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The History of Grand Central Station
"On a snowy january morning in nineteen o to a train operator entering midtown manhattan missed the stop signs. The train pummeled into a danbury express train on fifty sixth street the collision killed fifteen people on impact. At least forty more passengers were bruised and burned and two died within a week at the time it was the worst train accident in new york city. History there had to be a solution for the smoke from the train. Steam engines that fog the tracks. The new york central railroad's chief engineer william j. wilderness. Had a solution while the phrase lightbulb moment may not have been in the popular lexicon yet wilga said his inspiration came to him quote in a flash of light. It was the most daring idea that ever occurred to me. We'll just wanted to demolish the existing grand central depot and swap out all the stations steam powered trains for electric ones. Getting rid of the noxious fumes would help. Train operators see their path ahead. They could even run underground more tracks beneath the surface. Meant less need for bulky. Train sheds on street level. We'll just figured the leftovers space could house retail businesses and encourage private development. He envisioned the new station as a so-called gold mine and he was right today. Grand central terminal is a bustling masterpiece spanning forty eight acres and forty four platforms in the heart of manhattan. It's one of new york's biggest architectural gemstones and arguably one of the most majestic transportation hubs in the world but any building with so much money traffic and history as its fair share of
Millions of Americans Don't Think Biden Won the Election
"Course people are going to getting prepared for the inauguration of someone that millions of americans. Don't think actually won the election. which is problematic. Is it fair to say that. that's problematic. Is it fair to say that we can say that it's problematic and then be demonized thing that it's problematic. This is where we are in america because my parents have seen communism upfront raised me. I write about this in my upcoming book. Fish out of water. That's coming up in In two weeks or less. Actually it's coming out in vicente water. A search for the meaning of life talk about being raised by parents in the shadow of world war. Two all of their memories of growing up of my mother and father lost their fathers when they were ten years old. My dad did my mom. Did they grew up during the war. They saw communism up close They saw the evil of communism a closer. They raised me differently than most americans were raised. And i noticed this growing up when we moved to danbury connecticut. When i was nine we i noticed that all these american kids that i went to public school with because before that i was in a parochial school greek orthodox school where all the greek kids there was a similar sense of the evil Whether the ottoman turks Oppressing degree for four hundred years or whether it was the communist The civil war with the communists right after world war two they all had a sense of evil of communism and that there's evil in the world that we had to be vigilant about america and liberty. And when i moved to danbury connecticut which i write about in fish out of water i noticed that the the kids that had american parents. They didn't have a sense of this. And i kind of think that's kind of where we are why we are where we are now because many americans just don't realize how bad it can get. They've never experienced it now. If you grew up in cuba or your parents grew up in cuba or you came from the soviet union You you know how evil communism is and so. It's one of the reasons that i've gone out on a limb. Some people think perhaps rectal recklessly. But i think when you're facing the possibility of marxism whether it's cultural marxism cancel culture. That's of course how it starts. You have to be vigilant. This is really really. It's not worth hanging back This is this is very very dark stuff so it's one of the reasons that i've been so outspoken. Because i've lived this through my parents. I know what is possible. I know that things don't always turn out. Well
Judge orders release of 17 virus-vulnerable federal inmates in Connecticut
"Has ordered the release of more than a dozen inmates. A globe reporting The order was issued by Judge Michael Shea. Who ordered 17 inmates to be released from a federal prison in Connecticut. By today, he says government officials have been too slow in moving medically vulnerable prisoners to home confinement or furlough to protect them from Cove ID. This order was issued as part of a lawsuit by inmates at the Federal Correctional Institution in Danbury, Connecticut.
John Oliver now has a sewage plant named after him
"The popular comedian now has his name smeared on a sewage plant the saga between John Oliver in the city of Danbury Connecticut has come to a close the comedian made a secret trip to the city last week to cut the ribbon on a sign banning the sewage treatment plant in his honor this all started this summer when the HBO host ripped Danbury in a profane rant on the show the mayor said he had a mind to name the town sewage plant after him but when the mayor said it was just a joke all over press the issue in the city went along with the gag when Oliver offered a donation to the city all of the shared the video of the ribbon cutting on his show Sunday the ceremony was kept private as a public health precaution I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Federal judge blocks Texas governor's order to shut down ballot drop-off sites
"Halted Republican Governor Greg Abbot's order that shutter dozens of mail ballot drop off sites weeks before November's election, and its order dramatically reduced the number of places in Texas where voters could drop off mail ballots authorizing on Ly one for every county, no matter the size. Move brought swift accusations of voter suppression from Democrats and voting rights groups. Danbury, Connecticut
"danbury" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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Danbury, Connecticut will name sewage plant after John Oliver - The Guardian
"HBO comedian John Oliver unloaded on last week tonight with John Oliver with an expletive filled tirade on his show, blasting the city's charming railways Museum and historic Heart Stone Castle. Mayor Mark Broden tries to get the last laugh, though, by renaming the city sewage plants in honor of Oliver. Oliver was discussing racial disparities on Connecticut Juries. Its not clear why Danbury in particular set him off, right. It's a 20. It is good to be Apple
John Oliver ‘honored’ in Connecticut: Mayor names sewer plant after him
"John Oliver has long used his platform mark government agencies and public officials. Now the tables have turned The mayor of Danbury, Connecticut, has named a local sewer plant after the British born comedian after he marked Danbury on his August 16th show. The mayor said it a post on Facebook quote. Why? Because it's full of blank like you, John Oliver Memorial Sewer Plant
State Declares COVID-19 Alert for Danbury
