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"cheri preston" Discussed on Perspective

Perspective

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"cheri preston" Discussed on Perspective

"Martin nick to figure out what that really needs a dynamic refresh rate. That goes all the way up to one. Hundred twenty hertz. Okay what does that mean while it refreshes twice as fast as the iphone twelve screen. And you really really can notice the difference that is going to cost you though if you get the iphone. Thirteen pro max. Big of the big with a terabyte of storage. That is sixteen hundred dollars for your new phone. We've been talking about how this was a pretty subtle update for the iphone. That's intentional on apple's part because it's kind of a tick toxically might remember earlier on in the iphones life cycle. They were there was the four and the four s. The next year which was a sort of subtle revision may be a better camera longer battery the five and the five s in the six in the six so on and so forth apple. Not really doing that anymore. We've gone from eleven to twelve to down the thirteen bottom line if you bought an iphone twelve last year. Not a whole lot of reason to upgrade but rob even if you own older iphone if you own any sort of apple product. Update your software. Why is that. There is an attack out there that allows someone to put spyware on your device without you doing any. Thank typically when you come under attack from a hacker you get a shady emailer shady text message or something through as and you have to click on a link. This particular attack doesn't need that it is what called a zero click which is kind of like the holy grail for attackers. Bottom line for you if you haven't apple device do your updates right now. Yeah great advice there rob and some important advice for anybody who really was interested in some of the things that apple showed off this week. Jerry bacteria coming up. What does it mean to be. An astronaut will ask a nasa astronaut about it as the era of space. Tourism begins on perspective after this. It was a stunning fall from grace. Took a concern you that a number of tests weren't working on thoroughness devices. Her story unbelievable voice aunt mistake. I know that we made so many mistakes. This strange saga of elizabeth homes continues. I'm rebecca jarvis. And i've been reporting on the case of elizabeth homes for more than five years and now that she's finally going to trial will be following the case and elizabeth every step of the way. She's big risk staggered. I think she's hold a robot dogs. The dropout is back. Listen now in every tuesday during the trial. Wherever you get your podcasts from abc news this is perspective this week stories and why they matter. I'm cheri preston. Coming up history in a nascar pit crew and another year without october fest. Those stories ahead but i. It's the first all civilian crew to head into orbit the historic spacex inspiration for mission taking off this week and we got some incredible pictures of what's going on there. Billionaire jared isaac men and three handpicked passengers left the atmosphere in fellow billionaire. Elon musk's spacecraft. But unlike richard branson's virgin galactic or. Jeff bezos is blue origin. There is no true experienced astronaut on board. Does that even matter though. And what is all of it. Mean for the future of space. Travel that to talk about it this week with someone who has traveled quite a bit in space former nasa astronaut. Jeff hoffman. Can you start by giving me just a little bit of of your history with nasa and how you became an astronaut. And that kind of thing. We'll i started life as a an astrophysicist. And i was working at mit in the mid seventies when nasa was starting the test program of what was then the brand new space shuttle which had a crew of seven and they only needed to pilots. So that's what really opened up the opportunity for scientists and engineers medical doctors to become astronauts. What kind of training did you have to undergo very extensive. I mean all the way from textbook learning. You know they give you a lot of big stack of books lectures and everything from human physiology to orbital mechanics to rocket propulsion. So what are your thoughts on. Sending four civilians up with training or just over a few months financial seems to me that that's the new future of spaceflight. How do you feel about that as an astronaut. Who did this. I don't call it the new future of space flight but it's a new dimension of spaceflight what it basically represents is that nasa has developed a mastery of operating in lower orbit meeting a few hundred miles above the surface. To the extent that nafta has been able to turn over launch responsibilities to spacex private company and the astronauts have been launching on space x now for a couple of missions. They're not going up to repair satellites or you know do the sorts of things which nasa astronauts have done in the past. But i'm very supportive of all of these private space activities and essentially a if the infrastructure in low-earth-orbit ultimate league can be sustained by the private sector. Nasa can then just by services like they're doing from spacex now for launches. You think most astronauts feel the same way that you do that. They're very supportive of these kinds of things. It was hard for many people in mass to accept the fact that there were private companies. Who actually could run lawn services and do safely. Md underground com check. People keep asking for what does it mean to be an astronaut. If you can go up with just a few months of training. Frankly i don't care. Yeah they're gonna call themselves astronauts. I i give talks on cruise ships and i. You know. I've been asked that question. I say well look. You've paid a bunch of money. You're on this cruise. Does that make you a mariner or sailor. They can call themselves astronauts if they want to. I'm an and it's more a question of what you do when you get up there but frankly just going up into space is an incredible experience and i think it's great that this is going to become available to more people you know granted for now you have to be pretty rich to have that experience but hopefully the price will come down as more people do it and and more companies get in the business and there's competition as a person who. I love rollercoasters. But i think i would be terrified to go up into space with three strangers. None of which notes astrophysics or anything like that. But maybe it's not such a big deal you've kind of calm my nerves a little bit. Well it's still a pretty big deal You know you're sitting on top of many tons of high explosive than if that is going to cost you.

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"cheri preston" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"cheri preston" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

"Luck. Glad the carapace. Dnc t that worry out of your hair all the nc teas were off for months and months and months and because of the covert and now they're back but by jason account. Anyway you can't go into the waiting room to look at. I tell you something that waiting room. It's like isn't it really is like being there watching your car and like it's like wait for the birth of your first barn or something looking out the window. We've all been there looking out the wind. I turned the car going up. And you're waiting for and that's a by the way but they can't wait and then they got soaked down there this morning it little in test center. And he's right. There isn't a whole pint around there is no pilot around ringo for shelter Benefit zibo are known. Brother wouldn't go amiss although they give them some punches. Eighteen fifty seven one five nine nine six. Philip got back onto a stat message that we had a both gambar narcotics that they're wondering there any kind of equivalent of alanon are albertine whether there is assistance for you at arbor house. They do Work in our bros as we know. It's the treatment center but they have advice for anybody who wants advice. Their number is two one four nine six eight nine three. Oh two one four nine. Six eight nine double traders particularly for the person who wanted some support for the families of the person addicted to narcotics addicted to drugs. There is such thing for a person who who's offering malediction but not are. They can't find the same for narcotics. So the the advice from philip to contact arbor house. Eighteen fifty seven one five nine nine six getting a few bits and pieces in about friendship. And how long have you been friends with with your best friend. Is it someone your mess recently or someone that you met donkey's years ago and do friendships drift and the estate together. It's couple coming and keep them coming because they're interesting. Addison says hi. Pj my mom met her best friend when she was my brother's teacher in primary school he was seven fifty two now. They're still best friends even though she's in limerick emma mamas in cork. They're in constant contact. That's nice tanya. Pj was wondering about how childhood friends are still friends right. I'm still friends with two of my childhood friends. Vivian and katrina. We're now on our late tortoise early forties closer than ever. We're more like sisters so thirty plus years of being through everything together. Nothing in this world would break loved them to bits. Friendships like that are so high to find and to keep and darris says i still keep in touch with a few friends from secondary school. Closest friends in school have moved abroad for work. But we still keep in contact where we can when understand. We're all busy. People could never really meet the last number of years but it's important. The people remember that. I consider the group of friends. I made in college to be my best friends. Mr trion meet as often as we can train the work and life events. Love the show rita and friends since we were little girls born a week apart. We still operate the loads them. Coming in. lows them If you are something about your friend knew your friendship or is it a child vendors that someone you just met a couple of years ago or so. When you've been friends with for donkey's years let us know. Let us know on data was on the nc t center. Initial island has been like that. Since last year. I was waiting outside in the rain. Last december husband went in february. I told him taken umbrella with him. As you have to wait outside. Eighteen fifty seven one five nine six as we do from time to time quick. Good morning to the boys and girls of the. Because i don't know whether your boys or girls. So will you ask. And i am not from flipping mail. They're convinced that would mayo. And tyrone in. The didn't final. On sunday that i shall be supporting male. I am not from male bon-bons. That's busy say asian fifty seven one five nine. Six reminder to your primarily live is back this saturday on ninety six dot e with trevor welch the teams or powered by talksport live coverage of crystal palace against spores at twelve thirty arsenal v. Norwich tree chelsea taking aston villa at half past five is the permanently live online with now your sport on your terms stream just the games that matter to you most with now and this saturday on the cork's ninety six. Am app are at ninety-six fm dot. I e let's go back to where we started this morning. Talking to jane from sparkle they have all of their business. The spark cork band. They do all their business on their social media platforms bookings and they're vince their promotion and all of that and their social media has been hacked into a couple of days just at a time when they were hoping to get their gigs open running and their bookings coming in and all of that. I talk about that in just a sec with a role but what drew averell to our minds was a report today that the eighty five percent of preteens are now using social media apps despite age restrictions and when i read that this morning in the independent and heard about it on the radio i said and we told you this before age restrictions matter. Nothing to kids because they'll get around him ninety three percent of pre teenagers. Them twelve tenures. Now have some kind of a smart device and take talk snapchat in the mall loads of people under thirteen years. Which they they shouldn't they shouldn't have this news dozen. Comb surprise to us does it admiral. Good morning no. I think most people know that at this stage on eighteen or in a new era. No with kovic where you know being online and distance technologies. It's front and center and how we live. Our lives isn't a everyone whatever age you're whether you're three or your seven and and the fact that needs cinch kids have You know the owner owned device you know. Homeschooling was huge thing and keeping kids entertained because could engage with their friends so there we gauge their friends online chat to them. It helped with their. You know the loneliness and dealer things that they had to and you know we have to remember all the good things that technology brings as well as attached all the dangerous upset that the internet has one in three of the children. They surveyed rejuvenation had put videos themselves. Online you just goal. Oh no oh no yeah. Yeah i think that's where we just have to. You know every time. I read the report. I'm cheri. preston save kids. Every time i read the port. I take something different way from us and applauding things to the internet. Fast means dice. You have allowed your child to download a device that they're putting jobs up there. What are the videos off. Are the are the visuals of of of enemy are the um something on rule. Blocks are minecraft the created. And they're really taking pride in their achievement and they're sharing us have they. Is it if somebody else have they. And they don't even have permission. What what is the content that we're talking about here and also then privacy. Settings is a private account. Is it a closed account. Meaning you know. Anne apps that you download for your child you've decided it's okay for your child is age appropriate content appropriate..

