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Journalists Recount Covering R. Kelly's Charges for Years

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02:01 min | Last month

Journalists Recount Covering R. Kelly's Charges for Years

"R and B superstar is in court this week in Brooklyn for the first of two federal trials, and we need to take a moment to state in advance that this is, of course, a story that deals with sexual and physical abuse. Kelly faces multiple charges of sexual abuse against young women and girls as well as trafficking and racketeering. These accusations span decades, we're going to talk to two people who have been following R. Kelly for many years. That's Jim D Regard is formally of the Chicago Sun Times and author of the book soulless The Case against R. Kelly. And Dream. Hampton, executive producer of the Lifetime Television series, Surviving R. Kelly, Welcome to you both. Thanks. So thank you. Jim, I want to start with you because part of what led to the trial, which is getting underway right in this Brooklyn courtroom, um, started when The Chicago Sun Times first published allegations that R. Kelly had engaged in sex with minors. Can you talk a little bit about his status at that time? In terms of when the allegations began to surface Well, R Kelly was the dominant voice in R and B for generation 100 million albums sold. He was tried once in 2000 and eight after being indicted in 2002 Very narrow charges. One girl 1 14, Year old on one video tape. She didn't testify. Her parents didn't testify and he was acquitted. How significant is this moment of him being back in federal court? How is this different from then? Now? All of these years later, after 30 years of victimizing Young, almost entirely black women. You know, he is being charged with his entire 30 year career being a criminal enterprise that enabled him to pursue this sexual victimization of so many young women and to threaten, coerce and bribe those who bravely spoke out against him. And beyond this

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"chicago sun times" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

The Mark Levin Show

06:27 min | Last month

"chicago sun times" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

"America mark levin here our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one time for police officers to rise up if teachers and their unions can rise up. Why can't police officers and their unions rise up. of course. I don't mean in violence but i mean in protest and it looks like it's beginning in chicago land chicago-sun-times chicago cops give cold-shouldered mayor lightfoot at hospital after two officers shot they did this the nypd with the commie. Oh two which is good. Read you this part of the story. They turned away and gave her their backs. Mayor lory lightfoot was given the cold shoulder by copd rank and file about midnight saturday at the university chicago medical center when she approached them on the seventh floor. As they grappled with the shooting of two fellow officers chicago police officer ella. French was shot and killed as you know during a traffic. Stop saturday night and west englewood. While her partner continues to fight for his life three people are in custody. You know as a side point one of the reasons. I decided to live in virginia maryland. When i came up this way twenty two years old to serve in the reagan administration. I tell you this truthfully wasn't just taxes. Although that was important wasn't just lifestyle. Though that was born was virginia had the death penalty and they used it. Maryland did not. Virginia no longer. Has the death penalty. Just one time with the democrats control. Just shows you the priorities. The death penalty really is a life saving lifesaving. We'll discuss at another day that today's not the day lori lightfoot was given the cold shoulder chicago police officer ella french's you know was killed just moments before about thirty officers turned their backs on the mayor. Lightfoot tried to talk to the male officers father. The male officers filed none of the one one in severe critical condition who himself is a retired chicago. Police officer he clearly wanted nothing to do life foot according to two sources who were there. The father excoriated the mayor and blamed her for what had happened. One source said lightfoot handled herself well obviously one of the pr flags for her as the father yell at her she listened and treated him with respect and then it was suggested lightfoot say a few words nearby grieving officers but as she approached they all walked away from her to the other side of the bancshares turn their backs on her sources said and even her statement was so bizarre he monte morgan. Twenty-one and eric morgan twenty two these are the killers face. Lydney felony charges in the saturday shooting of the police officers and the murder of hell of french remember. I wonder if ella french's name will be remembered as well. As michael brown's name dancers no two brothers have been charged in connection with a weekend shooting. That killed one chicago police officer and seriously wounded the other year. Monte morgan twenty-one eric morgan twenty two face litany of felony charges monte morgan was charged with first degree murder of a police officer to of attempted first degree murder of the peace officer aggravated unlawful. Use of a weapon and unlawful use of a weapon by a felon to the cook county. State's attorney's office eric. Morgan was charged with aggravated unlawful. Use of a weapon unlawful. Use of a weapon by felon and obstruction of justice. So they're both Felons both doing court tuesday. Third person have been taken into custody sunday but no charges have been filed yet on monday. Federal prosecutors also filed criminal charges against an indiana man who allegedly acted as the so-called straw purchaser. the handgun used in the shooting. Jamal danzi twenty. Nine of hammond was arrested. Sonny's being held in federal custody pending a detention hearing set for wednesday afternoon. French twenty nine and her partner. Who were part of a three officer. Car sign of the community safety team. This is community policing you here. We need to have community policing while these two officers one was murdered. One is near death. They were community policing were shot during a traffic stop after nine pm. French wounded partner was still in critical condition. Money but was incrementally improving said chicago police who pretended david brown on monday evening. French and her partner pulled over the car. The brothers were driving saturday night because at expired plates. And i'm telling you. I know enough police officers. This is their great fear when they stop these cars. They have no idea who's in there. They're going to shoot through the windows particularly if the windows are tainted. Excuse me tinted. They pulled over the car. The brothers were driving french and her partner struggle with a monte morgan near the trunk of the car and toward the front passenger seat of the car which is where he was originally seated. But for these type of traffic stops. Our cities wouldn't be safe officers. Put in harm's way stopping suspects like this so we can all sleep safely in our homes at night said the police. Commissioner has for a motive. We're still working on motive. The criminals.

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"chicago sun times" Discussed on 1A

1A

07:07 min | Last month

"chicago sun times" Discussed on 1A

"Some of those same areas today. We're taking a look at the toll of violence on communities and survivors. What impact has it had and what our community doing to stop it in. Its tracks to answer those questions. Resuming in one neighborhood on the south side called roseland joining us now to talk about. It is lockheed shaves. She's a chicago based reporter for the trace. That's a nonprofit. Newsroom that covers guns and gun. Violence in the us locator. It's great to talk to you. Thanks for having me so you spent months analyzing police in homicide data as well as talking with chicago residents who've been impacted by gun violence. What were some of your biggest takeaways. Yeah so some of my biggest takeaways when speaking with survivors and people who have just lived in neighborhoods that typically experience a lot of gun. Violence was that there is just this pervasive level of trauma in communities across chicago and that oftentimes people do not have the resources that they need in order to move forward in their lives so things like mental health clinics affordable housing and employment another on big theme that we found in our reporting. We looked at police. Data is that often times the likelihood that an arrest would be made in some of these shootings is quite low and that at least in the case of roseland shooting cd would suspend their investigations of shootings. But then just a month of of these incidents taking place so it was really shocking to see that but also to speak with survivors. Who understood that that was already the case and they sort of knew what was available to them and how difficult the road ahead would be for them given everything that they know about chicago and and gun violence in the city will according to your reporting more than thirty thousand people have been shot in chicago over the past decade and of those thirty thousand five and six survived. What do we know about the typical victims of gun violence in the city. Yes so oftentimes The people who are injured due to gun violence in chicago tend to be quite young. We found in our analysis that of those. You know more than thirty thousand shootings that have happened since two thousand ten more than half of the victims were people just on the cusp of adult head. So you know age twenty four a younger and that often overwhelmingly really. The majority of these victims are either black or lead to nex. There's a lot of conversation nationally about gun violence in a spotlight as often placed on chicago. But when you look at it through the lens of your reporting how do you think chicago fits into that national dialogue. Yeah so oftentimes we talk about chicago because it is a major city. Compared to los angeles in new york chicago sees quite a bit more in terms of its murder rate. it's a bit higher But when we look at the country as a whole and again comparing murder rates chicago is not even in the top three or top five when we look at the city and just the sheer number of murders that happen Chicago does rank number one in that way but you know compared to the rest of the country there other places in the us that are experiencing even higher levels of this type of violence in this type of trauma in their communities. I wanna zoom in on the roseland neighborhood again. it's on the south side of chicago. Give us a sense of who lives there and with the neighborhood itself is like yeah so roseland is a very old community area. In the city it started out about two hundred years ago as a village of dutch emigrants and then fast forward to the great migration and around the nineteen sixties within the span of about two generations. It became a majority black community and that is the way that it still is today. But a lot of the industry that was available in the seventies and the eighties has largely disappeared. But if you talk to people in roseland you're likely to find people who have lived there for either almost all of their life or you know they are a part of a generational family that has lived in rose lender at least on the south side for a number of decades and i asked people to to describe roseland in one word and it would really varied. Some people described it as village. Some people said it was dangerous or horrific but oftentimes a word that people would use to describe roseland. Resilient and people are aware of the type of issues at the community is facing but they want to persevere and to really uplift roseland on ensure that it has a future when you look at national coverage of chicago and this outside and gun violence. What do you think is overlooked. Or what do you think. National media gets wrong altogether. I asked my sources all the time what they think national media gets wrong they think local media it's wrong and oftentimes there response. That people have this. Just you know these are real people that are being affected by this issue so often when we talk about gun violence. It isn't the daily weekly monthly. Tally of how many people were shot. And how many people died but accent and that sort of conversation is these families. Family are entire blocks neighborhood blocks in communities. That are being devastated by something. That is really quite traumatizing in that it can have ramifications ramifications for know an entire lifetime. So there's a lot more going on beyond just you know. Gun violence this up and gun violence this up in chicago There's a lot more nuance there. We'll speaking of nuance this year alone. Sixty people have been shot in roseland. But you say the neighborhood is often overlooked in discussions of gun violence in chicago. Why is that. Yeah so often times in chicago again. There's this focus on the the weekly amount of people who have been shot in the city which is of course important but it again overlooks some of the deeper experiences. That are happening. And what i found interesting about. Roseland is as you mentioned. More than sixty people have been shot there this year but it is not a sort of high level of gun violence that you would see on the west side of chicago or even in other south side neighborhoods and. That's one of the reasons. I found it interesting that it's this sort of study level of gun violence and if people were having these types of experiences in roseland than what does it say about you know neighborhoods that are experiencing some of the more extreme levels of this type of trauma we're talking about one chicago neighborhoods response to the toll of gun violence. We'll be back with more in just a moment.

