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02:12 min | Last month

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"Several GOP led states asked for an appeal to the court to delay its termination, but their requests were rejected. The Biden administration says it's putting in place a 6 point plan for when the policy is lifted. CBS News correspondent lilia Luciano is in El Paso. The 6th pillar plan includes things like at the most immediate increase in resources to the border, increasing resources and personnel to help the local nonprofits that are navigating that are managing the crisis, increasing resources for them to staff more people to make it easier to get people to the places they need to get to help people transport them to the places where their family members or sponsors are waiting for them. Even as thousands are packed and shelters, illegal border crossings were down 30% in November from the previous month, according to a filing by the Justice Department. The father of a July 4th parade shooting suspect in Chicago is now charged with a felony. The father of a man charged with killing 7 people in a mass shooting at a 4th of July parade and a Chicago suburb has been charged with 7 felony accounts of reckless conduct. The charges are based on bob cremo junior, sponsoring his then 19 year old son's application for a gun license. The elder cremo surrendered to police and will have a bond hearing this weekend. A grand jury in July indicted primo's son, Robert crema the third, on 21 first degree murder counts 48 counts of attempted murder and 48 counts of aggravated battery representing the people killed and wounded in the attack. Finally said dwyer. Coming up on WTO will talk to Washington week moderator yamiche alcindor, about what the January 6th committees, final report will mean for former president Trump. It's two 37. Hiring the right talent is my number one priority for my growing company. I used to believe that if you post it, they will come was the only way to recruit new employees. However, after months of being ghosted

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02:28 min | 6 months ago

"crema" Discussed on AP News

"Pennsylvania Senate candidate John fetterman acknowledged he was lucky to be alive as he officially returned to the campaign trail. At a Friday rally in Erie, the Democrat took to the stage telling several hundred supporters. For me, it's about being grateful, just grateful. The 52 year old lieutenant governor had a stroke three months ago. My life could have ended. Veteran wearing his usual hoodie and jeans spoke for nearly 11 minutes, haltingly at times and said his Republican opponent, doctor mehmed Oz is a carpet bagger. He's a New Jersey resident. He doesn't live here. He's not about us. He doesn't care about us Doctor Oz, who has Donald Trump's support, has railed against fetterman's prolonged public absence, audio courtesy WTA. I'm Julie Walker. Shipping companies are preparing to halt the transport of goods on the Rhine, as water levels in Germany's biggest river near a critically low point. An ongoing drought affecting much of Europe has lowered rivers such as the Rhine, preventing large ships with heavy loads from passing key waypoints and forcing them to use smaller vessels or to split cargoes into multiple shipments at one bottleneck and official gauge measured the water level at 14.6 inches, big heavy ships can't pass if the level falls below 15.7 inches. Companies that rely on ships to receive raw materials and deliver Finnish goods are expected to face delays and shortages and coal fired power plants and gas stations could also see supply shortages if shipping on the Rhine is halted. I'm Charles De Ledesma. The velocity of war in Ukraine is increasing. Russia's military has pounded residential areas across Ukraine, claiming gains as Ukrainian forces press a counter offensive to try to take back an occupied southern region, striking the last working bridge over a river in the Russian occupied cursor region. Ukrainian authorities say a Russian rocket attack on the city of crema tosk killed three people and wounded over 12 others on Friday. Russian troops and rebels are seeking to seize Ukrainian areas north and west of the city of Donetsk to expand the separatist self proclaimed republic, but the Ukrainian military says its forces had prevented an overnight advance. I'm Charles De Ledesma. Best by the nation's largest consumer electronics chain is trimming jobs in an effort to adjust

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"crema" Discussed on WTOP

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02:40 min | 6 months ago

"crema" Discussed on WTOP

"Planning went into the attack. Lives in fairview, New Jersey, where neighbors were stunned to learn what happened. Terrible. Terrible. It's frightening. Very frightening. It was an act of violence. A vigil was held in chautauqua, where the attack took place in a violation of the one thing that we have always cherished most. The safety and the tranquility of our grounds. And our ability to convene any conversation, even if it's difficult. There are new reports of heavy fighting in Ukraine as the war there is now in its 7th month. Ukrainian officials say Russian forces shelled a residential area in eastern Ukraine overnight. The mayor of crema stark said at least three people were killed and more than a dozen wounded in the attack. And in the south, a Ukrainian strike damaged the last standing bridge over the dnieper river, which Russia used to carry supplies into the region. That was CBS News. Adriana Diaz. Russia sent a positive signal in negotiations to free U.S. basketball star Brittany griner and another American in a prisoner swap. An official in Russia's foreign ministry told that nation's task news agency quiet diplomacy is continuing and it should bear fruit if of course Washington strictly follows it without slipping into propaganda. The U.S. is seeking the release of briner who is sentenced to 9 years for cannabis possession and a retired U.S. Marine Paul Whelan who is jailed two years ago on spying charges, which he denies. In return, the U.S. would release Russian arms dealer Victor boot known as the merchant of death. Roger stern, Fox News, researchers are hoping to better understand what causes someone to catch coronavirus while others who live in the same household Dodge the virus. Children's national hospital enrolled 1000 kids and young adults in a 5 year study to examine the effects of long COVID. One child caught the virus in December and is still not completely back to normal. I had very deep costs. I had headaches, dizziness, tiredness, fevers. That's ten year old Akshay varma. Speaking with our news partners at NBC four. He quarantined in the basement away from his family of 5 who didn't get the virus then. Doctor Roberta dibiase is spearheading the study. We're doing a lot of testing of their heart function. Their lung function, their mental health and their quality of life

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Chicago-area July 4 parade attack suspect pleads not guilty

