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"Correspondent Sarah Westwood is at the White House, eliminating overtime, slowing down some mail delivery times. Those are the kinds of changes that Democrats want to see the Postal Service reverse on the president suggested that he opposes additional funding for the Postal Service that it says it needs to make those changes. They're more than 5.3 million confirmed Cove in 19 cases in the U. S and the death toll has topped 168,000. Over 80 million people are under heat warnings this weekend. Meteorologist Allison Chinchar says most of them are in the western half of the country and Southwest places like Southern California and Arizona. You're talking triple digits, but places like Seattle like we're going to get into the low to mid nineties over the next couple of days, which is hard for them. I know that may not seem like that high Other areas, but it is for them. I'm an Cates and I'm Susanna Palmer In the Bloomberg News Room. New York reported 734 virus cases of 2/10 of 1% rise in line with the average daily increase of the previous seven days. Another five deaths were reported one more than the previous day, and the number of hospitalized covered 19 patients in New York drop slightly. 2 523 The positive test rate was below 1% for the eighth consecutive day in New York. The Trump Administration is denying a report that Debra Burkes, the coordinator of the White House's Corona virus task force, has been replaced this after criticism both from the president and from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. CNN reported in a tweet that Scott Atlas, previously a neuro radiologist at Stanford University. Would now be advising President Donald Trump on the virus outbreak. CNN cited a person close to the Corona virus Task Force, who wasn't identified. Taiwan formally signed an agreement to buy 66 of the latest model F 16 jets built by Lockheed Martin. That's a move likely to further inflame tensions between the U. S and China. Move is likely to be denounced by Beijing, even though the U. S first signaled it plans to approve the sale a year ago and an informal notification to Congress. And it could still be years before the Jets are delivered. When the cable technician makes a visit to your home these days, they make sure to wear masks. But all too often, homeowners don't more from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet. The tension over masks is playing out across the retail landscape is businesses reopen and Corona virus cases sore, But Nationwide cable field workers are a particularly large and vulnerable group, while major retail and restaurant chains like McDonald's and WalMart now require, but consumers wear masks and store cable companies have not mandated the customers cover up inside their homes. Charley PENALTY, Bloomberg Radio 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. I'm Susanna Palmer, This is Bloomberg..
Appointments of Homeland Security leaders Wolf and Cuccinelli are 'invalid,' report says - CNN
"Top leaders at the Homeland Security Department are not eligible to hold their jobs. The Government Accountability Office found the appointments of Chad Wolf, the acting homeland security secretary, and Ken Cuccinelli, the acting deputy secretary, did not follow federal law. Wolf's appointment came after the last Senate confirmed secretary left the job and this report found her replacement didn't follow the proper chain of succession. Democrats are now calling for both to step down. They accused the Trump Administration of intentionally circumventing Congress is roll and confirming the government's top officials.
Fresh update on "cnn" discussed on Bloomberg Opinion
"Through October 20 1st we'll include 320 classics like The Wizard of Oz Man Cates and I'm Susanna Palmer In the Bloomberg News Room. New York reported 734 virus cases of 2/10 of 1% rise in line with the average daily increase of the previous seven days. Another five deaths were reported one more than the previous day, and the number of hospitalized covered 19 patients in New York drop slightly to 523 The positive test rate was below 1% for the eighth consecutive day in New York. The Trump Administration is denying a report that Debra Burkes, the coordinator of the White House's Corona virus task force, has been replaced this after criticism both from the president and from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. CNN reported in a tweet that Scott Atlas, previously a neuro radiologist at Stanford University, would now be advising President Donald Trump on the virus outbreak. CNN cited a person close to the Corona virus Taskforce who wasn't identified. Taiwan formally signed an agreement to buy 66 of the latest model F 16 jets built by Lockheed Martin. That's a move likely to further inflame tensions between the U. S and China. Move is likely to be denounced by Beijing, even though the U. S first signaled it plans to approve the sale a year ago and an informal notification to Congress. And it could still be years before the Jets are delivered. When the cable technician makes a visit to your home these days, they make sure to wear masks. But all too often homeowners don't More from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet attention over masks is playing out across the retail landscape is businesses reopen and Corona virus cases sore, But nationwide,.
The Australian Wastewater Treatment Plant Powered By Leftover Beer
"When lockdown hit much of the world in March forcing bars and restaurants to close a lot of them were huge supplies of food and booze. They couldn't sell here New York City where bars are just put in big orders for Saint Patrick's Day. They released able to fulfil delivery and takeout orders for several weeks. Many bars added entire cases of beer at steep discount to their delivery menus. It was actually pretty awesome. But in Australia, they got even more creative in the state of South Australia local breweries sent millions of leaders of stale beer to the Glenn l wastewater treatment plants just west of Adelaide and that beer has been converted into renewable energy to power the plants quoting CNN the plant mixes organic industrial waste with sewage sludge to produce biogas, which is then turned into electricity to power. The whole facility usually generates enough bio-gas provide about eighty percent of its energy needs. But the recent influx of beer has boosted its energy generation to new levels reaching six hundred, fifty, four megawatt hours in a single month Lisa Hannigan manager of production treatment at Sa Water, said in a statement beer worked. Well for the plants digesters, hat said referring to the large sealed concrete tanks where sewage sludge is heated in an oxygen free environment and decomposed to produce methane rich bio gas. The booze is high calorific value. The amount of heat released during combustion makes perfect for anaerobic digestion process she added and quotes and add further said that the three hundred thousand, some odd cubic meters of bio gas being generated month now is enough to power twelve hundred houses and is also a joker saying in the statement quotes honorably, our thirsty digesters have been doing their bit for the environment by drinking themselves silly and was such a horrific diet. It's no wonder they produce so much gas and quotes. And this is just the latest example of people creatively innovating on what was previously thought of as waste beer is particularly difficult to dispose of in any environmentally friendly way. So finding a sustainable use for it like this is beyond awesome and I hope there is a way to make a continue even when breweries don't have as much extra beer line around as they did this past spring.
Fresh update on "cnn" discussed on Safe Money with Bill Carter
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Trump abruptly taken out of briefing room as White House goes into lockdown following a shooting
"President trump abruptly evacuated for the White House briefing room by security Monday after shots were fired near the white, house grounds that from CNN they report trump returned to the briefing room minutes. Later, confirming shooting trump ended I like to thank the Secret Service for doing the always quicken for effective were a senior administration official said that the shooter is in custody
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"Plus and they're going to be six more of that. Six more days in the row of that. The heat is not helping firefighters battling wildfires, including the Mosher Creek Fire in Oregon, Joel Creek's parents lost their home. I look over from here, and I can see the like a bout a 20 foot Wall of flames coming up behind my parent's CBS News Update on Wendy Gillette. It's 11 33. The Democratic and Republican National Conventions won't have crowds, but they will have plenty of TV coverage. ABC, CBS NBC will all Air one One primetime hour every day, while cable networks, CNN and MSNBC are devoting their evening lineups to both conventions, CBS's Debra Al Pharaon on some of the highlights, CBS News has learned. The president will accept the Republican Party's nomination during a prime time event on White House grounds. The Biden Harris ticket will formally accept the Democratic Party's nominations. At the Democratic National Convention next week. The Democratic Convention starts on Monday. The Republican convention is the following week. Just ahead dinos tactics for interfering in the election. I'm J J Green. It smells like feet. It smells like compost, feet drenched and compost. And what did I say? Before we remodeled the basement that we should get it Waterproofed? And why was that? Something about mid Atlantic houses being really vulnerable toe water damage, And now it smells like feet and regret. Too many basement remodeling projects happened before our home is properly waterproof. Before you start yours, Call on value dry waterproofing. Years of experience scheduled.
