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Delta asks DOJ to put unruly passengers on no-fly list

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 8 months ago

Delta asks DOJ to put unruly passengers on no-fly list

"A a a a major major major major airline airline airline airline is is is is asking asking asking asking the the the the federal federal federal federal government government government government to to to to get get get get tougher tougher tougher tougher on on on on unruly unruly unruly unruly passengers passengers passengers passengers I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with details details details details delta delta delta delta airlines airlines airlines airlines has has has has requested requested requested requested the the the the justice justice justice justice department department department department put put put put any any any any person person person person convicted convicted convicted convicted of of of of a a a a disruption disruption disruption disruption on on on on board board board board a a a a flight flight flight flight to to to to the the the the national national national national no no no no fly fly fly fly list list list list in in in in a a a a letter letter letter letter to to to to Attorney Attorney Attorney Attorney General General General General Merrick Merrick Merrick Merrick garland garland garland garland delta delta delta delta CEO CEO CEO CEO ed ed ed ed Bastian Bastian Bastian Bastian says says says says there there there there should should should should be be be be zero zero zero zero tolerance tolerance tolerance tolerance for for for for any any any any behavior behavior behavior behavior that that that that affects affects affects affects flight flight flight flight safety safety safety safety Bastian Bastian Bastian Bastian says says says says well well well well bad bad bad bad behavior behavior behavior behavior is is is is affected affected affected affected only only only only a a a a small small small small fraction fraction fraction fraction of of of of delta's delta's delta's delta's flights flights flights flights the the the the airline airline airline airline seeing seeing seeing seeing the the the the rate rate rate rate of of of of incidence incidence incidence incidence increased increased increased increased nearly nearly nearly nearly one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred percent percent percent percent since since since since twenty twenty twenty twenty nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen delta delta delta delta has has has has put put put put nearly nearly nearly nearly nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen hundred hundred hundred hundred people people people people on on on on its its its its own own own own no no no no fly fly fly fly list list list list for for for for refusing refusing refusing refusing to to to to comply comply comply comply with with with with masking masking masking masking requirements requirements requirements requirements and and and and submitted submitted submitted submitted more more more more than than than than nine nine nine nine hundred hundred hundred hundred names names names names to to to to the the the the transportation transportation transportation transportation security security security security administration administration administration administration to to to to pursue pursue pursue pursue civil civil civil civil penalties penalties penalties penalties I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas

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 US airlines say China is forcing them to cancel some flights

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

US airlines say China is forcing them to cancel some flights

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting U. U. S. S. airlines airlines say say China China is is forcing forcing them them to to cancel cancel some some flights flights China China is is blocking blocking some some inbound inbound flights flights on on U. U. S. S. airlines airlines due due to to a a tightening tightening of of coded coded nineteen nineteen travel travel restrictions restrictions according according to to industry industry officials officials more more than than a a dozen dozen recent recent and and future future flights flights on on U. U. S. S. airlines airlines have have been been blocked blocked from from entering entering China China American American Airlines Airlines United United Airlines Airlines and and delta delta airlines airlines have have all all had had flights flights cancelled cancelled China China is is wary wary of of covert covert nineteen nineteen outbreaks outbreaks as as it it prepares prepares to to host host the the winter winter Olympics Olympics next next month month inbound inbound airline airline passengers passengers must must be be tested tested before before departure departure and and after after arriving arriving and and capacity capacity on on inbound inbound flights flights is is limited limited to to seventy seventy five five percent percent hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting U. U. S. S. airlines airlines say say China China is is forcing forcing them them to to cancel cancel some some flights flights China China is is blocking blocking some some inbound inbound flights flights on on U. U. S. S. airlines airlines due due to to a a tightening tightening of of covert covert nineteen nineteen travel travel restrictions restrictions according according to to industry industry officials officials more more than than a a dozen dozen recent recent and and future future flights flights on on U. U. S. S. airlines airlines have have been been blocked blocked from from entering entering China China American American Airlines Airlines United United Airlines Airlines and and delta delta airlines airlines have have all all had had flights flights cancelled cancelled China China is is wary wary of of covert covert nineteen nineteen outbreaks outbreaks as as it it prepares prepares to to host host the the winter winter Olympics Olympics next next month month inbound inbound airline airline passengers passengers must must be be tested tested before before departure departure and and after after arriving arriving and and capacity capacity on on inbound inbound flights flights is is limited limited to to seventy seventy five five percent percent hi hi

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How Biden and the Left Overreacted to Georgia's Mild Voting Reform

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 9 months ago

How Biden and the Left Overreacted to Georgia's Mild Voting Reform

"Marched on and Georgia did the right thing to respond from all the irregularities and audits from the 2020 election and decided to pass a very kosher and mild voting law. Joe Biden responded to the Georgia voting law calling it Jim Crow two and says this makes Jim Crow look like Jim eagle, whatever that means. Play cut 59. And so I'm convinced that we'll be able to stop this because it is the most pernicious thing. This makes Jim Crow look like Jim eagle. Minister gigantic, what they're trying to do. And it can not be sustained. And do everything on my power, along with my friends in the house and the Senate to keep that from becoming the law. And then we saw the continuation of the alliance between people that run the government and people that run private corporations. We saw that foreshadowing on January 8th when they kicked Donald Trump off of Twitter and they destroyed a private company parlor. But then all of a sudden we saw delta, which you can not board a delta airline that voter right without an ID, then we saw Coca-Cola, which is a soft drink company which all of you should still be boycotting Coca-Cola, worthless company. And to go together where they decided to boycott the Georgia voting law and boycott George, even though their headquartered in Georgia, play cut 58. It is reassuring to see that for profit operations and businesses are speaking up about how these new Jim Crow laws are just antithetical who we are. And

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Airlines cancel flights due to COVID staffing shortages

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 9 months ago

Airlines cancel flights due to COVID staffing shortages

"Delta delta airlines airlines and and United United have have admitted admitted they they cancel cancel flights flights due due to to staff staff shortages shortages tied tied to to the the Omicron Omicron variant variant Henry Henry Harteveldt Harteveldt is is a a travel travel industry industry analyst analyst with with atmosphere atmosphere research research some some people people were were being being rebooked rebooked on on flights flights that that depart depart within within just just a a couple couple of of hours hours of of their their scheduled scheduled flight flight but but there there are are some some people people who who are are being being told told sorry sorry you you won't won't get get you you where where you're you're going going until until perhaps perhaps Christmas Christmas day day so so passengers passengers need need to to pack pack their their patience patience the the reality reality is is that that there there is is a a likelihood likelihood your your flight flight may may be be delayed delayed or or canceled canceled as as airlines airlines are are navigating navigating their their way way through through this this unusual unusual period period just just as as we we all all are are not not all all airlines airlines said said covert covert was was disrupting disrupting their their travel travel schedules schedules American American Airlines Airlines said said it it had had nothing nothing to to report report while while south south west west said said things things are are running running smoothly smoothly I I Shelley Shelley Adler Adler

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Major outage hits Amazon Web Services; many sites affected

