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"e. u." Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:22 min | 8 months ago

"e. u." Discussed on AP News

"Data collection for the 2020 census is ending Rowley the census bureau says door knocking in the ability of households to respond to the questionnaire will stop at the end of September a month earlier than planned the bureau says it's making the move to meet and ended the year deadline to submit the numbers used to redraw congressional districts the change concerns researchers politicians and civil rights activists who believe the data collection process will miss hard to count communities including minorities and immigrants and produce less trustworthy data I'm my company European Union regulators say the opening an in depth investigation into tech giant Google's plan to buy fitness tracking device maker Fitbit the E. U.'s concerned the Fitbit deal with entrenched Google's position in the online market by increasing the already vast amount of data that the company could use to personalize ads its probe aims to ensure the control by Google the such data collected through wearable devices does not distort competition the E. U. worries that such an advantage would raise barriers for rivals to match Google's online services well the probe on the schools the E. U.'s role in global efforts to regulate big tech I'm Charles the last month

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"e. u." Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"e. u." Discussed on KQED Radio

"E. U. finance ministers debated sixteen hours before agreeing there should be a bigger joint response to the covert nineteen induced economic crisis among elements of the plan a hundred billion euros to subsidize wages so companies can cut working hours and not employees E. U. lending institutions will make cheap credit available to governments and businesses but the proposal does not resolve deep divisions over how to pay for a recovery plan in the longer term economic analyst Maria demerits is from the Bruegel think tank warns this will still require heavy lifting from national leaders Mauldin economics what we require is politics and some of those leaders are still in a standoff over whether to pool data to help southern countries hit hardest by the pandemic for NPR news I'm Terry Schultz in Brussels the president of Mexico says he now has a deal with president trump for both countries to reduce enough oil production to satisfy demands from the organization of petroleum exporting countries NPR's Carrie Kahn reports Mexico had threatened to derail an OPEC agreement to lower oil output worldwide president address Manuel Lopez Obrador said he had received assurances of the U. S. assistance with the oil cuts in a phone call with president trump Thursday night Mexico will cut production by one three thousand barrels a day and the U. S. will add to the cat with another two hundred and fifty thousand barrels a day OPEC leaders have been asking Mexico to cut up to four times as much Mexico is contributing said Lopez Obrador but it nearly twenty five percent reduction was too much to ask he said worldwide demand for oil has dropped dramatically due to the corona virus pandemic Mexico's president has made boosting oil sales a big source of national revenue one of his major policy goals since taking office in December two thousand eighteen Kerry con NPR news Mexico City Reuters is reporting that according to a letter released today from the inspector general's office the U. S. treasury department followed proper procedures in denying the U. S. house of representatives access to president trump's tax returns house ways and means committee chairman Richard Neal and may twenty nineteen issued a subpoena demanding the administration turned over six years of trump's returns you're listening to NPR news live from KQED news I'm Brian what governor Gavin Newsom says his administration wants to delay California's fishing season his remarks came hours after state wildlife officials canceled an emergency Telemedia to consider postponing recreational fishing season due to concerns that fishermen will flock to reverse when they should be sheltering at home KQED's Peter R. Cooney has more the California fish and game commission scheduled the public call in meeting to discuss if the state will suspend sport or recreational fishing because of covert nineteen but the commission postpone that discussion it says due to technical challenges as right governor Gavin Newsom you're short inches fishermen his daily press briefing we are not ending the season we just want to delay it a little bit and work with the counties to keep everybody protected Newsome said an official decision to delay the fishing season hasn't been made the commission plans to meet again next week I'm Peter Cooney KQED news Santa Clara county has launched a one stop hotline to help people facing financial hardship because of the pandemic apply for safety net programs San Jose city council member my Esparza says people who just lost their jobs are often unaware of how to get help.

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"e. u." Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"e. u." Discussed on KQED Radio