Public Health Officials Are Increasingly Facing Threats
"Threats for me and my family and harassing my daughters to the point where I have to get security is just I mean, it's amazing I wouldn't have imagined in my wildest dreams. That people who object to things that are pure public health principles are so set against it and don't like what you and I say it, namely in the word of science. That they actually threaten you. That's Dr Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading expert on infectious diseases, speaking to CNN's Sanjay Gupta, about threats he and his family have received because of his work. And Dr Fauci is not alone. Public health officials across the US are also receiving threats from people who are against the policies they put forth to combat the corona virus. Things like recommendations to wear masks and practice social distancing. Michelle Mellow is a professor of law and a professor of medicine at Stanford, and she's been researching this exact topic. Michelle, Welcome to the show. Happy to be here. Shall you wrote an article about the attacks on public health officials during covert 19. What was it that prompted you to even look into this? Well, it happens that one of my bosses that Stanford is married to our Santa Clara County local health officer here in the Bay Area, So I do have a personal connection to somebody who's experienced these kind of attacks. Tell us a little bit about what kinds of attacks were talking about. All across the country. We've really seen a number of things that made your audience seem pretty shocking and are unusual even in the American context we have seen, you know the usual Internet trawling, but the attacks have taken on a highly personal and almost violent dimension. Across the country. We've seen health officer subject to dock, saying the exposure of their personal information like their addresses or loved ones, names on the Internet. Angry and sometimes armed protestors showing up at their private residences, vandalism of their offices and homes, lots of harassing telephone calls and even death threats to the point of having to have private security details assigned to their families. Michelle, one of the things that prompted me. I'd saw the research here and then saw that Dr Anthony Fauci has needed to get his own extra private security because I believed his family had been threatened. Are we primarily talking about high profile figures like that, Or are we talking about? Anyone who's sort of on the front lines dealing with Corona virus cases. In particular, we're talking about people who ordinarily are about his low profile. As you can get local public health is thean visible angel that keeps us all healthy. But most of us until this pandemic you never heard of or seen our local health officer. They have been in the news lately on television and newspaper a lot, so they're no longer such private figures. But these are not high profile figures. They're not national figures. In most cases, they're not. They don't have a political agenda. There are doctors trying to do their jobs. Who are making these threats. Well, it comes from a variety of quarters. Ah, leader in Catalyst in this movement has been the anti vaccination movement here in the U. S. That has all of a sudden pivoted from their usual agenda of attacking public figures who advocate vaccination to going after health officers who are advocating masking and the extension of state home or business closure orders, But it's not on ly these groups. They've been joined by thousands of people across the country who are just really disgruntled and incredibly stressed. By the long term economic impact and social isolation that has stemmed from public health orders during the pandemic. Medical professionals are take a Hippocratic oath to serve whoever it is that needs their help. So like this, this feels like doctors and nurses didn't necessarily sign up to be. In such a political battle, You know, it's interesting the politicization of first responders because those on the front lines were actually caring for covert patients have been politicized as heroes in this pandemic. But the same groups of individuals, doctors and nurses who are working in the public health sector have been demonised as villains. They're all working toward the same goals, and we need to understand that, although they execute their objectives in different ways, they're all working towards a single and so are we. So it's really striking to me that there's been this polarization and how folks have viewed First responders and public health doctor's Michelle. Stick with us. We'll be back in a moment. This is the take away. On the next. 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And I'm wondering if this is now transferring over to medical professionals and health professionals. Well, yet we have to distinguish between medical professionals who are on the frontline response like the ones who are working in hospitals and the ones I'm talking about. Are those were working in public health departments. I'm not aware of specific problems involving the folks who are working in hospitals other than nobody wants to stand next to them at the grocery store. But the public health officials really have had to have protection stepped up. Unfortunately, most of our elected officials to the extent that they're speaking to this issue at all have been joining in the attacks. You know, there are folks who are making their name for themselves politically. By joining in the chorus of attacks against public health officials. In some cases, their own public health officers, you know, saying things like their anti Democratic their tyrannical when in reality, those same health officers are the only people in that state who can issue these orders. They're executing. Planning done by other elected officials, who then sort of hide behind this rhetoric, So it really is, in my view, despicable that instead of offering support to these hardworking, underpaid under attack health officers State and local officials. And in some cases, congressmen and the president have joined in the attacks, and the president himself has been the foam enter and chief here Retweeting such statements as everyone is lying. The CDC media Democrats are doctors, everyone we're told to trust That kind of statement fans the flames. Michelle did your research show whether or not there was a difference in health officers who are in red states versus blue states or our folks that work in these positions across the board, subject to this type of harassment. You know, we really have seen it in all kinds of communities. Certainly there is a red and blue divide in willingness to accept public health measures like masking and to the extent that you're leading a community that's more red than blue. You might have a larger segment of the population going after you. But some of the people who have been under attack are in heavily blue communities were actually most of the population really supports what they're doing. Polling is very much in their favor. But there is a vocal extreme of vocal minority that is dominating attention. Is there anything that public health officials Khun do to protect themselves? You know, to protect themselves. Many of them do need security details, and they need elected officials to stand up and indicate that when these actions crossed the line into illegal forms of harassment, they'll be subject to prosecution in terms of self defense strategies. You know, I think it may be late in the game for this, but there are some things that I think We know help to cultivate public trust and buy in to coerce of public health legal measures. Polling shows us that when people feel that they have a say in public health policy agendas when quote unquote people like me can influence agendas in public health policy, they're more likely to accept laws, even the ones that they don't love. So I think there are opportunities for some health officers to double down on the transparency and candor in their public communications. We do have examples of where this has been done Extraordinary. Well. I think it helps to humanize health officers to telegraph that they're really struggling with these decisions. They don't take them lightly, and also that they have the support of consultation of a number of other people. Well, they're not acting alone and imposing these orders. Do you know of any health officers who have decided to leave? Ah, the job as a result of this because it doesn't feel like you know, the virus is not going away. Assume as many of us would have liked, and people are going to have to make policies and an implement policies until we've got some clarity on where what the next phase of this is so have folks that you know, decided to leave their jobs as a result. Absolutely. I think the count is up near 30. Now, health officers who have either resigned or been forced out by their elected officials since the start of the disease pandemic because of the politicization of their orders. And that includes Oxiris Barbeau, who was the New York City health commissioner. It includes Nicole Quick, the health commissioner of Orange County are most affected County in California. In terms of covert cases it includes West Virginia health officer for the state had the slam so lots of folks who are dealing very, very difficult situation simply, it's just not reasonable to expect them to go on month after month. In this kind of climate, especially when they're not getting any support from other officials mentioned Oxygen's Barbeau and I know that was a big issue here in New York, particularly because she clashed with Mayor Bill de Blasio. Are we seeing a lot of that? A CZ? Well, just internally among Officers and public health officials, and also just, you know, the other officials that they're dealing with. It feels like I don't know if that was very specific to New York City politics or if that's also happening across the board. I think that is happening in a lot of communities. Yes, where you have a schism between elected branches of government that represent communities that have a particular ideological bent and help officers who have been serving you know for many, many administrations many many years and you are You're acting on the science a TTE this point of the pandemic. People are fed up with the science. They want a balance of between health concerns and economic and other concerns. And again. Some health officers have been very good at explaining how public health orders balanced. Those concerns and others who are maybe less transparent, really have been confronted by a lot of attacks from Ah, elsewhere in government. But, you know, responding to local political pressures themselves you mentioned earlier. We we are having to differentiate between threatening health officers and health officials and making and threatening frontline workers like doctors and nurses. But Our doctors and nurses subject to any type of politicization and threats right now, because of the role that they what they could possibly represent, or have they gotten off Have they sort of not been in the cross hairs? If you will. You know, I'm not aware of those kinds of attacks. I think it's more just that What we hear from them is the difficulty that they have in their personal lives Because people know they work with sick people. They don't want to be around him. They don't want to be around their kids. So it's the usual story in any pandemic, where You're the child of somebody who's working with an affected patient. Nobody wants their kid in school with you. I think that causes some difficulties for them, but it's a different quality and caliber of attack than what we've been talking about with public health officers. Michelle Mellow is a professor of law at Stanford Law School and a professor of medicine at Stanford University. School of Medicine. Michelle. Thanks so much, Thank you.
