35 Burst results for "DNI"

"dni" Discussed on Aviation Careers Podcast

Aviation Careers Podcast

05:18 min | 6 d ago

"dni" Discussed on Aviation Careers Podcast

"But what I would say because we talked about this in a previous episode, the women in aviation women in the aviation leadership roles. If it remains an age or topic or an HR initiative called the DNI initiatives, equity, inclusion belonging, nothing will ever change, nothing will ever happen, simply because age are just like finance, legal, marketing. These are support functions and if you don't make it part of that strategy and just as important as the profit and loss account and it doesn't become a CEO topic or a boardroom topic and really something that is actually paid attention to not much progress will be made absolutely. I totally agree. It has to be part of the interwoven into the fabric of the organization and not just be a hanging piece on the side. And that starts from the top. And then it becomes woven into that fabric of that organization. I think that's very, very important. So really, I think that moving forward, though, diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging, like you said, I think that's very important. I'm glad you brought that up. Where do we go from here? I mean, there's some awesome points you've made. And by the way, you'll be able to find that article. I have a link to it. As of the publishing of this podcast, you should be able to find that online. But we will have a link to that. Where do we go now? To sum up, how do we move forward? How do we get how do we get out of this mess and what some people say, but in a more positive light, how do we make this industry more attractive to people and how do we do a better job of attracting and maintaining people? I think it's about taking action. I think it's all well and good to have these points and to discuss these, but I think it's basically until.

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US Spy Chief Warns Putin Is Preparing for 'Prolonged' War in Ukraine

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

US Spy Chief Warns Putin Is Preparing for 'Prolonged' War in Ukraine

"News. Vladimir Putin gearing up for a prolonged war and will not stop at the Donbass, according to the telegraph, the Financial Times hits the same note. Vladimir Putin preparing for a prolonged conflict in Ukraine, both of these are based upon statements by the director of national intelligence Avril Haines in the United States. The DNI is Avril Haines. He said we have assessed that Putin's just going to consolidate his gains in the Donbass and then push on. This has prompted his well, the prime minister of Poland to issue a statement, his name is Mauro weki, that Vladimir Putin is quote more dangerous than Adolf Hitler or Joseph Stalin because of his ideology and because of the weapons that he possesses.

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"dni" Discussed on The Product Podcast

The Product Podcast

03:43 min | 5 months ago

"dni" Discussed on The Product Podcast

"Yeah, I agree that leadership is one of those in point points wherein diversity is required and somehow unconsciously we have seen across companies that this is somewhere when leadership talks about DE and I but when it comes kind of making exceptions for their own. But yeah, one is I think second important point is around hiding and this is across levels. As much as we can be transparent, I think that will be better for DNI because somehow there is some biases around some regions or ethnic groups. So I think that somehow plays in when hiring managers are taking the final call. So I think hiring should be as transparent as possible and I think these are two important points that I want to make. Hiring absolutely key. And I just very, what's your big picture vision for the tech industry in the next 5 or ten years? So let's do the same thing I started off with. And everybody here has been definitely going this started diverse so that you have those leaders up there when you need them. Leadership is the most important thing that DNI can benefit from. So that's one thing that I see. One thing that I feel and maybe because, you know, my thought process is right now all about my newborn. I think parenthood has to also get a big focus on the industry and not just for mothers. Actually, I'm talking for both parents. Right now, there is a focus on the new mothers and the biological parents. I think at some level, we have to talk about parenthood. And I don't think parenthood has to only be with your baby. I think at some level, I feel this, you know, small things like even if you have a pet, you should be given the bonding leave..

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"dni" Discussed on The Product Podcast

The Product Podcast

05:54 min | 5 months ago

"dni" Discussed on The Product Podcast

"Fail you. We were talking a little bit backstage, I guess, about your experience as a woman of color and a new mother, would you like to share what your experience has been like in the tech industry? Yeah, so you know what? As a rightly pointed out, I'm a new mother, a woman of color, been in this industry for a very long time. I completely equity sentiment that has come up here. Tech industry, I think I'm fortunate that I work in the tech industry because DNI has been such a such an important aspect of the work culture here. I have been instances. I'm not live and I say there have been instances where I felt being not included, but largely I've always been included as a woman of color as a new mother. There has been an enormous amount of effort that this industry has taken taken into consideration to make this workplace inclusive enough to make sure that I'm able to still have my career growth while having all of the other personal aspects of my life. DNI is not what it used to be when I started back in the day, but I 100% agree that it has been largely positive. It has been very rewarding. It has been also, yeah, I think we can talk more as we go deeper in the conversation, but I'll just point out one thing because I have friends. I have fellow friends fellow new parents, new mothers. How much attack industry has evolved? It's commendable. There are so many other industries that still need to catch up. And that's where we'll talk more about how DNI can be how we need to build those gaps and what is it that we are doing today. But tech industry is so far has been very, very rewarding and I'm extremely fortunate to be participating here. Yeah, I think it's definitely important that we acknowledge the hard work that's been done and the positives as well as talking about the steps that still need to be taken..

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Kash Patel on Cleaning the Swamp for National Security's Sake

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:20 min | 6 months ago

Kash Patel on Cleaning the Swamp for National Security's Sake

"Big last question, we could discuss this for hours cash. You said in the midterms, God willing if the American people wake up at the state of the economy because people vote their pocketbooks means a trouncing of the Democrats and then the gavels are handed over to people like Jim Jordan and others that we have to get serious because for me, there is really nominal oversight. The idea that a socialist is lecturing this week at national defense university on our dime on how America should be a socialist country means that there's no oversight of anything happening of any worth. If that happens, if we get serious oversight of the America first team, the freedom caucus gets power. What else has to be done as somebody who's been inside the belly of the beast institutionally. If you look at the organogram of the swamp, I don't think the DNI thing worked out. I think Brennan has done some massive internal damage to the CIA with the restructuring and making Intel analysts almost as senior as actual operators. What would a cleaning of the swamp mean if we were serious about doing national security without politics? Yeah, this is a great question. I mean, we could talk about this one for days, but we'd have to shrink the government agencies and remind them what they're lanes are. The CIA is an intelligence collection agency. The Department of Defense is a war fighting machine. The Food and Drug Administration responsible for food and drugs. And people have to stay in their lanes and not collaborate with each other and expand their own footprint so they can get a bigger budget from Congress. The other thing, I think Congress needs to do. And this can happen from just us winning the gavels is, as I learned from the Russia game investigation, finding out the truth is hard enough. You know what's harder said with the media that we have, you know this? Getting it out to the American public. And our Congress when we have the gavels has to go in there and make it easier to declassify information, make it easier to get that information to the American public and into the media. Because that is what constitutional oversight is supposed to be from the members of Congress that they should make it easier for everyday Americans to read it. It should not take two years for us to classify 66 interrogations that I took at house Intel. That should be done overnight. That's just one example. But we can do that in Congress.