"But let's start with news that broke overnight that the E. U. finance ministers have agreed a five hundred and forty billion dollar rescue package the European countries hit hard by the corona virus pandemic the chairman of the Eurogroup Marius and Tina announced the deal reached after marathon discussions in Brussels and said the recovery deal would be temporary and talked his response contains bold and ambitious proposals that will then be unsinkable just a few weeks ago we can only remember the response to the financial crisis of the last decade when Nero the a little too late this time around the front well the French finance minister Bruno le maire hailed the agreement as the most important economic plan in E. U. history the ministers fell short of accepting the Dimond by France and Italy to share of the cost of the crisis by issuing so called corona bones a business reporter Andrew what is in Hong Kong and joins us now for more Andrew the most important economic plan some people saying in E. U. history Mr Centeno saying about himself so how will this money be used in practical terms well they'll be learns of a hundred billion euros to go to a scheme to subsidize wages the idea is that companies would cut working hours and not constables the European investment bank is going to lend up to two hundred billion euros to companies and also the European stability mechanism this was created in the wake of the old hearing the financial crisis more than a decade ago and that's going to make two hundred and forty billion euros off cheap credit available to government so they'll be able to get basically keep spending money and they won't have to worry too much about gigantic interest bills that's the theory okay so the head of the International Monetary Fund towards the world is facing the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression of the nineteen thirties so let's talk about whether this will Hey there's a package will help in any way to avert such a prediction within the E. U. block well the CBS said that perhaps in the pasta perhaps twice or even three times this amount of money might be needed to try to completely blunt the effects of the corona virus in the European Union in particular in the the eurozone the countries which use the the European single currency I think this shows basically both the strengths and the weaknesses of the European Union obviously if these countries have been isolated if they weren't members of the European Union then perhaps they wouldn't be able to call upon each other to it to help and show some solidarity at the same time this is taken on the old full of negotiation and you still have a very big splits between the countries of northern Europe which tends to finance the line is a little it's a little ways back country sorry we were losing you a little bit just just tell us the last thing you said well yes at the southern Europeans have a tendency perhaps to be physically a little bit more responsible as far as the northern northern is concerned I'm one of the key failures of this package is to agree these Europe on these corona bones that basically rather than countries individually issuing bonds to borrow money they'll be euro Juanita bones that every country would we would guarantee in part now this was a big step in the formation of the United States many years ago when the states themselves got together and decided they would issue federal bonds for the United States government it was an important part of bonding and creating the United states of the European Union doesn't seem to have gotten that far yet Andrew thank you we'll leave it at the line is is a wobbling a little bit when we got the gist of what he was saying business reporter Andrew were turning to slide from Hong Kong around ninety.

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"e. u." Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"e. u." Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"I spoke too fast thank you bad idea Vinland goes to the army war college he keeps his job son one was a was an ambassador to the U. to the E. U. so he serves completely at the president's pleasure and he won't be obviously ambassador any longer let's talk about president by the way the president will be speaking the event in New Hampshire starts at six they don't typically start on time so will walk right up to his remarks it will stay with his remarks for as long as he's there so don't worry we'll we'll carry those laugh but I have a lot to get to between now and then storming talk a little faster the last guy to win the White House as a Democrat who managed to position himself somewhere to the right of the extreme left was Bill Clinton now Dick Morris gets a lot of credit for the Clinton victory and he does deserve some credit for the reelection but the victory the credit for that actually goes in large part to Paul gallon and James carvel Carvey knew how to position Clinton as a moderate candidate and truthfully his politics were far more moderate than the modern Democrats Carville came up with the tagline it's the economy stupid it interestingly I wish the trunk campaign would use that because it's the economy stupid more numbers coming in today more booming economic numbers I'll get to those animal but caramel is really frustrated with the Democrats and as you're going to hear so lots of other long time Democrats he was in an interview with vox talking about where the Democrats have gone wrong he says quote we have candidates on the debate stage talking about open borders and decriminalizing illegal immigration they're talking about doing away with nuclear energy and fracking you've got Bernie Sanders talking about letting criminals and terrorists vote from jail sales it doesn't matter what you think about any of that if they're any good arguments talking about that is not how you win a national election Democrats talking about free college tuition or debt forgiveness I'm not here to debate the idea what I can tell you is that people all over this country listen carefully worked their way through school sent their kids to school paid off student loans remote can you pull up that clip with Elizabeth Warren the guy said I made a fool out of its from probably two weeks ago I paid off my kids sit alone James carvel continues send their kids to school paid off student loans they don't want to hear this well it rhymes with spit and you saw Elizabeth Warren confronted by an angry voter over this it's just not a winning message then talking about the cultural just disconnect he was using an example of a New York times economics writer Mignon and apple bomb quote posted a snarky tweet about how Ellis you cancel classes for the national championship game and then he said do the Warren Sanders free public college for folk proposals include LSU or would it only applied to actual schools you know how F. ing patronizing that is to people in the south we're in the middle of the country first LS you has an unusually high graduation rate but that's not the point it's the G. days smugness this is from a guy who lives in New York and serves on the times editorial board and there's not a single person he knows that doesn't Pat him on the back for that kind of tweak he's so effing smart apple bond and speak to the Democrat party but he does represent the urbanised mindset we can't win the Senate by looking down at people the Democrat party has to drive a narrative that doesn't give off vapors that we're smarter than everyone or culturally ignorant there it is in a nut shell now frankly I hope the Democrats don't listen I hope to get the Democrats continue being the party of Los Angeles San Francisco and New York with a touch of Chicago Detroit in a whole lot of Washington DC put in for good measure here's Chris Matthews art railing against and Bernie Sanders the open socialist listen to the flames here these candidates that the Democrats reporting for terrible candidates the guy in the White House is chuckling all night here sure the Democrats can you get a free car funeral organized or whatever you want to call it I would say to the people of Iowa well the last person leaving the morning please turn out the lights this one I've been a success actually that's the audio of Chris Matthews talking about the debacle that was the Iowa caucus here's Chris Matthews railing against Bernie being a socialist I like the Democrats figure this out hi I am my own use the word socialist and I'll be glad to tell them share them with you in private they go back to the early nineteen fifties I have an attitude about them I remember the Cold War I have an attitude towards Castro I believe if Castro and and the and the red one the Cold War there wouldn't executions in Central Park and I might have been one of the ones getting executed and certain other people would be there cheering okay so I have a problem with people took the other side I don't know Bernie sports over these years I don't know what he means by social one we could stand mocks and mocked okay that's harmless that's a sad face recap was trying to a lot of good social welfare programs Marcus arms pretty clearly in the Denmark yeah are you sure how do you know who needs well I was putting some of his agenda calls for right well we haven't seen a campaign yet where video of him praising the other the.

