Top infectious disease advisor says New York City couldn't realistically CNN to pandemic conditions by June, Dr J Farmer explains. This is dependent on proper vaccinations and prevention techniques such as social distancing, hand washing and mask usage. We can be completely out of this, Um, you know, within another 68 weeks of very aggressive vaccinations, but we do run a risk of having a resurgence if we relax some of those measures.
GOP governors ignore Biden's latest plea on mask mandates
"Some states are dropping their mask mandates despite a direct plea from president biden to renew the orders. Mississippi governor tate reeves tweeted quote. No thank you. Mr president in response to mr biden's request citing declining case numbers in his state. Arkansas governor asa hutchinson is leading. The state's mask mandate expired today. Although masks will still be required in some venues
Fire destroys Los Angeles County LGBTQ pride lifeguard tower
"Some kind of distressing news out of Southern California. But with a rebo ending, Um, the LGBT Q Pride, Lifeguard Tower, Uh, down on Long beach was, uh Burnt to the ground. This'll reporting from Rachel Trend of CNN. City of Long Beach, California is working to rebuild a symbol of LGBTQ inclusion after it was destroyed in a fire that officials believe was an act of hate. This happened overnight on Tuesday, March 23rd. Long Beach Fire Department says the city's pride lifeguard tower was fully engulfed in flames early Tuesday morning. The tower had been a symbol of strong support for the diversity within the ranks of the Long Beach Fire Department and the community since it was painted During Pride Month in 2020 by the Marine safety division of the Long Beach Fire Department, who run the lifeguards. Jeremy Rocha, lifeguard who helped paint the tower told CNN affiliates, KCBS quote. I was pretty emotional with what happened. I just couldn't really fathom the fact that it had burned. Lifeguard tire was painted in the rainbow colors on Don't worry that in 70 so over the years go Well, the department says the cause of fires under investigation Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia has little doubt this was an act of hate. And gosh, she is one of several city leaders that believe the fire was intentional. Councilwoman Cindy Allen wrote on Facebook quote. These towers are made from fiberglass and have no power or gay or gas capabilities. We haven't had a lifeguard station burned down since at least the 19
Trump White House COVID-19 coordinator Deborah Birx says most deaths could have been avoided
"Former White House Carnivorous Response coordinator Dr Deborah Berke says most of the more than 500,000 US covert deaths were avoidable. In a new documentary Out on CNN Sunday, Burke said that while the first wave of deaths was likely The country could have avoided the death toll of future waves if people had implemented more social distancing and shutdown
Lawrence Chaney: Ru Paul's Drag Race UK
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"Welcome to our show for Thursday, November 5th votes are still being counted from the 2020 US presidential election the Face-Off between Republican incumbent President Donald Trump and Democratic Presidential nominee, Joe Biden, let several states too close to call and as of Wednesday evening, neither candidate had clinched that magic number of 270 electoral votes to be declared the winner when we bought this show CNN had not projected a winner for Six States, Alaska, Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, North Carolina and Pennsylvania without those predictions. It appeared that Democratic Challenger Biden had clinched 254 electoral votes while Republican incumbent Trump had clinched 213 electoral votes, but these numbers were subject to change as vote-counting continued and Thursday. It's came in as far as the make up of the next Congress goes analysts said Democrats were likely to remain in control of the House of Representatives. Well, it looked like Republicans would remain in control of the Senate off. But again that information is not final there were still a number of significant calls to be made part of the reason for the delay is the coronavirus pandemic one of the major issues of the election out of concerns about crowded polling places on Election Day many people chose to vote early or mail in their ballots researchers estimated that more than one hundred million Americans voted early this year contrast them with the $46 million who voted early in 2016 the Trump campaign announced yesterday that it was launching legal challenges to vote counts in Georgia, Michigan and Pennsylvania as well as requesting a recount in Wisconsin. These were strongly contested Battleground States this year so that can delay final results as well modern elections have seen real-time projections of the winners. Sometimes within hours of, New Jersey. And wide polls closing but the US Constitution does not say that Winners must be declared on Election night throughout the 18000s. It would take days and sometimes weeks for a winner to be announced but people in the United States and abroad want to know what to expect politically come twenty Twenty-One and you can get the latest results updated day and night at cnn.com off. You know, Jim second. Trivia. What is 16 psychic? Is it a grunge band a game show a pavlovian theory for an asteroid? It's a bird. It's a plane. It's an asteroid that was discovered in 1852 and named for a figure in Greek mythology. 