Fresh update on "cnn" discussed on AutoNsider with Daryl Killian
"A drone helicopter crash around 12 20 PM yesterday at the Point Mugu Naval Air Station, about 60 miles northwest of Los Angeles. In a press release. NAVAL BASE Ventura County says the unmanned Fire Scout copter came down after its main rotor's clipped a building at the air Station. No one was hurt and there was no fire. The drone is based in the North Island Naval air Station in the San Diego area but was at point Mugu for training and outdoor funeral is scheduled today for the first Los Angeles firefighter to Die of Cove in 1944 year old Jose Perez passed away July 25th. After 16 years with the department. The hefty, says Perez is outdoor Funeral will start at 10 a.m. At Cottonwood Church in Los Alamitos Donations to benefit the Perez family may be sent to the Los Angeles Firemen's Relief Association is widows, Orphans and disabled firefighters fund. The dog is dead after being shot by a police officer on Long Island. Paul. The Castro has more. A Suffolk County police officer shot a man and his dog Friday night and Brentwood around 5 30 on clay would drive him say they were arresting the man for violating an order of protection when his dog charged on an officer who fired his gun and killed the dog. The owner was shot in the hand and was treated at a nearby hospital. Police say they are investigating the incident. Paul de Castro, NBC News Radio New York, and the US postmaster general says his restructuring efforts of the Postal Service have had Unintended consequences. The reference was made to an internal memo obtained by CNN this week. The report says Lewis to Joy's memo admits that the restructuring that began this month is affecting our overall service levels to Joyce Men was also cited is claiming the current restructuring isn't the only reason for a service level drop. Democrats are calling for more funding for the post office to avoid any delays with their mail and voting plans for this November. Lisa Taylor, NBC news radio Hi Carol from L A here when we rescued Sadie, our shelter said she was a lab mix. But that didn't seem right because of all of her energy, So we decided to test her DNA with embark. Turns out she's a border collie, Boxer and beagle mix suddenly say he made a lot more sense. Now we know she needs a lot of exercise, and we've even started agility training with her..
Trump Says He Might Accept GOP Nomination at 'Great Battlefield of Gettysburg'
"You just think they come get any Wes And they? There is a man called Jeremy Diamond, who works for CNN covering the White House. And when the president announced yesterday that one of the locations where he may be giving his acceptance speech for the Republican nomination for the presidential election this November, this was the official quote unquote journalistic response. From CNN, Eric play video cut for And Pam. We've reported that President Trump is considering delivering his GOP nomination acceptance speech from the White House. But amid some criticism of that potential venue, the president is now floating another one. This time he's talking about the hallowed Civil War battlefield in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. That could be controversial to particularly because this is a president who has consistently positions himself as a defender of Confederate symbols and monuments to Confederate generals. Them. Yeah, that's a fair point to make. Tough. A fair point should I couldn't you know, I know I am an immigrant to the United States. I think I know my American history quite well, but remind, remind us sure which signed one and get his book. That's what's so great about that clip is, I don't think the reporter understood that it was an overwhelming union victory that the Confederacy was slaughtered in one of the most consequential. The battles in that entire ward to go and say that Gettysburg somehow this Confederate monument and no match to the Confederacy requires Either just monumental dishonesty or abject ignorance in stupidity.
Makeover: Oil Giant BP Promises to Cut Oil Production, Invest in Renewables
"Somebody had to go I. It's no surprise that Covid Nineteen Delta Draconian blow to the oil and gas industry stay at home orders and line shutdowns of dramatically reduced the need for oil and gas prices and earnings plunged well. Now at least one giant oil company says demand for fossil fuels will never be the same again and it's taking steps not just to pivot, but to make itself over entirely. That business is BP the london-based behemoth last week, the one, hundred, ten year, old company announced a seventeen billion dollar quarterly loss and multibillion dollar writedown of its assets. But what generated headlines was its announcement that over the next decade, it intends to discard its identity as a fossil fuel business. Instead, it'll invest heavily in a wide variety of renewable energy technologies on its way to achieving net zero emissions by twenty fifty. Specifically bb says it will cut oil and gas production by forty percent over the next decade. At the same time, it plans to put ten times as much money into renewable energy investments as it currently does with a goal of investing five billion dollars a year by twenty thirty bio-energy hydrogen, carbon, capture and storage investments in electric vehicle charging stations are all said to be on the menu as our wind and solar. From. A business perspective the move does make some sense BP expects demand for oil to fall between fifty and seventy five percent over the next thirty years as the world attempts to slow global warming. In June BP officials acknowledged that the pain caused to the oil business by the pandemic isn't temporary. It's permanent. They say in a statement, they said covid nineteen would accelerate an existing transition to a lower carbon economy as country seek to quote, build back better meaning in ways less harmful to the environment. The shift is taking a toll on BP's employees. The company announced in June that it plans to lay off ten thousand people. BP's dismal second quarter didn't seem to faze investors instead they embrace the company's new renewable energy shift its share price leapt seven percent on the news stuart joyner an analyst at the market research firm redburn remarked that the move was major positive, thoughtful, and largely unexpected the New York Times reported. Unexpected too many perhaps, but close observers of the company may not have been that surprised. BP has spent the last decade clawing back from its disastrous deepwater horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. For obvious reasons, the company hasn't exactly been a darling of environmentalists, but quickly after becoming CEO in February Bernard Looney made a pledge for BP to achieve net zero emissions by twenty fifty it was the first of giant global oil companies to do so. At the time both socially conscious and traditional investors applauded BP's pledge Andrew Logan and oil and gas director at series a climate change advocacy organization said EP was setting a new standard for leadership in the oil industry CNN reported and Barclays analysts called the plan both fundamental and radical. Last week. Looney. said in a statement quote. This coming decade is critical for the world in the fight against climate change and to drive the necessary change in global energy systems will require action from everyone but so far oil giants. Exxon and Chevron have not followed suit indeed mobile continues to expand oil exploration and production around the world despite its own sharp drop in earnings. The Washington Post reported BP has attempted and failed at other eco, friendly initiatives over the years and BP will continue to invest in and make most of its money from fossil fuels for at least another five years. Still observers agree that this is the company's most transformative move yet, and the realities of business may give BP's ecoconscious strategy more momentum than has existed in the past. As reporter Steven muffs wrote in. The Washington Post for. BP. Is trying to get ahead of what climate change might forced the industry to do. Anyway.
Trump pushes forward with executive action on economy despite legal questions
"CNN White House correspondent Boris Sanchez Boris President Trump is defending the executive orders issued on pandemic relief even as the White House is struggling to explain them they're having trouble landing out for the American people. Yeah that's right. Jim The president also spinning these executive actions claiming that they do more to help struggling Americans than they actually do the president dodging criticism even from within his own party that these actions are unconstitutional and also ignoring previous statements that he's made about executive actions. Tonight president trump sparring with his own party taking aim at critics of his new executive actions tweeting that Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse is a Republican in name only saying he has quote gone rogue. Again, this foolishness plays right into the hands of the radical left Dem's SAS tearing into trump's decision to circumvent stimulus negotiations in Congress calling the move unconstitutional slap comparing the actions to President Obama's signing of executive orders after lawmakers could not reach consensus orders that trump himself frequently criticized. The country was in based on executive orders right now Obama goes around signing executive orders. It's a basic disaster you can't do it in theory is opposed to you know the old fashioned way get everybody into a room and get something that people agree on trump was not in the room getting lawmakers together instead spending the weekend at his Golf Club in New Jersey as questions linger over whether the actions will survive legal challenges, members of the administration struggled to even explain them. Twelve, hundred dollars. Are you talking about in addition to unemployment that they're already getting nervous having. that. I. Beg. Your pardon the twelve hundred dollars will come from the payroll tax. It should be eight, Hundred Bucks I beg your pardon it should be eight hundred bucks for the unemployment eight, hundred or four hundred. No should before it should be eight hundred dollars. But White House Chief of Staff Morton Meadows appears more concerned with public comments from the administration's health experts. The Washington Post. Reporting Meadows has admonished Dr. Anthony Fauci for sounding out of sync with trump according to the post. Meadows has also excluded health experts for morning meetings with staff privately sharing skepticism about Dr and Dr Deborah burks questioning their expertise and regularly raising issues on which she thinks they've been
A Japanese Robotics Startup Has Invented a Smart Mask That Translates Into Eight Languages
"Everyone has gotten in on the mask game. It's more surprising to find a brand that isn't making their own masks than ones that are some places are going beyond slapping a logo on a piece of cloth however, and are innovating in really cool ways that will help us out as mask wearing becomes a long term thing like the various companies and individuals who have been working on fully or semi transparent masks so that the deaf and hard of hearing can read People's Lips. Another is a Japanese startup who wants to make masks even more functional and useful. They have made a mask that can translate into eight languages. DONUT robotics created the see face smart mask that with the help of its corresponding APP transcribes and translates what the where is saying. It also amplifies their voice, which I think is really cool. I. Don't know if masks actually muffle people's words this much. If I just relied on lip reading and facial expression context more than I thought I did because I have a heck of. A time understanding people in masks, the see face smart mask works by using a microphone embedded into the mask which connects to the wearer's phone via Bluetooth available languages for translation are Japanese and Chinese Korean Vietnamese Indonesian, English Spanish, and French. The mask does have one fatal flaw. However, it doesn't actually offer protection from the corona virus and is meant to be worn over a more suitable mask, and this is because the mask itself is made out of plastic and silicone. So it has to have some breathing holes bell suit suffocate. Which I get, but the does seem to sort of negate part of the point of having it as a mask. The translation software in the mask was originally designed for a robot named Cinnamon, but the team at donut robotics decided to pivot to. Win The pandemic hits and that to me makes it seem like having the translation tool be inside the mask is maybe not necessary, and since it doesn't work as an effective mask anyways what are we doing here but I am not an engineer and also it sounds like the company pivoted because they got hit hard by the pandemic and needed a way to stay afloat. So they leaned into a trend that they knew would work the. Cinnamon robot stood out from competitors because it was user friendly and the translation software even worked well in noisy environments and that software reincorporated into the mask quoting CNN uses machine learning developed with the help of translation experts and specializes in the Japanese language. Don't robotics CEO to Sukey. Ono claims the technology is better than Google API or other popular technologies for Japanese language users because most competitor APPs focused on translating to and from English and quotes. The company has run two successful crowd funding campaigns to get the product off the ground raising the equivalent of about eight hundred, thousand dollars from those campaigns and the plan to start distribution in Japan by the end of the year releasing five to ten thousand masks at forty to fifty dollars a pop. And while there has been interest from both the US and the UK, they don't expect to expand overseas until spring twenty, twenty, one at the earliest. But I am sure that plenty of other startups will be working on other cool masks with similar useful features. This is just the tip of the iceberg.