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 6 months ago

Chicago-area July 4 parade attack suspect pleads not guilty

"The suspect in the Chicago area 4th of July parade shooting has pleaded not guilty I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest The 21 year old man accused of killing 7 people and wounding dozens more in a shooting at an Independence Day parade in suburban Chicago has pleaded not guilty He faces 117 felony counts in the attack Robert E cremo the third entered the formal plea during a brief hearing in Lake county circuit court in late July prosecutors announced that grand jury had indicted crema on 21 counts of first degree murder 48 counts of attempted murder and 48 counts of aggravated battery and the attack on the parade in highland park Illinois During his ten minute arraignment krimo repeatedly told the judge that he understood the charges and potential penalties he faces including life imprisonment I'm Lisa dwyer

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 School in east Ukraine hit by Russian strike, bodies found

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

School in east Ukraine hit by Russian strike, bodies found

"Ukrainian emergency workers have recovered a three bodies from a school hit by a Russian strike in crema torsk in the east of the country as attacks continue in several other parts of the nation The Ukrainian president's office says in crema tusk in the next province Russian shelling has destroyed a school and damaged around 85 residential buildings In footage released by the Ukrainian emergency service rescuers cleared debris at the school The reported casualties follow a barrage on Thursday on a densely populated area of Ukraine's second

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Some Ukrainians won't flee areas caught in crosshairs of war

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 7 months ago

Some Ukrainians won't flee areas caught in crosshairs of war

"Despite fears of missile strikes in crema tosk Ukraine some residents prefer to stay put Across the beleaguered city Valerie is shanko sits under the shade of trees working on a crossword puzzle the 70 year old widower has difficulty walking and this daily ritual gets him through the day Now the governor of Donetsk province wants its three 50,000 remaining residents to move to safer places in western Ukraine but like many other civilians who have come under fire in the nearly 5 month old war he'll shanko has no intention of leaving no matter how close the fighting gets he tells the AP I don't have anywhere to go and don't want to either What would I do there I'm Charles De

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"crema" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:44 min | 7 months ago

"crema" Discussed on WTOP

"Rock full at 73 in Ashburn and it's 77° in district heights. Good morning, it's two 41. A 7 person died Tuesday as a result of the mass shooting at a July 4th parade in highland park Illinois, more than 30 others were wounded. Robert crema, the man arrested for the crime as being charged with 7 counts of first degree murder, was prosecutors promising dozens more charges. Chris cavelli, a spokesman for the Lake county major crimes task force. We do believe cremo pre planned this attack for several weeks. CBS News senior investigative correspondent Catherine herridge joined WTO's Dmitri and Hilary on Skype to talk more about the investigation. Well, the major development based on the new information is this evidence that there was several weeks of planning or premeditation that went into the attack, not only the identification of the site, the planning to put this disguise together as a woman to facilitate his exit from the scene and then also what appears to be the mapping of an escape route couple that with the purchase of two weapons, two rifles, one left at the scene, the other recovered in the vehicle, and then also some other firearms that were located at a home. Did all of this new evidence allow law enforcement to have some breakthrough moment, Catherine? Based on my reporting, the big break came when that rifle was recovered at the scene. And the ATF was able to do what they call an emergency trace. This allows them to identify the chain of custody or the purchase of the weapon. And when you couple that with the kind of forensic ability they had on the scene with the FBI and ATF looking at the ballistics, which can be as unique as a fingerprint or a DNA based on the news conference we're able to identify that weapon as the kill weapon, right? That's why we're so close to charges at this point. And how are federal investigators supporting the overall operation? Really the leading tip in many ways has been the support of the FBI marrying up the security camera video with the iPhone video like a giant mosaic so think about using artificial intelligence to piece this together quickly. This is how they were able to make that speedy identification of the suspect leading to that arrest and now they're trying to use that same method to work out how they got to the scene and how they left the scene just to be clear that they didn't have any outside support. That was CBS News senior investigative correspondent Catherine herridge on Skype. Coming up on WTF, another rough night for the Nats pitching staff, rob wood forecast sports next. It is two 43

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02:26 min | 7 months ago

"crema" Discussed on WTOP

"To hold the news conference updating the investigation into yesterday's holiday parade shooting in highland park, Illinois. The arrested 21 year old Robert crema was a person of interest, more from correspondent Chris van glees. Primo was apparently an aspiring musician. Videos posted to YouTube, which have since been taken down, show disturbing images alluding to gun violence. I am so sorry from a bottom hertz. The 21 year old lived with his uncle Paul cremo. He told our Chicago station wbm, he's heartbroken for the victims. There's no indication that lead up to this. Two of those killed have been identified. Nicholas Toledo, a grandfather visiting family and Jackie sundheim, a local teacher. CBS Chicago reports that gunfire in the area left 68 others wounded and an additional 8 people dead during the weekend. The White House confirms it's received a handwritten note from WNBA star Brittany griner asking for help in getting out of a Russian prison. Her wife sharelle on CBS mornings. I hate the decision for her to feel the need to directly reach out to President Biden is because of the failed attempts that we have had as a family. Riders being tried on drug charges, she writes she's afraid she'll never get out of Russia. There are new rules on big tech in Europe, more from Paris, CBS is Elaine calm. The European Parliament has ratified landmark laws that will more closely regulate tech giants, big tech companies like Google and Apple will have to conform to a list of do's and don'ts designed to give smaller tech firms a chance to thrive and survive. The laws also aim to curb illegal content online. Gas prices are falling, but so is demand and gas buddy dot com analyst Patrick dehan says that could be a sign of tough things to come for the energy industry. Now there is an underlying fear that we could see an economic slowdown. And of course, if we were to see one, it would likely be in a reduction in consumption of things like oil, gasoline, diesel, and jet fuel. The lash surviving member of World War II's famed band of brothers has died. Bradford Freeman was a paratrooper and the 101st airborne division screaming eagles. They were a huge part of the D-Day invasion, the Battle of the Bulge and more Freeman was 97 and died in Caledonia, Mississippi, when Betty Nash started flying in 1957, the jet age had just started, and she was called a stewardess this week Nash becomes history's oldest and longest serving flight attendant. 65 years with American Airlines at age 86 as to what keeps her going. The people