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Sara Carter: Media Failed to Investigate the Biggest Political Scandal

The Dan Bongino Show

01:10 min | 6 months ago

Sara Carter: Media Failed to Investigate the Biggest Political Scandal

"Now I'm assuming because I don't know this for a fact I have not been able to verify this 100% That those sources that spoke to me during that time are similar sources that have been talking to John Durham And that they had evidence of that and had collected evidence of that and there was extreme concern during 2017 about that And remember remember this is when admiral Rogers and there was a lot of talk and president Trump came out and said hey I'm being spied on and then just like you just like you said you know the media instead of listening instead of doing its job and investigating especially media with enormous resources like The New York Times like The Washington Post And others Instead of saying man maybe we should look into this They instead took the bait I called them the useful idiot They took the bait that was being fed to them by the Clinton campaign and all of the Clinton supporters within the CIA within the DNI within the FBI and they wrote their stories Instead of investigating probably one of the biggest stories I was considered the biggest story and biggest modern political scandal in U.S. history

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"dni" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

Digiday Podcast

05:05 min | 9 months ago

"dni" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

"Thrilled to have you here because you are in a position that's been a very busy and active position in the past year and a half years. The chief people officer advice, media group, that is a role that has had plenty of work to do since March of 2020 before then as well, but especially since March of 2021. And you joined in May of 2020. So you've been really thrown right into it. One of the reasons that I wanted to have you on the podcast is the DNI dashboard that vice media group has put together. That's something where I remember earlier this year talking to employees in the media industry about their company's DNI efforts and how they felt about them and what a few of them actually said was how they felt like their companies haven't done enough in terms of providing transparency to them. And in those cases, like I mentioned, oh, you mean you want things like vice's DNI dashboard, and they weren't aware of it as I'm on the call with them. They look up the DNI dashboard and they're just like, yeah, that's exactly the kind of thing. So before we even get into how the dashboard came to be, can you just kind of describe what it is for anyone in the who's listening who's not familiar? Sure. The DI dashboard that we created at vice is essentially, I mean, it's the prototypical definition of a dashboard. It lists our strategic pillars and then it distills into three to four, 5, depending on how many projects we are delivering against each of those pillars. So it's essentially meant to create shared understanding across the organization of who we are as a company. It's got an introductory page that walks you through our what most companies would call it the statement for us it really is who we are as a company and why diversity, equity inclusion belonging, why this work is important to what we do and how we do it and most importantly to our people. And then the next set of pages are walking through the priorities that we've set out as an organization, and then after each project, think of it as an asana, if you will, it really is, we built it off of a project management app. Because this was a bit of a prototype that we tested out and became really successful quickly. But think of it as a project management app, whereas you list the project, you list what it's doing. We include links to documents and another data and KPIs and metrics so that you can see how it's progressing. And then there's an owner next to each of the initiatives. So you can clearly if you have a question about any of these, you know, who's responsible, it not only creates transparency around accountability, but it also creates connectivity that can galvanize other employees that are interested in any of those particular projects. Oh, here's the person I should be talking to. And the best part is that while I lead our people, culture and impact team, the owners are not always people culture and impact team members. The owners are also folks from across the business that are helping to contribute to this work. So we're really keen on making sure that this is seen as a shared responsibility and that's something that only HR runs if you will. And this is something that is open to all employees advice media group. Every single employee gets access to it and some.

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"dni" Discussed on OneSix Eight FM - Business Analysis Podcasts

OneSix Eight FM - Business Analysis Podcasts

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"dni" Discussed on OneSix Eight FM - Business Analysis Podcasts

"Day it's the sort of it's another and there's this inconsistency which makes which makes many then doubt, okay, what sort of leader are you? I mean, looking back at your journey bam has they ever been a moment when you've been maybe at the beginning of your leadership journey and you've seen other leaders that actually don't show up. Consistently and maybe how it's also influenced you to do that more consistently because you've seen how it's failed, looking from, I guess, the outside in. And that's a really powerful question. And I will say I haven't had, and I've had some, I will say more peers filled me than leaders. But I have watched people fell others. I have watched them not show up when they said they would tell me one thing and do something different. So the impact on me is that you need to show up. If you said you're going to do this, you got to figure out how to do it. And then if you can't do it, you need to. Set up the framework or set up the stage where by you can go back and say, this is when we'll do it. This is how we're doing. But because there was an interruption there, let me own that disruption and get us back on track. And I won't rest if that doesn't happen. So, but for me, that's really important. I've seen the impact has had on children when people don't do that. I've seen the impact of peers in this DNI space that, you know, the level of being in the NS and not taking each other's strength to move forward. That doesn't all happen here. We have a lot of people in leadership roles that aren't doing the best, the good for others. You know, kind of think about, you know, who didn't show up for me in my life, why my mother and father might not have shown up for me as consistently as they should have my grandmother and grandfather did in a way that gave me a strength that, you know, second to none and why I probably look at things the way I do. I mean, she would always say,.

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Initiative to Use Genetic Data to Prevent Hereditary Cancer

News, Traffic and Weather

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Initiative to Use Genetic Data to Prevent Hereditary Cancer

"History and DNI research to prevent cancer scientists at University of Washington and bring him young university teamed up to make it happen. They sift through family trees and used genealogy to track down people with specific genetic variants, tied hereditary cancer and wants to find relatives. They warn them of cancer's a commonly strike before screenings. Can catch them. In fact, Jill Crandall is one of the researchers and explains. We lost my father a year after we lost my brother. And it's something that I think if we can help prevent other people from having to go through some of these things, then it's worth all the effort. You know If you're interested in learning more

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80 years after Pearl Harbor, veteran's remains identified

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

80 years after Pearl Harbor, veteran's remains identified

"And now a veteran who died during the attacks, has finally had his remains identified. DNI testing has concluded the remains of from William Eugene Blanchard of Idaho, who was 24 years old when he was aboard the warship USS Oklahoma. The ship was struck by multiple torpedoes and capsized. The Department of Defense says almost 400 sailors and Marines from the ship were buried without identification in Honolulu. A new effort to identify them using Didna testing has been successful. Still to come here and w t o p new

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Seattle woman accused of abandoning baby found dead in trash can 23 years ago

News, Traffic and Weather

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle woman accused of abandoning baby found dead in trash can 23 years ago

"Seattle Police say they have arrested a 50 year old woman in the death of her newborn son more than 20 years after the baby was found dead inside a trash can at a gas station in Lake City. Grim discovery was made by staff at a gas station in November of 1997. Please say that again reinvestigating the death in 2018 after information from public genealogy website. Found a woman who had both possible DNI match and fit the description of the woman seen on surveillance video she scheduled to appear in court

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Researchers recover 1-million-year-old mammoth DNA

All Things Considered

02:32 min | 1 year ago

Researchers recover 1-million-year-old mammoth DNA

"You would think after being extinct for thousands of years, mammoths would have no more surprises. Well, the world's oldest DNA's samples say otherwise, to mammoth molars pulled from the permafrost in north eastern Siberia contained didna dating back to more than a million years ago. It's a big leap backwards in time that that's which was Luca Dillon is at the center for Paleo Genetics in Stockholm. And he says this mammoth DNI is twice as old as the previous record holder, which came from an ancient horse Now sequencing million year old knee like this was impossible. Just a few years ago samples that old were just too small to work with. Now researchers can see incredibly small samples, but it's challenging to put them together. Tom Vander Vault also works with the center for Paleo Genetics. Imagine if you're Edna is fragment that into literally millions of tiny pieces. It is a painstaking puzzle. Well, it's not only one parcel, it's actually multiple. Purcell's so imagine. You know, you have one parcel for the malice genome. But then you have another passage for the whole bacterial content of the examples. You have another possible for the human Dina for the paleontologists and us in the lab. Once they had finished sorting out the mammoth bits. The DNI gave the scientists a unique window into mammoth evolution. Delenn says the standard view holds there was only one mammoth species in Siberia a couple million years ago. What we find now is that actually we found two different lineages. We can't really say they're different species, but they're clearly two different genetic types of malice so that that came as a complete surprise to us. The ancient DNI. A also gives clues the origins of the Columbian mammoth, which lived in North and Central America. Here's Tom Vander Volk again Good kind of show that this Colombian moment is a hybrid species between two off the genetic lineages. So one is the new general image that we found in this paper. And the other is the willing mama genetic limits, So to say their work appears today in the journal Nature. Alfred Rocca of the University of Illinois at Urbana Champagne wasn't involved in the work, but wrote on accompanying editorial. It's an absolutely amazing discovery. It takes back field of ancient DNAs to Twice is far in geological time as before, and that genetic puzzling unlocks the possibility. He says that we may soon find more evolutionary play by plays hiding in super