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"e. u." Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"e. u." Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"K. officially leaves the E. U. at three o'clock our time today but it's just the start of an eleven month transition period about the big day now some are calling this well the some say that they are breaks cited some say they are brags lost at night now and the funds continue no well there's more all right artificial intelligence it is now in full trading our lives do you feel it our speakers in our kitchen smart phones and now even the way we look for jobs KP case Amanda Carroll joins us live now in Amanda if someone is looking for a new job what do they need to know about a high well first off don't blame a I for not getting to the interview blame the way you are searching for a job you have to just now I spoke with Joe S. Intel he's the vice president of strategy for ice Sims they make the software the a a I software that helps people find the jobs and recruiters use to decide who to hire he says the first thing to understand is there isn't really an A. I. algorithm that standing in between you and the job that you want what's really standing there is a well formatted very clear and easy to understand resume and also picking the right job to apply to you could actually go ahead and type in your skills you make a list of everything that you know that you're great at and use those skills that your search key words what's going to happen in the A. I. powered search is gonna help certain jobs that need those skills smart searching and swift response he says it's was a needed to find the right job Essen build explains a lot of time it's your timing itself you're one of the interesting things are kind of miss numbers about a I making the decision is that a lot of the time it's hiding itself if you acquired two or three weeks after it's opened a lot of times the fleet has been made for the hiring managers and your application will unfortunately go on right so it wasn't a either was ruling you out in that case it really was just bad timing he recommends applying to jobs that have been posted within to seventy two hours so when you look at for just a legal standpoint here Amanda yeah I mean is it possible that a I could filter people out by age or race or gender which of course that's against the law they're not supposed to do that correct and that's kind of a scary perception I asked asin felt about how or if it could be misused and he admitted there are certain instances where you see it being used inappropriately but there on the market and when they happen they're such an awesome public reaction that that occurs that that you know this is it right that they get shut down very quickly but I do think what happens is that in the media and the perception of the public is that this is what a I got recruited it's not good it's bad but the reality is that you literally have hundreds of billions of searches for jobs being made better for both job seekers and recruiters because the way I live and that's really where the value he wants to dispel the myth that recruiters are using a I to judge someone during the interview process he explains that technology isn't even doesn't exist yet but the reality is with a there's a stigma in our society that not only is it replacing humans in different jobs but it's just it's so mechanical and there is a reason for about I mean you look at some of the facial recognition systems that are being used and and the A. I. involved in those that can't tell the difference in people's faces when it comes to race sometimes age so I mean there there is some some precedents for suspicion on A. I. you know there really is all right Amanda thank you so much appreciate that we got to get off.

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"e. u." Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"e. u." Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Giving you news new trade she felt Hogan says if the E. U. in the US don't work together damage to the world economy will be significant he spoke exclusively to Bloomberg about where the relationship stands and his visit to the U. S. what is the objective of the visitors to try and reset the relationship try to understand each other in relation to a number of traders and some of them at the moment and find common ground with the United States or nation of any issues we started a positive note and choose to her the United States the European Union and Japan signed up to a statement to say that we wish to have an issue around industry subsidies and force technology transfer and didn't put as as on the basis of a level playing field for the global economy and all of the players in the future and to the WTO process and to reforming the WTO so this was a positive agenda thank you to have another bilateral meeting today with the US trade representative Robert like Heiser and curious did you receive any assurances that there will not be new tariffs slapped on the issue no we didn't get any officials of with the expected the assurances from a bustling has of rumors of somebody I respect very much and of course he has a very big trade we can terms of the statement read the European Union and Japan the the big data that was done between the United States and China yesterday and of course the passing of USMC it today and the Senate so is a very big week for him and of course we are going to continue in touch because we expect to endeavors together next week to continue our discussions in terms of this big week the threat of twenty five percent tariff sunny you'll has has been out there for a while did you get any sense that that is still alive right you said it fairly came off where did it come up well it didn't come up too often in terms of questions I was asked about his by the administration of icon was our our inner circle in any of those the the the visits of us making to business owners Asians with course that doesn't mean it's made up of the future book we have difficult is at the moment in relation to tides arising from Airbus and Boeing and the course discussions around the digital tax agenda was very important for the United States point of view and we're trying to work out some solutions if we can in the coming days the card Harris for one more moment to Washington Post had a story out there that in the days before the U. talks and warranty Ron about deviating from the J. C. P. away that the trump administration and basically said you need to do this or we will stop the twenty five percent are didn't happen to get help I think that's a that's something that certainly willing to raise with me during the course of many meetings I had with the administration now how concerned are you that because as you say the president has had to what's been considered when news on trade just in the last week alone that perhaps the US administration has a little more leverage now phase one has gotten done and also the US MCA this afternoon yeah well we respect the fact that there has been a good movement entrees and relation to the United States on the internet they'll many partners around the world in recent times and of course what we want to do now is build on some aspects of the deal but the US system in China can we move on a common area an alignment and cooperation for to deal with some of the issues that we share in relation to one for trading practices and hopefully that we can identify common ground in relation to a number of these issues and stuff we can build our own relationship arising from the July twenty eighteen agenda which was agreed between present young current president trump to advance in those areas of common conformity assessment rate of two corporations standards for example.