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"chicago sun times" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

06:21 min | 4 months ago

"chicago sun times" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Roman participation place in burma aung san suu cheesy person at a court hearing for the first time since she and other officials were deposed in february first military coup. She faces a range of charges that the united nations and others have condemned as politically motivated including illegally possessing walkie-talkies and violating a state. Secrets law suit cheese. Legal team says she has no access to newspapers only partly aware of events that have taken place since her arrest. A local rights group says over eight hundred people have been killed and forty three hundred arrested. Since february first is mass protests shook the country meanwhile rebel fighters say they killed dozens of burmese security force members over the weekend in bangladesh. Prominent investigative journalist rozina. Islam who reported on corruption and the government's response to the pandemic has been granted bail after her arrest last week prompted international outrage under the colonial era official secrets act which carries a possible death penalty press freedom. Groups are calling for charges to be dropped immediately. A severe cyclone is brewing in the bay of bengal is forecast to slam into northeast india wednesday with one hundred mph winds. This comes just one week. After another cyclone-battered india's western state of gujarat as the most powerful storm to hit the region in two decades killing at least one hundred forty people over the weekend authorities said sixty one bodies have been recovered from a barge carrying oil workers. That sank in the arabian sea last week. In the eastern democratic republic of congo. At least fifteen people were killed. Thousands more forced to flee their homes as lava from a volcano near the city of goma reached their villages and neighbourhoods residents blame the government for failing to warn them of the impending eruption was was that i was with my husband who is too old and he didn't want to leave the house because he was sick he couldn't walk. I said to myself. I can't go alone. We've been married for the best and for the worst. I went back to at least try to get him out. But couldn't i ran away and he got burned inside. I don't know what to do. I curse to stay lava from the eruption flow to within a mile of goma's main airport but the city of one million people appears to have been spared. The united states experienced another weekend of deaths and injuries from at least twelve mass shootings. At least eleven people were killed and sixty nine injured from gun violence in new jersey south carolina georgia ohio in minnesota the nonprofit gun violence archive reported twenty twenty one as the second straight year. The us has seen over sixty mass shootings in the month of may with two hundred twenty nine mass shootings recorded since the start of the year in minneapolis community members. Civil rights leaders. George floyd family gathered to mark the first anniversary of floyd's murder ahead of the may twenty fifth anniversary. Tuesday this is local community organizer in pastor. Carmen means what has changed. The game hasn't changed. The game remains the same. But what has changed is that you've been activated on a whole 'nother level. There's a you're on the inside. Do that was activated on five. Twenty five own a whole 'nother level. George floyd murder at the hands of the minneapolis. Police set off a nationwide uprising and global movement calling for an end to racism and for the defense of black lives. President biden will host floyd's family at the white house on tuesday. We will speak one of the food family attorneys lee merritt later in the broadcast a warning to our viewers. This next story contains disturbing footage of police. Violence in tennessee newly published video shows officers at the marshall county jail pressing a hog tied man into the floor with their knees on his back for nearly four minutes and taunting him as she pleaded with officers that he could not bree forty eight year. Old william jeanette who was white died during the violent encounter. The marshall county medical examiner's office rule. Genetics death a homicide a combination of drug intoxication. And it's fixation. Despite the ruling grand jury declined to indict any of the officers the newly surfaced video shows ginette shouted help. They're going to kill me as officers cursed at him with one replying. You shouldn't be able to breathe you stupid bastard and in media news. Shareholders have approved the purchase if tribune publishing by new york hedge fund alden global capital for six hundred. Thirty three million dollars tribune publishing's many newspapers include. The chicago tribune. The baltimore sun in the new york daily news alden which already owns around one hundred newspapers. Two hundred publications is known for making major cuts two local papers and pursuit of profit. The outlet more perfect union reports old and slash the staff of the denver. Post by seventy five percent and closed six newsrooms and twenty twenty about half of daily local newspaper circulation in the united states is now controlled by hedge funds and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot. org the quarantine report. I mean we couldn't. The united nations is appealing to the world to address the dire humanitarian situation in gaza as a ceasefire between israel and hamas holding for a fourth day. The eleven days rally on gaza killed two hundred forty eight palestinians including sixty six children. They're more than seventeen hundred. People were injured. The un is estimating at least six thousand residents of gaza. We're left homeless. After their homes were bombed by israel which has maintained a blockade on gaza for the past fourteen years. Meanwhile tension remains high across the region on sunday. Dozens of jewish settlers backed by israeli security forces stormed the mosque compound..

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"chicago sun times" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:04 min | 5 months ago

"chicago sun times" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Anytime you score a goal, and then a child huge, no matter what team it is. So, um, I don't look at his medal team. It's just another team, the NHL and, um, I've been here for a month. It's my team. It's where I want to be. I'm gonna help this team win. So whenever I could score is gonna feel good. Well, let's go to John Deeds with the Daily Herald. Then, isn't it a little bit gratifying, though, to do it against a team that you you know, I know your heart's not obviously, but a little more gratifying to do it against those guys were tonight. Yeah. I mean, um e. I just said anytime you square going, the night show, it's It's huge. My mindset is, uh, the next day and it doesn't matter who we play, but, uh I mean, it doesn't feel that much better than it was Flora that I scored could be any one of the sea, the main objectives just to win and help the team. They need. That's all the questions we have for you. Thank you. Continuing to produce for the Blackhawks. And again he has just almost at a point per game pace since coming over three weeks ago. Four weeks ago. I believe now as we approach that mark here, but Dennis Rosa When the Hawks back and lead your pregame guy who made a selection of I thought we also had a had a real solid game was Brandon Hagel. He had a perfect set up there for Vinny on that gold to put the Blackhawks back ahead by a score of 2 to 1 Kirby Doc also assisted on that goal. By Vinnie Ministro Zen. He is downstairs, ready to take questions from the media. How would you sum this one up? Obviously, you guys get their first school, but they tie it twice and then score late and falling over time. Whatever the emotions after this one Art sucks. Um, we're fighting for our lives right now. Not get two points. Is that sex, so we gotta find a way to get two points. I mean, it's nice to get one point Claw back a little bit, But I gotta find a way to get to almost every night here to get a share of the chance. You had a really good night at the dot against bark off, But what was the key there and guess what? What? Why did it works so well for you tonight? There? I don't know. I just felt good. Felt confident. I want these matchups. I wanna be planning, instable best players and kind of size it up that way, So it's a test for me and I enjoyed those tests. So we got to keep moving forward, but this one behind us and get ready for the next one. The next question will come from then Pope of the Chicago Sun Times. Kirby. It seems like even outside the face offs. You were playing well and physically engaged. You feel like your game is coming around the past few weeks. Yeah, obviously with an injury, it's gonna take time to Get back into things and feel confident. I'm using my body and my strength and my size so E. Gotta keep keep improving and keep helping the team. Push forward here, and hopefully we can string together. Some wins. Anything you're hoping to accomplish her are sort of work on these less few weeks of the season. No, I just wanna get in the playoffs and enjoy that. Enjoy the playoff atmosphere in that's always fun talking to be in Next question will come from John needs to the Daily Herald. For me. Can you talk a little bit about how you've grown in the penalty kill? Especially tonight with you and Allison? Are you guys looking to do what you did my most nights and trying to go the other way like you did tonight, Or is it just a matter of circumstances? I think, Alex. Not both being partly, guys. We kind of know and understand the reeds of a power plan and no kind of way to cheat it and, um, take away their routes. It works well, and obviously if we got a chance to go score, why not? We're just going to give us the green light to do. That was long as we're not giving up too many. The odd man rushes the other way and being responsible still, but it kind of comes first being good defensively, then you'll get trances offensively. Goes for five on 500 on the kill. Thanks. We'll be just real quick. You got a couple of scores from guys that you just recently acquired, Uh What hope does that give you guys for? Building chemistry with guys like that? Instructive for the future. It Zim Porton flow starts to get in and feel comfortable to team. I think Businesses. Many second go around and gods is new and Connolly and stolen too, as well. So they fit in well with our group, and we seem to be having a lot of fun off the ice and even on the ice, the practice runs joking around and Enjoying each other, so it's important about that chemistry. For the future and have good online success. Thank you. Kirby. Thank you very much for burdock assist tonight. Also, along with long lines of the first question Winning 10 of 12 draws Ah lot of them going up against Sasha Barkov, who Comes into the night 54% of wind right on the dot for him and obviously one of the league's elite players. So good on Kirby. And one thing we haven't touched down, going back and forth to is the recent decision by German. We saw Kirby on the penalty kill last season in the bubble as his role continue to grow. But now with wave seen Alex to break it, grow his entire game. Take it up in extra notch this year. Having offensive weapons who are capable of playing on the penalty, kill eyes? That nice little thing they have, and they certainly they were part of a couple of great shorthanded opportunities the Hawks had tonight. You have to have the ability to play well, defensively. If you're going to be on the penalty killing, you gotta have that willingness to block shots and you got to be a 200 ft type of player. Even though you have offensive skill like Alex to brink. It does what you see, and what the coaches seeing is his ability to play the 200 ft game, and that's why you're getting that responsibility to kill. If you're just out there to try and create offense. That's not gonna work. You have to be able to defend and he's reliable than his positioning in his own end of the ice on the penalty kill, and once he gets the puck, he knows what to do with it. So I think it's a good decision and you know you're you're you're in a position where Jonathan Tape's not available to the lineup. He plays that 200 ft game. He's on the power play..