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 10 months ago

Major outage hits Amazon Web Services; many sites affected

"Amazon's Amazon's online online retail retail operation operation was was among among the the many many users users of of the the company's company's cloud cloud service service network network that that suffer suffer disruptions disruptions because because of of Tuesday's Tuesday's major major outage outage a a director director at at the the network network intelligence intelligence firm firm can can tech tech says says it it began began mid mid morning morning on on the the east east coast coast many many companies companies that that rely rely on on Amazon Amazon web web services services found found their their sites sites not not working working Doug Doug majority majority thinks thinks it's it's a a glitch glitch link link to to the the product product of of automation automation and and centralized centralized administration administration and and not not a a malicious malicious attack attack Amazon's Amazon's cloud cloud services services used used by by delta delta airlines airlines for for ticketing ticketing Toyota Toyota for for dealer dealer services services make make Donald's Donald's Instacart Instacart Netflix Netflix kindle kindle the the Associated Associated Press Press in in Amazon's Amazon's own own warehouse warehouse and and retail retail delivery delivery operations operations the the company company says says it it appears appears mostly mostly businesses businesses on on the the east east coast coast were were affected affected by by the the hours hours long long outage outage I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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Delta Air Lines launches facial recognition checks

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 11 months ago

Delta Air Lines launches facial recognition checks

"Delta airlines is piloting a quicker way to board planes with digital facial recognition the pilot program starts in Atlanta delta's Byron Merritt says you will need a TSA precheck membership and the fly delta app you move through the process of the check yeah through our the TSA experience and all of those have been enabled through through facial recognition ID checks are as simple as looking into a camera and it's really that quick Gregory forms of delta says just like the human brain facial recognition will pick up changes in facial features at some point there's a break a confidence level it says okay even though they've grown a beard even though they've run their hair out that's still my friend that I know if all goes as planned customers will be able to travel from curb to gate completely hands and device free I'm a Donahue

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General McKenzie: No More Americans Could Be 'Accommodated'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:06 min | 1 year ago

General McKenzie: No More Americans Could Be 'Accommodated'

"We always remember general mckenzie's words. We not american citizens came out on the last. What we call the joint tactical exfiltration alaska five jets to leave We we maintain the ability to bring them up until immediately before too far but we were not able to bring any americans out. That activity ended probably about twelve hours before our exit. Although we continue the outreach would have been prepared to bring them out until the very last minute but none of them made it to the air. Were able to be and we're able to be accommodated. None of them were able to be accommodated like they were taking a cruise. We're sorry this is delta airlines calling. We can accommodate your request for a flight. None of them were able to be accommodate. You mean we abandon them. They were left behind because the taliban wouldn't let them get to their this so insanely infuriating. That that i'm. I'm honestly afraid of what i can say today.

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Delta Airlines Help Evacuate Refugees From Afghanistan

WSB programming

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Delta Airlines Help Evacuate Refugees From Afghanistan

"A humanitarian effort the role Atlanta based Delta Airlines is playing in evacuating those Afghan refugees. Some of the evacuees standing out by the hangar and I think that's really when it clicked Delta flight attendant Joshua Miller among hundreds of Delta crew members who volunteered for these flights. Atlanta's hometown airline, using four jets 25 flights at all to carry 6700 passengers. Carrying all their worldly possessions in plastic bags, says flight attendant Daniel Thomas of this mission. We did everything we could to make everyone comfortable and feel protected. And, quite frankly, loved Chris

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"delta airlines" Discussed on The Daily Dive

The Daily Dive

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"delta airlines" Discussed on The Daily Dive

"The forever war. Thank you very much for joining us. Thanks for having me on monday. We found out that the fda finally granted full approval to the cove in nineteen vaccine made by pfizer with this approval. The hope is that some hesitant people might get their shots but also that more businesses and local governments might start. Mandating them for more on. What's will speak to andrew. Joseph reporter at stat news. I think one of the concerns that some people raised about the vaccines as they. You know it wasn't fully didn't have full. Fda approval and so. I think that maybe to them meant like it didn't have the full. I guess kicking the tires that an fda approved product would so this could help reassure some individuals but perhaps more powerfully. I think you might actually start seeing more companies and agencies institute vaccine mandates with full approval because now they can point to this as like the final straw that they needed to institute a mandate already. Today you're saying that like a couple of local agencies in new york and new jersey. the military came out and said with this fda approval. They're going to require cove in nineteen vaccine. So that's probably the bigger implication introduced in terms of numbers of people. I think it was. San francisco had already passed it. Basically saying we're waiting for the full approval. And then boom you're going to have to be the mandates are going to start coming there so yeah. So that's kind of the biggest implication we're seeing out there and you know just anecdotally just to share this. I work at a radio station as well. One of the morning shows did kind of this informal poll. Let's hear from listeners. Talking about will you get the vaccine. Now that has been fully approved. Not many people said yes. You know what i mean. So i don't know how much it's going to move the needle on that front but you know. Obviously that is the big hope. I wanted to talk a little bit more about the process that goes into it because even the full approval was fast track. And i don't want people to get scared away from it. Pfizer had to submit so much data to be considered for it to be fully approved that they had they sent in some three hundred and forty thousand pages for their approval application. I mean there's a lot of data that went into it. Yeah i mean the fda was obviously hurrying because of the importance of this in this emergency but like in terms of what they did to expedite it it was more just like putting more reviewers on or you know it wasn't like they cut corners or didn't go through their process or anything like that and you know some people were kind of wondering why the taking so long in general to get full approval and they basically kind of had just like this. How the process goes. They had to wait for an additional six months of safety data. And so like you said the ua for pfizer's vaccine in the first one in the united states came in december and so they had to wait six months for data and then you know a couple months to collect and analyze and review it and make sure everything looks good so there were moving expeditiously but they were also you know there were sort of benchmarks. They had hit including that six months of of additional safety data. And so that's why the approval came when it did who is covered in this full authorization because i know twelve to fifteen year olds are still under emergency use authors. What's the breakdown on. Yes the full approval goes for people. Sixteen and again. That's just because that's the group that was under the original. Excuse me and so that's why. Fda now has six months of additional safety data on that group that easy way for the pfizer vaccine. Four twelve to fifteen year olds came later so there hasn't been that six month follow up yet. So that's why there's this difference. Where twelve to fifteen year olds are still under. Eu way for the pfizer vaccine whereas sixteen above are part of this full approval. Now obviously the fda is giving approval for all of this but they did say that there were some risks associated with some risks of two types of heart inflammation than mostly affected younger men. They're called myocarditis and pericarditis and they're basically inflammation of different parts of the heart and the area around the heart and health officials have been seeing this with both the marna vaccines for the past couple months initially in israel where they rolled out vaccines really quickly and then subsequently in other countries as well including in the us and so this has been on the radar for a while and actually like a number. It was maybe a month or two ago. They added the risk of myocarditis and pericarditis chewed. The sort of information prescribers get for who give out vaccines. Also people get when they received their vaccines for both visor immature. But like you said so far. It appears to be most common within about a week of people. Second shots because these are two regiments and like the risk is highest for men under forty compared to older men or women overall and then it's the risk is like the highest risk is among twelve to seventeen year olds and it should be clear that there's the risk and they've seen this and it appears to be a rare side effect but it's again it's very rare and most cases appear to have been mild and sort of resolved on their own and what experts would also tell you is that myocarditis and pericarditis. There are a lot of different causes. A common one is a viral infection and the rates of both appear to be much higher after kobe. Nineteen infection than from these vaccines. What's mix then for all the vaccines. Were still waiting for. Modernity get their full approval. That'll take a little bit of time. And then beyond that even for pfizer. The next step for them is more data on younger kids right. So that they can get the full authorizations. They're the big question really seems to be win. The vaccines are going to be authorized for kids under twelve and that's obviously very pressing with school. Starting with the epa said is that they're just waiting on clinical trial data from these charles aren't going so they have to wait for the companies to gather data and then submit them to the agency for review and so they can't like put a certain timeframe on when they're going to authorize this and what they what. They really specifies that like they need these studies to be done in kids because kids are different. There as janet. Woodcock the acting commissioner of the fda said today. They're not just small adults so they want to make sure they have the same like they wanna make sure they understand the safety profile and kids and they also want to make sure they have a correct does to see if they can use a smaller dosing kids for example andrew joseph reporter at that news. Thank you very much for joining us. Thanks so much for having me. I appreciate it. It's crazy how much we have to pay for outdated impersonal healthcare and even crazier that we all just accept it. It's time to face facts. Healthcare is backwards. 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Delta Air Lines to Charge Unvaccinated Staff $200 per Month