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"cheri preston" Discussed on Perspective

Perspective

28:47 min | 1 year ago

"cheri preston" Discussed on Perspective

"And do you think we would not have to put a hell of a lot. More troops at hundreds and tens of thousands of troops there before the president also conceded. No one expected a taliban takeover so quickly toes community did not say back in june or july. That in fact this was going to collapse. Like number one. They thought the taliban would take over. But not this quickly. Not even close and ask for whether americans can count on the taliban to protect women's rights as they promised the president said this. What happens now in afghanistan. Do you believe the taliban have changed. No i think let me put this way. I think they're going through an existential crisis about do they want to be recognized by the international community is being a legitimate government. I'm not sure they do but look a have they care about their beliefs more. Well they do but they also care about whether they have food whether they have an income that they can provide for their that. They can make any money and run an economy. They care about whether or not they can hold together the society that they in fact say they care so much about. I'm not counting on any of that so with the taliban in fact hasn't changed much. What does that mean for the. Us taliban leaders allowed al qaeda safe harbor ahead of the nine eleven attacks and experts worry more terror groups could fester under their reign. It's something i talked about this week with. Abc news national security analyst. Elizabeth newman. she's former deputy chief of staff at the department of homeland security and she broke down the risk posed by the taliban and differentiates them from other terror. Groups we've seen in the past president biden saying that You know his intelligence didn't show that afghanistan was gonna fall this quickly. I is that what you're hearing from people that you know. I think that's a glossy you know talking point that they would love to be true. That's not quite true. I'm sure that there were some assessments. That said that they had more time. But i was hearing for people as early as the transition period early spring suggesting that we needed to move quickly to move out the siv refugee populations. Quite frankly on. I'm just kind of befuddled why that was not done. Why they're warnings. Were not heeded at these are pretty senior people in the government that have a lot of experience. It's almost as if the biden team came in and had a view of the world that they wanted to true in it. It's almost as if they ignored or blocked out any alternative analysis. So what happens next in afghanistan with this power vacuum when it comes to terrorism. The conventional wisdom is that once the. Us is fully gone once any of our partner forces. Once they're fully gone that talent will go back to being with. The taliban is which is a society best parallels seventh century type and as standards very repressive for women and girls no education for girls. I think we're all watching that. They're very clear propaganda effort to imply that they're going to be a different kind of taliban. But i haven't seen anybody have any sort of hope that that's actually true. You know the americans have been lulled into this complacency when it comes to islamic extremists. And you know it's been a while since we've had a refresher on the taliban versus al qaeda versus isis a lot of people lump them all together can you Tell us what the situation has to do with each of them and kind of go through each of them for us and what it could mean to our national security to the taliban was basically the government of afghanistan from the mid nineties until we invaded and move them out of power horrible human beings in my opinion but they were not the ones that plotted the attacks. What they did was allowed. Al-qaeda to use their territory for training camps and allowed al qaeda to plot would eventually became the attacks of september eleventh. Two thousand one. Isis didn't come about until much much later. I says originated when we withdrew from iraq but certainly was kind of a reinvigoration or split from al qaeda. Al qaeda's original model for terrorism was looking for the complex coordinated attacks with symbolic meaning. Isis had a different model. Isis was much more about setting up its own caliphate and they leveraged social media. They leveraged really just appeals a marketing towards older teens in young adults in kind of inviting them to not to come join the fight and via terrorist. although that certainly was the appeal for som- it was much more about come. Join this utopian society that we're going to set up in the middle east and finally return the muslim faith to the glory that it deserves to have and so we saw state of attacks what we called a homegrown violent extremists. Meaning these were people that were already here in the united states. That access propaganda online were radicalized online and then went out committed attacks and that became the bigger concern in the wind. Security world was that radicalization by the internet as opposed to twenty years ago. It was people going to afghanistan getting trained. It was very complex so when it comes to homegrown terrorism. We spent a lot of the past. Five years concentrating on literally homegrown. We weren't focusing as much on these groups. Are we going to start doing that again. And was there ever any good way or time to leave afghanistan given that these groups have been there for a long time and will continue to be there for a long time. Those are really good questions. And i don't know that we fully know the answer but most of the counterterrorism experts are assuming you will see the taliban and at people that have been fighting with the taliban return to looking externally if you think about what they have been doing for the last twenty years they've been fighting for their survival Will now everybody's gone so they have control. I don't know that there's as need as much as we had twenty years ago for a terrorist to travel to afghanistan to actually get that training. We all assume that afghanistan becomes a safe haven but whether it's as needed in the tourist community as it was twenty years ago is is an outstanding question because there are plenty of other locations right now we're terrorist. Groups are operating the fact that afghanistan has become stabilized at this point does create more security risk. We just created a whole host of grievances. And we know that the reason people go and commit acts violence is usually not because of ideology it's because of psychological needs or some set of grievances am very concerned that the way in which we left is actually going to create the next generation of terrorists the way in which we laughed which did not keep promises. We just have informed the globe that they shouldn't trust us. We said that if you help us we will get you out. That's a really strong signal to our allies around the world that you can't trust the word of the united states in that inherently makes the world more risky for us. Abc news national homeland security expert. Elizabeth newman the death. Toll in haiti is still climbing. Following last weekend's devastating seven point two magnitude earthquake compounding the misery tropical storm grace the aftermath of president nell maurice's assassination and of course the corona virus pandemic. Abc's matt gutman is in haiti with more from what we've seen aid seems to have been slow in coming to the south west of haiti that devastated area unicef now doing assessments saying that there are now five hundred thousand children without adequate shelter without food without clean water when you drive by these areas you see house. After house especially in these mountain villages completely collapsed and when we spoke to the locals we noticed that there was nothing there there was no aid there were no tarps. There's no water food being brought to them. There's no insurance whatsoever. And they said they didn't expect to get any not from the government. They hope that maybe ngos would help. But as far as we had seen help had not gotten to some of those most remote villages that perhaps needed it most and hospitals right now are slammed there are patients still coming in with injuries from the quake. We were to hospital a nine year. Old boy came in with a bilateral pelvic fracture. Incredibly painful well. Over a hundred patients have been medivac here to port-au-prince for further treatment. But this is going to last a long time backup. abc news. Puerto brits guinea is still recovering from the two thousand ten earthquake. That killed two hundred thousand people and many in the country are asking again. when will it all end. Abc news correspondent. Lionel me has family in haiti there. No relation to the former president. But he did talk about what it's been like for the people. He knows on the island as they try to move forward. Who from your family still lives. In haiti lionel. I have a lot of extended family. But i do have an uncle who's a physician. I also have an aunt in our culture. Recall the elder and on. So she's really you know my dad's first cousins wife but i grew up with her as my on and she still my blood family but she She works in an orphanage there for kids who who are orphaned and so anytime things like this happened they they are immediately. You know Are what's at messages are all going out and recalling one another in trying to get some perspective especially after the assassination. We were concerned about everyone's safety right now. They are saying that they're doing okay. But you know we have to be real. There are still victims trapped under rubble hoping to be rescued and first responders who do not even know that they are there at this time And so i just really hope that We are able to get through this and that the loss of life does not continue to to grow as much as they're estimating when this quake happened the response from your family in haiti. Although we know the quake did not the epicenter wasn't in port-au-prince but but what were their feelings in their thoughts. I'm sure it had to bring back devastating quake from years ago immediately We were all just concerned. How is everyone doing. Everyone was trying to reach out to one. Another either within haiti or those of us who are in america reaching out Everyone is very scared. It's very traumatic very much. Ptsd imagine going through this eleven years ago And seeing how many people died in the impact it had on the country. And then waking up to your home shaking again. Everyone felt this earthquake on the island. So they are very concerned about the aftershocks and unsettled just because it's been one traumatic event after the other. not only. Was there an earthquake but gray. Hit right after the earthquake you know. They're coming off. Just the recent assassination of the president to topple that were in the middle of a pandemic. So you know every step forward. It feels like there's like three steps going back a lot of times. I hate to generalize but so many people say that when they hear about haiti and they say oh. Another thing happening with haiti having family there and knowing haiti well. What are your thoughts when it comes to the earthquake. You've got the pan-demic hurricane grace. It just seems like it's one thing after another for haiti most of and that is how we feel too. It's like we can't get a break. Our people can't get a break. You know even haitians in america who were not there for the earthquake family members so many of my friends lost their family members yet again in this earthquake. You know. it's interesting though because every time. Something devastating happens with haiti. The first headline is the poorest country in the western hemisphere and while that is the case. Haiti is so rich with culture and A sense of community and family and that is something that is instilled in us from childhood and in a tragedy like this even through all of the darkness. You see people figuring out how they can help one another looking out for their neighbors you know. And that's something that Is overwhelming and emotional to see because you'd think there would be no hope and yet people are still getting out to go volunteer. You know my uncle who's a doctor immediately. As soon as he sized house and everyone was fine he rushed with a lot of his colleagues to go help and and he is not an anomaly. He's one of many people on the island. Who are doing the same. And so that's just been interesting thing we we can't get a break. There is poverty and and all of this destruction happening on the country in the country. That is yet. There is still this glimmer of hope and faith that haitians have still which even as a haitian is so hard to process in a difficult time like this line. All that is so interesting that you put it that way in that the deep love for that country is still there among haitians who are in this country now. How are people getting word to their families who are back on the island. Most of us have been checking in with one another using things like what's up a one thing that has been really powerful and you will notice on social media this time around is the haitian diaspora checking in with family and friends on the ground and ensuring that the aid that people wanna give the people are aware of ways that they can donate In which it will really have an impact. There was a lot of controversy after the twenty ten earthquake about aid. Not getting to the people who need it. Most once we