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A highlight from EP134 How to Prioritize UX and Security in the Cloud: UX as a Security Capability
"Hi there, welcome to Cloud Security Podcast by Google. Thanks for joining us today. Your hosts here are myself, Timothy Peacock, the Senior Product Manager for Threat Detection here at Google Cloud, and Anton Chubakin, a reformed analyst and senior staff in Google Cloud's Office of the CISO. You can find and subscribe to this podcast wherever you get your podcasts, as well as at our website, cloud .google .com slash podcasts. If you enjoy our content and want it delivered to you piping hot every Monday, please do hit that subscribe button. You can follow the show, argue with your hosts and the rest of the Cloud Security Podcast listeners on LinkedIn. Anton, I am delighted about today's episode because it's one of those ones where we had high expectations, and then I think it really just kicked into a special gear throughout the course of the recording. It felt great. It did feel great, and I can tell you that my impression is that we'll have a solid episode, but we actually have a magically good episode as a result. So the result is just like that much better. And it's also a topic that kind of maybe not doesn't trigger people, but it's a topic that confuses and befuddles people in the industry, right? Cloud security, security. Yeah. And we have somebody who really knows how to make it come to life. And I think for maybe the more cynical listeners we have, you might look at the episode title and go, that doesn't exist in my industry. And this episode is maybe designed as balm for those people to talk about. No, it really should. And we're really trying, and this is how we're thinking about that problem. So perhaps with that intro listeners, let's turn things over to today's guest. I'm delighted to introduce today's guest today. We are joined by Steph Hay, director of UX for Google Cloud Security. Steph, first off, thank you so much for joining us today. I'm delighted to have you here because I work with your team all the time. And I think of the PMs in cloud security. I may be one of the more UX oriented ones. It's important to me, and I think it's important, but for a lot of people, UX and security kind of go together like peanut butter and pickles, and they just don't get it. So maybe, could you, could you tell us about the importance of UX in security? You bet. Pickles and peanut butter, is that what you said? Not a good combination. It's the opposite of peanut butter and chocolate. That's his metaphor of the day. No. Anyway, I mean, it was a big reason why I got into security in the first place, having been on the receiving end of working for a company that was doing its very best and experienced a data breach. And just sort of in, you know, a split second realizing that a usability challenge where like a thousand notifications went off at the same time and no human could parse through those thousand notifications. And by then the perpetrator had already been in and out. Well, that seemed like a usability challenge for sure. And so that was sort of one moment for me. But there are just countless moments of, you know, somebody really trying their best and having a hard time understanding something both presents a really good obstacle for a bad guy. But also, there are a lot of good guys who are trying to make security, make more secure outcomes for their organizations. They're having a hard time doing it without the right tooling design for them. So that's why I think UX and security are more like peanut butter and jelly, Tim. They should be where you can make security understandable and usable and still also have the right hurdles for the bad actors who are trying to exploit it. And that's the security challenge that I think we all face. So to sort of pick on the theme, I think that the whole uneasy relationship, I'm not going to go to the peanut butter and pickles, frankly. I don't know. This to me sounds a little as my four year old would say, yucky. But idea the is that there's an uneasy relationship. And sometimes it feels like bad or inferior or bad UX is almost like a security problem. Because in your scenario, when there are many alerts, they're produced and shown in such a way that a human cannot comprehend them. Ultimately, the UX designer is almost like a guilty party in the breach, almost like the almost a little far. Oh, I'm pushing the little far. But like, what's your take on this? How can we, like, if bad UX is problematic from security point of view, why aren't we in security don't pay more attention to it? Well, I think we are. I mean, there's a reason why I'm here for sure. But generally speaking, I think it's actually bigger than security. Generally, enterprise tooling has not gotten the same TLC from a user experience perspective as consumer facing products. And I think that's, you know, having seen this in multiple different contexts. One of the opportunities for user experience as an industry is to come into what are the operational tooling that practitioners need to do their jobs every single day. Security is one of them. But you can imagine, like, you know, workflow management for anything that is highly complex. When you think about doing something like that, where I might not actually be the end user every single day, versus something like another music sharing service, or, you know, whatever that I might actually use every single day, my job as a designer is actually much harder. So it's harder, I think, to attract and retain UX practitioners in spaces where they're not the everyday end user, and they're not actually practicing, in this case, security. So the opportunity, I think, which we're obviously exploring here in Google, is to bring the right UX thinking and do the right research with end users, in our case, what are the stock admins doing, what are the stock engineers doing to try to get their jobs done and to focus on their jobs to be done and to enable them through better tooling, is in the enterprise space, I think it's newer, sort of elevate user experience as a primary part of the development process. And certainly for UX practitioners to be working in that space, it's a little bit newer, at least in a critical mass where you've got UX design and research and writing and prototyping and like the same kind of full stack design team that you would have for a consumer facing app that's been doing it for 30 years. There's something in there. Consumers, I'm going to talk over Tim this time, I'm sorry, Tim, I insist, because you said something that I've been trying to have us use more, and us in this case means Google, because you pointed out that in some consumer facing app, we do amazing amount of that. And it really pays off. But in enterprise slash securities areas, we haven't until recently. So it's kind of a reason why our consumer, Google's consumer kind of focus originally is a strength, not a weakness. Because our UX is in fact superior and should withstand the testing by billions if it's a consumer facing app. Well, and that's why I also think like we see startups in the security space in particular who have been investing in their user experience right from the jump, because they can actually differentiate by taking a more consumer centric approach. Whereas maybe for, you know, others, us included in several areas, we focus more on the developer who might not actually even be using a UI, we might be looking for the person who's going to be integrating at the API level, not thinking about what the end user experience is going to be for the practitioner who's new, you know, two years down the road, and that got us up and running, but it's not good enough anymore to compete with those startups. I'm really interested in something else you said there, and I'll accept Anton talking over me, it's allowed to happen sometimes. You talked about motivating UX people, and the motivation here, but you also talked about your motivation of getting into this around being present when a data breach happened and the challenges there. How important is like mission orientation in the people that you're hiring and retaining and making successful in these roles? How do you get UX people who could work on an app that's used by billions versus work on apps that are used by thousands? Yeah, it's a great question, a daily challenge, and everybody's different. Okay, so our mission is to make security understandable, so we can deliver peace of mind to customers worldwide. And speaking, generally for like I shared my example, right, but for the way the world is moving to the cloud, everyone at the end of the day is going to benefit, and especially the UXers on our team, who are at the sort of forefront of designing these experiences, everyone is going to benefit from having more secure organizations in the cloud, everyone. And that's not a hard sell, when you are flying every day, your healthcare companies, your governments, like all of these organizations that have your data, want to protect your data. And our team, our collective cross -functional team, are at the forefront of designing the tooling to fortify that data and yet make it accessible to the right people, so that they can do a better job of fortifying it as the sort of cybersecurity landscape continues to face new challenges every day. So what is your story? Like, why did you come here? Everybody's is different, right? But at the end of the day, if you are not actually motivated to secure the world's data, and by saying that like your own, it's probably not a long -term gig for you. That actually makes sense. And I think to me, this is probably a good test, right? For people coming in, do they have that part of the story? But let me try to go into the devil advocate mode a little bit. And of course, sometimes here at Google Cloud, we have people who express the view that security should be invisible. And sometimes when that's naively heard, that means there's no UX, because there's no X, you don't interact, you don't have an experience, it's invisible, so you're magically secure. And of course, we can do this for like hard drive encryption, or some other areas where things are magically secure. And that's all there is to it. There's no UX. But how do you kind of harmonize the desire for invisible security with the desire for superior UX? So say mistakes don't happen. So what are the intersections here? Yeah, it's such a great question, Anton. Thank you. I wrote that question. I wrote that. Tim wrote this question. So that's very good. Thank you for catching. There's a sort of basic trust and need for control that's at the heart of that reaction, I think, right? I don't trust that anybody except me as a security engineer who's been doing this, let's say for 20 years, knows this environment as well as I do, I have to sort of verify everything. I don't want a system doing it on its own. No way. Right? So like