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Beauty Tips To Empower The Visually Impaired
"Fabulous guest and co-host is Chelsea win. She is a licensed cosmetologist an image consultant and she also is a very special kind of educator Chelsea Welcome to our show. Thank you. Thank you so much for having me Amber, sir, Thank you. To be honest today. It's a real honor to have you on because I'm going to let you explain the type of education that you provide. Well, thank you so much. Aside from being a cosmetology instructor where I work for a global company name Chi and I teach hair make I mean hair techniques and color techniques and Beauty School for students as well as for teachers and salon owners. I also teach non Visual and adaptive techniques for individuals who are blind wage. Julion pearre disabled on you know, makeup techniques grooming hygiene how to do their own Nails how to do their own hair so that they can prepare for job interviews and even more so more importantly it's about being independent self confident and always looking your best whether or not you can or cannot see yourself in the mirror. I have to say you be honest with everybody listening right now when I you know, a lot of the times I'll receive story pitches and ideas some of them come from you at home. And when this month when your name came across my desk, I was intrigued because admittedly, you know, I thought I don't know that many people who are visually impaired and you know, when I started this podcast, I really wanted this to be a place where people could come and get education and be empowered and and also be dead, Lightened about things that we might not know about whether it was products or procedures or or people in general and you know through talking to a learned that October which I feel like I'm not many people know his breast cancer breast cancer awareness month is is also visually impaired Awareness Month. Correct? Yes. It is the month where there is white cane safety day, which is nationally recognized day and it's about you know, recognizing individuals who are blind and visually impaired and really addressing their independence with by using the white cane which as you know is what they use to help with orientation and mobility and all the Independence that maybe a lot of people may not perceive that they have right so but yeah, it's a very empowering Day, I am so honored that you are here. I think that for again people listening. This is going to be inspiring and emotional when we started talking in our in our pre-owned chat. You've got some some such brilliant tips that whether you are visually impaired or fully sighted. I think that you are going to find incredibly useful and and I hope this podcast particularly gives you a little bit of inspiration and you know, and and that you leave it feeling a grateful for those of you who don't have to deal with visual impairment of how lucky we are. So I think you get into this field. How did you get into this specialty? It you know what I have to say. It was purely by accident. I really was very much like you and very much like most people in the world who may or may not most people haven't met a blind person in their lifetime. And so I was very unaware of the need even that this even existed that there were blind women who wanted to learn how to do their makeup nor did I even have the idea that that that was something that you know was a concern and so several years ago back in 2011. I started volunteering reading for the blind games on a radio show called sight into sound radio and I was volunteering, you know, just to read books read, you know magazines to to the song mind and then over that course a couple of months later. I went to an event that we were, you know, hosting or not hosting but there and I met a blind young lady. Here in Houston. She's also known as the MasterChef winner for 2012. Her name is Christine Hall. If you pull her up on the internet, you'll find all information about her. She is a blind woman here in Houston who won MasterChef 2012. Wow, and you know, she's like a celebrity in the blind community and I walked up to her cuz I was there on site into sounds behalf. And I said, hey, you know, I'm a hairstylist and a makeup artist. So if you ever need anything, I'll be more than happy to help you and just so you know get you ready for the cameras and get you ready on set and she said, you know Chelsea, there's so many makeup artist and and people like that that are usually on said that can do that for me home. But to be honest since I lost my vision I haven't been able to do my makeup for myself anymore. And I said, oh really and she said, yeah and I said, well she's like, so do you think you can teach How to put on my own makeup and I said, why don't know I've never taught a blind person to put on their own makeup before, you know, I teach you know, young ladies and their mom and later, you know women that come in at my school and all the time who have Vision, but I said, you know what? I don't know but let me give it a try and so so we set up an appointment in her kitchen. I came to house several times and cookies something good. Not yet. Okay. All right. All right. We got to get in there. She did open up a restaurant here in Houston called The Blind goat, so just woke up there, but she has her own restaurant and she she does cook but at that time, you know, we sat down in her kitchen and she she taught me what it is that a blind person needs. Like how to teach her I didn't even know how to teach her. So she was like, okay. Well, can you describe that a little bit better? Can you like what you know and then hear what does that bottle feel? Like, what does that feel? And so here I am in our kitchen learning how to teach a blind person with audio description. I didn't even know what the word meant at the time then it was how to give verbal instructions on how to describe color how to map your face with your fingers and feel like orientate or your body. Like where are my eyebrows where you know are my thoughts eyelids and things like that and then like using your hands as guides and using voice as you know instruction and so it was like and then learning how to identify the differences between this bottle versus that
"christine hall" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Governor, Vermont Vermont is one of the most democratic states in the. Country More than NASA -chusetts more than Hawaii where they. Just had their primary elections in Hawaii and basically primary. Elections, and why that's the election because Republicans are so terribly outnumbered The same you, might think is true in Vermont except they have a fine Republican governor Phil Scott who's running for reelection and he's. Being challenged in his primary and in the democratic primary they have some very unusual candidates including a candidate who is promising to inject some young blood into the governor's mansion his name is Ethan Sonneborn My haven't played with larger role. My campaign is when might think everywhere I go my method transcends age I decided to run for governor after I saw the failure by so many in politics to work for their constituents instead of working for lobbyists incorporations I felt like there, was a new generation of leadership that can be doing. A better job in our state the way we win selection. In Kuwait we govern effectively is by making sure that. People know that governs looking out for them. Twenty year or he will from all over the, socioeconomic people from backgrounds that are like. That of the chemical politician they're, running for office and I'm a part of that I think I, can fill up my campaign a simple phrase it's been job of government to make people's lives easier it's jammed government. To make people's lives easier Well even Santa fourteen years old No really I know he, sounds like he's fourteen years old but he really is fourteen. Years old and under Vermont law you don't have to be a registered voter to run for. Governor and there's no age, limitation so there it is Now he is not the only unusual candidate, on the democratic side of things of course he's a