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"crema" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:53 min | 7 months ago

"crema" Discussed on WTOP

"After a gunman on a rooftop open fire on the 4th of July parade in suburban Chicago. Police now have a person of interest in custody. Lake county sheriff deputy chief Chris cavelli. North Chicago police initially spotted the vehicle. They called in reinforcements in a number of area police officers responded to that scene and it was a collaborative effort to take him into custody. The person of interest is 22 year old Robert crema the third, the July 4th shooting is just the latest to shatter the rituals of American life. Schools, churches woodbridge, grocery. It's stores, 69 and not in community rest and parades it's 73° have all become killing outside grounds the in WTO recent months studios. brought to This you time by the Len bloodshed the plumber came as trusted the nation. Same celebrated day service its founding, 7 and days the a bonds week that. still Coming up hold on it WTO together. If you, plan on suspect being out is on the in road custody in the following district a this deadly holiday shooting, during you'll Independence want to drive Day safe festivities or it'll in the Chicago cost you big suburb. According to of the national highland highway park safety, Illinois administration., the number It's of two motor 31 vehicle deaths. was up 3% Here's in a March highlight of this from year Danny compared Connolly to last, year the chief. As a information result of speeding security and officer traveling for without America's a seat belt public sector. Now at, in Z addition scaler to safety on the concerns zero, reckless trust cyber driving exchange could also more than presented double by your Keras insurance off. rates It's in everybody's the district responsibility. According to to a study help released with by that the cultural insurance services mindset company the shift zebra to, share driving information with a suspended with people that license you might could not cost you typically $3400 share information with. There's and so many increase different your teams insurance that are rate involved by 52% in agencies zero trust. A DUI journey. So, $3600 break down the silos, between with a teams 62% and start communicating. increase in Listen your to rates the. So if entire you're on your discussion way to and on from federal festivities news network today, make, sure search safe zero driving trust is cyber top of exchange mind. Melissa. This is Howell your world WTO secured P news by zscaler. Of, only a world 8 where of the metro U.S. government 7000 and their series partners trains are will protected be from cyberattacks available later and today data loss as, the where agency smarter application continues daily insights testing lead after to last smarter October's decisions derailment, and where, and anyone the interim can head work of metro securely says it's from possible anywhere on any that device the with any 7000 application series. Z scalers could fed never ram go and DoD back to running impact around level 5 as authorized nor are running solutions as can normal help you accelerate from a root digital cause transformation perspective. We in do your not agency know. Metro's. interim Experience general your world manager secured Andy off. Visit tells Z NBC scaler dot com four slash it's still federal not to start clear your what cloud transformation caused some. wheels It's of

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"crema" Discussed on WTOP

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01:37 min | 7 months ago

"crema" Discussed on WTOP

"The free WTO app. 8 40 Russian president Vladimir Putin is warning Finland and Sweden that if they welcome NATO troops and military infrastructure under their territory, Russia will respond in kind. Putin says tonight that Russia will have to create the same threat for the territory from which threats against us are created. That's a quote. The two formerly neutral Baltic countries were formerly invited today to join the western military alliance. And now to WTO national security correspondent JJ green for the latest on the fighting in Ukraine. There was a Russian air strike in harkey today, another in Denis pro city, and there's still more work being done on that mall in Kremlin chunk where the death toll is now at 18, but officials there say 36 people are missing. And there have been reports today that they found fragments of human remains which suggest there may be a lot more people missing than they think. So far today, we've seen a fairly muted kind of battle going on between Russia and Ukraine. One thing that is making big news today, 144 Ukrainian soldiers, including many defenders of the yazov stall steel plant in mariupol were freed in a prisoner swap with Moscow. We're told that 144 Russian troops were freed as well. And about that mall strike in crema and chuck, Vladimir Putin, president of Russia today denied that an attack on a civilian target was made. JJ green, WTO news. Texas governor Greg Abbott is taking steps to respond to the deaths of dozens of migrants inside a sweltering tractor trailer this week. Abbott is setting up more checkpoints on highways