the controls and the trust have to be, the affordance has to be obvious in the user experience. And so I do think we should be taking away some of the toil that keeps that person from focusing on the more specialized, complex tasks that they're really trained to do. And so when I think about invisible security, I think, how far can we move the toil? How much toil can we remove from the manual experience that the security practitioners are used to doing but still enable them to retain their control? And so we might say, hey, we think that you should, like let's take some of our Gen AI capabilities, right? We think that you should do this and this based on this. We're making it really transparent why we're making that recommendation. That's also to boost trust. Do you want this to happen? Yes or no? That little bit of a UX construct there, which we're all used to in life, is going to do two things. One, it's going to enable that end user to retain control. And two, it's going to teach us whether or not our recommendation was right and whether that person actually took that action, which would help us make better recommendations, by the way. So I think we have to get that lifecycle, that feedback loop really crisp, so that we can actually bake more security into controls into the the applications that folks are using every single day. So from my side, I'm happy that you're not just building chatbots. I think that I think that people who over over over -indulged on the chatbots a little bit, and I've met some of them and I think that, yeah, okay, you're smiling. So that's good. By the way, that past life though, like early conversational AI work in a regulated company, that was another thing that taught me about the importance of data privacy and how to go about ensuring that somebody's sessions are retained. But maybe, you know, in a case of a voice -based experience that you're not saying things out loud without getting particular sort of permissions from the end user, because in fact, that might be a data privacy issue. If a voice -based object is saying things like, I don't know, your cash balance or something like that, right, in a banking app, sort of in a scenario. But anyway, so I am a big fan of chatbots. So Anton, I'm like, I'm just saying that not all security should be done in there probably, that's for sure. I love that because, well, who hasn't made fun of Google for building yet another chat app and what PM and UX pair at Google has not aspired to do it themselves. I want to shift gears a little bit and talk, if we could, about your time at Google and maybe what you've seen happen here. You've been here two and a half years now, and I bet you've seen a lot of design reviews. Can you think of one, like the best single UX change you've seen that would improve security outcomes? I think it's easy for us in security to think about, oh, what will sell, what will do this, but actually changing security outcomes is hard. Have you seen a UX change that really moves that needle for you? Oh yeah, and this is a big hat tip to a former guest that you had, I think, Vandy, original UX researcher switched to PM. On my team now. Pickled to a peanut butter, I guess, I don't know. That's right. Yeah, our IAM recommender is one example where, in context, people don't want to be over -permissioned, but at the end of the day, if they're trying to unblock somebody, they have this really bad habit of giving somebody more permissions than they really deserve or need. And something like IAM recommender, which analyzes the last 30 days of your activity and suggests which things might be over -permissioned, actually drove about 43 % fewer over -grants. The average is 69 % of folks. So this is for folks in context of their experience going to IAM. There's lots of opportunities to integrate those IAM recommendations throughout the experience where folks might not be having to go to IAM to see that. And that's been a big change in the way that that team has been integrating that service throughout GCP so that we can actually get to more of a least privileged state by default. That's one example. Another one, though, I'm just going to throw on there, too, is reCAPTCHA Enterprise. The experience onboarding itself was a little onerous at first, and they just made some changes to that because people didn't even know that they hadn't fully installed reCAPTCHA and weren't getting the full benefits of that sort of broad capability on their site. So some changes to the onboarding experience combined with some simple email updates. No, this wasn't the grand change of an entire experience. There's a small micro -moments using some of the user data at our disposal and introducing great user experience in the context of what they're trying to get done, which improves their security outcomes. So we've seen a big jump in the number of people who've actually finished the full install and are now actually getting protected by reCAPTCHA Enterprise. How's that? Two? Those are great examples. I only asked for one. So extra credit and double extra credit for calling out Vandy, who's among my favorite colleagues on the SCC team. Yeah, okay, good. Nice. And I think that I love the reCAPTCHA recommender example because it's also felt like it does this kind of AI magic in a very kind of non -annoying, helpful manner. And that means that, I mean, obviously I'm very far from a UX designer, but I felt like a UX designer captured the essence of what they're trying to solve. Yeah. Because it's like helpful, but not annoying. Not like, yeah, I'm not going to give any examples from our project, but they're likely done elsewhere. No, it's such a good example because I was talking to a very secure user just last week, and they were describing this kind of like security paradise. You know, they've got this control, they've got this system, they've got this operating model. And then they described some particular challenge, and I'm like, well, why is that hard? Why can't you just not give them the permission to do that? And after describing this beautiful universe, they said, oh, well, every engineer in our org has a project owner. Wow. And I was like, how does that fit with the rest of your model? And they explained why it did, because velocity is very important to them. But it was so funny to see a user go from like A +, A +, A +, to, wait a minute, hang on? Yeah, not exactly zero trust, or maybe a culture of full trust. I don't know. But, I mean, this is really the crux, back to this question about invisible security, too, but this is the crux of user experience design, which is to understand the intent of what somebody is trying to achieve, their job to be done, and to infuse in context of that particular workflow the right thing at the right time, the thing that is contextually relevant to them, that tells them before they make the choice what's about to happen so they understand the implication of that choice, and they can make that choice more confidently, and quite frankly, I think, in the enterprise design space, there has been more of a focus on UI than user experience. As long as I have a dashboard, as long as I have a dropdown, as long as I have a button, I'm good. And that's not what we experience from the consumer applications, which are designed around workflows, and that's why I think our opportunity and what we've been doing more and more is designing for workflows, for these jobs to be done, end to end, instead of sort of point UIs. I hate to jump in and ask this question. Steph, what's the difference in UI and UX for the people following along at home? Because I think I know, but you just said they're different, and I would love to know how you see them as different. I know we don't have 30 minutes to cover that, just real quick. Don't worry about it. This is some of the nuance probably in the UX community, but user experience, you want to think about something like the services, the blueprint of the workflow that you go through when you're trying to get a job done. The UIs are the mechanisms. User interface are the mechanisms by which you might actually go through that workflow. And so user experience should think about, and user experience research as well, what are all of the touch points that may or may not actually require me to be in, let's say, a dashboard. Maybe it's in my email, maybe it's my alert, maybe there's actually no UI here, but that's part of the user experience. Oh, so, wait, wait, wait. Let's see. If I don't have UI because I access system over API, I still have UX. You do. Haha. So in that sense, that's the answer, right? Like, oh yeah, I'm going to use CLI, which means not UI, right? That's right. That's right. So the user experience, and it's not to say a UI engineer wouldn't do this too, but the roles can be interchangeable, as you said too. PMs can do this too, right? But generally, what are the front and back of house expectations of the touch points? We might call them a journey, we might call them a job to be done, that somebody should traverse through, which may include, for example, an API or CLI, not just a GUI. When we say UI, I think we generally think of GUI, though, graphical user. So I want to latch on, though, this actually makes sense, and I think it was helpful. So I guess, especially for the security audience, right? Because who may not know, you may assume it's the same, right? I want to clarify something for Steph and our listeners. I guess this was helpful. This was actually quite helpful. Thank you for sharing. Was it a compliment? Excellent. This is actually really helpful. That was a compliment. It's a translation thing. Yeah, the actual word always throws me off a little bit. I've worked with Anton a long time. Now I'm happy to be the Anton whisperer. Got it. Thank you. That was a compliment. So we are doing a little bit of Anton psychotherapy on the air, and I think that's not exactly the best use case podcast, for the but to latch on to something that Steph said, and it was the jobs to be done. So I guess I do work for Cesar, so I'm not involved with product as much. But once I was dragged into the product discussion and there was a lot of JTBD things there, and I had to kind of learn, teach myself what that is. And when I was learning this new approach for jobs to be done, I kind of kept thinking, well, it's kind of mostly about use cases, but can you explain jobs to be done as an approach and maybe explain how it helps? And Tim, who wrote this question as well, has a really good side question for this, which I will ask kind of on his behalf. It's like, if you use this approach, what gets better? Yeah. Like if we adopt JTBD, what gets better? Yeah. So I've had a lot of success using the jobs to be done approach after Anthony Olweck and a whole host of people published this in the first place as a framework. So I would just encourage everybody to check out. It's an industry framework with lots of smart people having contributed