speak to people. The first thing i did is ask my on. Hey where's the place that people can donate. What are you seeing. What are some of the things that you need. And that is the way the conversation is going now so that way when the rest of the world is watching it and trying to find a way to pitch in were making sure that that the money or the resources that people are putting in actually get to where they need to be and i just know that is going to be a long road ahead. There is not infrastructure. There's not a tools and materials to just rebuild overnight. I just hope that as the world is looking at what's happening right now. We do not forget about haiti in a month or two because that is when it's going to be crucial and critical. You know a lot of families were unable to rebuild after the twenty ten earthquake and now there's another earthquake you know how when we talk about poverty. Where do you expect people to get resources from to be able to have the basic necessities that we take for granted l. kabc's moe's joining us from miami. With a family in haiti thank you. So much lionel. Thank you and thank you for bringing more attention to this coming up. Kids and what doctors are seeing in hospitals and what they're saying about masks on perspective after this. This is the testimony of elizabeth homes. Going on the record in san francisco. She wanted to change the world with just a few drops of blood. If she had made this work she would have jobs. But it was a stunning fall from grace. Novel was smith moles. Company is a fraud and now the fight is on. She could sell this story to twelve jurors. Elizabeth homes is finally going to trial. But she won't be going down without a fight. The dropout elizabeth homes on trial begins august. Thirty first wherever you get your podcasts from abc news this is perspective this week stories and why they matter. I'm cheri preston coming up. What the challenger disaster could teach us about space travel today and what a walrus causing a ruckus could teach us about climate change. But i the biden administration announced this week. Those who are vaccinated with either the moderna or pfizer. Vaccines will be getting a third. Covert booster shot eight months after the first two shots to further fight infection. They're looking into the johnson and johnson vaccine but it raises the question. What about those who still haven't rolled up their sleeves and don't plan to kids under age. Twelve can't be vaccinated and more of them are getting sick. Doctor timothy groover is chief medical officer at baptist hospital in jacksonville florida. We're seeing those ages decrease from what we saw in the previous various. It's attacking the younger and younger are sicker. And they're sicker quicker. Abc's andrew timber has more on how the delta variant is affecting another state in mississippi hospitalizations have surpassed last winter's peak. The governor has requested an additional one hundred fifty ventilators from the nation's stockpile and now twenty thousand students across the state are in quarantine after just the first week of school. Dr mark klein is positioned chief of children's hospital new orleans. We asked him about the situation. And what it's like there. We're seeing a tremendous amount of community transmission. The rate of positivity in our outpatient clinics for children has risen so there are a lot of Covert infected children in the community. And there's a lot of transmission occurring and then we've also seen a doubling of our admissions to the hospital over the past couple of weeks including some very ill children in the intensive care unit. Okay so let's talk about this vaccine not when it comes to kids when it comes to adults. How is the increase in hospitalizations at your hospital. Related to adults getting the shot. Children are infected with cova nineteen by Unvaccinated adults and here in louisiana unfortunately the vaccination rate for adults is quite low on the order. Thirty seven or thirty eight percent well below the national average among adolescents. Twelve years of age and older who are eligible for vaccination. The rate is only about thirteen percent here in louisiana so that leaves children under twelve. Who are not yet eligible for vaccination extremely vulnerable to this infection and to protect them we have to have adults cocooning them are surrounding them. Who are messed up and vaccinated and unfortunately As as we are all well aware those two things simple Public health measures that could mitigate the transmission of this virus have become very politically charged issues. And and it's not happening to the extent that we would like and that leads to the obvious question about mask wearing especially in classrooms. You mentioned that the vaccine has become a politically charged issue so unfortunately have mass mandates. What are your thoughts on that. I would say that Children in school should be wearing masks. All teachers should be masked staff members so there should be universal masking in the schools. Hopefully all adults who are working in schools or really have any interaction with children's should be vaccinated as well are. Those are the two things that can be done to really help. Protect children sending children back to school in sort of a mask. Optional arrangement where some children are masked and some are not with the rate of transmission that we currently are saying in the community is is just a formula for disaster. Predictably when you congregate twenty five or thirty children Into classroom some with mass. Some without you're going to see clusters of cases and children will end up in quarantine and and school closures will follow so we've got to think beyond just the best way to send children back to school. We've got to be thinking about how best to keep children in the classroom. And if we don't want to see repeated quarantines and school closures that needs to occur with universal masking. Finally the pandemic itself virus. Anything about this all that surprises you. Will you know this is kind of what With most of us had imagined our worst nightmare and In here it is you know virus that is as transmissible as delta variant of covert nineteen years and also his virulent. We've never seen anything quite like it before but But here it is and and we've got to deal with it and and fortunately were not powerless. We've got masks we've got vaccines. These are pretty straightforward public health measures. That can have a real impact on this epidemic. If only we can get everyone to get on board and in utilize them. Dr mark klein physician in chief at children's hospital new orleans. You may have missed it this week. Amid all the other headlines but billionaires are battling over space again amazon founder. jeff bezos. A space firm. Blue origin is suing nasa over a decision to award. Multi-billion dollar lunar lander contract to elon musk's spacex so it's billionaires fighting for billions to go into a universe filled with perhaps as carl sagan once said ten billion trillion stars as blue origin spacex and virgin galactic launched the world into a new chapter of space travel. One author is taking a look back. Kevin cook has just finished the burning blue. The untold story of christa mcauliffe unnecess- challenger disaster is part history lesson on what happened to the challenger. Part biography of mcauliffe. The first teacher in space knits dramatic retelling of a space story. You may have forgotten first of all. Let's take you back to that cold morning of january twenty ninth nine hundred eighty six. This is what it sounded like on the air with. Abc's vic ratner reporting and abc's bob walker at the anchor desk allies tumble off. The coldest space shuttle launch ever gets underway challenge. Your seems to shake herself free of the ice and goes all five rocket engines burning while the first teacher christa call up on her way to space with six. Other astronauts on board is still climbing. The shuttle is still climbing but there is a problem. There appears to be a serious problem. What's happening not a word from mission. Control everybody here is open ballot looking very carefully at the situation. Where is the shuttle that kind of see it later. Malfunction there to something has gone seriously on major tragedy. There's been a lot written about what happened to the challenger on that icy cold morning when because of the weather engineers had recommended the launch be scrubbed their bosses said. No there are lessons to learn from what happened to challenge her having to do with schedule pressures having to do with political pressures. It's going to be very important for us to bear in mind so that we can protect the astronauts that are that are the next generation of space explorers before we talk about christa mcauliffe's specifically. Let's talk about some of those pressures that managers at nasa were under. I like what you say that. The managers had had shifted their customary presumption of danger to a an presumption of safety that everything was going to be. Okay if we do this many flights. We'll have this many failures but that's enough. We should get by. How does something like that happen at. An agency like nasa. It seems wrong all over the place it does but i think it happens in in many walks of life that things are going along. Well one assumes where we must be doing something right here. There had been twenty four shuttle missions that went off. Nobody was lost. It only turns out later that there were problems that threatened all of those missions as As the great physicist the nobel prize winner which of feinman said when he was part of the presidential commission investigating later nasa been playing russian roulette with these shuttle flights and it caught up with nasa caught up with the whole nation on january. Twenty eighth of one thousand nine hundred six throttling up three out hundred four percent challenger go at draw the crew with challenger was the most diverse nasa had ever assembled. Onboard were judith. Resnik the second woman and first jewish astronaut to fly on a shuttle ellison zucca the first asian-american and buddhist in space and ron mcnair. The nation second black astronaut and an accomplished musician. Who wanted to take his soprano sax into space but was overruled by commander. Dick scooby along with michael smith gregory jarvis and christa mcauliffe. They made up the team before she went up. Christa mcauliffe did dozens. If not hundreds of interviews here she is on the johnny carson show in july of nineteen five. What kind of questions do they ask for the eight basic essay questions dealing with everything. Why do you want to be the first private citizens space. How do you foster international awareness in your students in a space shuttle project. That i had to prepare. She was such a personable percentage. You kinda tough time at the beginning. Didn't she weighing her media obligations at what she really needed to to learn to go up into space. That's true she she had to win over the rest of the crew. Also that they were a little suspicious of this whole of ordinary person in space program nasa wanted to draw attention to the space program to the shuttle program. Right after it did begin to be routine. She was a not only personable. Big admirable in many ways. I think she didn't sign up for the teacher in space program because she wanted to get famous or because she wanted to achieve always wanted to be a space traveler. She did it because she used to tell her students. We need to test yourself. You need to try new things. Challenge yourself even if it's scary. This is a woman who was uncomfortable queasy on carnival rides and now she's going to ride this space shuttle into orbit. She did that to challenge yourself and also to promote her cost. She promoted nasr's 'cause doing a wonderful job with a magazine covers television appearances. Her cause was out of school teachers. Who are overworked or underpaid even more so today than eighty six. I believe she wanted to remind people how important they are. I think we learned that even more with the recent pandemic. But that's one thing that was very important to me and telling the story of christy mcauliffe in glue. What do you have to say to My producer is sitting here with me. He's even thirty to those who weren't alive when the challenger happened and to those who were alive but may have forgotten it. The shuttle program broaden diversity of people of different races people of different religions to celebrate the diversity of that crew were remarkable people all seven of them including christa mcauliffe. Enter remembered the cautionary aspect of it as we go to the moon again as we go to mars it's going to be important as the deputy administrator of nasa said at arlington national cemetery. One day that i was there. The watch word of nasa must be safety and esa needs to share that with spacex and with blue origin and with a with virgin galactic as as we test our boundaries in our abilities again and the capabilities of these remarkably complex machines. We need to remember that those people inside there and we want to protect them absolutely. And we gotta remember that there is a there's a presumption of danger and that presumption of going into space is not easy. And you gotta remember that whether you are a government agency like nasa or a private one of these private entities like spacex blue origin or virgin galactic. Well kevin cook. The book is called the untold story of christa mcauliffe. Nasr's challenger disaster the burning blue. It's a really good read and it's about something that happened a while back but it's something.