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Delta Air Lines to Charge Unvaccinated Staff $200 per Month

"Delta airlines ratcheting up corporate pressure to get its workers vaccinated starting november one any delta employee who remains unvaccinated. We'll have to pay an additional two hundred dollars a month in order to stay on delta's healthcare plan

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Delta Will Charge Unvaccinated Employees $200 per Month

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Delta Will Charge Unvaccinated Employees $200 per Month

"Delta airlines says it won't force employees to get a corona virus vaccine but the choice not to it's going to cost them I'm Ben Thomas with the latest delta airlines will charge employees on the company health plan two hundred dollars a month if they fail to get vaccinated against covert nineteen CEO ed Bastian justifies the policy by pointing to the cost to the airline for the average hospital stay of an infected employee forty thousand dollars Bastian says of the delta employees hospitalized for COPD in recent weeks none have been fully vaccinated delta also says starting in September it will require weekly testing for unvaccinated ploy ease the airline will pick up the cost of that testing still delta isn't going as far as United Airlines which is requiring employees to get vaccinated or face termination I'm Ben Thomas

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Delta Air Lines Will Make Unvaccinated Employees Pay Monthly Charge

John Williams

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Delta Air Lines Will Make Unvaccinated Employees Pay Monthly Charge

"And Delta Airlines won't force employees to get vaccinated, but it is going to make unvaccinated workers pay a $200 monthly charge. Delta says that will also require weekly testing for unvaccinated employee starting next month, and the airline says that this will also impact those unvaccinated workers. Health

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Biden Says US-Led Evacuation From Kabul Is Accelerating

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Says US-Led Evacuation From Kabul Is Accelerating

"Pentagon spokesman said the commercial aircraft would not fly into kabul itself but would be used to transport people already flown out. The administration has asked for three planes each from american airlines atlas air delta airlines and omni air to from hawaiian airlines and four from united

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Southwest, American, Delta Airlines Break With United, Won't Mandate Vaccine for Workers

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Southwest, American, Delta Airlines Break With United, Won't Mandate Vaccine for Workers

"Looks like american delta and southwest airlines. Have all agreed. They will not require vaccinations to either work for the airlines or fly with them. So if you're not vaccinated i guess you'll still be able to fly on american xiao th west or delta. I don't think united is taking that path. I'm pretty sure. United is requiring vaccinations for its employees. I'm not sure about passengers.

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Delta Flight Diverted When off-Duty Flight Attendant Becomes Unruly

Tim Conway Jr.

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Delta Flight Diverted When off-Duty Flight Attendant Becomes Unruly

"A Delta Airlines employee has been arrested for causing a flight from L. A x to Atlanta to land in Oklahoma City, ABC. Kenneth Martin says the employee allegedly threatened to take down the flight on Friday night. Delta crew members and passengers tackling an off duty Delta flight attendant thought authorities say the unruly passenger 34 year old Stefan Jamaar, Duncan, was showing signs of mental health issues and threatening to take down the L. A to Atlanta flight. Passengers say the man's appearance when boarding the plane raised eyebrows, questioning why he was allowed to board the flight. We're going to swat like helmet, me and elbow pads. The plane made an emergency landing in Oklahoma City, where it was swept in. Cleared. The FBI is now handling the

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FBI Investigating Attempted Hijacking on Delta Flight

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

FBI Investigating Attempted Hijacking on Delta Flight

"Of people aboard commercial jets going out of control. The FBI Is looking into the actions of one passenger who forced a Delta Airlines jet out of L. A heading for Nashville to make an emergency landing in Albuquerque. CBS News has learned. Flight attendants were forced to act when the man approached the 7 37 flight deck 36 passing. Yes, sir 86 After making an emergency landing, the unruly passenger was removed by authorities, Delta told CBS News Thanks to the crew and passengers of Delta Flight, 3 86. Who assisted in detaining an unruly passenger, which they did and no uncertain terms. CBS News correspondent Michael George in the Belmont

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Delta Flight Lands Safely After Flight Crew Detains Unruly Passenger

WBZ Programming

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Delta Flight Lands Safely After Flight Crew Detains Unruly Passenger

"Jets going out of control. The FBI is looking into the actions of one passenger who forced a Delta airline jet out of L. A heading for Nashville to make an emergency landing in Albuquerque, CBS News has learned. Flight attendants were forced to act when the man approached the 7 37 flight deck. 36 passengers illustrations. The gender of a very difficult after making an emergency landing. The unruly passenger was removed by authorities, Delta told CBS News thanks to the crew and passengers of Delta flight, 3 86, who assisted in detaining an unruly passenger, which they did in no uncertain terms. Correspondent Michael George In the Belmont Stakes. Essential

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Delta Flight Lands Safely After Flight Crew Detains Unruly Passenger

Leo Laporte

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Delta Flight Lands Safely After Flight Crew Detains Unruly Passenger

"24 hour news room at Delta Airlines Flight from L. A to Nashville had to divert to New Mexico when a passenger tried to break into the cockpit. The airline says the passenger was detained by other passengers and crew numbers yesterday. The plane landed in Albuquerque, A man

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Delta Flight Diverted After Unruly Passenger Tries to Breach Cockpit

News, Traffic and Weather

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Delta Flight Diverted After Unruly Passenger Tries to Breach Cockpit

"Flight earlier on Friday so an unruly passenger be tackled, tied up and dragged through the aisle. Delta Airlines flight 3 86 was heading from late in Nashville when Delta and officials confirm a passenger tried to breach the cockpit in this audio from live at EC dot net. Pilots report in that the passenger has been restrained. He is restrained, found over three We're told crew members and passengers restrained the man and that he did not make it into the cockpit. The plane diverted to Albuquerque, where the man was arrested by the FBI. Alec

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"delta airlines" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"delta airlines" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Delta Airlines is still painfully aware of passenger hesitancy to get on an airplane during the Corona virus pandemic. Has announced they will continue to block out the middle seats and limit flight capacity through April of 2021. Delta spokesman Bill Lynch said the airline wants customers to have complete confidence. And they have told Delta that more space provides peace of mind. Delta will continue to reassess C blocking based on case transmission and vaccination rates. Meanwhile, the airline is the on Lee won in the US that is currently blocking middle seats. This has been the Protect your assets with David Hollander. Business and Technology report concerned this recession will ruin your dream Retirement. Learn more. Listen to David Show every Saturday Morning on Km Beyond or call 1866 Protect time for some foreplay with Papa in London. I'm Dirk Diggler. Four chunks of audio that really get you going. I have a gift, and I'm trying to not be selfish about it. But to use it on KNBR 1045 Inch 68 v sports leader, a real quick couple of pieces of know before we get to the foreplay, Clay Thompson is out of his walking boot. And the 40 Niners have given Josh Rosen one year contract. So possibly he'll be around stuck. People would wanna know that anything Hello? Anything anything? All right, let's get to the foreplay. The four pieces of sound. You have to know today, many requests for this on the text line. The streaker and Kevin Harlan. Remember Kevin Harlan had the great call. It was 40 Niners in Ram's. He had a call on a Monday night game. It was Giants and we're trying to think of the other team was, But it was Giants I know was always the cat. It was the cat. On Monday night football. I believe, and it was the Giants against somebody I forgot. And then last night The columnist Stryker, But he wasn't a streaker. He was in a pink one piece bikini. He was promoting a porn site. So here is Kevin Harlan with the so called streaker. Play by play in the Super Bowl. 503 to go. Someone has run on the field. Some guy with a broad and now is not being chased. He's running down the middle of 40 arms in the air in the victory salute. He's pulling down his pants..