to it. But what I found is that, generally speaking, well, two things. One is, and I even said this earlier and kicked myself a little bit for doing it, but when we think about user experience, I have found in my career that people say, what's the end -to -end experience, which sort of suggests that there's a start and a stop. And I think, first of all, in user experience, that's a bit of a false construct. User experiences are largely endless, at least when we're talking about somebody moving throughout their day. So how do you design a system that can sort of pick up and drop off and pick up again and drop off versus this idea of start and stop finite? And that's where something like jobs to be done is very helpful, is because it considers that there's this ultimate motivation that somebody has to do and that certain technologies come out to support that motivation over time and that those technologies get better and better. And that people will not adopt you if you are actually not providing the service for them as they're going throughout their day that supports them best. So as an example, to take it way back, originally, the only way to get from point A to point B was with your feet, and then there were like horses, and then somebody invented the wheel. And this is sort of the advancement of technology, right, and then it got to be like cars and bikes and cars and airplanes. And generally speaking, all of these advancements help somebody get from point A to point B, and we have the same sort of construct where photography is another example. I used to need to, you know, put a drape over my head and have a tripod on like a giant thing and like hold a thing up and it would like create smoke and that was how I took pictures and you had to sit still for 20 minutes or something like that and now we just walk around with, you know, phones in our pocket and those have cameras on them. These are the kinds of things that are, the jobs to be done have not changed at all. I need to get from point A to point B or I want to capture this memory, but the technology has. And it can shift user expectations. I think we have the same thing with security and back to this idea of invisible security, right, like the job to be done for an on -prem environment to secure that versus a cloud environment, that I still want to, it hasn't changed, I want to secure my organization, but the technology has changed and it has shifted the context by which I'm now going to execute that job and that's going to continue to advance. So jobs to be done, that was a very long explanation that I hope you'll edit out a bunch of. Not at all. Is a framework that keeps that sort of intent that life just continues to move on and on and it's a start and stop and new technology will come out, but my job doesn't really change. And that's a little different than something when I think about like how we might normally do software development where we have, I think, sometimes an over -focus on the UI. Well, somebody needs to be able to filter that thing. It's like, great, you don't need an entire user research team to do that, but why are they trying to filter that thing anyway and like are they only trying to filter that thing because we put that thing in front of them in the first place? What are they actually trying to get done? That has to be done keeps bringing us back to that ultimate motivation that enables us to design better user experiences for real humans. Okay, actually that did answer my narrow sub -question of that, namely the difference between that and the use case. So to me it became very clear that it's not like the filter would have a use case. Filter in the UI would have a use case, but the fact that filter is there and people use it in furtherance of some goal is part of the job to be done and the job may be whatever that is. And that that goal is somewhat invariant with respect to technology or change over time. You got it. You got it. It's completely agnostic. My goal is completely agnostic of the technology and I'm going to hire whatever technology is best to help me achieve that goal. So we better be good at creating technology if we want to win over and over again. I really like that answer. Steph, I hate to do this, but we're at the point in the show where I have to ask our traditional closing questions. First, do you have one tip for our audience to help them improve their maybe security UX journey other than check out all those awesome jobs to be done resources we're going to put in the show notes? And two, again, accepting that, do you have recommended reading? Yeah, I do think that jobs to be done, I have kind of the same answer to both of those questions, but I do think jobs to be done is a foundational way to improve any experience but the security experience especially and, of course, hire GCP. Why wouldn't you hire GCP for your security journey? I love that. I think we've gotten about 140 episodes in, listeners, without anybody saying that so directly, but we'll take it. Okay, cool. I'm glad I could break the ice. Steph, thank you so much for joining us today. Thank you for having me. Appreciate it. And now we are at time. Thank you very much for listening and, of course, for subscribing. You can find this podcast at Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever else you get your podcasts. Also, you can find us at our website, cloud .withgoogle .com slash cloudsecurity slash podcast. Please subscribe so that you don't miss episodes. You can follow us on Twitter, twitter .com slash cloudsecpodcast. 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"cesar" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
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If you're feeling the symptoms of Covid, then I have medication for you. Some of those doctors aren't allowed to prescribe that medication. If they do prescribe it. Some of the large pharmacies aren't filling the prescription. Yeah, Just ludicrous. Well, you know, uh, great distraction from the pandemic. We got rap beef. What? Yeah, Queen Latifah's got beef. Well, because you'd already been a little beefy. No, no, no. I mean, like she has is having a feud with another. It's the thing they say. These days. The kids are all I got A I got beef with Quinn's. They're fighting. Queen Latifah has beef with Cesar Millan. The dog, dude. Yeah, I know what you're thinking. He's not even a rapper. Right? Apparently. A woman is suing Cesar Milan after supposedly being attacked and injured by his pit bull Junior back in 2017, a woman you're not talking about. The Queen has a different woman. She claims the dog has a violent history and even killed one of Queen Latifah's dogs. Well, that ain't right. Maybe Cesar Millan didn't whisper loud enough when it came to his pit bull Junior because he's being accused of some pretty vicious stuff here, the woman accusing him as Lydia Matisse. Queen Latifah get in the middle of all this. Well, Lydia, says Cesar let junior roam free, even though he knew he was violent. In fact, Junior had allegedly mauled several dogs and even killed one of clean Latifah's dogs. She didn't say nothing about it, and Caesar tried to cover up the incident by claiming Queen Latifah's dog was hit by a car. Wow, when in fact it was murdered by his daughter. Murder. Well, you know, you could see why he would lie. If your whole schtick is that you keep people's dogs from being violent and dangerous, and then your dog went out and murdered a celebrity's dog. Kind of looks bad. Yeah, well, that's pretty bad, isn't it? It's 66 I love W J. Go ahead, caller. What do you got for us? Say I you all talking about HIV. That's word. Yes, we were. 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If someone hit you up on tinder claiming to be Shaquille O'Neal shocks having trouble getting a date is he would you believe it was really them? I mean, you know, someone is famous as Shaquille O'Neal. You wouldn't expect to be on tender. Well, apparently shocked, Tried tender, He said it didn't work out. He tried to date some people and they blew them off because they didn't believe it was really him. Maybe you dating are you like on tinder or anything like that? I heard you were on tinder at one point. I signed up for tender you did put in my name. I'm trying to make a person meet me and they didn't believe it was me. Nobody believe you're here like it's me. It's check for. No, you're not. You know those voices as shock would never be on this. Let's see how that might be kind of true. Same thing happened to Chris Rock. Second Chris Rock story in one show Cry. Chris Rock was on a dating app and no one believed it was him. And then one of his friends said to him, You know what if people just want to date you because you're Chris Rock? And he said, Well, I am Chris Rock. So that's kind of how they'd have to exactly match Colin from Houston. Go ahead, Matt. What do you got for us, Brother man? Yeah. Hey. Yes, sir. How you doing? Hey. So, what kind of going through the whole Kobe thing right now? I got it myself. And, uh, man, we've been trying to find a doctor to prescribe it, but when, fortunately found one online that can prescribe it and what she had told us. Uh, Saturday morning that CBS Walgreens have been told, Do not prescribe the medicine. It's coming in for Covid. So their new poll right now is prescribing it for parasitical. Uh, you got worms? Yeah, exactly. Exactly. Yeah, Hang on. Did you have some more mount? Go ahead. Dead were also find a lot of the pharmacy. Just don't have it or Man. I just don't want to talk to, you know, they got it. They're just not cutting it loose. Apparently, it's very difficult to get. You've got to go online. You could have an ordered. It's very hard to find at local pharmacies about at the feed store. Uh, well, remember, it's the ivermectin that they give to animals is a little different. But you can just take a drop and rub it behind your ear. Or, you know, uh, you know, a couple of dabs here now Kind of like putting on the perfume or something. All right. I'm very skeptical of what you just said. But I have a friend that does that. And he says it works. Oh, hell, yeah, but of course I have some crazy friends. So you wouldn't take medical advice from one of my drinking buddies. Would you take it from me? Okay. That's what that's crazy enough. Yeah, well, something to be said about that. I'll tell you what can the minutes you come down with your covid You come see me. Okay. Well, I don't have covid yet. Take care of you. Brett Eldredge recently encountered a live bear. Trying to open a trash bin in the garage. And who is this? Dude? Somebody y'all know Brett Eldredge is the country guy. I wouldn't know nothing about that. You don't know who he is, Uh, he found a bear. He found a bear out in his, uh, in his garage. They're just living there. And Asheville, North Carolina. That's America Country out there, probably black. Do you think it was a black bear? Yeah..