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Special events could return to Chicago this summer

WGN Programming

01:08 min | 6 months ago

Special events could return to Chicago this summer

"Good news when it comes to the pandemic events in Chicago may start returning to normal this summer. Glenn Marshall is live in Grant Park with more Glenn. Good morning, Dan. That's more people are starting to get vaccinated. Chicago was receiving some hope. The mayor suggested bringing back those outdoor festivals for this summer making summer 2021 fill a little bit like summer 2019. According to the Chicago Sun Times, the City Council committee authorized the full calendar of special events for the summer. That same article suggests that a mayoral aide hopes the city's $1.8 billion in new federal relief funds will help pay for certain events like the taste of Chicago blues and gospel fest as well as the air and water show. More hope comes out of the convention center, McCormick Place Wrigley Field and guaranteed Rate field have all been authorized to allow 20% capacity. In an interview with Crain's Chicago business, Illinois deputy Governor Dan Hi suggested that the Chicago auto Show could make a return in July of the city of Chicago signs off on it. With more rollouts of the vaccine happening, and restaurants and night life re opening May Laurie Life was believes this summer could resemble Repent Emmett Times,

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"chicago sun times" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

06:20 min | 7 months ago

"chicago sun times" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Away his right there on madison in western and everything that was happening in that community was about knowledge about education. The more samaritans had a big presence in community. The teachings of africa the chemic- the teachings turtle island now what we call america all that was being taught so got level knowledge. That was their libraries that we had the books that would be passed around in a community. That was so powerful in so enrich when we look at chicago now. That westside community from austin to western avenue. Still hasn't been redeveloped on west side of chicago at talk to you about the south side. They're talking to you about all these other places. But from austin to western mike community where i came from after the riots after burn down after all that after all the drugs that were pumped into my community thought the weapons that were put into my community after all it deaths after on the everything all their incarcerations that community. That i've been trying to rebuild. I've been trying to invest money. Been trying to come back in the politically from austin to western avenue. They have yet to let them. Beat developed now. This is why we live the chicago bulls. This is why we live jerry. Reinsdorf because ryan's off into chicago bulls and west side chicago two blocks away from the black panther headquarters when every other team was moving out to the suburbs. They stay right there on the west side of chicago and they didn't leave and they stayed say bright the internet community and is starting to build a little bit again closer to western in agung across western in. Then we'll see what happens. But that's stronghold of knowledge in resistance is still present on the west side now. What are we resisting. we want to be up. Lifted back to the human race as the human race. And then there's the subcategories of race. We don't wanna be these subcategories anymore. We wanna be elevated back to the human race where the classified white who was born with birthrights sits so any of our friends if you want to help us stop calling yourself white about that in. It's interesting because whiteness almost might whiteness is treated as the absence of race right like race exists to put other people down right so white people become to baseline everything else winds up being based on that and it is the most powerful thing that anybody can be in is the hardest thing as we have discussed with people about like the idea of white privilege and i understand why some people might be resistant because they think they worked really hard and they overcame some things and so they don't feel like anything gave them a boost but the key is nothing specifically stepped on you right. There was nothing designed to stop you. Well those people right themselves individually. They did nothing wrong the system. This is what the system designed again theodore allen. Go back look at thorough that one the invention of the race the system of white once it connected to the us government. Now it takes the individual out of the individual. Didn't do anything the system takes care of it by your classification. When you classify white you get birthrights so think of it this way. Money we in the club right. We trying to get the club in a given out these wristbands witness line and they d your white wristband white baggage be appeal vip room. They got sherlock champagne. Shrimp they got all the stuff. And everything's free fight right. The black wristband right. You can go and be at people now. What's in the vip room in america. You don't have to fight for voting rights you don't have to fight for equal rights. You don't have to fight for civil rights you don't have to fight for none of those rights. Those rights are granted to you at birth. The black wristband. You can get into club you can dance to the music. You can listen to the dj in everything else. But you don't have those birthrights they get you into this room so what they call race in. This country is really status. You have white status or you have black status or people of color stacks. That's what this racial system is about. So when they talk about white supremacy and white nationalist. Okay those who classify as white. They give privileges now the individual himself he and she said hey. I didn't i didn't do anything wrong in their right. They didn't do anything wrong. This system is wrong. So when we want to have the race compensation i establish. Is there such a thing is race. Because that's the big lie all right. That is my man as a thomas. I really appreciate you joining us. Because that is i was really thinking. We could have a compensation for a lot of people on some topics they had not considered you absolutely delivered on that mazwai. Greatly appreciate it. Thank you thank you for having me and thank you for opening up the door in this lane for us to have this conversation more. Importantly thank your mom and dad. You may notice sports. Lame has been difficult You because a watch you and you don't have to say it. But the way been treated in his sports and entertainment lane because of your education and some who have been less educated than you. I've seen rise in. It ain't got nothing to do with personality. But i just thank you for. How can i say it. Just staying professional. They met i greatly appreciate the ladies and gentlemen. Thanks for joining us here on the right time due to a couple of times a week my gay best ain't handles everything behind the scenes. Thank you sir. Thank you to carmax. remember subscribe to the right time rates review gives. Five-star is the only goes four stars. I'm inclined to believe you are hater. And what's up guys in a couple of days take it easy. Thanks for checking out the right time with bomani jones. Podcast you can listen or subscribe on the espn.

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Mini-Episode "Answer me this" Guest predictions: Bears QB - burst 2

The Sportscaster and Her Son

01:13 min | 7 months ago

Mini-Episode "Answer me this" Guest predictions: Bears QB - burst 2

"First time podcast. Guest longtime listener mark silverman. Espn one thousand co host of waddle and silvy two to six every day on espn. One thousand. I am going to go and i had a list the other day on the show of seventeen quarterbacks who could be hat or who could be on the move and out of all of those if i have to pick one. I'm going to go jimmy garoppolo. I believe san francisco's in a position. Right now where they have a really good thing going and they want to replace jimi g. since he's been injury prone i think you can get jimmy g. for cheaper than he's been whether he's caught you could sign up for cheaper free agent deal. He may want to go back to new england. Maybe bella jack doesn't want him but ryan pace eastern illinois guy also Fellow good-looking guy. Just like with trubisky could veer that way as well. So i'm going jimmy g. And as a close second maybe gruden gets rid of derek carr and the bears would trade for garrett car but those are my two if you force me to pick one. I'm going with jimmy garoppolo.

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"chicago sun times" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:45 min | 9 months ago

"chicago sun times" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Easier for me to tell you. Yeah, I'm thinking about war Mouse. Right? Thanks. Maser. Age four After three years of progress, Chicago's murder tally skyrockets in 2020. As of December 31st. Yesterday, the city recorded 774 murders. In 2020 and increase of more than 50% from the 506 murders in 2019. That's according to a database maintained by the Chicago Sun Times. The uptick was felt across the city as 20 of the CPD s. 22 police districts recorded more murders in 2020. In the year before. The number of overall shooting incidents skyrocketed to rising from 2120 in 2019 to 3237 as of December 27th of last year. CPD Superintendent David Brown has on many occasions set a perfect storm of factors led to the years spike in violence and a multipronged approach is needed to tamp down the killings. Of course, we want to see those numbers go down. It's been a difficult year, and I know that Chicago's been Really trying to make progress in terms of reducing that number and looks like looked like we were on the The right path for a while, but we saw a spike in numbers last year. Gentleman may concern Governor Pritzker announced he issued pardons for 9210 low level cannabis convictions, while Illinois state police have wiped clean more than 492,000 non felony cannabis related arrest records. Expungement process is part of the state law that legalized licensed sales of marijuana. Starting in 2020, the governor said. We will never be able to fully remedy the depth of that damage, but we can govern with the courage to admit the mistakes of our past. And the decency to set a better path forward. I was looking up some information on this and speaking of the whole legalization of marijuana. Illinois has benefited from this in a big way they've collected the state is collected more more than $100 million in revenue from cannabis sales. Since the recreational legalization program launched this year. Look, Illinois is always Always in need of the money, so in my mind Let's go for it here, right? I mean, look, Yeah, you tax it and they've done that and collect the money and they're doing that because I feel like it's far back as I can remember. It's always been Illinois's cash strapped. We need more money. We need more money. Well, here you go. Here you go. So I guess I in my mind. Good, no brainer. It's a no brainer. And look if it's a way for us, you know, talk about things. You're sick of hearing. I don't want to hear about the financial problems of Illinois anymore. Now I'm sure we're still going to But we got $100 million more to play with. And since it Illinois. I'm sure we'll manage that money. Just fine. Stand by von Ewers. You couldn't tell it was some sarcasm there. The Senate met formally to debate whether to override President Trump's defense bill veto. This could pave the way for Congress to override President Trump's veto of this key defense bill, which would be the first veto override in his presidency. The Senate is set to continue the debate Friday afternoon. So I always think this is interesting when it's news. Now. First of all, this is news because this would be the first override in President Trump's presidency, but When it's newsworthy that Senators and congressmen have to work on, you know, like New Year's Day or they have to work in a weekend. That's what always gets me. You know, the news headline is and the Senate and House have convened on a rare Saturday session. E thinking myself. Yeah, that's what you were elected to do. And if you can't make the agreement, you know before that you gotta make the agreement sometimes so Uh, you know, I always just thought that was kind of funny to hear that we're noting that they're doing their jobs and maybe they have to work on a Saturday. Heaven forbid, That's the way it is. This has been the top six and six with Bob Suraj on WGN radio next Thank you, Mr Harvey. Mike Steven in four Bob's Surat on the morning show today coming up in the second half hour of this six o'clock hour, a segment that I do on my show called outside the Loop, which airs every Saturday morning here on 7 20, WGN. Segment called the Secret History of.

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Chicago murders skyrocket in 2020

Bob Sirott

01:14 min | 9 months ago

Chicago murders skyrocket in 2020

"Three years of progress, Chicago's murder tally skyrockets in 2020. As of December 31st. Yesterday, the city recorded 774 murders. In 2020 and increase of more than 50% from the 506 murders in 2019. That's according to a database maintained by the Chicago Sun Times. The uptick was felt across the city as 20 of the CPD s. 22 police districts recorded more murders in 2020. In the year before. The number of overall shooting incidents skyrocketed to rising from 2120 in 2019 to 3237 as of December 27th of last year. CPD Superintendent David Brown has on many occasions set a perfect storm of factors led to the years spike in violence and a multipronged approach is needed to tamp down the killings. Of course, we want to see those numbers go down. It's been a difficult year, and I know that Chicago's been Really trying to make progress in terms of reducing that number and looks like looked like we were on the The right path for a while, but we saw a spike in numbers last year.

