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"As you can see, we're moving in and out of issues that matter right up to this election as well as election issues that matter right up to this election Over at breitbart, Richmond fed manufacturing survey demand craters. As inflation worsens, the manufacturing sector in the United States central Atlantic region. Fell back into contraction in October after briefly stabilizing in the previous month. Coronado has surveyed from the Federal Reserve bank of Richmond. The index of general business conditions fell to minus ten in October from zero in September. Readings below zero indicate a decline in manufacturing activity. And it goes on. What does that mean? Recession. What does that mean with inflation? I told you. We're in stagflation. After the election, all the Democrats who are experts will tell you what I've been telling you. We are in the middle of stagflation. And it's going to get worse. It's going to get worse. Even if the Republicans are elected, they can begin the process of clawing back. But the fact of the matter is, what do they say? It's already baked into the cake. I hate that phrase, by the way. Although I do love cake. What else? Maybe we should put a camera in here, mister producer. Epic times Kraft Heinz CEO says, more rounds of price increases coming as inflation will continue. Kraft Heinz CEO Miguel Patricio warned that because of persistent inflation, there will be more price increases in 2023 amid ongoing challenges that are hampering the food industry. At a gentleman come up to me today at the grocery store. Knew who I was, he was putting packages of crackers and cookies on the shelf Then he kept looking to meet at me, so I introduced he said, oh, I know who you are. Thank you. It's such a great honor to me. You people are so kind. And we spoke a little bit and he told me, you see this? He was pointing to a package. This, a few months ago, cost $3 and 39 cents. Today is $4 and 59 cents. He said iron 20 cents a package, excuse me, 20% of package. He said in a burning less. Now why is he earning less for two reasons? They're selling less at the price. And he said, we used to have constant offers of two for one. That is two for the price of one. We can't do that anymore. So the price of the product is up, he gets 20% of it, but he's earning much less, and you're getting much less. Got it? That's the problem. We have 10 million job openings in this country, 10 million. And we have 7 million people who won't look for jobs. Did you know that? We have 10 million job openings in this country. And 7 million people who've decided not to look for jobs. We're not talking about people who are mentally or physically hanging. I'm not talking about any of that. We're talking about people who are fit, who can do jobs and won't do jobs. And so when they look at the unemployment rate, oh, it's so low. What's happening is we have the lowest rate of labor participation in decades. Because people have been in our being subsidized not to work. All the wrong emphasis. I don't care what you look at, folks. I don't care what measure it is. Whether it's your own pocketbook and wallet, you're on savings account, your own paycheck or pension check. When you drive into a gasoline station and see what you're getting charged for how many gallons? When you go into a grocery store and see what they're charging
Bloomberg Radio New York
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"And the Bloomberg business app. This is Bloomberg radio. Now a global news update. The White House is promising to fight Republican challenges to student debt relief. This after a federal appeals court put a temporary hold on the president's student debt relief program Friday now White House press secretary karine Jean Pierre released a statement saying the administration will continue to oppose Republican officials trying to block the plan from taking effect. The White House says they'll continue to review submitted applications. Two workers at a hospital in Dallas are dead after police say a shooter opened fire at methodist hospital yesterday, the suspect was shot by a hospital officer, and is now facing capital murder charges. Police haven't spoken about what may have led to the shooting, the gunman's identified as a 30 year old on parole for aggravated robbery and reportedly wearing an active ankle monitor. Speaking in Minnesota Saturday, vice president Kamala Harris said she wants voters to know it's at stake in the upcoming midterm elections, telling a crowd the restrictions to abortion access might seem like one issue, but it's actually chock full of issues. She says should concern the whole nation. We are seeing an intentional restriction of rights. What is that saying about the trajectory? And the direction of our country. She spoke on the St. Paul campus at metropolitan state university. Jury selection scheduled to get underway tomorrow and the New York trial involving Donald Trump's namesake business, the Trump organization, the former president's not personally charged with the Manhattan DA's office, has charged the Trump organization with 9 counts of tax fraud and other crimes. Longtime former chief financial officer for the company Alan weisselberg is expected to testify at some point, opening statements in Harvey Weinstein's LA sexual assault trial are scheduled to start Monday. This after a jury of 9 men and three women were sworn in, Weinstein's facing charges in connection with the alleged sexual assaults of 5 women, the former movie producers already been convicted on similar charges in New York and sentenced to over two decades in prison. I'm Scott Carr. Chinese president Xi Jinping has won an historic third term as head of the Communist Party of China, she's 35 year term breaks with tradition, made possible by an amendment of the Chinese constitution in 2018. He's already received messages congratulating him on the unprecedented achievement from the likes of Russian president Vladimir Putin and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, responding to New Yorkers who have said their increasingly frightened to ride the city subways mayor Eric Adams and governor Kathy hochul have announced a new initiative to fight violent crime, the pair unveil their plan at the Grand Central subway station yesterday. Here's over calling it. Cops, cameras, care. It's easy to remember the three C's. They say police have already increased their coverage across the system about 200 cameras have already been installed in subway cars while dedicated units at the city psychiatric centers are being added to help reduce the number of mentally ill people allowed access to the system. MTA police will be taking primary responsibility for the first time for policing stations linked to our major commuter rail hubs, Penn station, Grand Central, Atlantic terminal, and Jamaica station. Mayor Adams says it's clear New Yorkers want to see more police presence in the subway system. More uniform offices on the trains and the platform. I'm the president. Fans of the rapper Drake are excited over his second project of 2022 being dropped announcing the album with 21 savage titled her loss on October 28th, the date and title were revealed Saturday midway through the music video for the duo's collaboration Jimmy cook's off of Drake's album honestly never mind
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"And consumer goods. The move will double the number of hours. The port will remain open to relieve unprecedented supply. Chain bottlenecks this is across the board commitment to going to twenty four seven. This is a big first step in speeding. Up the movement of materials and goods through our supply chain but now we need the rest of the private sector chain to step up as well. The labor department reported wednesday. The consumer price index rose by five point four percent and september compared to one year prior partly driven by supply. Chain problems caused by the pandemic to keep pace with inflation. The social security administration said wednesday would boost benefits by nearly six percent next year. The world health organization's announced a new expert panel that will investigate the origins of the cove nineteen pandemic. The advisory body will include twenty-six scientists from around the world including one expert from the us in one from china w. h. o. Director general ted dress gabrielle. Says said the panel will also investigate the origins future outbreaks. The emergence of new viruses who the potential spark pita mix. Pundit mix is a fact of nature of two is the latest such virus. It will not be the last in south africa. Protesters gathered outside the embassies of the united states. In several european countries demanding they break a stalemate at the world trade organization and suspend patent rights on cova. Vaccines the so-called trips waiver which i proposed by india and south africa over a year ago and is primarily opposed by the uk germany and switzerland. The group msn medicine saw frontier or doctors without borders which joined the protests says a handful of european governments with strong ties to pharmaceutical corporations are choosing to put shareholder interests above the lives of people across the globe and sf added quote. The us made a big bold decision to support this groundbreaking trips waiver but is now largely absent from the global effort to make it a reality unquote. Meanwhile a dozen democratic us lawmakers are calling on the by the administration to share maderna's kovic vaccine technology with other countries to expand global vaccine production the lawmakers note that a contract between madeira and the federal government grants the us unlimited rights vaccine data including all key information needed to produce maderna's vaccine the lawmakers add quote despite receiving huge sums of public funding from american taxpayers. Madeira has refused calls to share its technology including from the us government unquote. The united states reported nearly nine thousand nine hundred new cove nineteen deaths wednesday more than sixty two thousand. People remain hospitalized with the disease in florida. The department of health has levied a three and a half million dollar fine on leon county after officials. They're required employees to show proof of vaccination several other county governments. School districts and businesses are under scrutiny for defying a ban on vaccine mandates imposed by republican governor rhonda scientists. This comes as a new study by the kaiser. Family foundation finds the. Us could have prevented ninety thousand deaths over the last four months. If more adults had been vaccinated the biden ministrations announced plans to build large scale wind farms. Along most of the continental us coastline interior secretary. Deb holland said wednesday. The us election off. Lisa's to wind energy developers waters off the coast of california oregon. The carolinas as well as in