Atlanta school in viral photo to go virtual for 2 days after 9 new COVID cases
"Monday's students at North Holding High School headed back to school in person. Now, today, you know what they're going to be staying home and gearing up for some virtual learning for the next couple days. That's because the superintendent says they're shutting the high school down for a deep cleaning after nine people, six students and three teachers testing positive for the Corona virus. The waters is the student who took those now viral photos of the credit halls of the school, and she tells CNN, a number of her classmates are pretty ticked off at her. I feel like a lot of it comes from the senior, which is understandable because last year our seniors last semester, a lot of their senior year was taken away from them. It's happening again this year, so hopefully it doesn't. I I don't don't don't want want want it it it to to to have have have never never never wanted wanted wanted it, it, it, too. too. too. She She She says. says. says. They They They have have have also also also been been been threats threats threats against against against her her her as as as well. well. well. The The The district district district says says says they're they're they're going going going to to to evaluate evaluate evaluate on on on Tuesday. Tuesday. Tuesday. If If If school school school will will will reopen reopen reopen for for for in in in person person person learning learning learning on Wednesday.
Dwayne The Rock Johnson is Buying an Entire Football League
"For many of us, Monday nights sieve Longman, Monday, night football. So today's a good day to consider a shakeup in the football world. The potential revival of a would be competitor to the National Football League last week actor and former pro wrestler Dwayne the Rock Johnson with other investors bought a start-up Football League called the xfl this take some explanation especially to those who aren't avid sports fans. Let's start with the xfl contrary to popular belief. The NFL doesn't football is just had a monopoly for the most part for so long that most. Most people consider it an institution for the last couple of decades though rivals have attempted to build new leagues to compete with the. NFL. The XFL is one of those its roots began way back in the year two, thousand when World Wrestling Federation chairman. Vince. McMahon decided to build a league that could compete with the NFL NBC Cohen the League and planned to carry its games the XFL plan to extend the football season by playing games from just after the Super Bowl in February. Until late April. Now, at the time league owners, hopes were high that the Saturday night games could Wu and elusive audience TV. Teenage boys according to CNN. Vince McMahon. WWF had been almost magical in its ability to appeal to twelve to twenty four year. Old Males who typically don't stay home watching TV on Saturday nights. The xfl hoped McMahon could bring that WWF formula to football and win that desirable TV audience, and for one brief moment, it looked like their hopes were within reach the first game in two thousand, one drew more than fifteen million viewers a massive audience. That gold ring looked close and yet it turned out to be so far away as the season wore on audiences spell like a botched handoff after that single season, the xfl shutdown. Sometimes in life timing really is everything, and so it goes for Vince McMahon who decided that twenty twenty would be the right time to revive the xfl it launched in February, pitching the Seattle dragons against the DC defenders teams played five games among both players and owners. Optimism rained TV audiences varied by geography, but were decent enough that by March believe was well into planning the twenty twenty, one season. And then Kobe came along the League canceled the season March twentieth less than a month. Later, the XFL filed for bankruptcy sports writers added the xfl lists of other WanNa, NFL competitors who'd also tried to make a go of it over the years. The XFL seemed to be just another failed startup, but perhaps they declared the league's death too soon. Let's get back to Dwayne Johnson better known as the Rock Johnson actually started his career as a football player, but never made it to the NFL instead, he joined Vince McMahon's wwf where he quickly rose to superstardom before retiring to become an actor, he's now the highest paid actor in the world according to Forbes. With his business partner Danny Garcia who also happens to be his ex wife, the rock led the fifteen million dollar purchase of the. xfl. Out of Bankruptcy Sports Management Company redbird capital as a third partner. Johnson says the purchase was actually Garcia's idea she loves football and when the XFL declared bankruptcy, she saw their chance to own not just a team but an entire league not to get too grand about this. Consider that the salary of a single NFL football star say. Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak. Prescott is thirty, one million dollars. That's more than double what the partners paid for the xfl which has eight teams. Still, the deal made headlines. Perhaps it's a bit of hopeful light entertainment amidst the onslaught of grim. News in two thousand, twenty, Garcia. Johnson. Say They plan to produce multimedia content for fans year round, not just during the active spring season at production time, they hadn't yet said when the League will start to play again.
Trump Vows to Issue Executive Orders if Coronavirus Relief Talks Collapse
"Breaking news on the economic front the White House and Democrats say talks of the economic stimulus package they have hit a wall president trump is threatening to take executive action on his own. Let's get details on that from our chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta. Americans they are in desperate economic pain right now but stimulus talks seem to be going nowhere right now what's the latest? Well, that's right. Wolf with negotiations falling apart over Corona Virus Relief Bill White House officials say president trump is now expected to take some kind of executive action to provide financial support to Americans who are struggling to find work during this pandemic the executive orders are likely to include some kind of effort to provide enhanced unemployment benefits as well as some kind of. Action on suspending evictions from rental homes. There may be some other proposals in the mix, and in the meantime, we should point out the president just hinted at the path ahead in the last hour tweeting, we're going a different way that tweet coming from the president in just the last hour, and in the meantime administration officials are throwing cold water on the president's gold having corona virus vaccine ready by election day one senior administration official told me earlier today that timeline is highly unlikely. President trump's claim that a corona virus vaccine could be ready by election day is receiving an injection of reality as top administration health officials are saying, don't bet on it. Then November third. Oh I. Think I think in some cases. Yes. Possible before. But right around that time, a senior administration official told CNN that timeline is just not realistic saying it's quote metaphysically possible but highly unlikely and Corona Virus Taskforce Dr Anthony Fauci said. May Have to wait until November or December just to find out of a vaccine really works adding maybe we'll get an answer as early as October but I doubt it trying to put a finer prediction on the timetable right now I don't think any of us have enough information yet to know how that's going to shake out. The pandemic Bennett economy recovered somewhat in July with the unemployment rate falling to just above ten percent with one point eight million jobs added even with so many Americans still out of work congressional Democrats and White House officials have been at odds all week over Corona Virus Relief Bill with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, pointing the finger at top aides to the president. Now, that's been in the White House when the president's land that table and walked out that's really what Mr. Meadows. Did I on the table can't shoot staff Mark Meadows Jabbing right back I think for those that are suffering they. They should be asking the Democrats in the House and the Senate why why have you failed to meet the needs that we have so rightly expressed without a deal the White House is signaling Mr Trump will take executive action that legal drafting is complete. We've had this intense discussions about this. In the last several days, I don't WanNa make predictions. Democrats are also keeping an eye on election day accusing the administration of making changes to the nation's postal system that could slow down mayland balloting in a letter, the Postal Service Inspector General, a group of Democratic senators wrote the changes appear to pose a potential threat to mail in ballots and the twenty twenty general election President Likes Mail in voting in Florida but not another states like Nevada Florida's got a great Republican governor and it had a great Republican. Got Run to scientists Rick Scott, the president is seizing on comments made by Joe Biden, you seem to say African Americans are less diverse and their political views Latino voters unlike the African American community notable exceptions. The Latino community is incredibly diverse community. With, incredibly different attitudes about different things Biden try to clean that up tweeting in no way. Did I mean to suggest the African American community is a monolith not by identity not on issues not at all Mr Trump, tweeted biden is no longer worthy of the black vote I don't know what's going on with them, but it was very insulting. The president's attack on Biden are tricky for Mr Trump, who has a long track record of racially offensive behavior including sharing this video, featuring a supporter shouting white power. Now the US intelligence community issued a startling statement on election security today as the US closing in on the fall campaign. In that statement intelligence officials warn Russia is trying to damage from where Vice President Joe Biden. His chances to win the white. House the statement also from the intelligence community says, she prefers that president trump fail in his bid for a second term. These warnings from intelligence officials come at a critical time for American voters who were largely unaware that. The Russians were interfering with the election for years ago this time the voters know all too. Well, what could
Suspension reversed for students who shared photos of crowded hallway
"I want to start with some viral photos that came out from a couple of school district's in Georgia, A student in Dallas, Georgia, shared pictures of a pact hallway. In between classes, only some students were wearing masks. A student named Hannah Waters was suspended by the district for sharing the photos at the suspension was later reversed. Here she is on CNN last night is not only about me. Being safe. It's about everyone being safe because people behind every teacher, student and staff member, there's a family. There's friends and I would just want to keep everyone safe.