Odor, Cortes Help Yankees Beat White Sox 5-3
"The Yankees took the rubber match of their three game series with the white Sox getting two run homers by route NATO door and Luke voit in a five three victory in Chicago door put the Yankees ahead to stay with a blast in the second inning voice home run put New York ahead five one in the ninth Nestor Cortes was sharp over six innings allowing one run and seven hits for his first win since August two thousand nineteen Cesar Hernandez had a tough day for the white Sox committing three errors and heading into a game ending double play Andrew Vaughan Homer for the AL central leaders who have dropped four of five I'm Dave Ferrie
Rodón Strikes out 11, White Sox Blank Cubs 4-0
"Carlos Roshan pitched two hit ball and struck out eleven over five plus innings as the white Sox dumped the cubs for nothing rotan bounce back after losing consecutive starts for the first time this season you're one or twenty minutes for Mexico the workers comp and got me out early your little wanted to but freshman Cesar Hernandez and Jose Abreu hit solo homers for the white Sox who also got a two run double from you on Moncada four relievers finished up the five hit shutout cubs starter advert al's alive was reached for two runs over six and two thirds losing is a straight decision I'm Dave Ferrie
Goodwin Homers, White Sox Regroup to Beat Cubs 8-6 in 10
"Scoring four times in the tenth inning the white Sox defeated the cubs eight to six in a wild game that lasted nearly five hours Brian Goodwin had the big hit in the tenth the two run Homer with Gavin sheets and Tim Anderson getting RBI singles the Sox had taken a four one lead back in the eighth inning with a two run Homer by Cesar Hernandez but Antrel Rolle mine tied it with a three run Homer off Craig Kimbrel Kimbrel allowed four hits for just the second time in his career the last time being ten years ago in a Braves uniform David Shuster Chicago
Hernandez, Indians Top Astros 1st Time in 6 Tries This Year
"Cesar Hernandez broke a four four tie with a seventh inning home run in the Cleveland Indians five four win over the Houston Astros the Homer was his second hate and second RBI of the game and it came in response to a two run Astros rally the previous happening which tied the game Indians manager Terry Francona says Fernandes power has been a big boost this season is batting average lower than he's accustomed to but he's also Saddam sixteen home runs and a lot of my been big ones so it's certainly been helpful already commit finished two for three with a bases clearing double as the Indians avoid losing all seven games to Houston during the regular season I was able to they finished two for four with a home run and a double for the Astros Adams bowling Houston
Indians Rally in 9th, Top Mariners on Throwing Error in 10th
"Cesar Hernandez scored on a throwing error by pitcher Paul Sewald in the tenth inning completing the Indians rally for a five four victory over the mariners Hernandez also homered in the eighth after Cleveland fell behind for nothing ready Rivera tied it with a two run double in the ninth the Indians rallied after you secure Gucci limited them to three singles over the first seven frames Hank Fraley hit a two run Homer in the third and Dylan Moore had a solo shot in the seventh for Seattle James grant Jack worked a perfect tenth to get the win I'm Dave Ferrie
"cesar" Discussed on The Money Advantage Podcast
"Com will have this document. And all that downloadable very easily soon. But i'll i'll definitely send that link but on the proper recipe dot com. You can also get some resources and some interesting things on on how to move to that next level as well. We'll see so it's really cool to see you stepping into your uniqueness and your unique ability as well and i know i love watching you teach. I love watching you coach people. It comes completely natural to you. And you do it effortlessly. And it's it's a tremendous advantage for everyone who's listening so Do you have anything that you would say is specific advice for. Maybe the business owner right. Now that a sane. I have a team. I have a business. It's kind of going. Well how do i take this from something. That is maybe on trying to figure out. Do i need a better system or do any better marketing or do i need better Do i need to raise. My prices need facebook ads. The person who's may be saying. How do i grow this. What would you say the first thing that they should look at. And maybe it's not a strategy. Maybe it's something bigger than the strategy. But what would you say to a person hussein. What do i do next. I think i think like we tackle any big project and life firm business right. It's the first right step. That's what matters is just taking one small right step and what what this guide will help us do. And that's why we're coming. It's already done the resource guide and help do as well my stock and how. What's the next step. I need to so in this industry. We have you know resource. We have a blog posts have videos. We have programs can take got systems. They can do. We got different ways. So it's segmented so each stage are the things i need to get down packed so i can move to the next state kind get overwhelming and that's the thing right. It can get overwhelming. Because there's so many things. I need to do right now right but my my advice for everyone is just.
"cesar" Discussed on The Money Advantage Podcast
"Yup on the on. I'm prem the university is teaching. It's an online course. Teaching people in business so people who have a job on how to start a parallel business while they test it out and then move and tests the concept and all that so. It's it's more of an online platform there that's excellent. I'm really excited about these new businesses that you have and i'm really excited about the prophet recipe. I know you've been doing this since at least before i met you In so tell me who is this. Four what is the ideal business in. What is their stage right now. What type of challenges are they experiencing that you are solving for them in what. What is the ultimate outcome of working with you in the profit recipe got it. Yeah so the prophet recipe. We're looking for entrepreneurs who are who feel stuck in some way it could be stuck on. I just sold my business. Not sure what. I wanna do one. What's next. I don't know what's what's next in life. I don't know what i want to be when i grow up. Or they're growing their business but there it's taking too much from them like i don't people aren't doing what they're supposed to be doing. I'd have no clarity and visibility in my company. There's no like we all operate in silos and it's always laid feels like we're always putting out fires and we're not the firefighters were just putting out fires and we're not the fire station looking above the trees and you know kind of making sure so if you're feeling that you're overwhelm of you know there's no there's no true accountability rhythms meetings. You know what's what's going on. That's that's that's kind of our sweet spot. And then also you know people who want to have a community of of entrepreneurs who or leaders because it could be a leader with an entrepreneur leader within a company on i. I want to move the company forward. But i'm not sure how and i don't i want to have a voice. I want to bring health and team you know. And how do we create a conflict. You know pat patrick lynch yoni kind of concepts on how do we create functionality. And a team..
"cesar" Discussed on The Money Advantage Podcast
"Multiple businesses and just going through cycle of of of generating value in different ways. It was really interesting. Even hearing you differentiate business owner versus entrepreneur. I've actually heard it the opposite directions well with entrepreneurs more this you know big picture person. They have all the great ideas but the business owners. The person who's taking taken the ideas into a systematic way of living. And they're now in a position. Where they're they're profitable and the business functional. But what's interesting is that we always talk about being an entrepreneurially minded business owner. And i think we're we're talking the same language. When you say entrepreneur we say entrepreneurially-minded business owner yes. This is the person who is continuing to innovate. They're not just doing the same thing over and over and they they've been doing this for five years else the system in place. I'm just going to the motions. And i own the business. But we're innovating we're thinking about the landscape. The economy we're looking at the needs of people were saying. How do we change the dynamic of maybe even an entire industry that i'm in not just industry functions this way i have to do it this way. You're figuring out technology and you're figuring out new systems and that's where i think people get really creative but you also have so much capacity because there's no two people that are exactly the same in so there's really no competition when you find out your unique ability and plug that into being entrepreneurial a hundred percent i think in in in your reference. The business owner is your we probably stage for. You have a team. You have a business that works and it's generating valuable doing all these things and i think the entrepreneurial mindset is understanding your unique ability which is life by design and then going down the flywheel effect on innovation. New things that you can bring up the thing. So i think it's what what i call entrepreneur i think is is what you're calling. The entrepreneurial mindset business. Yes so caesar one of the things to tie all this life by design soanes fourth. You know. I've run into so many what i would call business owners you know. They bought themselves a job. Kinda like you did with your food business. You bought yourself a job. You're the lowest paid employee at that job and we have this idea that You have the struggle has to be hard. I mean it has to be a hard struggle for it to be successful and somehow we have been taught that mindset. You know that when you get into business don't expect to be profitable for three to five years. And we've actually had mike mccullough wits and bob stackhouse on on for profit. I say you know you if you structure it with not only the systems with the people you don't have to. You don't have to do that. The other thing is that when you are actually helping people With their entrepreneurial journey all often people are looking at it where they do getting the struggle. And they say oh. I just want to retire because they're tired of the struggle and when i say to them. Hey if we could remove things.