democrat. I mean only a democrat could believe that someone who basically has achieved kind of nothing in. His life so far I mean other than getting decent grades Is. Qualified to be governor of a state and I know Vermont's a cute, little state and it. Is a very very beautiful state physically I've enjoyed every time I've. Ever visited Vermont and, it's a lot but in any event the the leading democrat apparently and the. Likely nominee is named Christine hall quest and she. Would also be a ground. Breaking choice if she is elected. Governor here's how she described her background my middle. Daughter about a week after I transitioned I, had dinner, with her and I? Said? She, said how's your transition going. So well I think I'm experiencing transphobia I was in this meeting with these CEO's, and I said something in the morning they didn't hear. Me was of unusual said something later, they didn't hear me, and after noon one, of the other the, other ones say Christie said this morning my daughter says. That transphobia welcome to being a woman. I've only been a woman three years I haven't. Been to, one of my whole life I can't imagine you know, my limited, experience with being woman? Has? Taught, me a lot of lessons. But I can't claim that I was a woman my whole life so again it, goes to what's the truth here truth is a transgender. Woman I've been a woman legally for, three years now maybe, mentally you know been, my whole life but, I didn't get to live it that way so I. Don't have those same experience I only. Have my experience that's all I can talk to Okay now it's not just the transgendered. Female character Christine hall Quist who used. To work in business and. Now kind of is speaking for The transgendered community are very obviously. And it's not just Ethan Sonneborn the fourteen year old there two other candidates as well Brenda Siegel is the executive director of. The southern Vermont dance festival And James Taylor is an environmental activist Welcome to the Democratic Party I don't know Look I think that if you look it up the cook, political report, rates the race solid, Republican in Vermont that's because the governor is older than than fourteen and he is not. Involved in transitioning In fact he's still a Republican Let's go to To, Jerry, in Seattle cherry you're on the. Michael Medved Show Why. Are you doing well well you're? Subject, matter regarding the popular is socialism Spurs some thoughts and myself, in the three things that I came up with is that a large employees the largest employer. In this country is the government seems like that's kind of a natural. Direction everybody wants to work for some form of the city county or state the second, part of, it seems, like the millennials kinda cling. To the convenience services of you know banking online doing everything through the internet and the third element. I think was possibly education? Because, the majority of education is part. Of government There's there's there's no doubt if you take a look at the expenditures that we make on education Most of it is government money I mean in fact virtually all of, it for, for primary school and for high school and even at? Universities and this by the way people wonder why is it teachers till so far to, the left it's because I think most teachers understand that to one. Extent your government employees or not which is. Why for conservative teachers who I think deserve a particular thank you for. At least courage and open-mindedness we'll be right back on the Medved, show with more of your calls my pillow is.
"christine hall" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In the Vermont, gubernatorial primary. On Tuesday Christine hall Quist made history the former energy executive defeated four democratic primary? Opponents, to become the first transgender. Nominee, for governor in the nation but Kanshi unseat. Sitting Republican governor Phil Scott in November and become the nation's first. Transgender Governor, Christine hall choices with us now thanks for being, here Christine thank you so much for having. Me now you've never had a public a seat in public office before I mean you had, previously been, the CEO of Vermont electric cooperative what was the thing that made you wanna shift from that to running for, governor well let's put it this. Way I it wasn't something I really wanted to do I think it's a sign of where we are in this country you know I look, at what happened in two thousand sixteen and of course I wanted to political depression And in two thousand seventeen I was. In denial, but it turns out our governor was using the same. Tactics that, the national GOP is, using it just happens to be a really nice guy well in November, you're going to be facing. The Republican incumbent governor Phil Scott and you said that you voted for him in the two thousand sixteen governor's. Race is that correct yes and, I'm doing my penance now aren't I we'll give him that you've supported him in the. Past, and he is the, incumbent. Which gives him and natural edge how do you expect to win over in November our governor went from. The third, most popular thirteen most unpopular in the past, couple of. Months and it's because all of us are waking up to the fact that this? Is, not the person we thought. We, knew he's basically been focusing on division and. He's been attacking our public education system you know the other thing. He talks, about his no new taxes of course nobody was raised taxes but he has no long range Plan for how to get, more food, on the table you know we're gonna end up fighting scraps forever if we don't. Have a long? Range, vision and I think leader the, leader's job? Is to look out twenty years and say what's gonna look like twenty years from now well let's let's talk about. It Christine what is your progressive platform for your? Campaign what are some of the key elements that you see helping Vermont is over the next. Fifteen twenty years well first of all what we're seeing in Vermont is is what we're seeing all across rural America today. Because I've I've served on the national rural electric cooperative association organization so what. We're seeing, today is as it really reminiscent of we saw the. Thirties the, nineteen thirties city satellite, trysofi in rural America did not At that time we're seeing, increasing flights to the city increasing poverty and aging demographic we're, seeing the exact same thing today and it's? Because, of the digital so we, you. Know we we ran wires to every home? And business we're going to run fiberoptic every home business and some of the other things you've your platform? Includes, as you want, a fifteen dollars minimum wage universal health care is that right yeah well I would, say I'd, like us to move back to a living wage now. There's been a systematic attack on the working class since the, early eighties and now, we're in this place, where you know the people are homeless That the cost of housing is is is too high and in terms, of our income I find it strange we we we call that progressive Providing healthcare for all. And ensuring people have a living wage I think that's what a civilized, society should be. Doing I don't care what your, political stripe is that. I, think, that's that's just decency And of course you? Are the first transgender woman to be nominated by nature party. For, governor not just in the state of Vermont, but across the country what do you think this nomination means for our country's, transgender community I think it's it's it means, even beyond our transgender community I I, like to look at. America and say we've, always been asked for. Additional aspirational may we've been widening our moral compass, and this is one step further, to, America, widening us moral compass and be welcoming more? Loving of others certainly, here in Vermont Vermont's always been welcoming. So it hasn't been an issue here in Vermont it. Sped Vermont have been saying okay Christine what are. You going to do for us Christine hall, quizzes the democratic nominee in the, Vermont, governor's, race Christine thanks for joining us you're welcome During the summer months Wednesdays the.