Boston - Fauci ‘Satisfied’ With Enrollment So Far In Cambridge-Based Moderna's Coronavirus Vaccine Trial
"Doctors as he is satisfied with the enrollment in the first week of the first phase three clinical trial for a covert 19 vaccine Cambridge baseball donors working toward that end Running a trial that will eventually enroll 30,000 people. CNN reports had obtained part of an E mail from Moderna last week sent to sites that are participating in the trial. The company says 1290 people randomly assigned to get either the vaccine or dummy shot as of July 31st 4 days after the trial began about you, telling CNN, and he expects to get an answer about whether the vaccine works. In November or December, he says, maybe as early as October, But he doubts that meantime, parents of
COVID-19 vaccine may not be as effective in obese people
"There's bad news for more than 100 million Americans. When it comes to a Corona virus vaccine. It may not be effective for them because they're obese. That's according to a CNN article that science scientists who believe obesity interferes with the body's overall immune response. But that doesn't mean if you're obese. He should not get the covert vaccines has nutrition professor Rise shake at the University of North Carolina will be less effective newbies. We're not saying that it won't be effective so All people should get vaccinated. But the key is we think it'll be like, he says. This is mostly a theory based on precedent a lot of data with one's showing that less effective India be so That's why we think it'll be less effective with be subject with a potential code vaccine. All that 107 million American adults are considered obese, which the CDC defines is someone whose body mass indexes 30 or above.
Cherokee County Second Grader Tests Positive For Coronavirus
"Georgia's second grader tested positive for covid nineteen after attending the first day of school, the school district told CNN. Elementary in the Cherokee County School district began in person classes on day. But on Tuesday classroom was temporarily closed for deep cleaning and the teacher and twenty other students had been asked to quarantine for two weeks after the second grader tested positive.
Navy investigating dog attack demonstration featuring man wearing Colin Kaepernick jersey
"Or severing their ties with the Navy Seal Museum, Bryan Shook explains. The move comes after a video surfaced of a museum directed military dog demonstration with the victim dressed in a Colin Kaepernick jersey over his protective gear. CNN reports Rear Admiral Colin Green says he's cut off support to the Navy Seal Museum while they investigate the matter. The museum is independently operated separate from the military branch. Brian shook
Massive explosions rock Beirut; many feared dead
"Has been a massive explosion in the centre of Beirut, Lebanon. And the Red Cross is just saying there are hundreds of casualties, including dead and wounded. This is the actual sound. When I say massive explosion I mean actual mushroom cloud size. It blasted windows out miles away. CNN's Ben Wedeman at that networks of bureau, which is not far away building shook. I thought it was an earthquake. It was absolutely massive. Majestic moments later, Windows in our bureau were blown out. Most of them are offices now in shambles, and that's really the case for many, many parts of the The city. We understand that one hospital hotel you has received at least for 100 injuries. Another is reporting more than 60 and that's just too many hospitals in this city. I can still hear lots of sirens outside with much of the city is dark, it seems with the electricity is down in many areas. It's not clear what happened prior to the blast. The reporter for the Los Angeles Times tweeted a picture of a fire in the port area. Clearly something went off and no one is here. At this point What the National news Agency, the official news agency, is reporting that it was a warehouse full of Fireworks at the head of the general security. I said it he will be very basically said it would be nice at this point to whom a blast of this Size and magnitude and destructive power with caused by simply fireworks. So there's no indication at this time what is causing the explosions? But what is clear? Is it incentive city? Into a situation of chaos. CNN's Ben Wedeman on the scene in Beirut, and we'll have more on this. The latest Justus We get
These hand sanitizers aren't made with enough alcohol, FDA says
"The FDA is list of dangerous hand sanitizers has increased to more than 100. Previously, the Food and Drug Administration warned of products containing methanol. Toxic through skin absorption and even deadly if ingested. Now they're warning of hand sanitizers, which don't contain enough alcohol. The CDC recommends at least 60% alcohol. And most of the subpar products are coming from Mexico. CNN report. Reports recalls have been issued in efforts to stop continued reports, Imports rather are
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"Ten Second Trivia. Where would you find ninety percent of all the ice on earth Antarctica Arctic Circle Greenland Will Russell Russia's more than a million square miles larger dot to cut contains ninety percent of the world's ice? That's because an almost completely covers Antarctica and as far as the waters around the continent or concern. There's been an international effort to create an Antarctic Ocean sanctuary. A giant protected area of Antarctic Waters Australia France and the Environmental Group. Greenpeace support these efforts but the sanctuary would ban fishing there and that's why China and Russia have opposed it the Krill that are caught. They're for example are important for the marine life around the Darpa but people can also use them for supplements oils of pet food. Well efforts to create the sanctuary have failed. Cnn's Arwa Damon succeeded in exploring the frozen continent. It's an ethereal world that we wake up to our first morning in the Antarctic that sort of harsh your captivating mystical beauty with penguin swimming and jumping in the waters right around our ship. The Arctic Sunrise. It's so beautiful in quiet. You almost everyone to speak above a whisper. Then there's two whales right there. This is absolutely unbelievable. See them and as if the morning couldn't get more striking we're in the first week of a month-long leg of a Greenpeace expedition. That started in January. We started off and Punta Ed in Chile before hitting the drake passage notorious for its huge swells and rough waters it stays for an were crossing through the drake passage and world lucky because by the drake passage standards. These are actually really for many of the Greenpeace team on board and US. This is a see you before we had to shore all equipment and clothing needs to be carefully cleaned it quite interesting because when you look at it from the outside it feels like the very harsh and and robust environment and yet. It's incredibly sensitive. It's really sensitive especially for non native species and we are off heading towards Yankee Harbour so weird to be on land again. This tiny island like the rest of the massive landmass in the Antarctic is designated for scientific and protected under the Antarctic Treaty. But that treaty does not extend to the Antarctic waters hence Greenpeace's mission even this regions must humorous of animals have their role. In Nature's librium. There are still many unknowns. And the more scientists uncover the more questions arise but there is no doubt about the harmony here one whose preservation is potentially linked to our very existence are Damon CNN the Antarctic and since mid-march. It's been obvious that are set. Looks a lot less like our new studio and a lot? More like my bookshelf. And if you saw her show last Thursday you would've noticed. It looked a lot more like the woods but in this era of US maybe types broadcasting from home there are quite a few critical is being cast on our backdrop so let's see how they're rating things whether it's a cap on our weather forecasters lap. That is a big cat or wallpaper so loud it makes your head hurt these dispatches from home give viewers plenty to lead into you got the book again. Very smart. We're going for prison library. Even Prison Library wouldn't put up with bill. Kristol's messy books that go to what you tonight. Lou and viewers aren't just watching. Groom Raider at rate. My skype room is judging. It's unhinged the room raider gave Tom Friedman's backdrop four out of ten saying. It's like panic. Room needs to after hours club. He gave governor Christie's Zebra sister gratuitous shot repaint. Burn the furniture. Makem asks from the Drapes Raider. Claude Taylor has no interior design credentials. He's just creating lighthearted social distancing content. He picks up on toilet. Paper and crooked lampshades advises reposition plan to block vent and win. The Raider gave Ken Burns nine for his attic. It's certainty Ken Burns himself. Let the writer. No it's a barn everybody's critic wait. This is a big zoo Chris. Eliza tells us it's a photo of his first appearance on CNN some fifteen years ago all of the home judging is enough to drive a reporter outside to clown around but even outside is in safe not exactly. We are a little windy out here. Andrea we give the lights ten for falling so symmetrically genus CNN NEW YORK. Let's data CNN ten. So what can be said about my backdrop here that what you C S Lewis. What you get. The my literary tastes are Stein back to basics. I kind of like my hillenbrand bookings it never gets fitzgerald. And if I had the choice to make I read into it. Covered cover until folks stopped remarking about it up. Coral Zeus Oneida nation. Highschool is watching today from Oneida Wisconsin. Thank you for checking out our show. Cnn Ten returns.
