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Doctors Are Relying More on Monoclonal Antibodies to Fight COVID

Seattle's Morning News

02:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Doctors Are Relying More on Monoclonal Antibodies to Fight COVID

"For Covid 19 is showing a great deal of progress. David Begnaud reports from hard hit Louisiana monoclonal antibodies, lab grown proteins that help the body target and eliminate covid infection, according to Dr Thomas Galit, chief medical officer at ST Francis Medical Center in Monroe, Louisiana. They have become the most effective therapy yet has done a great job of helping high risk patients stay out of the hospital. The therapy is becoming more available at hospitals and clinics around the country. But it is only administered after infection within 10 days of the first symptoms and before those symptoms get to severe what type of sickness do you usually say that's too sick to receive if they are having profound oxygen requirements continued high grade beavers dehydration. Since July. The first we've given about 1700 doses. One of those doses went to 42 year old Scotty Johnson. We were there when he got his infusion three weeks ago in Monroe, as Covid was attacking his body. It feels like somebody's choking you. You start coughing, but nothing comes out this week. We followed up with him and we met his wife, Meg. They both got the antibody treatments right around the same time. I just really start feeling good about Three or four days ago, probably, but I feel like I'm like 90% now, while Scotty did not get the vaccine bag did my wife got anybody treatment? On Thursday. I tested positive on Friday. On Saturday, she was back up cleaning the house and doing dishes and like it never even bothered. While the antibody treatments can be effective, they are not a substitute for vaccines, says CBS News Medical contributor Dr David Agus. There's no question the vaccine is better than an antibody. But in the case where your immune suppressed and you can't make a good response to a vaccine, they're lifesavers. So this is an important part of our arsenal. But it certainly is not the only weapon in our arsenal. Vaccines are Front line. No question about it to fight a virus in today's world, and that

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"david begnaud" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:52 min | Last month

"david begnaud" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"A.m. right here on news radio 8 40 WHS. Meanwhile, Of course to facts or not. That is a debate that is gripping the country. Kentucky and Indiana are facing another surge of covid cases as we heard nearly 1000 cases now, according to Jeff Mel B. Meanwhile, CBS News is David Begnaud tells the story of one hospital that echoes that debate currently going on. Honest to God thought I walked my last day on this earth. I could not breathe. I just all of a sudden my lungs just didn't work. Paula Johnson was rushed here by ambulance. I have no co morbidity ease. Nothing. Never had a long problem. Don't smoke. Nothing and it took my lungs and just who? I don't even know how to explain it. It's like it's like trying to breathe in and hit the wall. Like a second. Johnson is a pharmaceutical researcher who put off getting the vaccine. But now she wants it. Let's take the vaccine had a chance to get hurt like into the Olivier. If we weren't Louisianians are fully back this week. States reporting high protein hospitalizations since like it's gotten really one of them, Um Why not? There's so many issues with vaccines. This father, former baseball coach, Small business owner and Hunter caught covid in any development before that sick If you would have a chance to get the vaccine and prevent this would you have taken the vaccine? See you have gone through this. I'm going through this. Yes, sir. Don't shove it down by the road. That's what's Local State Federal administration is trying to do. Shove it down your throat. What are they shoving the science? They're shoving the fact that that's their agenda. The agenda is to get you vaccinated. You know who Mr Scalise is. I know who states places very well. Rowe, who is a Republican, had not heard that Steve Scalise, the second ranking House Republican in Congress. Had stepped into the forefront is a vaccine proponent. We asked him to read the congressman statement he thinks that's safe and effective. And what's your reaction? Not proven. But does his opinion change yours? No, it does not. We're either going to he had vaccinated. And in the pandemic. We are going to accept death. Dr Catherine O. Neill, chief medical officer at Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center. Here in Baton Rouge, does not mince words were a proud state. We are a state of people full of grit. So if you're pro Vax, you're going to tell everybody. If you're not, you're going to do the same thing. So how do we help find something that helps them come to the understanding that your community is going to die? Dr. O'Neill made the point that comes to talking to vaccine. Hesitant or even anti Vax helps. You can't stop talking to them. The fact that you see businesses David now, in fact, just having conversation with friends on Twitter, and it comes down again. Personal responsibility. Talk to your physician. Talk to someone.