the central atlantic gulf of maine and gulf of mexico the biden administration hopes to see the us produce thirty thousand megawatts of electricity from offshore wind farms by twenty thirty. A new report by the international energy agency finds commitments by world. Governments to cut carbon emissions are nowhere near what's needed to avert climate catastrophe. The iea is calling on governments to move decisively to cut emissions in half by twenty thirty far faster than what countries have pledged under the paris climate agreement in washington dc. Another ninety climate activists were arrested outside the white house. Wednesday demanding president biden take real action to halt the climate crisis. This is anthony. Lorenzo greene a washington. Dc community organizer and city council candidate. We must repair the harm. Kohl's by environmental racism that means we must have a world that no longer bows to call all and gas industries that have a ball history of poisoning our land and rivers. I know climate. Change is real because i live in a community where home split. Every year. texas's republican controlled house of representatives has approved a heavily gerrymandered redistricting map that severely diminishes the voting power of black and latte next communities while giving a disproportionate share of power to white voters. Final passage came at around three thirty a. m. local time in austin capping. Fourteen hours of debate. Mother jones reporter ari berman. Tweeden response quote. Democracy is quite literally dying in the dark the conservative-led. Us supreme court appeared in favor of reinstating the death penalty for boston. Marathon bomber joke cards after hearing arguments in the case wednesday. A federal appeals court overturned the execution last year but biden's justice department is arguing to bring back his death sentence conservative justice amy coney barrett questioned the motivations of the federal government during the hearing. I'm wondering what the government's and game is here. So the government has declared a moratorium on executions. But you're here defending his death sentences and if you win presumably that means that he is relegated to living under threat of death sentence. The government doesn't plan to carry out during the twenty twenty presidential campaign. Joe biden pledged to work toward eliminating federal capital punishment in lebanon heavy gun fights or ongoing some of the worst violence. Beirut has seen in a decade earlier today at least five people were killed. Multiple others injured after gunfire erupted during a hezbollah led protests calling for the removal of judge. Tareq bitar from the investigation into last august devastating blast at the port of beirut. The explosion killed more than two hundred people. Critics accused the judge of bias. It's unclear who fired the shots at the protesters after headlines will go to for the latest in the czech republic voters have defeated strongman populace. Prime minister andrei babich in weekend elections. After opposition parties formed alliances that received a majority of parliamentary seats. The scandal ridden billionaire. Bobby has attacked refugees and more recently appeared in the pandora papers which exposed the covert financial dealings of politicians and other global elites in norway. A thirty seven year old danish men used a bow and arrow to attack people in a small town west of oslo wednesday killing five people and wounding two others. Police described the suspect as a muslim convert who previously been flagged for radicalization but authorities. Say the motivation for the attack is still unknown that he's thought to have acted alone. Wednesday's attack prompted police across norway to carry firearms. Norwegian police are usually unarmed. It was norway's worst attack. Since a far right white supremacists killed seventy seven people a decade ago over ten thousand workers at john deere farm equipment plants across the midwest. United states went on strike at midnight to fight for fair wages. Pension benefits for all workers and good working conditions. Members of the united auto workers overwhelmingly rejected a proposed contract and say they'll continue bargaining with the company until all their demands are matt in other labor news. Tens of thousands of kaiser permanente employees in california and oregon have voted to authorize a strike amid stalled contract negotiations over pay and working conditions. Health workers say the pandemic had led to mental health concerns and severe staff shortages. This comes some sixty thousand film and tv workers with international lions of theatrical stage employees. Or i could go on. Strike starting monday. If no deal is reached in the coming days to address the industry. Low wages and overworking of crews. This is liz. Shuler president of the afl cio of which yahtzee is member union. We're fighting for the weekends. As i said earlier. I mean it's twenty twenty one and yet and these people are working overtime. They're answering the call and yet the companies now who are making pretty tidy profits suddenly can't pay overtime. Yeah and suddenly. You can't have a meal break right. And you're ending your shift on a friday night and are being called back saturday morning with less than eight hours of time. In between many are referring to this month as strike tober due to the massive wave of work stoppages that are expected or are already underway. Meanwhile workers at a dollar store in connecticut and multiple starbucks locations in buffalo. New york are organizing to form the first unions at their respective workplaces. This week starbucks announced. It's closing two of the buffalo. Stores being unionized. The company called the move. A coincidence and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report. I'm amy goodman in new york. Joined by democracy now co hosts means shea heiner main i amy and welcome to our listeners and viewers across the country and around the world. Well we're beginning. Today's show looking at the growing economic and political crisis in lebanon earlier today at least five people died over thirty were wounded in beirut after snipers attack to protest where demonstrators calling for the removal of the judge investigating last year's deadly port explosion. Today's protest was impart organized by hezbollah clashes continued in the streets of beirut for hours after the snipers i opened fire. The deadly attack comes just days after lebanon state run. Electrical grid collapsed resulting in a twenty four hour a nationwide blackout while electricity has been partially restored. Much of the country. Still faces long stretches power. According to the world bank lebanon is confronting one of the worst economic depressions in modern history. Its currency has collapsed. Their massive food and fuel shortages. Almost three quarters of the population living in poverty and lebanon is facing a political crisis as investigations continue into last year's port explosion. Which killed at least two hundred fifteen people and destroyed entire neighborhoods of beirut we go now to beirut where we're joined by laura bitar she's editor in chief of the public source of beirut based independent media organization laura welcome to democracy. Now just explain. What's happening to.
"central atlantic" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Off the lake. I can see it from there. Albert, it's just It's not as dense as typical. I guess. I don't know. Uh, So how does the weekend look force coming up? We're going to stay. Sounds like going to cool off a little bit, but stay warmer than normal for the most part. Yeah, all this week, which, by the way, I think this is the last quote unquote hot week of the rest of the year. I think we're gonna start to see these temperatures cool down closer to average, if not below average, But tomorrow 89. We're going to be near 90 strong. Suddenly winds noticeably more humid and then a front comes in mid to late afternoon, And that front will be the focus for at least a few isolated thunderstorms. I think around 34 o'clock. In the city, and then we'll see a band of showers and thunderstorms developed but mainly shots of the city into northwest Indiana. It'll be about this time tomorrow. Those thunderstorms the shop and moving south away from Chicago at some of those could produce some gusty winds. So it's not a big severe weather trip for tomorrow for really central areas of Illinois, northwest Indiana, But it's there and it's mainly for the strong winds that happened in that hot, humid atmosphere that will have tomorrow afternoon. So how many of us will see a store? Not not a whole lot again. It's going to be mainly southern suburbs into the northwestern portion of the state of Indiana. Some of the high resolution forecast models this evening showing around 33 30, some pop up thunderstorms, maybe right over central areas of Cook County. They're not all that aggressive in terms of showers and thunderstorms if you love north or even to the Northwest. Of the city. So let's look to be mainly as Southern and South Eastern event for tomorrow. It's kind of interesting. The Chicago afternoon news seems to be in the wheelhouse for these storms they kick in right about the time we start lately. Yeah. Daytime heating. You know this time of the year, we still have the most energy of the day, both in terms of heat and also humidity. The good news about this front is it's going to squeeze you the moisture out of here. So less humid on Wednesday, little cooler upper seventies which is actually still above average, and then get this late week into the weekend until week from today. We're mid to upper eighties even a week from today. We're 88 humid, but that looks to be kind of Summer's last stand, because a lot of the forecast models are training cooler. Nothing chili just yet, But I think by mental late next week we're talking lows in the fifties and highs, maybe only in the in the low seventies, so if you're ready for a taste of fall, it's around the corner. Albert Ramones, the chief meteorologist for news nation, speaking of cooler Hurricane Leland is hitting Greenland. Is that what's happening? Larry, you're getting Leland from news Nation mixed up with that's right. It's hair. Hurricane Larry. My mistake. Yeah, we had Larry. Of course, it was a pretty aggressive hurricane out in the central Atlantic, not bothering anyone and even stayed off towards the east of Bermuda. But, yes, over the last couple of days. It's sideswipe is southern and southeastern portion of Greenland and looking at reports of wind gusts as high as 90 MPH a lot of snow and that strong wind blew up the snow. Lower the visibility so they blizzard. Conditions. From this once a major hurricane Larry that again moved over the at least close to the southern and southeastern portion of that island. We like to take groups to Europe, and I love it when the route a route takes us over Greenland because It is just fantastic to.