"I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom as many states struggle to contain Cove in 19 the positivity rate in New York at a record low marking the 15th consecutive day below 1%. Governor Andrew Cuomo said today there were four virus deaths in the state in the latest number. Danbury, Connecticut residents lined up today to get tested for the virus. This after health officials warn of a significant spike in covert 19 cases in the city. The spike prompted the state Department of Public Health to issue a cove in 19 alert for Danbury last night. Officials on Friday confirmed in nearly 200 new cases reported since the beginning of August, including 40 for in just the past 24 hours, seven seems to be an unlucky number lately for the subway system. We hear more on that from Bloomberg's Dinis Pellegrini. Vandalism on the seven train could soon affect service for those who rely on the line to travel between Queens and Manhattan, New York one reports. Vandals have smashed dozens of windows on several subway trains over the past few months, and the vandalism has happened so often, the empty says it has gone through its stockpile of replacement glass now. Each time this happens, the MTV has to pull the train out of service for hours to replace the windows. Plus it costs about $500 apiece and the M T. A is now facing a total of about $300,000 in damage from the vandalism. And this comes at a time when it's already struggling financially because of the pandemic. Did he spell a gritty Bloomberg radio? As
"danbury" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"The alarm of a British attack on Danbury Connecticut on April twenty sixth seventeen seventy seven although as we noted when we talked about her there is no primary source documentation of that ride it in eighteen thirteen Laura Secord raise the alarm of an incoming American attack on British forces on foot this was during the war of eighteen twelve record was the wife of James record who had been serving as a sergeant in the first link and Melissa when he was injured in the battle of Queenston heights his wife rescued him from the battlefield personally after the fighting was over while Laura was nursing James back to health American troops occupied Queenston in present day Ontario where they lived after the C. courts were forced to house some American officers Laura overheard them talking about a planned attack on British forces at beaver dams who were under the command of James fitzgibbon since James her husband James Secord was still recovering Laura decided that she would raise the alarm herself it was about thirty two kilometers or twenty miles away at Laura Secord made this trip on foot through occupied territory taking a really winding route over difficult terrain to try to avoid detection she arrived on June twenty second or twenty third eighteen thirteen and on the twenty fourth the incoming American force was ambushed by a First Nations fighting force that was allied with the British the American force which number about five hundred men ultimately surrendered before British reinforcements arrived as was true of Sybil Luddington there was no mention of C. chords warning in the official reports however unlike leading ten Secord petition the government for a pension leader in her life this led James fitz gibbon to testify that yes the court had warned him of the incoming attack so we do have an official statement from someone who was actually there it's not clear whether C. chords warning arrived ahead of the indigenous scouts who also brought fits given the same intelligence but her trip definitely did happen the petition for her pension was also unsuccessful but Albert Edward prince of Wales who would later become emperor the seventh did award her one hundred pounds another parallel between civil weddings and and Laura Secord is that they have both become really heavily mythologized and commemorated especially in a whole lot of children's literature there's also a candy company that bears Laura Secord the name I think listeners has us Laura Secord chocolate before that company was started in nineteen thirteen by Frank P. o'connor who named it after her and there's there are six things that also happened in Canada which I guess is really five things that also happened in Canada and one thing that also happened in the United States most of them terrible yes do you have terrible email I mean it depends on whether you find Sir Walter Raleigh's had funny what's clear blue so this is from Susanna and Susanna says hello Holly Tracy thank you for your podcast on Sir Walter Raleigh I grew up in a small English town that was home to Sir Walter for awhile then immigrated to the U. S. and specifically to Raleigh North Carolina given this you would think I would know more about him alas I did not what you said you knew in the opening was about all I knew with the addition of thinking that he was beheaded for his marriage to Beth thank you for filling in all my gaps I would like to take it a moment fifteen pause and say I am so glad I'm not the only person who seems like I should know a lot more about Sir Walter Raleigh than I did when I started on that episode to return to the letter I wanted to let you know about a Sir Walter Raleigh legend but I grew up with Sir Walter Raleigh was given Sherburne Cassel ask them a link to that website which is in the town I am from rumor has it that in the nineteen seventies some Americans were working on the lake as they were working Sir Walter in ghost form walked on the lake toward them holding his head under his arm the Americans ran and refused to finish the work on the lake I'm sure this is not true but it is a fun story I myself have had an experience with ghosts in this castle so maybe it was a different cast and not Sir Walter side note my uncle worked at this castle for his whole working career and he has many many ghost stories thank you for all your amazing episodes I also saw you live in Raleigh a few months ago which I really enjoyed Susanna thank you Susannah for this note and for this story that I found very funny just the idea of the workers' let me like no got to go expect me up a little bit and also thank you for coming to our show would rally we had a very good time there.
"danbury" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Great David in Danbury Connecticut David Huron Schmidt welcome thanks for holding thanks for your patience thank you missus net yes so I I I do have a question it is going in the twenty twenty cents a litre beginning training now for we have been booked up fingerprints and background checks everything beginning training yeah really thank you much about virus enough going door to door everything will not return mail and I want to hear your opinion regarding that you think that we should possibly postpone it said twenty twenty one that's a very good point that could happen the bulk of the census results are mailed back you know and of course those that don't respond they get the physical door knock in many many cases you know David it's it's very very interesting that you bring this up because you're not gonna believe this earlier today I saw a census commercial I was flipping around between fox and CNN and MSNBC and I saw the census commercial about how it's you know twenty twenty it's a sense this year it's important for your local communities to get the federal governmental support they need by having an accurate census count I saw the commercial earlier today and David you're not gonna believe this I was about to put out a tweet and I got distracted I was about to tweet out earlier today I wonder if this corona virus issue is going to affect the timeline of the twenty twenty census and I was going to tweet out I got distracted I didn't put that tweet out and then here you are that's that's a pretty pretty amazing it just stops and I'm just going through my mind just a training right now it's going to happen is for the training and they really haven't said too much about it I'm just curious to know what would your opinion be I'd you think that we should contact you over the twenty twenty one for a special circumstance and still do it within the next ten years also.