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Sisters, 18 and 21, attacked Chicago store security guard, stabbing him 27 times after they refused to wear face masks

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:22 min | 11 months ago

Sisters, 18 and 21, attacked Chicago store security guard, stabbing him 27 times after they refused to wear face masks

"To Chicago Sisters accused of stabbing a store security guard twenty-seven time God after he asked them to wear a mask. Two sisters were charged with first degree attempted murder on Tuesday after they allegedly stabbed a security guard twenty seven times just said no you, right. After he asked to women to wear a mask and use the store provided hand sanitizer police say he's talk about an overreaction and. It's one overreaction to another over-reaction ultimately that's true. Yeah. But this is generally why businesses are told. You don't don't push people on this because people are freaking crazy clearly a Chicago Police Department spokesperson told NBC News that Jessica Hill and her sister J la initially got into a verbal altercation with the guard at a shoe store in Chicago after they refused to wear a mask the late Sunday afternoon incident turned physical get him between women and their shoes. You're. Not Wrong. When one of the sisters allegedly pulled out a knife and stabbed guard multiple times. Back Neck and arms police say oh man. Chicago police said that the thirty two year old victim was hospitalized at Mount Sinai Hospital in critical condition while the sisters were arrested and treated at a hospital nearby for minor injuries. According to police the women were in good condition and later boat at Cook County jail. And a bond hearing. Soak it. Circuit Court of Cook County. That is a lot of sees judge Mary. Maruko charged women with first degree attempted murder and order them to be held without bond. I don't know if it's first degree but. It's pretty outrageous. First degree premeditated. That's right. Yeah. Yeah. This doesn't sound like it was premeditated. For the moment second degree, the sisters a court appointed attorney could not be immediately reached for comment. But the Chicago Tribune reported that the defense lawyer argued that they were acting in self defense and that they have bipolar disorder, they have some kind of disorder for sure if someone asks you to put on a mask or something, you don't you don't whip out a knife stabbed twenty seven times that's mental illness. The defense attorney added that the pair had not intended to commit a crime nor that they have co a criminal record but the judge said the sheer numbers of stab wounds. Let's Concern Inc the Chicago, Sun? Times reported.

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"chicago sun times" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"chicago sun times" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Federal prosecutor. He was my share for three terms in Lake County. Illinois, is now the GOP nominee for U. S Senate and returning guest on Double the US market after and how are you, sir? Thank you, John. Appreciate it. Well, thanks for jumping on. I caught this inland Sweets column this morning in the Chicago Sun Times. I wanted you to be able to respond to our audience with early voting underway in Illinois. Self funded Senate. Third Party candidate Willie Wilson still has not filed his financial disclosure report, and neither has GOP nominee Mark current when the three candidates met with the Chicago Sun Times editorial board. Durbin said at the end the session by the way current and Wilson not filed their Senate disclosures did that take you by surprise Mark Yeah, probably. But you know, it was the only card we had, and we work together, talking about how he has been there for 38 years and sold security and Medicare and Medicaid or all bankrupt and there's a $26 trillion debt. He's been the king of kick the can down the road. You've done nothing for Illinois, and he needs to go. He's going to 82. If he finishes the next term. He's never had a job in the government jobs we've been there. Take punches all day. And then you throw this out, which is not a big deal. Well, the ethics and government act is what you have to Ah, be aware Haven't I know you are in the linen Sweets columnist said you were quoted as saying It was just a yes, you cop to a right away, said you're right. It's my mistake, but I was having major technical difficulties and filing the report with the Senate. I think a lot of us went through that this year I did with the small business Administration and the PPP loans and everything else. I couldn't get anything to load through the portal. It was that part of the problem. Yes. Well, here's what it is. You have to chase down every asset you have. So you know I was with you mentioned He had a bunch of different jobs. And so you're trying to find out How to get in IRA from, uh, September 14th of 2019 what was contained in it. Then they wouldn't have let it load. So because of the problem is nobody sitting in an office. You call a number and then they call you back later. I gave it to my accountant to do because quite frankly, I'm I'm pretty swamped. I get it. I sympathize with you tonight. You know, when I think of guys like you, you know, you've been quite successfully or three Former three term, Sheriff County State Federal prosecutor you decide to throw your hat in the ring on the GOP side, and Durban, of course, is well funded, has a terrific, terrific name recognition in the state. Is there any sense of that The National Republican Party is going to jump in here in the remaining month and put some serious money behind your candidacy. Jonah. I can't really tell you mean if he had, you know, different senators have hauled me like Rick Scott has helped me in from Florida. But most of them know they're in their own races. And there's so many. Tight races and what he have you but I'll tell you this, Johns. Durban's gonna lose every single county. Essentially south of I 80 you can't win a county down there. I'm gonna win them all with, you know, battleground is up here. So you mentioned I was Sheriff Lake County for 12 years. Beat every other Republican by huge numbers. Lake County is a second blue with county so let's say we win lake and we win McHenry and I think I'm gonna win DuPage. Everybody out there tells me that well, then I need a really low number. You know, mid twenties and cook County toe win. Chateau Briant pulling around 40% against Kim back so I don't need anyone. You're as many votes as he doesn't cook County and you know, I lived in Chicago with high school in Cook County and everything else So we're Ah. We have a civilian not tied to that area, and we feel really, really good. It's a grassroots campaign where there's a ton of energy and people despised turban. They you know they they recognize that you know, his wife got built the riches of lobbyist now, son does that really has done nothing for Illinois? He's all about, you know, staying in power. Well, I think I concur with you. I think the smart way for you to go because it's such an uphill battle against him Eyes to make it grassroots and start with Lake County McHenry DuPage. That sounds like a really good strategy. It's going to be immensely exhausting for the next Month or so on. It's really tough in this environment to because you can't have any crowds. Yeah. I mean, I go places and we're on zoom all day every day and You can have crowds. It's just gotta be limited in what have you But you're right. It's wait. It's really wild, Crazy cycle, though. It's unbelievable. It's just unbelievable, especially to be a challenger against a well entrance, well funded incumbent. Well, I admire your tenacity, admire your patriotism for throwing your hat into the ring and four weeks to go. We'll see how it works out. By the way, as I always do. We have reached out to Durbin's office and we invite him on. And should I be able to line this up? I'd love to have you, Senator Durbin and Willie Wilson. All on for perhaps a half hour 45 minutes. If we can arrange it before the election, I can guarantee you that me and Dr Wolves. Don't do that in a heartbeat. Balto, come We were chasing this guy for over. Finally you got forced into a couple of days but not to do it. John just left thing and I was was a five way primary for the Republican nomination, and I want it in the landslide. I mean, we've been underestimated before. We really, really feel good. Good. I I You know, I admire your past. Ah, I enjoyed having you as my share if I thought you did a terrific job, So I wish you I wish you good luck. You have a tremendous uphill battle, but I'm sure we'll talk again before the third of November. You gotta take your mark. Take care. Have a safe weekend. Stay healthy. That's Mark Kern, Former three times Sheriff Clay County also a county state and federal prosecutor, joining us here on W. L s John Dempsey. Any update other than President Trump is now at Walter Reed. I think I caught him off guard here and apologized for that. So we'll find out here in a couple seconds still to come the president's biggest problem at least before Cove in 19. A political problem might actually be trump fatigue, not necessarily hiss. But America's and we're going to talk to attribute columnist for the Hill just after six o'clock about that regarding the latest focus group and polling information. And then also Ah McHale Failan is a tech and security reporter covering data breaches, hackers and more. He'll be here after six. At some point, there are a couple of deep fake ads. Kim Young hoon and also ah Vladimir Putin that have now been banned because they were so good. They would have fooled a lot of people and you at least hear those ads. You should see him, but you'll hear him but you won't find him on YouTube any longer or on any of the broadcast networks..

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Jacob Blake's dad says son left paralyzed by police shooting

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Jacob Blake's dad says son left paralyzed by police shooting

"The father of a black man shot several times by police in Kenosha Wisconsin says his son is paralyzed Jayco Blakstad tells the Chicago sun times that his son was shot eight times during a Sunday night confrontation with Kenosha police and now it's paralyzed from the waist down he says doctors aren't sure if the paralysis will remain permanent Blake remains hospitalized in serious condition the shooting has resulted in protests in Kenosha with police firing tear gas at hundreds of protesters who defied a curfew threw bottles and shot fireworks at law enforcement officers guarding the courthouse I'm Mike Hampton

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"chicago sun times" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"chicago sun times" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Days ago today, and finally, this date 1990. The Reds release Kangra fee senior he would sign with the Mariners and play with his son becoming the first father son combo on a major league baseball team. That is your look at this date. And Red's history always want to save time for that, By the way I have on the blogger gets 700 wlw dot com. A look back at what was said on the state 1989 What Pete said at his news conference. What Bart Giamatti said it Hiss. I also have and I look at this every year on the anniversary, and I think what if I have the back page of the Chicago Sun Times that morning. When I went I was in South Bend at the time when I went to the new stand that that's Ah ah, holder of newspapers, kids, and there were actual newspapers and you get ink on your fingers. And you put like 25 cents in the machine and the door would open and you take a newspaper out Well that day the back page of the Chicago Sun Times in big letters. Said. Rose gets five years. And it was quoting a source in an A P story, a source close to the negotiations between your body and rose that said Pete Rose, had agreed to a five year ban. A five year suspension, averting a lifetime ban in a compromise reached with the commissioner. What if that had actually taken place, man? Oh, man. This date 1989. Let's check the scores there. Brought to you by next go plumbing. Choose approach. Choose. Nix, Go and brand standards. Kangaroo phe with over 20 Years is your hometown roofing expert. One final Today one final. It's Toronto over Tampa Bay six for the final and one in progress. Fourth inning Now the Marlins letting the nationals one to nothing. The Indians are under the lights tonight at 7 10. They'll do it without Terry Francona is going to miss this three game series recovering from surgery from a gastro intestinal issue. He has already missed 14 games. This season. NL Central Division games include the Cubs, playing at Detroit Tonight. Mills versus Mai's in Kansas City is in ST Louis to take on the Cardinals killer versus Flaherty. When we continue the lineup is out. Oh, it's a left hander tonight. Who's in and How does David Bell Stack them up? It's all ahead. Darnell carriers inside Pitch on 700 wlw..