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03:52 min | 7 months ago

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"85° in oxen hill. We've got 87° in Sterling. 6 40 on WTO P now to the meeting of NATO nations in Madrid, the U.S. is ramping up its military presence in Europe in another push to boost regional security after Russia's invasion of Ukraine. At a NATO summit in Spain, President Biden announced a significant boost for the long haul. We're going to establish a permanent headquarters in the U.S. 5th Army Corps. The first permanent basing of U.S. forces on NATO's eastern edge. The president says he's also boosting rotational troop deployments to Romania and the Baltics, sending more fighter jet squadrons to the UK, more air defenses and other capabilities to Germany and Italy. He calls it an unmistakable message to Moscow. That NATO is strong, the united The White House says the commitments mean the U.S. will keep some 100,000 troops in Europe for the foreseeable future. Sagar Meghani at The Pentagon. Now the WTO national security correspondent JJ green for the latest on the fighting in Ukraine. There was a Russian air strike in harkey today, another Indonesian city, and there's still more work being done on that mall in cremin chunk where the death toll is now at 18, but officials there say 36 people are missing. And there have been reports today that they found fragments of human remains, which suggest there may be a lot more people missing than they think. So far today, we've seen a fairly muted kind of battle going on between Russia and Ukraine. One thing that is making big news today, 144 Ukrainian soldiers, including many defenders of the azov stall steel plant in Mario pole were freed in a prisoner swap with Moscow. We're told that 144 Russian troops were freed as well. And about that mall strike in crema and chuck, Vladimir Putin, president of Russia today denied that an attack on a civilian target was made. JJ green, WTO news. 6 42, there's been a big drug bust and BWI Marshall airport, a man in a wheelchair is accused of trying to smuggle in cocaine. Gabriel Ruiz, who's 34 years old, is charged with felony narcotics importation after he flew in to BWI Marshall from the Dominican Republic. He was riding a motorized wheelchair, came up to our inspection booth and we referred him into a secondary examination. And that's when security officers realized there was something not quite right with the wheelchair cushions. We took a look inside those cushions and we found 13 bricks, bricks of cocaine. Steve sapp with U.S. customs and border protection says it was more than 30 pounds of cocaine, the street value, about a $1 million. Nick I Nelly WTO P news. Local baseball in a minute with Dave Preston 6 43. If you need a new car, you probably shop around. Take a test drive, give your purchase a lot of thought. Well, at roof masters, they think you're rush to be given the same careful consideration. That's why they say whenever you need roof work done, always get three estimates. Just make sure one of the three is some roof masters. Hyatt's Chris cor, look, besides curb appeal, your roof is super important. It keeps the elements out. And because you're probably only need a new roof once every 20 years or so, it makes good sense to be careful whom you hire. A low price may be in a contractor who is cutting corners. That might mean leaving nails in your driveway or lawn or flashing not correctly installed. You get the idea. Roof masters did a fantastic job in my home and I know they'll do the same for you. So set up an appointment to get one of those three estimates from roof masters by calling them at three O one two three O ROF or a visit their website at roof masters dot com. Three O one two three O roof because with roof masters, the proof is in the roof

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01:51 min | 9 months ago

"crema" Discussed on WTOP

"That country's First Lady as Russia presses ahead with its punishing ten week old invasion But Russian attacks are ramping up across the country CBS is Charlie daggett who reports on a school in eastern Ukraine that was bombed by the Kremlin this morning Here in crema tours we're well within range of Russian artillery And it has gotten hammered And it's not just the initial blast but the blast wave that shatters all the windows you know the homes here largely aren't new they're not ready for anything like this About 60 people are feared dead there many still buried in rubble CBS News special report I'm Monica ricks The stock market went on a roller coaster ride last week after the Federal Reserve raised interest rates a half percentage point The fed is trying to curb inflation which is taking a toll on the weekly paycheck Unfortunately on a year over year basis we just didn't actually grow enough necessarily for the average worker to offset what inflation has done to their budget So we've seen prices for household goods for gasoline for homes for all sorts of things rise over the past couple of months And wages haven't been growing quickly enough to keep pace with that Wall Street Journal reporter Akane ohana notes the fed's announcement was followed by a strong jobs report just two days later Have you noticed the tourists have been flocking back to the nation's capital Tourist visitors in the district reached 82% of pre-pandemic levels last year and Jeff clay boss says this year is looking better Domestic tourism spending reached $5.4 billion last year 45% more than 2020 conventions and conferences have returned to the district with 394,000 hotel room nights already booked for big ones Well business travel is important because they come during the week and.

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AP News

02:27 min | 10 months ago

"crema" Discussed on AP News

"The train station in crema tosk in the country's east after an attack killed over 50 people seeking to escape the violence The station was damaged in a missile strike but the operator says evacuations of civilians will continue through other stations in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions the statement on the messaging app telegram says the railways will not stop the task of taking everyone to safety Meanwhile up to ten humanitarian corridors for civilian evacuations are to open in Ukraine's east this weekend allowing residents to leave a number of cities in the eastern regions I'm Charles De Ledesma Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky says he wants a tough global response to Russia after its forces fired a missile at a crowded train station killing at least 52 people Zelensky's voice rose in anger during his nightly address late Friday when he said the strike on the crema toss train station where 4000 people were trying to flee a looming Russian offensive in the east amounted to another war crime Russia denies it was responsible for the strike among those killed the children and dozens of people were severely injured The attack comes as workers elsewhere in the country unearthed bodies from a mass grave in butcher a town near Kyiv where graphic evidence of dozens of killings emerged following the withdrawal of Russian forces I'm Charles De Ledesma AP sports I'm Dave ferry in top ranked Scottie scheffler has a commanding 5 stroke lead through two rounds of the masters Scheffler fired a 567 Friday under windy conditions to move to -8 He began the day two shots behind first round leader tsung JM who finds himself in a second place tie with Shane Lowry Charles schwartzel and Hideki matsuyama Tiger Woods made the cut Jordan Spieth did not Baseball the Yankees say they failed to reach an agreement with Aaron judge before his deadline to reach a long-term deal by opening day General manager Brian cashman says the Yankees had offered judge an 8 year contract averaging 30 and a half $1 million The Mariners have signed gold glove shortstop JP Crawford to a 5 year extension that runs through 2026 NBA LeBron James will miss the final two games of the Lakers season with a sprained left ankle costing him his second NBA scoring title James averaged 30.3 points this season while playing only 56 games two shy of the minimum to qualify I'm Dave ferry AP sports.

