35 Burst results for "Early December"

 More Americans apply for jobless benefits last week

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 d ago

More Americans apply for jobless benefits last week

"The number of Americans collecting unemployment benefits has reached a 53 year low The Labor Department reports 1 million 317,000 people receive jobless benefits during the week ending May 7th That's the fewest since December 27th 1969 Applications for unemployment rose by 21,000 last week to 218,000 Weekly unemployment applications have been consistently below the pre-pandemic level of 225,000 for most of this year even as the overall economy contracted in the first quarter and

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David Gergen Shares His Experiences in the Nixon Administration

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:46 min | 6 d ago

David Gergen Shares His Experiences in the Nixon Administration

"David, I want to start because there's some people in the audience. I get new affiliates every month, and we get 400 and right now. I want them to know that you work for RN, you work for Gerald Ford, you work for Ronald Reagan, you work for Clinton. But you have different sort of styles and roles for each of them. Let's start with president Nixon. What'd you do in the Nixon White House? Nixon White House, I came in, I've been in the navy. I went to law school and I went in the navy for three and a half years. My last year, you know, I was assigned to come back to come to Washington to work on draft reform. That was the time when Nixon had launched a random lottery to determine what draft number you got and whether you're going to go to Vietnam or not. And we tried to clean that up, they ran a bogus in some ways, I ran the moderator first year out. I'll tell you, you have time for a little story. We got lots of time. We can go a long time today. Okay, super. Well, so the next one out of The White House orders a random lottery to determine who goes to Vietnam. The Lewis Hershey was then head of the draft. He was sort of the J. Edgar Hoover of the drafts. And so Hershey did something they did back in the Second World War, which was a very popular war. They got a bowl, they got capsules, and they put January 1 in the first capsule, put it in a bowl, and then January 2, all the days of January, then February, all the way up through the days of December the last ones into the boat. Got a spoon started up a little bit. Put it in the closet. And then on the day on the random monitor, they brought it to bowl, reached in for number one, you ought to Vietnam. And it was like November 15th. And then all of the early all of the early numbers and all of the early draws were from late in the year. So the whole thing was tilted.

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The First Story About Baby Formula Shortage

Mark Levin

01:52 min | Last week

The First Story About Baby Formula Shortage

"And so right before the show began I was wondering what was the first article on baby formula shortages Now I don't know if I found the first one but I found one that's three months and one week old Three months and one week old By my calculation that's 13 weeks ago CNN business of all places Long young Is a new mom living in a constant state of anxiety The state of February 8th The constipated news network For the past several weeks following the premature birth of rich twins Maxine and Lawrence yen has spent hours every day searching the Internet or making phone calls trying to find more baby formula to buy for them I'm a first time mother There's already enough anxiety with that she said my husband sees my stress level and he's worried Jens twins were born in early December arriving 6 weeks early 6 weeks early Oh Are they considered babies Nonetheless although breastfeeds and although she breastfeeds them Her milk production isn't enough to nourish both of them sufficiently Now she's worried the stresses and feeding her ability to produce milk even more The twins require specialized hypoallergenic formula to help them gain weight and they get nutrients they need I just can't find that formula anywhere she said She's doing daily checks at nearby Walmart target CVS stores only to find the product as either out of stock or on back order With no clear indication of when it will arrive she's even had to deal with a confirmed order getting canceled

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Ex-nurse sentenced to probation in patient medication death