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In a mammoth's molar, scientists get a glimpse of evolution in action

All Things Considered

02:32 min | 1 year ago

In a mammoth's molar, scientists get a glimpse of evolution in action

"Would have no more surprises. Well, the world's oldest DNA's samples say otherwise, to mammoth molars pulled from the permafrost in north eastern Siberia contained didna dating back to more than a million years ago. It's a big leap backwards in time that that's which was Luca Dillon is at the center for Paleo Genetics in Stockholm. And he says this mammoth DNI is twice as old as the previous record holder, which came from an ancient horse now sequencing million year old knee like this was impossible just a few years ago samples that old were just too small to work with. Now, researchers can see incredibly small samples, but it's challenging to put them together. Tom Vander Vault also works with the center for Paleo Genetics. Imagine if you're Edna is fragment that into literally millions of tiny pieces. It is a painstaking puzzle. It's not only one parcel, it's actually multiple parcels. So imagine you know you have one parcel for the malice genome. But then you have another parcel for the whole bacterial content of the examples. You have another possible for the human Dina for the paleontologists and us in the lab. Once they had finished sorting out the mammoth bits. The DNI gave the scientists a unique window into mammoth evolution. Delenn says the standard view holds there was only one mammoth species in Siberia a couple million years ago. What we find now is that actually we found two different lineages. We can't really say there are different species, but they're clearly two different genetic types of malice so that that came as a complete surprise to us. The ancient DNI. A also gives clues the origins of the Columbian mammoth, which lived in North and Central America. Here's Tom Vander Volk again Good kind of show that this Columbia moment is a hybrid species between two off the genetic lineages. So one is the new general image that we found in this paper. And the other is the Willie Mama genetic limit, So to say their work appears today in the journal Nature. Alfred Rocca of the University of Illinois at Havana. Champagne wasn't involved in the work, but wrote on accompanying editorial. It's an absolutely amazing discovery. It takes back the field of ancient DNA's a Twice a Zafar in geological time as before, and that genetic puzzling unlocks the possibility. He says that we may soon find more evolutionary play by plays hiding in super Old DKNY.

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Government rushes virus gene-mapping as mutations spread

Anna Davlantes

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Government rushes virus gene-mapping as mutations spread

"Scrambling to expand DNI mapping of Corona virus samples. Taken from patients to identify potentially deadlier mutations that are starting to spread around the country. The White House today announced a bigger push by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and by U S. Army Bio Defense Institute. CDC wants to Triple the number of test It's now doing bringing them to about 25,000 each week.

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"dni" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"dni" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Touch the key at all. So how did right know that Avery held it for about 12 minutes, so we can measure how much DNI we got from the same kind of key. Held for what we'd imagine is the same amount of time. Oh, that's it. He simply imagined that that was the amount of time that Avery held the key. And were the conditions in prison, the same as in the scrapyard when Avery held the key the last time Of course not. There are a multitude of environmental factors that determine how much DNA's if any, is left on a given surface. And Dr Reich doesn't bother to account for them. Could you improve the item of evidence? By rubbing it on a mouth swab on a vehicle swab. It was a toothbrush. And the answer is those would be great sources of DNI to you would get lots of DNI transferred simply and rapidly by rubbing an item of evidence. Against either one of them. This claim is never proven. And besides, it wasn't saliva Edna that was found on the key. It was touched DNI and the idea that there was just too much of it for it to be the result of Avery's touches Simply ludicrous. The range of touch DNAs that experts generally expect to find on an object is between zero and 150 nanograms. Investigators found 5.1 nanograms of Avery's Edna on the key. It not even close to too much DNAs to a 2012 article in Forensic magazine used various studies to provide examples of how much DNAs might be expected to be found on a given object. In one study. Ah mug held for 15 minutes produced 6.8 nanograms of DNI. Using Dr Reichs wild guess that Avery held hall Box key for 12 minutes. It is perfectly reasonable that he left 5.1 nanograms of Edna on that key. And as for the suggestion that it's suspicious that on Lee Avery's DNO was found on the key, Zellner herself disproved that with an experiment she did on the hood latch in making a murderer. Second Episode three volunteers each do it Five times We have 15 trials, and I sampled the latch each time. E only got.

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"dni" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"dni" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Avery held it for about 12 minutes so we can measure how much DNI we got from the same kind of key held for what we'd imagine is the same amount of time. That's it. He simply imagined that that was the amount of time that Avery held the key. And we're the conditions in prison, the same as in the scrapyard when Avery held the key the last time, of course not. There are a multitude of environmental factors that determine how much DNA's if any, is left on a given surface. And Dr Reich doesn't bother to account for them. Could you improve the item of evidence? By rubbing it on a mouth swab on a bugle swab. There was a toothbrush. The answer is those would be great sources of Vienna, you would get lots of DNA's transferred simply and rapidly by rubbing an item of evidence. Against either one of those This claim is never proven. And besides, it wasn't saliva Edna that was found on the key. It was touched DNI and the idea that there was just too much of it for it to be the result of Avery's touches Simply ludicrous. The range of touch DNAs that experts generally expect to find on an object is between zero and 150 nanograms. Investigators found 5.1 nanograms of Avery's Edna on the key. It not even close to too much DNAs to a 2012 article in Forensic magazine used various studies to provide examples of how much DNAs might be expected to be found on a given object. In one study. Ah mug held for 15 minutes produced 6.8 nanograms of DNI. Using Dr Reichs wild guess that Avery held hall Box key for 12 minutes. It is perfectly reasonable that he left 5.1 nanograms of Edna on that key. And as for the suggestion that it's suspicious that on Lee Avery's DNO was found on the key, Zellner herself disproved that with an experiment she did on the hood latch in making a murderer's second episode three volunteers each do it Five times We have 15 trials, and I sampled the latch each time..

