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Fresh update on "daily news" discussed on Perspective
"Gathering last weekend. I sincerely pray. On behalf of a grieving city. That, you were able to recognize the consequences of what you've done. So what's changed? John Cohen a former police officer in south central L. A. and he's also a former official with the Homeland Security Department. He talked about what can be done about the violence with ABC's Brad milkey on our Daily News podcast. Start here John. Why are we seeing this increase? Police have always said you know you might see more violence in the summer, but it looked for a while like criminals are scared a covert. Everyone's GonNa stay home. What's changed? What's compounding? It now is that you have had people who were closed in because of the Cova. Who are now out? There as an increase in in people who've lost their jobs, we're seeing increases in substance abuse. We've seen increases in domestic violence, so all those factors are coming together, and in the result is we're seeing an increase a dramatic increase in violent crime, particularly in major cities. We're also experiencing a a major national debate on race and policing and I've heard from a number of chiefs that is resulting in police officers. Being less aggressive as far as dealing with gang. Why would the police change in this league? If you still if you see someone, get shot like you still go arrest shooter right John, that's right, but the way you you prevent crime from occurring as you typically surge police officers in those neighborhoods where the violent crime tends to occur, and that violent crime tends to occur in lower income communities of color, but But in today's environment particularly when you have neighborhoods telling the police, we don't want you here. Least Agencies are hesitant and police officers are hesitant to use those traditional strategies and activists of course have said we do want police in our neighborhoods if they can keep from escalating situations particularly with unarmed individuals but John I thought it was interesting bill de Blasio. Blasio the very liberal mayor of New York, he basically said he blamed this on the pandemic, because he said the courts are no longer prosecuting criminals, not throwing the bad guys behind bars and his own police forces, saying you're also letting criminals out of jail, but I thought that was like the nonviolent one. So, what's the problem there? You often hear about. About a particularly when we're talking about the release of people who are in jail that they're only releasing nonviolent offenders, well people who are incarcerated because they were prosecuted for a nonviolent offense, may actually have a long record of violent behavior. You're going to hear people talking about calling in the national guard or even the military. That would be a huge mistake. Military National Guardsmen they're not train to police our cities. So you know those calls or misplaced, since really would be a recipe for disaster. John Cohen. Thank you so much. Talk to you soon breath..
Former Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen Is Back In Federal Prison
"Cohen, is back in custody for violating the terms of his covert related released daily News reporting, Cohen refused a man to not publish a book book on on the the president. president. His His attorney, attorney, Geoffrey Geoffrey Levin, Levin, says says he's he's reached reached out out to to the the Federal Federal Bureau Bureau of of Prisons. Prisons. But But every every minute minute that that we're we're waiting waiting he he in in a a compromised compromised state, state, which which is is why why he he got got released released under under covert covert 19. 19. And And the the cares cares act. act. Is Is now now at at risk risk again. again. Going Going was was also also photographed photographed Eating Eating at at a a Manhattan Manhattan restaurant. restaurant. President President Trump says his
Fresh "Daily News" from The KFBK Morning News
"No free diabetes dot or traffic on the tens every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons News, 93.1. A hot forecast heading into the weekend Temperatures today again I'm going to be in the triple digit range about 101 this afternoon tonight will dip down into the loading mid sixties with clear skies tomorrow, a lot of sunshine again and hot with highs around 100 won and Sunday could even be a little hotter. Guys ranging more like in the 102 to 103 degree range, and not much relief going into early next week. Temperatures just dropped by a couple of degrees 76 right now in Sacramento again heading to that high 101 on news, 93.1 kfbk all right time now for news from a neighborhood It's a big old pot bust in Northern California, and here's Albert Parnell. Oh, yes, that's coming out of the Red Bluff Daily News Authorities in Red Bluff arrested five people and seized more than £17 of process cannabis. In a marijuana's thing. Did you say £17? Sorry, £17,000 more than the initial. There was a lot more than 17. That's not newsworthy. That's just his backyard. And then in California, you're absolutely right, my friend. Thank you very much. Appreciate that. So as you were doing your Ah, forecast just a moment ago, and I thought, Well, I want to look around the rest of the country hot. Oh, my goodness. Oppressive heat, not just from here all the way to the Northeast. Central Park. Expect to be 91 degrees. Heat advisories in Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois. It's all across the country, and that's after you get a couple of inches of rain from Tropical Storm Fay. That's going to be moving through the New York City area. So you're saying for our human so can we just talk about a rat problem in New York for the outdoor dining.
"daily news" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast
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Fresh update on "daily news" discussed on Boomer and Gio
"Y as we sit here today, of course, got J. J. Lo and a rod at 1.7 billion. They have a very impressive list of investors. So the big question is now. Not only is who's giving the most money who wants to buy wine? There are a lot of things you got to get through. You got to get through the debt that the Mets have right now. What? What are there one of their finances. What does that look like? What are you Assuming? Is this just a You know an all cash deal that is going to be paid to the Wilpons, and then you assume the debt that's left behind. I mean, there's a lot of things that are going on here. There's really no easy way to kind of describe how you know, eh? A transaction of this magnitude is actually going to go through. But if I had to guess I would guess that it would be Steve Cohen simply because he's the guy that has the money then he has to also get through. Like he's gotten through us. You know, we we We don't care. We just want the richest guy there. That's going to take this thing to another level and took the words right out of my mouth. It's right. He's got through our background checks. And those background checks we care about is how much money does he have. And how much is it going to spend, and we have a lot of it and and bring them into The upper echelon of of Major league baseball teams. When it comes to pain for their for their roster. Now, here's the thing. He's got to get through the MLB owners. You know, he's had some controversy in the past. He's paints a major finds. He's done some court. You know, his company had done some very questionable things that was rolled. It wasn't really him. It was more of his underlings and all that other stuff. So there's a whole point things that still has that happened before. You know all the bids, Aaron and all that other stuff. I can't imagine that the Wilpon family would accept bids from somebody that they don't believe. Would be able to get through the door, the owners and everything else because when the when the owner's start getting involved in this happens in every sport, you know they want to make sure that they're bringing in somebody. Who is like minded when it comes to dealing with players and understanding the the financial mechanisms and going to work with the Pittsburgh Pirates, a Kansas City Royals, the San Diego Padres, all these different small market teams have different ways of doing things other than the Yankees and There was one executive and again he remained anonymous. But it did make AH lot of sense to me when he said what he said he goes, You know, we already have to deal with the Yankees. And that's a lot to deal with. Because the Yankees spend a lot of money. They pushed the market they they make it. Ah lot easier for the players in terms of the money that they're willing to spend. I could also say the Dodgers do that, too. I saw this and it was a mike Vick. Arrows COLUMN er, I saw the quote and the quotas. We have learned to live with what the Yankees are as a part of everyday business. I'm not sure anyone is quite ready for what having two teams acting like the Yankees in the same market. Might mean for the rest of us. Okay, fine. But I mean, then get out of the business then because this is what it is. There is no salary cap. Big market teams always have more money to spend. It has been like this for a long time. And I don't want some other executives. Some other place saying that Oh, boy, this stinks for us. Because the cheap as Wilpon's are on the way out is crazy Billionaire is going to come in and to be spending like a drunken sailor. I don't care what you think. Think about the fan base that all of us that have been sitting around on the sidelines. While big ticket free agents are out there in the Met, Pretend to be a part of it, or that you have to trade away your prospects and then take on money and horrible contracts would be ableto have anybody who gets paid above $15 million on the team or the fear of losing guys like Jacob deGrom or Pete Alonso? When their contract is all these things that we have thought about? Over the last number of years, especially after Bernie made off and I gotta worry about some other executives saying, Oh, I don't know what it's going to be like. If the Mets spend like the Yankees spend will then tough and then get out of the business. Do something else going to a cap sport and stop bitching about it. That just drove me crazy. That quote it's It's not. I mean, okay, and who knows if if if Steve Cohen's going to come in and spend like the Yankees There's teams all over that spend like crazy and with the revenue sharing, And if the Mets become like a behemoth like the Yankees than all these other small market teams benefit from that, too, and we know that spending money doesn't always translate into wins, So I just I just don't There's already going to be people with Steve Cohen's got. I could just see it now You're right. These other these other owners, Steve Cohen's going to come in and he's going to spend all the money. He's gonna bully us around and they're going to complain about it. And it's it's on ly in pro sports where a guy who's willing to spend for Bill In dollars. Four billion. Two on the team Tuan s and y that a bunch of other guys were like We don't want that in our in our business. Why wouldn't you? I mean, this guy's about to put a whole boatload of cash into the other team. In the biggest market in the country, and these other guys are finding little things to complain about. About how that's not gonna be good for them. Stop it, Okay. I wasn't trying to set you off. I mean, you just You know, you went off on a little riff, and I appreciate that. I mean, shows that you got A lot of energy this Friday morning, and I know that with the weather and all that other stuff, I'm sure it's having a negative effect on you. You were thinking already got ripped away from us once because of the whole stupid, 80% Wilpon thing. It's not getting ripped away from us again. I'm not letting it be ripped away from us again. I will not allow that. I think that's I think it's an awesome take all I was pointing out. Was that there's Mohr than just bids that count. There's a lot of other things that go on in a transaction of this size. Sure, the other thing, too. In one of the articles this morning, let me see who wrote it. You know, these guys are all over it, man. So Josh Cosman and Forton McInerney McInerney? Yes. McInerney. So in their article on Don't know Forton. Got it, or Josh got it. It says that Jeff Wilpon would prefer the J Lo A rod ownership growth. I saw this too. Why? What does he care me? Because the whole the Steve Cohen thing went south the first time around. Is that why? Because he thought that Steve Cohen muddy the waters when that deal fell through. I mean, is there some sort of personal thing? Hey, Jeff, listen. You got a shot here to make a lot of money. Don't let your personal feelings get involved. You know how you win In this situation? You end up taking the $4 billion that Steve Cohen is ready to give you and another additional, too, By the way, which is insane to me that Assad is going to work $2 billion. I mean, that's crazy. I did a couple shows over there. I think they paid me $75 to do loudmouths once and there were $2 billion. I guess so. I mean, it took months. Get that money too. I had given up on I called my agent. My cable. You're gonna pay me here. What the hell is going on? I gotta check in the mail. Like eight months later, I did The Daily News live. I was sat next to Bob Raceman for 30 minutes. It took me eight months to get $75 you're telling me that place is worth $2 billion that he's there?.