"danbury" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Maier owe over three thousand in Columbus over three felt K. wow right thank you three thousand people per game or what else you have going on in the cities Elmira yeah just bad drug habits in a remote yeah that's what I think I said this guy because the closest team to us Danbury I guess I guess Danbury Connecticut is that Danbury Connecticut like Danbury Mississippi is still open you don't know I do wonder I used to obviously drive around a lot with yellow mia and you'd end up in some very weird just remote areas is there like a member driving a Colgate once what do you do around here like there's nothing just drink but then you find strip malls and you find a bowling alley and movie theater and it's the same as anywhere yeah you just drink you hang out you gossip you go to work so we have no water to water down at Danbury Friday March thirteenth your goal you gotta make sure it's been very good at it it's kind of a standard how far is Danbury from here hi any idea too far no one's going to Danbury for a democracy I did ask that question as to how far is it why do you say it dom because no one's going to Danbury Connecticut to go to a hockey game you gotta say dis of bands okay do you live around the block in Danbury yes but I'm saying you guys are going to look into this is silly I think boomers actually into it I had a guy who called me because I can get these guys take it yeah we have our own four dollars we get in the Danbury yes so me now hour and a half well it's it's a little further up yeah the travelers is further than that isn't it transferable or nine hours a lot of rondo no that would be a hike you know what are the the problem is is I'm looking at their schedule so they play Watertown like three games in a row so by the time you you meet in the third game yes sick of them that's why they had these big fights what happens man well it's like they play like a lot of the teams bad blood you know back to back games that's why man builds up builds up frustration back at those all right speaking of hockey here's another in New Jersey Devils box office blitz you can win a pair of tickets to see the penguins in the devils tomorrow night a.
A Very Long Word
"What is the longest word in the English language? Well I think it's disputed at least if you consult youtube videos out there and people reading what is claimed to be the longest word so I don't know but I have a word for you. I'm not saying it's the longest but I'm saying it's very long or you ready. Its disestablishment ISM by my count. That's ten syllables. What is disestablishment terrorism? Well first we need to know what is establishmentarian ISM and for that. Let's go back all the way. Back to. Constantine in three hundred and their constantine not only legalized Christianity but he enacted laws that made it preferential to be a Christian and we have the beginnings of an established state church. This rolls on through the Middle Ages. By the time we get to Christmas Day. Eight hundred we see a zenith of this establishmentarian. Ism Pope Leo. The third is Crowning Charlemagne Holy Roman emperor and so through the Middle Ages. We have an established church. This was also true. The reformers we sometimes use the designation magisterial reformers. That's not to say that the reformers were grand or authoritative magisterial as a reference to the magistrate. And so whether was Calvin and Calvin S or Lutheran the Lutheran or the Anglicans or the presbyterians there was a view of an interdependence of church and state the group that was opposed to that where the Anna Baptists the during the reformation period. But it's really in the modern age that we begin to see establishmentarian as key piece of this is William Penn. The quaker in sixteen eighty one King Charles. The second deeded land to William Penn and the next year he settled his province later colony leader State of. Penn's woods and you put woods into the Latin and you have. Pennsylvania was established as a colony of religious freedom but for the most part the colonies had an established a tax supported church even after the revolutionary wars these colonies became states. We see them carry on in this establishmentarian practice in fact it's up until eighteen thirty five. That Massachusetts has a state supported. Church the Congregational Church well back. In seventeen eighty six. There was a key piece of legislation. It was entitled the Virginia Statute of Religious Freedom It was written by Thomas Jefferson and promoted this idea of religious freedom. Then we go into the constitution of the United States which was written in seventeen eighty seven was enacted in seventeen eighty nine and in seventeen ninety one. The first ten amendments were ratified and famously. The First Amendment says Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion prohibiting the free exercise thereof or abridging the freedom of speech or of the press or of the right of the people peaceably to assemble and to petition the government for redress of grievances. So in those first two clauses we have what are known as the establishment clause. That is there will be no establishment of religion and the free exercise clause which is the positive side of that of promoting the freedom of religious expression we sometimes hear the expression of separation of church and state. That's actually not in. The constitution came in a letter in Eighteen. O To a letter from Thomas Jefferson. Who was president at the time to the Danbury Baptist Association and he interpreted the First Amendment as thus building the wall of separation between Church and state in many ways has been interpreted since then but it is not language that is in the constitution. But we do have is a disestablishment terrorism as the First Amendment of the bill of rights. Well there you have it along history for a long word and there are many opinions about this word. This word of many syllables. This establishmentarian.