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"e. u." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"e. u." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The rage and trying to have a surrender else sovereignty to international wool supranational bodies like the U. N. and the E. U. into should have some pie in the sky borderless world not the Americans the all season now the palms have said not they want governments that listening to them governments that I understand that I work for the voters not the other way around Boris Johnson obviously gets these the big question though as I again flag on front tonight is whether the left will Evelyn any of the lessons from these the fates there are no signs in the U. S. that I've learned anything they're still protesting against trump and trying to impeach him on something anything rather than actually challenging him on proper in a proper political and policy contest in Australia the labor party knows it has to charge but hasn't been able to bring himself to do anything yet when was the last learn a lesson from the fate well I can give you the option now as far as Britain is concerned this afternoon out time Colvin published an article in the guardian where else and it shows he has learned precisely nothing the heading says it all we won the arguments he said this outgoing liable laden but he regrets of course that I didn't win a majority for change that's like me saying the implied cries one the forty season last year but regretfully we didn't turn that into a premonition we weren't in the hunt and neither was cool but I that's Australian media covering at the U. K. election and to finally we've got one more from London city talk radio this is right after the election results were were coming in and again London would be an area that you'd have plenty of people that were you know that's like New York City you see you have plenty of people that would be supporting Corbin the the big flip was in the Midlands and the northern reaches that was the big flip where the the the the a traditional labor seats were flipped over to conservative in here is a portion of a program on voice to America Tyrese the problem you were ready to admit to after the last election you weren't ready to admit to after the debacle of the brexit referendum you weren't ready to admit to off the various catastrophes beset the leadership you still kept the fight if I have to say something vaguely both cases are I would say this for me the way I feel when we might have a conversation today forms about feelings the way I feel is the the brexit believers all very similar to the Die Hard kopen Easter's very similar indeed it was it was as if both of them kept telling as that all you have to do is believe mole and reality would somehow re align itself I hope the people that find non fat it will you have to do is believe mole you know when we could solve the problem of the the bordering on it'd cost you couldn't believe was never going to solve that problem it was either not gonna be that or it was gonna be in the city I'm I'm the same we coal bin you know I tried I really really tried you know I tried because some of the policies what what what would rather special but the similarity between the two constituency seems to me in retrospect in twenty twenty hindsight is a wonderful thing it seems to me to be called a skate sparkling it was simply because if you believe the mole than reality would realign itself and one of those lobbies have to prevail didn't you have a mess like get breaks it down proved to be the absolute skeleton key the mall sticky from looking this electric that these points in British history get braces done was just you know just what more push just believe a little bit more that's a quick look at the lawn ready before that Australian popular me before that British popular media gives you like an idea of how some of the world the epicenter and then one of the British or foreign colonies X. foreign colonies how which is handling this this news I hope you heard mark our voice at the beginning the program if you didn't will archive this program you can hear what he had to say about this but you can see the similarities to this what the last a radio presenter was talking about you know we were in this time where it's like you get we're going to realign reality around our beliefs we heard a lot of this with the Brett Kavanaugh episode from a roughly a year ago remember the hash tag I believe in people say well look at you can believe what you want but we've got a system here in place based ironically on on on English law where there's a presumption of innocence you have to put your you have to present facts it's considered in front of your peers and then there's a decision made the no no no we want to do that I just want to believe in believing should be enough for get due process forget history forget custom forget the law I just want to believe it I want my beliefs to become reality for everybody again this idea that I live in Brooklyn and whatever I believe I want that my believe she need to make do you need to dictate what you do in Salt Lake City in Phoenix in Kansas city and Dallas and San Antonio in Butte Montana because I believe in Brooklyn I think that guy London pretty much on target voice to America where the world comes to talk give your mornings a remix for the delicious new beyond sausage sandwich from Dunkin it's a tasty beyond meat sausage Patty with agencies all on an English muffin that's ten grams of great tasting plant based protein great wait it's plant based yeah it's web based and it tastes great yeah Dr beyond it's a whole new way to start the day America runs on Dunkin bring these changes in the office is a pretty great idea Mr Evers yeah everyone seems.