"cesar" Discussed on The Money Advantage Podcast
"My business all my time. All my energy all my money we talk about this all the time of year right so all the time. I'm investing in my business. I don't have savings on the other side. I don't have other things. So but then i got hit with this and i'm like what do i have to show for seven years of a lot of effort And and that's that's a year that it was two thousand twelve. And i said something needs to change so i went through this journey of self discovery and simon cynic y y y purpose and i i found person in new york ran biedermann. Who did the white though. I discovery with me and understood that my purpose was mostly around my people. It was running powering those around me so they could have the life they wanna live improve their life. And i realized i'm i was focused on product on the process on the system and not on my people and when i shifted that focus it just trigger right. I learned about yo ass i read traction how to empower my team how to build a healthier team how to be a better leader. I thought at that point i i needed to know everything and i needed a show everything so i think there was a big wake up moment. Two thousand thirteen was a huge year for me because it was like the the peak after the valley right. It's just but within one year we doubled in profit. We paid all the attorneys off. We paid over two hundred thousand dollars in attorney's fees at the end. She she got five hundred dollars which was all i wanted. She gets her attorney can get all the money in the world but then at the end you know it was the best thing that ever happened to me. It was a wakeup call on the way. I was approaching. Business away i was doing things was not the right approach mom since then. I sold that business two years ago onto two of my employees so we did open management in the business as well and they were able to be part of that i I started to new businesses. That are more aligned with my purpose. Empowering others so now i help entrepreneurs go through the.
Jill Biden, in California, Lends Support to Farmworkers Seeking Vaccinations
"Today on cesar chavez day first lady jill biden traveled to the central valley of california to visit the first headquarters of the united farm workers which has become a vaccination site for farm workers in california as president. Joe is fighting for those who often go unseen. He believes that our work must be guided by justice. And you manage and that's exactly the kind of immigration policy. He's working to build one that treats children and families with dignity and creates fair pathways to citizenship including essential workers.
"cesar" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
"And rides mckay's but then adults can look at the cars but then the winning nails done get a facial so we do those things with the 'cause i have a book that's coming out. That year may twenty two thirteen su trying to think of all the businesses. I wanna have a juice bother on angela and styles p in brooklyn does pretty well on so you know Hands in a little bit of everything in everybody has a job and everybody knows the job and even with the real estate. If it wasn't for season he's able to help me guide until me or you need to do this. You need to make sure this. Llc or you need to call account or you just got a ticket for not cutting the grass. You gotta pay ticket like. He's able to make sure that he gets it done and what we do. Is we bought office so that you know we're in the same space every day so we just bounce ideas off each other all the time. That's awesome. I was actually gonna ask how you can manage your portfolio off. Both you've got this question is yeah how. How does that work. Maybe a caesar have property managers. You have just all that in house like what's that look so right now. I have about thirty employees. I have about three project. Managers five property managers and a lot of contractors Brothers actually the property manager so his brother is the war dead he's number on properties in the probably goes and picks up the rent in this all broken or if anything like he takes care of all of that but again his to that is hard for me to like have a big team but certain parts of my life especially doubt. I do need more help. But it's kinda hard for me to like. let go. We'll have that army aware like mb. Has you know june. he has mercedes. I need a mercedes. But i'm so hands on that it's kind of is for me because pretty much at this point now. Meinhold deals right finding deals. But there's certain things that maybe i don't have to look at every single contract. Well i don't have to go. Every single appraisal. Single walk for light above free believes in chicago in the last couple months actually flew out there off for every single property when they gonna just facetime semi video. But i'm so hands on that. I need to touch everything you know. So i can't do have that issue and i need to let go a little bit more dude. I'm right there with you. I spent the whole weekend. Remodelling my closet into a little playroom by a sleeping room for my one year old saw mike i hire this out but i like i had to get in there and get my get my hands dirty in it though. I'm right there with you. Let's go man all right. Let's go one more question before we move on. I like this question occasionally was if you look at what was the greatest day of your and i'll say real estate investing life but if you wanna pivot that one to business life in general like what what. Day what memory. When you think batches makes you smile go yeah. That was a good day. i have to worry about. Bought his new house that about the move in aborted at one that one was a great one. And when i bought those properties in detroit not when i actually bought the properties but when as seen what they will work for year later i couldn't believe it you know we. We bought those properties for like ten to fifteen thousand of property and we sold them for about two sixty to ninety each now. Nothing or grants.
"cesar" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
"What what what about you have those people who maybe have a spouse that not supportive of their real estate or their their ambitions to get out of the left that they have now. There's like hey you know. I was raised. Blue-collar we wanna stay blue-collar forever this is what we are s perfect. His wife didn't believe it versus wife job. She tells me all the time. Just go drive a cab. The cavs in new york. The yellow coutts medallions was actually. My dad wanted me to get into the cab. Business too and i chose not to and from gardening house destroyed. You know auburn premature. Killed this new york city And all of them what. You're a dreamer blah blah blah. Get a job. I listen to them. You know people understand roasting is numbers if the numbers make sense numbers make sense anywhere in the country. You know the most important thing. Though that we're the reason that we are successful in real estate is because we buy under market value properties and add value to right. We know we're not talking about without teaching our seminar. You know buy barbies retail retail right. That's not what what teaching you make your money when you buy right because that's when you get.
"cesar" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
"And you buy the second you by the third and everyone's just pumping oil. When you die some day your kids get all those oil wells and current tax laws like the kids get stepped up tax basis and not paying taxes on on like all that. It's which may change but it it's just so well. That's why i was wondering if you guys have that vibe because i remember the first time that it clicked with me i felt like money's coming in from rental property or money's coming in from work but it hits you different when you know you didn't go trae time for that money. It's it's it's there's this sense of. I did all this work. And i have this thing that will now keep on paying that for me. Became the source of by addiction. I just wanted to get more and more of those. Because there was there wasn't a connection between me getting up driving to work punching a clock to get that money. It was a did a bunch of that work. Now it's just gonna come in and be was similar for you or was it something else that was driving to get into this. It was definitely that it was knowing that my kids would be great in at everybody all the time between the first and the fish when those envelopes come and it could be a small bill a small house a small house that i own in. It's a thousand dollars. Back thousand dollar means more to me than my paycheck. Because i feel like i work even harder for that. You know like they. They just gave me a bunch of envelopes. And you lie. Wow i didn't have to do anything i already did. The work for and it comes in every i of the fifth and even when me i'm blessed enough for me. I don't need that money. So when money comes in it goes right back out to another busy. Right is there you go is wanted the properties out but when he comes in it goes right back out to another property. You know so for myself. It's what else can you do. And i'm.