"christine hall" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In the Vermont gubernatorial primary on Tuesday Christine hall. Quist made history the former energy, executive defeated four democratic primary opponents to become the, first transgender nominee for governor in the nation. The, Kanshi unseat sitting Republican, governor. Phil Scott in November and become the nation's first transgender Governor Christine hall coast is with us now thanks. For being, here Christine thank you so much for having, me now. You've never had a public a seed in public office before I mean you had? Previously, been the CEO of Vermont. Electric, cooperative what was the thing that made you. Wanna shift from that to running for governor well let's put it this way I it wasn't something I really wanted to do I think it's a sign of where we are in this country You know I look at what happened in two thousand. Sixteen and of course I went into political depression and in two thousand seventeen I was in denial but it turns out. Our governor was using the same tactics that the national GOP is using he just happens to be a really nice, guy well in November you're. Going to be facing the Republican incumbent governor Phil Scott and you said that you voted for him in the. Two thousand sixteen governor's race is, that correct yes and I'm doing my penance now, aren't I we'll give that you've supported him. In, the past and he, is. The incumbent which gives him an natural edge how do you expect to win over in November well you. Know our, governor went from the third most popular thirteen, most unpopular. In the past couple of months and it's because all of us are waking up? To, the fact that this is. Not, the person we thought we knew he's basically. Been focusing on division and he's been attacking our public education system You know the other thing he talks about his is no. New taxes of course, nobody was raised taxes but he has no long range plan for how to get more fruit. Of the table you know we're gonna end up. Fighting, with scraps, forever if we don't have a long range vision and I, think leader the leader's job is to look out twenty years and say what's gonna. Look like twenty? Years, from now but let's let's talk, about it? Christine what is your progressive platform for your campaign what are some of the key elements that you see helping. Vermont is over the next fifteen twenty years well? First, of all, what we're seeing in Vermont is is what we're seeing all across rural America today because I've. I've served on the national rural electric cooperative association organization so what we're seeing today is as it really reminiscent of we. Saw the thirties the nineteen thirties cities had electricity and rural America did not At that time we're seeing increasing flights to the city increasing poverty and aging demographic we're seeing the? Exact, same thing today, and it's because of the digital abide so we you know we we ran wires, to every, home and business we're going to run fiber optic every. Home business and some of the other things you've your platform, includes as you want, a fifteen dollars, minimum wage universal health care is that right Yeah well I, would say I like us. To move back to a living wage there's been a systematic attack on the. Working class, since the, early, eighties and now we're in this place where. You know the people are homeless shop that the, cost of housing is is is too high and in terms of her income I find it strange, we we we. Call that progressive Providing healthcare for all and ensuring people have a living wage I think that's what a civilized society should be. Doing I don't care what your, political stripe is that. I, think, that's that's just decency And of course you are? The first transgender woman, to be nominated by a major party for. Governor, not just in the state of Vermont but, across the country what do, you think this nomination means for our, country's transgender community I think it's it's it, means it's even beyond our transgender, community I I like. To look at America, and say we've always. Been aspirated aspirational may we've been widening our moral, compass and this is one step, further, to, America widening moral compass and be welcoming and? More loving mothers certainly, here in Vermont Vermont's always been welcoming. So it hasn't been an issue here in Vermont it. Sped reminders have been saying okay Christine what are. You going to do for us Christine hall, quizzes the democratic nominee in the, Vermont, governor's, race Christine thanks for joining us you're welcome During the summer months Wednesdays the new Friday when it comes. To blockbusters and crazy rich Asians is the, big release this week Singapore for. Spring break Collins wedding you've. Been dating for, over a.
"christine hall" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Anthony Fox News closing arguments now underway at Paul. Manafort's trial in Virginia the former Trump campaign chairman charged with Bank fraud and tax evasion FOX's Rachel Sutherland. Live in Washington prosecutor Greg has told the jury of six men and six women that this. Case is about Mr. manafort's lies that he hid money in foreign Bank accounts filed false tax. Returns for several years it failed to pay fifteen. Million dollars in taxes the defense rested its case yesterday without calling any witnesses to testify Kevin downing has manafort's attorney you this legal team that the government has not met. Its burden of proof the defense has been trying to, pin the blame, manafort's former, business partner Rick gates closing arguments could continue all day before the case. Heads to the jury Dave Rachel is the first case stemming from, the special counsel's investigation but it has nothing to do with Russia or. The, campaign, President Trump again tweeted Robert Muller pro was rigged witch-hunt our home Folks Democrats. Have long argued. He's trying to undermine. The investigation the president also tweeted his support. For Republicans won their primaries last night endorsing several of those candidates in Vermont a Democrats the story you. Know tonight we made history Christine hall quest is a transgender candidate and if she beats Republican. Incumbent Phil Scott so honored holocaust would be the first ever transgender governor in the US as. A big selloff on Wall Street the Dow down. More than three hundred points and a big reason the political as well as the economic disputes between Turkey and the United States and it escalated today Turkey's trade minister announcing. A short time ago that his country is increasing tariffs, on twenty two, different items, that are imported from the US for example tariffs on cars liquor have. At least tripled paper beauty products and rice had doubled FOX's David, Lee Miller in response to US sanctions and tariffs over detain American faster. Determine, administration, demands be released Fox News fair and balanced A utility, might get shut down. I'm Greg Paul Kane s. t.. News state regulators are, slapping a six hundred thousand dollar fine on Johnson utilities and they might just shut the, company down, the corporation. Commission fined, the company that provides, water for about thirty five thousand homes. And businesses and Queen creek Santan, valley, in, Florence the commission acted in threatened to revoke Johnson's utilities right to operate after the company shut off water to, customers he's an attack dog for Democrats Arizona congressman Ruben Gallego is, no fan, of President Trump and he's making that clear again the fact that. We have to talk about this president his actions the fact that he's talking about eating real attorney general is disgraceful will really needs a real president who acts. Like a, president instead of, trying to basically destroy the rule of law and cover up for his. Collusion geigo was speaking with CNN in reaction to the president's recent tweets and Mr. Trump's renewed complaints over. Embattled attorney, general Jeff Sessions Oversight changes could follow inspections at Arizona. Is migrants, shelters last week all thirteen, southwest key facilities were inspected by the Arizona department of health services after, multiple reports that some children had been sexually abused health services director. Dr carrot Chris says that reports.