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Trump Calls Lightfoot Wednesday Night to Confirm Federal Aid to Chicago

Mike Gallagher

01:34 min | 1 year ago

Trump Calls Lightfoot Wednesday Night to Confirm Federal Aid to Chicago

"According to the Chicago Sun Times. President Trump called Mayor Lightfoot last night, confirming he plans to send federal resource is to Chicago to supplement ongoing federal investigations. Pertaining to violent crime, the statement said. The conversation was brief and straightforward. Believe me, neither one of them like each other. And Lightfoot, who's been blasting extreme politicians. And the president has accused her of being on an anti police crusade. They are in agreement, according to the Chicago Sun Times, And Of course, she doesn't want the world to hear this. Because that her Whoa! Crowd won't like it. Her woke constituent. She won't like her trying to be a mayor. And be responsible. An adult in working with the commander in chief, but apparently, Trump and Lightfoot are in agreement over the strategy of sending in agents. The statement said. Again. This was has reported from the ship by the Chicago Sun Times. Mera Lightfoot maintains that all resources will be investigatory in nature and be coordinated through the U. S attorney's office. Well, that's fine. That's saving face. The big picture here, and the takeaway is that Lori Lightfoot apparently is a green with Trump's Efforts to help Chicago deal with the unspeakable, horrific violence that they have been dealing with.

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Mo'Kelly responds to former Trump adviser Roger Stone calling him a racial slur during interview

Mo'Kelly

09:21 min | 1 year ago

Mo'Kelly responds to former Trump adviser Roger Stone calling him a racial slur during interview

"And you have questions. In fact, I have questions during the program. During one of the breaks. I was told Eric if he could get the What Roger Stone allegedly said and want to get to that in just a moment. What would you do an interview like that? I have certain responsibilities. And if you watch any good reporter and I'm not saying I'm a good reporter, but there's a technique you watch report like during a White House press briefing. And the president may say something personal may make a personal insult. Notice. They don't respond to that Their job is to get their questions asked and get an answer. My job as I see it. Was to keep Roger Stone on the phone. And regardless of what may have transpired, regardless of what person that may have felt about what he was saying, my job was to keep him talking. For your benefit as the audience and my benefit to have that conversation. And it's not always comfortable. And since I'm processing, quite sure different people heard different things or wanted to know different things. I'm going to turn this over now to to all his sharp producer wallet. Take it from here. No, uh, first of all, fantastic job That was quite possibly one of the best interviews that has ever been on the Mo Kelly show. Hands down. Great questions. Fantastic. I okay? Maybe I heard wrong. I need to go back and hear the audio. I swear this man Off the cuff said. I cannot believe I am arguing with this Negro on the air. Okay. If you did not hear that portion of the conversation, I was pressing Roger Stone as faras his commutation. That his relationship in proximity to the president probably had something to do with the president showing him favor and he he was just talking about how unfair the justice system was. Well, that's the likely follow up question. How can you talk about an unfair justice system when you are benefiting from that same justice system? If you're not the friend of the president, then You probably don't get the commutation. I think he took exception to it. And Eric, are you Are you queued up on your end? Yeah, I got it. Okay. This is where everything went. Left, everyone pay attention. Let's all listen to this together. Hit it. I do believe that certain people are treated differently in the federal justice system. I do absolutely believe that. But I also believe that your friendship and relationship in history with Donald Trump weighed more heavily than him. Just wanted to make sure that justice was done by AH person in the justice system that you were treated so unfairly. There are thousands of people treated unfairly daily. How your number just happened to come up in the lottery. I'm guessing it was more than just look. Roger, right? Rose, You're arguing with me. I'm sorry. What is that? Roger. Roger. I'm sorry. What did you say? I'm sorry. You you argue with him. I thought we were having just a very spirited conversation. What happened? Would you not like to continue the conversation, sir? I hear that the line is not dead. You're back. I don't know what that is. Well, Yeah, I was, uh, I was talking and you said something about Negro, so I wasn't exactly sure. Our did not Okay. You know your mind your mind? I okay. Well, we'll let the listeners decide. Let me go to the next question. Then why? Whatever the next question No. Do you literally have ice in your veins? Well, let me put it on for you. How were you able to keep that going and keep your composure? How do you do that? I'm sitting over here losing my mind. I didn't know it first. I need to figure out this is what's going through my mind. I had to figure out whether he was going to each yet. And then when I had chest really think about it during the break, this is something I noticed if he honestly couldn't hear me, what is it? Someone says, if they can't hear you and in the middle of a conversation. Hello there. He didn't say that. It's just silence. And he obviously wasn't talking any exhale. I heard what I heard. And the audio is what the audio is, But let me tell you swallow what I felt about it. And this kind of I'm loath to talk about race on the Mo Kelly show. I'm loath because by and large people don't respect the conversation. They don't respect it at all. They want to hear what they already believe. They don't want information. They want confirmation. They want affirmation. And a lot of times. I always say I can show you better than I can tell you. I've had seven pressed to my count seven presidential candidates on this program either while they were running or sometime later in their professional history. Seven. We've had any number of senators, you have any number of Congress people. I've been in radio 20 years I have been a BBC political commentator for 10 years have been published in The New York Times. L A Times Chicago Sun Times and been on. Good Morning America. CNN MSNBC H L In MSNBC, NBC it just about any alphabet, Fox 11. I say all that to say not as a boast. But the only thing that I felt was true, honest and sincere. That Roger Stone said was in that moment that he thought I was not listening and all of my professional Crit accolades. All my professional bony feet days went out the window because as far as he was concerned, he was talking and arguing with a Negro. It didn't matter that I went to Georgetown University. It didn't matter that I did my interns on internship on Capitol Hill. It didn't matter that I've interviewed the best of the best in All walks of life. It did not matter because in that moment he was flustered. He obviously was angry and He? It was almost like, If you want to know how a person actually is. Well, get them when they think that the cameras aren't rolling. The microphone is off. And no one else was around. That moment was the closest thing we'll ever get to that with Roger Stone. He didn't think that I could hear him. And he seemingly turned to another person in that room and says something unintelligible in said something like I can't believe I'm argument this Negro. Can we isolate that, Eric? Do you have that isolated anyways? We can listen to just that. What was she like arguing with me? One more time. What was she like arguing with me? Well, I don't know what the first few words but this Negro is clear as day. I don't care what precedes it. It is what it is. But But 12 here's my main point. That's why I'm low to discuss race on this program, not because Because I think it's a silly conversation, and people don't actually want to have a sincere conversation. Because not a day goes by which someone says to me on some love with my email and you see the twat posted all the time. You're not on Ko Phi, but four or you didn't get into Georgetown but four Or you don't deserve to or you're only there because of every single day. It's a perpetual audition to prove myself having nothing to do with my actual professional accomplishments. And I can say that, but in that moment it is demonstrated for everyone to see and everyone to hear. So going back to how did I keep my cool? That's Tuesday in America for me, that's every single day, but my job was to keep him talking because people wanted to know. Was he going to get a trump tattoo? See, We don't get that question if I reject or I chase him down this warm hole of Negro He denied it. In that moment, he lied about it. What is there to discuss? I know him on the radio. I know that there's going to be a podcast. I don't need to chase after that. Because I knew