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"e. u." Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"e. u." Discussed on 790 KABC

"That's what it was so funny I was just a guy who told you I was giving her grief about the policies of the E. U. unlike they have a negative bond returns negative returns that is foolishness got to live for god only to your so your appeared at the first there are cool but there she is and and the two AM make quite inching couple and I I get why people focused in on them I get it I would I would do it too is staying and I was going to central casting and isn't going for Katie hill seat right is his yes okay moving out to Simi Valley or something yeah will be interesting to see what he says about that I I've not spoken to him so it will be interesting to a kind of guy he is hello I I've heard he's smart and engaging yes I have heard of a Larry so with that said I don't know much else about a man so we will find out and let's see what else we got going on here article one right now I will I saw that San Francisco's on quote unquote poor street conditions are a factor in San Francisco losing sixty four million dollars from oracle tech from their conference they usually have a thirty or sixty four million dollars leaving because further gone let's say again yeah so here and biggest by the way when I was there was there a couple months as weeks ago they took the the mayor said they're gonna move pulling up the rates right and guess what people come when you clean up yes rates I mean people get out of it anyways but like now they're getting another six four million dollars from and from another Reno conference let's leave in San Francisco and let me say this is not the first time I've heard is the medical advances have been quietly pulling out yeah and I know for sure why because they have told me it's the same thing that's been going on for three years earlier I mean it's there's a lot of pay exorbitant fees for all the lodging and stuff to get to San Francisco and then you have to walk around the third or nobody wants to leave their hotel I while you I will tell you what's what's striking about this is that you've lost medical you've lost dental you've lost insurance and tack is intact that's what's a good that's within San Francisco should be the headline that's scary it should be to him yeah so in your home sticker in your home base and sort of left leaning tack anyways that sort of and they're they're kind of those policies and they're thinking they're leaving intake and sixty four million dollars just one company of a conference sixty four million dollars going to Vegas absolutely and and I would argue that maybe they could go to San Jose no the same there of San Diego not so the same I mean it's all it's all over California and they're taking it to a different state yeah they're not even keeping the money in the state of California eight all works eight hundred two two five two two two is our number before the conversation here and we'll take a little break eight hundred two two two five two two two again is that number was still taking your calls it's Landry doctors with the lives of ninety KABC.

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"e. u." Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"e. u." Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Perfect cover going on to read on the internet I read anyway look I just discounted that I mean after after the ambassador to the E. U. ambassador who I I believe what he said I I believe that would Gordon said but he didn't there's no perspective to this because as we discussed last week on your fine program I wrote about this in the United States a trumpet I talked to present way before any of the phone call any of this stuff happened way before any of this and he said to me I'm going to expose the Obama administration for corruption in the two thousand sixteen election and that's what the call to you gray was doing me a favor tell me what happened there Biden was corrupt I want to know what okay that's what it's all about so it is all so it is always better than he's been in that yeah it's not about holding up it's about trump saying to the new president please help us out but if you say no they're gonna be foreign policy recriminations it didn't have anything to do with the election trump verses by it has everything to do with trump's obsession and that is the war with the bill mom and his administration yeah but let's let's look at this if if you have Rudy guiliani as a personal lawyer they're trying to say your he was running a shadow operation no he wasn't no you won't what trump told them to do which was really ani is a mistake all right Giuliani is a mistake he is not the guy that you want representing you in public now in private yes a guy in the world I don't know well Julie on a used to be very buttoned up I had guiliani on the show this this week and he was his his old self he was the you know the mayor of New York the guy that put the the grass families pine bar he was very well spoken he was tempered and and I think he just gets so frustrated by all of the lies and deceptions and and the the dismissive ness of the of of the media when they have no fax no fax Hey this is what's going on really matter anymore and I think Julia Julie on a may be indicted the you know for a bunch of technical laws that he may have violated by going overseas and doing certain things there certainly after him hang on just second if he's going over there he's going over there and he is trying to find what really happened with the DNC during the election doesn't the president have a right to have his name over there and that'll be the defense right but we don't know what the strong arm tactics where we don't know what happened what was said and I think guiliani representing Donald Trump is a mistake I've said that for many many not years but minds I just don't think he's the right guy you need a more great guy yeah yeah yeah I agree I agree I agree now there is a huge story and I know you have to take a break and all that but I want to get to the democratic debate and the fix was in back the fix was in and I'm the only one who broke the story I have the story I want to tell you in your audience about it and it has to do with with Donald Trump somewhat but it it centers around Joe Biden okay we're gonna give that in just a second we're gonna break for one.