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"delta airlines" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"delta airlines" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"In their body insurers Delta Airlines is expanding its no fly list his part of stepped up security measures. Delta has added 880 people to its no fly list, many for not complying with its mask requirement and others for harassing other passengers are unruly behavior related to the presidential election results. Last week, Trump supporters heckled Utah Senator Mitt Romney on a Delta flight from Salt Lake City to Washington, D C today on CNBC appearance. Delta CEO also said the airline will ban passengers traveling to Washington. D C from checking firearms is part of increased security measures ahead of next week's inauguration. On Lee Law enforcement will be exempt from the van. Tanya J. Powers. Fox News. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer is called for Capitol Hill riders to be added to federal no fly lists. Prosecutors in Wisconsin are asking a judge to order Illinois teen Kyle written house to stay out of bars and away from violent white power groups like the proud voice. Rittenhouse is charged with killing two people, injuring a third during protests over a police shooting in Kenosha. Last year. 18 year old Kyle Rittenhouse was apparently seen in a Kenosha County bar January 5th with his mother, in which he took pictures with supporters who prosecutors say made finger signs that they allege or upside down symbols of hate now asking a judge to order written house to stay away from bars and away from extremist groups, for which there's no evidence the teenager has any ties to supporters raised two million Dollars to post written houses bail on charges of murder and attempted murder in the Kenosha riots in August, in which his lawyers site what they call overwhelming video evidence of self defense. Jeff in also, the Trump administration is giving a potential boost to self driving vehicles, allowing manufacturers to bypass some crash standards, cutting production costs in new rules issued today by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration..

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"delta airlines" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"delta airlines" Discussed on WTOP

"If we go to Jeff Playbook ended, 2020 and record eyes retreated to start the new year by the close of Alice. Down 383 points. The S and P 500 index in the NASDAQ Both finish today. Down about 1.5%. Construction spending. It's the highest level in the least 18 years. In November, the jump in construction spending was led by the construction of new houses. Airlines are starting to see possible light at the end of the tunnel, Delta Airlines chief executive says His airline will be positive cash flow by spraying. The U. S airline industry. Lost an estimated $35 billion last year. Esquire magazine's list of 100 restaurants, America can't afford to lose. Includes one of D C ourselves and DC's West End, Esquire says Nowhere in D C is fine dining done finer. Ourselves open 21 years ago, although it is currently temporarily closed. Deftly pull double duty openings. Thanks so much Jeff Coming up. Georgia Georgia Election official refutes the president's statements on the call he had with the States Secretary of State all of those details coming up. It's 4 56 brighter futures start with a boost of positive energy. That's why at Pepco, we're committed to bringing this energy to each customer and every corner of our community. Especially when times are tough.

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"delta airlines" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"delta airlines" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Right now let's take to the skies and the airwaves And here he is the friendliest man in the skies. Jay Ratliff. Good morning J. Can't get more than my friend. How are you on this glorious Friday? I don't think it could be any better if you want to try. Try. If you live in Akron, If you live in Akron, Ah, the airport authority up there is preparing to offer $1 million to Delta to return their service to Atlanta. So there's no service out of Akron, Teo to Atlanta on Delta Now there used to be, But a week ago, Delta announced that they were temporarily. I love that word, suspending flights out of the Akron airport, 15 other airports across the country. Do the coronavirus and, of course, now the airports trying to see what they could do to bring Delta back and they've decided that they're going to propose a $1 million incentive. Two Delta Airlines to help lure the carrier back now, the Akron airport had just 16,000 passengers pass through the airport in August. That's down 76% from the same month a year ago, so I know Usher. The incentive will work to try to get Delta back, but they're going to do what they can. The smaller airports across the country can't have taken and absolute beating because the fact that the airlines have reduced significantly their service. A lot of these smaller regional airports. Akron has some commercial service does it not? Oh, yeah, They've had spirit American United Delta. But when you have this type of a crisis going on Airlines are very quick to, uh, change their flight schedules, focusing on those markets to give him the higher shield or profit and a lot of times if you have AH, smaller airports that Profits. Just not there. They're going to use that passing the crew rather in that aircraft on markets that make more money. I was traveling yesterday and ah, in in an airport Southwest. Had a lot of planes didn't see a lot of passengers, but a lot of planes and the people at the airport told me that I was at that they have not cancelled the majority. In fact, they have canceled very few flights. Myself making a major announcement and they took it on the chin. Like all the airlines did financially what's going on here? You know, they say optics is everything. Well, you know, southwest months ago, was very proud to show how much they cared for passenger safety by blocking the middle seat. When the coronavirus hit Yesterday, the airline announced that they've had their worst quarterly loss ever. Um and they've also decided that you know it's it's it's time to stop blocking those middle seats. It's okay toe fill the airplane up, but I'm thinking I wish these announcements had been made on different days. Because what they're saying is Look, we've lost a great deal of money and it it's it's okay now to sell all the seats on board an aircraft because you know the tester showing that you know it's very difficult to catch the Corona virus on an aircraft when you wear a mask. Of course. One of the tests was sponsored by United Airlines, but the thought is that it's okay to do it, so they're gonna start packing them in there. A zoo of the end of December. And what we're gonna be thing is other airlines. You're probably going to be following suit as well. So hopefully the masks and all the social distancing and things Throughout the airport are going to help because airlines very soon you're going to start packing them in the much as they can, and I'll have more of this story on our aviation block, which sponsored by the Greater Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport. Alfred Affairs, Orlando Roundtrip $74 and you find that and we're great deals of CVG airport dot com. Where are the headaches today? At least at this hour? J. What huggers are Horton? This this hour Dallas in Chicago going to give us some delays because of rain. By this afternoon and evening, Detroit will get in on the act. The rest of the country, though, looks in very good shape. Thank you, J friendliest man of the skies. That would be Jay Ratliff and now We look to the West for some sage advice, A shining light.