10000 quadrillion dollars now that I have your attention we're talking about the possible estimated hypothetical value of an asteroid. But Coral you may be thinking it's a rod but you're right a rock named asteroid 16 psyche that's about the length of Massachusetts scientists have been studying it through pictures gathered by the Hubble Space Telescope and they published new findings in the planet earth science journal. They don't know exactly what it's made of but they think that asteroid 16 psyche could be iron and nickel if it is they say a piece of iron that big would be worth more than all the economy's on Earth combined. Okay. So let's go get it will not so fast time solo. The asteroid is three times farther from the Sun than we are NASA hopes to age to prove there in 2022 researchers. Hope it gathers some secrets of the universe off..
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"On, Tuesday the city of Beirut and Lebanon, was rocked by a massive explosion. It was so powerful. It registered as an earthquake and was felt over one hundred, fifty miles away on Chris James Filling in for Carlo Zoos, and I want to get you up to speed on what's happening in Beirut the initial explosion looked like a mushroom cloud going up into the air the state news agency originally said, it was a fireworks warehouse, but it was later announced that the explosion took place at a warehouse holding confiscated ammonium nitrate and incredibly combustible material. It's been reported that was holding over. Twenty seven, hundred tons of it. The Beirut blast caused staggering and tragic destruction killing over one hundred with thousands more injured the explosion leapt devastatation stretching for miles Beirut's governor announced that over three hundred, thousand residents can't sleep in their own homes countries from all over the world have offered help and services. This is all coming on the heels of a country still grappling with the cove nineteen pandemic and it's health resources were already stretched thin. The Lebanese Prime Minister announced that Wednesday would be a day of mourning for the country. We're sending our love and thoughts to the people of Lebanon. With this enormous tragedy. If you're watching US right now that means you have a working Internet plan or at the very least you're using your phones data for students in other countries that's not always the case take Bolivia. For example, the South American country has many parts of it that are still quite rural and often lack internet connections. In fact, most students don't have access to online learning and now with corona virus cases rising the country has decided to outright canceled school for the whole year. But where does that leave the students CNN's Patrick on investigates? Riding from town to town in rural Bolivia, one teacher tried to keep his students from falling behind fifteen minutes or no. Fence case his students were at a rare advantage as most rural areas were unable to continue classes. One schools closed during the pandemic. Now, the gap and access will affect students across the country as education ends for the rest of the year close. School year is canceled because the vast majority of rural areas do not have Internet. The children do not have Internet. Fiber optic system unfortunately only reaches the city. Usually in school from February to November some two million students Bolivia now can't attend class in person or online officials say they were left with no other choice reopening schools presented the health risk as Bolivia's new daily coronavirus cases continues to climb but virtual learning would leave tens of thousands behind most equal. If not a good outlook but we understand that we're making changes in the immediate future to lead the next government with the base for educational transformation hardly UNICEF reports and leave forty percent of Bolivia's students are able to take classes online as the pandemic adds pressure to increase Internet and computer access around the highland nation. But as other countries find creative solutions, some residents feel Bolivia is giving up too easily. Of the children haven't learned anything and it's terrible for the teachers to work virtually. But the cancellation is worse because it's a total loss for the students I. Don't think it's right. As the coronavirus pandemic deepens across Latin America so too does impact a learning as Bolivia's students facing near future without Education Patrick? CNN. Time for ten second Trivia, who was the first west President to serve in the Navy John F. Kennedy Ronald Reagan Harry Truman Gerald Ford? JFK. First of an eventual sixth president to serve in the US Navy. JFK started his naval career all the way back in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty one he was one of many young men that were being shipped away to fight in World War. Two across Europe and Pacific meanwhile, women were taking up the war effort back at home. When we think back to this time, it's easy to just assume all women were like the iconic image of Rosie, the riveter working hard to make supplies machinery but there's a whole group of women that had to stay silent about their actual roles for so long one of these women is ninety nine year olds judy. Parsons and she was a code breaker. We were told Ruby hung if the gallows they really laid it on thick that we're not to talk and no retold my husband told anybody. My name is Judy Partisans and I would world war two as.