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"cheri preston" Discussed on Perspective

Perspective

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"cheri preston" Discussed on Perspective

"They're asking their employees to do from tech too big hospitals. Two banks and restaurants. Many businesses across the country are now demanding. Employees get vaccinated companies like facebook. Google twitter uber and disney the parent company of abc news are doing just that joe foss zula longtime co of guarantees supermarkets in scranton. Pa says he's encouraging his employees to get vaccinated but he isn't mandating. It's up to them to make that decision. And with case rates remaining low in his area he says a mandate for his small business isn't necessary. I don't want to put them in this position of having to decide whether or not and want to continue their employment attorney jessica leasees in-person workers in a unique position. Everything is a lot easier for office. Workers people who can do their work from home than it is for folks who are in customer facing fields dealing with the public. There's one important legal wrinkle only approved vaccines can be mandated by law. The food and drug administration has sped up its timetable for approving pfizer biotechs vaccine. Dr ouchi is one who believes that the change in classification will change behavior. You're going to see more universities colleges places of business who once they get the cover of an officially approved vaccine. they're going to start mandating. Vaccines economic standpoint. It is clear that if americans do not feel comfortable in their surroundings they tend to spend less money outside their homes. Consumer spending is two thirds of us economic activity and there are broad implications for the pace of the economic recovery based on how consumers spent for abc news. I'm deirdre bolton in new york. How does someone just disappear especially someone accused of a crime is serious stealing hundreds of millions of dollars. That's the question being asked once again and the abc news podcast. Have you seen this man. The views sunny halston introduces us to him. His name was john rufo. The crime he committed was outlandish. They said he was one of the biggest conman of the century. No one thought he would run the next thing. I know i get a phone call. Whereas roof and now more than two decades later the mystery has yet to be solved. Wear and who is john rufo. Abc news senior investigative producer. Matthew mosque follows up season. One the search for a convicted killer named lester eubanks season to the search for a man named john. Rufo madda spent the last year researching this story. It's his voice. You hear the most on the podcast. So who is john rufo. he's a conman swindler. And the story in season two is both about how he got away but also about how little anybody really knew of who he was and we peel the onion layers back and learn all kinds of things we never expected. What did he do. he engineered what at at one. Time could be considered one of the largest bank frauds in history. He formed a partnership with a former employee of the philip morris tobacco company and they claimed to be on a secret mission to develop smokeless tobacco for philip morris and they went to banks with a very believable prospectus and business plan and over time before they were found out they stole three hundred and fifty three million dollars from banks around the world. He pleaded guilty to nine. Hundred hundred ninety eight and got a seventeen year prison sentence. But how does somebody like that simply. Just walk away and disappear. After his sentencing he was being remanded into custody handcuffs placed on him and he is being walked to jail. That's it but something happens and the judge says a hold on just a minute. The judge like so many others had before him decided to trust john rufo and with the family homes as collateral. He agreed to let them remain free until the day came for rufo to report to prison. And so he he got away with it that weighs on the heart of these investigators. Doesn't it one of the things that you do get a real window into is just how hard it is to be on a case like this and not just the the marshals who are on the case now but we talked to the marshals who had control of this case. Some of these guys are retired and they never forget. This is the one that got away they know all the detail of what the marshalls are doing. Even now because they don't wanna go to their grave. Not knowing where this guy went where john russo round up. I think what makes him. The most interesting fugitive. I've ever heard about is that he is a perfect candidate to slip away multiple identities his his ability to hide money ingenious with documents all kinds of things that make him just a very hard guy to catch but we really hope people are listening to the podcast. Go on the website. Look at the videos and the photographs. In all likelihood. John rufo is hiding somewhere in plain sight under a different name just waiting to be recognized. Okay we'll matthew mosque appreciated. It's have you seen this man. The second season from abc news audio. And it's the search for john rufo appreciate. It's great to talk to you. thank you from. Abc news this has been perspective. Thanks for listening. If you wanna listen to any of our past shows you can subscribe to the prospective podcast. Give us a review. If you've got the time tell us what you like. And what you'd like to hear in the future you can find it on apple podcasts spotify stitcher or wherever you listen to your podcast you can also find perspective and other. Abc news shows et abc. News podcasts dot. Com perspective is produced by eric malo. Abc news. i'm cheri preston..

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"cheri preston" Discussed on Perspective

Perspective

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"cheri preston" Discussed on Perspective

"When it comes to the warming of the planet some things are irreversible but scientists say a lot can be done to curb the effects. Abc news meteorologist. Melissa griffin broke down some of those things this week. Were you surprised by the un report that came out this week. Gore's is something that you were expecting. I was expecting it. I am not surprised. You know the main finding one of the biggest findings is that this is human. 'cause babe completely eradicated any natural aspect of this rapid rate of rising temperatures. It is not natural the rate of how quickly these temperatures are rising is from humans in its promise. Co two emissions its from the greenhouse gases. And that's that's i think the biggest the biggest takeaway besides the fact that we are getting to that one point five degrees celsius temperature a little bit quicker than they even predicted. Explain that to people who don't follow it the way you do the one point five degrees celsius. What does that mean. And what does it mean for the planet. And what does it mean for us as humans on the planet and other living things to definitely. So basically the ipc is the intergovernmental panel on climate change. They drove out several scenarios of what the future will look like based on how quickly. co two emissions are cut every single one of them including the best case scenario sees the world crossing the one point five degrees celsius threshold much sooner than what was previously predicted. Now what does that exactly mean. Carbon dioxide causes planetary warming. Humans have released two point three nine trillion tons of co two in the atmosphere since eighteen fifty because of that the global average temperature is now one point two six degrees celsius higher than eighteen fifty so the pre industrial age. Now what we're looking at is we're going to be reaching that one point five degrees celsius at an even quicker rate than we originally thought were on our way there. The world is going to see what we're already seeing and we're going to see worsening once we reach that threshold angle past it. We're going to be seeing rising sea levels more intense precipitation more severe droughts. Now what is going to happen if we get to the two degrees celsius level of warming. We're going to see all these weather extremes. Just continue to get worse. They will reach levels. That could cause real human health threats and could even cause insecurity in food and water. What do we have to do to avoid that two degrees well. He know the basic thing we're going to have to do is bring those carbon emissions down to zero. I mean everyone needs to come together. That's that's the big thing. All the nations must combine forces. Now there really is no time delay. Were already at the point of no return and read that cust. Really of a birding climate catastrophe if the entire world can come together every single place in this earth really is not safe from climate change so all of the nations are government or public policies. Everyone is to work together to save the planet before that irreversible damage occurs. I think obviously you know achieving goals to boost economies by creating more clean energy jobs. It's a hundred percent. We really need to get that energy sector to decarbonised and we have the technology and we're there. We just really have to make it sustainable and we have to cut our carbon emissions zero. That's that's the only way we're going to even start to reverse the damage that's already been caused. One of the things that they said in the in the un report is the enthusiasm of the younger generation to say. Look this is serious and we're not messing around here. Do you feel that. That's the case with you. Do you feel encouraged a little bit. The more you talk about this the more really sinks into people. I do definitely feel like in the younger generation. We really have more of an openness about the changing world in the older generations. They're kind of stuck in that. Older generation will. Nothing's going to happen. Everything's gonna be fine. But i think in the gen z. Generation the millennials are is more open on our future. We want to create a future. That's great for ourselves and for our children because we are still young. And we're seeing this happen in our lifetime. I like to call climate. Change the story of our lifetime. This is what's happening now. We need to be the ones to fix it damage. It's already been done. But how do we stop that damage for And reverse for not only for ourselves but our children. But i think the you know the gen z. Millennials were ready to kind of take that stance and really make it happen that was. Abc news meteorologist. Melissa griffin coming up andrew cuomo's sudden resignation but will the new governor have to do to restore confidence in new york state on perspective after this staying informed has never been more important. Information is coming faster than ever. So how do you make sense of it start here. Hey i'm brad mielke from abc news. In every weekday we will break down the latest headlines in just twenty minutes straightforward reporting dynamic interviews and analysis from experts. You can trust always credible always solid start here from abc news twenty minutes every weekday. You're smart speaker or your favorite podcast app from abc news. This is perspective this week stories. And what a matter. I'm cheri preston. Coming up the manhunt for the white collar criminal and authorities. Want your help but i. It was a shocking announcement from new york governor. Andrew cuomo this week. The three term governor of new york will step down and be replaced by. Lieutenant governor kathy hokuto despite denying any claims of sexual harassment. Cuomo said he had become too much of a distraction and wanted the state to move forward even as his governorship comes to an end however governor cuomo could still be facing some legal challenges. Here's abc's aaron katersky. We went up the mountain. We went down. The mountain. New yorkers flatten the curve. It wasn't all that long ago. Governor andrew cuomo captivated the country with his briefings kovic nineteen. Is frank talk and some legitimate successors bolstered is profile with success though. Came criticism killed. Thousands and thousands of people pummel faced questions about an early decision to return hospital patients to nursing homes and whether his administration later tampered with statistics whether he gave friends and family access to cove in nineteen tests when they weren't widely available and whether he improperly used state resources to help him write a book american crisis leadership lessons from the cove at nineteen pandemic date assemblyman charles levin an impeachment investigation in the judiciary committee into those allegations and the accusations of women who accused cuomo of sexual harassment when there are two women. There are more than two charlotte. Bennett was among eleven. Women who state attorney general latisha james said. She believed when they talked to her. Investigators about cuomo's behavior governor cuomo said his instinct was to fight but at the start of the week his top aide had told him she would resign an assembly speaker. Carl hasty gave cuomo no way out of possible impeachment. I am not negotiating in deals on tuesday cuomo announced. He would resign. The best way i can help now is if i step aside. He made clear though he thought. The investigation was political bias. In my mind. I've never crossed the line with anyone but i didn't realize the extent to which the line has been redrawn. Almost resignation takes effect in one week. When the tenant governor kathy khokar will become the first woman to serve as governor of new york. Day for which i am prepared. We'll go pledged to rid state government of anyone associated with cuomo found by investigators to have done something unethical. She also pledged a fresh start. No one ever describe. My administration is toxic work environment at the end of the week. Assembly speaker hasty announced the assembly. Judiciary committee would suspend. It's impeachment investigation into governor. Cuomo wants his. Resignation takes effect august twenty fifth. There was evidence hastie said in a statement that could have led to articles of impeachment. But he.