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"e. u." Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"e. u." Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Of BK live on Capitol Hill in Washington DC the hearings around four have gone right now we have the E. U. ambassador Gordon son one is the opening statement by Adam Schiff was a different one for five seconds good luck master someone spoke to president trump a few minutes before the call was placed we will continue to monitor these hearings are all morning long and you can catch all the live on interrupted coverage of today's impeachment hearings at KFBK dot com or search the impeachment hearings on the I heart radio app again we will have the very latest details from now until nine o'clock in fact will be monitoring as I mentioned all morning long here KFBK some functions of government in Louisiana came to a screeching halt when a hacker broke into the state computer systems and demanded a ransom we've been hearing about this happening with hospital systems and government agencies around the country that the Louisiana secretary of state and apartment of motor vehicles were sensually shot down by that ransomware attack and the department of health had no internet access but after a series of similar attacks earlier this year officials were ready for it for more on that we're joined now by ABC's Jim Ryan and Jim what did they put in place in Louisiana that prepare them better for this well a lot of people and malware updates software updates and hardware updates so after a couple of school district in Louisiana were struck by ran to more attacks earlier this year Chris you know they felt prepared and so they took different action from what they might have done otherwise the attack happened on Sunday somebody sent the eight fishing a campground email to a state employee employee opened the email and then click on an attachment the sensually opening up state government computers in Louisiana to a ransomware attack the so called riot could count or Y. U. K. that you had to have been began spreading through the system the year and the computer systems across Louisiana eventually affecting about sixteen hundred workstations at a hundred and thirty two servers the highlight the specialist in Louisiana is that okay right you know we're not gonna be this France we're not going to pursue that we're just gonna shut down all of these computers were gone I will reboot or going to clean off the malware replace the data and then bring them slowly back online so that's what's been happening it's taking several days and even today if you try to get a driver's license in Louisiana or get your car's registration renewed your cut out I don't want because those are still offline Christina how much is the state has to do with the fact that a lot of the systems are old and that government agencies are not upgrading them as quickly as you know private businesses a lot Hey that's why some smaller communities are struck by things like this Louisiana you know it it it has enough of the the infrastructure in place money exposed Betty Katie to protect themselves still causing a major inconvenience but and it's small town police department or a city hall they're very susceptible to do this kind of thing because they haven't updated their software the hardware and they may not have staff well do you know what to deal with it all right ABC's Jim Ryan thank you very much appreciate the report it is a coming up now on six twenty so let's get outside talk to Brian nobles and.

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"e. u." Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"e. u." Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"One's interesting I say live free or die but not in the E. U. they're gonna have brought the lodge's on every car every new car beginning in twenty twenty two and any car you might have prior to that has to be retrofitted by twenty twenty four you have to blow into the device to be able to start your car every time European Council voted to introduce legislation in a bid to look up the number of fatalities well we know why they would Britain also expected to approve the measure and the government said it planned to mirror the E. U. rules after brexit so new models on the road we'll have the technology by mid twenty twenty two everybody else must have it in place two years later this is not known how the system we put into practice on the road cars will also get this need intelligent speed assistance a limiter basically installed on your car would stop you from speeding stop you from exceeding the speed limit at all so using GPS data and local limits from traffic cameras the car's speed would then be automatically reduced if you go beyond the speed limit kinda world is that I ask you it could be over red in the case of an emergency by pushing hard on the accelerator but autonomous emergency brakes Neil lane assist driver fatigue all those things are gonna be mandatory as part of these changes you will not be able to go beyond the speed limit is in Europe brick you Chino you're coming later this your car will automatically do the speed limit and no more and breathalyzer is in every car new ones for twenty twenty to existing ones by twenty twenty four that's it I'm never getting my passport take a bus yeah I'm going to say depending on where you go there's really no point to having a car well it's not going to be long before people here decide we need we need the same thing we need this and it'll be I mean if is there by twenty twenty two of my twenty two as the my my biggest thing with you know computerized cars and everything like that is I don't want to put you know my life in the hands of something that that can be hackable you know what I'm saying like that's still that's the big thing with me is like I even if I had that option I don't think even a long road trips if I could just have like an auto pilot we'll call it I wouldn't do that I I just I just wouldn't trust the car to to do that there's I've seen had way too many malfunctions with computers in my day to put my life in one of their hands yeah so do I used to use cruise control a long trip yeah but I got my foot on the gas on the on the sure there's a I'm sure there's a computer involved in your cruise control possible automatic salaries of the hundred and one is nothing you can do with a little U. channel family crying screaming Daddy make it stop you go I can't what are the computer I've never had cruise control by malfunction quite like that usually once I tap the break it it goes off so it's hackable is it if there's a computer it's taxable I don't I don't know if that's the case with cruise control I don't I don't know I I guess I'm not I'm not a car do not call my brother he's been again let's check in fishing drive challenging a family county sales tax increase is going to come up short any black with the group we demand of votes as they will not be getting the necessary signatures.