"danbury" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
"For more details the Danbury raid that I covered today was another of the fairly minor raids that I've covered for the spring of seventeen seventy seven because they had a significance beyond the rates themselves selves. The Dan very rate had a particular impact on two generals that have discussed a great deal in our story so far. One of those generals is is David. Wooster I've been a bit down on general wooster. In many of my past episodes. He did not seem to get along with many of his fellow officers. There's and did not seem particularly happy with the way he was being treated. Never got over the fact that after being named a Brigadier General at the formation Mation of the continental army he never got promoted to major general although he was ranked number four in the continental army at its inception he watched thirteen other men get promoted past him even though he thought he should have started the war. As a Major General I've tended to portray wooster as a bit arrogant and perhaps thought better of himself and he really was. But that's probably not hard to say about any of the generals. He also did not do much. That was particularly impressive but one could probably say the same thing about many of his fellow generals who did get promoted promoted past him. In any event it's hard to attack a guy who regardless of the politics was willing to jump on his horse and ride bravely into you battle when needed even more so when he ended up fighting bravely in battle and in doing so gave his life for his country at the end of the day. You just can't be critical of a leader who sacrificed everything and remained loyal to the end. I wish I could say the same thing about the other brigadier ear who fought that day for the Continental Army General Benedict. Arnold was also frustrated by his lack of promotions. He certainly did have an amazing amazing combat leadership record but also saw himself passed by many arguably lesser generals like Worcester Arl also jumped on his horse. I and road bravely into battle that day just like he had many times before and after even despite his complaints with his fellow officers had arnold died at Danbury like Worcester did we would've remembered arlt as one of the best combat generals of the war. His heroics on this day would result in him finally getting that promotion to major general and he would go onto perform many more heroics that were critical to the outcome of the war as he would fight in many more battles in the years ahead but Arnold did not die at Danbury or in any of the future battles he fought in he would go on to commit treason at the highest level and go down in infamy as a result I hope. That's not a spoiler for anyone. In any any event Danbury was another one of those great battle moments for General Arnold before he reached his final and very disappointing conclusion. Asian in any event. If you wanna read more about the Danbury raid. This week's book recommendation is call to arms the Patriot militia Russia. In the seventeen seventy seven British raid on Danbury Connecticut. I Stephen Darlie. This is one of the few books around that focuses just on on the Danbury raid. It's not really a narrative it's more a collection of biographies of the People Involved and short stories about the events events that surrounded the raid. Much of it is also reprinted. Primary documents such as pension applications of the men involved in the raid. If you're you're looking for some gripping read and exciting narrative this may not be the book for you. It's more a compilation of records with a little commentary. The book is relatively short at less than three hundred pages. Total and was first published in two thousand fifteen the author Steven Darlie is as an amateur historian. Who spent most of his life working in another field and took up writing in retirement? He's written two other books involving the revolution. All three involve events where benedict. Arnold was a key player. Mr Darlene is also active in several historical organizations in.
Ohio wildlife park fire kills 10 animals
"As many as ten animals are now dead after a fire at a wildlife park in northern Ohio one three the fire started last night at a bar in at the African safari wildlife park in port Clinton just east of Toledo Danbury township police officer Carolyn to more says at least ten animals perished two were able to escape the park will says no humans were hurt and they're still accepting the loss of wildlife the park will be closed as the investigation
"danbury" Discussed on 710 WOR
"There yes they do and southwest Connecticut to Danbury hand even around just north of Bridgeport frost adviser charm of bottom line is the chapters for tomorrow morning usually the colder so far this year the season what's called that since last winter let's just put it that way and the weather's going to stay below average for a couple of days average high is a sixty eight today sixty five ins for scuttled Lee out there got some spotty drizzle and fog and clouds around but we should look better by the afternoon with that sixty five on the north northwest breeze tonight clear and cold because almost ten below average in the city forty six in the city and the surrounding suburbs sunshine to be around tomorrow fifty nine degrees now you get western north of the city and fibers in the mid forties suburbs we may see some of those thirties around Joe maybe in your backyard thirty eight thirty nine so it's gonna be chill it's about once a light jacket tomorrow morning maybe have your jacket first time I said that sunshine of fifty nine tomorrow afternoon so barely near sixty tomorrow Sunday mostly cloudy with highs in the low seventies over the Yankee game today does look across some pleasant weather I'll say brisk but really not bad how Watson sunsets also Joe temperatures will start dropping up pretty quickly relatively speaking so you definitely have of this water isn't exactly at least at least you have to live we all right meteorologist restaged with a forecast now at five all for this report try to buy discovered something amazing this government is all the cash back earned at the end of your first year automatically with no limit to how much. people a year are getting their cash back now.
"danbury" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"In Danbury, Connecticut. Bob, welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Hi, I listen to you guys every night. Thank you. I wanna say you touched on it a little while ago. It's capitalism. The consumer is pending the market. There were they want big trucks. They want to buy big trucks. Yes. Tariffs are going to raise the price of steel. Guess what? They're still buying them. Affecting them. The market. That's what's supposed to happen. They don't want to buy a cruise. Out buying it. Shutting a factory you mean, the Chevy volt or the Chevy Cruz Chevy cruiser dropping to Chevy Cruz driving, Nicole our business. I tell you what you can have the best less gas goes up to five six dollars per gallon. The American public could care less about bridge. Plug ins. Yeah. You're right. Well, and they're willing to pay for SUV's and trucks. But here's the problem. The government adding three hundred dollars unnecessarily to the cost of any vehicle is never a good thing. That's never a positive. And what we're and what we're talking about. The the disconnect that seems to be between President Trump and the automobile companies, which are he believes that we can make the cars in the United States. That's his goal to make the cars in the United States and sell them. Elsewhere. He's making it harder. I don't believe it's going to happen to begin with. But the fact of increasing the cost of steel and aluminum and in NAFTA too. If that gets passed, which he has promoted as the best part of the new NAFTA, which would increase the cost of building a vehicle and increase the cost or parts of cars made in North America. Which is because remember North America's free trade acts and changed the Mexico United States and Canada. Yeah. It's not it's not going to happen the president. And again, I'm only this isn't me saying the president stated his goal yesterday. The goal is to make cars in the United States and sell them. Elsewhere the government increase in the cost by bother. It's a penny or whether it's ten dollars or whether it's three hundred dollars or a thousand dollars makes it less likely that that car will be built with the United States and sell sold. Elsewhere. I don't think that's the business model the car companies looking at any way, but the president is the one that is sticking to that narrative, right, right? So I'm just addressing what the president is is stating as he did again yesterday. Well, and again when you look at the the raw materials costs, it's not just vehicles. I know we're talking I know we're talking about the GM effect, but it's not just vehicles. Because what are you looking at any given household in the purchases that they're going to make a appliances and everything else again, it's completely unnecessary. The government can if the government gets out of the way and let the private sector do what it does best. We go to marry in Saint Charles, Illinois. Mary your Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Thank you. Welcome back. You guys. Hope you had a good thanksgiving. Thanks. Thank you. I missed you. We own this yard here. Anyway, looking at your last statement, you know, about it depicting alive thing in vehicles that I'm sure it is. But I think at the beginning of win the tariffs were discussed the president made it a point. And I think he hopes that we're gonna just all back because China especially would love for us to all be disgruntled here. So they don't have to develop a fair trade balance data wanted we're in Kazan for what almost a trillion right now. So. That's where it's wrong. We're not into anybody and unequal trade balance. And this what the president thinks he believes it's a zero sum game. He believes that only selling the product is what makes a successful economy, not buying a product both both are necessary now man, and and the president remember they just came out last week when we're on vacation the trade deficit between China and the United States has drastically gone up. It hasn't gone down. It's gone up under President Trump. So yeah. Because they've gone up to us. You know, we're buying more. Our economy was doing greater so we're buying more. We're buying more China goods, not not not fewer or because the tariffs have gone in. We're still buying more. And they're buying less than us. But it's not changing the equation. How do we get the trade imbalance? That's not the goal again. That's that never should be the goal. And you notice the president is originally two goals. You're right is was his goal you notice. He hasn't talked about it at all in the last. Couple of months isn't mentioned the trade balance at all. Because I agree with it. Because I think the trade imbalance with China with Japan with South Korea with other places is way out of line. And. What is in line? Well, he's actually want a zero balance. No Craig care, period. So we don't know. No, no, no, no, no. You're confusing terrorists would trade balance. What is an acceptable trade balance with China? Well,.