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"chicago sun times" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"chicago sun times" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Stephano Esposito is a reporter for the Chicago Sun Times in today, in the paper, and on the website, you can read a more personal column from stuff nowhere. He shares his feelings on being a dad in the age of Corona virus. In fact, Imploring others to wear a mask. How are you, Stefano? I'm doing. Thank you. How are you? Thank you so much for being with us this evening. I thought your I thought the Com was really powerful before we get into. You know why your family has more atsu ache, thin others and hopefully that you know you're employing others to wear masks. Tell me a little bit about your family and how old your kids are. So I have I married. I've two Children, one who is about to turn three later this month and a thing to be nine year old. So it's pretty crazy household at the moment. And of course, I love that You started out thie article you were talking about how you know you sympathize with pretty much you know all of everyone else with all of these health precautions that are very frustrating that we all have to part taken. Yeah, You know, we've been We've endured this for four months now. And I think you know, along the way we we We think many of us so I don't think I can take another day of this. And yet we've we've got to this point. Finally and And now we hear that the cases we're going up across the south and west of the country, and it's done. I think very frustrating for me, my family and many, many other people. I'm sure when we thought we had, you know, we saw sort of a row with the light at the end of the tunnel. And especially for your family. You guys have more at stake that others wear a mask and tell me why. You know I don't want to. I don't want to suggest that we have a particularly harsh the hard. Yeah, Well, we have a two year old, who was diagnosed with house may not too long ago, but he had Pretty serious breathing problems. As you know most of his short life to the point where we are often in the middle the night have to make a run to the emergency room. And if you have kids, you know, you know that there really is nothing more worried, more terrifying and seeing your little one. You know, suffering and not being able to do anything about it. So you know it's a Jasmine is considered an underlying condition that people should be worried about with Corona virus. And of course, I mean, that does sound severe because if you are making trips in the middle of the night to the emergency room, that's concerning Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. And, you know, I remember initially, when we were learning about about the current virus, we felt if my kid gets the cold, you know that often is just a simple cold. That's often requires a trip to the E. R. And and the very last thing you want to do is to be in a place where you're surrounded by six people, some of whom might have the Corona virus. So you know, initially we were absolutely terrified. What's it like to be out and about and see so many people without masks? Um, as I say in the colony. It's very frustrating because it's such a simple thing to do. You know, you just put the thing over your face and breathe, you know, and I do understand that. As I understand. There are some people who for medical reasons cannot wear a mask. And that's fine. But for the rest of us, I mean, honestly, you know, just just put the damn thing all over your face and forget about it on guy is, I say in the column it it. It was amazing to us because My kid would not go to weeks without having a breathing issue in the pre pandemic alike, not two weeks and then we didn't always have to go to the emergency room. Certainly, but often we would have to give him Medication on nebulizer, that sort of thing, And then you know, a couple of weeks into the lock down. We noticed that he wasn't getting sick. You know, month get scratched into a month, a couple months he didn't get so much of a sniffle and the reason why was because he wasn't around other kids. You know what kids do. They get their fingers in their up their nose and all that sort of thing. And that's why and that that sort that told me that that's why social distancing washing your hands and so forth really works, and it's such a simple thing to do. And you know, Of course, I think the column is super important right now is we're coming up on a holiday weekend. I think a lot of people, of course, as you mentioned as it is for your family, everyone's stir crazy. They're ready to celebrate. But it's a good reminder that when you wear a mask, you're really wearing it for other people, right? Absolutely. Absolutely. I mean, you know, I don't want to pick on the young. I was young once, and I did silly things, but you know, it's it's When I was young and what we weren't in this situation where I could do something that could potentially, you know, could potentially make somebody else. Very signal. Kill somebody, Um, by by, you know, so it is. It is a reminder that that You may not care about yourself. But you should care about your grandmother. Your grandfather, you know, on an ailing uncle, something like that. And if somebody's around you at the grocery store, they may not realize that you have a two year old with, you know asthma that can take him to the emergency room in the middle of the night, but It's also helping you out. Yeah, I don't have a sign on my chest. My two year old would appreciate it if you'd put your mask on properly. No, absolutely. Which is why all of us have to do our part. Are you guys taking extra precautions? Now? That's sort of the world is opening up. I mean, especially here in Chicago. In terms of energy, you describe sort of being in a cocoon and sort of it was really good. For your two year old to kind of, you know if he wasn't really having any attacks recently. You mean party menu means like caution as we go out. Yeah. I mean, are you extra vigilant Just because you're so concerned at this point now, Yeah, I mean way had to be, to be honest, I mean, it's just been me going out mostly. I mean, my wife is going absolutely crazy. And I completely and I get to go stir crazy, but we have not ventured out to restaurants at this point. Um, we were trying to trying to be safe. You know, I want my Children mattered more to me than anything in the world. Like any parent and I just this point. I'm not convinced that that That I really want to be out about in restaurants and so forth At some point, Yeah, they need that social interactions are saying the column. You know that's damaging to your Children need to be with other Children on socializing and and not for them not to have that is You know, it is really fat that this point inseparable kids in Chicago who are dealing with this? Yeah, you're talking about the trials and tribulations of home schooling, too. Yeah, it's just not working out has ended down my kids. My older my soon to be nine year old is CPS student and it's just too too easy and too tempting for him to flick from. You know, times tables to a prodigy, which is some video game that kids his age are playing, and you know, it's something there's much that I can do about it. Because I'm not that. You know, this computer savvy is my eight year old is other than you take away the computer. Of course. Well, yeah, it sounded like it was more trials with the homeschooling for sure. But so it's going to be a little while before as a family. You guys decide that you guys can all go out together..

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Chicago’s most violent day in 60 years: 18 murders in 24 hours

Todd Schnitt

02:18 min | 1 year ago

Chicago’s most violent day in 60 years: 18 murders in 24 hours

"On the Chicago front eighteen people killed in Chicago a twenty four hour period and this is from the maze statistics and you look at who was killed a high school student a college freshman who had dreams of becoming a correctional officer this deadly day was may thirty first and of course a lot of this occurred in the aftermath of the George Floyd situation this story and stats from the Chicago sun times may thirty first this was the single most violent day that Chicago has had to in about sixty years and this is according to the data it was dug up by the Chicago sun times via the university of Chicago crime lab we've never seen anything like it at all that's according to Max are composed in Mexico post them who is the crime lab senior research director I don't even know how to put it into context it's beyond anything that we've ever seen before now the data that the lab has it does not predate nineteen sixty one but the next highest single day murder total in Chicago that was registered in the summer of ninety one on August fourth with thirteen Chicagoans that were murdered they were victims of homicide when the entire weekend is taken into context twenty five people were killed city wide from late may twenty ninth through may thirty first one may thirty first was the single deadliest day eighteen people killed and then another eighty five were hurt by gunfire according to the Chicago sun times that's the most violent weekend in recent modern

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"chicago sun times" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"chicago sun times" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Know that there were that many people they could be involved in their lives taken at that time it is now three forty three AM on Sunday morning the Chicago sun times reports that eight people have been shot in the forty two hundred block of west eighteenth street in Lawndale now the latest shooting happened at eighteen the Keeler Avenue around three forty eight AM police say four men were shot one of them died at the scene and three others were taken to Mount Sinai hospital chief flowers one of them a thirty three year old father of three named Dimitrius flowers was killed on the father of Dimitrius flowers on on as of August fourth two thousand nineteen we've lost him to a gun violence in Chicago I've lived in Chicago all my life born and raised as well as my son Dimitrius demand background it surges father son husband that you will be proud of you know and I'm not exaggerating just close he's not here my son actually was supposed to get married August twenty third of that month they reject you he had divorced his first wife and have found someone who he felt like he usually arrested his life wait and we were happy we were all getting ready for that Dimitris hasn't always had it easy you know coming up you know what he had to face as a as a kid growing up in some areas and half it's a deal with the gangs and things like that but I'm not trying to paint a rosy picture but what I'm saying he had he had overcome is survived it can move past Chicago sun times reports that Dimitrius flowers thirty three was struck in the chest and taken to Mount Sinai hospital police and the cook county medical.

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His son was killed in the worst shooting of Chicago’s most violent weekend

BBC World Service

02:08 min | 1 year ago

His son was killed in the worst shooting of Chicago’s most violent weekend

"The Chicago sun times reports that eight people have been shot in the forty two hundred block of west eighteenth street in Lawndale now the latest shooting happened at eighteen the Keeler Avenue around three forty eight AM police say four men were shot one of them died at the scene and three others were taken to Mount Sinai hospital chief flowers one of them a thirty three year old father of three named Dimitrius flowers was killed on the father of Dimitrius flowers on on as of August fourth two thousand nineteen we've lost him to a gun violence in Chicago I've lived in Chicago all my life born and raised as well as my son Dimitrius demand background it surges father son husband that you will be proud of you know and I'm not exaggerating just close he's not here my son actually was supposed to get married August twenty third of that month they reject you he had divorced his first wife and have found someone who he felt like he usually arrested his life wait and we were happy we were all getting ready for that Dimitris hasn't always had it easy you know coming up you know what he had to face as a as a kid growing up in some areas and half it's a deal with the gangs and things like that but I'm not trying to paint a rosy picture but what I'm saying he had he had overcome is survived it can move past Chicago sun times reports that Dimitrius flowers thirty three was struck in the chest and taken to Mount Sinai hospital police and the cook county medical

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"chicago sun times" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"chicago sun times" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Automatic voter registration process and the programming errors continued for about seventeen months without detection or resolution house Republicans are now calling for oversight hearings secretary of state spokesman Henry hop says the problem is contained and under control we discovered in there and we fixed it and then we notified the state board of elections and the local election authorities and the individuals that were impacting those non citizens are in the country legally and they did not lie on their forms it was the state who signed them up to vote Chicago taxpayers spend two hundred ten million dollars on police and fire overtime last year despite orders to rein it in WGN's James Sears has the numbers the sun times reporting the city spent one hundred thirty one million dollars police overtime the same as the year before mayor Lightfoot had played a hold former superintendent Eddie Johnson accountable but he was fired personnel are now sweeping in and out of work the fire department spent nearly seventy nine million dollars on overtime of sixteen percent from the previous year and six times as much as in twenty eleven that's being blamed on four hundred fifty six vacancies James Sears WGN news Senate impeachment trial of president trump begins in earnest today senators will decide whether trump should be removed from office that's considered highly unlikely in the Republican controlled Senate Democrat let housing peach trump last month for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress for asking Ukraine to intervene in the U. S. election and investigate the bidens Democrats have been demanding subpoenas for key witnesses and documents the White House has blocked it during the house debate that led up to the impeachment Republicans have also proposed a plan that speeds up the impeachment process to just a few days to guarantee with no guarantee rather of documents or witnesses the other planetary was getting a makeover for its ninetieth.

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Recreational Marijuana Is Legal In Illinois

America's Morning News

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Recreational Marijuana Is Legal In Illinois

"Home the sale of pot for recreational use is now legal in Illinois it took effect with the new year many begins lining up hours early at dispensaries according to the Chicago sun times Illinois the eleventh state to allow marijuana is use and sale for people twenty one and older recreational neighboring Michigan mated to league made it legal I should say starting December