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"Well it's springtime we're still producing our show. You're still finding ways to watch. It and Fridays are still awesome. So at least this pandemic hasn't changed everything. I'm coral is for CNN. Ten some American intelligence officials say it may never be known exactly where covert nineteen came from. Scientists originally believed it started spreading from seafood and animal market and Wuhan. But we told you last week how researchers didn't all agree with that explanation and now US government. Investigators say they're looking at several theories for how the virus got into people and started spreading including the possibility that it came from a Chinese Research Laboratory. Wuhan American intelligence officials are examining whether some kind of accident led dacoven nineteen getting out of the lab and into the public. They say they don't think it was developed as a biological weapon they also say it's too early to draw any conclusions and the Chinese government has denied that lab research led to the corona virus pandemic but the search for answers continues as the disease continues to spread us. President Donald Trump says America is passed the peak on new corona virus cases. So he's looking at ways to reopen certain parts of the country but some health experts say more testing is still needed before that should happen and the governor of New York state with the most cases says businesses and schools there. We'll stay shutdown until at least may fifteenth. We know that for you. Students watching our show. This is not how you pictured the school year panning out especially you graduating seniors. So here's a look at some of the challenges that American teenagers are facing. And how they're overcoming them as a freshman they kind of tell you like. Oh you know everything can build up to. Senior year and kind of everything is going down the drain now. Me and my team really like motivation. Terminates going Timpson next year? I'll be like very like trump down by happens alive. Miss macy's my mental health has affected so much of my senior year and then for corona virus take like the remainder of that is definitely something that has been hard.
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"Starts OF CNN? Ten World News explaining look actively in ten minutes. Money is coral Zeus. How long is the question? Being asked by workers students politicians and business leaders around the world with so many places shutdown according to Johns Hopkins University. There were more than six hundred eighty four thousand cases of corona virus worldwide when we produced this show. Most who have the disease are expected to recover more than thirty. Two thousand people have died from so far. The United States now has the most cases of any country with roughly one hundred twenty five thousand people who've caught the disease more than two thirds of America's population has been told to stay home to prevent Cova. One thousand nine hundred spreading. The cases are not spread evenly across America though more than forty percent of them are in New York by far the hardest hit state. That's why on Saturday the. Us Centers for Disease Control told people in New York and in two neighboring States Connecticut New Jersey not to travel to other states but there are places like the dakotas Montana Nebraska and West Virginia that reported fewer than two hundred cases. Each so in American health official says the trump administration is trying to find a balance between keeping the country shutdown and reopening entirely. This could mean that some schools and businesses where there aren't a lot of corona virus cases may reopen in the weeks ahead. Of course New York is not part of that the US government has given the green light for four new emergency hospitals to be built there. It's also working to get more ventilators machines that help hospital patients breathe. Built and distributed companies. Like new ballots are working to make more facial masks. Delta Airlines is giving free flights to medical workers heading for Corona virus stricken areas some small businesses. The ones you'll find on main street are coming up with creative ideas to serve customers while they wait for financial help from a two trillion dollar stimulus bill that President Donald Trump signed on Friday behind the forced closure of each door on one. Short Block of stores is a story about the small businesses. That employ half of America's private workforce. I mean when you put everything in to walk in something grow and then it stopped. Suddenly I was sitting on the floor just sobbing. Jensen Alex her own fitness center. Studio Metamorphosis scrounge every single dollar. Every penny to open. And we did it. Are we going to start by with MC GONNA wake