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"dni" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"dni" Discussed on 710 WOR

"To me early thirties I can't beat that is a woman going from 50 to 30, and that's that's fantastic. So, yeah, I mean, these people are getting these results, No shots without hormones without surgery. People aren't hungry on our hormone healing, low calorie diet because we're rerouting with the body's using for fuel, so people are gonna be burning at least 2 to 3000 calories. Of their own fact say, you can eat Ah hormone healing low calorie diet. Not be hungry because your body's rerouting all that fat for fuel on the way we're able to do that is we personalize supplements based on hair, saliva, didna blood work to personalize using bio energetic scans. To personalize natural solutions and natural supplements to each individual that we use the didna in order to going forward, Then in order to, uh, figure out the ideal diet type exercise regiment, So you know how to exercise. I mean, granted, all exercise is good, but If you've got an hour a day to exercise, you don't wanna be doing the wrong thing. That's not that's not perfectly ideal for you. So we're gonna be able to see from the DNI testing. If your body is if you're better off genetically Azaz doing endurance or weights or or aerobic right, so and how How that exercise is going to play with diabetes with sugar with with cholesterol with blood pressure, even weight loss, right how that's gonna work out with that s O. You know that's going to give you those tools going forward, not only to keep weight off, but also how to stay stays healthiest possible. Aziz. Well, you know, I'm going forward. We give you 10 different ways to eat. If your weight even comes up, people say what's the long term success of the program was tremendous because Even if you're you should once you weigh yourself Even if you're up to £3, we're going to give you 10 different tools to eat that day to drop the weight back down, so you should never be above £23 Over your day. 40 or day, six year end of program. Wait, whichever it is, right? So, you know, T schedule appointment to get these types.

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Biden DNI pick says no room for politics in intel agencies

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Biden DNI pick says no room for politics in intel agencies

"A day before he takes office president elect Biden speaks for key national security spots are having confirmation hearings the past four years there's been repeated pressure on officials to shape intelligence to the president's lighting on her watch leading the intelligence community Averell Haynes says that would end when it comes to intelligence there is simply no place for politics ever he is expected to be confirmed as the nation's first female intelligence chief later today Biden speaks to head the state and defense departments will have their hearings including recently retired general Lloyd Austin who would beat a waiver to lead the Pentagon since he's only been out of uniform for years defense secretaries are typically confirmed by inauguration day the last time a new president did not have his pick in place then the first President Bush thirty two years ago Sager mag ani Washington

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"dni" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"dni" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"So we can measure how much DNI we got from the same kind of key. Held for what we'd imagine is the same amount of time. Oh, that's it. He simply imagined that that was the amount of time that Avery held the key. And were the conditions in prison, the same as in the scrapyard. When Avery held the key the last time, of course not. There are a multitude of environmental factors that determine how much DNA's if any, is left on a given surface. And Dr Reich doesn't father to account for them. Could you improve the item of evidence? By rubbing it on a mouth swab on a vehicle swab. Or the toothbrush And the answer is those would be great sources of Vienna, you would get lots of DNA's transferred simply and rapidly by rubbing an item of evidence. Against either one of those This claim is never proven. And besides, it wasn't saliva Edna that was found on the key. It was touched DNI and the idea that there was just too much of it for it to be the result of Avery's touches Simply ludicrous. The range of touch DNAs that experts generally expect to find on an object is between zero and 150 nanograms. Investigators found 5.1 nanograms of Avery's Edna on the key. It not even close to too much DNAs to a 2012 article in Forensic magazine used various studies to provide examples of how much DNAs might be expected to be found on a given object. In one study, a mug held for 15 minutes produced 6.8 nanograms of DNI. Using Dr Reichs wild guess that Avery held hall Box key for 12 minutes. It is perfectly reasonable that he left 5.1 nanograms of Edna on that key. And as for the suggestion that it's suspicious that on Lee Avery's DNO was found on the key, Zellner herself disproved that with an experiment she did on the hood latch in making a murderer. Second Episode three volunteers each do it five times We had 15 trials, and I sampled the latch each time. E only got a detectable signal from four of those 15. This experiment establishes that not every touch leaves a didna trace and DNI isn't always found even on items that had been touched even moments earlier, meaning that it's entirely possible that even though Hall Bach had touched her key, there would be no traces of her Edna on it, and that investigators would instead find the DNI a of the person Would handle the key most recently. Steven Avery. Good morning to you, Rachel. Yes, we are here outside the federal courthouse in downtown Chicago, where the U. S Court of Appeals will hear the case of Brendan Dass sie. The big question is Will diocese conviction remains overturned as making a murderer's focus turns to Orel arguments in the Dass sie case, the show achieves one of its most ironic moments, if not its most ironic moment. Discover something new. The I Heart Podcast channel. I heard radio. Welcome to brain stuff from Howstuffworks. Hey, Brain stuff. Lauren Vogel Bomb here. Germany is known for several awesome things, including beer brats. And, of course, the Autobahn bum. This autobahn, as it's known in Germany is really just a federal highway system there, but two visitors the allure of the autobahn is the speed limit.

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"dni" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"dni" Discussed on 710 WOR

"She is back to feeling like she said. To me early thirties I can't beat that is a woman going from 50 to 30, and that's that's fantastic. So, yeah, I mean, these people are getting these results don't shots without hormones without surgery. People aren't hungry on our hormone healing, low calorie diet because we're rerouting with the body's using for fuel, so people are gonna be burning at least 2 to 3000 calories. Of their own fact say, you can eat Ah hormone healing low calorie diet. Not be hungry because your body's rerouting all that fat for fuel on the way we're able to do that is we personalize supplements based on hair, saliva, didna blood work to personalize using bio energetic scans. To personalize natural solutions and natural supplements to each individual that we use the didna in order to going forward, Then in order to, uh, figure out the ideal diet type exercise regiment, So you know how to exercise. I mean, granted, all exercise is good, but If you've got an hour a day to exercise, you won't be doing the wrong thing. That's not that's not perfectly ideal for you. So we're gonna be able to see from the DNI testing if your body's if you're better off genetically Azaz doing endurance or weights, or or aerobic, right, so and how How that exercise is going to play with diabetes with sugar with with cholesterol with blood pressure, even weight loss, right how that's gonna work out with that s O. You know that's going to give you those tools going forward, not only to keep weight off, but also how to stay stays healthiest possible. Aziz. Well, you know, and going forward. We give you 10 different ways to eat if your weight even comes up. People say What's the long term success of the program is tremendous, because even if you're you should once you weigh yourself, even if you're up to £3, we're going to give you 10 different tools to eat that day..

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"dni" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"dni" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Investigators using DNI A and other evidence to link the man ideas Anthony Warner to the mysterious explosion. They said they haven't determined a motive yet, though. Officials have received hundreds of tips and leads but have concluded nobody other than Warner was thought to have been involved in the early morning explosion that damaged the dozens of buildings and injured three people. Officials say it is amazing Nobody was killed as officers is spring in the action. We feel Nashville is safe. There are no known threats against the city at this time. But that's not what I wanted to talk about. Today. I want to talk about our men and women. About police department who do heroic efforts every day. But on this particular incident, officers responded to a shots fired, call and annoying anything else at the time. They began hearing announcements that something was about to detonate coming from an RV. Immediately. They didn't think about their own lives. They didn't think about protecting themselves. They thought about the citizens of Nashville and protecting them. They went about knocking on doors and had they not done. They had not made the efforts we'd be talking about the tragedy of people and lives lost. So with that said, I'd like to turn it over to our heroes. They may not think that heroes because they go about this job each and every day, But they are our heroes, and they had a really heroic effort that this morning that morning. Yeah, they are heroes. The officer.