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"cheri preston" Discussed on World News This Week

World News This Week

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"cheri preston" Discussed on World News This Week

"Validate over time with the heat and lack of water comes extreme wildfire concerns right now. Add to it. Northern california was rocked by a powerful six point l. Magnitude earthquake on thursday afternoon followed by a bond of aftershocks it was felt all over from fresno to sacramento to san jose. Luckily no major damage. Abc's alex stone tragedy at an american amusement park. A water ride malfunction leaves one child dead and another hospitalized the trip to adventure land downside des moines iowa over the holiday weekend was supposed to be fun for the jaramillo family. Instead they are mourning the death of eleven year old michael who became trapped when the raft. The family was on a part of the raging river. Ride overturn oldest. One was able to get out but a little one which is unconscious. The boy's mother heartbroken to see him gish. One of the families other sons is having nightmares about water. he will vice True and a third son is still hospitalized. Cheri preston. abc news. A fireworks mishap in michigan leads to the death of an nhl player. Details from abc's andrea fujii. The nhl starting game four of the stanley cup with a moment of silence for goalie. Matisse give lennox. We extend our deepest sympathies. His family friends and teammates. Give lennox killed by fireworks. According to authorities after a fourth of july celebration turned deadly as on some star players. Keep lennox a goaltender for the columbus blue jackets. Who made his debut. In two thousand twenty police say the twenty four year old was at a private gathering sunday night when a mortar firework tilted downward and shot towards a group of people in a hot tub authorities say keep lennox tried to clear away from the area but was struck by the firework in the chest and later died his former. Blue jackets teammate. And captain nick foligno remembering the goalie as a great person. But that's the first thing. I thought i would just every day just so so happy to be in the nhl living out his dream. A native of latvia keep lennox signed with the columbus blue jackets as a free agent in two thousand seventeen. Abc's andrea fujii. A twenty eight year old in chicago is facing federal charges after us attorney. John chorus says a suspect open fire on a car wounding to atf agent center chicago police officer all undercover we do allege in the complaint that the defendant did state during questioning that he believed that the occupants of the other car will rival gang members. Eugene jen jen. Mclaren is charged with one count of using dangerous and deadly weapon to assault a special agent. Former president trump is taking on big tech and filing as the lead class representative a major class action lawsuit against the big tech giants including facebook. Google twitter speaking in front of cameras at is bedminster new jersey golf club former president trump. Also seeing he'll be suing the ceo's of those tech companies the lawsuit attempts to make an argument that the social media platforms are bound by the first amendment because they're the equivalent of government actors. The former president is currently banned from twitter. Facebook and youtube ikea jackie. Abc news washington. Pope francis is recovering from surgery to clear a blockage in his intestinal track that resulted in the removal of part of his colon francis underwent three hours of scheduled operation last sunday. That's after reciting the angelus. Prayer overlooking saint peter's square tea is walking around in the hallways of the gemelli hospital here in rome and is working and reading on thursday. Francis celebrated mass with those caring for him at the chapel of the private quarters of the hospital wednesday night. He had a slight temperature which passed quickly says the vatican megan williams. Abc news rome coming up history at the scripts national spelling bee when world news. This week continues. And you are a that is correct. That's the sound of fourteen year olds. He la avant-garde winning this year's scripts national spelling bee. She spoke with abc news. Good morning america. Host george stephanopoulos about her win and becoming the first african american winner really got to be become a winner simply because of the fact that i've been working on it for like two years and then to finally have it. I like the best possible outcome. i always good. And how about making history. The first african american champion. That sounds really good too. Because i'm hoping that and a few years a few years i've seen a whole lot. More african american females and males to join well and it's spilling because it's kinda sad how they a a great lack of those people don't always see to african americans doing to spelling bees and that's a bit sad because it's like a really thing at kind of as a gate open-air to being interested in education there any moment during the competition you worry needed. No the word i Which is where. I got 'cause i always chuckle with that were Because this bill ep. Peta always when. I was studying spilling in ep ot and it was like the worst. If i get an out. I'm not like the worst feeling ever because we would have had. I knew the where they even knew. It was a genus of meant but the thing is too. I just just one of those words. I couldn't exactly have it. I didn't exactly have how to spell it in my hit. But i had everything else so that would really sucked if i had gotten around. That's one way to put a question about that. So i think what is most amazing adventure story. She did national spilling beat champ. And spilling his your side-hustle. Your real love is basketball. Yeah vising playing basketball. Since i was about five years old and those are the people and events that made world news this week world news. This week was written and produced by stephanie pawlowski. I'm chuck iverson. Abc news new york. Good morning and welcome to this week. I'm george stephanopoulos. Every sunday we invite the biggest names in politics to discuss the most pressing issues of our time. So did it strategy work against you. I don't think so we go beyond the headlines push past the spin to get to the core of the stories that impact you and our country. Are you concerned. You ended your career with that vote. I may very well if you miss this week on. Tv sunday morning. Check out the podcast version of the show. Wherever you get your podcasts..

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"cheri preston" Discussed on World News This Week

World News This Week

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"cheri preston" Discussed on World News This Week

"Across the country. abc's will read in missouri the epicenter for the delta surge where only thirty eight percent of eligible people have been fully vaccinated new cove in nineteen cases have risen by more than seventy six percent in the last month and dr jim bur- salva texas children's hospital warrants delta variant is especially adept at infecting partially vaccinated individuals so those adults and adolescents. You may think that one shot out of two is enough. Think again and when it comes to putting masks back on cdc head doctor rachelle wolinsky says for now. The national guidance is not changing but in covert hotspots. Local officials may ask people to mask backup masking policies a really intended to protect the unvaccinated cheri preston. Abc news triple a.'s. Forecasting that nearly forty eight million americans are going to hit the roads over the fourth of july and the tsa estimates three and a half million americans will fly but abc's gio benitez airlines are suffering from staffing shortages and cancelled flights as airlines struggle. To keep up with the rebound and demand united airlines announcing its largest aircraft order. Ever two hundred seventy jets worth an estimated thirty billion dollars but as passengers wait for more planes to be deployed. Get ready for possible headaches. American airlines is still canceling dozens of flights per day because of a major pilot shortage and south west has cancelled hundreds in the last week blaming weather. Issues and sage beal was scheduled to fly home on a southwest flight. Saturday it told me the cancellation to denver. My flight to denver was because of the weather. There was nothing going on with the weather in denver time. And they're still blaming the weather on the roads. Major metro areas across. America could see nearly double the drive time delays. Abc's gio benitez an emergency in hawaii. Cargo plane crash landed in the pacific ocean off. Who early friday morning but the two pilots on board survived the pilots or a fifty year old. Who's at trauma center in serious condition. The other pilot fifty eight years old in the icu critically injured with a head injury and multiple cots. Both are alive. After their boeing seven thirty-seven two hundred crashed into the pacific ocean. After taking off from honolulu they reported losing engine power. Both pilots rescued out of the ocean. Gye cottingham with hawaii department of transportation. Faa national transportation safety board will take over the investigation from here. The ntsb is sending a team to hawaii alex stone. Abc news coming up. I really really wanna push like for us to be treated. Like adults getting paid to play when world news. This week continues. It's one of the biggest changes in the history of college athletics. The ncaa will now allow student athletes to get paid. Abc's alex perez has more after growing pressure the nc double a. voting to allow student athletes to cash in on their sports success allowing them to earn money on lucrative endorsements personal appearances even autograph signings. Banner bears the national champions. The groundbreaking move comes as eight states. Were set to bypass ncwa rules to allow student athletes to make money. I just always felt that the student athletes were being exploited near the workhorses of a billion dollar industry. And they don't get to reap the benefits. It'd be a huge game changer. The nc double a. Which generates huge profits for schools but little to no compensation to players also delta blow by supreme court ruling that the organization cannot bar athletes from receiving education related benefits oregon. Ducks player sedona. A prince has long been fighting for the rights of student. Athletes really really wanna push like for us to be treated like adults and to have this freedom of we. Now do what we want With our brands and student athletes will still not be allowed to accept. Money in exchange for enrolling at a particular school and universities will not be allowed to give athletes a salary. Abc's alex perez and those are the people in events that made world news this week world news. This week was written and produced by stephanie. Paul ouston i'm chuck robertson. Abc news new york. Hey what's up. Everybody this lg granison here to tell you about my new podcast. Abc audio card life out loud. This show is all about preserving the history and honoring the contributions of the lgbtq community. Each week i'll talk to some of the most fascinating people paving the way toward a more inclusive world. These conversations can get heavy but this show is also feel with so much joy. And i mean after all we are called gay people right so gotta be some happiness in there somewhere checkout life out loud with me. L z granderson. Wherever you get your podcast..

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"cheri preston" Discussed on Monogam-ish

Monogam-ish

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"cheri preston" Discussed on Monogam-ish

"Monogamous welcome to the show. I know this is our first roadshow. Roadshow cheri preston co-chair day. We have the lovely jen and gabe. Thanks you probably a couple that we just met. Alex and we're best friends already had flown in the same circle for quite some time just never caught up with each other. I think that we may have met once or twice at the ranch. Just kinda briefly familiar to. I met the i remember. I remember the three outfit. Usually birthday suits wrong suit. Close very very jerry. I know it. I don't know it's just one of those things you know. God doing it though. I'm sorry to hear. Let's start with how you guys met. I'm gonna rattle on so squeeze mehanna forgot. Gotta stop talking. I was we were living in southern california. He lit a rancho cucamonga. I lived in paris which is kind of between riverside and palm springs. Okay and i was dating a guy who worked near me but didn't live near me and he stopped by my house afternoons like. Oh yeah we could be boyfriend girlfriend but you live too far away and i was like did you. Just call me inconvenient. So i'll see you call girlfriend. She's like we're having a girls night. We're gonna take a couple of friends out. Have some drinks. And i was like fine so my girlfriend drives. She likes to bar hop so she goes. We're just forty five. Minutes away to rancho cucamonga place. I never would have ever been in my entire life to a little tiny wall nightclub bar place. I never would have probably even got on myself get there. I proceed to get shit picture proof. I can't find a straws like it's it's a level pitcher. Yeah we have a picture of the night we met and so We're having a great time and for some reason. The driver who liked the bar hop decided she wanted to stay there whole time which was awesome. Because i never would have met him. We would have laughed and so of course. I'm like the hottest girl here. We need the hottest guys. And i turn around and i was like like him and it was him. I pointed at him and it was you and your cousin and so i start point at him. We kind of this little dancey thing and the next thing you know they were hanging out with us..