"central atlantic" Discussed on KOMO
"Welcome back to first lie at 14.5 past the hour. Let's bring in AccuWeather meteorologist Karl Belinsky, Carl Rain maybe storms in the forecast. Now does this mean More problems for the areas still dealing with the aftermath of ADA. Michael. There is a concern that showers and thunderstorms in the Northeast this afternoon could produce locally heavy rainfall. And, of course, in the aftermath of Ida last week, parts of New York and New Jersey it wouldn't take much rainfall to cause new flooding issues. In fact, the flashlight guidance indicating that between half an inch and an inch of that fell in even an hour's time. There will be flooding problems today in northern New Jersey Flash flood watches have been posted for parts of southeastern New York and in the Garden state. River Flooding is still the situation that has not quite yet evaded in northern New Jersey. So even the slightest down for could cause a major issues today and tonight and by the way those showers and storms on some of the storms to Cooper's damaging wind gusts. Seems like eastern parts of Pennsylvania have had numerous tornado warnings the last few weeks and storms could produce damaging wind gusts in the tornado later today, we saw this yesterday occur in the Great Lakes region. Numerous reports of damaging wind gust one tornado in Kendall County, Illinois, and there's also some large hail in Wisconsin. Elsewhere in the country, Poor air quality continues across much of the northern Rockies and northwest due to the wildfire smoke. Still are excessive heat warnings and heat advisories out for the Southwest. Most of California's interior valleys today will be near 100 and five, prompting the heat advisory but even hotter in the deserts And lastly, there's Larry located way out in the central Atlantic. Although it's not going to impact the east Coast of the United States directly, it will cause some rough surf and strong rip currents of Michael places. Hard hit last week by IDA could see some heavy rain later today. Have a great day. Thank you, Carl. A powerful earthquake struck near the Pacific resort city of Acapulco last night, causing buildings to rock and suede nearly 200 miles away in Mexico City, Amazingly.
Adams on Agriculture
"central atlantic" Discussed on Adams on Agriculture
"It still dry in south america. It's not actually the last last week We saw some showers across argentina and the southern parts of brazil gonna continue with another couple of systems in the next week You know central brazil areas have the distinct wet and dry season and that typically starts at the end of september. Now the line nino pattern we've had you typically means a later start to bet what season across the higher production states of central brazil But model they're actually thinking. It might come right on time this year. So that's That would be something very unusual. Something we'll watch and But it's possible that They may lock out this year where they did last year last year Wet season started about three or four weeks late and if bottles are right then They'll come on time this year. We just had hurricane ida. It's and seems like this has become a very active storm season. Yeah the in the tropics that has been so we've already gone through. I Here across the united states. We had j k and l a after that as well so we got larry cooking up in the in the central atlantic. Good thing is that it won't be hitting any land at least here in north america. So that's good news but we do still have another couple of features. We're watching here. You know we're right at the the pico hurricane season in the atlantic right now so the next couple of weeks here. We're going to be continuing to watch some disturbances move off of off of africa. Move up through the gulf of mexico and see whether or not we can develop them systems. This year's been pretty good. We've had some really good Temperatures across the golf mexico across the western atlantic really fuel those storms so whatever we can get them up and running they they. They tend to take off our i john again. It was good to see you last week at farm progress. Thanks for joining us right. Thanks mike thanks for having you bet take care. Dt n. meteorologist. john brenick. We'll up next. We're going to get the latest numbers from the produce. Cme group egg economy barometer. Purdue aggie economists michael lang meyer. Join us as we see. The headline egg producers sentiment improved slightly in august compared to july. We'll see how much of an improvement and kind of break the numbers down.
The South Florida Morning Show
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"Show this jenna bill and speaking of weather. It looks like that storm larry's not gonna affect us but it's you know it's in like central atlantic that cat three too often up there. It's they say it's going to move toward. Newfoundland is a category one hurricane cheese. What is it with these things. The only thing they did say that that new england's going to see big waves right so it's like okay right. The surfers will be happy. So and there's some other disturbance coming up from yeah lake mexico weird out there that the looked at some of the models. They're like all over the place on that thing. Well it looks. Like here's the map. See from our buddies at wbz tv. It's gonna go north of us and right across the state okay. That's not a map and you know how it works with the cones. They cover all of america. I just yeah a cartoon. You're and i feel very badly for louisiana. It's like it's going to get. It's even going to get part of this disturbance. I don't even think it's gonna be anything but like you know a big man messa water but it It any more water. Now you're right so it's like that's terrible. President biden was there louisiana On friday looking at the damage but goes to new jersey new york area in the northeast today got. It was even worse apparently as far as loss of lives. How does that happen. I don't know are there that many basement and they're saying most of it came from basement apartments and i'm thinking. Oh these poor people. This is horrific. I used that kind of flooding. And they're saying the water starting to subside now they had some women on I don't know what i was watching. Msnbc or nbc this morning and she was actually standing in her street in new jersey and she said this is the first time since the storm hit. You can see the pavement. Oh we've been underwater for a week and now the problem. Is you know if you've ever experienced water damaged. Whatever is wet especially like drywall. You got to replace it like right away before the mold moves in sure so now they people have to leave their homes. They got nowhere to go. No one's got any money because a lot of them are unemployed. They're like what happens now. So i i. It's it's a bad situation but in new york city. They're saying that once all these waters subside. They may find more bodies which is horrific. I this is terrible. It's tough tough deal Another dockets item on the president's list is going to be obviously coming up this weekend. The twentieth twentieth anniversary of nine eleven amazing those years ago apparently the administration now the came out over the weekend of the white house said they're gonna go to all of the sites all of them really. Yeah okay obviously ground zero but also to shanksville and Pentagon pentagon yeah. Does he start at the pentagon and then end in new york city or does he go to new york city. I i believe it starts in the city and then he goes to probably and then back to the pentagon close to home right while i. I don't know it's I don't know if i'd be excited if he came..