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NFL: Get Vaccinated or Pay the Price

KIRO Nights

00:26 sec | Last month

NFL: Get Vaccinated or Pay the Price

"The Delta variant and the unvaccinated. CBS's David Begnaud says the NFL is urging its players to get vaccinated or pay the price if there's an outbreak, warning from the NFL to its teams if there's a covid outbreak, and players are not vaccinated Prepare to forfeit and lose the game. The NFL commissioner sent out a memo saying that any team, which causes a game to be cancelled, will be responsible for financial losses and players

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"david begnaud" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:02 min | 2 months ago

"david begnaud" Discussed on WTOP

"Daniella Levine Cava says there are also no additional bodies that have been found either, she says, all of the families of the 11 confirmed dead have been notified about their loved ones, CBS chorus Defendant, David Begnaud is at the scene in Surfside 150. People are still missing under 12 stories of rubble and debris is we're not lifting, you know, floor by floor. We're talking about pulverized concrete. We're talking about steel. Every time there's an action. There's a reaction. We still don't know exactly what caused that building to collapse. There is concerning new information about possible structural damage. There's an anonymous contractor who shared photos with the Miami Herald. They show a wet floor, cracked concrete and severely corroded rebar in the buildings, pool equipment room, and these photos were taken just two days before the building collapsed. That collapse happened just days before the owners at the condo had to start making steep payments to cover more than $9 million in repairs that had been recommended three years earlier because of a report that warned of major structural damage, and we are just learning that the White House is saying President Biden and first lady Jill Biden will travel to Surfside. This will happen on Thursday of this week, and they will visit with families of the victims. The president has offered federal help to the rescue effort, and he's tweeted his condolences to the families. On Capitol Hill of the House plans to vote this afternoon on a resolution calling for the removal of all Confederate statues from the U. S. Capitol. The story from W. T O P's Mitchell Miller today on the Hill. We need to reckon with the reality of our history. Maryland Congressman Jamie Raskin speaking in support of the measure, which would require removing Confederate statues, as well as a bust of former Supreme Court chief justice Roger Tony, who wrote the dread Scott decision upholding slavery and widely considered the worst ruling ever made by the high court. Raskin says. Today's vote is an important one. I think it's an incredibly proud moment for us, especially if we do it on a bipartisan basis. The House approved a similar measure last year with bipartisan support, but it never received a vote in the Senate on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller W T. O P. News the U. S Supreme Court has ruled that the government can indefinitely detain certain immigrants who say they'll face persecution or torture if they're deported to their native countries. The court voted 6 to 3 today that the immigrants are not entitled to a hearing about whether they should be released while the government evaluates their claims. The case involves people who had previously been deported and when detained after re entering the U. S illegally claimed that they would be persecuted or tortured if they were sent back. The high Court. Three liberal justices dissented up ahead on w T o p new security issues as American forces pull out of Afghanistan 12 34 high It's Rita Kessler when you're in the mood to treat yourself to a good meal. Where do you go? I go to Fogo to shown Brazilian steakhouse. You can't go wrong with their wide array of fire roasted meats. I just had the most mouthwatering bone in rib eye so juicy and full of flavor..

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New Details Emerge in Apparent Road Rage Killing

Mark Thompson

01:25 min | 3 months ago

New Details Emerge in Apparent Road Rage Killing

"Where new details are emerging about the couple arrested after a horrifying road rage incident 24 year old Marcus Erez at 23 year old win Li are each being held on a million dollar bail, and it's expected they'll be arraigned today. She's accused of driving the car when he allegedly opened fire the bullet killing six year old age and Leo's who was in the back seat. And laid to rest yesterday. Our lead national correspondent David Begnaud is following this in Orange County, David. It's an awful story. Good morning to you. Good morning. We've learned so much information within the last 24 hours. The suspects have no criminal history. They're not involved in any gangs. The gun was legally registered to the male suspect. He purchased it legally as well. Uh, and the suspects apparently altered their appearance a bit, but they didn't exactly go underground. In fact, on Sunday, they went to eat sushi and the police watched them. But the cops didn't want to make the arrest of the restaurant because they didn't want to cause a scene, So they waited for them to leave. They followed them home. And that's where they got them. It sounded like an accident. Like all of a sudden, and then it was crazy screaming. This is Julie, who didn't want us to use her last name, describing the moment that she says police moved in and ended the more than two week manhunt. Arresting her neighbors Marcus Aires and Wendy Lee. We absolutely believe that she was the driver and that he rolled down his window and extended his arm out of the car and fired around from a gun. This is

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Biden Wants 70% of American Adults Vaccinated by July 4

WBZ Midday News

00:57 sec | 4 months ago

Biden Wants 70% of American Adults Vaccinated by July 4

"In the fight against covert 19, and the date is familiar. It's July 4th of this year, but now he wants 70% of American adults who have gotten at least one shot by Independence Day. There is resistance, especially in rural America. CBS's David Begnaud continues our coverage. The Biden administration is also planning to work with more local doctors, who they believe will be key to breaking through that vaccine distrust in local communities. Dr. Stephen Lakey is the chief medical officer at a hospital in Fort Collins, Colorado, in the northern part of the state. There aren't any demographic that are gonna be suspicious or or have not heard the message from either you know, national sources or from national news, And I think having that impact of having our local leaders in those rural environments is gonna be critical. Back in Maryland vaccine administrator Cornell candidate says some people have been able to overcome their vaccine hesitancy. In a game