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"chicago sun times" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"chicago sun times" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Podcast they listening to local radio shows. Listen I hope thank you. Our numbers continue to grow. So it's definitely the guys I've got I've I've got a hope that they they they take these newspapers in everyone mocking this idea that they can somehow turn the season around and go to the super and they use this as fuel. I hope that we're talking about something different as we get into January. It's just I just keep going back to the Owen five against winning teams. Their backs were against the wall against the bills. I it felt feels. Unconditional the game. They should have stepped up and been ready out of all of them. It felt like it should have been buffalo. And they weren't yes and that's where that was the. I think that's why we all anticipated from Jerry because it was like like okay. This should be. We've seen previously heading into the Philly game there. Were all these questions about your coach and you guys answered him heading into Detroit. There was the tape on Austin thing and and you guys came out and you know you busted your tales in that game and you win the and it's like okay. The only loss I keep going back to me. Ugliest loss of the of the season was she kept it within four points to the Patriots and then the Patriots got beat the following week by the Houston Texans. So you consider yourself to be a super bowl caliber team. You need to be as Osgood as the Baltimore Ravens as Houston Texans. The Patriots are you can penetrate that team this year. They're penetrable. You said a word penetrable impenetrable penetrable. Sure we're we're going to say it is. They proved that you can beat them and they kept us within four points. They didn't get it done and I think that's the frustrating thing is that then you're killing because the cowboys didn't work outside this week ahead of the bears are outside working out. It's just so buffalo. They got killed buffalo so that was beginning to and Manhattan story. It's crazy so but it is interesting that we look at those winning teams. They've lost do they were within. That's the frustrating thing is is that they could have won any of those other four and they didn't and that's where it's it's reflective on the coach and I do want to bring up because I know we already mentioned and Ron Rivera you guys have heard me on this podcast and on twitter previously. Like I think Chris Peterson makes a ton of sense. Okay so that's interesting that you say that. Because we saw that he was stepping down. He was Washington and That's a concern because it's a step down at Mexico as he freeing up timers he he's he's literally just he wants to step away because wanted away then he obviously is canceled so I reached out to people that were close to him as a coach and around the program and I was told that is in fact act a recharge and reset. I didn't hear that I don't know if that I know you've got your heart hung on him but I do that to me is just. It's an interesting acting wildcard theory. If if it's not him then I've got my new name is because like because I trust Jane's reporting I'm a believer in Jane Slater report so I'm going to say the Chris Petersen's persons out and that's GonNa make me sad so if Chris Petersen's out then my new number one target is Jim harbaugh after everything but see. Then you've got people I said something about. Please please explain that to me. I mean Harbaugh is I think when you look at what he did at Stanford what he did it in San Francisco What he did at San Diego? I think San Diego you go state where he was before that but generally as he's got the reputation as the guy who comes in charges a team for three years and their aunt. And then it's just okay dude. You're bits swear on us now like really starting to grate on us. That's I think that's what the cowboys need. I think they need the Guy who can get. This group charged up for two to three years. What did he do? I three years. Michigan's not been a great experience. We can just ignore that one as an outlier and the others. But I mean that's a guy who three got you to three straight. NFC Championship Games comes with the forty niners. That's the guy who I love the milk chugging Khaki Pants wearing guy up on the podium everyday that would certainly be fun. But I gotta ask if the job comes up and we don't ask them to ask Jordan lists so hey what do you think Jim I. One of Jim. HARBAUGH's assistance is on staff here. Greg Jackson Awesome safeties coach. I'm telling you right now. It's feeling and fans aren't GonNa want to hear this as much as I told you that this is as hot as Jerry's Ben then that it is inconceivable that he would continue to keep Jason around this team. He's on favourite. Buckle up folks I am not. I'M NOT GONNA be surprised but you never gave me your answer that let's say Jason is fired but let's not even consider that a possibility would it. What is the most likely? Do you think college coach promote from within retread. NFL coach or hotshot coordinator. WHO's the most likely personality type? They bring a retread. NFL coach so so you think they'd go like I mean let's just think of guys who are you. Think if Dan Ron Rivera would be interesting. Okay Rivera or in some the others. John Fox now Jack del Rio now if Dan Quayle gets fired. No no matter fits but you think we're very would make makes some sense. I think he'd be interesting. I think he's a player's coach. I think it'd be interesting. Lots the name stick around level a lot of time to continue to kick those around and You know Hopefully honestly hopefully. There's a win this week because I don't think that I can stand hearing exactly how Jerry's going to spin it if they don't win. I don't know what a creative way. I'm going to be able to tolerate if he's GonNa spend that see. This is a team that can prove that it could go on a run and it started with Chicago. So that's what we're GONNA be talking about. Well it's beginning to feel like groundhog day around here though it is what was your first musical memory.

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R Kelly, The Chicago Sun-Times And Sixteen Years discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

R Kelly, The Chicago Sun-Times And Sixteen Years discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

"Are in B, singer, R Kelly faces nearly a dozen new sexual assault charges. The Chicago Sun-Times is reporting that Kelly was charged day with eleven felonies, some of which carry maximum sentences of up to thirty years in prison. Three of the charges are for sexual abuse against victim between thirteen and sixteen years

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Health officials warn against 'Boiling water challenge'

Lars Larson

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Health officials warn against 'Boiling water challenge'

"For health during the recent polar vortex. Fox's Mike Tobin stood outside and twenty one below zero Chicago and did the boiling water challenge. Trust do that trick where the report throws a hot Cup of coffee Cup of water entity air and see how this works out. There you go. Yeah. Don't do that. It seems simple enough. Syllabus pot with boiling water. Then tossed the water into the subzero air and watching amazement as the water instantly turns into a cloud of frozen vapor a lot of people tried it. And according to the Chicago Sun-Times at least eight of them blend in the hospital. Doctors say sometimes the boiling hot water blue back into the face of the throwing scalding them other times, the tossed water, burn onlookers. So the next time there is a polar vortex. Doctors suggest stay inside and watch one of the many cool videos of the

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The Boiling Water Challenge Is Dangerous, Here's Why

Radio From Hell

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

The Boiling Water Challenge Is Dangerous, Here's Why

"At least eight people in Illinois ended up in the hospital after their attempted performing the boiling water challenge in the frigid weather last week, the Chicago sun times reported that the stunt requires participants to fill a pot or other container with boiling water. And then toss the liquid into the air in subzero temperatures. The challenge is supposed to end with the liquid immediately dispersing into a cloud of frozen, vapor. We strongly warn people not to perform the boiling water challenge loyal, burn surgeon. Dr Arthur Sanford told the Chicago Sun-Times because there's no safe way to do it. Spending spokesman said Wednesday that eight people between the ages of three and fifty three. Were admitted to the burn center at Loyola University Medical Center, the boiling water challenge became a viral

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FBI raids Chicago office of former Trump tax lawyer Edward Burke

Todd Schnitt

00:24 sec | 3 years ago

FBI raids Chicago office of former Trump tax lawyer Edward Burke

"Ukraine federal agents have reportedly raided the office of a Chicago lawyer who had done tax work for President Trump. The Chicago sun times says agents, cover the windows and glass door of Edberg city hall office with Brown. Paper Burke is the chairman of the Chicago finance committee. Burks law firm did considerable work for Trump companies on property taxes. It is not known if the rate is related to special counsel Robert Muller's

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Triton Digital bought by Stitcher's owner, Scrippst

podnews

01:30 min | 3 years ago

Triton Digital bought by Stitcher's owner, Scrippst

"In the latest pod news, enterprise digital audio company TRITON digital is to be bought by scripts. Script also earned Stitcher and mid roll media as well as a number of US television stations. I've spent one hundred fifty million dollars on the purchase TRITON. Digital is projected to earn forty million dollars next year in revenues scripts used to also owned radio stations, but they sold those earlier this year. James careless, a well respected. Radio journalist covers podcasting, provides money-making opportunities for radio world. It covers Canadian and UK podcasters and you'll find it linked from pod news dot net today. Also podcast SEO often forgotten about, but a very comprehensive guide willing to from Kerri green. His podcast mystery for you. What happens to the Chicago sun times podcasts, Robert fetter, who is as Chicago and media journalist. Now it's all of the much promoted podcast from the newspaper are no longer being produced and wonders. Why. Ads ways have been nominated for two digitally awards for best use of mobile and best publishing platform. Congratulations to them. And it's time to celebrate the day of the Spanish podcast with a live podcast marathon for twenty four hours from October the twentieth at one o'clock central European time. Our

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"chicago sun times" Discussed on Cheap Heat

Cheap Heat

05:54 min | 3 years ago

"chicago sun times" Discussed on Cheap Heat

"Heyman. Playing a high level right now. And you know, I've been, I've been forthright about the the fact that I thought just the story with Brock and aim. It started to run out of steam at some point, and I will tell you against all odds. Would you guys heard me get very down on Brock Lester and by proxy end up getting down on Paul Heyman. Now year I am. A what we can a half away from summer slim, and I am very geared up. About what's going to happen with Brock lesser Paul him. Now speaking, Paul haven, I realize I just forgot outside the ring story and hopefully I'm going to do podcast a second part of this podcast. Tomorrow with s g g we can cover it more detail, but you guys story. That reportedly according to article in the Chicago sun times, I believe. Hope Cabana is suing see 'em bunk. Are you kidding me? Is this real life supposedly see him. Punk said over text message that he would take care of this all according to article that I read in the newspaper, Peng told Cabana that he would handle is legal fees in a text message and now has left Vanna how to dry and Cabana. I can't afford this. Afford it as one to afford these exorbitant legal fees because they were together in that trial against. So fascinating fascinating and made me think of seeing pumps warmer advocate. Paul Heyman. That's how I got there, but we'll we'll get into more of that with the lawyer. The only true lawyer in professional wrestling physically large stack. But hey, was great man, you know, I, I hadn't seen the. I don't remember if I'd seen the tear the teary faced Paul Heyman before. Under of you guys were called to me that seem like the first time I've seen minute. What is it interesting play? And they somehow dried me back into a story that I did not think I'd be interested in now, can this result in a crowd cheering. For Roman reigns. Against Brock, lesser. Well, that always remains to be seen. I'm just not completely short. We'll see. No, I'll tell you what I wanna talk about the riot squad. Verse Bailey and Sasha banks. We are now a week from silver slim. So this match which ends with the riot Suad victory. Didn't didn't show any sign. Over break-up for Sasha and Bailey. We did see ruby Ryan come back because the interference that led to the victory for the riot squad. Happy riot back. You guys know him a fan, but. Here we are now again, one episode left. Overall before summer slam. And I mean, there's this auction Bailey match it summers. This is not happening. I mean, I assume that Sasha Bailey now we'll stay together for a while. I'm really surprised by that. And made the, I mean, listen, I am not above. Thinking, I'm hating a story and then. It goes someplace that I completely didn't expect, and I ended up being won over by the story again. So I will tell you that if they commit to the Sasha and Bailey tag team. You know, I always I've mentioned on the show before you guys know. I was a big fan of the MVP Matt hardy situation. And do you remember what MVP and Matt already were put together and we all absolutely knew it was going, but it was given such room to breathe and so much patience. That as a result, you ended up being surprised when MVP eventually turned on Matt hardy. It's like, it doesn't make any sense, but that is what happened. So is there a world in which that can happen again? You're damn right. You damn right. There is that world. It just requires some real patients q., the guns and roses music. Don't you the guns roses, music. So maybe, but I will tell you in all of my thoughts when I was complaining about where this story was going, I don't think I saw a world in which we'd be sitting here nine days removed from a pay per view. And Sasha Bailey would still be, you know, just together just tagging fronts. Jolt think that happening. But, hey, this is the w eight. And this is honestly, isn't that why we're all here is without the confusion about storylines without the questioning. Why things happen? Why they haven't are any of us as into it as we are?.