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"delta airlines" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"delta airlines" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"This sixteenth day of June yeah I got to a two two thousand twenty I'm just I'm stuck around here because I I'm going over and they just released I told the United Airlines starting Thursday is going to require everybody wear a mask and if you don't wear a mask you will they be sent to the principal's office and be but you on a restricted list they will not let you ever fly United Airlines again which I don't know if that's a plus or a minus I'd tell they have depleted the covert virus so not only that but we got all these announcements that just came out here's a delta airlines said that they have temporarily moved to a central food and beverage offerings on board I don't know what that means but here's the bad news no alcohol only bottled water will be served for beverages Alex is very concerned about this odd no plastic wraps no ice no ice for you nope it'll be just like in Europe what you want I use with your with your soda this is delta to snack offerings for passengers in the main cabin and delta comfort plus as well as on first class flights of less than nine hundred miles mail service on delta will now be pre packaged non perishable slight fuel boxes for first class and delta one passengers on flights greater than nine hundred miles first of all for all the unwashed masses you don't get nothing but in the upper elite seats you'll get I don't know which is worse pre packaged non perishable does that mean that it will live in a in a city dump for the next million years it will never ever heritage it is whatever you're going to give you that you want that they're going to ask you to put into your body will be a pre packaged non perishable box with tool snack operators that's where the fancy dancy of first class our customers yep now let's see what preselected special meals will be temporarily suspended at delta American Airlines you will hear this on their ads no Sir re Bob you you you get information here you will not hear on a United Airlines at all right how about American Airlines American said that they have not updated their food in Lowndes service in response to go over ninety however previous changes include no alcohol in main cabin on flights less than two thousand two hundred miles what's wrong with having a drink is there something that you can is that make you more does that make you.

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"delta airlines" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"delta airlines" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The heading green the new deal priorities Hey sees green you steal is now in the corona virus aid package thanks to the Democrats why because they want all airlines that receive financial assistance to offset their carbon emissions on domestic flights by twenty twenty five because that'll save lives right if your grandmother is dying right now let's make sure they're a carbon offsets with delta airlines it includes tax breaks for solar and wind energy companies and the most insidious will pull it requires under the heading federal licensing Alexion's federalizing Alexion's what a state where Republic of states they want to tell states how to run their elections including the nationalization of ballot harvesting same day registration and a no excuse voting by mail what is that got to do with the coronavirus nothing it's about stealing the next election ballot harvesting you know about how this thing is it was made legal in California twenty sixteen it means any body without verification can collect the remote votes of voters and deliver them to a polling station with no accreditation no checks no verification it's called stealing your Republic and that's what the Democrats care about more than your safety I'm Sebastian Gorka this is America first Sebastian Gorka former Deputy Assistant to president trump yeah get a free copy of my new book the war for America so when you.

"delta airlines" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"delta airlines" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"After delays on the mass pike westbound of course I'll pass Newton corner than from route sixteen out of the state police barracks in Weston miking WBZ's traffic on the threes now we check the four day WBZ accu weather forecast that is brought to us by the Massachusetts state lottery here's Brian clouds will be on the increase as we head into tonight there will be a mild night with a shower to around only drop down to forty six for an overnight low high temperatures up near sixty tomorrow with clouds and some sunshine as it turns even milder the clouds for tomorrow night with occasional rain and drizzle in the low forty five breezy on Wednesday with intervals of clouds and sunshine a high of fifty four well the mostly sunny sky on Thursday will be breezy with a high of fifty two and it will turn brisk and colder later in the week and the potential is there for coastal storm that could bring some wintry precipitation closer to the start of the weekend I'm asked about the bitter row just Brian Thompson WBC Boston's radio fifty six degrees in Merrimack New Hampshire fifty four right now in reading fifty two in Worcester fifty one in Boston add excitement to your next night out with keynote from the mass lottery now through March twenty eighth play keno bonus for a greater chance to multiply your price with the addition of a two times multiplier on the go keno to go take it at a local retailer then watch on the mass lottery yeah must be eighteen or older to play for twenty five times check New England business brought to you by first Republic bank the clock is ticking still nothing from UMass about its plans for an online college in last year's state of the university address president Marty Meehan announced plans to launch online learning as a way to get ahead of a shrinking pool of college age students with an eye toward making it a four hundred million dollar business in five years the Boston business journal reports the school is not yet found a partner launched the effort and delays are the result of a thoughtful approach one alternative to Logan airport being under utilized officials with Worcester regional airport a portion to get noticed by more airlines and turning to massport for help getting the word out the telegram reports an all out slugfest between delta airlines jet blue for top dog at Logan shouldn't hamper Worcester's options there's been a slight growth in.

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"delta airlines" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"delta airlines" Discussed on AP News

"Delta airlines said it will invest one billion dollars over the next ten years to offset climate warming carbon emissions from its planes delta said the money would go into things like boosting fuel efficiency and investing in efforts to remove carbon from the atmosphere by planting trees and restoring wetlands in a report last September the international council on clean transportation ranked delta eighth among eleven U. S. airlines in fuel efficiency per passenger delta finished slightly ahead of American Airlines but behind southwest and United front tier airlines ranked first thanks to its newer jets more direct routes and more passengers per flight than most rivals Wells Fargo agreed Friday to pay three billion dollars to settle criminal and civil investigations into a long running practice were company employees opened millions of unauthorized bank accounts in order to meet unrealistic sales goals since the fake accounts scandal came to light in twenty sixteen wells has paid out billions in fines to state and federal regulators reshuffled its board of directors and seen to CEOs and other top level executives leave the company wells Fargo's reputation has never fully recovered from the sales scandal even four years later the three billion dollar payment includes a five hundred million dollar civil payment to the securities and exchange commission which will distribute those funds to investors who are impacted by wells behavior author Dan brown's going conspiracy free for his next book that will have a lighter more musical touch the da Vinci code writer is working on a picture story called wild symphonies scheduled to be published in September Rodale kids an imprint of Random House children's books calls it an entertaining X. ians in which the playful maestro miles trustee baton in hand brings readers along as he visits a variety of animal friends from cheaters in kangaroos to elephants and blue whales wild symphony will be illustrated by Susan but Tory will be accompanied by the release of children's classical music written by brown brown says he always tries to weave together various themes in his novels because he's doing the same thing with this new project by using three different languages simultaneously art music and words eight hi Jackie Quinn is it in trump campaigning in Las Vegas is suggesting that intelligence reporting about Russian interference to help his campaign is just missing information from Democrats after three years of ridiculous which Johnson partisan Democrat crusades.

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"delta airlines" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"delta airlines" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Normally this time you'd hear Kerr courageous moment but today I want to praise a lot of companies that really get it that what really matters is the you don't tell your employees you value them but you actually do and one of the ways you can show that is by sharing the profits with your employees in good times because they were coring key to making it happen especially a service business delta airlines paid huge bonuses to their employees because delta has been making very large profits partially because of the grounding of the Max from Boeing which they don't have any of in their fleet southwest on the other hand which had the world's largest numbers of Max's either in service or on order or in combination also southwest took it on the channel last year financially because the grounding of those planes but what it southwest do they still made a profit even though it was down they gave their employees bonuses well to about six weeks pay and do you know the number of businesses big give their employees a share of the profits each year somewhere around a third of companies I don't know why the other two thirds don't remember you don't exist as a business it is not for your employees and even if your employees don't have ownership rewarding your employees with a share what they made happen is keen to motivating employees if an employee knows that all they're doing is lining the pockets of the owners why does somebody normally have extra pep in their stop go that extra mile for a customer you know I've always believed that the companies that do best other companies that take care of their employees first because no matter what your goal no matter what industry you're in it's ultimately about serving the customer with the products or services whatever it is you do and employees that are rewarded as a business becomes more successful become more committed they act more like owners and so if you work for one of the one in to the two and three companies that don't reward hard work well no there's one in three companies that actually do reward you for your hard work this.