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"dni" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"dni" Discussed on KCRW

"NPR Happy holidays. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone. The investigation into the massive explosion in Nashville on Christmas morning is gaining momentum. Police have identified 63 year old Anthony Warner as the focus of the investigation as NPR's John Burnett reports a source in the City administration familiar with the investigation. Says federal investigators now suspect the bombing was a suicide. Investigators are working with the assumption that an individual parked at RV in the entertainment district before dawn on Christmas and detonated explosive material that blew himself up along with the vehicle. The blast heavily damaged buildings along Second Avenue, including a major, a TNT data center that knocked out telecommunications for hundreds of miles. A city official tells NPR that forensic investigators are now trying to match DNA's from human remains found at the blast site. DNI collected from Anthony Warner's House International suburb. Google Street View shows that a similar RV had been parked at that house until recently. John Burnett. NPR NEWS Nashville Authorities in New York are probing whether a health care provider violated state guidelines in the distribution of covert 19 vaccines. MPR's Joel Rose reports. Authorities are investigating the park Hair Community health network. In a flyer posted on Twitter. Parker promised to make vaccine doses available on a first come first served basis to the elderly or people deemed to be high risk. That would contradict New York State's plan to administer the vaccine first to front line health care workers as well as current nursing home residents and staffers. The state health commissioner says the company may have fraudulently obtained the doses of the covert 19 vaccine that it offered to the general public. Our care, has four locations in Brooklyn, one in Manhattan and one in the Hudson Valley and largely serves Orthodox Jewish communities. In a statement, Park here says it will cooperate with the investigation and that it only gave vaccinations to those qualified to receive it. All Rose. NPR NEWS Italy, The first European country hit by the Corona virus pandemic, has joined its European Union partners in the V Day vaccination campaign. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports the first to receive the Fizer by on tech vaccine Our health care workers and nursing home residents. Three health workers at a Roman hospital were inoculated early Sunday morning. Nurse Cloudy all very neat told the state run TV network. It's the beginning of the end that I hope to be the first of over 60 million Italians, the Health Ministry said. Just under 10,000 doses arrived in Italy Saturday and close to 500,000 are expected next week. Vaccine will be distributed to healthcare facilities across the country by military convoy. Throughout the country. Vaccination centers will be set up in temporary solar powered pavilions. They're designed to look like five petal prim rose flowers, a symbol of spring, Italy has.

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"dni" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"dni" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Some of them are 10 bucks. Some of them are more than $100. But they do have a little store on Amazon, which is kind of a hidden little secret. That shows you what eligible for that, and I saw two pillows and mattresses. I mean, Again. You know the tide to health to you directly or indirectly, depending on your needs. Yes. If they're for allergy prevention, right, So our D A is like pillows or mattresses or even vacuum cleaners like if you have really bad allergies again, though, you're probably gonna need a statement from your health care provider. But if you have that allergies and you need something like this, this could be this could be qualified for at estate money. What else stood out here? Massage devices. I mean, like we want sitting in our uncomfortable desk chairs at home right again. You're gonna need a doctor's note to use it for that. But if you have you if you have really bad issues where you're in pain, the doctor may write you a note for that. And you could use F s a funds. Um, and family planning to write pregnancy, fertility kids. If you're planning to start a family, um prenatal vitamins could be covered that there's some interesting things and then sunscreen. This is what you know. Let's say or you're down to your last. You know, $25. I'll get some something for the summer, right? That one you can use ever save money for well. Ancestry and DNI kits. Yeah, again. It depends on if the doctor's like, Oh, you need this. What was? This is one of the basically the scope of your of your health. What services their desired It's a little more complicated than that. But yes. Sometimes those can qualify, even the sum of the teeth straightening stuff to which I didn't realize. Yeah, Yeah, no there, by the way, there's Invisalign Smile. Direct club, right. Those are both qualify. Um, and a lot of them have at home kids where you can pop in a mold of your teeth and get kids that way. So if you don't want to go into the into the doctor for that you could do it that way. Makes Katie Katie Hill, executive editor at Milly, Coming up next where you need to stop wasting time..

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"dni" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"dni" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"On your needs. Yes. If they're for allergy prevention, right, So allergy is like pillows or mattresses or even vacuum cleaners. Like if you have really bad allergies again, though, you're probably gonna need a statement from your health care provider. But if you have that allergies and you need something like this, this could be this could be qualified for at estate money. What else stood out here? Massage devices. I mean, like we want sitting in our uncomfortable desk chairs at home right again. You're gonna need a doctor's note to use it for that. But if you have, if you have really bad issues where you're in pain, the doctor may write you a note for that. And you could use F s a funds. On do family planning to write pregnancy, fertility kids. If you're planning to start a family, prenatal vitamins could be covered that there's some interesting things and then sunscreen. This is what you know. Let's say you're you're down to your last. You know, $25. I'll get some sunscreen for the summer, right? That one you can use ever save money for well. Ancestry and DNI kits. Yeah, again. It depends on if the doctor's like, Oh, you need this. What was? This is one of the basically the scope of your of your health. What services their desired It's a little more complicated than that. But yes. Sometimes those can qualify, even the sum of the teeth straightening stuff to which I didn't realize. Yeah, Yeah, no there, by the way, there's Invisalign Smile Direct club, right. Those were both qualify. Um, and a lot of them have at home kids where you can pop in a mold of your teeth and get tips that way. So if you don't want to go into the into the doctor for that you could do it that way. These Katy Katy Hill, executive editor at Milly, Coming up next where you need to stop wasting time..

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"dni" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"dni" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Recover so much less? Maybe we weren't as efficient. Or maybe the key had some other history than simply being held by Mr Avery. By Dr Wright's own admission, the experiment's results could have been from his own testing being less efficient than the Wisconsin crime labs. But the real problem lies in its central conclusion. That Avery touched the key for exactly 12 minutes. How does anyone know that Avery couldn't have told them Because, remember, he wasn't the real killer and therefore didn't touch the key at all. So how did right know that Avery held it for about 12 minutes so we can measure how much DNI we got from the same kind of key. Held for what we'd imagine is the same amount of time. Oh, that's it. He simply imagined that that was the amount of time that Avery held the key. And were the conditions in prison, the same as in the scrapyard. When Avery held the key the last time, of course not. There are a multitude of environmental factors that determine how much DNA's if any, is left on a given surface. And Dr Reich doesn't bother to account for them. Could you improve the item of evidence? By rubbing it on a mouth swab on a vehicle swab. With a toothbrush. And the answer is those would be great sources of DNA. You would get lots of DNA's transferred simply and rapidly by rubbing an item of evidence. Against either one of those This claim is never proven. And besides, it wasn't saliva Edna that was found on the key. It was touched DNI and the idea that there was just too much of it for it to be the result of Avery's touches Simply ludicrous. The range of touch DNAs that experts generally expect to find on an object is between zero and 150 nanograms. Investigators found 5.1 nanograms of Avery's Edna on the key. It not even close to too much DNAs to a 2012 article in Forensic magazine used various studies to provide examples of how much DNAs might be expected to be found on a given object. In one study. Ah mug held for 15 minutes produced 6.8 nanograms of DNI. Using Dr Reichs wild guess that Avery held hall Box key for 12 minutes. It is perfectly reasonable that he left 5.1 nanograms of Edna on that key. And as for the suggestion that it's suspicious that on Lee Avery's DNO was found on the key, Zellner herself disproved that with an experiment she did on the hood latch in making a murderer's second episode three volunteers each do it Five times.