"daily news" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast
"Today is Thursday July ninth, twenty twenty, which means we have a special report at the end of this show. We'll hear from guest. Who's been all around the world? He lives a dream that many of us only imagine. This podcast has been recorded at eight fifty five am Israel time! My name is Shannon. Fold, you may know me from my nighttime writing dis at New York one in New York City, or my field reports, and anchoring at I'LL TV in Tel, Aviv and Israel now news in Jerusalem I'm also the host of the sunset series, a weekly Monday night. Happy Hour, talk series. I Stop I'll give you. Three stories for news and politics, and then get to money and culture followed by our special report. This is a big deal. Israel reportedly sent Hamas new proposal for a prisoner swap. Apparently, a third party was the one to relieve the offer over the last few weeks Israel is waiting to hear back from the Palestinian terror group regarding the proposal now this story which I read in The Times of Israel, also had stitches of wine net reporting in there. It's a very bare boned story. There's not a lot of meat to it, but it is important to note that the last time Israel offered a prisoner swap in twenty eleven, so I was nine years ago and it was further release of Gilad Shalit an Israeli soldier who is kidnapped in two thousand six. One Thousand Twenty seven Palestinians, who were in prison, serving time for acts of terror were released to get him back. That was one Israeli prime. Minister Netanyahu last week said Israel is still working to get the bodies back of two Israeli service members who were killed in the Gaza Strip six years ago. This is very controversial in the Jewish world. This is an ugly story, but if you closely follow Israel News you'll know the name Malka lifer. She was the headmistress of a Jewish school in Australia, and she's been going through a long roller coaster of a trial for allegedly sexually abusing three young girls. who were her students at the school well life or fled to Israel in two thousand eight, after being indicted on seventy four counts of rape and sexual assault. She is now trying to appeal an Israeli court ruling that she is in fact mentally fit to stand trial in May Israel ruled her mentally fit. Giving new court date of July twentieth, and now she is appealing that ruling and her lawyers are also trying to delay her extradition. So that's the latest from that trial. If you live here in Israel, you know that receiving mail can be cause for a celebration. Will. Israeli government is working to approve reform that would ask citizens to give the interior minister, their cell phone number and email address in order to improve postal delivery. It comes in the form of an addendum to the annual state budget and will need an amendment to the population registry law. Here's how it would work according to our, it's who got a draft. Anyone who goes into the population registry lake to issue a new passport for example would be required to share their information, but will not be punished if the person refuses to give that information public offices like the military police, Knesset we'll all have access to it. I decided to pick up this story this morning because I recently waited a few months for a package to come to me from my mother, she sent it. It to me from the United States I did not get anything I didn't get a letter I got nothing so I went to the post office and sure enough using the tracking number. They picked it up out of the barrel. And you know what the woman said to me, she said. Why didn't you write your phone number on the package so that we could call you and let you know that it's here. Well because that's not how the mail works in most places but okay. my package had been waiting for me about three weeks, and there had been nothing sent to me at my apartment, and I did not even know that it was there. So hopefully this will help us in the future. I am going to move into the money and culture section, which unfortunately in today's world is also mixed with corona virus. Israel currently has one hundred thirteen serious corona virus cases and three hundred forty four deaths. The numbers are climbing and cultural halls and events have been closed. Events canceled famed really singer and musician nets bars, Eli known for winning the Eurovision contest in two eighteen for Israel. Put up an instagram post expressing concern for her industry. The post was an image of a musical note, wrapped with a noose around it to show the death of the culture industry here in Israel in the caption, she noted booking agents club owners, instrumentalists, photographers, all people whose livelihood will be affected by these closures against public outcry that the picture was give she took down the post of the musical note with a news wrapped around it. I don't usually offer my opinion, but I feel this was feeling. This was her expression and I think it's Hullaballoo to make such a deal about. Post that she had to take down. Another artist named Hemi Ruder has come out saying he is not going to pay his taxes until the government begins to support self employed people in Israel the singer meat video proposal on channel thirteen here in the Holy Land calling on Israel to follow suit. He says in Western countries. Independent workers get an economic safety nut as part of their rights, but in Israel, the government acts like there are no faces behind the masks. Lastly I love this story else lasker Schuler. If you don't know her name. She was one of Germany's greatest poets. She was a Jew she moved to Jerusalem before Israel was established in the nineteen thirties, and she left behind her impressive network and her poetry as well. She was fleeing Nazi Germany at the time when she moved, and she made it to the holy. Land, she survived, but her art died. Well, thanks to the Jerusalem's National Library of Israel and the German Literature Archive a new digital exhibition is available so that her work will not be forgotten. It is called Poetic textures else lasker Schuler Archives and online platform. Else lived as a poor person. After she fled from Germany, but at least now seventy years after her death, her art will get the recognition. It deserves I relate to this woman because my art reporting writing presenting telling stories. It's what gets me out of bed in the morning, but the difference is I'm fighting to make it work while.
Fresh "Daily News" from Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"Center Robert Johnson's been making medical workers smile since March, the staffer told NBC for Johnson's daily. Cheers. Give her an extra boost Me like so positive it just after being so tired. You just kind of pick up and get to drive home so nicely. Johnson says he decided three decades ago to make it a point to enjoy life. Hey, says he now Joyce, he says. Now he's passing on that positive energy to people on the front lines amid the covert 19 pandemic. More charges have been filed in El against a former USC gynecologist accused of sexually assaulting more than 20 patients. The new charges involved five more women who've reported also being assaulted by Dr George Tindall. He was first charged last summer. The 73 year old now former doctor is due in court later this month. The US Supreme Court is world New York state prosecutors are allowed to subpoena President Trump's personal and business tax returns. Aaron Carter Ski says Trump's lawyers had claimed sitting presidents are immune from criminal investigation. The majority opinion written by Chief Justice Roberts said that Cannot conclude that absolute immunity is necessary or appropriate Under Article two or the supremacy clause. The court also handed the Trump Administration of Reprieve when it comes to Congress. The justice has made no decision on whether Congress is allowed to subpoena the president. Ah lower court will have to look into that, and the mayor of Seoul, South Korea, has been found dead in what may be a suicide. Park. One soon was a prominent human rights lawyer who won South Korea's first sexual harassment conviction. News reports in South Korea say one of Park's secretaries filed a complaint Wednesday night coming Park had sexually harassed. Her Southland weather from Ko Phi, mostly clear skies out there this morning, mid sixties, clear and hotter. Today, around 80 at the beach is 90 Metreveli Orange County, 100 inland empire.