NBC's Kristen Welker on Improving Equity in the Newsroom
"Brought up something at that. Leads me to buy next topic. Which is diversity in newsrooms and you talked about one thing. That certainly affects that. Which is it pay journalism. It's rough for a long time. You know we. I definitely experienced for for many years but throughout your career. you know. you've been focused on improving newsroom diversity. And we've got a question from one of our each cure. Stacey her question is how does race inform the way you approach your work and i would also just follow up in and out onto say what do you wanna see. More of in order to improve equity in newsrooms. Well first of all. I think about andrea mitchell when you ask this question one of my mentors and what the newsroom looked like when she was here and how far we've come and i talked to her about this all the time. We have come so far from when you know she was. Maybe only one of two women in the dc bureau and now it is such an incredibly diverse place to work when you compare it to where she started our white house. Unit is mostly women. And that's something that were so incredibly proud of. We have a diversity in terms of race as well throughout all of mbc. And i think that. That's something that our president cesar conde has really put a focus on which makes me really proud to work at nbc. To answer the first part of your question though. Like how do i see myself. And how does race play a role in my journalism. I think that first of all. I mean i am a black woman. So i bring that sense and sensibility. That everything that i do. When i walk into work my goal is the same every day which is to make sure that i'm getting information and asking questions on behalf of the american people to give a voice to people who don't have a microphone who aren't sitting in the front row of the briefing room and so my goal doesn't change. I think that it's probably informed. In some instances by who i am how i grew up in the fact that i'm a black woman so for example and i go back to the talk question that i asked during the debate. A lot of people have asked me about that. How did you come up with that. Why did you ask that honestly. That question just came out of me got assigned the debate and then a couple of days later. I sat down and wrote that question. I read it to my husband. And i read it to my debate team with with whom i worked and you know we worked through it. We went through some different versions at some points. We even tossed it out by the way and i. It was really important to me to ask that question. So i was glad that i did. And i give that just as an example of one of the ways in which anyone could have asked that question. It was important for me to that question. I thought because a it was just within me. It was something that i really felt needed to be asked and i wanted to address the issue of race and equity really from like a different standpoint from the standpoint of the fact that so many families across the country see this moment as a moment of crisis and so. That's why i asked that question in that way. And and i do think that having a diversity of perspectives makes journalism
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"cesar" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"On the books to deal with people that commit those kind of illegal and heinous acts. We don't need new laws. We need to enforce the ones we have, but we need to enforce them equally, so I'm concerned the movement right now to basically paint a broad brush. Accused 74 million Americans. Basically that voted for President Trump and later them's insurgents. Yeah, well, Democrats are not only coming after Trump. They're coming after anybody that openly and vocally supported it. I'm sorry. I was chuckling to myself. You know the first thing Joe Biden does when he gets in the White House you know he's carrying in this Draped bust. And, of course, people gonna go. It's gonna be Washington or Jefferson or No, No, no, it's Cesar Chavez. At the same time, this guy's saying, Oh yeah, we can absorb two more million it, legal said the same day. For all intents and purposes, throws open the border to anybody that can get across. He also puts a bust. Of Cesar Chavez in the Oval Office. And, of course, the media being as dumb as he is, They all started. It's a new era for Latinos activist. It's hope. Um, you know all this is pretty hilarious. If you know anything about Cesar Chavez, he was as opposed to that bronze image in the Oval Office. You know the real Cesar Chavez. Needed. I mean, absolutely seething hatred for illegal immigration. And he said so all the time. You said it lowers the wages of American workers. That's the whole point of it. Cesar Chavez wasn't Well, it wasn't a well educated guy, Formal education, but he wasn't stupid. Wasn't stupid by a long shot. He understood exactly what was going on, and he was To say was mad is an understatement. He was enraged by the efforts of the government to open our border with Mexico. He knew it was another corporate skin posing as a human rights. Program. And when the government refused to secure the border. What did Cesar Chavez do? You mean he led a movement led a group. His men did it themselves when the government wouldn't shut the border, the Cesar Chavez men and his movement. Did it themselves in the winner of 1979 members of the Cesar Chavez Union. What was the United? It was great. They were picking united fruit workers. That's what I was. They formed what they called a human wet line across the southern desert, and they absolutely hammered Mexican nationals trying to come north for work. They hit him with chains. Well, it goes on and on and on. But that's the guy jump. I didn just told us, he reveres, and that's why he's opening the borders. He's so stupid. I mean, the only reason they're if they're not that stupid. Then they're that smart trying to play into the ignorance of some Americans. No one in Central America believes Joe Biden really has an idea who Cesar Chavez Woz. All they know is that amnesty has been announced by the new president. So pack your bags. Let's go. All right, and they're coming. Why wouldn't they? Based on what Joe? Biden said. Why wouldn't he come? Of course they would. You know, and all I hear from Nancy Pelosi believe really leave. Um, words have consequences, Mr President. Words have I mean, these people are so two faced They need two straws, you know. All right, if you don't understand, And I'm sure that 99.9% of you do if you don't understand, then start asking questions. No. Yeah. You gotta ask yourself the question. What is the point of all these things that have been done in the last 24 hours? Well, any of these changes that Joe Biden is done in the last 24 hours now, 48, I guess, Um will that help any living American will that help the country and the answer is a resounding and loud. Underscore exclamation point? No, not just No but hell, no I mean, does amnesty and waves of mass illegal immigration help anybody? No, it does not does shutting down the Keystone XL pipeline, help anybody or create jobs? No, but it comes on and says Well, according to a report that we got out of a commission that was in In impaneled to give us a new overview, You know, blah, blah, blah, blah, Freaking blah. Uh, at some point this will create, you know, a kazillion jobs. Canada right now is threatening. Hey. Uh, that shutting down the keystone pipeline just bankrupted the entire area of that one area in Canada is Is this helping anybody? Well, I guess if you want $15 an hour To put the deep fryer down and get the fries just so it helps you but at some point, don't be surprised if you come to work, and there's a note on the door. Sorry, closed until further notice. We can't afford to pay people $15 an hour to flip burgers when the machine does half the work and still stay in business. I mean, it's just It's not Alberta. That's what I was thinking about Alberta. That portion of Alberta cancelation of the Keystone Pipeline Ting, they say, is more than frustrating. It's disrespectful, and it'll have a bearing on their economy for a long time become Biden didn't care. Uh, Kamala here is probably doesn't understand. Um How do you change it? I told you what I thought. I hope you agree more of your calls straight ahead. Where do we go from here? Well, how much more damage? Is this? This this guy going to do? I mean, well, Thankfully, you know, it's the weekend. Maybe hold, take a rest go to the basement and in a nice sponge bath or something..
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"Them from coming across the border, so they physically beat them, sometimes with chains. Sometimes with chains. This is Who? Beijing. Biden is glorifying on the back of his desk. Thug. Who kicked the crap out of illegal aliens. By the way, your city of Dallas. They renamed a city a street in the city after this guy says that Chavez So the city of Dallas supports a guy who kicked whose organization kicked the crap out of illegal aliens. See I your liberty loving Latino. I just don't think it's right there allowed to break the law to come in here. But That the glorification of Cesar Chavez by the city of Dallas and by now the occupant of the Oval Office. One last thing before I go to break This is a matter of congressional record in 1979. Cesar Chavez was quoted as saying. This the employers use professional smugglers to recruit and transport human contraband. That's his name for illegal aliens. Human contraband across the Mexican border for the specific act of strike breaking folks. Every conservative out there has stood up and said, We don't like illegal immigration. We don't like the breaking of U. S law. We have never once dehumanized illegal aliens. By calling them quote human contraband. But the city of Dallas And the current occupant of the Oval Office is glorifying a man who set up an organization to kick the crap out of illegal aliens and called them human contraband. It's a matter of historic record. It's in the congressional record. You so called journalists. Who claimed to be journalists. Go look it up. I did. Doesn't that make me a superior journalist to all of you telling the truth? About Cesar Chavez and who he really was. I think it does. Back in a minute. The Crystal Saito's show on WB April. This is what's happening. We're in a national emergency health.
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"To save. And now here's Larry Elder Larry, I love you, man. You're watching M s and B. He hall so I don't have to. I love the show. But you're working twice as hard because you gotta tolerate all that crap. I love what you do. Every listeners mad props to the sage and sage brush is out there. Dorados brought down Triple 8971 s A G e triple 89717243 Larry Elder Relief, active dot com Studio Top of the hour. We're gonna talk about Joe Biden. Intends to quote legalize 11 million illegal immigrants. Close quote. There are 11 million and they're not called illegal immigrant to called illegal aliens. But that's another point. And while he was signing a bunch of executive orders It's a big bust of a union. Leader. Often called a civil rights leader. He was not. He was a union leader of explain the distinction. In just a few minutes. A bust of Cesar Chavez, obviously oblivious to what Cesar Chavez said about illegal immigration how he felt that illegal immigration Hurt the job stability and the wages of his union workers. All of that coming up Triple 8971 s a. You mentioned My watching programs like MSNBC host so you don't have to. I watch CNN so you don't have to either. I'm just gonna play you some of this. This is Briana Taylor. This is their anger, but he's rewriting history in the process. She's talking about Kevin McCarthy saying, Look, I didn't encourage anybody to ride anything. All I said is we should review the evidence Have 10 Day review. There's plenty of time for the elector to be certified, that's all, he said. And instead he's rewriting history. He essentially told him to go in there and burn the place down. He is rewriting history in the process throwing out lame. What about ISMs as he pretends that he and some of his Republican what about isn't this is a reporter and colleagues didn't try to overturn the election. You regret the role you.