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"david begnaud" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:18 min | 6 months ago

"david begnaud" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Mork contagious variants are brought in Florida has the most cases of covert variants than any other state. Including that highly transmissible P one strain from Brazil and Florida ranks fifth nationwide in the rate of positive covert tests. Those statistics suggest that this is not a place that is out of the woods by any means, then you put in these crowds is in all of a sudden you have really something. That feels like an emergency. Meanwhile, the T S A is reporting 1.5 million people were screened at airports yesterday that makes for the busiest travel day in a year. David Begnaud of reporting Florida's minimum age to be vaccinated against Cove in 19 is now 50 governor to Santa says everyone else should get ready to roll up their sleeves. The goal was that all adults by May 1st. I think we're going to be able to get their way before May 1st So if you're in, said, your twenties thirties, just understand this is going to happen very soon. The governor says 70% of Florida seniors have now been vaccinated against the coronavirus. Tampa Bay traffic and weather just moments away on Chris Tranq Band News, radio. W F L A W F L A News is brought to you by the Holland Group Retirement Wealth Advisors. The first day of the trading week was a winner on Wall Street. The Dow gained 103 points nearly a third of a percent the S and P edit 1030.7%. And the NASDAQ climbed one and a quarter percent. Streaming giant Roco jump more than 2% After acquiring the PBS episodes of this old house shares of Hasbro, the toymaker gained 1% afterward that it's updating monopoly. The board games. Community chest will have cards for charity causes. Instead of having players win beauty contests. Hasbro recently updated its potato head family, too. Global survey of 30,000. Workers at various companies finds workers are burned out from the pandemic. More than half say they're overworked, 39% say. Exhausted 41% may quit, and the survey conducted by Microsoft finds bosses are clueless, with most business leaders in the survey, saying they are thriving. From Bloomberg. I'm Ana Rivera for news radio. W F L A Fox News I'm Chris Foster, a 21 Year old man has announced is the suspect in yesterday's shooting at a supermarket in Boulder,.

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"david begnaud" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

The EntreLeadership Podcast

01:39 min | 9 months ago

"david begnaud" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

"You know i've talked with thousands of business owners. And i'd like to ask this question in that is simply house. Business and many business owners will answer that with the response. That sounds like this well. It's pretty good. Things are growing. But you gotta stop and ask is growth. Really the focus of a business from the ramsey network. This is the entree leadership podcast where we help. Business leaders grow themselves their teams and the prophets. I'm your host daniel tardy. My guest today is david celliers. David begnaud top leader for many years at the chick-fil-a organization. He's back today in entreleadership studio popular demand. This guy's got so much firsthand boots on the ground knowledge about what it was really like to work at chick-fil-a not only recently in their incredible culture. But how it was shaped developed early on david jumped in right out of college with the mindset to cash out early to retire quickly to ride the wave and he had a plan for his life. There was kind of all about him but all that changed when david metro mcafee. Well i met trick kathy when i was a junior in college and i got recruited out of college but true it and literally started daniel. Four hours after college graduation. I graduated and saturday. Morning started saturday afternoon but what i had in my mind as a twenty one year old was this. I said i wanna make as much money. As i can as fast as i can to retire as early as i think. This is a twenty one year old right. That was i could think of nothing more remarkable in life than if i could accomplish that and i'd set the goal.

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Elijah McClain's mother says officers "murdered" my son