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"cheri preston" Discussed on Perspective

Perspective

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"cheri preston" Discussed on Perspective

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That's credit karma dot com slash win money instant karma is sponsored by credit karma. No purchase necessary exclusions in terms apply banking services provided by. Mvp bank inc member fdic maximum balance and transfer limits apply From abc news. This is perspective this week stories and why they matter. I'm cheri preston. Coming up supersonic is back. How one airline is changing the game when it comes to speed but i june is pride month and in honor of that. Abc audio has launched a new podcast by espn senior writer and abc news. Contributor l z granderson. If you listen you'll hear l z open up about his life and his journey on the show he also talks with others. About how the lgbtq plus experience has shaped the country and the impact. It's had he disgusted. Abc's mark remillard life out loud with l z. Granderson is meant to challenge. What you think about the lgbtq community and where it's going to go is to talk about the people in the policies that our community care. L z. granderson is a longtime sports journalist and opinion columnist who draws on his own experience as a gay black father to conduct insightful and thought provoking interviews with members of the lgbtq community but also people who are not make sure that is a platform in which people within the community can talk and share our stories in our joys and obstacles but it's also a space for our allies as well and people who just sort of curious about where we are today whether it's talking about our cultural impact was happening legislatively or issues that earn horizon the first episode which dropped june. I was a conversation with stephen canals. The co creator of the fx series pose series focuses on the lgbtq community in the nineteen eighties and nineties and the to talk about the rise of the hiv and aids crisis of that era and the impact that it had not just on the gay community but on the world at large we lost so much during the age so beautiful people so many wonderful stories so many heroes so maybe future heroes. That's one of the things that we don't sit in ingredient hog about as we really impact homophobic transphobic society now obviously much has changed since the nineteen eighties and nineties but granderson says part of the purpose of the podcast is to avoid a sense of complacency. After marriage equality became of law. The land was how many people assume that meant that we were done. There are still challenges facing the lgbtq community. Granderson says in fact on the same day. The podcast debuted. Which was the first day of pride month florida's governor rhonda santa's bars trans girls from playing on female sports teams governor disentis and republican backers have said the bill is meant to ensure the integrity of competition but critics are not convinced. This is really just throw red meat out there to really rally base of people who are anti lgbt. Orlando gonzales with save a florida. Lgbtq advocacy group says florida's effort is not unique. This is something that will be sharp more three states now across the country these are coordinated efforts their waste of time. Money granderson says anti trans legislation is just one of the issues facing the lgbtq community but another issue is the reckoning and culture is having with the distinction between diversity and inclusion. They are different. Things inclusion goes the just say. This person has space inclusion demands that that person be heard. I know that people get uncomfortable. When you talk about the differences within our country black. Why christiane the a gauge hansa gender as long as we value all of our differences and embrace one another celebrate one another then. We've inclusion happens. We had the country. But we're still trying to figure out that inclusion means as you can probably gather granderson says nothing is off limits for his podcast even issues he sees within the lgbtq community itself. Were not going to shy away issues with race religion. We're not going to shy away from some of the transplant with the community. We're going to talk about all of it because that is our future. It's messy is complicated. But unless an ingredient to have those conversations continue to follow any uncomfortable nature of our assistance life out loud with l z. Granderson is available on apple spotify. Or wherever you get your podcasts reporting perspective. I'm mark remillard. Abc news according to a recent survey done by the wedding planning registry site than not a third of all people who became engaged in two thousand and twenty shop for a ring online. But what kind of ring are they looking for increasingly there in the market for diamonds that are manufactured rather than mind. Abc's as tara reports from paris on a declaration by the world's largest jeweler pandora that it will from now on only sell lab created diamonds as more customers. Ask for men may gems. They say diamonds are forever. But there's a new player in town lab diamonds lab diamonds sparkle. And they're even measured in carats. The difference is they're not dug up from miles underground. They're grown in a lab leaks is the founder of dm concept lob grown diamond factory in paris. She tells me it all starts with what's known as a diamond seed crystal placed inside a big black machine that exposes it to heat and gas mixture. Once you put this in here. How long does it take. To create a one outcomes. A diamond in the rough but still in the lab what's known as poly crystalline surrounding the precious rock with the help of a laser some polishing in examination the results lab grown diamonds with physical properties identical to mind ones and the trend is taking off here in paris lab diamonds made their way to the iconic plus dome home to some of the world's oldest and finest jewelers who have typically used natural diamonds. Corby as the first of its kind in paris's center of jewelry and luxury store that exclusively sells lab diamonds one thing co founder. Marianne repeatedly here's from customers to actually have a piece of jewelry that they can look at and feel good about strep resentatives from the lab. Grown diamond industry claim. They're more environmentally friendly critics. Point out that these lab diamonds also have significant carbon footprint and take energy to produce. There's so much going on in the feel of doing the environmental lagoons more environment friendly than for mine diamond. The demand for lab grown diamonds is expected to grow by up to twenty percent annually according to the antwerp world. Diamond center pandora the largest jewelry maker in the world recently announcing it would only be using lab may diamonds the company citing sustainability and ethical sourcing but leaders of the natural diamond industries that mining employs tens of millions of people around the world and their families and communities depend on the income and welfare that the natural diamond industry provides consumers are also growing increasingly mindful.

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"cheri preston" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"cheri preston" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Care PK patchy fog this morning. Otherwise today will be mostly sunny and my over the high of 62 to 66, the record of 66, 7, 2000 and 14. Clear early tonight than increasing, clad late with patchy fog, Little 41 to 45 tomorrow. Patchy fog in the morning, otherwise intervals of clouds and sun and remaining mile with a high of 62 to 66. Mac, Your mother's Joe Lundberg News 93.1 kfbk currently 25 degrees in South Lake Tahoe. We have 41 in Roseville and 46 in Sacramento. With stories trending on the cave became morning news heads may be required to be vaccinated before they return to California public schools. But most school districts have yet to make a final decision on that case, because Aubrey Aquino has reaction now from local parents and what they think about this idea. There is no available Cove a vaccine for kids under the age of 16 right now, But this week, the L. A school superintendent went on the record to say Once the vaccine becomes widely available for Children, it's likely to be added to the list of immunizations. Students need to attend. Class versus Stein is a Sacramento mom who's on board with that idea really easy to turn to Dr Google and try to find your own answers, but people spend their entire life studying this. The CDC guidelines for vaccinations have Been created with lots of research and lots of expertise, and I trust until better than I do in a statement, sexy, unified since once the vaccine is available for Children, they will adhere to state requirements regarding vaccination of students Aubrey Aquino News, 93.1, Kfbk and Christina. There's a lot to impact with this story. So always going to be joining us in about 10 minutes with more Okay. Excellent Bay Area pro sports teams offering their facilities to help speed up the distribution of the cove in 19 vaccine hears Kay of the case, Marshall Benson, the Oakland A's say their massive parking lot along Interstate 80 is available as a potential drive to location. The 40 Niners sent a letter to the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors to offer their large parking lot at Levi Stadium. The San Francisco Giants also say they are committed to making Oracle Park facilities available in whatever way is needed. The sports stadiums would join Sacramento's Cal Expo on a short list of Northern Cal. For me a mass distribution sites. Marshall Benson, who's 93.1 KFBK, Sacramento restaurant owners have joined a statewide class action lawsuit to get back the money they have spent on fees and permits. State and local of fees and permits, even though they were shut down Sam Man, Nicholas Mantle Oculus I should say is with the Brookfield's restaurant and is part of that lawsuit. It's just not fair for the governor or the government to shut us down. I still have his pay, You know, for health inspection fees, and ABC sees and things that we're not getting full utilization at of Brian Cabell Tech is the lead plaintiff attorney. I don't think there's any business that's been hurt worse than the restaurant industry. I think there's some that have been hit hard as bad. And no one has been hurt is worse than the Western industry, and they're probably a fair percentage of restaurants that won't come back. We'll be covering this story throughout our program all morning long. We have more information on this coming up in the next hour. Okay? Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg urging residents to avoid the state capital the week of the presidential inauguration, Steinberg took to Facebook Yesterday to share that a large law enforcement presence will be in the area surrounding the state Capitol That's in preparations for potential protests and demonstrations, and the FBI had issued a warning earlier this week that armed protests or protests are being planned at all. 50 State Capitol buildings and in Washington, D. C. Now it's 5 35. It is time for your top national stories on news 93.1 KFBK Second Impeachment for Donald Trump the House voting last night to send the single article to the Senate, the charge inciting an insurrection against the U. S government. The next question When Will the Senate begin the trial? ABC is Karen Travers with more from Washington. The Senate is not back in session until next Tuesday, so the earliest an impeachment trial could begin would be Wednesday, January 20th the day of Joe Biden's inauguration sources tell ABC that Giuliani, the president's personal attorney, is expected to take the lead in defending the president during a trial. He may be joined by former Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz, who gave a presentation during the Senate impeachment trial. In 2020. All eyes are now on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who sources say believes the president committed an impeachable offense. But he's told his Republican colleagues he has not yet decided whether he will vote to convict Karen Travers. ABC NEWS Washington 20,000 National Guard troops expected in Washington ahead of the inauguration. New threats under Investigation by the FBI. Cheri Preston. ABC knew the training the tracking another city, pressing their first responders into service to distribute the vaccine. 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Mitch McConnell Sees Democratic ‘Power Grab’ in Proposal to Make Election Day a Holiday

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:01 min | 4 years ago

Mitch McConnell Sees Democratic ‘Power Grab’ in Proposal to Make Election Day a Holiday

"Reforming the election process. Or is it more of a power grab for what it's worth, I'm Cheri Preston. What do you think of the idea of getting the day off to vote? It's something that Democrats in congress have proposed. They think it would help get more people to the polls. Republican Senate leader Mitch McConnell, not a fan. Bill would make election day. A new paid holiday for government workers and created an additional brand new paid leave benefit for up to six days under the proposal, federal employees would be dispatched to polling places that also helped people who wouldn't necessarily be able to get there. That's what America needs another paid holiday and a bunch of government workers being paid to go out and work. Some are on our colleagues on the other side on their campaigns. The Bill would also require presidential candidates to release their tax returns and compel states to adopt independent redistricting commissions, the Democrats, call it election. Fairness a power grab smelling more. And more block exactly

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2 more measles cases confirmed, 11 others suspected in Clark Co.

Mark Mason

00:43 sec | 4 years ago

2 more measles cases confirmed, 11 others suspected in Clark Co.