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Fresh update on "daily news" discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"daily news" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast
"A Good Morning Booker tove. SONACARE this. Is Shannon fold here from Tel, Aviv with the Israel Daily News podcast. I'm here to give you the daily headlines, so you can get caught up quickly today. Is Tuesday July seven twenty twenty. This podcast has been recorded at nine twenty a m Israel time. My name is Shannon fold. You may know me from my nighttime writing as at New York one in New York City or my field reports and anchoring at I'll TV until Aviv and Israel. Now News in Jerusalem. I'm also the host of the sunset series a weekly Monday night. Happy Hour, talk series. Last night we hosted a debate with former Israeli deputy national security adviser Chuck. And Ellie Verizon the current Director of Foreign Affairs for Israel's Likud party, currently sitting in parliament, the debate over Israeli annexation went zoom due to a sharp stake in corona virus cases. Our call had between sixty five and seventy people on it last night and the nice part. Is that people from all around? The world were able to join since it was online. Usually do our events in person on the boardwalk in Tel Aviv I up. I'll give you three stories news and politics, and then we'll get to money and culture. The big news of today seems to be that Prime Minister. Netanyahu now has the green light to make emergency decisions, regarding Covid, nineteen or corona virus with the backing of what the Jerusalem Post is calling a quick cabinet vote following the Knesset's approval of the bill which went through three readings. It happened just this morning. The bill allows the cabinet to make decisions that go into effect immediately in order to cut through some of the red tape that could slow up legal processes involving the corona virus, the coronavirus cabinet that we have here in Israel approved the measure, but critics say it is undemocratic and would allow the prime minister to make decisions on his own opposition leader yet year Lapierre, said with the new bill in effect there is no longer a need for the Knesset making only one branch of government and killing the legislative branch, which is meant to be the balancing force. Coronavirus cases in Israel continued to climb. There are eight people seriously ill in Israel and three hundred thirty four deaths meaning three more than what I reported yesterday. Video is now going viral in Israel showing to police officers stopping a young Orthodox girl of thirteen years old for not wearing her mask while pushing a baby stroller in the streets of Jerusalem. She says they tried to find her. Five hundred chuckles. Officers say they just gave her a warning either way. She walked away crying and her parents are not happy. Got Him. That's what I like to say. When Israel shuts down potential terror and violence, another story in Israel's headlines Today, the Massad, apparently foiled Iranian plans to attack Israeli diplomatic missions around Europe. The reports about this are keeping the names of the countries where terrorism was meant to play out a secret, but reports say the countries in question were cooperative with the Israeli intelligence agency in order to shut those plans down reports from. From The New York Times in the last days have suggested that Israel. Is The forest behind the bomb that was dropped on an Iranian centrifuge facility or a facility that houses devices that separate gases and liquids in this case for the creation of nuclear weapons. Iran has denied it has sought to create nuclear weapons for decades. Iranian top officials have also been quoted saying. They want Israel to disappear from the map. A sentence has been handed down to a Palestinian man from the West Bank who has now been officially convicted for mowing down and is really man from Hebron with his car and killing him in thousand fifteen. Apparently, Avraham has no fifty four at the time and living in Kiryat Arba just outside of have run, had a rock thrown at his car, got out and steps in front of the hood of the vehicle, when Saban Tiete puts his foot on the gas and ran him over t said Haas no approached his truck with a club in his hand, and that he was afraid. Has No was hit, and then dragged under the truck, td turned himself into Palestinian authorities calling it an accident and was later tried by is really military court. He has been ordered to pay one point eight million shekels in restitution or five hundred twenty five thousand dollars, and will spend the rest of his life in prison. That story from arts. Okay moving now to money and culture to beats that I love. I want to revisit. A story brought to you yesterday about allow. I reported that the company called all of their pilots to return back to Israel with their aircraft in tow that includes cargo planes due to financial hardship as demand for flights have been nearly reduced to nothing l. all has accepted a government bailout of two hundred fifty million dollars in loans with a guarantee that seventy five percents of the loans will. Will, be, government backed in case. The company needs to default. The deal also includes a stock offering on the Tel. Aviv Stock Exchange meant to raise one hundred fifty million dollars. The government is expected to buy any of those unsold stocks which could put the government as the majority stakeholder for L.. All this airline has been a private company since two thousand four. It is currently in two billion dollars worth of debt. Churning out to culture, I find culture fascinating and I recommend. Everyone should live in as many different cities as they can manage, so they can really learn what culture means well Greece and Cyprus are two places. Israelis go to taste of different culture and these two countries rely heavily on Israel for their economic health in terms of tourism, though at the beginning of the summer it was. was expected. Israel would open their skies to allow travel to and from Greece and Cyprus. That goal is now a fantasy just two weeks ago, the target date to open up these nearby hotspots was August I, but as cases shore in Israel, the hotels and tourist industry in Greece and Cyprus, which were the first places on Israel's list for opening. We'll have to target their local populations. Well that's it for today's news I. Hope You liked the money and culture report at the end. Today is Tuesday, July seventh,.
President Trump says Bubba Wallace should apologize, calls noose incident a ‘hoax’
"Went after NASCAR for banning the Confederate flag and is accusing bubble. Wallace still Of perpetuating a hoax involving that noose in his garage. Trump suggesting that Wallace should apologize doesn't make any sense. No Kayleigh Mcenany, the White House press secretary, just started their daily news conference and Peter Alexander was just asking about that and missed an opportunity to say They were talking about the Confederate flag and hear Alexander's comment was Why is the president so in favor of flying the Confederate flag? And why don't you fly it over the White House was a question that she completely ignored because it was a stupid question. But why? Why are you asking Bubble Wallace to apologize. He did nothing wrong. He didn't do it. He didn't find it. He's not the one who sent it to the FBI. He's not even the one who called it a hate crime. It was all NASCAR's doing at that point now one of the rookie drivers who actually maybe one of the Considered rookie of the year drivers. Pushback against the president today and said as much said that bubble, Wallace has nothing to apologize for.
"daily news" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast
"The launch is a joint effort from the Israel Aerospace Industries and the Defense Ministry. The satellite was launched by Israel's Chauvet launcher which sent out the OPEC eleven in two thousand sixteen that satellite captured of strategic sites in Syria. Israeli social workers are on strike. It's an open ended one and they say they are not stopping until their needs are met. Employees are asking for an allocation of one hundred fifty million shekels. Forty four million dollars for security in welfare offices as well as salary increases and negotiations for structural salary reform in the future. Employees who say they're overloaded with cases receiving low salaries and are even experiencing workplace violence. Two weeks ago, protests commenced and employees marched from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem to protest. The Knesset with their payslips in hand, but it was to no avail. Employees say there have been unofficial talks of salary increases, but only after the corona virus ends. That story from home it's. Now for some street art news you may be familiar with the images of bright yellow words painted on sidewalks and streets across the United States saying black lives matter well similar art in front of the Tel Aviv museum popped up and it says the people are against annexation. The mural was nine hundred square meters or just about ten thousand square feet. And covered in stickers so that others could draw on top of it. The Art was taken down Sunday morning I could not find a reason why, but it was installed with the help of the Tel. Aviv museum and Miss A municipality. Though those agencies were not in charge of the art itself. Well that. Is it for today's news? Today is Monday July sixth twenty twenty. We've got a low of twenty four and a high of twenty nine degrees Celsius in Tel Aviv. That's seventy six degrees Fahrenheit for the low going up to eighty four degrees in the central city. Thanks for getting caught up with me and don't forget. Subscribe to the Israel dealing news podcast on spotify or apple music or wherever you're hearing it from I am everywhere. But one thing that is important for me is to find out who my listeners are I. Want to speak directly to you. I want to imagine you we're. You're listening from while I record the show. Please get in touch with me to let me know by using the contact page listed in my show notes. You can find a way to email me there. My name is Shannon full to that show with two ends. Don't forget. Now it's just the beginning of the week, so I would like to start you off very softly. What you'll hear is wind playing off of a harp. This song that I'm choosing to send us off into the week is called harping the wind by the SUF- family band. This family please instrumental Turkish songs from the seventies that are meant to be spiritual and meditative. Have a great and productive day..
"daily news" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast
"Good Morning. Sebah Fair, this is Shannon folds here from Tel Aviv with the Israel. Daily News podcast. I'm here to give you the daily headlines, so you can get caught up quickly. Today is Monday July. Sixth Twenty Twenty and this podcast has been recorded at eight forty seven a an Israel time. My name is Shannon fold. You may know me from my nighttime writing Dis at New York one in New, York City or my field reports and anchoring I'LL TV in Tel Aviv. And Israel now news in Jerusalem I'm also the host of the sunset series, a weekly Monday night, happy hour, talk series tonight. I'm hosting a debate via zoom on Israel's annexation. We had to change our event.