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"e. u." Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"e. u." Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Version of previously rejected. good Friday agreement at risk that would trigger a race to the bottom on. because consumers and our precious environment he labeled the plan a trump deal brexit. our economy. the standards of put a floor under people's rights. Johnson's plan faced an even harsher critique from European Union officials the E. U. parliament said his proposals for the Irish border don't even remotely amount to an acceptable deal the E. U.'s committee on brexit called it a last minute effort that doesn't match what they had agreed to as a sufficient compromise Ireland's prime minister also accused Johnson of contradicting his own previous proposals on the border with Northern Ireland I'm Steve casting down at ten till Robert workman has sports baseball playoffs National League division series centerstage on Thursday the cardinals fought off the Braves seven six in Atlanta Braves had a three one lead going into the eight bridge lever Chris Martin and allowed a run since August left before he even threw a pitch complaining of tightness in his left oblique that seem to upset the whole bullpen apple cart his replacement Luke Jackson came on his second pitch deposited into the left field seats by Paul Goldschmidt then he gave up three straight singles to bring in the tie rod then in the night the cards got two bases loaded doubles off Martin alliance and good for a seven three lead now the Braves didn't give up the rally for three of the nine Ronald your junior and Freddie Freeman went deeper Carlos Martinez finally righted the ship and closed it out game two in Atlanta this afternoon four thirty eastern on C. B. S. cardinals ace Jack Flaherty against Mike voltage for the brothers Dodgers like the nationals in the late game six nothing in Los Angeles Walker Buehler the Faris's hill Washington the two hits and struck out thirteen well Patrick Corbin's first playoff appearance for DC and after a little bit of a rough start for walks in the first inning lead to a run the last picture to give up for walks in his first inning in the post season was a fellow named art Reinhardt for the cardinals in nineteen twenty six to the guys he water named Ruth and Gehrig next month the other bases loaded walk also added a two run single get election jock Peterson added the insurance runs with pension homers in the eight game to a Dodger Stadium tonight nine thirty eastern on C. B. S. Stephen Strasburg against Clayton Kershaw bring the popcorn the American League division series begin today raise an Astros in Houston twenty one game winner Justin Verlander go. as for the Stroh's while Tampa Bay tech Tyler glass now who dismissed for a month of the season with a strained forum came back in September made for short starts if you don't love twelve and a third innings allowed five hits and struck out twenty one that'll work the game time to five eastern on Fox Sports one tonight as the twins and Yankees in New York fourteen game where who's a better use for Minnesota New York counters with fifteen game winner James Paxton first it's just after seven eastern that will be on the.

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"e. u." Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"e. u." Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"That there is that for any one way forward for this country. the house is very cheap repeatedly. leave the E. U. I know it is also voted repeatedly to delay actually leaving his relatives for negotiations and today I'm afraid it is very cheap to stop to stop any serious begins. this. the the rights holder will judge this news. in his place this is. he refuses to. he leads to engage in arguments tonight. with the house with his presence. the right honorable gentleman's amongst its other functions is to take away. this country to decide how long it must remain in the E. U. how did that. to the E. U. a lot of it is.

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"e. u." Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"e. u." Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Speaker and it's clear that there is that for any one way forward for this country. the house is very teach repeatedly. leave the E. U. I know it is also very cheap repeatedly to delay actually. he's very. negotiations and today I'm afraid it is very cheap to stall to Scott any serious again. this. the right honorable gentleman leader this news. in his place this is. he refuses to. he needs to engage in arguments tonight. with the house with his presence. this is because the right honorable gentleman's amongst its other functions is to take away. this country to decide how long it must remain in the E. U. hi. power to the E. U. a lot of it is that.

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"e. u." Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"e. u." Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Big picture on that the express is a very very strident pollen surrenders to the E. U. is that line with any come to more the other papers that perhaps would oppose an ideal brexit are they took my humiliation the guardians has humiliated Johnson places next caught a snap election by the Daily Mirror says Boris loses control picture of him with his hand on his head are the times cartoon generally a good indicator backs of of some spirit that shows Dominic Cummings whose course Johnson's key adviser Karen Boris Johnson it's number ten in the talk box get reference was the fact that for instance is now quite a dog. just mostly what does it mean that for the U. K. potentially leaving the E. U. on the thirty first of October while we without. this of course is the key forty is very much the thing that the city is concerned about whether they will or will not be an ideal brexit on the thirty first of October already what with the deal I have to say it seems to me that it's it's retreating slightly further into the distance because it's hard to see how just the choreography could work to get us to that point in the current circumstances of parliament in the militants okay great so thank you so much would you hearing that live outside of Westminster reporting all morning on the the implications for the U. K. assets and so on off to the defeat of force don't sit in parliament lost night's beyond breaks it day there are some of the top stories today that we do need to Hayes and they sold in the day but needs us of course which is out customer terminals for you all the news you need to start your day so let's get over today break adisa Christy Bucky's life in Dubai Christine this was said to bank news this morning laces day we get mall Connie Ashley he potentially could enter the political turmoil in Westminster he speaks before the treasury select committee will come we expect well a mark Carney will definitely probably face some tough questions are we know that the topic of inflation and all this is going to be on the table we know that they'll probably be questions about the U. K.'s relationship with the European Union and remember this is maybe one of mark Carney's last opportunities to really discuss brexit publicly and kind of weigh in on where things are out with no deal planning before his term comes to an end so we will again expects back that he's going to face a tough grilling a we also will hear from some of his other colleagues today as well it should make for interesting commentary in conversation just considering all of the recent developments around brexit and just how much the uncertainty has been ratcheted higher in the last few days indeed I'm he's no I see the only person that we should be watching you know it in the broader U. K. story because the chalice lethargic Japanese men to be delivering a spending review today at that may end up to. being a recent spending review but yeah looks like this house is being drowned out by boys Johnson and the brakes it right I'm but let's also talk about the E. C. B. false ROZ Villeroy Dick hello what has been his message ahead of because of the ECB meeting next week well he gave an interview to your French newspaper and in that interview essentially he suggested that he's quite simply not convinced that to another round of QB is needed at the ECB he said that the central bank really shouldn't our doesn't need to use all the tools that are in its tool box at one time and said that the September meeting will offer a chance for them to discuss more asset purchases and whether or not those are needed so he definitely sounded a bit skeptical just on the Q. E. front which just means that will probably see an interesting ECB meeting next week yes certainly before that me saying I will say going to bring you great day listen as the city of presidential nominee Christina gone she's gonna be giving a statement actually the European parliament's well economic and monetary affairs committee but it's basically in Brussels queue in a from a you know make his so bring that to you live at nine thirty AM just very briefly Christine in the U. S. will so Hey from some fact chiefs yeah but a different view points there so Boston's air grows in grad basically said but that's not the US economy looks solid but he and he's not convinced there is is is going to be need for cut at least not this point time but then on the flip side of that we heard from St Louis is James board who said that fifty basis points this month is probably what's needed in order to ensure that the fed stays ahead of market expectations so to differing views from to voters I guess that's and that shouldn't be too much of a surprise because we know that many fed officials are taking a bit of a different stance of where things are at the moment which just underscores the challenge that is facing the often seats brilliant thank you so much Christine Burke whose daybreak Edison joining us live from. do you buy and if you want to get that today breaking news as it just type in T. A. Y. 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"e. u." Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"e. u." Discussed on KGO 810