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

03:35 min | 1 year ago

Elijah McClain's mother says officers "murdered" my son

"Longer protesters and demonstrators and activists continue fighting for black lives. The more stories of police killings of black people seem to be coming to light and pressure is now mounting for a new investigation. Into the death of Elijah McCain. It happened after an encounter with three officers last August in Aurora, Colorado. Go to the family. The 23 year old was out buying ice tea when somebody called 911 claiming that MacLean was wearing a ski mask and quote acting weird. His family says, Yeah, he was wearing a mask, but it was to deal with social anxiety. Within 15 minutes, He was put in a chokehold and then injected with a powerful sedative. CBS's David Begnaud has the story. Stop! Stop! Stop! Stop. I have the right stuff because you're being suspicious. Rely on I'm going whole relax, or I'm going to have to change this situation. The district attorney investigating the case says that Elijah McClane dismissed the officers requests for him to stop. The 23 year olds family says he was just walking home. He was listening to music. When Aurora, Colorado police approached him last August, the D A. Says McLane was carrying a plastic bag when police tried to pat him down and he refused. He's then heard pleading with the police as they tackle him and use a choke hold on him. Paramedics later arrived at the scene. A medic gave McClane ketamine to sedate him. McLane was taken to the hospital. Three days later, he was pronounced brain dead. 10 months after McLane's death, more than two million people have signed a petition calling on Colorado officials to fire the three officers involved. So far, the Aurora Police Department has declined. CBS News is request for comment. Dave Young is the one who decided not to charge the officers were the actions of the officers justified legally. Yes, Mr Young. Do you believe there was a moment in this where the officers could have de escalated a situation? Absolutely. 100%. They could've done a 1,000,000 things different didn't need to die on and the fact that he died does not warrant the basis for criminal charges in the body camera video cops or heard saying that MacLean tried to take one of their guns. He went for his gun. Mari Newman represents McClain's family. Don't you think if you really had grab someone's gun, we would see fingerprints ended the lifted from the gun. Did you find any evidence that corroborates the officer who said he reached for the gun? I had no evidence to cut. Predict that Shin in McLean is Elijah's mother. They? They're bullies with badges. He wanted to help people. He was a massage therapist. He not only heal others that he killed himself. He was able to accept love give love various forms. According to the district attorney's report, the medical examiner was unable to determine a cause of death. It is important to note that walking around with a ski mask is not illegal, and when you go back to the 9 11 call, the caller didn't say that Elijah did anything illegal. He said. Hey, there's a guy wearing a mask. He kind of is waving his hand. Seems a little strange. You might want to check it out. He says He might be a good guy might be a bad guy. When the police responded instead of observing. Instead of watching hanging back for a bit, the police moved in immediately to stop him. And everything went self from there.

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Protests continue into their seventh night

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Protests continue into their seventh night

"Protests over the death of George Floyd mostly peaceful last night but in Portland Oregon police went after hundreds who broke away from a demonstration yes exiles CBS's David Begnaud checked the streets of New York City they're marching from the town everybody is behind the line and the organizers were strict at one point they were chanting we will not agitate the police because we want to get home safe no one agitated anyone really and the police let them all in the street so to speak after widespread looting Monday night Saks Fifth Avenue put chain link fencing and razor wire in front of boarded up

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"david begnaud" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"david begnaud" Discussed on WTOP

"Pest control for free inspection eight eight eight eight eight eight home or visit home paramount dot com Jack Taylor WTOP traffic and out of storm team four meteorologist Lauren rickets well we've got some clouds we got some sun really depending on what you where you are is a depending on what you're looking at but we're going to stay mostly dry today after about seven eight o'clock we're gonna have some scattered showers and thunderstorms north of I. sixty six so mainly through Maryland in the northern portion of Virginia but a lot of us are going to stage right overnight but until then we're heating up low to mid nineties today and the humidity comes back in as well a little breezy at times just through the mid morning and into the afternoon as well we've had a ninety degree day since early October of last year now we get into the overnight as I said a few scattered showers mainly DC in North could have a few lingering ones tomorrow morning by tomorrow afternoon more scattered showers and thunderstorms and some of those could be strong especially given the heat tomorrow back into the upper eighties to low nineties and again will be humid here Thursday hi humid conditions presents for Friday and Saturday will have some sunshine in the morning scattered showers and thunderstorms possibly Friday and Saturday afternoon temperatures will be in the mid to upper eighties heating amenity finally drop on Sunday what more sunshine temperatures around eighty now temperatures right now seventy degrees in Washington that's the cool spot and that was at seventy three Leesburg now up to seventy nine degrees in Frederick seventy seven okay Lawrence seven fifty one now CBS news special report an eight PM curfew didn't keep protesters from being out around in New York City the included doctors and nurses treating covert nineteen patient how racism affects our patients and their health and their lives just like others but the demonstrations were mostly peaceful CBS's David Begnaud caught up with one group headed to trump tower there marching through the town everybody is behind the line and the organizers were strict let me tell you in fact at one point they were chanting we will not agitate the police because we want to get home safe no one advocated anyone really and the police let them all in the street so to speak president trump has said that the whole world is laughing it states where protests have turned into riots pope Francis isn't laughing it all righty.