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"crema" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:26 min | 10 months ago

"crema" Discussed on AP News

"The train station in crema toss in the country's east after an attack killed over 50 people seeking to escape the violence The station was damaged in a missile strike but the operator says evacuations of civilians will continue through other stations in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions the statement on the messaging app telegram says for railways will not stop the task of taking everyone to safety Meanwhile up to ten humanitarian corridors for civilian evacuations are to open in Ukraine's east this weekend allowing residents to leave a number of cities in the eastern regions I'm Charles De Ledesma Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky says he wants a tough global response to Russia after its forces fired a missile at a crowded train station killing at least 52 people Zelensky's voice rose in anger during his nightly address late Friday when he said that the strike on the crema toss train station where 4000 people were trying to flee a looming Russian offensive in the east amounted to another war crime Russia denied it was responsible for the strike among those killed the children and dozens of people were severely injured The attack comes as workers elsewhere in the country unearthed bodies from a mass grave in butcher a town near Kyiv where graphic evidence of dozens of killings emerged following the withdrawal of Russian forces I'm Charles De Ledesma AP sports I'm Dave ferry in top ranked Scottie scheffler has a commanding 5 stroke lead through two rounds of the masters Scheffler fired a 567 Friday under windy conditions to move to -8 He began the day two shots behind first round leader sung JM who finds himself in a second place tie with Shane Lowry Charles schwartzel and Hideki matsuyama Tiger Woods made the cut Jordan Spieth did not Baseball the Yankees say they failed to reach an agreement with Aaron judge before his deadline to reach a long-term deal by opening day General manager Brian cashman says the Yankees had offered judge an 8 year contract averaging 30 and a half $1 million The Mariners have signed gold glove shortstop JP Crawford to a 5 year extension that runs through 2026 NBA LeBron James will miss the final two games of the Lakers season with a sprained left ankle Costing him his second NBA scoring title James averaged 30.3 points this season while playing only 56 games two shy of the minimum to qualify I'm Dave ferry AP.

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"crema" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:45 min | 10 months ago

"crema" Discussed on WTOP

"Is that this was a Russian strike and that they used a short range ballistic missile to conduct it Ukraine's president in his nightly video addressed to his nation says the missile strike on the train station is another Russian war crime European Commission chief Ursula von der leyen visited Kyiv to let Ukrainians know Your fight is also our fight CBS News special report I'm Jennifer Kuiper Now more on this situation from WTO P national security correspondent JJ green There was no doubt who the targets were at this train station in crema tours today People who are fleeing the conflict are mostly vulnerable people older people women children So this is a very cowardly attack Yet another example after the massacres in butcher and in other places which are coming to light of the day which are being gradually discovered and reported on This is just another example of the inhuman behavior Peter stano was the lead spokesperson for the European Commission Russian state television is continuing tonight to talk about all of this as provocations saying this is why Russia's fighting in Ukraine because all these people who by the way were mostly Russian speaking people were targeted by Ukraine ignoring the fact that there's hard evidence that Russia's military did all of this That's WTO national security correspondent JJ green Members of Congress are angry about Russia's atrocities in Ukraine and they're promising to keep military supplies flowing Mitchell Miller has that from Capitol Hill I think we've all been outraged by the horrific images we've seen Virginia senator Mark Warner who says there's no doubt war crimes are being committed at the behest of Russian leader Vladimir Putin It's extraordinarily important that the United States and our allies continue to send the Ukrainians the arms they need Warner says more than 50,000 pieces of major military equipment including anti aircraft missiles have now been sent to Ukraine by the U.S. and its NATO allies He says more will be needed as Russia intensifies attacks in the eastern part of the country On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO news In other news tonight a ten year old boy who was badly hurt in a head on collision with a metro bus early Sunday has now died from his injuries D.C. police say a mere fault of southeast D.C. died yesterday four days after a van he was in collided with a bus on Martin Luther King Jr. avenue near fourth street The driver of the van 47 year old Demetrius folds the child's father was also killed at least 5 people on the bus were hurt There are new details about the two men arrested this week accused of lying about being federal officers It was revealed in a hearing to determine if the two should be held until trial that 40 year old Ari and Teresa was actually recognized in the past by D.C. police as a special police officer That means he had some training and could carry a weapon Prosecutors also said 35 year old hyder Ali holds a resident ID card in Pakistan and made two trips to Pakistan want the Egypt want to Iran and one to a rock in the past Police sees numerous weapons and other police gear from the pair when they were arrested this week They allegedly provided gifts to Secret Service agents including the use of rent free luxury penthouse apartments in southeast a decision on whether to hold the man until trial is expected on Monday Kyle Cooper WTO news Now two efforts to move that cargo ship that's been stranded in the Chesapeake Bay since mid march about 500 shipping containers are going to be removed from the ship starting tomorrow and the process is going to take several days then the ship will be towed into a port to be inspected to ensure its seaworthy The coast guard has still not determined what caused that ship to run aground It's 9 36.

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"crema" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 10 months ago

"crema" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Nick hankers in Washington D.C. with the world national news Matt the death toll has risen now to at least 50 from strikes on a rail station in the eastern Ukrainian city of crema task the governor of the Donetsk region says 5 of those victims are children In a self son is a member of the Ukrainian parliament Then you what they were doing they knew they were targeting civilians who were trying to escape the war and they still claim that they're trying to say those three last of a sudden is pleading now at the U.S. for more weapons European Commission president Ursula von der leyen is in Ukraine in a tweet she called the missile attack despicable Russia denies it was behind it Ukraine's prime minister says von der leyen visited today along with him and the prime minister of Slovakia bhuta is where Russia is accused of carrying out mass civilian executions The White House is blasting Republicans in Congress with another round of COVID relief stalled on Capitol Hill in a statement COVID response coordinator Jeffrey zain says inaction will leave the nation less prepared for future surges and variants Bloomberg's Amy Morris reports COVID funds could be back on the table when Congress gets back from spring break into weeks Congress expects to resume negotiations in late April on the $10 billion COVID Bill they struck a deal earlier this week but it fell apart after Republicans demanded an amendment vote to block President Biden's decision to end a pandemic policy called title 42 which allows border officials to quickly expel migrants and asylum seekers Finding a path forward is harder now that lawmakers in both parties are considering a follow-up bill that includes international aid including global vaccines In Washington I made me more as Bloomberg radio Round two of the master's son JM is still your leader 5 under through three Tiger Woods tease.