Army Wife Talk Radio
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"The university of phoenix in seoul south korea yolanda is a proud activity. Army spouse humanitarian and mother. She currently serves to the service of armed forces international. Us programs division manager for the central atlantic division which covers delaware. Maryland washington dc. Virginia ohio west virginia and kentucky. She's always made volunteerism serving her community. A priority holding leadership and support roles in various military in community organizations. Yulon is also an active member of alpha kappa alpha sorority inc. Where she continues her. Altruistic service focusing on implementation of programs and services impacting critical issues quality of life for people of color. She's married to lieutenant. Colonel antero see gain. Well united states army and they have to amazing grown children. Aj and jasmine yolanda. I'm very much looking forward to our conversation. Thank you for joining us today. And welcome to army. Life talk radio. Thank you for having me. Cherie too i am excited looking forward to argus goshen undoubtedly and clearly you have a lot of experience empowering military spouses just based on that really impressive bio we just shared and now you continue your journey with the american red cross solicitor in a little bit more about what the red cross can do for military families. Tell us a little bit about how you got connected with the american red cross. Sure enough to so in twenty thirteen. We pcs to honolulu. Hawaii and i am sure you know. The challenges of military spouse is trying to maintain a career while always having to relocate every two to three years prior to relocating to hawaii. I was fortunate to be a part of another national nonprofit in various locations for abroad about eight years. But here i was in hawaii. Twenty thirteen Looking floor okay. What's next for me in my career. What am i gonna do of it in hang out on the beach. Every day and i was climbing. Dimon had one saturday morning. And as i got to the top of diamond head i looked across the ridge line and i saw the building across the street in the signed said american red cross. So is that four minute. And i pondered it just to to reflect on what has been my experience as a militarised spouse with the american red cross and i thought back. I had no personal family experiences. No we career My husband's grandmother passed away. But we didn't have to use ray across. I couldn't remember you know helping other military families utilize across programs in services especially on the multiple deployments that you know we've had over the years and so i got home that day. I google redcrossblood lulu. I saw that. They had a number of volunteer opportunities as well as career opportunities to support our military and veteran. Communities i apply for a paid position was afforded the opportunity to interview received the in actually got the position and here we are seven and a half years later another. Pcs move under our belt been able to stay connected with the red cross in both Paid and volunteer positions. What a fun on ramp. that started with. I guess i could hang out the beach and climbed this mountain. But i'll climb mountain and then it just kind of as they say escalated quickly with your connection with the american right across and just shy of a decade later. Here we are so congratulations on your success in a obviously you're doing a great work with this wonderful organization And so as a military family. I would say many of us. Don't wanna think that for emergencies will happen to us but unfortunately they can happen at any time so you would you share with us. How the american red cross comes alongside military families during those emergencies or the eucharist cross. Is there to support our military families. Three hundred sixty five days out of the year twenty four hours a day in the event of emergency. We have agents at our hero here center. Who are there to gather information about the emergency. We also verify that emergency by reaching out to medical authorities police department social services whatever agency or entity can verify that emergency for us and then of course we deliver that emergency communications Message to our servicemembers chain of command. Okay well let's talk a little bit more about the kinds of emergencies that people might face. What kind of emergencies would probably quote qualify as red cross message so those emergencies that will qualify as a red cross message would have to involve a death or illness or severe illness. Urgent time critical family emergency of course birth notifications because we do know. Babies are born while servicemembers are deployed yup emergency financial assistance in ne-. Okay well thank you clarify that. Because i know that sometimes as a military spouse and a former f. r. g. leader and all that kind of stuff people like this is going on and just having a general knowledge of what's the next step you know we just need to contact chain of command directly or is this kind of a bigger deal that needs to go through the official channels of american red cross. Should the service member have the option to be able to come home or come back from wherever they're at whether that's overseas deployment a major field exercises etcetera so We've talked about kind of the military family component there. But would you also give us a little bit more insight as to who's eligible to call the red cross to reach a servicemember if there's a crisis and walk us through those steps in what the specific procedure looks like. So anyone is eligible to call the american ray across initiator ray across message. But it's important for your listeners. To note that it order to initiate a message be emergency has to involve a core group what we call. Immediate family Anyone can call if if there was an emergency. That happened in. My neighbor was aware of that emergency. My neighbor could call the american hostile initiate that re- across message but we have to ensure that that message involve immediate family member and the american red cross in deal d. Identifies immediate family. Members adds a spouse children.
"central atlantic" Discussed on KTOK
"Mid every year, it can shift The second shift West, It can be stronger. It can be weaker and so basically a lot of the storms kind of a nice garden variety. Hurricane doesn't impact anyone will track generally from east to west across the Atlantic, and then what we'll do is we'll reach basically the western edge of that high pressure area and started tracking to the North. Once the storm gets far enough north. Instead of being steered from east to West by low level wind, it will get picked up by the jet stream and get pushed from west to east and talking. What songs have called the re curvature or storm will basically Rickard out into the open ocean. And impact No one whereas if ever view the highest should feel a little farther to the West. Those storms will start to recurve. But instead of re curving out into the open Atlantic Ocean, they may recurve too close and end up hitting, especially the outer banks of North Carolina is obviously a fairly frequent target for tropical storms. Hurricanes because it kind of fits in the predominant storm track of where these storms usually go and again if they don't recurve far enough East often that will actually come up and caused cost central impact, especially in North Carolina, and even down into South Carolina. I'm joined by Dr Phil Klotzbach, research scientist in the Department of Atmospheric Science at Colorado State University. We're discussing hurricanes and hurricane season and let's get to some of the different aspects of these storms from storm surge to wind speeds to rainfall to hurricanes, which can develop, especially in those outer bands that make their way through different regions. When a hurricane is approaching. Why would that kind of severe weather be present within this larger assist? Um yes. So basically, what happens is it's tornadoes and hurricanes are basically spun up due to basically when you have these strong winds, um when the strong winds that typically airplane over the ocean one thing counter land, the frictional effects of that will help to try to spin up some of the tornadoes. Often the tornadoes with hurricanes are fairly weak, but you can get stronger hurricanes and you have to even maybe an EF three can cause significant levels of damage and Like you said. They can often be entitled bands and, unfortunately, hard to be able to know, you know, days in advance how many tornadoes? Islam is going to spin up, But that can be another potential threat. Normally, when I think of the biggest threats from hurricanes, obviously you're number one threat. Everyone always thinks about is the wind obviously have to win because you have a hurricane. But you also have the storm surge, which will effectively the, um the of the increase in the water level driven by the fact that you have these strong winds. Um and then you also have the rainfall, which can obviously be potentially the worst dish impact from a from a hurricane, especially with the slow moving hurricane or for hurricane tracking over. An area with a lot of photography that can force more rain out of the storm as well. So there's a variety of different threats of hurricane poses. And obviously, with the wind threat, you have the predominant winds associated with the hurricane. But then you can get even stronger winds and some of these tornadoes we saw some with also, We saw a lot with that as well, Um, so that's another potential threat with hurricanes. Now over at Colorado State University. You put out predictions for each hurricane season. What are we looking at? This year? We've already seen again a very active season so far, a record setting season, right? That's correct. Yes, we have the earliest 15 Storm on record with Alpha, Um and normally early seasons going activity doesn't really relate well with the rest of the season activity for basically just because you have a bunch of storms early on, doesn't necessarily say much. But if you get storm activity forming And that's what we call it The deep tropics. So say, south of the Tropic of Cancer, so really in the tropics, and especially tracking in the places like the Eastern Caribbean. If you look historically move had storms there in June and July. They've been very, very active hurricane seasons and typically You know, we hurricane season starts June 1st. But a lot of the stuff you get early on, tend to form a little bit higher latitudes, maybe more in the Gulf of Mexico. You don't necessarily get many storms in the eastern and central Atlantic until you get into August when the environment tends to be much more conducive. So if you get these early Using storm activity that tends to be a harbinger of a very, potentially very active season. So that's one of the reasons what the seasonal forecast that we put out that the forecast did actually come up. I'm a bit um, we're not forecasting a total of 20 named storms. Nine hurricanes and four major hurricanes. We've already had five storms, Um and then 11 hurricane being also so 15 additional storms, eight additional hurricanes and four additional major hurricanes. Taking a look back at the past couple of years. Have we seen an increase in the amount of storms that are forming, including the amount of major hurricanes that are being produced? And and also there seems to be this issue of rapid intensification where storms just get real strong as they approach the coastline. Is that new and different or is that something that we have seen at other points in history? Yeah. So with the Atlantic we certainly have seen more major hurricane since around 1995. You go back to 19 seventies 1994. The Atlantic was quite a bit quieter. You have to go back prior to that. From like the mid 1923 late 19 sixties, the Atlantic was much more active.