"The housing market ABC, Sherry Preston explains. College grads, oh on average, more than thirty five thousand dollars in student loans when they leave school that adds up to one and a half trillion dollars in debt load and it signed by the Federal Reserve as the main reason home ownership among people ages twenty four to thirty to his fallen significantly between two thousand five in two thousand fourteen. It's also cited as a reason more younger Americans are moving out of rural areas. The fed says half of all student loan borrowers moving to urban areas within six years of graduation as they search for higher paying jobs, Cheri Preston. ABC news. Gena piper now has his own beer in a piper hazy IPA's as made by Portland brewing. Proceeds from the beer we'll go towards his new nonprofit weird pediatrics United in a piper. Brian Kidd says the organizations dedicated to keeping Portland weird by voting unique local culture, Wall Street today. Dow's up one every twenty one points, NASDAQ is up forty four s and p is up seventeen. Down traffic. Worker there in the right lane there. Northbound I five near the Fremont bridge. Things are jammed up now all the way back to the Mark without west eighty four now is very slow twenty eight to five and a little bit of slowing Washington park down sunset, Len Masterson t e x traffic

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CIA considered potential truth serum on terror suspects

WBZ Afternoon News

00:31 sec | 4 years ago

CIA considered potential truth serum on terror suspects

"Shot a million dollar. Civil lawsuit has also been filed against the officer seven twenty forty four degrees in Boston this used to be called parking. But in a day of self driving cars, there's no virtually no limit to what activities motorists can partake in on the go. A new study from the very academic sounding annals of tourism research says when robot cars. Become normal. We'll all be eating sleeping and fooling around in our vehicles. That sounds pretty fun. But the researchers point out the new roles could cause economic disruption for roadside restaurants highway motels even prostitution study, author Scott Cohen tells fast company, it's not impossible to imagine a red light district on the move, especially when you take into account, according to some polls sixty percent of us have had sex in a car at some point in our lives, Cheri Preston. ABC news look at Wall Street today much better than yesterday. But still the market is in the red can't seem to shake at the Dow down triple digits one hundred points. Exactly, NASDAQ and S and P struggling as well yesterday, though, much different story. Six hundred point selloff used to be called here at WBZ at seven twenty one speaking of unusual activity these days aviation officials in Ireland are investigating a series of reports in which pilots have described seeing bright lights moving quickly over the skies of Ireland. These lights were lights were observed from two airlines. Last Friday morning. There were no scheduled air activities in the vicinity of those light flashes. At the time seven twenty two time now to get caught up on Hollywood with the entertainment report from Romeo at kiss HBO is just an ounce at the final season of game of thrones will premiere in April of two thousand nineteen no specific release date yet. John Mayer says rapper Drake helped him get sober says he was at his thirtieth birthday last year made a complete fool of himself in realize it's time to get some help mayor says not drinking anymore took some adjustment. But he's doing well Stanley says the fantastic four saved him from quitting comics years ago. Back in one thousand nine hundred sixty after he was already in the business for twenty years says he was ready to get out fell in

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China reportedly carried out a hardware hack on Apple and Amazon

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:57 sec | 4 years ago

China reportedly carried out a hardware hack on Apple and Amazon

"Affected companies. The FBI says it had been investigating this. But both companies deny any such investigation. With Tech Trends, I'm Cheri Preston. ABC news attorneys general in at least two states are investigating a cyber intrusion at Google attorneys-general here in New York, and in Connecticut said they would investigate after Google said it discovered a. Bug. That may have exposed the profiles of a half million, Google plus users the company said it is shutting down Google, plus for consumers user, names, e mails, occupations, genders and ages were potentially compromised in the data breach which was discovered in March the data was potentially exposed to app, developers which Google said did not exploited ABC's Aaron Katersky and an investigation is underway. After a California DMV mistakenly registered hundreds of people to vote officials sent a letter to the secretary of state Alex Padilla, Monday, saying fifteen hundred people were aronie registered. And some of those people were non-citizens domestic was made under the state's new motor-voter program and

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Doctors push ban on baby walkers

The Cruz Show

00:47 sec | 4 years ago

Doctors push ban on baby walkers

"What it's worth, I'm Cheri Preston. Two hundred thirty thousand that's how many children have been injured in one of these. You can't see it, obviously. But that's the sound of a little baby in a Walker. There are loads of videos online little kids and baby walkers, but the American Academy of pediatrics wishes there weren't actually calling for a complete ban on baby walkers. And here's why according to the journal pediatrics two thousand kids are injured every year in walkers a total of more than two hundred thirty thousand have been hurt since nineteen ninety most of them head and neck injuries. And those are just the kids who went to the emergency room. Here's the issue walkers give even very young children quick mobility. But they're just not ready for the last time. The study looked at all this was about ten years ago. This is the first comprehensive check on number

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New Apple Watch heart monitor

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:22 sec | 4 years ago

New Apple Watch heart monitor

"Is in Jacksonville North Carolina about twenty miles inland. Oslo county. They actually didn't even open up any shelters. They were busing people inland further inland. Tickets other shelters that other counties getting them out of this area. We did see it meets the people that decided to ride the storm out. We always come across those folks for the advice to everyone wants to get out of town. But obviously at this point if you have not left at

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Seattle, Huskies and Komo discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:16 sec | 4 years ago

Seattle, Huskies and Komo discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

"The State Department of transportation is showing its support for the Seattle storm as the team continues its quest for a third WNBA title, the five twenty birds sentinels are lit up and storm green and yellow all this week. The storm lead the championship series two games to none game three tomorrow in Washington

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Rose McGowan severs all ties with Asia Argento

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:40 sec | 4 years ago

Rose McGowan severs all ties with Asia Argento

"News. McGowan finally speaking out about sexual assault allegations against, her friend, Asiya are Gento in a statement released today here's ABC's Diane Macedo McGowan is seemingly. Distancing herself after she says she saw text messages between. Our Gento. And mcgowan's partner rain dove in those text messages first reported by TMZ are gentle allegedly confesses that she slept with. Former child actor Jimmy Bennett our Gento who publicly denied ever sleeping with Bennett also allegedly informed rain dove and text messages that she had been. Receiving unsolicited nude photos of Bennett since he was twelve years. Old but had not informed the authorities or told him to stop sending the photos

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Starbucks, Cheri Preston and KOMO discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:11 sec | 4 years ago

Starbucks, Cheri Preston and KOMO discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news this. Check of your money at twenty and fifty past each hour comes to your courtesy of propel. Insurance here's Bruce Vaile stocks rallied,

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Elephants rarely get cancer because their bodies have a rare 'zombie gene'

John Williams

00:39 sec | 4 years ago

Elephants rarely get cancer because their bodies have a rare 'zombie gene'

"Would. Like state prosecutors to take the death penalty off. The table so they would not have to. Go to trial and instead he would? Receive life in prison why does so few elephants get cancer that's what scientists have been trying to figure out. One of their discoveries may even help fight cancer in humans the bigger a. Living thing is The more cells at has and the more chance that at least some. Of those sales will be defective or cancerous so why. Is. Cancer so rare elephants were so big researchers at the university of Chicago have concluded that elephants and their closest relative manatees contain sort of super gene that specializes in. Destroying dangerous sells. It's something that's evolved over millions of years gene they thought had died out but which came

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US allies, al-Qaida battle rebels in Yemen

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

04:30 min | 4 years ago

US allies, al-Qaida battle rebels in Yemen

"On Iran three months after pulling out of the Iran nuclear deal saying the US policy is to. Lovey maximum economic pressure on the. Country in a statement today he restated his opinion that. The twenty fifteen international accord a freeze Iran's nuclear program in return for lifting sanctions was a. Horrible one-sided deal. The US backed fight against Yemen's Shiite rebels has benefit. Al, Qaeda's branch in the country it's militants are battling alongside and even within units, financed an armed by the Saudi led coalition fighting the rebels a group says those battlegrounds have been a recruiting bonanza moreover how kinda was allowed to pull out, of, multiple strongholds at healthy in Yemen taking with it weapons and cash under secret deals with a coalition according to an AP investigation. KOMO news time now ten forty six singer. And reality TV, personality Jessie James, decker caused a stir over social media post. Where she appears to be, holding an. Alcoholic beverage while breastfeeding her son ABC's Paula, Ferriss spoke with ABC's chief medical correspondent Dr Jennifer Ashton about the risks and you have delivered your share babies hundred and I will admit full disclosure, I, nursed all three of my kids with a glass of wine in my hand because that's what my lactation consultant instructed me to. Do one glass right you're saying so so what's Okay first of all not a lot because again we can't do control studies where we're. Going to be giving breastfeeding or lactating women a lot of alcohol and then testing. It in their breast milk but the thinking here is that as long as the mom does not feel neabry aided or. Buzzed the amount that is passed along to the baby in breast, milk is minimal and that an occasional alcoholic beverage in. A breastfeeding woman will not harm the baby it takes about thirty to sixty minutes for anything that's consumed to go through, the moms blood and pass into breast milk and when. The mom feels better and that's cleared from her blood it's cleared from the breast milk at the same time the other interesting. Thing here in probably the reason you're a lactation consultant recommended it to you is that when mothers tense when skating and by the way it can. Be? Painful it's very exactly I By the way that's right it can actually inhibit the letdown. Reflects so a little bit of alcohol can actually help the letdown, hormone so in in the kind of lactation who wives. Kind of circle a little bit is thought now Ted relaxes the mom and and it allows the no doubt so finally, let's ask you about the notion of pumping and dumping, we had too much Right so normally when we say pump and dump that's with a. Woman who's. Using a breast pump that's for medications. That are actually dangerous or contraindicated or viruses or some kind of. Infection in the mom it doesn't really work as well for alcohol but we have to remember. Any anytime you see anything dealing with a woman's breasts it becomes. Global news, and everyone feels like they can weigh in on what. Happened to Jesse James Are you have to remember is. Yes there, are clear benefits to breastfeeding, both for the mom and the baby but it's not always logistically possible for every, woman and it's not always something that the mom chooses to do so when I council, women, on this, I, say the operative word in breastfeeding is feeding and a woman needs to feed her baby the best way she. Thinks and, the best way for her and everyone else. Needs to stay, in their land ABC's Paula Farris along with Dr Jennifer Ashton a screen time link to poor health and, kids? As we hear from ABC's Dave Schreiber scientific, advisory statement from the American Heart Association says screen time from computers phones tablets video games TV and other devices is connected to more sedentary behavior in children. And teams that can lead to poor cardiovascular, health and obesity though there's no clear link to poor health researchers are concerned eating, behaviors could be affected with kids not noticing when they're full while eating in front of a. Screen There's also. Evidence suggesting screen time can disrupt sleep, Dave Schreiber ABC Japan's trying to get workers to take more time off but it's been difficult advertising exact suicide three years ago was ruled karoshi which means death by overwork the Japanese government started taking a. Hard look, at its culture of working, long grueling hours but little time off last year it implemented a plan encouraging businesses to give employees the last Friday of the month off it's following that up with a, new, idea letting, them, have the Monday morning following the last Friday off to it's an acknowledgment by the government of the need for. Work life, balance but companies start acknowledging the same thing. Only eleven percent, of employees are leaving earlier coming in late citing a crushing workload if the office Cheri Preston.