"The truth about their products which to insurance companies we're but this case goes right along with that and this one is so disgusting because these people are really vulnerable are these are these are these are these C. E. U. S. citizens at all these places or is it a minute yes it is yes so it's all about trust it it's all about profits and three of them have been to have you put your key to a felony well one I went to trial and get convicted but you're still three or four other people that have not and we're going after all of them and we're happy that we're gonna get our day in court and we're gonna get some justice for these people and and for a lot of these people it's not about the money it's about really making sure that these people are held response they might reach out to try to settle before court is that possible or do you want to go now we know he up to my clients who tries to make that decision we've we've had discussions but right now they don't they don't seem to understand the magnitude of what they've done to these people the lawyers defending them I don't understand they will shortly I don't get into that business where they were the unit but they probably and funeral business before warm how do you just like unless you're in the mafia or something like that how do you fall into that business right cutting up people's bodies all around the world casting it they're all easy this won't happen one Montrouge yes it was a funeral parlor and it's yours they bury their that's their and then all of a sudden you've got this black market markets where you're going that you know we think about grave diggers go and get the bodies take the gold out of their teeth which they do here and noted down and they had at least dig up the body here they do it to Friday and they get the body and then once they have it there's no cost to them training the body and now it's all profit on the other side I will my clear hearing as anybody listen and maybe has has something like this that they run across that you can help them out right and as far as part of a class action suit well it's not class agents individual we have to recommend a visually because everyone was not told the same thing okay and I could spend the time to talk about the difference but it depending on what's going on we've we've been working thank god with the FBI on these different rates and they're the ones who have worked with us and and the problem is how do you know how do you really know right now yeah they help so yes DNA would help put in the in the long run right we're out of time Michael thank you so much we'll keep in touch with you I like to hear more about than in October like you get the **** that's just that's a start up being on the show hi thanks again Michael Burke attorney in Colorado and I think now I can get you in touch with them chip at your Franklin dot com if there's anybody you know how do you get into a gag man I mean I think the yeah just like you said funeral homes I mean it would be my job of choice but I think that oftentimes you're you're raised in that you know it's it's handed down family yeah only the people are probably poor they get taken advantage because most people that have money or maybe they get a really care the philanthropic they say sure don't here's my brother's body and it's going to go and we're gonna study heart attack and they taken like cut his **** up and some of them Indonesia make wines make wine gosh people also I was in trouble doesn't look so bad anyway coming up Ronald Reagan we stop data find this.

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"e. u." Discussed on Money Box

Money Box

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"e. u." Discussed on Money Box

"This is the BBC. This podcast is supported by advertising outside the UK. This is the BBC. Good afternoon today is all about the reasons both financial and nonfinancial that drive people to come to work and live in the UK and it's important because businesses in many sectors have warned of the damaging economic impact of reduced migration from farmers worried about who is going to pick their corpse to care homes, concerned about a shortage of carers and nurses. Immigrants, bring their skills and their labor, which many organizations say they need already since the vote to leave the EU in June twenty sixteen. There's been a significant reduction in the number of e. u. workers coming to the UK to work. However, there has been a rise in the number of non e you citizens moving and staying here. So what makes someone decide to come to the UK to live and work? Does migrating here still make financial sense. A sluggish economy means few. Jobs are being created and a week, a pound means UK wages by fewer euros to send back home. We're going to hear from four immigrants about their experiences and the decisions they have taken on their journeys. If you have made your life in the UK or moved away from here, we would love to hear from you. So please call money box. Live on oath three, seven hundred one hundred, four, four, four geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply or Email moneybox at.

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