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"It's expedite vaccinations. The government, however, attributes the anger to confusion and misguided expectations on the part of the states. Meanwhile, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of Warning the new, more infectious variant, first seen in Britain will probably become the dominant version of the virus in the U. S. By March. HHS Secretary Alex Cesar stepping down, citing the recent assault on the U. S Capitol. In his resignation letter to President Trump Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar writes the attacks on the capital were an assault on our democracy and on their tradition of peaceful transitions of power that the United States of America first brought to the world. He called on Trump to continue to condemn unequivocally any form of violence. To demand that no. One attempt to disrupt the inaugural activities in Washington or elsewhere and to continue to support unreservedly the peaceful and orderly transition of power on January 20th. These are also wrote that the actions and rhetoric following the election threatened to tarnish the accomplishments of the administration to McGuire Washington Federal prisoners across the U. S have been placed on lockdown as officials seemed to quell any potential violence that could arise in the run up to Joe Biden's inauguration this coming Wednesday. Law enforcement officials nationwide preparing for potential armed protests in all 50 states. More news at town hall dot com. Meanwhile, relief Thank you is so successful in lowering or eliminating pain. I'm often asked that question Beatings Have Talbot, the father and son, founders of really Factor tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal. That's right, designed to heal on Now, I agree. The doctors who formulated really factor for Pete and self selected the four best ingredients 100% drug free ingredients that each help your body deal with inflammation. That's correct. Each of the four ingredients deal with inflammation on a different metabolic. Pathway that right they're approaching your pain from four different angles may very well be. Why so many Americans find such wonderful pain relief If you have back pain, shoulder, neck, hip, knee or foot pain from exercise, or even just getting older, you must order the three week quick start now discounted the only 1995 to see if it will work for you, too. I think it could give your body what it needs to heal itself. Got to really factor dot com Call 805 183 84 early factor dot com. Mexico's alleging that charges against the country's former defense minister were made up by the DEA, Mexico's president said Friday. The U. S Drug Enforcement Administration fabricated drug trafficking charges against General Salvador Cienfuegos Skin Forgoes was arrested in Los Angeles in October U. S. Authorities accused him of conspiring with the H two cartel in Mexico to smuggle thousands of kilos of cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine and marijuana while he was Mexico's defense secretary from 2012 to 2018. But with Mexico threatening to restrict or expel US agents, U. S prosecutors dropped their case in November and returned him to Mexico Thursday night. Mexico's attorney general's office said Cienfuegos had been cleared entirely and the case was closed. I might cross CEO India has started inoculating health workers and what's likely the world's largest covert 19 vaccination campaign. Breaking news and analysis a town hall dot com. Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. The nation's longest serving state Senate president has died the Democratic Maryland state senator and resigned on December 23rd sighting his failing health. The Washington Post reports the step down from his position as state Senate president and 2019 upon being diagnosed with stage for prostate cancer. Miller was 78 upon resigning. His colleagues would unanimously toward him the title of Senate president of marriages and honor his long time commitment to the state government. He was elected to the Senate in 1974 in an interview last Here. Miller said that he hoped his legacy would be that he did the best he could under the circumstances. Bernie Bennett reporting the Trump administration carried out its 13th and final federal execution today, five days before Joe Biden is sworn in as president. It was a 48 year old inmate who was convicted in the killings of three women in a Maryland wildlife refuge. Check out more on these stories. Log on to town hold dot com I'm Rhonda Rocks, Tre. Joy. Thanks. He ordered breakfast at the.
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"Oregon Governor Kate Brown says additional vaccines to her state have not come from a federal reserve. Just a few days earlier. We, like the rest of the country heard HHS secretary Geysers announcement that the federal government was releasing The entire federal supply to help the states expedite vaccinations. The government, however, attributes the anger to confusion and misguided expectations on the part of the states. Centers for Disease control and Prevention or warning. The race between the vaccine and the virus may be about to heat up. The new, more infectious variant, first seen in Britain, they say, will probably become the dominant version in the U. S. By March. HHS Secretary Alex Cesar stepping down as citing the recent assault on the U. S Capitol. In his resignation letter to President Trump Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar writes the attacks on the capital were an assault on our democracy and on the tradition of peaceful transitions of power that the United States of America first brought to the world. He called on Trump to continue to condemn unequivocally any form of violence. To demand that no. One attempt to disrupt the inaugural activities in Washington or elsewhere and to continue to support unreservedly the peaceful and orderly transition of power on January 20th. These are also wrote that the actions and rhetoric following the election threatened to tarnish the accomplishments of the administration. Timid wire Washington Federal prisons across the U. S have been placed on lockdown as officials seemed to quell any potential violence that could arise in the run up to the inauguration on Wednesday. And it comes as law enforcement officials nationwide are preparing for potential armed protests in all 50 states as.
CDC expands Covid vaccination guidelines to everyone 65 and older
"Trump administration's working to expand its Corona virus vaccination program, Health Secretary Alex Cesar told reporters Operation Warp speeds entering a new phase and will begin allowing vaccines to be administered to everyone. 65 older also blame some local and state governments for being the reason for delays in distribution. The
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"10 05 demand outweighs supplies of the Corona virus Vaccines, Health and human Services Secretary Alex Cesar. He had been holding back second doses as a safety stock. We now believe that our manufacturing is predictable enough that we can ensure second doses are available for people from ongoing production. On ABC is Good morning. America is are also urges states to speed delivery of covert 19 vaccines to people 65 older and others who are high risk. By no longer holding back the second dose of the two dose shots. The power of these vaccines is one of longer duration than first thought. 365 days. That's how long Madonna says coronavirus immunity from its vaccine should last. The company says it expects to deliver between 600 million to a billion doses of its vaccine this year. The drug maker also said it is confident that it's messenger. Already, technology is well suited to deploy a vaccine based on the new mutation of covert 19. CBS is Diane King Hall. Now who will fill the political vacuum in the city of Boston? Mayor Walsh is headed to Washington if confirmed to be the next U. S labor secretary Top election officials are now backing plans to skip a special election to fill the seat. Among them. Secretary of State Bill Galvin, at his belief is that there will be too many challenges and too much confusion. If voters they're facing multiple elections during a pandemic now, ultimately, the Boston City Council will decide they will vote on whether to do away with that special election. And then the matter goes to Beacon Hill for legislative approval or not, All right, it's 10 08, and we're joined out by Bloomberg's Tracy jockey. Laurie Duncan, Starbucks, another big coffee chains. Do you have a size advantage over independent shops? But even they are facing a long covert recovery. Market. Researcher Allegra Group says the chain saw their sales dropped by more than $11 billion in a year and that it will take two years to come back from that. Wall Street doesn't need to make a comeback. The averages were breaking records as recently as last Friday, and the losses yesterday barely made a dent. Now the Dow is up three points. The NASDAQ is up 18. The SNP is unchanged. I'm Tracy Junkie. Bloomberg Business on WBZ Busters News Radio. No one in the kitchen. No matter how many.