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More than 300 avalanches recorded in Colorado

Ron and Don

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

More than 300 avalanches recorded in Colorado

"In Colorado Avalanche's are waking havoc on mountain highways. Cbs's David Begnaud explains just in the past week, Colorado is seen over three hundred avalanches with a level of danger. Not seen in decades five on a scale of five at least nine western states are now under avalanche warnings right now. The avalanche danger in Washington state is

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How an Army of Suffragettes Helped Save America From Starvation

Mark Levin

02:43 min | 3 years ago

How an Army of Suffragettes Helped Save America From Starvation

"This is cbs news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief i'm pam coulter the clock is running out on the court order deadline for the trump administration to reunite children under age five with their immigrant parents government officials admit not all of the families will be reunited tonight cbs's ed o'keefe in some cases these kids are under the care of an office of the department of health and human services with sin has the hand them over to emmigration customs enforcement which of course is part of the department of homeland security and in many cases in most cases they're also being held by some third party contractor so they've got to figure out with that agency either one of them how exactly they get the back to the parents so it's it's a mess frankly the army has been tossing out immigrant recruits who joined up in exchange for a path to citizenship the pentagon says the program was suspended because of the high risk of espionage terrorism and other criminal activity cbs's david begnaud has more for nearly two years to go through these background checks so everybody's been in limbo so speak and that's why we're seeing these people being kicked out of the military right now under president trump it is not fair to blame mr trump for what is happening now again the program was suspended under mr obama president trump continues to complain about military spending by nato members and issued that straining relations with us allies and of a nato meeting in brussels tomorrow cbs's major garrett is would the president so far this year only five of twenty nine nato countries including the us spent two percent of gross domestic product on defence the nato standard the president has lashed out at countries that fall short european council president donald tusk urge mr trump to soften his rhetoric democrats are scrambling to build opposition to supreme court nominee brett cavenaugh cbs's alicia alvarez the president said he is hearing good things about his choice to fill justice anthony kennedy seat rave reviews democrats were always going to oppose the president's towards the cabins opinion over presidential power is also stirring debate the president pardoned to oregon cattle ranchers in an arson case k excels jacob dean reports even and dwight hammond were convicted of setting a fire on their private farmland that burned onto neighbouring public land six years ago their sentencing sparked a protest from ammon bundy and dozens of others who occupied the malheur national wildlife refuge near the hammond ranch in south eastern oregon officials in japan say one hundred seventy nine people have been killed in flooding and landslides in the country this is.

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Outrage grows as families are separated. Will Trump change his policy?

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:28 min | 3 years ago

Outrage grows as families are separated. Will Trump change his policy?

"School day in the mayor mag valley lowell public schools are closed today due to expect it extreme heat conditions inside the buildings and both hateful and lawrence public schools will be calling it a half day reports are emerging from inside the immigrant holding facilities in texas where reported two thousand children have been held separately from their parents while seeking legal asylum in the us here's correspondent david begnaud children and adults are seen huddled together in the building that's divided up into chain link fencing that looks like a cage monique graham is an executive officer at the center she says parents without an extensive criminal history will not be separated from their children if the child is four years old or younger what happens if you're five and older and your mother and father doesn't have a significant criminal history the child will not be prosecuted adult well under the trump administration zero tolerance policy every adult who comes into the country illegally is sent to see a judge for possible prosecution and that is when the parent it is separated from the child that separation can be just a few hours or if the parent is sent to jail it can be weeks months or even years massachusetts congressman joe kennedy tried to visit a tent city for immigrant children at a border town in texas but wbz's carl stevens tells us he was turned away congressman joe kennedy was a man on a mission sunday when he went through tornado texas the site of the first tent city for children separated from their immigrant parents at the border you participated in a protest march and tried to visit the children but was turned away by federal officials spoke to wbz about that it is awfully hard to come to any other conclusion than the trump administration knows that this is a horrible shameful deliberate policy to inflict pain and suffering on children and their families he calls the practice horrifying in his words it just needs to end carl stevens wbz newsradio ten thirty coming up the red sox bats wake up on the way west coast fly ball left centerfield leaned into this what back back back sanders strikes again dave o'brien with the call socks salvages split in seattle adam has it all coming up in sports wbz news time eight oh three traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes back to chris culkeen on the mass pike eastbound a crash in the.

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"david begnaud" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"david begnaud" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"Here's what i say about that not my role to talk about because i simply don't know enough to speak adequately i've always said when it comes to the story in puerto rico i know what my lane is and i stay in my lane because i don't i don't think on the right person to answer that but i'm grateful that other other people are raising the topic right what my objective has been from the beginning is what happened what's being done to fix it and i really have tried to stay in that lane even as my obligations to my company have pulled me away on other stories i went to hawaii for the earthquake when did you know day of air stories i still have stuck on puerto rico you know but in my lane in what i know and in what i think we can do an actually actually make some headway on and you said fix it as we wrap up here i'm thinking about your piece from the nightly news the other night you reminded viewers that hurricane season is about to begin so what's being done to fix what happened last year the government says it's ready i don't know that they can adequately convince people that they are ready fema took us to a warehouse stockpiled with diapers and food and batteries and generators and polls they say they're ready when you drive around traffic lights still don't work most of them that we've seen but things seem to be getting back to normal but the grid the power grid is on the brink is on the brink remember brian the repairs that were done they didn't modernize it they didn't replace many areas they just fixed what they could with the damage dilapidated equipment that existed they just fixed it tried to get the lights back on and we just found out recently that it could be another two months before people have all everyone has their power so as hurricane season starts you've still got roughly eleven thousand customers who haven't had it for eight months think about that is even eight months eleven thousand people eight months this crazy it's insane sounds like you'll be back on the island and now you have to go now to get ready for your next.