CBS entertainment chief defends network amid Moonves allegations
"Since two thousand eight, I'm Ann Cates And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg. World headquarters Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing which makes chips for the iphone, and other devices detailed it's progress in recovering from a computer virus in an. E mail TSMC said that. Eighty percent of the fabrication tools affected by. A virus outbreak, Friday evening had been restored and that it expects a full recovery on Monday, the Taiwanese company said the. Incident, would delay shipments and warned of reduced revenue of forty two billion dollar merger to create what would become the world's largest gas producer. Is facing an unexpected hurdle from the US, antitrust regulator that could derail the deal the Federal Trade Commission indicated it wants Germany's Lind and. Danbury Connecticut-based. Praxair to sell more assets before it approves are deal that's according to land today. In a statement to the markets wind and noted a higher likelihood that the requirement may push. Total asset disposal Zell's to beyond what would be acceptable to it in the merger deal Venezuela's security forces are making a. Wave of arrests after an attack by explosive-laden drones during a military parade that wounded officers but left President Nicolas Maduro unharmed. Venezuela's interior minister said this afternoon a thirties had arrested six, people and had raided Caracas hotels for evidence and more arrests could take place CBS is entertainment chief, defended his, network as a safe and welcoming place to work CBS entertainment president Kelly call told reporters today at a meeting intended to promote its fall TV schedule that CBS isn't. Saying it's perfect, this came amid allegations against CBS CEO less moon vez six women. Alleged harassment or misconduct by Moonves between the nineteen eighties and two thousand article in the New Yorker magazine global news twenty four hours a day on air and it ticked back on Twitter powered by more than. Twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer.
Virus shuts down factories of major iPhone component manufacturer TSMC
"Man Cates And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing which makes chips for the iphone and other devices detailed it's progress in recovering from a computer virus. In an E mail TSMC said that eighty percent. Of the fabrication tools affected by a virus outbreak on Friday had been restored and that it expects. Full, recovery tomorrow the Taiwanese company said. The incident would delay shipments and, warned of reduced revenue of forty two billion dollar merger to create what, would, become the world's largest gas producer is facing an unexpected hurdle from. The US antitrust regulator that could derail the deal the Federal. Trade Commission indicated it wants Germany's Lind and Danbury, Connecticut-based Praxair to sell more assets before it approves their deal. That's according to lend, it today in a statement to the markets will ended noted a higher likelihood. That the require Arment may push total asset disposals to beyond what would be acceptable to it in the merger deal playing hardball. With China on trade is working that according to President Donald Trump last night in Ohio he told supporters at a rally. That China is looking at a dropping Chinese stock market as a result of tariffs and is quote talking to us The Wall Street Journal citing unidentified people familiar with, the matter reports Goldman Sachs is appointing Jim Esposito as, the new, global head of its trading arm the, report says s busy tow will run the securities division alongside current executive shook Vardon the Brexit negotiations are more likely to end. In failure than, success that according to UK international. Trade secretary Liam Fox FOX told the Sunday, Times in an interview there's a sixty, percent likelihood of a no deal outcome global news twenty four hours a day on air and it ticked up on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in, more than one hundred twenty countries, I'm Susanna Palmer this.