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"delta airlines" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"delta airlines" Discussed on AP News

"Froze but reported the attack to authorities she froze she says because the last time she was touched without her consent was during her kidnapping ordeal that began in two thousand two taken from her Utah home and repeatedly raped until her rescue nine months later smart says she called her husband and asked if he had a sign on her forehead that says easy prey or victim adding she's sick of it delta airlines says it's cooperating with authorities as they investigate the incident I'm Jackie Quinn the revived XFL pro football leagues increasing sports betting in a major way as its first games are played just after the NFL's February second Super Bowl which is one of the biggest betting events in the U. at the legal consciously appeals to fans accustomed to bedding and professional or college football and to otherwise would have nothing to bet on for months the XFL has done everything from inviting sports book operators to a mini camp to meeting with gambling companies to ask what they'd like to see from a football league as well as putting point spread them the TV screen and giving teams the option of seeking different numbers of points after score Phillies president and chief operating officer says they're embracing the spread from the start twins enter the basilar ousted I'm commit wire with an A. P. news minute army lieutenant colonel Alexander Veneman and national security aide and his twin brother lieutenant colonel your Benny been men have lost their jobs at the White House pushed out after Alexander testified against president trump in the house impeachment investigation defense secretary mark asper was ask about protecting them we protect all of our persons for US service members from from retribution or anything anything like that so we've already addressed that policy and and and other means later ambassador Gordon Sunland who also testified in the house impeachment investigation released a statement saying he has been immediately recall from his post as ambassador to the European Union in tonight's debate in New Hampshire between seven Democrats running for president tech entrepreneur and yanks as well they all want to oust president trump Democrats are mistaken in acting as if trump is the cause of all of our problems Yang at strap is a symptom of the disease has been building up for years and decades I'm AT P. digital news back in a moment thank you for listening to the AP radio network Hey did you know that yes seated press produces news related books here's what's new.

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"delta airlines" Discussed on AP News

AP News

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"delta airlines" Discussed on AP News

"Company on behalf of Disney saying that it had to pay two hundred and fifty dollars for what it called an illegal screening but now Disney CEO Bob Iger has tweeted an apology to the school on behalf of the company he says he will personally donate to the school's fundraising effort I'm Oscar wells Gabriel hiring is strong at the start of twenty twenty eight P. is my campaign has a look at the latest numbers the labor department says US employers added two hundred twenty five thousand jobs in January a half a million people were looking for work and not all found jobs causing the unemployment rate to increase to three point six percent that's up from a half century low of three point five percent in December the numbers suggested businesses remain confident and the economy with job gains increasing from a year ago unusually warm weather could have played a role allowing construction projects to move forward construction companies added forty four thousand jobs in January my camp in Washington kidnapping survivor Elizabeth smart says she was sexually assaulted last year by a man sitting next to her on a plane AP correspondent Jackie Quinn reports the thirty two year old mother of three tells CBS she was flying to Atlanta in July and was sleeping on the flight when the man next to her started rubbing her inner thigh Elizabeth smart says she froze but reported the attack to authorities she froze she says because the last time she was touched without her consent was during her kidnapping ordeal that began in two thousand two taken from her Utah home and repeatedly raped until her rescue nine months later smart says she called her husband and asked if he had a sign on her forehead that says easy prey or victim adding she's sick of it delta airlines says it's cooperating with authorities as they investigate the incident I'm Jackie Quinn seven five ten a colonel Alexander and his twin brother army lieutenant colonel Yevgeny than men were both removed from their jobs at the White House president trump's response to Alexander's testimony to Congress in the impeachment investigation defense secretary mark Casper tells reporters have been mens are still in the service we welcome back all of our service members were they serve to any assignment they're they're given I'd I would refer you to to the army for any more detail on that a short time later ambassador Gordon son on who also testified announce he was recalled immediately from his post as ambassador to the European Union trump also take shots as on the Democrats running to take his place especially critical the problems with the Iowa caucuses embarrassing hello I'm not overly embarrassed by it I see the shows is one of the same it is a disaster trump is going to kill us on this one they're right seven of the Democrats running for president debate ahead of Tuesday's New Hampshire primary former vice president Joe Biden says he expects to take a hit since voters in the state normally back candidates from New Hampshire or neighboring states tech entrepreneur answer to Yang says while he and the others all want to defeat president trump in November his fellow Democrats are wrong in thinking trump is the problem he feels the problems this country faces have been growing for years if not decades more cases more deaths from the corona virus in China more people have been flown out of China to the U. S. where they will be quarantine for two weeks doctor Robert Redfield heads the CDC this is a serious global public health situation and it continues to fall rapidly it's understandable that Americans are concerned but again the immediate risks to the American public is low the CDC says it's unlikely people arriving from China will have symptoms this is a P. news a federal judge hands down the toughest sentence yet in the college admissions bribery scandal involving rich parents in top universities a B. Jackie Quinn with more Douglas Hodge has received the harshest penalty yet nine months in prison a three quarter of a million dollar fine and community service prosecutors say the sixty two year old former investment company C. E. O. paid out eight hundred fifty thousand dollars in bribes to get four of his children into the university of southern California and Georgetown University as fake athletic recruits he also allegedly tried to get another son into Loyola Marymount Hodges apologized in a statement read in court for tipping the scales in favor of his children over others more than fifty people were charged in the admissions team including actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin I'm Jackie Quinn a total of twenty parents have pleaded guilty I'm Tim acquire AP news more news right after this.

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"delta airlines" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