U.S. stocks finish higher after stronger-than-expected jobs report
"The much better than expected jobs report for June. Has President Trump beaming? There were four point. Eight million jobs added looking toward November. Our Bob Costantini reports, the president is very confident, nearly five million jobs most of them rehiring for the US economy in June prompted the didn't come into the briefing room, shattering all expectations I was watching this morning, and the expectations were much lower than that. The stock market is doing extremely well, which means to me jobs what it means
"daily news" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast
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"daily news" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast
"daily news" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast
"City. City or my field reports and anchoring at I'LL TV in Tel Aviv and Israel now news in Jerusalem I'm also the host of the sunset series a weekly Monday night. Happy Hour, talk series tonight. We're launching our events live, and in person for the start of summer and now I'm going to give you the top five stories from the top English newspapers in the country. Stay with me at the end of the week for an original report. Let's start with the corona virus numbers here in Israel, they are climbing there just about twenty one thousand cases in Israel with just over fifteen thousand people recovered twenty eight currently on ventilators, which is better than last week when I reported thirty two and three hundred six deaths in the country since the start of the pandemic yesterday, the World Health Organization reported one hundred, Eighty, three thousand new infections in twenty four hours with the bulk of this including Brazil the US and India. Times of Israel reports the Prime Minister Netanyahu was urging the use of intelligence to track corona virus patients as the numbers go up in Israel, but the head of the Shin Bet security. Agency said no the servicing questions he sensitive personal data like cell phone and credit card information and use it to track people's movement. This type of procedure is usually reserved for terrorism. The debate was recorded leaked and aired by Israel's channel twelve yesterday. Israel gives a preliminary approval to two bills that would decriminalize marijuana though smoking pot in tel-aviv is fairly common, and you can often smell it in parks and on beaches, it is still technically illegal a note for me I rarely see or hear of someone getting arrested for smoking a joint, but it wasn't always like that only in recent years as law enforcement lightened. Lightened up on this topic, and now, if fully approved, having small amounts will be A. Okay a few weeks ago, the Prime Minister Netanyahu and alternative or next Prime Minister Pentagon's released a statement together saying they plan to advance. The legislation members from the blue and white party are looking at a possibility of opening cannabis dispensaries in stores as you see in Amsterdam. Next up the chairman of the Yogesh on Memorial, center will step down this year. After Shalev has had the role for twenty seven years, and Sunday sent out a letter to the prime minister himself, saying he would be leaving shall is eighty one years old. He did not explain a reason for leaving though he mentioned it was a tough decision. The Memorial Museum is known around the world, but has taken a huge financial hit since the start of covid. covid nineteen more than one hundred staff members have been sent off on paid leave. Salary cuts swept departments. Government funding was ruled back and ticketed. Events have been canceled a word about Shayla he was born in Jerusalem in nineteen, thirty nine headed the office of the idea chief of staff during the Yom Kippur War and later became the army's chief education officer, once retiring from the military of was appointed to head of Cultural Administration in the Education Ministry. Wow, this next story is big big news. tel-aviv mayor run whose is says in honor of Gay, pride? Week any couple will be able to add themselves to the couples registry if they declare themselves in a relationship as well allow them to reap all the benefits. A couple of guests from the municipality I covered marriages here in Israel last year when I was working on a story. Story about an organization that offers an alternative marriage ceremony that works outside of the revenue in Israel couples may only officially Mary in the traditional Jewish way with a rabbi, hosting the ceremony, and for many people. This just does not work. This new initiative will get gay couples, tax benefits and the ability to register their children at preschools and community centers despite of a couples religion or That's very big news for the Holy Land. Another proposed bill involving the gay community is coming from the leftist Meretz party calling for a ban on conversion therapy conversion therapy is often seen as a way to make a gay person heterosexual. The legislation would put the therapists in jail. Find them and remove their licenses advocates for the bill say this form of therapy is ineffective and only pushes people to self harm. The ban on conversion therapy has come up before, but was never able to pass that report from arts. Here's a note from me. Me In. Honor of Gay Pride Month I've noticed Rainbow Colored Algebra Z flags are waving in the wind here on the beaches and a large flag is posted up on the American Embassy Branch Office on higher cone. That's a street just off the beach. Just a couple of facts for you. Israel is considered to be the most gay friendly country in the Middle East and Asia where gay citizens are allowed to openly serve in the military adopt a child together and are protected by discrimination laws. They also have a monument for Gay Holocaust survivors in Israel, which was erected in two thousand fourteen. I did not know that before tonight. You can find photos and videos of these scenes on my instagram. Follow me at Shannon fold. That's S. H., A. N. N., A. F., like Frank. You like umbrella, l like laundry and D like David. I'll also be posting some pictures from yesterday's solar eclipse in Israel south all right well. That's Today's news today. Is Monday June? Twenty second? We've got a low of twenty two and a high of eight degrees Celsius in Tel Aviv. Aviv that seventy one degrees Fahrenheit for the low going up to eighty two in the central city. I'll be back tomorrow with more news and whatever stories I liked that I could not get to you today. Don't forget, subscribe to my podcast on spotify or apple music, or wherever you're hearing it from, see you tonight. At six thirty PM at the Gordo for the summer launch of the sunset series. We'll have robbers pariah Levin talk about race relations followed by a Cuban a hosting myself now I'll send you off with some music from rising star Don Tom Lehrer. His latest song ten shot. A great productive day..
MLB players said tell us 'when and where' to return. So tell them, Commissioner
"King players and owners appear to be stuck between the proverbial rock and a hard place even if commissioner rob Manfred dictates that players report for a shortened season your Daily News columnist bill Madden says that's highly unlikely he can't even declare one without running the risk of a grievance being filed against him by the Players Association he says that's because with no fans in the stands MLB wants to cut pro rated salaries negotiated back in March players have said no to that and if they file a grievance would cost the owners millions down the
"daily news" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast
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Are You Blocking Your Happiness?
"My my my my my my my, it is Monday. Weekends on time to get. Are you opened up again? Is Your life settling. It may or may not be. I knew just one thing. If you got out of bed this morning. You have an obligation. It's bad. Give you too darn right privileged. To get out there and make the best of it today for yourself or others. Whatever have you get to make that choice to? But regardless? You could go do it no matter what gets in your way, and that's why we've been doing the daily news for so long since two thousand hundred. Thirty seven million plus download later. The mission is still the same. I don't care the minute you figure out that you WANNA do this. Ask something POPs in your head like this is where I wanna go. I'm ready. Let's do this thing. I just understand that you know if not today, if not tomorrow maybe next week, you're going to say what happened. What stopped me? We'll Mike buoyed by motivation Gar why that guy stopped me my tracks, or why does my wife say I can't do? Do it or why can't I get the raise or whatever it is? I just know it's going to happen. You'RE GONNA get blocked and get to find your way around it. That's that's part of living right people in this world. We gotta work things out together so I am here to help you do that today and we're GonNa work on some happiness today now. This is a little bit of a different twist on happiness. And that's kind of the world. I've been living in these I watched the news like you do I pay attention I have thoughts, feelings emotions, I I. Know Stan and a look at the world and I said well let me interpret this and see what I can do to get myself to to make it. And better difference in the world, and to help others along the way so that today for you as well my is Scott Smith I'm the founder and the chief motivating officer here at motivation to move dot. com. Happy. You're here today coming up this week after I made a mistake last week until so I'm not even go away. Just messed it up. And in China, anybody I told people were going to do a call, and then we didn't flip the switch and things in heaven. I'm sorry about that. It will happen this week in Operation Reinvention coaching. Call a chance to join up with me. Enjoy on a zoom call I. Think we'll do to Tuesday and Thursday. Emails right this time sauce, send the email on Monday probably in the afternoon. You'll get it and then you can come to us for call this week. You know over the years I have said having a consistent routine is the easiest way to get what you want, a figure out what works and go do it right pretty simple, but lately are routines. Have you noticed they've been changing? Lots of people are using the time that we've had in the past couples to learn something new and one of my favorite ways talked about four is the APP called Bleakest Blake is unique and powerful. 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Because by that time I had six months of being maybe in the wrong direction I had to turn it around so I started asking questions on a Monday. Have you done your homework? What's going good in your life? What's in your life? Which should stay? What should go worship FOCUS BE? What's the one thing you can do to make your life better? It's simple stuff. If you take some time just when you get done with this program today, just check in with yourself to a couple minutes. That's all you could use CRAYOLA or chocolate a sidewalk I don't care. Check in. And you'll find that over time. You won't have to check into often almost automatic for you
New York City reports no new coronavirus deaths for first time since mid-March
"For the first time since mid March New York City is reporting no new coronavirus deaths that's according to city records but as the Daily News points out recent deaths could be reclassified as Kobe death so this comes with the cabinet tonight
Apple Doubles Price Of MacBook Pro Memory Upgrades
"News of a costly mistake for Apple. Well I mean it's apple costly as a relative term. There was the story over the weekend that Apple had doubled the cost of upgrading the memory and the entry level thirteen inch macbook pro. Apple insider ran a p saying on Friday buyers of the entry level model of the refreshed thirteen inch macbook pro were able to upgrade the memory on the device from eight gigabytes to sixteen gigabytes for one hundred bucks. Update first spotted by Reddit users on Saturday. The cost of the upgrade has gone up to two hundred bucks. The mistake was the one hundred dollar option. On Monday mocked daily. News ran reports saying that the upgrade price was supposed to be two hundred dollars all along same as a lot of other Max. Citing post from the verge, the peace says the price increase is actually a price correction. The price to upgrade ramp from eight to sixteen gigabytes as two hundred dollars on other Max, including the I MAC and macbook air, and this changes meant to keep the fee consistent apple says it will honor the earlier pricing for those who purchased the cheaper, Ram, upgrade. Before the price change went into effect.
Wizards' Beal: Trade rumors 'a sign of respect'
"Finally have now heard from Bradley. Beal the wizard star as he was asked about being part of trade rumors and even the middle of a pandemic is name has emerged. The New York Daily News last week reported that the nets had internal discussions about pursuing the twenty six year old guard. Who signed a two year? Seventy two million dollars extension in October his quote the first time. I've heard this kind of talk. It's interesting to me. I look at it as a sign of respect that I've been doing good things and guys WanNa play for me so obviously Bradley beal keeping a little perspective here in a reminder that the nets nowhere near done dealing as they're going to continue to try and gear up next year or some sort of a run at the NBA Championship.