up the next morning and have zero income like? How does that work you know? Small businesses like studio metamorphosis are due to receive close to the four hundred billion earmarked in the two trillion. Dollar government stimulus. Plan nine but business owners wait for that Financial Relief John. They're trying to stay connected to customers. Yates holding free virtual workout classes. Making no money second trivia the flag of Cambodia is the only one in the world with what Beecher dragon famous building were religious symbol Volkswagen. Only one with a specific building an ancient temple Angkor Watt. It's also one of the nation's served by a man who became a CNN hero back in twenty seventeen and these among those heroes who were in the spotlight again because they're expanding the work they do to help treat or prevent corona virus. We've reported on the heroic efforts of healthcare workers in grocery store workers today. Here's a look at some former CNN. Heroes who are in the fight as Cova nineteen continues to spread so did the efforts of people who bring us hope and inspiration. These heroes are on the front lines of the pandemic bringing medical care and supplies to those need. Cloudy manager stuff. Rob Gore is the founder of Kavi a nonprofit that focuses on violence prevention but in his day job. He's an Er doctor Brooklyn New York Hospital. He's at the epicenter of the fight against the virus in the US putting his life on the line daily to save others worked in disaster zones. In the past. I worked at post earthquake. Haiti at work and South America worked in East Africa. And this feels like a culmination of all of them not in the sense that she see widespread tragedy but the issues regarding resources access to care issues regarding just fear I have never been a part of a pandemic. I noticed a series of tents in front of the different hospitals and any kind of disaster situation. You have to think about where patients are GonNa go to think about. Overflow would also going to ensure that those and factions. Don't get spread within a hospital setting right now. I'm not staying at home. My wife is at home. I do recognize that. I'm around six people a lot but I don't want to bring anything home so we actually staying at Airbnb not too far from where I live. If you are a healthcare professional or working at a place that's essential for survivability of people in your city in your town stay home use these times while we're self quarantining to reflect and find out what it is. It was important to you. Jim withers brings medical care to people experiencing homelessness in Pittsburgh Safety Net. Anybody home more than half a million Americans are living on the streets and have nowhere safe to shelter during this crisis centers. The guy that was knocker withers and his team have quickly mobilized. Leaving the city's efforts to try to make sure this vulnerable community is being served. We're very concerned about the people that we have out here on the streets that they may be at higher risk some ways for the Govan infection. It's coming so we made a concerted effort right now to develop new policies and procedures to be able to screen people for the Cobra virus. So we're still figuring this out as we go do testing kits her also giving us so in. We also have tense canvas sleeping bags. Should we eat you put someone in? Isolation transmits other. I think it's really important in these times to remember that we're all in this together. These are our brothers and sisters out here opened the lessons that we learn here being together and taking care of each other will last far beyond this covert epidemic hen washing has now become a critical prevention tool all very good very good. But Samir Lakhani has known for years. How lifesaving this simple task can be. He's dedicated his life to providing recycled also to rural communities across the world. Help battle this pandemic. He's trying to make sure soap gets into as many hands as possible. All of a sudden we have woken up to a new reality for everyone is talking about handwashing with so in some parts of the world only one percent of households have access to soap for handwashing in the last two and a half months we have provided over three hundred and seventy five thousand bars of soap to people and affected countries and also we are on track. Should this virus still persist to reach two point? Five million people by the end of this year all of a sudden ice. Feel a certain sense of closeness to the people in my community but also to people around the world it is as if the color of our skin and our boundaries has just dissipated dissolved in front of our eyes the disappearing boundaries inspiring acts of selflessness and unwavering courage from everyday heroes. Reminding us all that. We're not in this alone..