"christine hall" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Is near I'm, Dave Anthony Fox, News closing, arguments now underway of Paul manafort's trial in Virginia the former Trump campaign. Chairman charged with Bank fraud and tax evasion FOX's Rachel Sutherland live, in Washington prosecutor Greg Andrea has told the jury of six men and six women that this case is about Mr. Manafort some. Is that he hid money in foreign Bank accounts. Filed false tax returns for several years in failed to pay fifteen million, dollars in taxes the defense rested, its, case, yesterday without calling any witnesses to testify Kevin downing manafort's attorney. This legal team that the government has not met its burden of proof the defense has been trying to pin the blame manafort's former. Business partner Rick gates closing arguments could continue all day, before the, case, heads to the jury Dave Rachel, is the first case stemming from. The special counsel's investigation but it has nothing to. Do with Russia or the campaign President Trump again tweeted the Robert Mueller probe is a rigged witch-hunts A hoax. Democrats have long argued. He's trying to, undermine the, investigation the. President also tweeted his support for Republicans who, won their primaries last night endorsing several of those candidates in Vermont a Democrats the story you know tonight. We made history Christine hall quest is a transgender candidate and if she beats Republican incumbent Phil Scott so. Honored holocaust would be the first ever transgender governor in the US as a big selloff on Wall Street the Dow down more than three hundred. Points in a big reason the political as well as the economic disputes between Turkey and. The United States and it escalated today Turkey's trade minister announcing a short. Time ago that his country is increasing tariffs on twenty, two different items, that are, imported from the US for example tariffs on cars and liquor have at. Least tripled paper beauty products in rice have doubled FOX's David Lee, Miller in response to US sanctions and tariffs over eighteen American pastor the..
"christine hall" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Smoldering blanket in the western suburbs, around lunchtime yesterday, Chicago police officer Mike Rosen WinCo says there are many unanswered questions we received a call of. A, body burning that was in the thirteen hundred block of Juliet street it is a male it's an adult. Male police say the area is not known for crime and there is no No indication of a threat to the public mostly a residential area although somewhat I there. Aren't that many houses there's two houses in that general area however both are vacant. Boarded up there's a lot of investigators doing a lot of work Terry Kashmir NewsRadio on one zero. Five point nine FM a gunman opened fire inside. A, crowded WalMart near, Philadelphia last night after reportedly getting into a dispute. With another shopper in a checkout line police say the suspect drove away with a female passenger and. Lead officers on a. Wild chase before he crashed, into a patrol car is Rica Dunkin reports, from Montgomery County Pennsylvania Six people injured were WalMart employees police say that according, to hospital records the male suspect. Was on some type of drugs and it's still unclear right now as to whether one, of the victims had been arguing with that male suspect, to police, officers were taken. To the hospital for injuries sustained in. The crash with the gunman Christine hall. Quist is now the first major party transgender nominee for. Governor in the US. Hall quest to, progressive democrat running in Vermont. Won yesterday's crowded primary election with thirty. Nine, percent of the vote her. Platform focused on economic and social Justice including a fifteen dollars minimum wage and environmentally sustainable. Rural development, at the editor's desk this morning our thanks to Zach Weber are..
"christine hall" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Christine hall quest I know that's a, candidate you've been following since day one a trying to think when I wasn't keeping up with. A, transgender candidates Christine. Hall question. Made history, by, winning, Vermont's, democratic gubernatorial primary he That I. Don't know what to say, that I know it's not it and it's not that we don't say that she I, she prefers, to be identified as. She Christine hall quest bought a man lives as? A woman is now the democrat candidate for governor I must say incredibly honored incredibly honored to have all your support and all the. Things that I heard were said you know tonight we made. History And I'm so honored to be to be The to be part of this well to, be part of this story a moment I guess Christine hall question what the democrat, primary to run for governor, in November and if hall quest wins she'll, become the nation's first trans, gender governor, and? She'll face Republican governor Phil Scott right And we just saw and FOX earlier in she, did the whole interview with, her eyes closed which was kind of interesting, I guess she's been up, all night, but Great great, is Mile, uncomfortable by well beyond be honest with your manhood be, honest to yourself you're uncomfortable by transgenders. Just be honest you're afraid to say what's really on your mind because you don't. Want to offend. I got you I don't have, a okay? God, you're uncomfortable. Yes. I'm. Uncomfortable But not but I'm not I'm not I don't disapprove it am I. Comfortable, know why would I be, comfortable it's it's not what's considered the norm so it's, foreign to me sure I'm not judgmental. About it but in my uncomfortable I of course I am small world what I'm. Saying is it's. Okay to be uncomfortable because this, is not? Normal, right right But but do I? Think it's a choice no absolutely not. I don't think that's a. Choice. You should see what she, was wearing I mean, you, know you can make fashion choices. And what she had on was definitely made her look hippie way too much. Eyeliner, yeah And I thought the hair. Was parted in, the wrong. Direction but but my main concern would be will this person be a good governor will this. Person lead will this person make good decisions in what's the. Agenda here it's all about first transgender candidate here and that. Seems to be the. Focus it is very very store, that. Is that was the goal of Democratic Party in Vermont? Is, to get a transgender nominee that's the whole thing. Regardless of. Policy, direction of the state let's just make a milestone and that's that's what they got what they wanted to, I told you about the talent embarrassing would it be for, Phil Scott, to lose to her well and you ask me and my uncomfortable with it you are. Well. I, told you about. The time that, I was at a doctor's appointment this the? Is, this. The. One the story where you were. Somebody looked at you and said you. Know that, was the, different one that was in a bar in Tijuana plus called boy's town okay yes you like me so we. Got Two stories here I can tell both stories with when we want to hear the second, a or b.
"christine hall" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Victims transgender triumph tonight. We made history Vigil for the Queen of soul This is the CBS. World news. Roundup presented by ZipRecruiter good morning I'm Steve. Kaethe and the numbers are staggering the details are revolting and so far the, Vatican's been silent on a bombshell, Pennsylvania grand jury report that says more than a thousand children were subjected the sexual abuse at the hands of some three hundred Roman Catholic priests in the. State over the past seventy years here's CBS's Nikki Batiste, survivors wet as Pennsylvania attorney general Josh Shapiro publicly revealed the contents of the landmark grand jury report for the first time when you saw, the emotion on the survivors faces? What does that mean to you it means the world to me to be able to do. This for them to help them I have some modicum of healing victims and their loved ones had been, anticipating the release of the report the most sweeping examination yet of child sex. Abuse in the US Catholic church the we've stood up and said our truth Secret's out now investigators uncovered disturbing allegations including a seven-year-old girl raped in. A hospital. After she had her tonsils taken out a. Nine year old boy whose mouth was rinsed with holy water after being forced, to perform oral sex and five, sisters abused by the same priest how old was the youngest victim she was in teen months old when she was for the first time eighteen months old. She was in a diaper the report accuses senior church, officials of covering up the abuse authorities have charged two priests many of them are dead the statute of limitations has run out in nearly, every case it was a day? For diversity in some states that help political primaries yesterday Vermont Democrats picked the nation's first transgender. Candidate for Governor Christine hall Quist I must say I'm incredibly honored incredibly honored to have all your support, and a soda Democrats nominated Ilhan Omar for a house seat who if elected. Would be the first Somali American in Congo Organize, around the politics.