Wizards' Beal: Trade rumors 'a sign of respect'
"Preston Bradley Beal isn't bothered by hearing his name in trade rumors published last week the New York Daily News that Brooklyn was looking to pursue the guard the wizards veteran telling ESPN that he looks at it as a sign of respect that teams are interested in him the twenty six year old averaged a career high thirty one points per game this
Virus strands Norway racer in Alaska after Iditarod win
"The coronavirus strains in Norway racer and his sixteen dogs in Alaska after his Iditarod win Thomas Warner won this year's Iditarod trail sled dog race in March he's hoping to hitch a ride home to Norway in June the anchorage Daily News reports Warner and his dogs have been stranded in Alaska by travel restrictions and flight cancellations caused by the corona virus his ticket out right now is hopping on a historic plane that's been sold to an air museum in Norway is scheduled to leave Alaska in June I'm Julie Walker
NYC woman shoots boyfriend in the leg, then drives off
"Mail it sure sounds like she was done with him police say a woman shot her boyfriend in the leg and then try to fire it again as he tried to run it happens before nine AM yesterday in the financial district witnesses telling the Daily News the couple was arguing at the corner of pearl and Platt street and a woman hauled off and slugged the guy in the face then they say she stormed out to her car and grabbed a gun and shot in the leg I tried to run toward Fulton Street she gets in the car and takes another shot she missed police say the forty year old man was taken to the hospital is expected to make it the woman sped off and police are still looking for her they're also looking for a motive and there's no indication so far as to what sparked this
"daily news" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Next we have Anna from the Daily News hi Mr mayor first back to cool question this is really put any thought to hi dean clear mass or mass with a clear opening for the master bath new Yorkers know that obviously some many deaf people read he pulls left so I'm curious about something that you guys have thought about and I also wanted to see if he would address the fact that so the New York City district attorneys are prosecuting most social scene around certain maybe commissioner shaken also address that as well sure again on the arrest issue there's been very very few and the commissioner can speak about the difference between an arrest that's directly related to social distancing verses arrest is related to something else some other kind of extenuating circumstance but anyway you slice it this is a really really small part of the picture over now you know ten weeks of this crisis now turn to commission a moment on that on the issue the clear mass is a very interesting suggestion and I have not heard that previously so I don't have a immediate answer for you I think it makes sense that we have to be sensitive to Daphne orders and support them in every way we can but let me talk to our team and see what we think makes sense and how we can address it will come back to you with an answer on that commissioner sherry wants me but the other piece yet regarding social distancing around so I mean I think I'm pretty clear on that there really hasn't been a lot of the rest again when we encounter groups we ask him to do stars we ask them to comply with you know executive orders and all over the city we've gotten overwhelming compliance that's a fact have depends on the currency yeah that happened to McCarron who's occasionally we've had the right to images we've gone through these numbers it's not a significant amount when you all out about ten incidents when there was a lot of challenges right now and then when you talk about a rash you're really not talking about the same thing yeah it's a wrap for other offences said there might have been a few that started as social distancing but it's really such small numbers you know when when you look at the district attorney's on what they have to deal with I do feel for them you know I've been throughout New York City any clothing you know our partners is Salah kata part they've had to turn their lives upside down during this dealing with process is upended I think they're doing the best they can in circumstances do I agree every time no do they agree with you know everything we do now but we have a great working relationship if I was concerned about anything during this it would be that small number of career criminals that are competing I'm more serious crime like burglaries and things of that nature and you know I I don't know why I'm concerned about it is because it is additional victims I mean that's what it always comes down to with me and trying to prevent people from being further victimized but I think all in all you know it's a tough situation we need to look at grand juries when you look at court proceedings when you look at what the whole city has had to deal with and I think you know what probably learn a lot from this and be better prepared next time but I think everyone is doing the best they can next we have courage from streets blocked how are you doing how you doing two words virtual school and gets enough on that anyway I got two quick questions on the streets first is the nine point two miles of protected bike lanes are those because of budget cuts the full list of what we're going to see the DOT to accomplish this year and on the second question the restaurant industry is calling for a more open streets so they can serve the public in a socially responsible manner once the pause is over I know there's a city task force on this but do you personally see a time when hundreds of miles of NYC streets could be taken away from drivers and for storing cars for social and dining so on the bike lane issue I'll say all turned to commissioner triton burned in a moment Dan everything's involving Garcia say Elise I think this'll be the understatement of the year everything's involving R. the budget situation is involving obviously Florida right now could be deeply positively affected by the stimulus but we don't know what level the stimulus is going to reach one is going to happen so huge number of question marks we know the house proposal is exactly the right direction but we don't know what happens next on the budget side equations a question mark the health side of the equation is a question mark steady progress was still a long way to go before we know what more we're going to be able to do when so the commissioner can tell you the vision as of this moment but I will preface by saying that there's a huge amount of unknowns here on the open streets look I'm certainly intrigued and I've begun to have this conversation with folks in the restaurant industry entry that what we could do with more outdoor dining we're not there yet in terms of figuring out what that means how far we can go with that when we could do it by it is an appealing idea is an idea that may offer on some real options but I'm always going to be cautious in saying you know and I don't want to see a rise and raise hopes until that one has to really lock down step by step what we're going to be able to do the restart when and how it affects each industry but at least I can say it's a really interesting idea because it stands to reason that if we could move more of that activity outdoors it would be safer for everyone involved give us time to figure out you know if we think that's workable and to what scale commission drummer and you want to add on the bike lanes right I mean I'm excited with the nine miles you announced today Mister mayor particularly Colin and thirty eight and thirty nine another costume route in Manhattan we would like to do more lane miles this year we'll you know we'll have to see it working through that and and one of the the requirements we have to work and we have a council requirement these bike lanes are temporary because we have to give the council a ninety day notice period before we can make any bike infrastructure permanent thank you next we have Ashley from The New York Times good morning everyone good morning everyone hi I want to ask you one for my colleague Jan ran for them and why and based on that in my P. data and the commissioners are remarks on this call the first four eight eight the mayor or whoever can answer the question how many people who went to the hospital while in VOC cut through the have died from covert nineteen within hours or days of their release from custody we've become aware of two cases that are not included in the record call with death total but we're wondering if there are more and if you're tracking that and then the second question a bit of contact I think part of the frustration with using the police to enforce social distancing is that it's a non starter because of that distrust that you put they put policing in place to fix it and suddenly disappear in the pandemic and that same destructive also an impediment to solving the shootings and murders that the commissioner mentioned earlier and that part of what I the city have brought on the cure violence groups so I'm wondering if the police commissioner can hello how many shootings and murders this year have been solved with the arrest and how the NYPD is tracking social distancing encounters and determining which summonses and arrests to include or exclude from your total let me start and then I'll pass the commissioner thank you for the questions Ashley on department of correction which I I wanna make sure I believe I heard D. O. C. since I wanna make sure.
Coverage of Alaska policing, Kashmir crackdown win Pulitzers
"The twenty twenty Pulitzer prizes have been announced the anchorage Daily News and ProPublica won the Pulitzer Prize in public service for a series of reports that revealed a third of Alaska's villages had no police protection those reports which the Pulitzer board describes as riveting have spurred legislative changes an influx of spending on public safety in the state The New York Times won the investigative reporting prize for an expose on predatory lending in the New York City taxi industry and the international reporting award for what judges called in throwing stories reported at great risk about Russian president Vladimir Putin's government the Washington post's work on the environmental effects of extreme temperatures was recognized for explanatory reporting and the Associated Press when the feature photography price for images made during India's clamp down on cashmere on Ben Thomas
Coverage of Alaska policing, Kashmir crackdown win Pulitzers
"The Pulitzer judges described the anchorage Daily News and ProPublica reports is riveting and those reports have spurred legislative changes and an influx of public safety spending in Alaska The New York Times won the investigative reporting prize for an expose on predatory lending in the New York taxi industry and the international reporting award for what judges called in throwing stories reported at great risk about Russian president Vladimir Putin's government the Washington post's work on the environmental effects of extreme temperatures was recognized for explanatory reporting and the Associated Press when the feature photography price for images made during India's clamp down on cashmere on Ben Thomas
Time To Reinvent Your Life?