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"Mood every year it can shift He's taken shift West. It can be stronger. It can be weaker and so basically a lot of the storms kind of a nice garden variety. Hurricane doesn't impact anyone will track generally from east to west across the Atlantic, and then what we'll do is we'll reach basically the western edge of that high pressure area and started tracking to the North. Once the storm gets far enough north instead of being scared from east to West by low level wind, it will get picked up by the jet stream and get pushed from west to east and often what I call my pre curvature or storm will basically Rickard out into the open ocean. And impact No one whereas if ever view the highest shifted a little farther to the West. Those storms will start to recur. But instead of re curving out into the open Atlantic Ocean, they may recurve too close and end up hitting, especially the outer banks of North Carolina is obviously a fairly frequent target for tropical storm. Hurricanes because it kind of fits in the predominant storm track of where these storms usually go and again if they don't recurve foreigner feast often that will actually come up and caused cost central impact, especially in North Carolina, and even down into South Carolina. I'm joined by Dr Phil Klotzbach research scientists in the Department of Atmospheric Science at Colorado State University. We're discussing hurricanes and hurricane season and let's get to some of the different aspects of these storms from storm surge to wind speeds to rainfall to hurricanes, which can develop, especially in those outer bands that make their way through different regions. When a hurricane is approaching. Why would that kind of severe weather be present within this larger? Stump. Yes. So, basically, what happens is it's tornadoes and hurricanes are basically spun up Duda. Basically when you have these strong winds, um when the strong winds that typically air flowing over the ocean, one thing encounter land, the frictional effects of that will help to try to spin up some of the tornadoes. Often the tornadoes with hurricanes are fairly weak, but you can get stronger hurricanes and you have to even maybe an EF three. It can cause significant levels of damage and Like you said. They can often be entitled bands and, unfortunately, hard to be able to know, you know, days in advance, how many tornadoes and storms going to spin up, But that can be another potential threat. Normally, when I think of the biggest threat from hurricanes, obviously the number one threat Everyone always thinks about is the wind obviously have to win because you have a hurricane. But you also have the storm surge, which will effectively the, um the the increase in the water level driven by the fact that you have these strong winds. Um and then you also have the rainfall which can obviously be Potentially the worst dish impact from from a hurricane, especially if it's a slow moving hurricane or for hurricane tracking over an area with a lot of photography that can force more rain out of the storm as well. So there's a variety of different threats to hurricane poses. And obviously, with the wind threat, you have the predominant winds associated with the hurricane. But then you can get even stronger winds and some of these tornadoes we saw some with also we saw a lot with find out as well. So that's another potential threat with hurricanes. Now over at Colorado State University, you put out predictions for each hurricane season. What are we looking at? This year? We've already seen again a very active season so far, a record setting season, right? That's correct. Yes, we have the earliest 15 Storm on record with Alpha, Um and normally early seasons gone. Activity doesn't really relate well with the rest of the season activity for you just because you are budget storms early on. Doesn't necessarily say much. But if you get storm activity forming in, that's what we call it the deep tropics or say, south of the Tropic of Cancer, so really in the tropics, and especially tracking in the places like the Eastern Caribbean, If you look historically, we've had storms there in June and July. They've been very, very active hurricane seasons and typically You know, we hurricanes and start you first. But a lot of the stuff you get early on tens of form a little bit higher latitudes, maybe more in the Gulf of Mexico. You don't necessarily get many storms in the eastern and central Atlantic until you get into August when the environment tends to be much more conducive. So if you get these early Using storm activity that tends to be a harbinger of a very, potentially very active season. So that's one of the reasons what the seasonal forecast that we put out that the forecast did actually come up. I'm a bit um, we're not forecasting a total of 20 named storms. Nine hurricanes and four major hurricanes. We've already had five storms, Um and then 11 hurricane being also so 15 additional storms, eight additional hurricanes and four additional major hurricanes. Taking a look back at the past couple of years. Have we seen an increase in the amount of storms that are forming, including the amount of major hurricanes that are being produced and and also there seems to be this issue of rapid intensification where storms just get real strong as they approached the coastline. Is that new and different or is that something that we have seen at other points in history? Yeah. So with the Atlantic we certainly have seen more major hurricane since around 1995. You go back to 19 seventies 1994. The Atlantic was quite a bit quieter now. If you go back prior to that, From like the mid 1923 late 19 sixties, the Atlantic was much more active..
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"Jersey. And it's water parks. You just have to click on it. And guess who wrote it? Joe my second. Absolutely. Joe. My sack joins us here. He said it. Editor of Bloomberg. Brief covers offer Joe. Any market had him at water parks. I think you had me at water Parks double. It's a $95 million deal, Joe. I could sell that. What happened? What's this? We, uh you know, I'll tell you all a man of impeccable taste. This was your favorite story. Absolutely, uh, you know What happened? That's no with the developers saying too, I guess, because, uh, the high yield muting market has been blowing out this year, all sorts of deals. Have been sold. And, uh, all of a sudden, last week we noticed that the deal had been pulled and I started calling around eventually dropped the developer and he was dissatisfied with the way daddy it but, uh, trying to sell these are I spoke to was, yes, part black stain. I spoke to was a time developers attorney and he said, Well, you know, tobacco as robust as we could have liked, so they're turning to a new underwriter, which is this is very rare in the beauty market. I would say almost it's almost non existent and generals. Jan is really good in mid Jan is very good in municipal bond market. I happen to know I used to know somebody who worked there. And you know, I'm just metro Philadelphia Central Atlantic area. They do a lot of good business there, Joe. Absolutely absolutely. You know, the, uh You have to be a, you know, perhaps what it is is you have to be a certain kind of bag. Who's a certain kind of firepower to get these high? You'll deals done and had a especially a war park like this, which is you know, in the beauty market, it's even more exotic. It's a pure tourism play, and you don't see many of us so you really have to have a lot of firepower. You know, going into it and January you say it's an old line phone. Is it unfair when I hear, you know, Water Park and Atlantic City and, uh, an investment bank getting out of a deal that's gone this far, it's already set to price. Seems like something shady is going on. But I'm not sure if that's just because I feel like Titans jersey bias, I think. Well, I don't I'm not. And I don't think things that are shady going on summit. But Atlantic City is pretty shady. Right? Am I wrong about that? Is that just No, no, no, this you know this. You know, Some stories are kind of straightforward. They couldn't get the deal. Sold. Developer wants to continue. What's Tribe? Try it again. Go to a new farm. Uh, but you know, the single in Atlantic City is, you know it's it's Each various failures over the years over the decades almost inexplicable without as you say something shady where it's you know, corrupt politics, Uh, mismanagement. You know, there's there's no reason, Atlantic said. You know, I was talking to somebody about this story this weekend. Settle said. Look, you know, I'm six ft. Tall and I wear a perpetual scowl. And I'm scared when I go to about You know, so I'm just doing this a lot actually doesn't have to be the way it is. You know, you would think that, for example, that have a private robust, you know, convention and conference business. No. You wonder? How can this be? There has been, you know, almost grotesque mismanagement. So Mark Black. Stein wants to. You know, he really wants to turn around the city, and he said he's really bullish on it. In fact, back in May he opened, uh, sort of big arcade heals the the Showboat Hotel there already, and this is in the supporter park. Would be so like where the showboats parking lot is, Uh And so he opened this arcade back in May, and apparently, it's drink driving business. You know, up on the boardwalk there, say the beaches met the beaches in South Jersey like around Atlantic City are spectacular. And I I agree with Joe had they've never really been able to The last time. I think Atlantic City was big as Boardwalk empire going back to like, you know, Prohibition to me. That's a great show. Yeah, I mean, I've been to Atlantic City Spend a long weekend there. Um, March 6th, 7th and 8th of 2009. And I don't want anyone to ever find out. What happened. What happens in the No. No, no, no, It was great. Actually. I think I was at the Borgata. There was a poker tournament. I also thought it was pretty. I had a pretty great time. I don't know why. It's not more of a booming business center. Would you want to bring your family there to a water park? It felt like an adult place to me. Yeah, but you know, just like Vegas Vegas is trying to appeal to has appealed. I would say not trying. They have over the last generation appeal to families, and that's been the growth story for Vegas. All right. Well, it's a fantastic story will tweet it out, Joe..