"christine hall" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"This is the CBS world news. Roundup presented, by indeed dot com good morning I'm Steve. Kaethe and the numbers, are staggering the details are revolting and so far the Vatican, has been silent on a bombshell, Pennsylvania grand jury report that says more than a thousand children were subjected to sexual abuse at the hands of some three hundred Roman Catholic priests in that. State over the past seventy years here's CBS's Nikki Batiste survivors wet does Pennsylvania attorney general Josh Shapiro publicly revealed the contents of the landmark grand jury report for the first time when you saw, the emotion on the survivors faces? What does that mean to you it means the world to me to be able to do. This for them to help them I have some modicum of healing victims and their loved ones had been, anticipating the release of the report the most sweeping examination yet of child. Abuse in the US Catholic church we've stood up And said. Our truth secrets out now investigators uncovered disturbing allegations including a seven-year-old. Girl raped, in a hospital after she had her tonsils. Taken out a nine year old boy, who mouth was rinsed with holy water after, being forced to perform oral sex, and five sisters abused by the same priest how old was the youngest victim she was eighteen months old when she was for the first time eighteen months. Old she was in a diaper the report accuses senior church officials of covering up Elliott abuse authorities have charged just two priests many are dead and the statute of limitations has run out in, nearly every case it was a? Day for diversity in some states that held political primaries yesterday Vermont Democrats picked the nation's first. Transgender candidate for Governor Christine hall quiz let's say I'm incredibly honored incredibly honored to have all your support, Minnesota Democrats dominated Ilhan Omar for a house seats who if elected would. Be the first Somali American in congress Organize around the politics of Republicans backed by President Trump won primaries, for governor in Wisconsin the incumbent Scott, Walker and in Minnesota Jeff Johnson, who beat former, governor Tim. Polenzani.
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"christine hall" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"What he did all of you wanna call and try to circular logic, which I think backfires on you every single freaking times causing misery for the farmers in the midwest. Where is that money coming from? Any one of you make you happy to get your vote? I'm gonna give you twelve billion dollar and make farmers. Great. Again, how dumb does he think some people are by saying make farmers? Great. Again, are we now government freaking aim? Who does he Jeff Ward and Ed Clements on NewsRadio KLBJ at bam. I in her months I'm Dave Anthony Fox News tonight we made history Christine hall quest. Won the democratic primary for governor and I'm so honored elected she'd be the nation's first transgender governor Alcoa's facing coming Republican Phil Scott in the fall and. Wisconsin Republican Leoluca mirror wa who in the past them in critical of President Trump now back salmon won the. GOP Senate primary we're gonna take that to Washington where they need the, help of a strong conservative to join the ranks c. democrat Tammy Baldwin in November another Republican who. In the past called the president? Unhinged lost in Minnesota Tim Paul anti who ran for the? White House in two thousand twelve failed in his bid. To. Become, governor again beaten by fellow Republican Jeff Johnson they keep digging through? The. Rubble, of crushed cars and trucks that? After a bridge collapsed in Italy FOX's Simon Owens live in our European Bureau Dave huge slabs of concrete, and twisted steel lied below where the, Morandi, bridge stood, a, two hundred and sixty foot. Long stretch of, highway the port city of Genoa, crashing a hundred and fifty feet to the ground, taking dozens of bagels with. It the latest numbers from Italian authorities thirty nine people dead, the, government in Rome says dumb Abby nationwide safety audit on bridges and tunnels and the prime minister saying we will find the names of those who are guilty. Of unacceptable deaths Dave sermons closing time at Paul manafort's trial final arguments today in the Bank and tax fraud case, against, the former Trump. Campaign chairman after his lawyers put up no defense they had made the, decision. Not to call their own witnesses and also not to reveal their own evidence this is typically done when the, defense feels that the, government the. Prosecution has not met the standard for a conviction in this particular case FOX's Catherine Herridge at the, Cornell Alexandria Virginia Fox News fair and Balanced Good. Morning I'm Patrick. Osborne this news brought to you by standard heating and air conditioning after traveling to, Columbus to speak with people who live there about the impact of a soccer team. Councilmember Leslie Poole now wants to scrap plans to bring soccer to. Austin she says the Columbus Crew too much a part of that city to take it. Away don't want to take a team from other. Town they've been in Columbus for twenty. Years so there's a really strong fabric up. There it's a part of people's. Lives you also says she looked at the infrastructure needed to handle things like traffic around the stadium and feels Austin's not equipped for. It so she plans to pitch a new deal to start from. Scratch, nevertheless the awesome city council does have another chance to make a final call on McCallum place in the soccer team. Today then amendment by council, member. Ellen Trump's Claire asked the Columbus crew's owners to build up four thousand parking. Spots instead of one thousand city document, show the company is against us. Believing it's better for. Traffic if people use shuttle, services some of the other amendments prompted, mayor Steve Adler to mention asking too much could kill the deal poisoned pill with the request that rises to a level that means that it's no longer Economically. Viable can't, work another amendment. Precourt said no to was giving money to area taxing districts John cooling NewsRadio KLBJ, big name in Hollywood maybe looking at Stephan to keep the Columbus Crew from leaving. For Austin Mark Wahlberg tells FOX twenty eight and Columbus he's in. Talks with a major players from other proteins to form an ownership group and by the. Crew I actually you know what I certainly would. You know my friend Bob Kraft has. The patriots but he owns the New England. Revolution as well bunch of people. Who are involved so I think that's something that we may need to discuss by though it's not expected Precourt sports ventures would sell. That team to Walberg s- group by very high per student spending. At, many schools a new scorecard out of the Austin school district shows only fifty two percent of black students in kindergarten. Through second grade or able, to. Read her above their grade level the district has a goal to raise that. To sixty one percent by the twenty, twenty one school year and work. Continues on the long-overdue. Mo- pack improvement project but, the mobility authority says it is nearing, an end this week crews are finishing up work on installing sound walls which had to be torn down and rebuilt. After cracks formed a short time After. Construction walls added an extra four point six million dollars to the project's. Overall cost and it's now six four let's. Get you look at Austin's on time traffic here's Don prior I got a wreck on southbound thirty five. Just south, of forty five? Near Buta and. That's not, causing too, big, of a problem there, but be aware of that if you're heading that. Direction traffic has you're still being. Reported Cesar Chavez at brassiness and another one being reported this is gonna be the westbound ramp from westbound Ben white as you get on southbound thirty five traffic hazard there is well mainland's your major, thoroughfares you're starting to see.