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Mark Zuckerberg interviews Dr. Anthony Fauci on Facebook

News, Traffic and Weather

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Mark Zuckerberg interviews Dr. Anthony Fauci on Facebook

"It wasn't the Centers for Disease Control, hosting a covert 19 update with one of the country's top doctors. It was Facebook. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg hosted live interview with Dr Anthony Fauci. Calls our current situation with the virus. Precarious infection in the community level now is driven by people who are without symptoms because about 40 to 45% of the people who were infected have no symptoms. How she says he's one of vaccines made available to the public he likely around next April or May. The challenge will be convincing people to get it. Also put to rest fears that taking a vaccine could change a person's DNI. He says it would

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"dni" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"dni" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Can measure how much DNI we got from the same kind of key held for what we'd imagine is the same amount of time. Oh, That's it. He simply imagined that that was the amount of time that Avery held the key and were the conditions in prison, the same as in the scrapyard when Avery held the key the last time Of course not. There are a multitude of environmental factors that determine how much DNA's if any, is left on a given surface. And Dr Reich doesn't bother to account for them. Could you improve the item of evidence? By rubbing it on a mouth swab on a vehicle swab. It was a toothbrush. And the answer is those would be great sources of DNA. You would get lots of DNI transferred simply and rapidly by rubbing an item of evidence. Against either one of those This claim is never proven. And besides, it wasn't saliva Edna that was found on the key. It was touched DNI and the idea that there was just too much of it for it to be the result of Avery's touches Simply ludicrous. The range of touch DNAs that experts generally expect to find on an object is between zero and 150 nanograms. Investigators found 5.1 nanograms of Avery's Edna on the key. It not even close to too much DNAs to a 2012 article in Forensic magazine used various studies to provide examples of how much DNAs might be expected to be found on a given object. In one study. Ah mug held for 15 minutes produced 6.8 nanograms of DNI. Using Dr Reichs wild guess that Avery held hall Box key for 12 minutes. It is perfectly reasonable that he left 5.1 nanograms of Edna on that key. And as for the suggestion that it's suspicious that on Lee Avery's DNO was found on the key, Zellner herself disproved that with an experiment she did on the hood latch in making a murderer. Second Episode three volunteers each do it Five times We have 15 trials, and I sampled the latch each time. I only got a detectable signal from four of those 15. This experiment establishes that not every touch leaves a didna trace and DNI isn't always found even on items that had been touched even moments earlier, meaning that it's entirely possible that even though Hall Bach had touched her key, there would be no traces of her Edna on it, and that investigators would instead find the DNI a of the person It handled the key most recently. Steven Avery. Good morning to you, Rachel. Yes, we're here outside the federal courthouse in downtown Chicago, where the U. S Court of Appeals will hear the case of Brendan Dass sie. The big question is Will diocese conviction remains overturned as making a murderer's focus turns to Orel arguments in the Dass sie case, the show achieves one of its most ironic moments, if not its most ironic moment. Keep listening. You can hear the rest of this podcast all of its episodes and discovered thousands of others. All available to you for free right now by downloading the I heart radio app number one for podcasts. Ofit. 19 cases are rising in Virginia. So the Virginia Department of Health asks you to wear a mask and stay 6 ft. Away from others. If you've always worn a mask, thank you. If you haven't learned more at VD h dot Virginia dot gov Imagine if you could dry de tangle style and volume eyes, your hair all in one step Well, it's.

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"dni" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"dni" Discussed on 790 KABC

"It is animal radio celebrating the connection with our pets, and we are with Dr Sarah Dunham Cheatham. She is a postdoctoral scholar. Her and she has a background in soil science and geochemistry. And in her latest projects, he sampled 100 Pet Foods off the shelves. Thies of the foods you and I buy, and she found out 16 of those samples contained a mercury concentrations well above the maximum tolerable limit. Imagine feeding your cat that food every day. Twice a day. You found out some more stuff to duck and potato. There's a particular touch and potato food didn't have Ducker potato in it. And if not, what did it happen there? S so there's actually two components of our current research project. Someone is looking at total mercury and methyl mercury, which is an organic form. Um, agree this extremely toxic for all forms of life. The second portion is also looking at the DNI composition of food, so we've kind of done a very quick preliminary test of a couple different peppers just to see if it was worthwhile. To pursue this project, but basically we tested a duck in potato dog food on we found that there was stuck in the food, but that was not a concern. But we also found that they were sheep in the food and there was no sheep on the label. Um, but we do know that some of these manufacturers are using products that are not identified on the package Ingredient list. Which for animals that maybe have allergies, their sensitivities with certain products becomes a concern for their health. Mr Work. Also looking at the D n a composition of the food that will be analyzing for mercury, um, to see if Ingredients are accurate or not. Doesn't do much good to read the label, then right that they read with suspicion. E think of people that you know, have allergies to different food products have several employees that are allergic to peanuts or shellfish. And you know, if we really look at animals health in the same way, we really ought to have some some significant standards to say what is in there is actually in there, so I think this is your research is is really important. To call this out and say what is really in there? And if it's not what they're saying, then get the damn sheep out of my duck food, E. I don't want to pay for Doug. What? I'm getting cheap either. E to appreciate your research Who pays for? It s so right now we are crowdfunding our project so we don't want any money from pet food manufacturers or big donors. We want tattooed owners to completely support us on this and be part of our investigation and the actions that will come out of it. So we're hoping for $25,000 and that.

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Lincoln To Relaunch The Nautilus

Bloomberg Markets

04:30 min | 1 year ago

Lincoln To Relaunch The Nautilus

"Really a devastating second quarter. Lincoln is a particularly bright spot for Ford and to pursue that bright spot it is introducing a new version of its midsize luxury SUV. The Nautilus, which Lincoln President joyful, Ayako explained to us. We're really excited about this new vehicle because you're going to see that it has some refinements on our exterior. And then we just have a lot of dramatic changes on the interior. We will be debuting our sink 4.2 system on the inside. It's got an all new 13.2 inch screen and just lots of intuitive technology really kind of bringing it up to the quiet flight DNI that we have in our aviator course. Aaron Navigator. So, as I know, when you change these models, it's in response to the demand that you're saying give us a sense of how this fits into the SUV market overall, as well as into Ford's plans for SUVs. Yeah, sure. So this is at the heart of the premium market. It's the medium premium utility. It makes up over 34% of the industry. So very important segment. We're not Alice place and we're seeing pretty good demand this year, especially on our SUVs were actually up 8/10 on share this year at Lincoln, and we had our best October in 34 years globally, and it really was on the back of our SUV lineup. It's interesting when you talk about market share that perhaps answers my question about how much of your dramatic growth in the second half of this year has been a bounced back from what happened last spring. Because I was the economy was taken almost to a standstill. How much is a bounce back? How much it is organic growth going forward? Yeah, So certainly the volume will was a bounce back in demand that we saw in the second half of the year. But the share growth is a year over year number, So it's really a testament to our clients and their receptivity to our new SUV lineup. How was Endemic, affected Lincoln as a practical matter and both of the demand side but also on the production side as we're going to a winner that the president elect Biden has said, is going to be a dark winter because of coronavirus. How is it affecting your business? Well, obviously, as I mentioned we're up here today We are cautiously optimistic as we look forward and you know the health and safety of our employees are dealers and our clients are paramount. And so we have, you know, brought forward a lot of protocols that we used earlier in the year to ensure the safe. Do with the PPE equipment and will continue to do that and be very vigilant on that. And then for Lincoln, even pre Cupid with our effortless experiences, you know, we have optionality for our customers to have pick up a delivery for service. We have wrote Moz sales delivery, and we even have what we call Lincoln Showcase where a client can actually virtually view our products so well. The safety of our clients are really important. This new novel says I understand it is debuting in China at the same time gives a sense of how you doing China huge market that has been growing. It had some difficult boys. I think it's coming back some for autos. That's correct. They've been really resilient and had a really nice bounce back. Bounce back this year and premium is has been a real bright spot if you will. And as you just mentioned we debuted the novelists there yesterday really pleased with receptivity, and we also have the opportunity to receive the SUV of the year for our new aviator that we localized earlier this year, so really strong performance in China, and we've actually had five consecutive record months. They're so really pleased with the China team and Mormons as you bring out this new Nautilus, How are you gonna judge success? What? Your bars. What your goals. Well, we're expecting to see sales growth with our new interior and matching the lineup And so that's really important for us. It makes up 25% of us are sales so very, very important vehicle for us, so we'll continue toe monitor the receptivity to the vehicle based on our sales. There's a lot of talk these days about electric vehicles, including a Ford. You have a lot of initiatives and electric vehicles give us a sense when it comes to SUVs and Lincoln. What your plans are for electric vehicles. Yeah, You're right. David Electric ation is very important to Ford. We've committed over $11.5 billion in investments in electrification and for Lincoln. We've already started that journey. We actually began last year with the launch of our Aviator Grand Turing plug in hybrid vehicle and we will be launching in 2021 or a Corsair plug in hybrid vehicle as well And we're really excited that right now we have under developed a fully battery electric vehicle. It'll be coming out in the future. That was part of my