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Kroger may expand Visa credit-card ban to more stores

Scott Sloan

00:38 sec | 4 years ago

Kroger may expand Visa credit-card ban to more stores

"No longer accept the charge cards at some of their stores and that policy eventually might expand to the, entire chain smoker is the owner of several grocery store, companies including Foods Co. which is announced that starting next month you won't be. Able to use your visa credit card to pay your groceries Kroger tells Bloomberg the parent. Company which operates twenty five hundred supermarkets nationwide might follow suit Kroger is angry at the, rates and fees visa charges companies when people use their cards ninety. Billion dollars worldwide, broker wants those fees lowered visa. Debit cards within the Kroger family will still be allowed Cheri Preston ABC news visa says his disappointed by the move. Says it's, working.

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James Gunn, Emily Dreyfuss and Cheri Preston discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

01:42 min | 4 years ago

James Gunn, Emily Dreyfuss and Cheri Preston discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"The Dow gained one hundred eight points the s&p five hundred picked up thirteen, the NASDAQ gained fourteen stocks boosted by a report. That the US and China are in talks to ease trade tensions. Facebook confirms it removed thirty two pages and accounts. It says were part of a coordinated effort to influence this. Country's midterm elections the social network says it doesn't yet know who's behind the campaign but the actors went to even greater lengths to obscure their identities than the Russian agency that's been charged with interfering in the twenty sixteen presidential election Scott Goldberg ABC news For what it's worth I'm Cheri Preston what should you. Do with your old tweets with the recent controversy surrounding guardians. Of, the galaxy director James gone a lot. Of, people are wondering that Emily Dreyfuss technology writer at wired magazine got rid of. All hers I paid fourteen ninety nine to delete all my tweets in one James Gunn had written some really offensive. Tweets seven eight years ago and when Disney the. Parent company, of ABC found out about it they fired him Dreyfuss says she. Gets it name reason, I deleted my tweets was because we have, seen a rise in people going back through people's old tweets and weaponising things you you've said and taking them out of context and I decided the, risk was too great To just keep my bad, jokes alive and. Facebook posts and Instagram pictures of. Course. Live on in screen shots so they're never really gone perhaps you should follow the old rule to never put up anything you wouldn't want published front and center everywhere forever. For what it's worth Cheri Preston ABC news It took, five decades but, a Redmond, woman finally knows who her, father is as komo's Brian. Calvert tells us science save the day.

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Major Facebook Revenue Drop Has Long-Term Investors on Alert

News, Traffic and Weather

02:59 min | 4 years ago

Major Facebook Revenue Drop Has Long-Term Investors on Alert

"Survivor who owes her health. She, tells me too early detection from her, annual procedure tells me it was always very painful for her every year I come to get. A mammogram even though it's not. Comfortable and I grab it and usually I'm just. Beside, myself and technologists Kathy grant tells me most of her patients feel the same I mean they, really come in very anxious because of the compression right now. Bellevue imaging tells me they're. The only clinic on the east side with the smart curve. Paddle there are several others in Seattle that use it Denise Whitaker KOMO news Your money at twenty and fifty. Past the hour on KOMO news now the KOMO propel insurance money update from ABC news Wall Street now stocks finished. The week on a sour note the Dow Jones industrial average lost seventy six points. The broader s and p five hundred fell. Eighteen and the NASDAQ dropped one hundred fourteen points those last. Two averages, pulled down by tech stocks Intel and Twitter having bad days as. For Facebook dropped Amir point seven eight percent Friday after those staggering back to back losses of. Twenty four and twenty percents on Wednesday and Thursday, Scott Goldberg, ABC news For what it's, worth I'm Cheri Preston imagine your company losing one hundred, and twenty billion dollars in a couple of hours now imagine losing fifteen, billion of your own personal wealth. In the same timeframe imagine your Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg we'd thought that, this was going to kind of grow in perpetuity and it seems sort of unassailable but now there's a lot of. Questions sort of answering investors, minds about whether it really is going to continue on the same trajectory business insiders following the conference. Call at which Mark Zuckerberg and company announced they expect revenue to. Decelerating for the rest of this year partly. Because they're trying to, make money off Instagram stories and. It's tough to make money off Instagram stories partly because of privacy a. Key component of Facebook. Success Europe people are worried about the implementation of. The strict new data laws and that's kind of, keeping a lot, of, people from maybe sharing as much information that could be valuable to advertisers Amazon on the other hand made two, billion dollars in the Same time its biggest. Quarterly profit ever for what, it's worth Cheri Preston ABC news Oh Honey that amazing sweet and flavorful product are wonderful Bs give us did you know a. B. will, only produce about one twelfth of a teaspoon of. Honey in its lifetime in Jesse United States. Are over three hundred varieties of Honey the variety depends. Upon the type of blossom the bees are, collecting, nectar. From here, in the northwest we have one of my all, time favorites blackberry Honey you know from all those wild blackberries grown alongside, the road if you're like me and love to, whip up creative beverages and cocktails try making Honey water just mix one part Honey and one part water until well combined mix it with fresh lemon. Or lime and add a,.

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At least 2 dead, scores of homes lost as fire sweeps through Redding

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

02:02 min | 4 years ago

At least 2 dead, scores of homes lost as fire sweeps through Redding

"Cheri Preston a terrifying night in the northern California community of reading where people had to run for their lives from a fast moving wildfire Teams are. Racing into the city of. Ninety thousand people. Homes have earned a bulldozer operator was killed overnight the fire chief saying it's an extremely tough fight as we mourn the loss we also battle Fire that is moving extremely quickly and a radical into western at one point overnight firefighters and residents for trapped by walls of. Flames in the neighborhood Cal fire says there have been people. Burned they don't know how severe late Alex stone ABC and what appears to be the. Fulfillment of an agreement between President Trump and dictator Kim Jong UN North Korea has handed over to South. Korea fifty-five flag-draped cases believed to hold the remains of US soldiers. Killed in the Korean. War estimates are that there is many a seventy seven hundred Americans who are. Missing from the Korean war, fifty three hundred of those are expected to be inside of North Korea that's ABC's Elizabeth McLaughlin the remains will go to Hawaii for identification reaction to claims. From Michael Cohen, President, Trump's former personal attorney then candidate Trump was aware of. Two thousand sixteen Trump Tower meeting with Russian. Officials offering. Dirt on Hillary Clinton before it happened to president. Rights on Twitter this morning quote no I did. Not know of the meeting. With my son Don Jr. sounds to me like someone is trying to make up stories. In, order to get himself out of an unrelated jam that an apparent reference to Cohen's own legal issues has prosecutors in New York examine whether Cohen committed financial crimes Karen Travers ABC. News the White, House the second quarter was. A good one for the economy Commerce Department reports gross domestic product output of goods and services rose at an annual rate of four. Point one percent that's the fastest pace since two thousand fourteen. And President Trump is expected to talk about it at the White House within the hour. You're listening to ABC news stay connected stay informed KOMO news six oh to Friday it's the comb morning. News so the sun's starting to shine woman up to about.

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Starbucks barista in Philadelphia accused of mocking customer's stutter

Sean Hannity

01:41 min | 4 years ago

Starbucks barista in Philadelphia accused of mocking customer's stutter

"Of a customer you're fired period starbucks is making it clear after an employee at a store in philadelphia was shown the door for reportedly mocking a customer with a stutter going so far as to spell the customer's name on his beverage cup with extra letters a friend saw and emailed starbucks but not before the image went viral the company says that behavior does not reflect the experience customers at starbucks should expect daria albinger abc news second part of a bourbon distillery collapses in kentucky spilling thousands of barrels of the stuff back on june twenty the second half of a barton seventeen ninety two distillery warehouse collapsed spilling about nine thousand barrels of bourbon now that second half of the distillery has also collapsed valerie nevin lives nearby heard like a splitting of the wood coming apart like you would hear like an shipwreck nobody was hurt if anybody had been around that that catastrophe would have been even worse bourbon lovers may not be as relieved it's known how many of the toppled barrels can be salvaged officials say it could take weeks to learn the root cause of the collapse ryan burrow abc news and actual honest to goodness printed out toy catalog for christmas courtesy of jeff bezos and company toys r us is gone done in the company says by bigger retailers like walmart and mammoth online retailers like amazon so why then is amazon stepping into toys r us and even sears roebuck territory with a toy catalog experts say amazon's trying to tap into the nostalgia those catalogs bring they know kids devour them and parents remember them finally not only will amazon be mailing it's holiday toy list millions of homes that also be giving them away at whole foods during the holiday season cheri preston abc news extras white sox at minute maid pregame at six.

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Sara Lee Kessler, Cheri Preston and Yuma discussed on "News

"News

00:33 sec | 4 years ago

Sara Lee Kessler, Cheri Preston and Yuma discussed on "News

"Trends i'm cheri preston abc news now the latest health news here's sara lee kessler contaminated irrigation water may have been the cause of that ecoli outbreak traced to romaine lettuce grown in the yuma arizona area the fda says samples taken from canal water in the region have identified the presence of the same e coli strain as the one in the outbreak the fda and the cdc have been collecting water soil and cow manure samples the effort killed five people and sickened more than two hundred people.

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What is on and off the November ballot

Radio Night Live with Kevin McCullough

01:11 min | 4 years ago

What is on and off the November ballot

"Cents at seventy three dollars and forty five cents a barrel an attempt to tax soda has fallen flat in california state lawmakers passed a bill banning them on the state and local level for the next twelve years the bills now headed to governor jerry brown for his signature daria albinger abc news for what it's worth i'm cheri preston it might be the long way round for a revelation forty six thousand miles through the seven seas i think this great rice well i suppose of discovery phase so wendy tuck is a skipper on one of a dozen sailing boats taking part of the clipper round the world race there's times when you have to dig really reading state and you can see the person next to suffering do working really hard you just have to do the same thing they're under the last leg of this eleven month odyssey new york to great britain this is talk second time sailing the globe and he's still learning more encouraged criminal not stress about the big stuff just little stuff that looks after the fixed she's a pro most of the crew of the ships are amateurs like canadian dr samantha harper who put her life on hold for a year to sail i think i've discovered that i can be a bit more assertive and i have been in real life often high probably under sell myself i think a.

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