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"Descending on much of the United States people were out and about packing beaches in some places as they reopened a lot of folks were without masks and apparently ignoring social distancing rules and Americans were cautioned not to let their guard down the White House's Corona Virus Task Force Coordinator says wearing masks is crucial to keeping the disease from spreading. They help prevent droplets from someone sneeze or cough from reaching other people one question submitted the CNN is about whether you can catch covid. Nineteen by going to the pool. The Centers for Disease Control says a pool or hot TUB. That's well-maintained in disinfected is not likely to carry the virus from one person to another so you probably won't get it from the water but health officials say you can still catch it from other people there. So they're advising Americans to stay at least six feet away from others even at the pool. Different nations have different levels of corona virus cases. The US has confirmed the most with more than one point six billion positive diagnoses since the disease first arrived. Brazil and Russia have each confirmed more than three hundred thousand cases and the United Kingdom and Spain have each seen more than two hundred thousand nations are also at different stages when it comes to their responses to reopen or not to reopen that is the question many are asking and when restrictions should be lifted. That is the challenge. Many are facing Fred. Plugin gives us an idea of how different schools around the world are cautiously welcoming students back. It looks almost like a normal school break at the school in Copenhagen except for the police tape dividing the school yard just one of many measures meant to keep kids from bunching up and prevent the spread of the corona virus. The head of secondary education says if you follow the guidelines given if you keep this if you make sure to wash your hands keep sanitizing coughing in your sleep and not in in your hand and so on so forth. I think we'll be safe. Denmark started reopening schools more than a month ago and so far. New Corona virus cases in the country haven't spiked. The government says what's surprising. Neither students nor teachers wear masks. Instead they keep distance and wash hands and sanitize very often. It's a bit challenging but you You get used to after time. It's a different picture in South Korea. Children they're not only wear masks. Some are seated behind plexiglass dividers to prevent infections still the country shutdown dozens of schools after two kids tested positive. Even the first major corona virus epicenter on China brought kids back two weeks ago. Your to masks are mandatory and the school's President says other strict measures have been taken. Choi and the rearranged the facilities on the campus to ensure each class. Has its own restroom. He says its own boiled water room and its own alternative classroom. France reopened schools last week but has already had to shut some down again after recording. Dozens of corona various cases still Francis. Education Minister says he believes the kids are doing their part visit. If the pupils understand the social distancing rules. He says the wearing of masks and in some cases they show the way including for adults because they understand what's at stake the mood. Denmark says it hopes to have all students back in school next week but physical distancing rules means. They don't have space for them all so they are getting creative moving some classes into local churches and even the church graveyard all to try and short children can have their lessons even in times of. Pandemic Fred Friedkin. Cnn Berlin with US observes as Memorial Day was originally known as decoration day. It began at the time of the US civil war when mortars decorated the graves of people who fallen in battle. The name of the event was changed to Memorial Day. After one it became time to remember troops who'd been lost in every conflict and it's now celebrated on the third. Monday in May one of several federal holidays held a Monday to give workers along weekend in Normal Times. Parades are held thousands gather for public events that remember. America's fallen servicemen and women. The president laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns. That's Arlington National Cemetery. In Virginia and that somber ceremony was held as planned on Monday. But there are a number of Memorial Day Traditions. That look very different. In the corona virus era. The flag that covers the casket is no longer handed to the next of kin instead. It's gently laid on a table. Next to the grave at Arlington National Cemetery solemn funeral owners adjusted in the age of Corona virus to pay tribute to decorated World War. Two veteran Robert Belch here. Everyone wears masks even the rifle platoon. Captain Doug Rhody has been back from Iraq for just eight months. He now performs ceremonial duties for the army's guard. Unit here means a lot to me that we can still be there for families. Even though you know we're dealing with a lot as a country right now the new reality only ten family or friends or allowed. Graveside as few troops as possible perform funeral honors distances. Kept masks are worn but still the same dignity and respect that every funeral even with the changes even is on this Memorial Day. Arlington is open. Only to families of those buried here specialist. Joseph Gorgas is part of the army's elite Caisson platoon the unit that carried those killed on the battlefield elderly veterans and president of the United States since covid nineteen started. We have gone from conducting forty missions as a platoon a week. Two zero the horses that pull the case on Stiller on-duty but with extra troops required to do it right. The case are not being used to limit the number of people interacting then second trivia. What is the only state made up of two peninsulas? Florida Massachusetts Michigan or the only state that borders four of the Great Lakes and has two peninsulas is Michigan..
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"This is the only complete great set shield on the entire London Underground network and this has been here since nineteen eighty four. And we'll be here for the placebo feature the whole of the non been built with basically shields just like these. The line was extended further south to loft bree started excavating the extension but they ran out of money and instead of dismantling the entire thing they just decided to put concrete into the tunnel and seal it up that way probably with the hopes that maybe one day they would be able to finish the job but they never did the London Underground such a fundamental city. Everyone equates London breath experiences is that you're actually able to go see and feel viscerally. Experience store spaces the robotic dogs. We've seen from busted dynamics aren't exactly the cuddly. Furry sort you want to pick up and stuttle then again. This ain't no therapy dog. Its name is spot. It's not trained but his program it's job is to play. A prerecorded message in a human voice to encourage people to practice. Social distancing spots cameras can also estimate how many people are hanging around. This is a pilot program at a park in Singapore. And if it's successful more people have more parks could see more spots in the days ahead. Just the sight of that would make some people scaredy cats and those who break the law could see spot as man's best fiend. But if you're not a cat person you're not dogged by robots and you're not afraid of a canine crimefighter a little mcgruff around the edges. You will mind walking with spot. As long as the project isn't short-circuited Puyallup. High School is watching today for Puyallup Washington. It was great. See your comment at our Youtube Channel. I'm Zeus and CNN. Ten will be tomorrow..
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"Despite sub-zero Winds Finding Wolf here is thermal springs. Bubble across the mountain people have bathed in ONS as they're known here for central's a winter wonderland yes. The Japanese History Remembers Coda as a place of disaster. Whether cold claimed the lives of a military expedition. Gone wrong over a century ago Coca Cola you watch in landscape can be both beautiful and severe. This is how Coda and that's the nature of nature but it's something that I want visitors to experience and enjoy air through guys like me. Snowy wild and for Ono a world of silence worth the track there have been seismic changes around the world during the ongoing corona virus pandemic and we mean that literally with lockdowns in place around the world. There are fewer vibrations in the earth. That are normally caused by highway. Traffic Trains buses people moving around going about their daily lives. The relative quietness has led to what scientists call less seismic noise and that is made it easier for them to detect events like small earthquakes. So this is all a shakeup. Tectonically people still wake up. But they meet electrically the ground who shifted. It's changed the nation's the footing is shakier. There are fewer goodbye rations. This both in our world and it seismic make troubling story time and plate of Zeus. Our last stop today is in Roseville. California. We're happy to see the students have Roseville high school. Thank you for taking the time to watch CNN set..