"christine hall" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Tonight we made. History Christine hall quest won, the, democratic primary for. Governor and, I'm so honored elected she'd be the nation's first transgender governor, holocaust. Facing coming Republican Phil Scott in the fall and Wisconsin Republican Lee evoke mirror wa who in the past them in critical of President, Trump now. Back salmon won the GOP Senate primary we're going to take that to Washington where they need the help of a strong conservative to join the ranks she'll try to c. democrat Tammy Baldwin in November another Republican, who, in the past. Call the president unhinged lost in, Minnesota, Tim, Paul, anti who ran for the White House in two thousand. Twelve failed in his bid to become governor again beaten by fellow Republican Jeff Johnson keep digging through the. Rubble of crushed cars and. Trucks that, after a bridge collapsed. In Italy. FOX's Simon Owens live in. Our European bureau Dave huge slabs, of, concrete, and twisted, steel lie below. Where the Morandi bridge, stood a two, hundred sixty foot long stretch of, highway Nepal city of Genoa crashing hundred fifty feet, to the ground taking dozens. Of vehicles with it the latest numbers from Italian authorities thirty, nine, people dead the government in Rome says they'll be a nationwide safety audit on bridges and tunnels and the prime minister. Saying we will find the names of those. Who are guilty of unacceptable deaths Dave Simon disclosing time at Paul manafort's trial final arguments today in the Bank. And tax fraud case against, the, former Trump campaign. Chairman after, his lawyers put up no defense.
"christine hall" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Mentioned something in the roadway people need to keep, an eye. Out, but on your way in this morning people, need to. Keep, an eye on a woman walking barefoot on. The highway could not believe it on I thirty five is I'm getting on thirty five from Cesar Chavez coming up the the overpass there and yeah woman, walking on, the, side of thirty. Five in the wrong direction while there's no good direction walking on thirty five barefoot look drunk you know and we wonder why. Do so many. People get hit by cars in this town if you see something. Like that call the police that's dangerous yeah The situation had I pulled over to try to, help her I would have, been killed for me to pull over it was of a surreal? Side was this because some people may be driving, through right. Now I'm sure she's either. Been hit or she's off the. Highway by we have no reports anybody being. I hope not but this was at the time this was it as you get on thirty five entrance ramp from Cesar Chavez coming we'll keep. An eye on that northbound five thirty seven here on, the show we got the rush update coming up at six awaits history was made yesterday as voters made their voices heard in several primaries across the country some. Of the winners, include Christine hall quest of Vermont the first openly transgender person. To win a major US party nomination and Johanna Hayes. From Connecticut who could become the. First African American democrat to serve in congress from that state History by tapping former energy company executive Christine honk was. For governor making her the first openly transgender person to win a. Major US party nomination the sixty. Two year old. Says she hopes people can look past her identity and see what she can bring to the table when you think. About it if we if we write people off because of who they are. We may be writing off the next cure for cancer or or the cure for climate change meantime in Connecticut Johanna Hayes is one step closer. To becoming the first African American democrat from the state, to serve in congress the former national teacher of the year won the nomination and told her supporters they must keep the same momentum Higginson November the beginning of the real fight.
Transgender candidate wins party's nomination for governor in Vermont
"Democratic nominee for the governor of Vermont is the first transgender candidate from, a major political party, Christine hall. Quiz will face incumbent Republican governor Phil Scott in. The November midterm election if she, went she'll be. The first transgender governor in the nation's history aqueous phase three other candidates for the democratic, nomination including fourteen. Year old Ethan Sonneborn Vermont has no age requirement to run for governor. Primaries were also held in Connecticut Wisconsin and Minnesota
President Trump, Trump and President discussed on WBBM Morning News
"Bill the White House claims that former Trump staffer Omarosa manigault Newman violated a. Nondisclosure agreement with her tell all book about her. Time in the, administration CBS's major. Garrett these non-disparagement agreements they are not legally, enforceable they just aren't but the. President wanted something drafted he wanted people to sign it at least to create a. Kind of internal oath if you will of solidarity. And trustworthiness going forward Omarosa calls Mr. Trump of. Bigot in her book he has responded by. Calling her a
FatCam: Museum of London launches livestream of a rancid fatberg
"Against Britain's famous festering fat Berg lives, on at the museum of London the chunk of oil fat diapers and baby wipes that blasted out of a sewer last year is now. Part of the museum's permanent collection the fabric. Was on display for several months, this year nestled inside transparent boxes protecting visitors from potentially. Deadly bacteria and the noxious smell. Now it's getting, its own livestream the museum says the highly Toxic glove will be stored in a secure case and displayed. Online via a fat Cam so that viewers. Can watch changes and it says, things are happening in that quote since coming off display. The Fatburger has started to grow. An unusual and, toxic
Defense rests its case in Manafort trial
"The defense rested its case today in the trial of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort without calling any witnesses, CBS's Paula Reed is covering the tax evasion and fraud trial she tells KNX the defense is following a deliberate strategy that their cross-examination other witnesses that have been called by the prosecution is sufficient to support their case Mr. Manafort also had the opportunity has the right to standard is on defensively. Optic dot c. that the judge made sure he brought it to the podium Demi argued doing this are. You sure you could go up there and testify gear for your behalf and he said yes he said I I'm aware of this and I do. Not wish, to do that closing arguments are now set for tomorrow the trial is the first major. Task for special counsel Robert, Muller who is currently leading the probe into allegations of Russian interference in the, one thousand sixteen presidential
Trump accuses Omarosa Manigault Newman of breaching her NDA
"The war of words is. Escalating the White House press secretary Sarah Sanders. Says she can't guarantee that Trump has used a racial epithet specifically the. N. word ever although she. Said he, hasn't used it in her presence President Trump is now calling his. Former aide Omarosa dog and his. Campaign team is threatening legal action against her The Trump campaign says it's going to arbitration to enforce. The nondisclosure agreement Omarosa manigault Newman signed. In two thousand sixteen, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders describes such contracts is common every administration. Prior to the Trump administration. Has had Indiana's particularly specific for anyone that, had a security clearance but there's. Been no suggestion that Omarosa had a clearance and veterans of administrations of both parties. Dispute Sanders is claim that NDA's are. Common
Josh Shapiro, Alex Jones and Twitter discussed on KSTE Programming
"B. e. g. I n. two four eight four eight. Four eight NBC, News Radio I'm Mark Mayfield Christine, hall is one day democratic nomination for governor in Vermont making her. The first transgender nominee of a major, political, party if, she, wins she'll be the first transgender governor in the nation's history aqueous phase. Three other candidates for the democratic nomination including fourteen year old Ethan Sonneborn Vermont has no age requirement to run for. Governor and. Extensive report from a two year. Grand jury investigation
China Urges Malaysia to Address Project Woes Through Talks