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DNI Ratcliffe: Hunter Biden Emails, Laptop ‘Not Part of Some Russian Disinformation Campaign’

Rush Limbaugh

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

DNI Ratcliffe: Hunter Biden Emails, Laptop ‘Not Part of Some Russian Disinformation Campaign’

"Rector of National Intelligence, John Ratcliffe says the report's on emails obtained from Hunter Biden's laptop are not part of a Russian disinformation campaign as some Democrats claim. Radcliffe spoke with Fox Business Network today, in this case with regard to Hunter Biden's laptop being part of a Russian disinformation campaign and the intelligence community believing that are assessing that Is simply not true. Radcliffe suggested. House Intelligence Committee chair Adam Schiff is politicizing intelligence by claiming the emails or part of a Russian campaign

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DNI declassifies Brennan notes, CIA memo on Hillary Clinton

Todd Schnitt

01:28 min | 2 years ago

DNI declassifies Brennan notes, CIA memo on Hillary Clinton

"Of National Intelligence. John Radcliffe. Declassified documents it reveals the former CIA director John Brennan, brief the former president Barack Obama on Hillary's purported plan to tie Candidate Donald Trump to Russia as a means of distracting the public from her use of a private email server. In other words, CIA picked up intelligence on all of this. Now, Brennan's hand written notes have been declassified, and he even felt it was so important. He briefed Obama on it, and ah anyway that was now sent to the House and Senate intelligence committees. Sources familiar with the documents explain that Brennan's hand written notes were taken after briefing Obama on the matter. In other words, that Hillary set the whole thing up as a means of vilifying Donald Trump to distract from her. Email scandal and that is the subpoenaed emails She deleted and the bleach bit than the hammers. I told you, we should always have gotten on the bottom of that. And that apparently, our intelligence officials were able to pick up intelligence. Other words, probably some eavesdropping or source. Of Hillary approving a plan to actually make up a false narrative about Donald Trump. Being in collusion with Russia to the whole thing was made up. And that referral was sent to Comey and to Peter struggle, all people they knew the whole time They knew the whole time.

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Democrats chafe against DNI, urge in-person intel briefings

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Democrats chafe against DNI, urge in-person intel briefings

"Top Democrats say they may subpoena intelligence officials to testify on election security after the director of national intelligence stopped in person briefings senator Amy Klobuchar's says she's outraged at intelligence director John reckless decision over what he calls leaks I think the house is going to have to subpoena the director of intelligence in order to get information which is crazy she also tells ABC's this week monitoring foreign interference should be paramount president trump was asked about it Saturday at a hurricane briefing in Texas and said Radcliffe is right you have leaders on the committee obviously liquors that are doing bad things probably not even legal to link trump did not offer details Radcliffe said lawmakers will get written updates I'm Julie Walker

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Democrats chafe against DNI, urge in-person intel briefings

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Democrats chafe against DNI, urge in-person intel briefings

"Top Democrats say they may subpoena intelligence officials to testify on election security after the director of national intelligence stopped in person briefings senator Amy Klobuchar's says she's outraged at intelligence director John reckless decision over what he calls leaks I think the house is going to have to subpoena the director of intelligence in order to get information which is crazy she also tells ABC's this week monitoring foreign interference should be paramount president trump was asked about it Saturday at a hurricane briefing in Texas and said Radcliffe is right you have leaders on the committee obviously liquors that are doing bad things probably not even legal to link trump did not offer details Radcliffe said lawmakers will get written updates I'm Julie Walker

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Richard Grenell is a disastrous DNI choice

The Lead with Jake Tapper

03:16 min | 2 years ago

Richard Grenell is a disastrous DNI choice

"President trump has long been accused of priding loyalty to him above all other qualities. Way above experience way above independence. His critics such as house speaker. Nancy Pelosi today are arguing that the appointment of Richard Grenell to be the acting director of national intelligence is just the latest case in point. Grenell the current. Us Ambassador to Germany is hardly known for his intelligence expertise. He is primarily known and beloved by conservatives for his outspoken defense advocacy of the president and his policies as C. N. N.'s. Alex Marquardt reports. Grenell also has a long history of rhetorical knife fighting as a fierce even vicious partisan the director of national intelligence is a job that by definition demands experience requires objective presentation of intelligence and a non political approach in Rick Grenell. The president has chosen. The direct opposite are found. The position of director. Nash intelligence a very tough. And so I I can't imagine The challenge that somebody has in that position learning. Abc's of intelligence on the job. American critics like Democratic Senator Ron Wyden on the Senate intelligence committee blasting the choice today as proof that president trump values unquestioning obedience over the safety of the American people. That sentiment echoed by House Speaker. Nancy Pelosi today. Who said Grenell's sole qualification is his absolute loyalty to the President Senior. Republicans though are silent over making Grenell. The acting director which by law is someone who shall have extensive national security expertise. Grenell has no intelligence or military experience. He's the current ambassador to Germany. A loyal attack dog for president trump. Who has a history of vulgar sexist now deleted tweets about women including former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and former first lady? Michelle Obama saying Michelle. Obama is working out on the biggest loser. She is sweating on the East Room's carpet. There are times where what was intended to be. Humorous turned out to be not so humorous. While many trump allies want to see the president tweet less Grenell supports. It makes my job so much easier. I like having a president who's willing to be very tough. Grenell replaces acting Director Joseph. Maguire a retired admiral and former navy seal who has been leaving the intelligence communities seventeen different organizations since last August McGuire had stayed under the president's radar rarely speaking in public. But he did voice his support for the whistle blower who sparked the investigation that led to the impeachment of president trump. I want to stress that I believe that the whistle blower and the inspector general have acted in good faith throughout so jake. This now means that yet another player in this Ukraine investigation. Joseph Maguire is being pushed out the news coming the same day that a top Pentagon official John Rude who is also involved was asked to resign truth tellers and non loyalists clearly not valued by the trump administration. Meanwhile Rick Grenell tweeted today that this is a temporary appointment and that the president will nominate someone else to be Director of National Intelligence. Soon