09:33 min | 2 years ago

"delta airlines" Discussed on KGO 810

"Stories from the sky Roger Roger lines which is we told you I think our last origin this guy is the company that was favored by most travelers in a survey of airlines delta airlines employees are getting a huge pay out a record one point six billion dollars in profit sharing the bonus payment to the Atlanta based company ninety thousand ploys work for it we'll be equivalent about two months salary this is the sixth straight year that delta has paid out profit sharing bonuses of more than a billion dollars and this year's total surpasses the record of a billion and a half dollars in twenty sixteen the delta had paid out congradulations delta employees Boeing is temporarily stopped making the seven thirty seven MAX airplanes the assembly line up in Washington state has temporarily stopped building this best selling plane Boeing announced plans to Paul's production for undetermined period but it has not previously announced a precise date for the shut down but this is the date for the shutdown welcome to date for the shut down Boeing is saying they're not gonna follower lay off workers because of the shutdown but obviously the effects of this will ripple through the supply chain so this this is big news workers who built parts for the seven thirty seven macs are getting laid off according to this article they are having their hours cut worldwide so even as perhaps in Washington nobody's getting laid off as to say at the Boeing plant in Washington state there are reports of people are getting their hours cut and laid off a manufacturing company that builds parts for the Boeing seven thirty seven MAX is laying off or for allowing workers or they're cutting the hours of workers skills anchors a nonprofit that offers training and jobs for people with disabilities it's about sixty percent of its staff of six hundred have a shelf identified disability and they are getting laid off or furloughed or again have had their hours cut in a termination letter sent to some affected employees in it they say they've had to do this because of reduced production rates from our largest customer Boeing and how about the new department of transportation rule on those service animals on the emotional support animals on airplanes this is an ongoing story the last few years as the kind of service animal or emotional support animal has become more outrageous and more instances peacocks miniature horses and catch will no longer fly as service animals under this proposed department of transportation rule really cats can't fly don't catch just sit in the carrier and under the seat leave your support cat at home I they seem like I have to be honest about all of the animals cats seem even more than dogs to be less of a burden there in that little cat terror you slide under the seat in front of you they take up less room than my briefcase but why do they need to come in the cabin why don't they need to come you know who should come a seeing eye dog or dogs that can detect seizures or a dog or some type of medical service animal that is there for a real reason might not Jack my god the Texas Rangers I want my god why Ellie because I love also on the list are Turkey so don't forget the turkeys and no turkeys no lizards no peacocks please look I've seen some pretty outrageous things on planes I told you about the people right in front of me who brought a dog gone and the dog absolutely was as big as a Shetland pony there's I mean really I'm not exaggerating in fact I joked with the lady inappropriately apparently because he didn't laugh at all although I'm used to people not really laughing when I'm joking there you go again but I said that I symbol that grow up to be a full grown horse or will it stay as a pop and she didn't she just glared at me not amused so two hours into the flight what happened which is right in front of me her in our family the at at all I don't blame the animal but all it it let loose with the you know it had to go to the bathroom there was no bathroom on board for it so we just went there and it was a shall we say malodorous offering on I'll to exactly thank you it was the surprise of the horse but I must exact and the other thing is I think it was I want to be too specific but it was not an easy to clean up situation also them but I'll give the flight attendants so much credit they all descended on the area there was no drama there was no shaming there was no they had already it seemed probably dealt with this many times because they had this spray that they spread out over here in the front of the cabin and I said from the gallows coach you know but I'm just saying was toward the front all the first class people came back and talk about the the flight times from there and the flight attendants from the from the back of the plane they're all like you know this is a clean up detail and they had the spray and so they they handled this sort of hazmat team kind of way you cannot say you love your country well that's what the country is now I don't know I tend to be a little more shall we say generous in allowing people to bring my but I understand is get a little crazy it's so much it's like a bus ride in a third world country right you know I got the chickens on their shoulders or what this is come on it's an airline people let's have a little class yeah outlook this is a classy country now everybody right here you hear you hear yeah exactly anyway apparently the definition for what will be considered these emotional support animals will be limited to dogs again cat people I'm angry I'm counting on your support the president of the association of flight attendants was quoted saying the days of Noah was arc in the air are hopefully coming to an end well screw that I like to know is are now how to stay healthy on a plane as the corona virus flu and colds raise travel concerns the center for disease control and prevention on Friday said it would take the unusual step of screening passengers traveling to the U. S. from China Kim was reporting on that story last couple of days what is a traveling germ of all to do on a plane they say wash your hands often with soap and water for at least twenty seconds it's the single most important infection control measure its first among the guidelines for preventing the spread of the disease on commercial aircraft they say that's better than the the gel I'm glad you asked I think Kerry alcohol based hand sanitizer okay see recommends at least sixty percent alcohol in the hand sanitizer you use in case water isn't nearby and lord knows it's not because you gotta walk thirty rows back to the bathrooms and then there's like a line it looks like a line at the DMV to get into the stink and bathroom it's awful so bring the hand sanitizer avoid touching your eyes nose and mouth with unwashed hands the CDC is telling flight crews and passengers both to avoid that and keep the air vents above your seat open to improve ventilation frequent flyer and travel analyst Henry heartfelt well here's the Bible for trouble when it comes to me he says he's right here in San Francisco so she points the open vent to blow air away from him on every flight he does that and then this do what my girlfriend does White House on the arm rest and tray table with sanitary wipes brain tissues to open the bathroom door I am totally bringing Clorox wipes told you my girlfriend comes with three different kinds of wipes one for the screen one for the seat I mean it's on real bring a facemask also was the last thing in case you're seated next to someone coughing or sneezing is this Sir travel consultant says is becoming routine for many passengers following the sars epidemic in three to bring them face mask Hey I know it seems weird but you know it's life and death now with these new infectious diseases in the corona virus outbreak now it it really might make a difference and lastly ask a flight attendant if it's possible to switch seats to move away from a sick passenger show that stars in the sky for today.

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"delta airlines" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