Trump administration accelerating launch of COVID-19 vaccinations in pharmacies
"CDC guidelines and therefore doesn't plan to return to the House floor for votes until he is Cleared to do so more than 253,000 new cases of covert 19 and a record setting 3800 and 65 deaths or recorded in the U. S on Wednesday, according to Johns Hopkins University. Um At the end of the day Wednesday, there have been at least 21 million cases of coronavirus in the US and more than 361,000. Have died. Of course, testing remains an issue and, of course, vaccines as well. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar says the government will begin allowing Maura drugstores to start giving shots that Speed up coronavirus of vaccinations that after the effort got off to a slow start. They all know one agree that the ultimate goal is not vaccines and warehouses or freezers, but shots and arms. Helping to protect American lives. We've already seen the rate of vaccinations increase substantially in recent days, and in the coming weeks we expect that paste increased even more. We knew that would be the case from the way that states drew up their plans and cooperation with CDC, But we're not going to wait around and see. We've been examining the challenges that might have slowed the ramp up of administrations over the last several weeks. Taking immediate action and we're laying out ways for states to speed up administration even more. First of all we've announced in early launch of the federally arranged pharmacy partnership, which will eventually cover more than 40,000 pharmacy locations from 19 chains and associations across the country. This partnership allows states to allocate vaccines directly to these partners, and these partners can then administer vaccines to particular groups like those over a certain age or in certain occupations. Eventually to the general public. The plan had been to ramp up this partnership over time because vaccine supply would not be sufficient to spread across all of the pharmacy partners right away. But to help give states as many options as possible for vaccine administration. We're launching the program this weekend. States can choose particular partners to send vaccines to now. These partners can provide rapid access to vaccines and settings that may be more convenient and efficient than partners they've used so far like hospitals. Some governors, another politicians are turning up the pressure after a slow rollout of the vaccines, and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio. Once cops protected, he's expecting to vaccinate thousands by this weekend. We want to make sure At all of these front line workers, folks who work directly with everyday New Yorkers, folks who do things like happening to perform CPR or working in very close proximity that they're going to get. The opportunity vaccinated starting right now starting to day. So we now know about 25,000 and y P d personnel are now eligible vaccinations for those NYPD personnel will start today. That includes many of our Patrol officers in officers who respond to 9 11 calls Those vaccinations will be starting today via the NYPD. We expect that this moment roughly 10,000 officers to be vaccinated by Sunday, and we want to make that vaccine available to all within that 25,000 who are ready to take it. South Carolina's governor, meanwhile, has warned healthcare workers they have until January 15th to get a shot or Move to the back of the line. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has threatened to find pharmacies. $100,000 if they're not out of their current allotment by this weekend in California's governor, meanwhile, wants to use dentist toe vaccinate people as his state remains the epicenter of the current wave. Meanwhile, the hospital in Northern California had to quickly vaccinate more than 800 people. This after a freezer that was holding the Madonna vaccine failed, prompting officials to do an emergency distribution before the before the vaccine spoiled Want to alert you that a freezer that has 830 vaccines. Doses has exceeded 8 C. We know that it exceeded 8 C at 2 A.m.. The Madonna vaccine has a 12 hour shelf life. So that's one of our clock started at 2 A.m.. So here we are. At 11 35. We all recognized that these vaccines needed to go into a zoo many arms as possible with the goal of making sure there was no waste.
HHS secretary recommends states open Covid vaccinations to older Americans, vulnerable groups
"Cesar has called on states to speed up coronavirus vaccinations. Here's more from the AP, said Donahue, a czar was responding to reports the distribution process was too slow. It would be much better to move quickly and end up vaccinating some lower priority people. Under let vaccines sit around. While states try to micromanage this process, there are 17 million doses. And at last check just 4.8 million people in the U. S had gotten there first shot. Also, a vaccine partnership with pharmacies is getting an early start, which will eventually cover more than 40,000 pharmacy locations from 19 chains and associations across the country. Dr. Anthony Fauci believes the U. S. Could soon give one million vaccinations a day. Ed Donahue, Washington Tomb or Louisville police officers
More data needed before giving just one vaccine dose
"From ABC News, a milestone in getting the Corona virus vaccine out. This is a big David, We're back. This is three weeks. Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, with health care care workers workers getting getting their their second second shop, shop, completing completing the the vaccination vaccination against against the the Corona Corona virus, virus, but but there there have have been been calls calls for for the the dose dose is is being being held held for for the the second second shot shot to to be be given given out out to to people people as as the the first first shop. shop. The argument that more people will get at least some protection. But Health and human Services Secretary Alex Cesar tells ABC News. The data just isn't there to support that, and we're not going to do that. We're holding and reserve that second dose because we believe we need to go according to what the FBI has said is the Safe and effective way to use these vaccines and ABC News Medical contributor Doctor A locked hotel agrees just giving out one shot instead of two. We're going against what the end points were in the clinical trial, and there are assumptions about how long this immunity could last from just one shot. I really do hope that this is considered, he says. Giving people first shots without the second one available
Trump administration to purchase additional 100 million Pfizer vaccine doses
"Kogo in two years time, 7 32. The government, adding more doses of one of the vaccines approved to combat the coronavirus. coronavirus. The The federal federal government government will will buy buy 100 100 million million additional additional doses doses of of the the fighter fighter vaccine vaccine in in exchange exchange for for giving giving the the pharmaceutical pharmaceutical company company greater greater access access to to raw raw materials materials to to make make the the shots shots by invoking the Defense Production Act. In a statement, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar said. This new federal purchase can give Americans even more confidence that we will have enough supply the vaccinate every American who wants it by June. 2020 70 million doses are expected by the end of
Pfizer to supply US with additional 100M vaccine doses
"In the arms will continue today. For health care workers across the country. White House Task force Dr Anthony Fauci got his yesterday operation Warp speed will go down historically, as a highly successful endeavor that helped develop the Madonna vaccine he got is the government works out a deal to get a lot more of Fies ear's version. Fox is Rachel Sutherland as an update Live day, the federal government by 100 Million additional doses of the visor vaccine in exchange for giving the pharmaceutical company greater access to raw materials to make two shots by Poking the Defense Production Act. In a statement, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar said this new federal purchase and give Americans even more confidence that we will have enough supply to vaccinate every American who wants it by June of 2021 70 million doses are expected by the end of June, with the remaining to be delivered a month later.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott receives COVID-19 vaccine
"Reported Tuesday. More public officials getting vaccinated Texas Governor Greg Abbott took the Corona virus vaccine Tuesday. I will never ask any Texan to do Something that I'm not willing to do myself. Texas has seen a significant spike in the number of cases in recent weeks, but soon Abbott hope S'more Texans will be inoculated by the end of this month. It will be more than a million vaccines distributed across the state of Texas elected and the other government officials are getting access to the vaccine, hoping to convince Americans to take it. HHS Secretary Alex Cesar and Dr Anthony Fauci got their shots Tuesday. Vice President elect Kamila Harris is scheduled for next week. Fox's Evan Brown reports. The surgeon general, Dr
First shipments of Moderna vaccine roll out, a new weapon in U.S. Covid-19 response
"Is out there now that modern is product is arriving at the hospital's nearly six million doses of modern is Cove in 19 19 vaccine vaccine is is now now in in possession possession of of hospitals hospitals around around the the country. country. Between Between this this and and the the vaccine vaccine by by Fizer. Fizer. Health Health and and Human Human Services Services Secretary Secretary Alex Alex Cesar Cesar feels feels the the virus virus finally isn't winning. We're now on offense against the virus. The vaccines were distributing are going to save lives. Supply of modernist vaccine is now being used at health First hospitals in the Cape Canaveral and Melbourne, Florida areas. Wayne Struble is their emergency managers. I think everybody's happy we're we've got vaccines. It's a hopeful time. Our associates are really good, kept a positive attitude and doing a great job in Brown, Fox News
Major snowstorm bears down on the Northeast
"Public health officials are keeping a close eye on a major snowstorm that's bearing down on parts of the northeastern United States. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. The storm has the potential to disrupt the shipments of covert 19 vaccines. Too many areas along the East Coast. The storm is expected to bring freezing rain, heavy snow and ice to many parts of the northeast from Maine to Virginia. Speaking on Fox News Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar said the agency is closely monitoring whether conditions and is prepared to handle any issues that could potentially disrupt deliveries. We literally nowhere every truck is we know where every boxes we track all of that we have Preposition CDC people at each place receiving vaccine hundreds of sites across the US, many of them. Hospitals are scheduled to receive the first round of vaccines this week, nearly three million doses and all
First Covid-19 Vaccine Given to U.S. Public
"And nursing home residents are getting America's first covert 19 shots. Beginning today is weekend shipment of vaccines is 2.9 million doses, enough to vaccinate 2.9 million people. With 2.9 million doses, held back and sent in 21 days for people to receive their second dose. Health Secretary Alex Cesar says new allocations will be announced each Friday and right behind Fizer vaccine Madonna's candidates could win FDA FDA approval this week. The goal is to vaccinate 100 million Americans by the end of March.