"Christine hall quest won the democratic primary for governor facing incumbent, Phil, Scott in the fall in Connecticut, Democrat Ned Lamont wins his primary governor but that's a state. That could turn red in the November election at the White House officials. Are preparing legal action against. Former aide Amoroso Mangano Newman for. Her tell, all book against President Trump. She says the president is a. Racist he wants to divide this nation he wants to. Pit his face against China's any problems Malaysia has with multibillion dollar Chinese-backed infrastructure projects should be handled through friendly negotiation in a
Trump, Josh Shapiro and Christine Hall discussed on WAOK Programming
"Christine hall quest has a chance to become the first transgender governor in the nation's history hall quest won the democratic nomination for governor in, Vermont she'll face off against incumbent, Republican, governor, Phil, Scott all faced three other candidates for the democratic, nomination including fourteen year, old, Ethan, sewn
"christine hall" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"A week after their primary Kansas governor gift calling your concedes. Its primary challenge to Chris coma I've just had a conversation with the secretary of state and I congratulated him on his success in our repeated my determination to keep this seat in Republican hands call plays back to the last, minute by President, Trump primary, tonight Wisconsin Republican governor Scott Walker easily wins his primary Walker is seeking a third term. An office in two thousand twelve he became the first governor to ever defeat, a recall election in Minnesota. Senator Amy klobuchar wins her primary she, seeks at third term in Vermont a former utility executive has become the first transgender candidate to win a major political party nomination for Governor Christine hall quiz, defeated three other Democrats in, Connecticut former teacher of the year Johanna Hayes defeats the party endorsed candidate for, the house seat being Vacated by Elizabeth Bishop David, zubec-, with, the diocese, of Pittsburgh responding. To a grand jury. Report that found hundreds of Pennsylvania priest sexually abused a thousand children over a period of decades just need to be able. To save very clear when they make reference to the fact that we're named in the report we were named in the report because of work that we had done at that particular time and that's how we rename the report, does not indicate, that I, did anything that was covering up charges brought against two clergyman others are deceased or the. Cases are beyond the statute of limitations closing arguments have for tomorrow in the, fraud trial of former Trump. Campaign manager Paul Manafort Kevin downing telling, reporters outside that federal courthouse leave the government has failed to meet their burden of proof and we've rested on that prosecutors spent two weeks laying out their, case calling on witnesses.
"christine hall" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Governor, Vermont Vermont is one of the most democratic states in the. Country More than Massachusetts more than Hawaii where they just. Had their primary elections in Hawaii and basically the primary. Elections, and why that's the election because Republicans are so terribly outnumbered The same you, might think is true in Vermont except they have a fine Republican governor Phil Scott who's running for reelection and he's. Being challenged in his primary and in the, democratic primary they have some very unusual candidates including a candidate who is promising to inject some young blood into the governor's mansion his name is Ethan Sonneborn My h haven't played with larger role. My campaign when my pink everywhere I go my method transcends age I decided to run for governor after I saw the failure by so many in politics to work for their constituents instead of working for lobbyists and corporations I felt like there, was a new generation, of leadership that can be doing. A better job in our state the way we win selection, in way we govern affectively is by making sure that. People know that governor looking out for them. Twenty year or he will from all over the, socioeconomic people from backgrounds that are like. That of the typical politician they're, running for office and I'm a part of that I think I, can tell about my campaign a simple phrase it's the job of government to make people's lives easier it's John government. To make people's lives easier Well even Santa is fourteen years old No no really I know, he sounds like he's fourteen years old but he really is. Fourteen years old and under Vermont law you don't have to be a registered voter to run. For governor and there's no, age limitation so there it is Now he is not the only unusual candidate, on the democratic side of things of course he's a democrat. I mean only a democrat could believe that someone who basically has achieved kind of nothing in. His life so far I mean other than getting decent grades Is. Qualified to be governor of a state and I know Vermont's a cute, little state and it is a very very beautiful state physically have, enjoyed every time I've. Ever visited Vermont and, it's a lot but in any event the the leading democrat apparently and the. Likely nominee is named Christine hall quest and she. Would also be a ground. Breaking choice if she is elected. Governor here's how she described her background my middle, daughter about a week after I transition I, had dinner, with her and I? Said? She, said how's your transition going. So well, I think I'm experiencing transphobia you know I was in this meeting with these CEO's, and I said something in the morning they didn't. Hear me was unusual said. Something later they didn't hear me, afternoon, one. Of the other ones. Said oh yeah Christie said this morning my daughter says. That transphobia walk to being a woman. I've only been a woman three years I haven't. Been to, one of my whole life I can't imagine. You know my limited experience. With being woman has taught me. A lot of lessons but I can't claim that, I was a woman my whole life so, again it, goes to what's the? Truth? Here, truth is a transgender woman. I've been, a woman legally for three years now maybe mentally you know spend my whole life, but I didn't get to live it that way. So I don't have those. Same experience I only have my, experience, that's. All I can talk. To okay now it's not just the transgender female character. Christine hall Quist who used to work. In business and now kind of is speaking for The transgendered community are very obviously. And it's not just Ethan Sonneborn the fourteen year old there two other candidates as well Brenda Siegel is the executive director of. The southern Vermont dance festival And James sailors is an environmental activist Welcome to the Democratic Party I don't know Look I think that if you look it up the cook, political report, rates the race solid, Republican in Vermont that's because the governor is older than than fourteen and he is not. Involved in transitioning In fact he's still a Republican let's go to To Jerry. In Seattle, cherry you're on the. Michael Medved Show Why are you doing well Well you're. Subject matter? Regarding the popular is socialism Spurs some thoughts in myself, in the three things, that I came up with is that a large the largest employer in this country is the. Government seems like that's kind of a natural direction everybody wants to work. For some form of the city county or state the second part of it seems like the millennials, kinda cling to the convenience. Services of banking online doing everything through the internet and the third element I think was possibly education. Because, the majority of education is part. Of government There's there's no now if you take a look at the expenditures that we make on education Most of it is government money I mean in fact virtually all of it, for for, primary school and for high school and even at universities? And this by the way people wonder why is it teachers tilt so far to the, left it's because I think most teachers understand that to one extent. Your government employees or not which is why. For conservative teachers who I think deserve a particular thank you for. At least courage and open-mindedness we'll be right back on the Medved, show with more your calls my pillow is now offering, fifty percents off their, four pack, special which includes two premium pillows and two go anywhere. Pillows.