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"You're getting to enjoy a long weekend to July. 4th weekend is always a good time to take a look at weather patterns as we gear up for some of the more extreme summer weather we typically see each year from hurricanes to Wildfires, two tornadoes, the flooding, and this year we're already seeing records being broken. So for a look at what 2021 has brought us so far and what could be in store for us in the coming weeks and months, I'm joined now by Weather Channel meteorologist Race stages. Ray really appreciate coming on the show and where I want to start is in the Northwest, where we've seen record temperatures that we've simply never seen before. In these Our records being broken by a degree or two. These records are being smashed. What can you tell us about that? Well, it's been a tremendous amount of heat in the Pacific Northwest places that don't really have. Air conditioning, experiencing all time record high temperatures, Seattle and Portland and even into parts of Canada and British Columbia. These are numbers and the one P means that As long as records have been kept which choose between about 121 150 years. It's never been this hot in any month at any time of the year, so dangerously hot weather and humidity to trying to break it down a little bit as we had on through the coming day. Do we have any kind of an idea as to why we're seeing such just insane record temperatures in that particular part of the country so far? Is there anything when you look at the the weather patterns, climate, things like that? That could explain this Well right now there are and the data would support that The globe is warming now whether or not this is an isolated anomaly or not, um, you know, remains to be seen. But if this continues to happen over the coming summers, and we continue to see these unusually strong ridges or areas of high pressure in such far northern latitudes and places Breaking heat records that we don't normally see. Then you know, we might have to take a little bit closer. Look at you know what's going on here, although he said the data is shown that annually year over year over the past decade or more That the Earth has been warming whether or not this is a piece of that. I could say it certainly sounds like it feels like it looks like it. But I think we'll have to unravel the data within the coming months and actually years to see if this trend continues, if it does. We've got a bigger center problems. So the record temperatures that we're seeing this. This record heat wave that's taking place in the Pacific. Northwest didn't region where we have seen just some massive wildfires over the past couple of years. Is this all setting the stage for potentially another really a big, disastrous wildfire season? Well, certainly when you've got hot, dry weather, it's perfect fuel for the fires. Um, wildfire season already off to a fast start and in the Pacific Northwest and unusually Large number of wildfires burning and even into parts of Canada, one place in Canada that actually broke the all time record high temperature for them. A small little town is actually had to evacuate a wildfire so we may continue to see more of this more heat in the West. More dry tinderbox conditions, which could lead to and already has led to more wildfires. One last question in the heat wave in the Northwest. Is that something temperatures that high that record breaking is that something that we could start to see in other parts of the country throughout the summer? No, we certainly could see warmer temperatures on once again. You look at the data and Over the past couple of decades. Most of the U. S has warmed annually and will that lead to more heat waves? Um, yeah, probably place like Newark, New Jersey, hit an all time high temperature in the low 100. Late last week, and that was the warmest that there have been so early in the season. So we're starting to see a lot more of that to record high temperatures and all time record high temperatures or as hot as it's been so early in the season type of temperatures occurring more and more I'm Ryan Gorman. With Weather Channel meteorologist Race stage doing a summer weather preview for you. And now let's switch over to hurricane season back in 2020 last year, a record breaking hurricane season Can you put into perspective just how significant That hurricane season was well significant enough that we went through the entire Greek alphabet and right, the National Hurricane Center in the World Meteorological Organization now Eliminated. Um the Greek alphabet will just start a new set of storms with the A storm. I believe if we get through this year's list of names, and from the start, we're off to a little bit ahead of schedule from last year. Really looks possible doesn't mean that this trend is actually going to continue. But right now, red hot button topics All right now for 2021 hurricane season is officially underway. Obviously, as we're monitoring Elsa right now, But what were the expectations going into this year's hurricane season with a four and above average season, much like last year? Well on average between 1991 in 2020. There is a total of 14 named storms. Seven hurricanes. Category three or higher Hurricanes is usually at three. Have predictions from Colorado State University and the Weather Channel, both going above that in the high teens, 17 and 19 named storms respectively with eight hurricanes and four major hurricanes and Help. I do think that these totals match should be increased, considering well off to, um and above average start and there's no indications right now that will see unfavorable conditions, at least in the next week or two and the Atlantic maybe a little bit of a low coming, but certainly as we go through the coming months to reach the peak of hurricane season in and around September, 10th Right now. The expectations is for it to be another busy 11 of the factors that plays into hurricanes is the water temperature and program. What are we seeing in the Atlantic and the Gulf when it comes to Favorable conditions for storms to not only developed but to develop and intensify well in parts of the central Atlantic. Actually, there are some temperatures that are at or slightly below where they normally are this time of year, But There's also plenty of 80 plus degree water just south of that, just south of the Kabul Verde islands, where our latest storm has come out of in the setting on off toward the west of the track of where we have Elsa right now, it is.
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"All right. Thanks very much. It's uh 8 11. Let's get king of our weather forecast or whether China neurologist is race stage. Good morning, three. Ray and Jimmy. Good morning, and you know, right on cue again this morning. I'm Seen some more showers and embedded thunderstorms come through of thunder and lightning around north Miami beach and pretty close to Surfside. Um, if you're not getting rain, I'll tell you what were. The site is there for the rescue recovery? The cleanup. Um it's pretty darn close. So it's right there. There's some yellow showing up some darker reds, especially to the northwest. I think we stay in this rain chance here throughout the daytime hours, probably for the rest of week. I don't see too much meteorologically changing so about 50 to 60% chance of showers and thunderstorms the next few days, probably right on through Friday, so that may keep chapters down. But the humidity is up there, so I wouldn't say it's a pleasant air mass. Um, and everybody think it's some rain by the end of week. If you haven't already yesterday, some of the totals that approach an edge somewhere less than a quarter of an inch. So more of the same year over the last hour, which some of the earlier rain that went through at 0.13 at the Frost Museum of Science and 0.38. At the airport, so I just adds up more rain around high speed wipers. Low speed travel If you hit it, Danny's actually remnant low now moving over Alabama but a 40% chance of a wage helping out over the central Atlantic that we keep have to keep her eyes on over the next five days. Sounds good to me. All right. Thanks. Very we're talking next hour. CNN, all right? The Supreme Court decided not to take up a case of a transgender student. Um,.