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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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"The CNN ten down the middle explanation of world events. There's a lot of political uncertainty right now. In Israel Israel the Middle Eastern countries Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has just been formerly charged with corruption and that news broke a day after his political rival. Benny Gant was unable to form a government. Israel has had to elections this year after the first one in April incumbent. Prime Minister Netanyahu was expected to serve a record record fifth term as the nation's leader but there was a political deadlock and neither that election nor the one in September gave him enough support in. Israel's Knesset it's parliament for him to govern the country his rival. Benny Ganz was also unable to win. Enough support. In the Knesset to be Prime Minister he announced that on Wednesday and things. Things got more complicated Thursday when Israel's attorney general said that Netanyahu was being charged with bribery fraud and breach of trust. One thing the prime minister's stirs accused of doing is accepting gifts from businessmen and other countries. Another is abusing his power to get more positive coverage in the news. Netanyahu who's denied doing doing anything wrong says the charges amount to an attempted coup. He blames his political opponents and the media for it and says investigators word after the truth. They they were after him. But this is the first time in. Israel's history that a sitting prime minister has been charged in criminal investigations. And no one's sure what's going to happen next. There's no no law that says Netanyahu needs to resign and he's refused. His opponents calls for him to do so and the legal process there can take months or even years to play out but but will the prime minister be able to govern and fight. His case in court at the same time is eighty third election in the same year ahead for Israel. These are some questions. Israeli's are asking in very uncertain times. Ten Seconds Trivia. What do these events has been held every four years since nineteen thirty with only two exceptions Winter Olympic Games Summer Summer Olympic Games or World Cup Cup was held in nineteen thirty there were two cancelled? World War Two. The next one will be a cutter. Twenty twenty two..
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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 is they say like this ten percent what happens to you and ninety percents. Fridays awesome something like that welcome CNN ten super typhoon because it's especially powerful on Thursday hag abyss was the equivalent of a category five hurricane the strongest classification if it shifts direction as forecasters expected to this storm could come very close to the Japanese capital of Tokyo on Saturday meteorologist think will have weakened by then but abyss is on track to make landfall right near where Typhoon Fox I hit in September that storm reportedly killed three people and caused more than seven billion dollars damage Super Typhoon Hegab is expected to bring heavy rain too much of south central Japan near the coast forecasters are concerned about a potentially large storm surge a rise in sea water levels pushed ashore by storm and Hag abyss has already had an impact on the rugby World Cup it's being held in Japan this year and some matches I have been cancelled as the storm approaches on the other side of the Pacific General Motors the automotive company that makes Buick Cadillac Chevy it's in the midst of the or industries longest strike in decades the union representing almost fifty thousand workers is negotiating with GM over issues like wages and profit sharing a big hangup between the two sides is overproduction in Mexico GM has four factories there and thirty three in the United States but the companies planning close for US plants in the Union wants production in Mexico shifted back to the US one industry expert says that would come at a heavy cost to g AM The strike has been going on for twenty five days Second Trivia the first known types have been traced back to what country China India Egypt or Australia though the exact origin of the type known historians believe they were first used in China they fly like the wind but can be used to gather electricity he from it there are a number of companies experimenting with this idea it requires a huge kites that fly high enough to catch steady wins in our atmosphere and then transferred energy back to earth their concerns about the amount of maintenance they need the threat they pose if they crash and what would happen bad weather but if everything goes right some of the world's strongest winds are found here out on the ocean where water is too deep for most offshore wind turbines but a company called Makoni believes it has a solution with the new technology inspired by a familiar child's toy the kite to me it almost looks like an airplane. that makes it a kite you know when you fly a kite in the park it's being lifted by the wind and you're holding onto it with tether and so are the same way once air born macanese eighty five foot long energy kite flies around autonomously guided by computers crosswinds spin eight Roeder's producing electricity that sent back the ground through a tether and it's carbon fiber frame makes the kite extremely lightweight our energy kites are so lightweight we can install them in deep water on floating platforms nat means they can capture winds much further off shore where other turbines can't last month in Norway Makoni successfully completed its first deepwater offshore light but they're kites won't be ready for market for several years if your system is widely adopted what kind of impact do you think it could potentially make mini areas around the world that really don't have a good resource for renewable power but do have offshore wind resource and so are lightweight guides. create the possibility that we could tap that resource very economically and bring renewable power to hundreds of millions of people.
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"The warm welcome to our viewers worldwide. I'm Coral Zeus for CNN ten first story works planning today concerns the United Korea last month Syria borders Turkey but the trump administration announced this week that American forces would be leaving the area this is happening as Turkey plans what it calls and attacking Turkey's government for decades because they want their own country within Turkey that's why Turkey and some other nations see certain Kurdish groups as terrorists. but there are Kurdish militias in neighboring Syria that have helped the US defeat the Islamic state terrorist group there these Kurdish militias are US Forces say a Turkish military operation would have a negative impact on the war against Islamic state and destroy stability in the region what happens next depends maritime consultative organization when the UN established it in nineteen forty eight glad they simplified that according to the United St for solutions these engine rooms will soon be transformed to a new hybrid system combining marine gasoil with the electric battery packs and even bio gas produced from organic waste from Norway's fisheries and forests over aim is to show that It's possible that we can build the bills I hybrid poverty.
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"In seven days into October we thank you for taking the time to watch. CNN ten money was Carla's use our down the Middle Coverage fifties but US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un have met twice since last summer making history in the process they've been trying to see if the and establish a lasting diplomatic relationship and lasting peace on the Korean Peninsula there's been no major agreement yet a key issue between them is North Korea's clear program the country sees that as it's right the international community which includes the US sees the program as illegal and America has put strict sanctions in place limits on parts of North Korea's economy that are intended to pressure the communist country to give up its nuclear program North Korea wants those sanctions removed but timing has been the sticking point North Korea wants all of the American sanctions lifted before the country gives up its nuclear weapons the US wants North Korean to get rid of its nuclear weapons before the sanctions are lifted so it's an issue of who makes the first move the two sides have continued to go shooting though over the weekend American North Korean delegates met in Sweden for talks at the working level meaning neither of the country's leaders nor top officials were there but negotiators from both sides so how did the talks go that depends on whom you ask working-level talks between the US North Korea ended in Stockholm Sweden and judging from the responses from both sides you could imagine they were incompletely different meetings this often happens between the US and North Korea we heard the North Koreans that there were no fresh ideas that they were very upset that these talks had broken dying and we heard from the US side that they had a very good discussion and there were plenty off fresh ideas to what we heard from Kim Jung Il he's the the North Korean who is leading the delegation he said that the US was sticking into old attitudes and old ideas now what we can read into that is that potentially the US was not willing to ease sanctions immediately before seeing any clete moves from the North Korean side but we did hear from from the US side Steve Biko was leading those discussions we heard from a State Department spokesperson saying that I believe the North Korean comments actually characterized the eight and a half hour discussion they said there were good discussions that were fresh ideas they also said that had invited them back in two weeks time to continue the discussions and they believed that that was going to happen from the North Korean side they said that the US should should go away and should think about what it has done and decide by the end of the year if it was going to come up with anything new also saying that they are now at a crossroads of Royal Oak or confrontation now this is not the first time that this has happened a very different idea of the discussions at hand but at least the two sides had discussed for eight and a half hours which is one good side whether they meet in another couple of weeks we simply don't know Paula hancocks CNN Hong Kong in an average year between five and ten people in America get sick with the virus called eastern equine encephalitis it's a disease carried by mosquitoes this year there have already been thirty two cases mostly in the northeastern U. S. and its particularly alarming since the virus kills about thirty percent of those who get infected scientists say most outbreaks of e take place from the late spring through early fall but they don't know why this outbreak is worse than previous ones he is carried in birds mosquitoes that bite them and also bite humans can spread it experts say there's a large population of birds in Massachusetts that have new immune the virus so that could be a starting point the virus itself might have mutated to spread more easily also there was a lot of humidity and heat in the northeast purpose Keita's thrive in those conditions and scientists say a hard frost will kill off the insects when it hits until that happens they recommend using insect silence wearing long pants and long sleeves and staying indoors from dusk to dawn when mosquito activity is highest in fact the University of Connecticut had a foot game scheduled for seven PM on Saturday they moved it up to noon over concerns about the e Rhode Island is another state being affected well a Rhode Island baseball team squeezes in late summer practice up above something is happening in the state for the first time in nearly thirty years aerial spraying to kill mosquitoes a last line of defense in the states fight against triple E. There are certain conditions like this year where we have to go above and beyond that's normal measures because people's health is at risk eastern equine encephalitis this or triple E. is a virus transmitted by mosquitoes through a mosquito bite and can cause a rare brain infection sometimes death have a couple three at least candidate female mosquitoes in here I'll get man is an entomologist for the state he stood need mosquitoes for twenty seven years tracking their habitats and what diseases they could carry like West Nile and triple e. you're around mosquitoes does all the time are you alarmed by this spike that we're seeing well yes this is a very very unusual year we're having here in southern doing nothing quite like this has been observed before where ee has become so widespread at least thirty people have become ill in sixty this year after being bitten by mosquitoes carrying Tripoli eleven of them have died finding answers as to why the widespread spike starts with catching mosquitoes you're laying more traps now at the direction of the state why we all want to know in this very unusual year much EA- is out there where is it what species of mosquito is it in etcetera gettman leaves the traps overnight and by next morning well that's a good ski no catch for this time of year next it's back to the lab where those mosquitoes are frozen and separated by species that's our weekly routine is produce these vials and get them up to our state health department we're the mosquitoes are ground up and tested for the presence of Triple E. The results informed state officials about next steps on how to combat the disease it's a process repeated every summer we really can't predict it's going to be a bad summer while the diseases cyclical and outbreaks happen every few years officials say determining why it's setting records now we'll take time what would you say that people that are really worry the threat is out there that's the obvious message to the public is to remain vigilant per check yourself for mosquito bites for the rest of the season Second Trivia Herculaneum wasn't ancient city buried by the eruption of what Volcano Mount Etna Santamaria none the Sylvia's or galerias seventy nine but if it works it could unravel anything from an ancient Christian text to a Greek philosophical texts to a first century grocery list there are just no telling what's it but the leader of the research team says if we've made the effort to save the scroll we should try to read.