Linde-Praxair $42 billion merger threatened by FTC demand
"With tourists at least. Twelve people died when a quake hit the same island a week ago I'm Christopher cruise and I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters of forty, two billion dollar merger to create what, would become the world's largest gas. Producer is facing an unexpected hurdle from the US antitrust regulator that could derail the deal the Federal. Trade Commission indicated, it wants, Germany's Lind and Danbury Connecticut-based Praxair to sell more assets before it approves, their, deal that's according to lend. It, today in a statement to the markets will ended noted a higher likelihood that the requirement May push total asset disposals to beyond what would be acceptable to it in the merger deal playing hardball. With China on trade is working that according to President Donald Trump last night in Ohio he told supporters at a rally. That China is looking at a dropping Chinese stock market as a result of tariffs and is quote talking to us Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing which makes. Chips for the iphone and other devices detailed it's progress in recovering from. A, computer virus in an E. Mail TSMC said that eighty percent of the fabrication tools affected. By a virus outbreak on Friday had been restored and that it expects full recovery tomorrow the Taiwanese company said the incident would delay, shipments and warned of reduced revenue ins meds long drug is to face FDA questions. This week. On safety, and efficacy, Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett reports in spreads Allah says a proposed treatment for adult patients with non tuberculosis. Myo 'Bacterial lung disease caused by Myo 'Bacterial Avium complex will face questions on the drug safety in relation to its effect on Tuesday the FDA panelists to discuss the drugs, clinical benefit evidence of its effectiveness, and safety Greg Jarrett Bloomberg radio global news twenty four hours a day on air hand picked up on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred Journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this. Is Bloomberg This, is Bloomberg opinion, on Bloomberg. Radio bring you news comments and insights from. Bloomberg opinions worldwide team of editors and columnists I'm June Grosso coming up on the show a look at the gerrymandering wars already underway. For the midterm elections also on the show how starbuck. Sees its future outside high-cost cities but first experts have long been warning.
"danbury" Discussed on WLOB
"Two six let's talk to pete in danbury connecticut you are on the jim bohannon show thank you for taking my call walter i have a couple of things guests alex number one i think everybody recognizes as very dangerous at the border with age is being shot at and all that number two yes definitely we need to keep the kids with the parents yes but the thing is i wanted to false or true on this is it true that i heard this and i've used it on the internet that the old system was that when people got caught they got fingerprinted and that was on paper and then they were kicked out of the country now i understand that these people were coming back in the country using false id's so i got very smart and so they uploaded all the fingerprints are on paper into databases and they were catching these people coming back in and using false i is that false or true so i haven't heard anything about the false i d situation in the way that you described it but in the case of the border patrol agents i have done some research on how dangerous it is and it's one of the more safe law enforcement jobs in the united states border patrol agents are less likely than normal police should be to time the line of duty they're less likely to get shot in the line of duty they're less likely to actually get murdered than native born americans who aren't in any kind of law enforcement at all so it's not the safest job in the world i think we'd say there is a risk there but it's not a war zone and thanks for calling every day cops.
"danbury" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Michael in danbury michael how are you yes guys year but that was that was a heads up veteran play do more of that the players should do more of that i mean that's what enabled them to come i thought that was tremendous i'm really happy for him that he got that at least and the other thing is they would they would down to the last out right nobody on john and and they were down by two runs you know what that reminds me of what must remind does don't don't they don't do games obviously if no there's no comparison between the teams of the circumstances but i i couldn't help but remember that you know that's the kind of remember it because it ain't gonna happen for very long cherish it but i gotta tell you is i'm watching this happened last last night and all i saw by the way it was the ninth inning because i'm watching golf that's all i saw and i knew they were losing to one and i jumped as soon as i went to went to the met game three one he gives up another run.
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"Of the northeast babies shirley smith reports a series of deadly storms rolled through leaving a path of destruction in connecticut the mayor of danbury said a man was killed when a tree fell on his truck a teenager suffered serious injuries when he was hit by the roof of the dugout on a baseball field the millennium old girl from newburgh new york was killed when a large tree fell onto the car she was in police say she and her mother were unloading the car when the strong winds knocked the tree into the vehicle in addition to the deaths and injuries flights were delayed in and out of the region and hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses were left without power i'm shirley smith an experimentally bowl of vaccine will be used in the congo to fight against an outbreak announced last week this is the ninety bowler outbreaking congo since nineteen seventy six when the deadly disease was first identified the world health organization says congo has thirty nine suspected probable and confirmed cases of a bowler since april including nineteen deaths congo's ministry of health is requested that the w h o send four thousand doses of the vaccine they should arrive by the end of the week the vaccination campaign will i target health workers three nurses are among those with suspected cases and another is among the dead teams on site of already identified more than three hundred and fifty contacts who are people who have had contact.
California medical center explosion that killed woman may have been intentional
"The us would agree to lift sanctions on north korea if it agreed to completely dismantle its nuclear weapons program a us government expert on north korea told reuters that north korea may also be trying to gauge whether mr trump is willing to walk away from the meeting an explosion rocked a southern california medical office building yesterday killing a woman and injuring three other people the blast reportedly blue siding off the walls of a building in the town of aliso viejo exposing insulation and framing as well as damaging a first floor suites aliso viejo is about twenty five miles south of anaheim paul delacour with the fbi field office in los angeles says the cause of the explosion remained a mystery and thirties did not rule out the possibility that a bomb may have been set off the evidence response team is beginning to do a thorough miss methodical search of the current scene and determine what the nature of the explosion was that'll that'll lead us more precisely to what was the motivation behind the explosion the associated press says the explosion is being investigated as intentional and may have come from a package early reports indicated that a car may have crashed into the building causing the explosion but authorities soon been ruled that out at least three people have been killed nearly half a million customers in the northeast were left without power due to a severe storm that passed through last evening it including lightning thunderstorms flash flooding hail big winds and possibly tornadoes an eleven year old girl was killed in newburgh new york by a falling tree while her mother suffered minor injuries in danbury connecticut one person died after a tree fell on his truck a third person was killed by a falling tree in new fairfield connecticut mark bowden is the mayor of danbury connecticut where wind gusts reached eighty miles an hour we did have one serious injury where a young and was hit by the dugout which is ripped off the dugout baseball field shares condition right now hail the size of baseballs fell in columbia county new york regional train service was suspended stranding thousands during the evening commute conditions were so bad in newburgh that.