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"Of have that. That over tan smell Just all right. It is 7 45. Raised a check from the weather Channel joining us now. Who is? Unfortunately, Danny didn't make it, huh? That's too bad. Well made it. But then it didn't. It was like hearing gone. Out out over Alabama is a remnant low, Believe it or not, I didn't expect much influence here didn't have much, but we stay in this kind of rich tropical air masses flow off. The Atlantic gives us that chance of showers today, especially this afternoon, otherwise sunshine he wanted that and mix of clouds and sun. Upper eighties low nineties Tonight in the seventies tomorrow clouds sun, most of us just above 90 same thing on Thursday, as we do stay dry and hot and humid, bigger changes coming for Friday in the upcoming weekend. Showers and thundershowers scheduled around Friday. Highs low eighties I'm not going to the upper seventies on Saturday with a good chance of showers and thunderstorms and maybe some heavy rain and Good news for a little change on Independence Day earlier. Look, the front would be a little slower and massive rain at least today, Casey, it says clouds Sun China very nice in the low eighties for highs and lows in the mid sixties. So today tomorrow Thursday For the most part. Hazy, hot, humid upper eighties low nineties side of the front gets here. Some wet weather scattered around Friday Saturday, best chance of heavy rain Saturday. But by the fourth, we should have should have some drier weather settling in. It looks pretty good. Danny's done as we said rain over Alabama, but another wave Going through the Central Atlantic, and it's probably going to start soon. If that does get a name. There's a 40% chance of depression or storm there. It's going to be else. Uh And you know what That means? Oh, yeah. Horrible, horrible. Frozen jokes. Yeah, I've already posted a picture. Yeah, it's going to get old quick. Do you wanna build a snowman? Mother? Uh, yeah, I got a feeling Ross CV. Find that snake so little bite me. Somebody lost snow. We dude, we have somebody lost in the middle of town, A spitting zebra cobra. In your town? Yeah. In Raleigh, their associate? Well, yeah. So, like, right in the big residential.
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"I don't take much Mammy Beach too. So it might be getting wet at your house. Uh, Still chance of showers and thundershowers sticking with us today. 87 40% chance for tonight and tomorrow Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, So, um, yeah, I guess I'll take the rest of the week off because it doesn't look like much changing there. But I can't do that because I have to tell you about important things like Um Over the weekend. We had this sort of wave small area of low pressure 300 Miles east southeast of Savannah, Georgia. That actually, hurricane centers now slapped a 60% chance of that become a depression or a storm, and they're scheduled to investigate this afternoon. See if that does have a closed circulation so kind of snuck up on us. If it does develop, it would be quick. Um, maybe a depression. It's an invest area now. Maybe tropical storm. If it does, it would be Danny 30% chance on a wave that's come off the coast of Africa out across the central Atlantic. So things are starting to Get a little active. It's not terrible out in the Atlantic right now, but, uh, a couple of things. Yep. Sorry. Yeah, that second wave your right? Yeah, you know, Yeah. Yeah, really. That second wave that then on that seems like it's got much of a chance to do much. No, not at this point, a lot of lot of dry air Saharan dust layer in the Atlantic, which is typical for this time of year, and that's not the time of year we looked that way. All right. It's kind of cooler. Yeah, the water is a little bit cooler than average. If anything does develop to it would be the one closer to home because Climatologically, um that's the areas that's more favored for this time of year. Climate to logic. Yeah, absolutely. And they have to teach you that. Yeah, Yeah. Good word to your next. Thank you. Yeah. All right. Thanks very much. We'll talk to you. Um, Next hour, CNN, okay? Yep. Glad you had a great weekend. Well. Former President Donald Trump spoke at a Save America rally in Ohio Saturday night, his first campaign style rally since leaving the White House. We won the election in 2020. Who the hell knows what's going to be in 2024? We won't even have a country left. We're not gonna have a country left. Oh, God, we don't figure it out what.
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"Earlier for you are their National party without the nationalist everything. Semantic point, Mr Speaker, but they think they're trying to claim that they pioneered the living wage. I don't think that's right. Mr Speaker, I I seem to remember that it was a certain mayoralty in London that massively Increased the living wage when they went off the starting blocks. Mr Speaker, in which case, let's go down to Somerset was ready on the starting blocks with little Granger. Mr Speaker. Thank you. As always. I am delighted. My vulnerable friend is defending democracy by pushing ahead with local elections. But here in the land of King Alfred, the people desperately want to give their verdict on Somerset County Council, which I'm afraid has been using coded money to spend all things they're nothing to do with the pandemic. They have symmetry of the government form, which is present. Nothing. And I fear that my right or my friend has been misled. We need a referendum down here. The test public opinion. Quickly, but would my right honorable friend of proud man of Somerset, who understands history more than most of us not agree, the time has come to put our county back together and that we have the polar Somerset Being looked after by Somerset. I know King offered to prove in it. And I know the people of Somerset will certainly support the prime minister if he supports us Prime Minister Mr Speak I I thank my run over a friend who's a great advocate of Somerset and committed to his constituents on I think of what he's doing. He's raised this now twice with me. Thank you for that. But my humbly suggest that the best way for It is further consultation to proceed and for local people to decide what the best form of government local government is that they they want, but said for our final question from Northern Island with Gregory Campbell record, Campbell Thank you, Mr Speaker. That prime Minister will roll out of the patterns. We want the bag over many months before the Lords Man protocol was introduced. His problems have shoved him to get worse from April. Can you let my timeline when people of 1000 Island and indeed all across the UK, as indicated in the empowerment petition last week when all this control free treated across the nation, including from G B T. Ana as every other independent trading nation in Joyce? I mean, yes, indeed. Mr Speaker, and I've made it absolutely clear to Are you friends and partners that we want to make our relationship work, But it is also absolutely essential that there should be untrammeled free Trade Exchange of goods People services in capital through all parts off the UK on day we will do everything we can to ensure that that is the case, including aside I've said in the chamber Before and to his honorable colleagues, including in vocal invoking article 16 of the protocol If that is necessary and suspending the house for three minutes to enable the necessary arrangements for the next business been made order House Speaker Lindsay Oil ending this week's prime minister's questions with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, former diplomats joined a panel of foreign policy experts at the Atlantic Council to discuss the current state of relations between the US and Russia and Ukraine. This happened earlier last week. Again organized by the Atlantic Council. Good morning and Good afternoon. Good evening. My name is John hurts the night when you raise the Central Atlantic Council. We have a wonderful conversation for you today With Sting was set of Panelists. Question is can prison by and get Mr Putin out of Ukraine. It's nearly seven years since Moscow began its aggression, Ukraine Seizing Crimea illegally in February 2014 Mr Biden's phone call with Mr Putin earlier the smokes, said that he's not going to let Russia run roughshod over American interest anymore. Without serious American push back. The question is, What does this mean for the war that Moscow's we're waging in Ukraine's East and done boss? Our panels today include David Kramer. Is a senior fellow at Florida International University of Flock Club, Havel said Program for Human Rights and democracy Dr Hanish unless the director of the security studies program of the foreign policy Councils, Ukrainian president Bastard Alexander Verse Palace things for what Atlantic Council's so cross center and his former U. S ambassador to Moscow and former deputy secretary general of NATO Analgesia Anouk, former defense minister of Ukraine, So I'd like to begin the conversation. With a question for for Andrea, please. Could you describe the military situation done, boss right now. And what do you think Moscow will do with a tougher U. S Administration power? Hello, John. Thank you very much for inviting and hello, everybody. So, uh, situation is obviously eyes getting more chance than in the second half of their of the last year. We already have. Uh, four soldiers were killed, Uh, from from the start of the year on duh in with direct combat, And there's two persons for diet recently on on the left might On every day we record a to least like several of the violations of the means crazy and informing. I see Generally speaking way clearly see that things are getting more tests. The question is where it gets, too, So we way obviously can have different scenarios and that Aziz. You know, there's been a huge operation in Russia regarding the closing of the channels. Three channels, which belong to To the opposition. Look members remember of Parliament's on Wilson got sanctions, Mr. Exposing the thing is that security service been following this case for a police half a year? The fact that he was financing the channels from the from the so called in Eleanor Indiana companies registered in those territories. There's a big operation Russia We believe that they would be responding with something. We obviously don't know what David responding. But if to draw parallels from the previous times, there should be some some Some innovative way off showing that, Howard said they are about that. S o. But actually, it may be in the reflected in Warren don't best but also in the situation and specifically needs from Ukraine. Potentially, it could be something else, but but certainly we expecting that they would believe the kind of attention with would go up. Um, but generally speaking, the whole situation is is being drawn from the from the standards that the Minsk agreements and means process is pretty much stolen. And it's not moving anywhere for for some time, and I'm personally in touch with a few members of this contract group, which is, uh, Which they clearly saying that the Russians basically eyes basically doing whatever they can in order to simply separate ties, the whole process and there's not much happening there because Because generally there is ah, real lack off intention of actually facing. I mean, well, finding the solution. Obviously, they can reach some agreement. If this if this agreement is Purely on the Russian terms. But unless that's the case, then I guess the situation got stuck. So, uh, Russians know very well that that the government of Ukraine is showing the ceasefire as one of the one of his achievements. And indeed, last year in 2020, we had a relatively small number off lost in the battle. We have, like way have lost 50. 50 and service people that's obviously way less than in 2019 and so on. So we were way do have. Ah, we do have a progress in this. 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Tropical Storm Epsilon forms in Atlantic, becomes 26th storm of 2020 hurricane season
"In the Central Atlantic, the latest in what has been a very active hurricane season. The storm has maximum sustained winds there 40 miles an hour. The US National Hurricane Center says additional strengthening is expected and Epsilon is forecast to be at or near hurricane strength by early Thursday. The storm is centered about 730 miles southeast of Bermuda, and it's currently stationary on Wall Street. The Dow down by
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Hurricane season runs out of names, moves on to Greek alphabet
"In the Atlantic are coming in fast and furious this week. The thing is, we've got more than 70 days left in the hurricane season, but we've run out of names down on the list for this year's her Now we're in the Greek alphabet. National Hurricane Center today, saying sub tropical storm Alfa has formed off the coast of Portugal and no threat to us that's pretty far out. But another new storm Wilfred has formed today in the eastern Atlantic as well. That one sitting about 600 miles to the west of the Combover T Islands that one expected to weaken the tropical depression. 22 sitting in the Gulf of Mexico, and forecasters are watching that one because right now the Texas coast could be in the cross hairs, maybe sometime this weekend. And of course, we have Hurricane Teddy to getting even stronger as it makes its way through the central Atlantic. Category three storm right now could see Bermuda getting a direct hit in the next few days.