"How are Ya how awesome is weekend? It was a lot around here. I live in new SMYRNA Beach Cherry here in Florida outside of Daytona. And over the weekend. They lifted a lot of the stay at home. Motorola restaurants stores started open. I gotTa tell you also from the beaches and it was really odd to see all these people in bathing suits and boats and stuff and headed to the beach. It's it's been so long this kind of an odd feeling actually. Don't even know what to think about it right now. Just don't know configured out though it is what it is right. Also the daily boost from motivation to move dot com every single day. No matter what you gotta figure out stuff certainly happens to make you work at it. You have dreams ambitions desires things you WanNa do things you wanna get on track or back on track with it but at the end yeah life gets in the way and we have to deal with it. There's one thing I know for sure. Life will always get in the way. They're always challenges. They always have to be managed in some kind of strange way we have to. Sometimes her head screwed on straight. You know something that I learned in the past couple of weeks and I would have been talking to it just a ton of people and this is one of the biggest lessons I picked up on everybody. Everybody has a different perspective of what's happening right now. Everybody depending on what job there in. What part of the country they live in some people are are not working at all. Some people are working endless hours. Some people are still getting paid. Exactly what they got before but they're working eighty hours a week and have no time to do anything that will frustrated. Some people just want to get back to work in the can't everybody's in a different spot and yes a lot of people affected by this virus. A lot of people have been lost in this virus so I've really gotten perspective of that just by talking to people all over the world about how were all writing this same storm. Many many different boats together and so people in small boats and some enlarge votes. It's crazy but hopefully God willing. It will settle here soon. My name is Scott Smith the founder and the chief motivating officer here at motivation. Move Dot Com. I'm sure happy you're here today. There are tons of places you could be. This is going to good place because we're talking about a little reinvention today. A favorite topic of mine and something has been a lot of time helping a lot of folks do. There is no better time than right now to reinvent yourself maybe a little better or a little different as we move forward and help you do that. I want to invite you to become a member at motivation who've dot com where we have the daily news premium version of this show which comes out Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday and the operation reinvention to you on Saturday all commercial. Free no promotions. Nothing is just pure coaching every single day. Plus the operation reinvention coaching call. Were doing zoom calls at spent a lot of fun to chat with people all over the world the Fisher Passion Program David Nugget. Email the daily text message so much energetically put together basically to do one thing. Help you stand up. Take a step and repeat every single day no matter what gets in the way. I've cut the price during this pandemic is going on. We dropped fifty percent down to nine ninety five contracts. You can cancel anytime. Never had a price this low before so if you join us just go to motivation who've dot com get started today so here we are. It is Monday and that means I was thinking about things I want to do in my life now this weekend you. I'm always talking about exploring the possibility well. I got to explore the possibility this weekend. A friend of ours owns and I'll pack a wrench to and as you said. Hey can you bring your tractor over and help me move some dirt around and you have to put some dirt and some stalls can yell at thought out and get detractors. I've got trigger and I I took my track over there. John Deere and I spent the entire day helping her. But you know what I learned. I explored the possibility of doing dirt work in a neat cool tractor all day long and I. I realized I wasn't going to be something I ever aspired to do. As a living not nothing wrong with it but it wasn't going to happen so I knew my homework. I'M GONNA look at my world and say what do I like about my world? What I don't like about my world and okay do I like to attract or work for my neighbor. Well sort of venue. She asked again. I would help but would I try to avoid it. Heck Yeah it's not really my list right now and that's all we have to do with homework. That's it. We look into our life the things that were doing the things we'd like to do things that we don't like to do things you wanna say yes to things. We want to say no to decide how we're GONNA handle it in the future when you do that when you assess how your life is going to be and you just a few minutes every single day. I like it every single day. You want so if you want to. You'd be surprised what happens if you don't do that. You'll be surprised. Ten Years Fly Pie. And You wonder how you got there. See it every day. So do your homework. If you need help remember get the perfect planner. It's in the resource section of motivation. And WE'VE DOT COM easy to find. They're just click on that and download it and watch the video. It'll explain to you how to how to hold time for yourself. Maybe you got some extra time right now you can use it so let's talk about reinventing. Costano a pretty good time right now. I mean the past month has created a nothing short of a massive disruption in our lives. No doubt about that. So why not take advantage of this journey back to normal and maybe switch things up now? This is a nonstop never ending specialty and expertise. I have done this for a lot of years really being able to go come where I am and just become something different when I want to and helping so many people do it so I have a lot of experience in this world and it's a great chance to do it in fact it's been said you've heard the phrase before never let a crisis go to waste. We got one right now right. There's a disruption right now and when something has been disrupted you have a chance to wiggle and move and shake and bake and do everything you WanNa do. Make a few changes so when he wanted some tweaks as we move ourselves back to what is going to be normal here in the future or you WANNA total reinvention. The process is very much the same use the same steps. No matter what you WANNA do. Little suffer big stuff ready number one and this is a big deal and it's usually the one that people have already done but don't realize they've done it. You must acknowledge that something needs to change. Doesn't sound like a whole lot but you'd be surprised. Lots of people are trying to fix all kinds of things and not recognize as underlying change. It has to happen so when you recognize. There is something that needs changing. Listen to your gut into crisis. We're in right now. Lives are disrupted and you're thinking wait a second. How did I get here? How did this happen? Whether it's my fault. Non My fall how could I have avoided this? How could I made it easier and that gut feeling might be telling you make a few changes so if and when it happens again you're in a different spot number to be honest your inner thoughts and your feelings are real. We ARE EMOTIONAL BEINGS. And so that's where it's GonNa come from now. We have to transfer that into logic right but they are telling you the truth. They're telling you something has to change so listen to what's in there really reading yourself. An honor what. You're feeling. Translate that into actions. You'll see what happens. So first acknowledging ing that we really need to make a change in order to get the the impact that we want and to be honest with these feelings are yours. A lot of folks will say yea. I don't know it's kind of running around my head. Coaching and work with people one of the biggest things I do is validate that feeling. Validate that thought. I tested and validated. To make sure it's real and often in the process they go out the way you said it back to me. I can see that. It's this right so honored that clearly understand why you want to reinvent something you gotTa know this now. The wise always a very powerful thing but when you understand exactly why you WANNA make some changes and really feel it. It's GonNa get you excited. And that is a power that will move you forward through the journey. You're about ready to take. We should ask yourself a favor question. I think I got this the book the One thing. What one thing can you do or not? Do that will have the most significant impact on your life. It's an extremely powerful question. You're trying to make a reinvention of yourself because if you're trying to move in a certain direction there is something you can do. It may be changing jobs and maybe starting a business may be quitting the job. Who knows what is going to be. I don't know your situation right now but there's got to be one thing maybe it's moving. Maybe it's paying off some bills. I don't know what it's going to be. But there is one thing you can do that or not do. That's going to have a huge impact and immediate instantaneous. Impact on your life. Don't be afraid of that. Go find it. Why take your time looking forward and dabbling around when you just think about it a little bit and figure out what to do? I want you to set a sprint goal. I thought about this when I wrote this down. I typically will say a ninety day goal so the at least ninety days I went to sprint toward at your focus goes in that direction. You WanNa make the change now. Ninety days is something anybody can do but I will recognize ninety days. It's a longtime particularly in the The upheaval we feel these days. So my first thought was well. Let'S CUT BACK THIRTY S. Push everybody for thirty days and do that and I like thirty days. Anybody can do thirty days so I'm going to give you a little bit of leeway here I want you to sprint for at least thirty but a fixture think three months if you can hold on for thirty days and then go ninety you will change. Your Life. I promise you a lot faster than you think it won't be the all-time
New York - Cuomo Calls Subway Cars Filled With Homeless People ‘Disgusting’
"C. B. S. in his daily briefing yesterday governor Cuomo called the homeless situation on the New York City subways disgusting especially considering the risk people living on the trains amid the pandemic is causing governor Cuomo spoke about it on W. C. B. S. with our Michael Wallace what's the latest on that situation and and what do you hope it's done about it I yes Michael I think the Daily News in a front page that showed a picture of a subway car with the homeless people in garbage all through it Anish it is discussed again it's not just the Daily News story we've heard about this from many sources the number of robberies is actually off on this boys even though usage is down ninety percent and the MTA has to take dramatic action and they have to take it now we have the subways opened so are essential workers can get to work and these are the heroes of today that the doctors the nurses the food delivery people the transit workers were there every day and we owe them more than this Michael we have to have those trains disinfected they have to be clean people ought to know when they get on the train in the morning it's a clean disinfected trained and the homeless aren't being helped either I am is not helping the homeless this is not doing anyone a favor yeah the home was on the train in the middle of a pop public health crisis without masks without any protection so we're not helping anyone it has to change and it has to change now in the MTA has to tell us what we need to do to get the trains disinfected every night only our city transit intern president Sarah Feinberg says and her MTA employees are not the people to tackle this problem so who should be tackling it is at a city hall problem as it is then why P. problem it's not about pointing fingers at this time we're in a very impossible situation I just want to know how to fix it and I will fix it and they have to tell me what they need to fix it the number of homeless are up the N. Y. P. D. have difficulty dealing with the issue the MTA hired a private security guards and with the private security guards do is when they see a homeless person they call three one one which goes back to the NYPD so this makes no sense and if they need more police they should tell me they need more police and we'll figure that out if they ask to reduce train service so they can disinfect trains whatever they need just let them tell me and I will get it done governor Cuomo on W. C. B. S. with Michael