Powerful Storms Pound Northeast, Leaving at Least 2 Dead
"Response from israel defense forces steve kastenbaum new york it's eleven passed now major storms tore through the northeast last night at least two people were killed more on the system that brought high winds and heavy rains through the region from john lawrence golf ball sized hail pounded socrates new york damaging vehicle windshields and rear view mirrors a severe storm raged through the northeast on tuesday authorities confirm at least two other related deaths one in newburgh new york where an eleven year old girl was killed when a tree fell on the car she was in there was a second incident in danbury connecticut gentleman who was killed in a truck while he was trying to wait out the storm we did have one serious injury where a young man was hit by the dugout which is ripped off of the dugout baseball field a man in suburban pittsburgh barely avoided the same fate is afraid to get out of the truck i didn't know if it was coming through the truck or whatever i couldn't get out my door the heavy rains flooded some areas like frederick maryland where dozens of people were trapped on a commuter train and thousands of passengers were stranded in new york's grand central station when storm related damage affected service i've heard stories reported of tornadoes all the way in our upper part of our system in beacon new york in particular and we're concerned about what damage that is caused system as well the national weather service says the storms will stick around the east coast for the next few days i'm john lawrence reporting coming up on thirteen past blue lives matter when america in the morning returns after these messages who nine that's one eight hundred six seven nine nine six nine w h.
132-pound tumor removed from woman's abdomen
"Volcano trump in the nra i'm tim maguire the ap news been lava flowing from the kilowatt volcano on hawaii's big island is threatening homes forcing evacuations stephen clapper's tells k h o m that he and his family had to leave quickly so we started checking out and then somebody else stops hey that's right there it's flowing now you need to get out some seventeen hundred people have left their homes at least two houses have been destroyed the volcanoes also set off a swarm of earthquakes the largest a magnitude six point nine at the nra convention in dallas president trump talked about the school shooting and parkland florida and increasing schools security finally all of us agree that we must heart certain schools at the same time the police have to be able to get into those schools if there's a problem trump also told members of the gun group he's fighting to protect their second amendment rights i'm tim maguire a woman is recovering after having a tumor removed from her abdomen ap's at jackie quinn reports this operation was a little more involved because it weighed more than one hundred pounds doctors at danbury hospital in connecticut say the thirty eight year old patient was suffering from several issues because of that one hundred thirty two pound tumor which formed on an ovary the woman sought medical care because he started rapidly gaining weight about ten pounds a week over a twomonth period the tumor was benign but because it was sitting on a major blood vessel doctors were worried about her heart and she was malnourished because it affected her digestive tract the surgery was done in february with a team of twenty five doctors the lead physician says twenty five pound tumors are not unheard of but one hundred thirty two pounds is pathologists are doing to testing to try to determine why the tumor grew so quickly i'm jacky quin free train rights are being offered for young europeans to explore the continent the european union kicked off the discover e you project thursday giving up to thirty thousand eighteen year olds free rail tickets to.
"danbury" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio
"Six here is pete in danbury connecticut hello pete hey jim talking about civility and talking about the dreamers there are ways to be several in deal with you legal immigrants i personally i'm a republican in danbury connecticut area and i do believe in border security the simple reason is there is health standards that this country must go by we have to filter out disease coming into this country very important as for president trump talking about why we shouldn't have more immigrants from say europe there's nothing wrong with that i mean i think that the ins should be fair on if they put out a lottery it should be fair it should be open to talk on countries and the other thing is you got to realize is we should i in my opinion we should keep some priority to our nato allies are countries they're going to stand up in back of us if you know god forbid something happens like a war i think that there should be priority given tha that but look we have to have border security there's no way around it we cannot allow terrorists to come openly across our borders and you got the disease factor and again as in my opinion we can be civil when dealing with say dreamers hey look they're illegals i mean look if i go speeding down the road and i'm going to fifty five and i go seventy five and i gotta ticket you know there's something wrong with that i mean that is reckless driving so there should in law enforcement should play this no in other words they should be selective enforcement.
"danbury" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Here is pete in danbury connecticut hello pete hey jim talking about stability and talking about the dreamers there are ways to be several in deal with you legal immigrants i personally i'm a republican in danbury connecticut area and i do believe in border security the simple reason is there is health standards that this country must go by we have to filter out disease coming into this country very important as for president trump talking about why we shouldn't have more immigrants from say europe there's nothing wrong with that i mean i think that the ins should be fair on if they put out a lottery it should be fair it should be open to dog on countries and the other thing is you got to realize is we should in my opinion we should keep some priority to our nato allies are countries they're gonna stand up in back of us if you know god forbid something happens like a war i think that there should be priority given to that but look we have to have border security there's no way around it we cannot allow terrorists to come openly across our borders and you got the disease factor and again as in my opinion we can be civil when dealing with say dreamers hey look they're illegals i mean look if i go speeding down the road and i'm gonna fifty five and i go seventy five and i get a ticket you know there's something wrong with that i mean that is reckless driving so there should and law enforcement should play this no in other words they should be selective enforcement.
"danbury" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Here is pete in danbury connecticut hello pete hey jim talking about stability and talking about the dreamers there are ways to be civil in deal with illegal immigrants i personally i'm a republican in the damn berry connecticut area and i do believe in border security the simple reason is there is health standards that this country must go by we have to filter out disease coming into this country it's very important as for president trump talking about why we shouldn't have more immigrants from say europe there's nothing wrong with that i mean i think that the ins should be fair on if they put out a lottery it should be there should be open dog on countries and the other thing is you got to realize is we should i in my opinion we should keep some priority to our nato allies are countries that they're going to stand up in back of us if you know god forbid something happens like a war i think that there should be priority given to that but look we have to have border security there's no way around it we cannot allow terrorists to come openly across our borders and you got the disease factor and again as in my opinion we can be civil when dealing with say dreamers hey look they're illegals i mean look if i go speeding down the road and i'm going to fifty five and i go seventy five and i get a ticket you know there's something wrong with that i mean that is reckless driving so there should and law enforcement should play this no in other words they should be selective enforcement okay if you're in this country legally it should be handled just like if you're going down the road and you reckless driving so that is very important in my opinion so great show and take care of thank you very much appreciate your thoughts and your call one eight six six five o jimbo our number one eight.