Passengers injured after "extreme" wind hits cruise ship
"The White House. Some passengers on a cruise ship off the east coast were injured when a strong wind hit the ship. The Norwegian escape it. Just. You got a seven day cruise taking off from New York City headed for its first stop along Florida's central Atlantic coast. When it ran straight into a sudden, unexpected extreme gust of wind about one hundred fifteen miles an hour. It was enough to till the ship almost completely on its side. According to passenger Samantha foster who posted on Facebook about holding onto the bed. So she wouldn't fall out. She describes glassware. Smashing to the floor passengers in life, jackets, screaming and crying. And a lotta machine that fell on a woman are waging says there are injuries, but the boat is fully operational and is continuing on
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Passengers injured after "extreme" wind hits cruise ship
"In the movie Titanic. They sang my heart will go on aboard the Norwegian ship escape, they're saying the crews will go on the escape had just begun a seven day cruise taking off from New York City and headed for its first stop along Florida's central Atlantic coast when ran straight into a sudden unexpected extreme gust of wind about one hundred fifteen miles an hour. It was enough to tilt the ship almost completely on its side. According to passengers Samantha foster who writes on Facebook about having to hold onto the bed to keep from falling out. We says there are injuries, but the boat is fully operational and is continuing on with the
Restaurant companies at greatest risk as Hurricane Florence bears down
"Femurs, urging people in the path of hurricane Florence to prepare for a massive storm FEMA associated administrator. Jeff Baird says that Florence is dangerous. Hurricane force is strong storm to target the Carolinas in this part of our country. In decades, we will experienced power outages. We will have infrastructure damage. There will be homes damaged there will be debris on the roads. The category. Four storm is expected to hit the Carolina coast Thursday night into Friday morning, large swells, generated by Florence continued to impact east coast of Florida generating rough surf and a high risk of life threatening rip currents in addition to hurricane Florence. Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center are monitoring hurricane Helene a category. Two storm in the eastern Atlantic. And in the central Atlantic Isaac is now a tropical storm, but it's expected to become a hurricane as it heads into. The eastern Caribbean. See over the next couple
North Atlantic Subtropical Storm Ernesto to pose no threat to land
"Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center watching a, sub tropical storm forming over the central Atlantic eight. Fifty w. f. t. ELS Karen Curtis tells us the storm is Threat to land. Sub tropical storm are Nesta was the fifth named storm at the. Two thousand eighteen Atlantic hurricane season is currently about. Seven hundred miles south east of Newfoundland moving slowly northward, imposing no threat to land maximum sustained winds, of forty miles an hour some strengthening is expected we're enjoying a milder subtropical hurricane season due to cooler ocean temperatures according to whether
Boys' lack of diving skills delaying cave evacuation, authorities say
"Of the spurs big three who along with tim duncan and manu ginobili led the silver and black to four nba championships rescue workers continue their efforts to free the twelve members of a boy soccer team and their coach trapped in a cave in thailand the mood this rescue operation has become more subdued following the death of one of the volunteers but what hasn't wave it is the professionalism and dedication of all at the teams involved there is though an increasing sense of urgency we've learned that the levels of oxygen caves where the boys are tracked is deteriorating there's also still the threat of more bad weather heavy monsoon rains are looming forecast in the next twenty four hours china's calling it the biggest trade warren economic history and striking back at the latest us tariffs following the imposition at midnight of us tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth of chinese goods china immediately retaliated by imposing a similar twentyfive percent tariff on five hundred forty five us products including cars and soybeans china's commerce ministry also said it had launched a new complaint with the world trade organization the us tariffs are the result of president trump's efforts to protect american jobs and stop what he calls unfair transfers of american technology and intellectual property to china the us had a record three hundred seventy five billion dollar trade deficit with china last year borough the first hurricane of our season is a little stronger and more menacing to the caribbean meteorologists at the national hurricane center robbie burg says while it's currently a category one storm in the central atlantic it's now packing eighty mile per hour maximum sustained winds continue to strengthen the next couple.
Two tropical depressions likely in Atlantic by end of week
"In the atlantic channel nine meteorologist rusty mcranie track in this one tropical depression number two has formed in the central atlantic ocean about two thousand five hundred miles from central florida in the short term it could strengthened slightly into a tropical storm it would have the name barrel but in the longer term upper level winds are forecast to become very unfavorable and more than likely this system will dissipate early next week before reaching the lesser antilles islands this has no threat to florida it was convicted last week of killing his five year old son now in orange county man will spend the rest of his life behind bars jury recommending a life sentence without parole for lavar senior for the murder of darrell the bunt junior back in two thousand thirteen prosecutors say beat his son to death after the boy got into a fight at school defense teams argue that a traumatic brain injury minivan senior wasn't thinking clearly the jury says they didn't have evidence in the case to support the death penalty state attorney brad king and assistant state attorney ryan williams with no comment as they left the courthouse kevin refused ninety six point five w uhhuh and everyone's talking about this one a woman who scaled the base of the statue of liberty and a fourth of july immigration protest in court today in new york times she cooperated enough that she climbed down the ladder she had earlier threatened to push over abc's jim dolan says she's protesting children parents separating at the border charges included trespassing and disorderly conduct but scott as we said before she risked her life yes she did yeah and she's lucky to be alive and by the way keep those open mics on that story and others coming of course we are following this breaking news out of titusville titusville police and w f tv channel nine telling is that this benjamin hoven has been taken into custody this is the guy suspected of rape and kidnap in castleberry last weekend more coming up it is twelve thirty five here at news ninety six point five wdbo that your weather and traffic every six minutes.