"christine hall" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast
"So I guess it's not surprising to see it come up in a big way in a really heavily hotly contested congressional primary and you're going to see it happen. And not just in the primary, but in the general election, because the person who led that big union fight is the governor Scott Walker who is on the ballot again, running for reelection for his third time, and there's no way that Democrats don't turn this into another conversation about those union rules. Let's head to the northeast beautiful this time of year Connecticut and Vermont. Let's start in Vermont. What are you guys watching? Vermont, Danielle the governor's race first and foremost. So on the Republican side, you have Phil, Scott. He is. He's interesting. I mean, not in the sense of the primaries, but in the sense of he is a Republican governor in a pretty blue states, and he is still relatively popular for being in a pretty blue state. He's eddy's heavily. He is heavily favored to win this race in November. Let's be clear here. And another Republican in politics with Scott either as their first neighborhood last night, there are so many Republican governors with Scott in their name is so confusing. Are you trying to send a tip out to people who are planning their baby names if they want? Have you know, future Republicans successful or handicapping putting money down? I I don't know. don't know. But on the democratic side, you have four people running. And this is a very interesting race in part of just because of who is running. I, you have Christine hall Quist. She is getting a lot of attention because she is a transgender woman. She is the former executive of the Vermont, electric co-op. So she is running on conservation. She's running on getting economic development to rural areas in Vermont is of a heavily rural state, a majority of people in Vermont live in rural areas on top of that, you have James Ehlers, you have you have James Ehlers who is the executive of a of a conservation nonprofit. You have Brenda Siegel, but you also have a guy named Ethan Sonneborn who is distinguished because he is fourteen, which is exactly when we were talking about this earlier. I didn't even know that you could run for governor at fourteen, but apparently in Vermont, you can in the great state of her Mont. There is no age cutoff for running for governor. You do have to be a resident of the state, of course, and Mr. sauna. Born is, but I've seen these stories where his his senior campaign staff are also teenagers like he has his friends on his campaign. And this just reminds me of parks and rec and kid mayor. I'm gonna go out on a limb and say that you can run for governor of Vermont at any age, but I don't know that you can win, but at any rate, watching the watching the democratic primary on that side that is going to be interesting just to see what happens and you know, should MS hall Quist win. It could potentially be historic. Okay. And finally we have Connecticut. Yeah, we're watching the congressional race there..
"christine hall" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"App to try it for free that's babble dot com NewsRadio counts a key democrat is, accused of abusing his girlfriend Minnesota congressman, and co chair of, the, Democratic National, Committee Keith Ellison issuing a brief statement saying in. Part I never behave this way this, after accusations of emotional, and physical abuse I made public by his former girlfriend's son via Facebook Karen Monaghan later confirming. Her sons allegations the congressman Ellison sent several threatening texter her. End the existence of a video showing the democrat dragging her off. A bed by her. Feet will screaming Ellison Says such a video does not exist Tom. Graham Fox News, a former energy company executive has a shot at becoming the. Nation's first transgender governor Vermont is one of several states holding primaries Tuesday Christine hall quizzed is running for governor that she says her. Status as a transgender woman isn't, I on people's minds in the run-up to the vote rather she says voters. Want to know what she can do to help them get better jobs provide health care for their families. And better educate their. Kids all. Is running on a progressive platform that includes a, livable wage free public college education and high speed broadband, access well hawk was says that's how she wants, to be known Vermont she says nationally she wants to be known as. The first trans candidate Tom reghati Fox News Kevin Harvick, gets his series, leading seventh victory of. The season at the consumers energy four hundred in, Michigan it's been it's been an incredible amount, of stuff and wins packed into almost five years now so You know for for me, I'm just enjoying every moment because you never know. When, it's going to, go the other way and right now our. Guys are,.
"christine hall" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A beautiful way to put it because it's exactly what we are hearing a person familiar says that we could see a direct offering may at some point this weekend and the contacts here's really what's important so masayoshi son had proposed a deal where you would have seen charter in sprint both absorbed under new public company that would have been under the control of softbank with this appear to be completely dead late sunday though because charter said it just wasn't interested in this deal said it wasn't deal that was attractive for it although it could see why it was attractive for softbank so i guess now or seeing a softbank take a little bit of a different approach here just say okay well then we'll just buy charter so i guess we'll see what happens without obviously the source of the milliers saying that this deal's not final terms are not completely settled but something this week is what's expected at this point all right christine hall via reporting from hong kong for the news that you need to start your day bloomberg customers come axes daybreak every morning at 530 london time by typing d a why be on the bloomberg okay said as the day newsletter let's get with the latest in global news headlines sanjika hook amount of soda could morning caroline japanese prime minister shinzo ave says the us and japan have agreed to take further action following north korea's latest intercontinental ballistic missile test obey spoke to us president trump this morning the us and japan as well as the international community have been closely coordinated build or a fruit in order to resolve the north korea issue peacefully but north korea has been dismissing these efforts unilaterally escalated the situation the international community including china and russia new to gravely accept such concrete facts men should apply more pressure president trump in our fully agree that we need to take further action at least sixteen people have been killed in violent clashes in venezuela during a contentious very to elect a new assembly that will rewrite the constitution that is wayne in opposition nida enrik head undone ski is urging his countrymen to protests against the government of president nicolau montoro sixteen venezuelans that at this hour and to our knowledge have been assassinated on a day that without a doubt is a dark day in.