"danbury" Discussed on WDRC
"Good in danbury in ghana tom curran jerry three do you their mona mom mm the green bay dan three oh my god and every day johnson why do you no oh no you'll make me easily sharif.
"danbury" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM
"Vinyl show okay under if i don't think either comeback ride danbury joe grandma that's how it's there you go i don't think either of you understood what i was trying to ask i think we understood the perfectly and you're welcome forgive knew that live demonstration now all right the you ready do you say what's over his us there are my time with that stupid metallica eight o'clock he come back on at eight o'clock because we did step all over your right at the woman claims that day after her son now watch the show thirteen reasons why he began to write thirteen reasons about why he didn't want to leave anymore i hate this is just like oh yeah the music made me deal with tv show mainly due at the video game made me do it shut up your they use the blame everything a metal music and rap music by an '80s '90s in a southern it's unfortunate sad jerian and obviously needed help and the parents blame whatever they want but i usually say i'd look look at the parenting a little more if you're that at a touch that your kid is that the press now you know then you know you got some it may go work on that europe blaming everybody else you're so right i would look at that tuned in in in i get it that's a terrible thing terrible thing i could imagine family to go through and it's it it does so and i'm a policing blame but don't you plays either i don't want to place blame and everything i know and i because i think it's all for the blame the parents of the family and what they're gonna lived through now it's awful what you in turn blamed something because of a tv show and it's not the teachers fault right to stop it already exact he's a this can actually kill himself now he oh as my mom just found then forget everything i just said wait a second so this kid didn't kill himself okay before was horrible things i gotta go through and he didn't do anything goes kills basically lawsu attention against a lawsuit f story eggs listening to the best stubborn view regionally his.
"danbury" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"May reach the point where there is a need for greater emphasis but for what it's worth i'm just curious how you feel about the notion of civility i think it has deteriorated i don't think it's good for us and the let's see what you think at one eight six six five oh jimbo one eight six six five five four six two six here is pete in danbury connecticut hello pete and you're talking about civility and talking about the dreamers there are ways to be civil in deal with illegal emigrants um my personally i'm a republican in the danbury connecticut area and i do believe in border security simple reason is there's health standards at this country must goal by we have to filter out disease coming into this country very important as for president trump talking about why we shouldn't have more immigrants from say europe there's nothing wrong with that i mean i think that the ins should be fair honest they put out a lottery it should be fair it should be open to go on countries and the other thing is you go to realize is uh we should in my opinion we should keep uh some priority to our nato allies or countries that are gonna stand up and back of us if you know god forbid something happens cycle war um i think that there should be priority given uh to that but look we have to have border security there's no way around it we cannot allow terrorists to come openly across our borders and you got the disease factor and again as in my opinion we can be civil when dealing with say dreamers hey book they're illegals i mean look if i go speeding down the road and i'm gonna 55 and i go seventy five and not get a ticket uh you know there's something wrong with that i mean that he's uh reckless driving so there should in law enforcement should play this uh no in other words they shouldn't be selective enforcement okay if you're in this country legally it should be handled just like if you're going down the road and your reckless driving so that is very important in my opinion so great show and uh take care of a very much appreciate your thoughts injury call one eight six six libel jimbo our number one eight six six bible five four six two six.
"danbury" Discussed on WLOB
"Crew members carol the stephanie a danbury connecticut pillow hi i think that they can better bad he perpetuate rate him and then who work who are i think they put them in a new team in the tender the come qian anybody who won but just in the center of the country and enter the key in a museum in anybody went go he could both em perhaps some of the people thought they were doing the right thing but there were doing the wrong thing for white hidly honor them in a public where all right we have we have covered this and i guess the the we will keep coming back to this over and over again earlier to stay with columbus just for a little while longer to uh john ah in galesburg illinois hello john hello good evening uh i lived in italy and two as studied in italy and i have a friend here who is uh a very wellknown sculptor uh perhaps your guest knows him sandro bona utoe sure well the rest of us don't and again if you bring up a reference like good for the benefit of the rest of us who is the sculptor briefly what founder bona utoe lived in cleveland and uh he's a very wonderful sculptor you can find him on the internet okay and his connection with this particular discussion well uh with no just the fact that easy talion beto connection with this discussion uh i think that the un guetta andy black lives matter and whoever they are and whatever uh race they belong kuka's they are not all black um i think we might just by then picket and send them back to wherever their country of origin may be and let them take a look and see how they lie that while there you go all right uh john effects for your thoughts operate tomato we've got about thirty seconds to go here as we wrap up a columbus day and the.
"danbury" Discussed on KQED Radio
"For sale at the commissary at the federal correctional institution for women in danbury connecticut you can get shampoo yoder in soap twofaced you can get pens and paper envelopes and stamps you're lifeline to the outside world you can get packets of tuna and hot sauce and candy and razors ars and if you're lucky if if you've got it like that you can get sneakers vitamins luxuries the most coveted item of all a radio i went to prison in two thousand and four i went behind a drug offence from 1993 when i was fresh out of smith college i fell into a relationship with a mysterious older woman and she was a narcotics trafficker and she asked me to carry a bag stuffed with money from chicago to brussels and i did the things we do the consequences of the things we do they become back to us in one way or another and for me more than a decade later i found myself walking through prison gates in the biggest most vicious looking razorwire fence i'd ever seen in my life and on that day when i surrendered at that prison i found myself stripped naked in a cold tile room commanded to squat and call for the first of what would be hundreds and hundreds of strip searches and i was transformed head spin adding lay quickly into prisoner number one one.