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"crema" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 10 months ago

"crema" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Not Amanda or Eliza thank you very much for joining us Let's get over to Nathan Hager He's watching D.C. with your world national news Nathan Thank you Ukraine is accusing Russia of a new atrocity president volodymyr zelensky says at least 39 civilians were killed more than 80 others wounded in a Russian rocket attack on a rail station in the eastern city of crema tours People crowded waiting for the trains to be evacuated to the safe territory President zelensky spoke through an interpreter to the Dutch parliament Russia denies the attack telling the interfax news service only Ukraine uses the type of missile found at the scene European Commission president Ursula von der leyen is in Kyiv today meeting with president zelensky She is decrying what she calls the Russian atrocity President Biden plans to celebrate the first black woman confirmed to the Supreme Court with an event at The White House this afternoon with judge katon G Brown Jackson Bloomberg government's Emily Wilkins has more This is a historic moment It was really underscored by the fact that you had Kamala Harris be the one to sort of hold the gavel and to call the vote for her Big ass Emily Wilkins Now judge Jackson will have to wait a few more months to become justice Jackson her predecessor Stephen Breyer is it retiring till late June or early July T minus an hour or so for the first all civilian trip to the International Space Station for civilians including three paying customers are flying on SpaceX on a ten day mission organized by axiom space a startup building a private space station to replace the current one Global news 24 hours.

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"crema" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

01:38 min | 11 months ago

"crema" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"To kind of get a feel for them and the people in a way that I hope is sort of tactile and intimate. The strategy I settled on for this long story that I just published in The New Yorker was essentially to write about what does it look like when especially in the case of Kyiv, a city that I had been to many, many times over the years and come to really love over the years that could totally recognizable, vibrant European capital, what happens when in the span of a few days, war comes to your doorstep. So my strategy to be since I have one, though, in situations like this, you can't really have a strategic plan. You sort of have to do every day what seems possible and what seems safe is the road to that particular place open is it safe? What about the checkpoints? Where's the fighting? Can you reach the people there who you want to go see? So there's just a lot of aspects of reporting that kind of decide your reporting plan for you. And that's probably good, right? In a way, is clarifying. But in all the places that I visited first in Donbass in the east, where I was on the eve of the war and where I actually was when the war broke out, I was in the city of chroma in eastern Ukraine when the first bombs started to fall and including in crema Taurus at a military command post and airfield in town and then moving on to Kyiv where I spent a week and then finally in lviv in the west. I wanted to talk to people for lack of.

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"crema" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"crema" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"America welcome back We got some Christmas tunes but these are their Christmas tubes I would play if it was like time for everybody to go home You know like right and trying to get everybody out In my house in the Puerto Rican household you know it's a little more offbeat sometimes we play like Gran combo but we're gonna work with mister producer to get those into the playlist And Mary crema happy happy holidays right Let's keep it politically correct Speaking of politically correct and speaking of marxists and leftists let's call them whack jobs for now Shall we AOC is in conversation with Noam Chomsky Now this isn't a magazine called jacobin or jacobin I'm not sure where they put the accent on that one But it's interesting It's in this jacobin mag dot com it says AOC and conversation with Noam Chomsky and she has a conversation with him This is the introduction that they give for him So now you know this is something I would read maybe for show prep but not something that I would typically read on a regular day Listen to this at 93 Noam Chomsky is the most important leftist intellectual alive At 32 years old Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez AOC all out crazy our least favorite congresswoman from The Bronx and queens is one of our most important leftist elected officials This is what they're saying in this article By doesn't even say he was by at this point Anyway the two recently spoke about prospects for winning a better world Now the whole contents of it there maybe I'll tweet this out to you guys can see it But I found the article was interesting It's really just kind of a transcript of the interview But what's more interesting is this actual exchange between the two Now this is less than a minute so I'm going to go for it Let's check out cut number one The AOC on the Laura Flanders show Check this out Do you think that there is a dam breaking at both in electoral politics but also in organizing beyond our electoral system like what we're seeing with the precipitation of strikes on a scale that really has not been seen in many years And I think it's a bit of an emperor with no clothes type of situation for our political establishment And our capitalist systems where people are beginning to realize that once we name these systems and describe them that this water that they are that people have been swimming in actually has a name And there is alternative that people can come up for air if we try to explore alternative ways of doing things So she talks about describing things So I'm going to say this Forget the water I'm swimming in AOC all out crazy What I think you should do is take a look at the Kool-Aid that you're sipping right You said you want to describe these systems So I'm going to describe the system leftism Marxism communism How about this one How about we reject all of it How about we forget about all of it Because you're saying that this is the way to make change not only at the ballot box but beyond the ballot box Now I don't have an issue with that so much because I think that's exactly what I'm telling to my team The Patriots the conservatives the libertarians I want them to make a change at the ballot box but more so in their communities beyond the ballot box because this is about worldview This is about how you see the world And when she says that people are beginning to realize and there's a damn breaking I'm saying you know what I think the dam is breaking on our side I.

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Radicle: The Decentralized Platform for Code Collaboration