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"david begnaud" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"david begnaud" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"Hi hesitate to criticize i will say talking to now being here on the island covering the harvard study i'm just so grateful that that my bosses realized that we not needed to not only cover it but they put it in the block and we're actually on the ground covering it sure we have covered it from new york but but i was on vacation this week when the phone rang and they said can you go when i said well of course absolutely so i don't know i don't know but i i sure as hell think it should be in the news more than it is i mean this week you know a lot of people were messaging me and saying you know does it tick you off that roseanne is a bigger story than puerto rico and i think one of my responses was if people don't get it i don't know that there's much more i can do to help them get it i mean it's very we always say in the news business tell me the story that you want to do in one sentence right my boss is always say give it to be in one sentence that we know it's simple intel and you know you could tell it in a minute thirty well this is real simple the death toll could be as high as forty six eight hundred period and if that doesn't generate enough abe lock attention on the broadcast on every network cable and broadcast and i i don't know what folks are thinking well as someone who's been covering resent a lot here is one of the rationalizations or one of the excuses for not giving the harvard study more attention it's a static number it's part of a research project it's not proof that the death toll was voice six hundred it's just an estimate these would be some of the excuses but those are not satisfying at all and i think we all agree on that it's not a very satisfying answer i suppose the reason why it's so important for you to be there is because then you make it a human story and not a story about academics doing the project bingo bingo absolutely it becomes it be you know when when you sit when you talk to the people that i did yesterday and you find out there's actually a hashtag and i don't remember exactly.

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"david begnaud" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"david begnaud" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"It lasted for awhile and then the coverage faded away is that how you see that's how i see it from new york but is that how you see it from san juan your analysis is spot on in fact brian i remember walking around the hotel in san juan and talking to one of our colleagues from another network who said and this was probably forty after the storm he said oh they're pulling some of us out you know ten of us are leaving and i thought man that's early to be leaving but the thing is brian right after the storm we couldn't get but a tenth of a mile away from the hotel i mean it was there were trees downed power lines every you know you couldn't call an official to find out what had happened there was no gas at the gas station we were to board about running out of fuel we were worried about feeding our crew and giving them water to begin with right so it took a good twenty four forty eight hours to figure out okay what exactly did happen and i remember talking to this colleague on the fourth day and he said oh no we're not leaving in fact we're bringing more people in it really wasn't until day three maybe four that we got an eye popping assessment of how bad it was it did become the big story sorry but it sure didn't last as long as it did when hurricane katrina happen or hurricane harvey happen or other natural disasters that i've covered all over the country and i don't know that i took a lot of time to stop and think about it then but i have sense and i think i don't know if i can really put my finger on why people turned away so quickly and i think part of it is because think about it what do you ever see puerto rico in the news to begin with i remember where they filed for bankruptcy it was a reader on the evening broadcast it was like fifteen seconds so puerto rico doesn't make much news to begin with but this was i mean even if this had been you know somewhere in the the far middle east i think it would have still been a story i i don't know i.

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"david begnaud" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"david begnaud" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

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"david begnaud" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"david begnaud" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"His catastrophic as the governor was worried about so what his fema done well they've taken us to a warehouse and said look at all the generators we have looked at the diapers and the water in the package food all this stuff we got ready to go we have more polls i just left job makola where the storm made landfall they are still laying down polls on the road to install but it's been eight months i just sat at the bedside of a man who's bedridden he's a cancer survivor and every morning and every night his wife every morning wheels him outside and put them in a hospital bed on the front porch because it's insufferable to sit inside they have not had electricity for eight months and what i am struck by the most is how little the people of puerto rico complain i feel like there's more outrage coming from the people on the mainland and i think in many reasons it's because we know that that is unacceptable i've said to many puerto ricans it's not okay that in some ways you accept the fact that you just think you're being treated like a second class citizen you deserve better you deserve better right we would raise hell and high water after forty eight hours with power but every place i arrive at there's this resilient patience one woman said to me today i'm not mad because i grew up here and my mother taught me the power goes out regularly we get storms all the time sometimes you lose water is just a part of living here let's take a quick break here and then talk about the media components of this whether the press has paid enough attention to this new harvard study we'll be right back.