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"Has a full moon ever looked so small. That's one of the topics were explaining today on. CNN Ten thank you for watching this Friday on Korla Orla Zeus at the CNN center. First story takes us to the hurricane struck Bahamas where search and rescue crews are combing their way through the islands of Avocado and Grand Bahama. They took a direct hit from hurricane. Doreen on September first it roared over those islands as a category five hurricane and it left roughly seventy thousand people homeless. US officials say at least fifty people were killed but the Bahamian government expects that number will go up a lot. More areas are explored. The number of people who were missing is thirteen hundred previously the government had said almost twice as many people were unaccounted for but on Thursday after comparing information from different records officials revised their count the Bahamian government is trying to set up housing for people who've lost their homes. It says it's committed to restoring their lives and rebuilding building their communities the US government is helping the island nation with everything from keeping track of the missing to getting supplies to those in need. American officials say they've made there. I check of the hard hit northern islands and the US Coast Guard says it's rescued more than four hundred people so far. The British government is also helping out the commanding ending officer of a British supply ship says some people on Little Avocado Island. We're completely cut off by the hurricane that they hadn't seen anyone outside of their community since the storm hit and they were out of food and water when the ship arrived ten seconds. Trivia which word best describes the path of the Moon's orbit around the earth circular he local elliptical or royal orbit is elliptical typical which means it's not always the same distance from Earth. It's a full moon harvest moon and a micro moon and Friday the thirteenth moon. If you see the moon tonight you're seeing an example of how Fridays are awesome. Here's what's happening. The entire circular disk of the moon will be lit up tonight making fool moon and because it's the full moon that occurs closest to the autumnal equinoxes the first day of fall that makes it a harvest moon but here's where things get a moon sing hang the moon is also an apogee its farthest point away from Earth so scientists say it'll appear smaller than a full moon normally does that makes it what they call a micro moon and this is all happening on Friday the thirteenth so the date makes this a super rare `full-harvest micro moon how rare affiliate okay. NWEA says the last time a full moon wasn't apogee on this date. Was it eighteen thirty two and the next time all this will happen is in the year twenty five twenty four so you moon eyed moon gazers should try to get a glimpse of our nearest natural satellite tonight because you're going to have to wait a long time to see it again again. Many of the moons nicknames date back to the early native Americans they named each full moon in every month to help them keep track of their the planting and harvesting schedule for the full moon in April is known as the pink moon signaling the first appearance of the wild ground flux one of the earliest spring flowers when you have two full moons and a calendar month the second one is called the Blue Moon one one of the more notable Moons Harvest Moon in October also known as the hunters moon or the blood moon. This is when the leaves are falling off the trees and the animals are fat so this signal tribes it was time to hunt all they could to get them so that long winter and another thing to note is that the moon does not appear here pay during the pink moon read during the blood moon or blue during the balloon the only thing that can really alter the way we see the moon is if there's a lot have dust pays ash or smoke in the atmosphere. The moon can sometimes have an orange red glow. CNN Heroes Profiles everyday folks from around the world who are taking steps to help their communities and having extraordinary impact on them so it makes sense that someone who's organization provides people in the need with food clothing and emotional support would be part of this series nausea. Bazi is a CNN hero for her work that began in Detroit Michigan mm-hmm in my faith. Tradition is a beautiful saying. Pray for your neighbor before yourself. It just means that other people count. We have human responsibility to care for one another working as a nurse. I went to visit this Iraqi refugee family and and infant that was dying and their house. They absolutely had nothing there was refrigerated. There was no still there was the baby be was in a laundry basket. I was so devastated by that. I decided this wasn't going to happen on my watch..
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"This is CNN ten ten minutes objective explanation of news events and i'm happy to be starting a new week with you. First story takes us to who afghanistan a nation in south asia. That's been racked by war for decades and whose future even now is unclear. US president donald trump has called off peace talks with the taliban and to explain why that's significant. We're taking a look at the three major players. The taliban the united states and the afghan government i the taliban it's an islamic militant group that used to rule afghanistan after taking control in one thousand nine hundred ninety six the taliban established it strict interpretation of islamic law in the country and allowed terrorist groups like al qaeda to live and operate there the united states face off with the taliban in two thousand one after al-qaeda carried out the september eleventh attacks on america the US demanded the taliban turnover al-qaeda and its leader the taliban refused and the US US led a group of countries to remove the taliban from power that happened quickly but afghanistan has remained unstable and thousands of american troops have been stationed there ever since that their number has increased decreased over the years today. There are about fourteen thousand american troops in afghanistan. The country held its first democratic elections actions in two thousand and four and it's had a couple more since but the afghan government is fragile. The taliban never went away and they've continued their violent attacks throughout throughout the country including one that killed an american soldier last thursday before that happened the US government was scheduled to hold secret peace negotiations with the taleban philipon talks that some officials indicated could lead to US troops leaving afghanistan after the bombing though president trump called off the meeting though both the US us and afghan governments have left the door open for more negotiations on the ground in afghanistan a CNN team was allowed to enter taliban controlled territory earlier this year. They found that the militant group hasn't changed much. The taliban is still very strict and it's still wants to be cut off from the rest of the world. We wanted to see what life is like under the taliban..
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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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"It. Back to our daily events coverage on CNN ten I'm Carlos thank you for taking ten minutes our show, and I would country the Indian Ocean the scene of today's first story, the nation of three Lanka is reeling from a series of terrorist attacks that targeted churches, and who tells on Easter Sunday at least two hundred ninety people were killed and five hundred or more were injured when the coordinated attacks took place. Most of them happened in the same timeframe between eight forty five and nine thirty on Sunday morning suicide bombers detonated, their explosives at three churches across the country at around the same time. More explosions took place at three luxury hotels in the Sri Lankan capital of Colombo and later on Sunday. There was a blast at a hotel near a zoo and two final explosion happened in a private house as police were rating it in connection with the previous attacks officials. Don't know yet. Why Christians were targeted Easter is their most important holiday. The Christians are religious minority. In Sri Lanka. They account for about seven and a half percent of the population. Buddhists make up seventy percent Hindus make up twelve and a half percent and Muslims make up a little under ten percent. The Sri Lankan government says it's concerned that an international terrorist group is behind the assaults when we produced this show, no organization headed mid carrying them out. But it's three log in government spokesman says there were warnings days before the attacks that something was going to happen. And the government admitted yesterday that it failed to act on those warnings. This relearn capital is on edge after a series of deadly terror attacks that ripped across parts of this country, this church Saint Anthony's shrine one of three Catholic churches targeted on Easter Sunday. You can still see shattered glass here and the clock tower frozen at roughly the time when a suicide bomber attacked during Easter Sunday prayers and in the twenty four hour since the authorities are not taking any chances. Look just down this road here. You can see the remains of a suspicious vehicle that an explosive disposal team detonated on Monday afternoon. Sending real fears through an already traumatized community..