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China, Chicago and Senator ROY Blunt discussed on Radio Mass of Baltimore

Radio Mass of Baltimore

02:09 min | 3 years ago

China, Chicago and Senator ROY Blunt discussed on Radio Mass of Baltimore

"In Chicago gunfire. I'm rich Denison Fox News more than forty. People were shot this morning in Chicago in a series of incidents over a three hour period, Chicago chief of patrol Fred Waller. Explaining what he believes is behind the recurring violence in the city of an environment where people do not feel any repercussions for using guns to commit violence. And that's these weapons flow freely on twice tweets, chicago-sun-times reporting, at least four people were killed in today's shootings, China's threatening to retaliate with even more tariffs against the US goods. Just days after the Trump administration announced it would consider increasing tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods. From the ten percent rate at initially proposed to twenty five percent. China announced that it's prepared to strike back if it carries through on the latest retaliation. China will be imposing some form of tariffs on nearly all of the one hundred thirty billion dollars in goods. It imports from the US, including agricultural goods like lamb and Honey. Textiles chemicals and alcohol, the Trump administration has been telling, members of congress and businesses to expect some short term pain from its tariffs strategy FOX's John decker at the White House the election security a key topic. Ahead of the midterms Republican Senator ROY blunt on, meet the, press saying there should be federal state and local, cooperation is to be sure that whatever happens on election day there. Is confidence that that's what really happened on the same program democratic Senator Amy klobuchar says more areas should be considered. Vulnerable I'd love to see this broadened out so we start to. Discuss also the threats to our power grid system that threats to our financial system because. The Russians aren't just stopping at the election equipment intelligence and security officials expressed concerns last week about ongoing election. Interference by Russia and other, foreign entities Fox News fair and balanced WCBS Baltimore ahead of a cold. Front that, will approach the mid Atlantic Tuesday into Wednesday and. Then pass through Wednesday night we are. Going to hold onto some hot temperatures partly cloudy stray shower thunderstorm will fall back to.

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Powerful earthquake strikes Indonesia, killing at least 39

Rush Limbaugh

01:51 min | 3 years ago

Powerful earthquake strikes Indonesia, killing at least 39

"CPT detectives, are, working around the clock to investigate the incidents Chicago chief of patrol Fred. Waller the Chicago Sun-Times reporting four people have been killed police Madison Wisconsin investigating a shooting early this morning inside a community radio station witnesses say. A man wearing a mask and hood opened fire on three workers. At w. o. RTFM around three this morning, DJ was slightly. Wounded police say the. The say the shooting does not appear to. Be random the search for the gunman. Continues Venezuelan President Nicolas. Maduro survived an apparent assassination attempt last Madero was delivering a speech in Caracas when drones armed, with explosives detonated nearby Madero was not. Hurt And through a translator blames far-right factions, in Venezuela and Colombia, for the attack without a doubt we have. Revealed the situation in record time this was, an attempt to. Kill me Medeiros extremely. Unpopular in the country which has seen an. Economic crisis with high inflation and shortages of food and medicine Emergency personnel in Indonesia say, at least thirty nine people. Have, died in an earthquake that hit the popular tourist island of Lombok east of Bali today it comes just a week after another smaller quake on. The island killed sixteen people the magnitude seven point zero earthquake also. Damaged buildings in Bali a NAMI, warning was issued but lifted a short, time later, Indonesia is prone. To quakes due to his location on the Pacific ring of fire and Arca volcanoes and fault lines in the Pacific rim hurricane Hector appears. To be on track that would to miss Hawaii rejections curly showed passing south of Hawaii but islanders should keep an eye open Fox News fair and balanced MS RPM invoice. List price dealer price Toby Knapp here if you're shopping you've probably heard these terms but what? Do they mean it's so confusing.

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"chicago sun times" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"chicago sun times" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"Roger ebert story that really fucks me up especially when i'm on deadline is that i had heard that you know because he's such a talented writer that he often at the chicago tribune would or in chicago sun times i'm mixing up he would just be fucking around for like the full day the full workday smoke and drink and doing whatever it's before he was sober and then in like the zero hour he would just crank out the most beautiful review that would like get him a pulitzer something think about that and go god damn you roger ebert it's it's really funny because again have won over fruit of the mary tyler moore pilot as many times as possible but at the end of it lou comes to mary's house he's just interviewed for a job he's drunk and he goes i wanna come in i want to come into your house and she thinks we wanted sir and actually wants to use your typewriter to write a letter to his wife but i go wait a minute if i came in drug to a similar interviewed and said i'm using your so me to like i mean the mild version that was the ending of the show like that so funny really no i sure when you saw all lovable mr yeah yeah so kind of off of that i mean we talked a little bit before we started recording about like some of the topical jokes that you guys have made in the critic and like how they've aged what are i mean you don't have to go into the cringe assed ones but what are ones that stand out to you that you go by well one of cringes things to me and this is we should have known better as woody allen is hard to i've seen him in a serious documentary since then about bob hope and you know i remember when nobody's perfect but i mean you know when i'm in in ninety trial the judge said you can only have supervised custody with your daughter for an hour like that that's very odd demonstrates something really weird so now i don't know why like it seemed funny that he was marrying a sixteen year old who had raises a dog i can't i can't watch it and now i can't i you know that kind of thing but i mean i think that's look you know the world changes and you can't i wish i could go back and change everything i did wrong and make it right we just don't do that again you know well but the problem is let's say you do that george lucas tried it in star wars boy did they get mad you know like oh harrison for it can't be the one who shot first so it's funny because they have almost the reverse problem of the simpsons which is unfortunately there cast is passing away so replacing them with new characters that people are going on i don't care about any of these new characters whereas if we keep things the same people go oh you should move into the new time and right you can't win you can't win yeah i mean i don't know to do anything wrong i don't want to hurt anybody's feelings but it's it's a tricky dynamic people what it said about cannon like the things people have been mad about man someone wrote a great episode where they were moved into the nineties right hand people yeah no it was great i loved it i proved it and i thought you would have thought we had like killed people's pet dog what we had done in that episode and you know there's ones this things i've seen where i've haven't been surprised about controversy and there's things like that where i go wow where did that come from yeah i mean i feel like especially when it comes to engaging with fans like especially something like as beloved as the simpsons on for as long as it is people growing up with those characters and feeling like they're extended members of their family you know there is that protectiveness to it but again like you say like how can you possibly continue writing stories without like stepping on someone's toes about ruining their childhood quote unquote and it's like you have a job to do.

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"chicago sun times" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

MacBreak Weekly

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"chicago sun times" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

"With our fabulous team it's our last show of 2017 it's going to be a good man alex lindsey is here from the chicago suntimes hello alex you're a you're not blue flag as i've heard this guy is ardo seen cargo tech scene as early what i from picula alex rightarm layered auto uh actually from the chicago sun times and the and the co good to have you andrew and here as always and and in your new studio next week not two weeks now when we regret all right and then rene richie in his news duty on a couple of weeks till move movin s couple of weeks m all everything is changing leo this is kind of the end of the line for a number of things at the end of the year rene richie at i more dot com and i want to thank you and i bet you are going to talk about it on my just look what your pick of the week is this week for the vector podcasts this week uk i heard you i heard you talking about earlier was such a great abc cap for iowa's today and i i don't know if it's could or is it going to be your pick this week or no no i was no leaks i heard you talking about it so is going to leave for you at h it it was all merlin was all due to merlin off it just it's changed my life it will great iowa's and apple watch app that is that you will love before we go any further uh there's a guy named joseph noll who is a sweetheart of a guy in a he's an an airline captain lives in hawaii because if you could live anywhere why aren't you can fly if you zilt commute to work he said as gifts for everybody we have a bunch of these hand carts paperweights he does he does a woodworking any in the.

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"chicago sun times" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"chicago sun times" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"I'm curious if it affects you in a negative way is apparent i'd like to hear from you because you know might my pair of my kids are grown but as a perrine i could understand where you are with this and you might have to explain to your wife of why you want your son to play an or maybe she's explaining that she wants him to play you don't want him to play you have all this information but i'm curious about that because really that's where the story is in my opinion nothing that i heard red saw yesterday was going to affect me change me i'm in this business i understand it let's not kid anybody chicago sun times front page on sports section frontpage this is your brain on football that's what you're suburban housewives or even husbands are going to be reading then it eventually ends up on the today show and then that's when your wife goes did you see that study did you see that story do we want to let little jimmy play that's that's i think the bigger story with all of this i'm not surprised at any of these players had some type of brain damage and once again the longer you play the more likely to his you're going to be affected by this yup oil do you think there will be a day when the suburban parents look each other when it another paired with their kids play football almost like letting your kid ride in the car with no seat belt where it's that tainted i'm being i'm i'm not trying to be facetious her form saying it's like where you're the parent the neighborhood electric has play football's still with all you know.

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"chicago sun times" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly (MP3)

MacBreak Weekly (MP3)

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"chicago sun times" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly (MP3)

"To earn a richie from i'm more duck and it go from the chicago sun times so when when apple released this new mack book pros with the touch far they said no more started chime right yes and then for a was a all you could do pseudo n ve ram which is say command on the command like a man life lets you change the none volatile ram and turned on the chime when somebody told me that that has just been there has was disabled el kept ten is that true okay return specifically well did there was an update tell kaep attend the disabled the the the hack to turn on the road the chime i'm not running okay up anything anymore i don't know yeah put it really they're okay yeah i i don't know i got to try that is i neither i'm fine without the ch well that's the thing i don't notice and i didn't turn out should i should on this i thought you would know for sure i should done this at home last night negative answer miles in the first month when it happens every was all upset about it so we covered intently than mike after a few months people run to the next week it's a pick nobody likes change right no and we'll hit puerto really hey changes the continual got it's the well you right offense so it's case you're interested in the you know i'd somebody at home try this it's pseudo and the ram and then the next worries capital be capital a audio one word equals and then you know.

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