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"Welcome CNN ten. encore zoos introducing part two of our series on facebook. The highly successful and controversial controversial company is celebrating. Its Fifteenth Birthday and on the heels of yesterday's report that focused on its founder. Today's special examines the decisions. That were made. That grew the company into what it is today and contributed to some of the challenges faced the social media application. Didn't always look. We know it today. It used to be more static if you wanted to see he would. Someone was up to you. Had to click on his or her profile now. Of course information is fed to you but what's become a defining part of the product has had a bumpy road breaking in developing news stories. Or just a click away at CNN dot com meantime for us. Laurie Segal takes us back inside a social media behemoth. It was Lee's June two thousand six. Yahu offered a billion dollars to buy facebook at the time. It seemed almost incomprehensible. Most of the management team. Really we thought that we should sell. I remember one late night conversation with one of my closest advisers where he sat me down. It was probably eleven o'clock and he said Mark. If you don't sell the company you were going to regret this decision for the rest of your life and it was just really intense. You think when he said when Dustin. I made the decision to not sell the company within eighteen months every single person on the management team left. Did you ever question yourself that. You're making the right decision. Because I was I was twenty two. I didn't I didn't have an exact plan of what was going to happen. It was incredibly scary crazy. Arrogant confident it's all of those things and that is the curse of. The autocrat is smiled cocktail of vision. Willpower a little bit of arrogance a little bit of confidence and saying Oh thank you but I believe something else an arrogance or perhaps Hubris that many have said let facebook into some of the serious troubles. It's facing now but then it was the vision. For what would come next. That played out three months later. September two thousand six the birth of news feed people it was simply go to somebody's profiled and they will go to the next person profile and the next person's profile and facebook like a Ha. We need to actually bring this all together and just show you. What's going on with your friends ends especially those friends that are most important to you and that was of course? The Dawn of the now famous algorithm newsfeed would completely overhaul the site giving a real time. Feed of your friends ends in your family here. I'm gearing up for this fantastic launch. An all the engineers are so excited facebook's former PR director remembers how everything thing changed in a minute. We saw these this group that became a million people protesting against newsfeed using newsfeed. Backlash was extreme. The phone started ringing off the hook thousands of emails of people. Saying what have you done any new down. What have you done to my facebook? I think they were sort of law to buy facebook taking activity and publishing. It was one of these first. Privacy Scares facebook But newsfeed survived and thrived ultimately became the thing that is a core facebook. The news feed and it's not one of the course facebook but miss the core of every social media application used. It was facebook's first hand to privacy issues down the line the stakes only got higher as the platform connected the world. Aw Welcome to December two thousand seven also known as that time. facebook ruined Christmas. There was a guy who bought a diamond ring for his wife and all of his friends. It flashed up on their screening. His first wife Christmas ruined. He said it was facebook's first big privacy MRI scandal thousands work outrage. It were really ticked off ticked off by FACEBOOK's first real attempt at making money it was an ad product called all beacons. Facebook user can log into e commerce sites using your facebook identification. And then when you buy something all your friends are going to find out about it and facebook goes like. This is such a cool innovative way to get involved in commerce and not be doing boring old advertising to say they got it. Wrong wasn't understatement this soon after the news feed outrage but like many beds soccer Berg made that paid off. This was different story of facebook. Beacon is the time we're facebook looking got really Brookland. It was a privacy and PR disaster. It took the company a month to react facebook yesterday. They apologized and said that. Now you can entirely opt out of this program but the loss of trust was damaging. It was officially time to bring in the operator that many any beliefs Dunkelberg needed to help run facebook. That person was Sheryl Sandberg at the time. You're thirty years old. You're managing being four thousand employees at Google leaving for a company that barely had any revenue. And you felt like this was the opportunity. I felt like this was a great opportunity. A lot of people said to me. What are you doing? FACEBOOK was really small. It doesn't seem to be growing that quickly and I told them I'm going to