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"david begnaud" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"david begnaud" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"And with it the last several months the governor is really changed his to he is going after serving republicans now in the midterm election he's traveling to florida he say he's not only threatening the campaign against them he is so it's interesting as he has hesitated to say anything negative about the trump administration he sure is going after certain senators and congress people because remember you've got a large contingent of puerto ricans living in florida right you've who moved there after the storm many of whom were already there so the political implications stretch far beyond the people always wondered at the time if the governor was kind of fibi into stay on trump's good side less he ever be critical the way the san juan mayor was being critical there was always that suspicion and the other political piece of this is whether the federal government failed to respond to the hurricane adequately i mean talk about football consequences no matter who's the president no matter who's in charge we're going to have a government that can respond to natural disasters and this new number from harvard brings us right back to whether the federal response was adequate well and you know brian listen had been a democrat in there they're still would have been the same uproar i think anybody in the chair in the oval office given the way it went down would have absorbed the backlash that has come the way the trump administration a your remember after hurricane katrina kathleen blanco at democrat caught hell and high water over the local government's response and george w bush was in the white house at the time and so did he when it comes to hurricane maria it is true when the government says it's an island you can't just drive there from louisiana o'brien oklahoma like they were able to do when hurricane harvey hit texas but brian they didn't have the polls that they needed the infrastructures dilapidated the the the listen the power goes off on a good day when the weather's great okay so the grid was a mess the island is bankrupt it was the perfect storm it was his catastrophic as they predicted it was.

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"david begnaud" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"david begnaud" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"You know that's their statement no and then that gets us to why this matters were multiple reasons politically there is the tragedy of every family that suffered and then there are the political connotations and political consequences to this you know i think right away about president trump visiting puerto rico and essentially bragging about how low the death toll was he said sixteen people versus in the thousands referring to katrina he was so proud of how low the death toll wasn't the time and that was true for local and state officials as well to some degree wasn't it well in the context and i actually went back and looked at the exchange when the president said that and he had turned to the governor of puerto rico to sort of look for a number legged sixteen right and the governor puerto rico is the one who provided him with that number at the time that said sixteen deaths and mr trump somewhat boasting and taking credit for that low death toll then compared it to hurricane katrina and if the facts from harvard remain it will have well surpassed what hurricane katrina is and again being louisiana native i'm not here in any way to say that katrina was less than maria but the death toll if you look at the numbers will be staggeringly different if the fortysix hundred holds or even grows for that matter politically brian listen it has the potential to sink the career of a governor who had been on the job not very long when the hurricane hit his father has been a previous governor ricardo rossello was trained on the mainland is a researcher is a scientist himself and so perhaps more than any of us should have a profound respect for the science that is being used to get to the bottom of this but i think everyone knows not only the death toll but just the situation that has been the aftermath of hurricane maria has the potential to sink a lot of political careers and what i what i found interesting brian was after the storm i remember sitting in the.

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"david begnaud" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"david begnaud" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"So the government of puerto rico has gone george washington university paid three hundred three hundred thousand dollars up front and said we want you to investigate what happened with the death because what happened brian was after the storm the secretary of public health public safety was the one who sort of oversaw the death process and it was just littered with issues and problems and seeming inaccuracies and so that's when the governor stepped in and said okay listen we're going to do an independent review so gw has come in and said our study will be an epidemiological study and here's how it's going to be different than harvard's whereas harvard did a household survey study hours will use mortality data and will use death certificates now the government of puerto rico will be cooperating with this survey with with this review from gw however george washington says but the government will have no sway over our study and on top of trying to narrow down to an exact number of deaths were also going to look at how the government dealt with the public after the storm regarding these deaths so remains to be seen what twa will find and how independent will really be absolutely i mean they want us to believe it's going to be the most independent harvard had no involvement with the government gw basically the government is said to them we're an open book take what you need ask us what you want and as for now according to the government the death toll still remains what sixty four sixty four that's the official death count now within the last few days well we always thought it was going to be higher they haven't been singing that song for quite some time this this is this is a rather new sound bite that they're now putting out we always thought he was going to be higher and i had another government official told me listen it's sixty four but because for the last several months we sorta shut down the mortality statistics didn't share them with you guys we've been waiting on gw to do their investigation so we've kind of taken a break we've put a halt on it so sure the number's going to be bigger.