Epicenter

04:33 min | 2 years ago

Radicle: The Decentralized Platform for Code Collaboration

"So united site air like what what is radical. What's division you guys. Have pursuing a radicalization. You kind of code collaboration network on this Designed with certain golden mine It's designed to be through sobering Infrastructure behind the scene It's also designed with security in mind and then finally it brings together a concepts like centralisation value flows. Things things that we see you locked in the in the in the blogs eco-system it brings some of those closer to the gulf collaboration experience. And maybe just to kind of wrapper heads around a little bit like why. Why is it important to have code. Collaboration done in alway decentralized way what's wrong with the existing waste of done we. We see a number of problems with ash centralized our code. Collaboration providers on the biggest problem topic right now in the world is the problem of user perfect censorship unfortunately most of the existing centralized providers basically have to limit usage to certain areas. Like you know. Iran crema like no. There are a number of places in the world so so when we thinking about open shores being through the open you immediately start to realize that they're all of these different arbitrary wolves come into play and that limit basically the openness of the of water infrastructure though so that's the first problem additionally many of these centralized forces have not been designed with security in mind you know we can zoom in on that quite look but the example that was give as a a few months ago. There was Significant hike on twitter. Where some of the most Most high-profile on accounts were compromised. And then i think the your which basically tweeting some kind of bitcoin like send me coincide with link So imagine you know similar attacks on your code. Collaboration infrastructure where someone put index something. You know very significant go based end. You know you as the maintain the tragic. Potentially you wouldn't even be able to notice Simply because a lot of our commissioner have on top i signed for example and then additionally you have like like when we're looking at the centralized forges. There are a number of attacks of being pulled off on the on the source of large fraction. Only on the code side of things associate cure are good collaboration. Distribution of code basis we think that the fundamental problem with centralized infrastructure osso centers one security second and then additionally. You have a number of other problems like than they're looking on. Most of these a lot firms today provide they speak get so they actually operate based on an open protocol but they haven't near the number of things around those the most common being. I'm social collaboration in this. Obviously you know are looked into their own to to their own platforms. These are the three things that we believe are really relevant for for everyone and then additionally you have a number of problems that actually are are specific tuesday decentralized world so at the decentralized world especially last year a lot of we show we show the emergence of dollars right. These are these are groups of people that actually go through the process of coordination. And you know the pain of coordination many times to actually align incentives. And what happens there. Is that actually like when they They all of them. Usually you know have some kind of go. Drip dory like where where the code Most of these things are today on Hub in virtually there. They actually they have to go through the classic abdomen flow of of some of the centralized providers where it doesn't matter if you are. It doesn't matter if you have all of these very sophisticated coordination schemes. You need the one adamant that actually will have overarching powered over over the such of the code base. Or you might like you can have multiple wants but actually many ways this even worse given the and everyone over them now has has a little over. the community. allows there's allows up decentralized organization decentralized obligations to control software trust listening which we thing is a relevant point for

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"crema" Discussed on Teen Mom Trash Talk

Teen Mom Trash Talk

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"crema" Discussed on Teen Mom Trash Talk

"This is not like we are here to tell you that this is real and I'm going to tell you how real it is. Tell me I literally have the recipes in front of me because I'm obsessed with them Tracy dead. These past two boxes have changed my life. I'm so excited. Okay. So first of all last week Noel and I both simultaneously made cranberry chicken and er beep and stuffing with roasted carrots. I don't understand why it was so good. I cannot get over and I shared it with my brother-in-law and he said it was one of the best things he's had but it was so good. I didn't even think I would like it off. I for sure didn't think I was like, I'll make this but I'm not going to like it and I made it and I was like, I wonder how much more of this I could make right and you have saved the recipe forever wage. Yes. I literally have it in front of me. So I made that and then I made you ready for this one. I'm ready. Another one. I was like, I'm not going to like that. I'll make it but I'm not going to like him chicken and guac burrito bowls with long green peppers Salsa Fresca and hot sauce Crema yum, yum Noel ridiculous. So the only thing that I didn't do is I didn't put the hot sauce in the crema. I just did a little Crema sure because I don't like Spike. But that's like the coolest part of this is that you're really cooking from scratch so you can make it your own right? You can customize a oh my God, I loved it. So now this week I'm making meatloaf alarmed mom with potatoes green beans and gravy. I love meatloaf. So that is what's going on there seasonings are I'm obsessed with them. They are from rice seasoning. Oh my God, they're fry seasoning. I I don't even know why this is so good. So anyway.

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Study Hall: Summit on Sustainable Fashion

Dressed: The History of Fashion

06:12 min | 3 years ago

Study Hall: Summit on Sustainable Fashion

"Went to study hall recently. No I didn't get detention. It was actually the exact opposite of detention. It was this really beautiful amazing six our experience. That happened a few weeks ago. Here in New York City Study Hall is an Educational Conference like that which is organized by slow factory and slow factories. Co-founder selene Simone. And it was this amazing six our experience of hearing from designers scientists educators and activists all on the topic of climate positively at scale within the fashion industry. So I know that you actually watched it online so you our listeners can also watch it online. How did you feel about study hall? Well first of all. It's it's an annual free summit on sustainable fashion so anyone can get tickets go which is so cool and then she also puts it all online so people like myself and address listeners. Who could not make the event you can see this incredible You know conference and bringing together of all of these people that are working on sustainable fashion so like how do we build a better? More sustainable ethic conscious fashion industry now and for the future so I was excited about this event and very excited of to watch it. Even if I wasn't there in person yeah and there were actually seven hundred people there in person. So how yeah. They were estimating that it was going to be something like five hundred and it was actually held at the New York Times Center. Which is this beautiful event space and auditorium and they had to turn the TV room that they set up downstairs into an overflow room. Kezman writing people were super into it. It was just an incredible day. I left so inspired. There were so many panelists that were amazing right and including the person who opened the conference is our past guest Carina Emmerick and really beautiful dedication. she's a native American fashion designer and she did this really beautiful recognition of the land that nyc sits on as being the home of the lanark people who were moved to Oklahoma in eighteen sixties. So the whole the whole day was really great. And I don't know what your takeaways were but my takeaways from the day were that planetary health is human health that climate change is a human rights issue And also so many panelists. It kept coming back again and again and again that there's this direct correlation between environmental abuses and human rights abuses And I'M NOT GONNA go into like Hella detail here but you can jump on study hall yourself and listen in if you want to. But but it was. I opening inspirational heartbreaking at times. But but really really great. Yeah so Crema opened the show with a powerful land. Acknowledgement LIKE WHITNEY. Mcguire did this Powerful labor acknowledgement so you have the landing management and then you have the Labor acknowledgement. You know this country is built on the backs of millions of enslaved African Americans. You know so. It's kind of just this reminder of of where we come from so that we can move forward to a brighter future with acknowledging where we came from and where this country comes from and how it was built and who have been the custodians of this country before us. Yeah I mean Creena just to quote her. She said indigenous people make up four percent of the world's population and we are still protecting eighty percent of the world's biosystems and she didn't explicitly say this but she kind of reminded us that while Greta. Thunberg is a powerful white activist. She's become the face of climate change. Indigenous activists have been fighting for the last two centuries to protect their land. But Yeah my main takeaways. All Star that climate change is a human rights issue. I think you have panelists Lillian Lou. Who said one in six people in the world work in a job related to fashion that sixty million people worldwide and only about two percent earn a living wage? So you know lots of really powerful stuff. Climate Positivie was the theme so quote to close low for actually going back to our roots of living in harmony with nature by providing sustainable scalable solutions for the long-term with ecologically regenerative practices and projects in alignment with environmental justice for Black Brown and indigenous communities. And something I thought was so cool and I know I think I called you to talk about April was the one x one conscious design initiative which is so cool it says partnership between the Slow Factory Foundation and Serov Sqi supported by the UN. And basically it's these partnerships. I abstained future. So you're pairing fashion designers with scientists for instance and designer telfar. Clemens is paired with scientists the end Skyros. Yeah she's a professor at fit. And I my mind was literally blown out. I have her on the show and in fact after we get on recording this. I'm just gonNA email her and be like hi. Would you like to come on the show? Yeah because not only. Is she working with her students? Fit to bio engineer. Leather and algae-based yarn. So just think about that. I can trust listeners. She went and she was talking about it on on study hall about how you can grow leather shapes essentially so without even having to so it because algae will just form to itself around a mold she has this incredible company called algae net with their motto is biology is the future of fashion and they promote this closely product life cycle so so many cool things happening and I think you should absolutely ask her on the show that would be really really cool to hear more about bio