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Joseph Maguire, Acting DNI, Faced Congress after whistleblower report

All Things Considered

11:08 min | 2 years ago

Joseph Maguire, Acting DNI, Faced Congress after whistleblower report

"Yuvan of it to Benjamin Sunland if you the people who become household names of the impeachment drama has played out with the house vote now behind us we wanted to catch up with another central character from the very beginning a man who occupies at least for the moment one of the most critical perches in the US government our story begins late on Friday the thirteenth of September which is when Adam Schiff chairman of the house intelligence committee released a cryptic letter we're gonna let our co host Mary Louise Kelley pick it up from here the letter runs four pages on official stationery the big CEO of the intelligence committee on top it is signed sincerely Adam B. Schiff it is addressed to this guy now here I am sitting before you as the acting director of national intelligence Joseph Maguire that's him testifying before Congress end of September he had received chefs letter which contained very few details but which marked the first public mention of the whistle blower complaint the letter accused McGuire of improperly withholding that complaint from Congress and subpoenaed him to testify now we heard McGuire say there he's the acting director of national intelligence and talk about timing threat to acquire what was your first day on the job my first day on the job was Friday the sixteenth of August and I think I set a new record in the administration for the anticipated before yeah yeah yeah that you had a heck of a first week didn't have much going for the Sir the questions there from New York Democrat Sean Patrick Maloney driving home the point that McGwire took over the job of running U. S. intelligence just four days after the whistle blower a US intelligence official filed the complaint McGuire suggested this was not the way he did version the job going either way Sir if I may my life would have been a heck of a lot simpler without becoming the most famous man in the United don't have settled debatable whether Joseph acquire was then or now the most famous man in the United States but if it felt that way it speaks to the extraordinarily awkward position the acting di and I found himself in caught between a White House looking for loyalty and lawmakers looking for answers since his appearance before the house intelligence committee McGuire has kept an exceedingly low profile no interviews we asked for one we're gonna spend these next minutes looking closely at the DNR job whether it matters that we are now past four months and counting with an acting director at the home the longest period without a Senate confirmed permanent leader of US intelligence since the job was created fifteen years ago today I'm asking Congress to create the position of the national intelligence director George W. bush in the White House rose garden two thousand four over in Congress they were listening we were breaking for the August recess and not I decided to call our committee back into session and we began the hearings Republicans Susan Collins of Maine she chaired the Senate governmental affairs committee I felt a sense of urgency because this was already two thousand for the terrorists attacks had happened on nine eleven two thousand one and the nine eleven commission had just released its final report it zoomed in on a failure to connect the dots that the CIA the FBI and others weren't sharing what they knew the report had ideas for how to prevent anything like nine eleven from ever happening again the central crowning recommendation a new position someone who could force intelligence agencies to talk to each other so Collins and Joe Lieberman then the committee's top Democrat got to work I remember you couldn't figure out what you were going to call this position to start with it was the need for a little while I was going to say and for awhile it was the Ned and I remember Joe Lieberman saying we can't call it the no that sounds too much like the net yeah it has to be the D. N. I. doesn't sound in power exactly what to call it was the least of their problems senator Collins told me the turf battles were in once it was vehemently opposed by not only the CIA but particularly the secretary of defense Donald Rumsfeld because his department was going to lose considerable power over the intelligence community's budget which was funneled through the department of defense but as you heard his boss President Bush was on board and in December two thousand four Congress passed the most sweeping intelligence overhaul in nearly sixty years by the following February bush was announcing his pick for the nation's first director of national intelligence vesting these are stories in a single official who reports directly to me will make our intelligence efforts better coordinated more efficient and more effective the director of the CIA will report to John John was John Negroponte at the time he was US ambassador to Iraq I tracked him down here in Washington this week and asked about that last bit of the president's remarks that the head of the CIA would report to him that's correct there were gathering no it did but you know it it it took some socializing and some explain simply socialite water like a devoted some water had to go under the bridge in the fifteen years that that water's been flowing under the bridge the office of the D. N. I. has expanded to a staff of thousands the exact numbers classified as we can quarters building is gone up in northern Virginia so has all this worked has having India nine made us safer again the sponsor of the original legislation senator Collins I do believe that it has been successful but it's not perfect I I do hear a criticism bet they demand nice office has grown too big too bureaucratic so I'm not saying that we got it perfect leave right but compared to where we were we have come and the norm this way I heard a similar view from Mike moral who was among those who required some socializing two years Negroponte's word moral serve more than thirty years at the CIA he was president bush's briefer on nine eleven and ended up the agency's deputy director moral opposed creating video and I thought the more obvious solution was to bulk up the authorities of the head of the CIA botch I evolved over time significantly so by the time I left government in two thousand thirteen the last week that I was deputy director I actually got in my car and drove to Capitol Hill and met with senator Collins and senator Lieberman it actually thank them so I was I started out in one place and I ended up in a completely different place pressed as to why morale who now hosts the intelligence matters podcast pointed to his former gang delivering the president's daily brief in the old days he says it was pretty much only CIA material that made the cut whereas now with a D. and I overseeing everything the president's likely to hear from shore the CIA but also the state department's intelligence branch or the Pentagon's defense intelligence agency the deer so when CIA wrote a piece say on a China issue and de I a had a different view it would actually say at the bottom of the page de I a has a different view here it is here's why they have a different view and here Mister president is why this matters to you this difference matters to you so and and I think that makes for better intelligence support for the president John Negroponte the original GNI has mixed feelings about the job he once held here we are fifteen years later mmhm as an experiment has it worked I would say it hasn't failed I'm not sure it's worked fully I think it's still a work in progress on the positive side ambassador Negroponte points to changes he helped put in motion such as integrating the F. B. I. more closely into the broader intelligence community then he pauses and adds mistakes still get made obviously we see that from the inspector general's report just now with respect Carter page and all that I was an egregious seems to have been an egregious mistake of some kind which shows that those problems of coordination don't just go away because you say they should the reference there to the DOJ inspector general who just last week delivered a report documenting all kinds of errors in the F. B. I.'s application to surveil one time trump campaign aide Carter page now can we draw a direct line between the D. and I roll and the F. B. I. **** ups know what is fact is last week so president trump tweeting the FBI is quote badly broken which brings us back up to this moment the president attacking what he has come to call the deep state the house voting to impeach the president following an inquiry originally put in motion by a US intelligence community whistle blower the usual array of national security threats on the radar from Iran to China to North Korea and no sign of a nomination for the top job in US intelligence it is definitely a problem that I had the president has not nominated a permanent Senate confirmed Deanna Republican senator Susan Collins if the people in the intelligence community do not know whether the acting D. N. night is going to be there next week they are going to be less responsive to his concerns to his directives and bad is a problem so I would urge the president to make a choice my put her argument to someone with firsthand experience Michael moral can I was acting director of CIA twice so I know what I'm talking about here you don't feel as empowered as you would if you are Senate confirmed because you know you're not gonna be there that long just how awkward position then does Joseph McGuire find himself in four months and four days after being named acting director of national intelligence world points out that requires a navy Vice Admiral thirty six years in uniform this is a guy has actually been shot at right in combat this is a guy who's who's injured a lot but I think what he's learning is that the political fire is often more challenging than actual weapons fire navigating impeachment era Donald Trump dominated Washington in other words it's a different game morale as I hope he's learning

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