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"david begnaud" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"david begnaud" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"Scientific like what george washington university was going to do and the governor almost practically stepped in and cut him off and said listen we accept the survey we will listen to it we will learn from it that the governor brian is a is a scientist himself he's a researcher trained on the mainland but but the harvard study essentially in serving roughly thirty three hundred homes they then took that and they found that there were roughly thirty eight deaths by their count following hurricane maria and through december and they took that and they then projected that on the entire population and came up with the determination that there were roughly fortysix hundred deaths but here's where it gets kind of interesting there swing their margin of error if you will makes it as low as eight hundred or his high as eight thousand now listen i've had fellow journalists come to me and say what do you think about this study i mean this seems you know that's a hell of a margin of error and it is but in speaking to one of the lead researchers he said david look we were conservative in our estimation we believe it's significant higher than forty six hundred i feel like the number four is hundred has become shorthand in the past couple of days it's being treated as if that's the real death toll you're saying no it's not it's an estimate but it could actually be higher which is absolutely terrifying yeah it's worth mentioning brian that this is more than a story about just an insane headline and a number that makes your head spin i mean you may have seen the memes online about you know this is a more people than nine eleven more people than hurricane katrina i'm not here to say that it's worse than any other disaster but if in fact this number is true it's more than just a number and here's why the federal government through fema provides for the the government to help pay for funeral expenses so if there are families around the island who buried their loved ones and have funeral debts that are unpaid the government will come in and help to settle those debts once the government certifies that the death was.

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"david begnaud" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"david begnaud" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"What was the real death toll after hurricane maria a new harvard study suggests it could have been four thousand six hundred seventy times the official death toll provided by the government why are we only finding this out now and was this an all out media failure it's time for the story behind the story this is reliable sources podcast i'm your host brian stelter this weekly podcast is our tends to go in depth behind the headlines media leaders newsmakers and this week i'm doing by cbs news correspondent david begg know who produced standout journalism in the immediate aftermath of hurricane maria puerto rico he's back there now and he joins me from san juan david thank you so much for taking time to talk i'm wondering if you can set us up by explaining what this new harvard study actually found what did it discover so what they did brian was the researchers roughly fifty of them with about fifty thousand dollars of harvard money and no help from the governor of government of puerto rico by the way when out and surveyed roughly thirty three hundred homes on the island and they went to big metropolitan areas body ohs districts if you will and then they went into the mountains into the areas where it's very rural small populations and they randomly knocked on doors and they asked people so tell us did anybody die here and they listen to the stories documented those and then found out how long they had been without power long they had been without water or the ability to make a telephone call and the type of study the survey that harvard did brian is customarily used in many places around the world after natural disasters they did not rely on government mortality data they did not rely on death certificates and one reason is because the government of puerto rico shut that down they said you know what listen this is turned into a fiasco the government went out and hired george washington university which we can talk about a minute but sticking with the survey they didn't have any help from the government in fact the government didn't even know that the findings were coming out the governor seemed kind of blindsided by in fact his secretary of public safety said at a press conference essentially that the the study that harvard did wasn't quite.

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"david begnaud" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"david begnaud" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Back then i was fascinated with fraph members who would camp without the factory the black men i've learned to win and i even got dirty who had it wasn't in it all the way by happily like 30 plan as you know i was behaving like them laotians steel a chechen for the girls decided no way the shusei suited next one another so in god all three god oh god great guy pray in god demonlord a demon no law dean there noah send free no more that david begnaud world deavere no world i'll which address young when average the worse if his scripts she's hot dip in in the spirit of the geneva pictures painted won't budget office training for me i need efficient we have frequently blocked by this guy remind myself that up by the depressed these laws jaw hologram abrash i won't that jeopardize opposition phil like a prophet in a poet awesome ina suck at the saint somboon khuzestan firm on the worry we're not bar would urge but i struggle at the saint sound economic excuse so stop with the big dogs mena wanted said so i can celebrate a dish though when a stand firm but i know i gotta give tying goal truth though that a maintain when opener that a typical dashed so swing though because i want you to forgive everything i have with but i refuse to do the same people crossed me a cluster my came in the bidding late all of a sudden i forgive us and waste and like i never had committed the same mistakes them so fake.

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"david begnaud" Discussed on Slate's Represent

Slate's Represent

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"david begnaud" Discussed on Slate's Represent

"I did not want to perpetuate and objectionable stereotype were facts in history supported my choice of setting the story of these white women in complete isolation after the slaves had escaped so this multiple choice i know it is already though can i just say up i have roadrace it were here all right your are audited lastly lars notice i see i told you this is going to be a little bit easier yeah even too unlike fan of her side are you mad that you didn't get this crime fear so a a david begnaud half empty be wise the creators of the proposed hbo series confederate oh this is a good question i'm glad you're eating the options for them proud of you marin the way it was designed also i want people to remember that so much other stuff half area area college america be sephiha coppola director of the beguiled or see joe per caskey who is a cocreator of the now now cancelled underground beat yes it is a vehicle cla who decided we talked about is on the show but who decided that she is going to make of movie set during the civil war in which no black people ready were to be found true when she used like one line dialogue to explain in a way which was the slaves escaped uh there are a lot of problems i think with that um his mostly since it seems sorta like a cop out uh in a way for her to.

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