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California Wine Makers Examine Climate's Effect On Their Industry

Environment: NPR

04:40 min | 3 years ago

California Wine Makers Examine Climate's Effect On Their Industry

"California produces ninety percent of all the wine made in America but historic wildfires devastating droughts and other extreme weather have many in the business struggling alling with how to adapt to a changing climate as. NPR's Eric Westervelt reports a growing number of vineyard owners in the country's best known wine region. A calling for less talk and some more action on the beautiful heat lamp terraces and elegant tasting rooms of Napa Sonoma. The cabin as these days are often paired with talk of extreme weather and warming earth. It's a romantic and mealey's believes that the wine industry is something that has long term at Annapolis Lark. Mead vineyards head winemaker. Dan Petrosky shows me around the test plots lots. He's preparing three and a half acres of experimental grape varieties from the southern hemisphere and the southern Mediterranean. This research vineyard is focusing on the grape varieties. Heidi's that we believe will be important to Napa Valley or even to the future of California wine as we're thinking about how the climate is changing here. Over the course of the next couple of decades the idea is to find out which groups do better in drought conditions or in an era of colder cold snaps and warmer heatwaves Lark made was founded in eighteen eighteen. Ninety five and Petrosky is not looking to replace its famed Cabernet. But he'll test for resilience and flavor tryouts. You might call it for which grapes will become supporting according actors in the finished wines of near future warmer Napa the test plots he says or part of a broader long term strategy to try to mitigate climate change how we think about irrigation or non-irritating. How we think about keeping the temperature down not only the fruit zone but on the canopies with installing misting systems and shade cloth? So we're we're GONNA be using this as an opportunity to test not only new technologies but also the test the finished product in the absence of federal leadership on climate change a growing number wineries in Napa and Sonoma lark meter trying to reduce their carbon footprints organic farming solar panels composting instead of burning discarded vines and and most wineries in this region are now certified sustainable in the management of their energy water and soil. But I'm not sure that's enough we're dealing with which with a larger global issue of planet civility to curb carbon in neighboring? sonoma's sisters Katie and Julia Jackson Jackson aren't sure it's enough either and we need to stop talking about the problem. We need to actually start implementing and scaling the solutions. Now Julia and Katya part owners was one of the world's biggest wine producers Jackson family wines. They help run. Forty two wineries around the world from California to South Africa. Jackson recently teamed up with with another global wind giant Spain's Torres family wines to create international wineries for climate action sitting at a picnic table overlooking the vines at their La Crema. Emma winery Haiti Jackson says the new groups goal is nothing short of radically decarbonising. The world's wine industry that's an organization that's asking members to to reduce their carbon footprints fifty percent by twenty thirty and by eighty percent by twenty forty five we need concrete significant action immediately and also also for the mid- and long-term to join wineries pledged to meet those ambitious goals and show they currently get at least twenty percent of their energy from onsite. Renewables is like solar and wind and they have to agree to conduct a thorough carbon emissions inventory audited by a third party every year looking at all aspects of production. In through delivery Jackson wine has been measuring its carbon footprint for eleven years. One of several changes they made after an energy audit. They switched to lighter glass bottles cutting their emissions footprint three percent and saving on shipping and production costs are cute so far the new global wind climate group only has six six members change. Come slow in wineland tradition. Not Transformation is often the ethos. It's an industry driven by personality and passion individuals individuals who are fierce competitors sometimes averse to working together. Katie Jackson says that mindset has to evolve. We believe that our intelligence together is quainton be more powerful and more impactful than anyone. Winery trying to figure this out and go alone. There's another challenge. Many small wineries can't afford to invest in climate resilience such as an annual emissions inventory. They're struggling to get the harvest in survive. And maybe spending any extra cash on new generators to adapt to the new normal mull of rolling power blackouts due to the heightened risk of catastrophic wildfires driven in part by climate change. Eric Westervelt N._p._R.. News in California's Napa Valley.

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