Trump shares CDC guidance warning against improper use of household cleaners
"President trump spent this morning re tweeting guidance for the CDC about the dangers of improper use of household cleaners and disinfectants after his own remarks on the improper use of household cleaners and disinfectants at Thursday's briefing he is saying now that he didn't mean it seriously at Friday's very short briefing a day after sparking the years controversy Mr trump says asking the questions are casting plea to reporters like you just to see what would happen well at least in New York one of the things that apparently happened was people taking the comments seriously the Daily News reports that an unusually high number of new Yorkers contacted city health authorities over fears of ingesting bleach or other household cleaners poison control center thirty possible cases normally they get thirteen in a given day nobody died required
Utah legislators to create guidelines for reopening the state economy
"House speaker Brad Wilson said legislators will create guidelines to start re awakening the state's slumbering economy slumber and his comatose is not carefully methodically as quickly as possible and responsibly by the end of the month state epidemiologist Angela Dunn said during her Daily News conference that the goal of reopening the economy gradually by the end of the month is great to have but it should be done based on data one of the bills considered would create a commission assigned to craft such a framework with three different economic health guidance levels in the state would use that the state could use for a phased reopening the commission would have to present those proposed guidelines to governor Herbert by April tenth twenty second he would then either implement or explain why he is implementing them by the end
Take a Leap of Faith
"How are you happy Monday? Abby Post Easter Sunday you celebrate Easter and you had a very odd way of celebrating yesterday for sure I know I did. You spent half the day. Shearing Al Pack is here on the farm and the good news is we got an Easter. Easter Egg. Found one of our packers. Once we got the offer was was in fact pregnant so we have a baby on the way here in about seven to ten days. Thought you might be but now no good day. It is the daily boost from motivation to move dot com. Way Back in two thousand six crazy idea. I thought maybe I can motivate and inspire you. I thought maybe I had that that power to do that. And if I showed up every single day the least I could do is drag you kicking and screaming to life of your dreams. Maybe I can do that and so I started a long time ago and I learned something within about the first two weeks. I learned that there is no possible way for me to inspire you. That's something I can try to do. It's kind of A. It's kind of side effect of what I do if I do what I do. Some people get inspired. But really that's up to you. It's firing off a spark in your heart to get you going and we've just been doing it everyday. Sunset good heavier today my name is Scott Smith founder chief motivating officer here at motivation to move dot com. So have you noticed? There's a little bit of craziness going on in the world right now. Let me tell you about something. Successful people people that are successfully able to move their life in the direction of their of their choosing what they do every single day number. One they somehow or able to avoid the distraction of the day and there is so much of that right now and and secondly they're able to find their focus and stay on that focus. That's what you should be doing right now while it seems really crazy. During this period of unrest there's a lot of opportunity if you'll spot it but you need to have your mindset in the right place and that's what we do here on the daily boost every single Monday here on itunes and Iheartradio stitcher just pretty much everywhere done it. Since two thousand six the same thing but on Tuesday Wednesday Thursday and Friday the daily buse is still produced commercial free. Promo FOR MOTIVATION DOT com the operation reinvention show where we get together with our members and my wife. Join me on the show with the explicit purpose of saying how can we take what we have now and turn it into something much better something much different maybe than we had before Jennifer longtime? It's fantastic the daily negative email. It's the show. Prep for the for the PODCAST. I write the daily at first then I produced the podcast but a send you the daily news everyday. The daily Click is one hundred fifty character. Text message just to remind you just when you need it just when you need it most about the message of the day and it's very inspiring for fun stuff. If you would like to take advantage of that. I have cut the price of the daily a boost. Premium membership and motivation. We've come first time ever. We've gone from nineteen ninety-five fifty percent off down to nine hundred. I don't know how long we'll keep it. Keep it as long as we need to ninety five. You can keep it forever if you want to but you gotta go now and do it all right so if you like it every single day do me a favor go to motivation move dot com. We don't have a sponsor today so it's those folks who want to join us over there to keep the show going I so appreciate it. Okay with us It IS A. It's a crazy time right now. What else is going on a? He's a crazy right now and it is Monday and every single Monday since about Two thousand six. I think I've been asking. Have you done your homework? I think evolved from folks asking me to give them a challenge to give them an assignment. A lot of folks will say that when I'm done worker with them they'll say Scott. So what am I marching orders? Give me an assignment and I don't mind doing that. I guess but I also know in my case. I never need anybody to be marching orders. I get so excited I go okay. This is what I gotTa do and I go do it. And that's what I want you to get however it does help to get a little bit of a a catalyst to get you going. Doesn't it so oughta Monday when I asked? If you've done your homework I just ask. Have you sat down and paid attention to what you like? Or don't like what's going on either world that you could keep and get more of what would you like to get rid of just paying a little bit of attention now right now? During this great pandemic pause we have what an amazing time. I know. Some folks are so busy. They can't breathe. Other folks are so bored out of their mind. They don't know what to do. Some people are doing just fine. Other people can't get food. I know there's a lot going on. But if you can manage to get yourself away from distraction and focus just a few minutes on where your world is. Now yes start your world and you can expanded your family and friends and everybody start with yours and pay a little bit of attention to it. Watch what happens now. I haven't mentioned too much about my perfect week planner. I used to talk about all the time. It's at motivation to move dot com. I haven't mentioned because I thought well. Maybe it's not quite the timing but then again maybe it is now what I do every single week on a Thursday. I sit down. I plan the next week and my perfectly planner allows me to do that allows we just a look about ten days in advance and decide how I'll spend my time and my focus and then what happens is when people try to decide how I'm going to spend my time and focus for me. I say no thanks. I'm busy or you just ignore them. It's a wonderful way to go if you like it. Just go to motivation who've dot com under the resource section. You'll find it there. Try It maybe you can use it right now during this this massive shift in your life and maybe Maybe have to wait a few weeks. I'm not really sure about that but today I want to get into something. Want to revisit something that I I heard a very long time ago and I listened many many wise people. Do you do that while? Gosh I know you're listening to this show so you're starting pretty well. I A lot of wise people now when I listened to wise people. I advise this for you as well. I don't take it just like okay. Fine whatever he said that sets. I don't do that. I take it in take for consideration. See how it fits into my life and see if it works and works. I try it and if not I get rid of it. And that's all neighbor to so Steve. Harvey is Guys Very Funny Guy. You Know Steve. The comedian right and smart guy and he does a lot of personal development. Work the head. He said great success in his life. And he'll tell you the story is all about it but one of the lessons. That really got me that he was teaching. I may have read it in his book. I'm not sure exactly where this came from. But but he was teaching a lesson about being successful he said you must jump and I wanted to re visit that for you. Because maybe the timing's good for that right now. You must jump now. I've been jumping now for about thirty or forty days when this whole pandemic came down and I have a lot going on already. I said what else can I do? Is this a chance for me to shift? And Kinda Kinda hyper transport myself to another place doing something completely different or maybe some modification what I have right now. I don't even answer that is but can I do it. I have been doing it a big way. You must jump and I will tell you that in working with so many people over the years the hardest thing for me to get anybody to do his jump sometimes. The biggest jump they make is. Download the PODCAST. The biggest jump they make us maybe hire me to coach them or maybe the big ships make is not get out of bed. Not really sure about that but you gotta jump. If you want to be successful you must jump into your dreams. That means you have to understand what your dream all right. You have to take a leap of faith. You have to go for it. You have to jump into your dreams many times. We stand right there on the cliff life and we watch others enjoying the life that you really desire. Have you seen that right now? If you're looking around depending on where you are in a very odd time right now because I get it. There is some people right now that basically are sitting at home still getting paid still doing the job. Other people are out of work and starving and really scared to death. It's really hard to kind of look out there. But say you're having a rough time and you see others that are not can't have you taken to be really focused yourself on that if you're having a difficult time have you taken a minute to look beyond and say well. Who's not because I know me I'll do that if I'm having a difficult time. All look out there and say well. Who's not what are they doing? I want some of that so sometimes we can look out there on this cliff or wherever we are. We're going to go over the edge and we can look at joy what other people are doing that we might like to have. Maybe we just see the bad stuff that we don't WanNa have and and try to say what we do now. I'M GONNA stay right here. I'm not gonNA jump and I don't want to jump off a cliff anyway right. Who wants to do that? Come on or the rally is think of the cliff. Maybe let's think of as an airplane unless you're base jumper anybody who's really been successful or anybody else redefined that anybody who has been able to live the life of their choosing to choose their actions to do the things they want to do has jumped. They jumped so when you finally decide to jump. Guess what happens. Have you ever jumped of airplane? I have several times. I'm a free fall guy. I didn't go through. The entire course. Jumped UP TO INTERFERE AIRPLANE ALL BY MYSELF. A whole bunch of tandem jumps kind of get done with it. I went yeah. It's not that big a deal. I prefer to fly the airplanes and jump out of them. Which is what I did but if you ever jump out of an airplane or if you watch a video of somebody doing it what you notice the parachute does not open right away. It's kind of a takes a few seconds. Doesn't it because it has to fill with air before can slow you down? Sometimes you get around but have you seen that comes out and all said boom. It looks like well. It's not that bad. Trust me but from the ground it looks like it is shake shell over the place but when you jump the shoot fills the air and now you're floating and if you've never done that floating in the wind. I would suggest you do it. Just if you haven't done it just to experience it there is no win by the way you can't hear the win. It's dead silent. It's amazing it's so peaceful but you'd never experience that if you didn't jump in fact a lot of people jump out of an airplane or base jump. Sometimes I see them do that as well because they just want to see if they can do it. You must jump to get what you want in life. I it's GonNa fill but if you don't jump it never will. And that is. The lesson of this is program today.