14:54 min | 2 years ago

"delta airlines" Discussed on 790 KABC

"The traffic to drive out to mammoth but don't go out to Tahoe there's too much now yeah there have an air and avalanches I'd stay away from there so we'll be monitoring the situation hopefully they can figure out how many people are missing but if an avalanche takes up an entire resort that's not good now maybe delta airlines can do a flyover double their hot coffee on them I better not be might get sued yeah well speaking of which Gloria Allred is representing one of the women who is suing delta airlines over what happened in cutting hay earlier this week hopefully we'll have Gloria on later on in the program so she can make her case but first I want to spend some time talking about a gentleman who just passed away recently his name was Mike you'll men and it's probably a name that you don't know but it's a name that you you should know because he played a very important role in the world he was a lawyer he was a college professor anyways a high ranking official in both the Ford and the Reagan justice department this he was actually in line to be appointed to the court of appeals in Washington DC this is the very important court of appeals where Supreme Court justices come from and you'll man was Reagan's point man on abortion matters among other subjects and he was a very devout Catholic very pro life very much a scholar in that world very close to Ronald Reagan and when word leaked out that Ronald Reagan was thinking about appointing this man Mike you'll men to the court of appeals a guy by the name of Joe Biden Oldham aside instead you're gonna get on that court of appeals over my dead body Joe Biden at the time was the chairman of the Judiciary Committee in the U. S. Senate that body would determine who gets on the court and who doesn't and Joe Biden said U. R. D. O. way Sir you were never ever ever going to be a judge on this court and it became a Sicilian thing between those two from that point forward no love lost by the way the guy who ended up getting that gig on the court ended up being Clarence Thomas who was appointed to the US Supreme Court so if you want to know who's responsible for Clarence Thomas in many ways it's Joe Biden so after Joe Biden sunk Mike you'll men's chances at being appointed to this court he decided to go in academia he became one of the nation's foremost scholars on the separation of powers that was his beat any worked at Claremont graduate university which is where I went I was one of his students along with Tammy Bruce who will watch on fox news or listen to on the radio very popular radio program a Frank pass story was also a student of Michelman's who had a showing que que LA and used to be Hugh Hewitt's Philip house former Major League Baseball player was a pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds for many years by the way passed away it's a horrible motorcycle accident as he was driving home from his radio show died a very young man very unfortunate but we would sit there the three of us and many others and we would learn at Newman's me about the separation of powers and there was no better experts in the country to learn about the separation of powers from the Michelman he was there he not only studied it and add a PhD in a law degree but he was in the justice department in the Ford and Reagan administrations number three god when all the stuff was going down one of the things that he taught us about in this class is something that is now very relevant today one of the subjects that he taught with something called impoundment which sounds like this nebulous legal term you don't really know what it means you don't know what it is but impoundment was something that Richard Nixon created when he was president of the United States and really caused him to go to war with Congress way before Watergate they were pissed off at Richard Nixon over impoundment long before the break in at the Watergate ever occurred and they were upset because Richard Nixon did what in their estimation was a violation of the separation of powers Nixon wanted to spend less Congress wanted to spend more but in Congress they had a bunch of new deal Democrats that we're still there who wanted to spend like drunken sailors they spent like Yasiel Puig in a night club with a gold card and Dick Nixon one of them to cut the spending way back and they wouldn't do it so Nixon figured out a way figured out a trick to game the system so what Nixon did because constitutionally don't forget Congress has the power to spend the money and the executive has to execute with the Congress passes in allocates so Nixon said alright here's the deal although we did it in Nixon voice not in my voice here's the deal you could say we're going to spend and I'm just making this up a million dollars a year at the environmental protection agency but since I'm the executive and I have to actually spend the money what if I just don't spend three hundred thousand dollars of that allocated money and that money just went back to the federal treasury that's what he did so if he wanted cuts to the EPA and they wouldn't give it to him he just didn't spend the money if you want it cuts to the department of energy which I don't think even existed back then he just wouldn't spend the money you get the idea and that way he curbed federal spending without having to talk Congress in two cutting spending at all he did it himself so they said you can't do that Congress spends the money if we tell you you're supposed to spend it by dead you spend it so they created a law against impoundment which is what Nixon was doing fast forward to today there is no law that president trump broke by the admission of Nancy Pelosi at Adam Schiff as of a couple months ago they believe that he acted inappropriately they knew that that was a losers argument ultimate they need to come up with some law that he broke so they could go to the American people and say your president is a criminal so now they've come up with one what is it that they're going after president trump on impoundment that's what they're alleging that Congress authorized spending this money on Ukraine and he was gonna withhold that's right now here's the difference though between what president trump did and what Dick Nixon debt the money that was supposed to go to the Ukraine was conditional if they cut out the corruption they got the money if they didn't cut out the corruption we don't give it to him Congress spends the money but the person who makes the determination as to whether or not the queue crane is complying with what we want is the executive branch withholding the money from the Ukraine if they don't fix their corruption is something he's supposed to do that's part of his job in you go back if you listen to those tapes the tapes and they said we should dabbing and would lead to his impeachment you listen to those tapes go ahead you don't have to take my word for it you can do it yourself he is all over those tapes talking about corruption in the Ukraine what was it three or four years before this Biden was doing the exact same thing with Ukraine saying we're not going to give you the money unless you and the corruption if they didn't fix their corruption and he gave them the money she would be acting in violation of the law he did what he was supposed to DO and this is what they're hanging this entire impeachment on well we need witnesses we need people to come testify we need to talk to this person and that person no you don't you need to read the charge and you need to listen to that tape and then you say thank you goodbye have a good weekend that's all you need to do you don't need to go on with the dog and pony show in Nancy Pelosi's commemorative pens and Maxine waters smiling for the cameras in fact Jerry Nadler wobbling to the Senate with those cloven hooves his in puffbird and sweating up a storm you can see the margarine coming out of those pores when that guy's barely barely out of the house Nancy Pelosi in our Easter dress now that's required all you have to do is read the charge what did the constitution and listen to the tape that's all you need to do judge Judy could figure this out before the first commercial break maybe they should have sworn her in no kidding they wouldn't have time to get to the bone leave a commercial and she'd have this figured out and these fools are wasting our time with this nonsense and the news channels are going wall to wall in there so breathless in their coverage they know it's B. S. you know it's B. S. and I know it's B. S. so we know what the outcome is going to be he's going to be acquitted by a wide margin and then the spin on the news media is Republicans just wouldn't do their constitutional duty well the constitution is very clear and the separation of powers is very clear and anyone who's taken a high school government class could figure that out you don't need to learn from Michael you woman to understand how the separation of powers works in this incident it's very clear cut it it's very simple and they don't want you to know that they want you to think it's very complicated and requires lots of testimony and many hours of debate and it doesn't require any of that it's very clear cut Chris in Irvine Krishan KABC hello Hey how are you today good at yet had talked you for awhile all right so what what let me see if we get this clear here use me and in the words here are very crucial in my opinion they each word is very crucial to the US Congress simply approved they said yeah to the president of the executive branch they said yeah as far as we're concerned the money is available to give to them yeah there's the word if you want to and if you don't want to you don't have to be clear is if you do you're fine it's conditional exactly in Congress does that because if it wasn't tell me if I'm wrong if it was in court conditional and the president have the authorization to make the determination whether they deserve it or not on the Congress would send the money directly themselves that's there you go that's exactly what would happen is very subtle yeah they want to make it complicated but they wanna make it complicated because they don't have an argument white parents when I was a kid could give me a hundred dollars to go out to dinner or they can say or you can do whatever else you want with it it's up to you you don't have to spend on the dinner you do something else if you want to or you don't have to do anything at all you can keep it right well it would be like they are yeah if your dad told your mom Hey I'm going up to the east coast on a work trip if Chris makes his bed every day then give them fifty Bucks for the weekend so we can go to the movies with his friends if he doesn't make his bed every day that he doesn't get the money that he's got to stick around the house and watch TV your mom then has to determine whether or not you made your bed every day and if you did on Friday you get the money and if you didn't you get but guess yes this case should be closed and adjourned within seventy two hours absolutely thanks for the call Chris already see that have a great weekend it's twelve twenty two if you want to weigh in eight hundred two two two five two two two one eight hundred two two two K. 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"delta airlines" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"N. O. V. A. L. O. N. a noble on data has a story to tell no one gives it a voice with the voice of the colonel she is the French would say of OS two days pick up the pieces David wells I'll give it my best shot but there are pieces to be picked up at has one today the electric carmaker shares down about four and a half percent has love fell short of C. E. O. Elon musk goal of delivering a hundred thousand vehicles in the third quarter not tested did make ninety seven thousand deliveries mostly of the model three sedan and that number was a record disappointment though that they didn't make the higher figures of carrying the day so far at least consolation brands down three percent fiscal second quarter beer shipments from the beverage companies distributors were lower than estimates even though constellations earnings beat projections now those estimates came from a consensus Metrix survey pepsico up two and a half percent the soft drink and snack makers third quarter earnings beat the average analyst estimate in a Bloomberg survey sales also top projections after dust adjusting for deals and currency swings now just point out the results cover the twelve weeks ended September seventh we haven't gotten to the companies reporting for the regular calendar quarter yet but we will next week when delta airlines comes out. Raytheon's up one percent the defense contractors race equivalent five news or credits waist firm lifted its twelve month share price estimate by twenty two percent to.

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"Based delta airlines flight heading to fort Lauderdale W. S. B.'s Michelle Wright reports slide the pilot diverts the plan to make it a Martin of the plane rather to make an emergency landing yeah talk about scary the three thirty PM flight taking off from Hartsfield Jackson without incident then somewhere above central Florida the plane starts to drop falling nearly thirty thousand feet like seven minute walk in was on board and says. it's active moments so does yours around a lot of people were. hyperventilating breed early art the pilot making an emergency landing in Tampa with the plane still sits as mechanics trying to figure out what went wrong most of those passengers on board are now at their final destinations reporting live Michelle right ninety five point five W. SP troubling new information emerges about the American Airlines worker who had been found tampering a passenger jet into Florida first authorities thought I'll do Majeed a lot he was trying to generate some overtime for himself when he sabotaged an American flight into live from Miami to the Bahamas now federal prosecutors said the FBI found an ISIS video on a cell phone ABC's Erica Turkey reports a Lani is been denied bond he faces up to twenty years in prison just for tampering with that plane the trump administration plans to transfer federal land to military control in order to build about seventy miles of wall along the border with Mexico five hundred sixty acres of federal land will be transferred to the army some in Yuma county Arizona in the el Paso Texas area and in San Diego county California A. B. C.'s trucks Iverson says opponents worry about the environmental impacts part of the work will run along a wildlife refuge in Arizona Democrats want to follow the money as Congress prepares to grant billions in bailouts for farmers hurt by the trade war I'm Jeannie do pre in Washington in exchange for funding twenty eight billion dollars in bail outs for farmers get by retaliation over president trump's terror if someone make sure our our farmers are hold Democrats like Jim McGovern say the GOP must publicly detail where that money is going on I think transparency is a good thing Democrats say they're not sure the president had the power to okay billions in farm bailouts as a result of his trade battles Jamie as much more from Washington on his blog WSB radio dot.

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