work with and for someone I really believe in who I think is trying to do something really important. Those early years was Cheryl at the helm would lead to tremendous growth. As would facebook's next move it would eventually be called platform. It was the first time that facebook was opening the site. Eight to allow outside technology companies and or certain cases individual developers to build something that would work with the site it would prove to be one of the most important moves. The company may down the line would lead to fundamental questions and concerns about how the company handled handled user data giving third party developers the ability to create their own applications by accessing facebook user data. facebook platform is why you can follow your friends playlists. It's y you can see your friend's birthdays on your calendar and remember. I think the early form of platform was sharing more more data. Architects were focused on the good as it went live in two thousand seven. It was a moneymaker at at the moment it went live and would lead to tremendous innovation and growth but years later it would become the root of one of the company's biggest scandal. And so there's always a catch twenty two whenever you're giving voice to people who didn't have a voice before they soon discovered policing content was complicated an issue that would only grow as was facebook group and moving into two thousand. Twelve Zuckerberg was close to a billion users and gearing up for the company's massively anticipated dissipated. IPO questions are coming out. Is facebook really living up to the heights but there was a problem. smartphones were on the rise and facebook wasn't a mobile first APP. It was easier to access it from a computer so Zuckerberg did something atypical. He bought a company during what was known as the quiet period. Why the need need to go on a buying spree? It was really connected to this whole transition to mobile phones being the main way that we use technology. INSTAGRAM was one of the most download L.. Not Applications on the IPHONE Zuckerberg went out and just put like a humongous money about a money on the table and bought instagram. And everyone said you're crazy. What are you doing here and I actually told turns out to be a billion dollars? They gotTA keep. I think there are a lot of people that doubted whether or not this was really a good acquisition. And if you look back now it makes so much sense. It was an investment in facebook's mobile strategy and it helped the company bolster its portfolio. Go ahead of the IPO. This book is set to go public this week in what could be the biggest. IPO In history going public is an important milestone with the world watching everything that could go wrong went wrong stock that maybe the bad week to go public facebook face the beginning of the wildest period the stock tanked and continued to for a hundred and nine days and it was the definition of roller coaster in in every way and during all of this the one person we didn't hear from Mark Zuckerberg echoed a tiny little bit when mark and Sheryl were are quiet for a three plus days after the Cambridge analytica crisis. I think mark at the time just very firmly believed that we're going to focus on building holding our stuff instead of talking about stuff until Zuckerberg spoke for the first time at this point. It was a highly anticipated interview. Welcome into tech-rich disrupt and thanks for coming next having me this is defining moment. Your Ice Skater stepping on for the state. And you know you gotTa Nail It. Performance of the stock has obviously been EH disappointing. We already see mobile. Users are more likely to be. I'm daily active users of facebook fed. We're going to be focused on mobile and anyone one who doesn't bring to my office. Mocks prototypes that are based on mobile rather than desktop will be kicked out. We have almost five hundred million mobile tasers. They made the shift and it would pay off. Eventually the stock price went up Zuckerberg's bet on instagram also paid off in a big way.
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"It was used for CNN ten you know what fridays are awesome that may not be breaking news exactly but in the EU is an economic and political partnership of twenty eight countries it's existed since nineteen ninety-three and no country has ever left the e. u. since it was from the EU in what's called a no deal brexit but without an agreement in place that could create some temporary instability for both britain and the european union the governor up theresa may britain's previous prime minister was able to reach a deal with the european union on the terms of the brexit but britain's parliament which needs to approve the the deal i didn't it rejected that agreement and that eventually led to prime minister may's resignation now prime minister boris johnson has struck a new deal with the european union but will parliament vote to approve that we'll see this weekend if britain's parliament rejects this new agreement it could lead to ordeal brexit or the deadline could be extended once again for britain and the european union to reach another deal that's happened several times this year.