"daily news" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"To criminal contempt according to the Daily News a spokesperson for the queen's DA's office also says a new full order protection was issued against him he was arrested in June after he showed up at our district office in Jackson heights now this after a judge had already ordered him to keep away he was initially charged with criminal mischief June fifteenth for spring a fire extinguisher on the same floor he did not enter at that time with news time six thirty five the president defending recent comments he made against represented Elijah Cummings Democrat from Maryland saying the comments were not racist he had tweeted yesterday about coming to the city of Baltimore saying the city was quote disgusting broader infested widely denounced by Democrats as racist a top White House aide defended the president today at the White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney the president's speech hyperbolic we absolutely have we seen this type of of reaction from him before yes and you will again because he pushes back he fights back when he feels like he's attacked would would Mr coming said this week was wrong from CBS's face the nation Mulvaney referring to Cummings criticism of the White House border policies and meantime Democrats continue slamming the president for his tweets about Baltimore and Cummings U. S. representative receded claimed Democrat from Michigan hated that is not it we're not gonna get played here especially in the thirteen commercial district we can see it from far away in that he's incompetent that he hasn't been able to follow through on the promises he made and people are hurting more more from farmers to auto workers to the mother that is trying to provide for their children see an in state of the union strong statements regarding potential impeachment today house judiciary chairman Gerald Nadler says he quote personally believes the president richly deserves to be impeached saying again quote violated the law six ways from Sunday he did however stop short of committing to launching an impeachment inquiry but he was out somebody possible time line you have to defend the constitution against these kinds of of of unconstitutional and illegal deeds so we have to make sure that a present who does that pays a penalty so that the neck so it isn't that kind of conduct is not normalized and and and legalized in effect for the next president so we have to do this whatever time frame there is not a some Sian and state of the union Nadler had previously said the report from former special counsel Robert Muller gives substantial evidence as he put it to the president of guilty is guilty of high crimes and misdemeanors an impeachable offense an Iranian diplomat gives his assessment of meetings aimed at keeping a twenty fifteen nuclear quarter place this is touch and go one of the reasons wrongs deputy foreign minister says the atmosphere was constructive on the discussions good at the meeting with representatives from nations the one to salvage an unraveling you clear a cold the minister I did he couldn't say that we have resolved on the.
"daily news" Discussed on podnews
"Quickey getting you up to speed daily from Monday Phebe taint, that's the quickey which launches on Monday. A new daily news podcast, Australia that will get you up to speed on the top stories and deep dive on one topic you need to know more about all in under ten minutes. It's from mama Mia and Omni studio panoply in very tiny have to deal to help megaphone by panel plays advertising partners. Choose the most effective ad creative for campaigns. Meanwhile, family ghosts formerly with panoply is returning. Thanks to a new deal with spoke media, you can expect season two in may. Now a caution if you'll podcast title has the word entrepreneur in it. He might get a legal threat from entrepreneur magazine who has a trademark on the word entrepreneur for podcasts. It's been suing Demane name owners for some time and has already threatened podcast with legal action winter podcast up front two thousand nine. Eighteen we'll give advertisers agencies and media. A I look at the newest partnerships talent and shows slated for two thousand nineteen it's the first such event to be held on the west coast of the USA in Beverly Hills in California on February the twentieth appalled news exclusive wondering is proclaiming over my dead body as the first zeitgeist show of two thousand nineteen without double the download seen by dirty John and Dr death in the same launch window. The podcast network is also celebrating this podcast being number one in the apple podcast chart. Similar Tena Asli in the US, Canada, UK island, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. Allen tapa has looked into radio public's new pod sites products and says it's a good automated option for some and you podcasters group for Asian American creatives producers hosts and editors has opened in New York City. There's a new podcast recording studio in Sheffield in the UK run at rebel base media's headquarters and Emmanuel dot c the co host of Syria. As last season is joining Gimblett to work on reply all aloof, British accents for the win in our newsletter. And in our show notes. We talk about two other new podcasts today Newt's world from Newt Gingrich and equal parts a good new podcast for Valentine's week.
"daily news" Discussed on podnews
"What next is now going to be waiting for you in the morning five and each day. That's what next slates daily news podcasts which launched today at a new time of five AM. It had a short pilot period at the end of last year and undertook surveys of their audience to tweet the show is hosted by Mary Harris, formerly of WNYC Google podcasts. Now, supports formatting and links in podcast show notes. If you're listening to this on Google podcasts, look who we've also spotted the Google podcast is now fully supported in Android auto in the works. Finally are automatic podcast downloads and away of seeing which version of the player you're running in a letter to investors apple had to revise their earnings guidance. Downward MG siegler points out the theme in the letter China. Yes. But also fewer people are updating their iphones, perhaps the too expensive and Apple's future income lies in services rather than hardware. We would notice that the total. Correct podcasting income for apple since launch in two thousand and five has been exactly zero dollars. See is on in Las Vegas in Nevada in the US, expect plenty of noise from Google about Google assistant. Meanwhile, Amazon has not so quietly revealed that they've sold one hundred million Alexa devices Google assistant, however is installed in many more pocket. Costs have said that they plan to allow users of where smart watches, formerly known as Android wear to save podcasts on their watch and therefore enable jogging with podcasts and no phone entail. A podcast with visuals is featuring a new makeup podcast life and lipstick includes product images and links to purchase if you're wondering what the music is in this bit of podcast. Well, the benevolent badger loves you and would like to offer you music, your podcast free of charge says the website, he might even compose especially for you so praised be the badger easily our favorite on. Everest nocturnal mammal of the weasel family, you'll find more of that at benevolent badger dot com.
"daily news" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
"That's simply tragic to hear about trunk and its ownership of the new York. Daily News. It's mishandling of the paper on Monday the paper announced layoffs that affected fifty percent of the staff, and I'm joined by three of the reporters who were let go Erin. Durkan was a reporter covering the city hall bureau covering politics and government, Kerry Burke city reporter, and Chelsea arose. MARCY also a staff reporter at the daily. News. Thank you all for being here with me. Thank you for having me. We're talking to days after the layoffs all of you were on the staff of the paper and from what I've read from what I've heard, the way this went down was was pretty ugly. You know, making a bad situation even worse, Chelsea. Can you tell me what happened that morning? We were told to report to the newsroom at nine AM the day before, and we were all gathered in the middle of the newsroom at nine and one of trunks people came out and he told us that we would all be getting another Email. Soon, and that we would all be divided into groups, and the situation would be handled within those groups situation. Stop forbade him. I, I can't remember exactly, but that was that was definitely essence. It was less than thirty seconds and he walked away and we just all kind of stood there looking at each other dumbfounded, not really knowing what to do what to say to one another. So wondering who was going to be, let go wasn't exactly just how all going to supposed to happen few minutes. But basically it was everybody standing around newsroom waiting day, looking at each other waiting for all the meetings, the meetings we're supposed to be planned in staggered, but it was just a slow attorney till they onto to your phone buzzes and you've got assigned to a room and you went into that room with a group of roughly ten the reporters, they laid you off as a group, multiple groups, groups with Aaron carrying Iraq. Actually in the same room together, we were, yes, we were in there with about a dozen people, I think so. I had an HR executive Email me later in the day from another media. A company and say, this is crazy. What was trunk doing how they do it this way, Aaron was like in the room, what happened? It was very matter of fact, we were told, you know, if you're in this room, that means you know your your positions been eliminated, and then it kind of went straight into the specifics of of the HR situation and how they'll pay you for ninety days or something. Right? Except the not if you get if you get another job within the period they stop paying. So it's severance without the severance and they waffled on that too, because we asked if any kind of freelance work would be considered parts and other job. And they said, well, yes, and then we explain we'll freelance work. Can sometimes only pay for groceries. I mean, especially when you're driving back in after having a staff physician for years, and they said, well, maybe a little bit of freelance work so it it was an indicator to me. I think to the rest of us that they really haven't thought that out or how they were gonna. Deliver that news or even freelance means because a lot of these people aren't journalists so they don't get it. And the next day, Tuesday, the new boss of the daily news basically admitted that there wasn't a strategy for this that there wasn't a plan behind the cuts. Apparently there was it was an arbitrary number that fifty percent was was going to be removed one way or another. It just it just makes me wonder. Is there a sense of why particular roles were eliminated you all recovering various being snow? They, they, I, I've talked to people who are in the meeting and I talked to, I talked to it at Oriel staff and trunk. There was no input from anyone who actually worked at the daily news as to who would stay and who would go. It was someone in Chicago looking spreadsheet. I think they were all just as blindsided as we were. None of the editors had any knowledge of any input or even I don't think any knowledge of who was. Chosen who wasn't..
"daily news" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Mexico census people they're not sending their best they're not sending you they're not sending you they're sending people that have lots of problems and they're bringing those problems with us they're bringing drugs they're bringing crime their rapists and some i assume are good people that was the quote that got turned into trump says all mexicans are rapists and of course i was talking first of all he's talking about clearly illegal immigrants second of all these talking about people who commit crimes on our soil who come across the border illegally immediately clarified it was almost as if he knew i said i don't know that this is true but he he came back with and some i assume are good people the try to maybe counter it but it was too late the damage was john in terms of a corrupt media that is hell bent on stopping him well they did it again yesterday the pick up the cover of one of america's big newspapers the new york daily news i mean it looks really bad it looks really kind of brutal the cover says trump basically spewing hatred towards immigrants i mean it's it's it's a it's a real you he pick up the front of the daily news.
"daily news" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"People they're not sending their best they're not sending you then that sending you there sending people that have lots of problems at they're bringing those problems with us they bring in drugs they're bringing crime their rapists and some i assume good people that was the quote the got turned into trump says all mexicans are rapists you know and of course i we talk first of all i was talking about clearly illegal immigrants second of all he's talking about people who commit crimes on our soil who come across the border illegally he immediately clarified it was almost as if he knew i said i don't know that this is true but he came back with and some i assume are good people the try to maybe counter it but it was too late the damage was done in terms of a corrupt media that is hell bent on stopping him well they did it again yesterday pick up the cover of one of america's big newspapers the new york daily news i mean it looks really bad it looks really kind of brutal the the cover trump basically skewing hatred towards emigrants i mean it's a it's a real you know you pick up the front of the daily news.