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"It. With question words mooring today on CNN ten he's China's government holding masses of Chinese Muslims in concentration camps. That's what a US defense official recently announced at a new the weaker are mostly Muslim ethnic group and millions of them live in China, historically, they have not had a great relationship with the Chinese government and in recent years. The Chinese government has detained large numbers of the US says many as three million of them in massive camps Wiegert who've been released from these camps say they're like prisons aimed at getting rid of weaker, culture and religion and instilling it with propaganda from China's communist government that government has repeatedly denied holding large amounts of Wieger citizens. China says it has set up what it calls training centers that are necessary to prevent terrorism and Chinese government run newspaper says the nation's she Jong region where many Wheaties live has been quote, shielded from the fl. Flow of international terrorism like the attack that occurred recently in Sri Lanka. Chinese government officials suggested that the US abandoned bias in quote, stop interfering in China's domestic affairs, but an investigation by the guardian a British newspaper suggested that China has destroyed dozens of mosques since twenty sixteen and while China's government officially recognizes five religions, including Islam that government is also officially atheist, and according to the council on foreign relations, an American nonprofit research group, China's government exercises control over religion, Christian pastors, for example, have to undergo training to make sure their sermons are adapted to communist party guidelines reporting on the struggles of Wiegert has challenges all its own China doesn't have the same freedom of the press as America does. So American reporters there have found plenty of obstacles in their investigations. CNN Beijing bureau to spend a week reporting in the western Chinese province of Xinjiang, and it's not an easy place to do journalism. So we wanted to show you a little bit of what we went through. But I think more importantly tell you why that matters sheen Jong is the province where the US says China has detained up to two million people nearly all Muslims in camps over the last few years activists say Beijing has done that to try and eliminate Islam within its borders ex-detainees told CNN they were tortured inside while undergoing political indoctrination China denies that and says these camps aren't prisons, but voluntary vocational training centers that are being used to not eliminate Islam only Islam extremism. Now, China's government says that she Jong is wide open for us to freely report there, maybe in theory, but in reality that's just not true, for example, upon landing. There are welcome gift was a government tale. We've already been followed by three or four guys including one of them who I've seen follow us from the second. We got out of the baggage area that would be this, man. He and at least a dozen others. Followed us every single hour of our six day trip. Never more than twenty feet away in the car in the train station in the hotel in the room next to mine. Bit of ovulating to be in your hotel room one in the morning and knowing. The other side of this connecting door, which leads to the room next door lease where he four the guys who've been falling this round or past couple this it felt like intimidation tactics. They wanted us to know that we were being followed. And then of course, there were the uniformed cops that showed up at odd hours check on the visit. It's almost hammer. So I I know, but I was sleeping. Just seems necessary. Okay. Sorry. Okay. So this is what happens when you do journalism and change I've lived here for nearly four years. And I've watched things have gotten tougher and tougher for foreign journalists on all types of different story. She John is probably just the most extreme example, but beyond just being followed their worthy more obvious attempts to try and make sure that we saw nothing. They didn't want us to for example, a highway. We were on was closed for hours due to an accident. Nowhere to be seen. Not to mention spontaneous roadblocks that specifically target foreigners and ethnic minorities. Our ideas were checked nearly fifty times in six days and the second you book a flight or a train the government knows about it. And you can tell that because well government officials are waiting for you upon arrival. They clearly we were coming. They met us at the airport. They're checking our visas. They're telling us they want to accompany us for our own safety. But really this is just stalling tactics. They know it we know it, and yet this is the game we have to play China's ministry of foreign affairs say they don't know anything about the harassment we faced but said she Jong is quote open and hospitable. The constant tales the constant harassment the constant delays there more than just inconvenient. They are specific tactics. China's government has employed for a long time to prevent journalists from doing their jobs, but in the last few years, there is broad agreement in the foreign journalism community here that it's gotten worse. Nowhere more. So than she John. The end result is that it's nearly impossible to freely report on the hundreds of thousands of people that are likely languishing in camps right now. And that means that the rest of the world can't really see what's going on there. This is one of the biggest human rights stories on earth. And as we saw firsthand China is actively trying to cover it up. Second purview. 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