AP News Radio

01:12 min | Last week

Ex-nurse sentenced to probation in patient medication death

"Former former former former Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee nurse nurse nurse nurse who's who's who's who's medication medication medication medication error error error error kill kill kill kill the the the the patient patient patient patient has has has has been been been been sentenced sentenced sentenced sentenced to to to to three three three three years years years years of of of of probation probation probation probation I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with details details details details as as as as far far far far as as as as her her her her and and and and December December December of of of twenty twenty twenty seventeen seventeen seventeen Redondo Redondo Redondo Vaughn Vaughn Vaughn injected injected injected Charlene Charlene Charlene Murphy Murphy Murphy with with with the the the wrong wrong wrong medication medication medication leading leading leading to to to the the the seventy seventy seventy five five five year year year old old old staff staff staff he he he if if if you you you haven't haven't haven't heard heard heard she she she was was was found found found guilty guilty guilty in in in March March March of of of criminally criminally criminally negligent negligent negligent homicide homicide homicide and and and gross gross gross neglect neglect neglect of of of an an an impaired impaired impaired adult adult adult sentence sentence sentence in in in this this this case case case will will will be be be ineffective ineffective ineffective three three three year year year sentence sentence sentence but but but judge judge judge Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Smith Smith Smith said said said bought bought bought concert concert concert for for for time time time on on on supervised supervised supervised probation probation probation this this this fault fault fault is is is well well well aware aware aware of of of the the the seriousness seriousness seriousness of of of the the the offense offense offense she she she immediately immediately immediately and and and consistently consistently consistently accepted accepted accepted responsibility responsibility responsibility for for for her her her actions actions actions and and and she she she credibly credibly credibly expressed expressed expressed remorse remorse remorse in in in this this this court court court earlier earlier earlier Murphy Murphy Murphy son son son Michael Michael Michael told told told the the the court court court no no no one one one my my my mom mom mom the the the way way way my my my mom mom mom was was was as as as though though though she she she would would would more more more slayer slayer slayer bowl bowl bowl no no no jail jail jail time time time Bach Bach Bach told told told the the the family family family she she she sorry sorry sorry the the the public public public outcry outcry outcry over over over her her her criminal criminal criminal conviction conviction conviction for for for a a a medical medical medical mistake mistake mistake was was was over over over shadowing shadowing shadowing Charlie Charlie Charlie Murphy's Murphy's Murphy's death death death at at at one one one I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas

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US producer prices surge 11% in April on higher food costs

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last week

US producer prices surge 11% in April on higher food costs

"There's there's there's there's more more more more evidence evidence evidence evidence inflation inflation inflation inflation is is is is likely likely likely likely to to to to remain remain remain remain high high high high in in in in the the the the months months months months ahead ahead ahead ahead I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with the the the the latest latest latest latest numbers numbers numbers numbers the the the the labor labor labor labor department's department's department's department's producer producer producer producer price price price price index index index index which which which which measures measures measures measures inflation inflation inflation inflation before before before before it it it it reaches reaches reaches reaches consumers consumers consumers consumers with with with with five five five five tenths tenths tenths tenths of of of of a a a a percent percent percent percent higher higher higher higher in in in in April April April April than than than than in in in in March March March March when when when when compared compared compared compared with with with with April April April April of of of of last last last last year year year year producer producer producer producer prices prices prices prices were were were were eleven eleven eleven eleven percent percent percent percent higher higher higher higher still still still still both both both both figures figures figures figures represent represent represent represent a a a a slowdown slowdown slowdown slowdown from from from from March March March March when when when when the the the the monthly monthly monthly monthly gain gain gain gain was was was was one one one one point point point point six six six six percent percent percent percent in in in in the the the the year year year year over over over over year year year year increase increase increase increase eleven eleven eleven eleven point point point point five five five five it's it's it's it's the the the the first first first first decline decline decline decline in in in in the the the the yearly yearly yearly yearly data data data data since since since since December December December December twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty in in in in key key key key categories categories categories categories shipping shipping shipping shipping and and and and warehousing warehousing warehousing warehousing prices prices prices prices leapt leapt leapt leapt three three three three point point point point six six six six percent percent percent percent in in in in April April April April from from from from March March March March food food food food costs costs costs costs rose rose rose rose one one one one point point point point five five five five percent percent percent percent in in in in new new new new car car car car prices prices prices prices rose rose rose rose eight eight eight eight tenths tenths tenths tenths of of of of a a a a percent percent percent percent capturing capturing capturing capturing inflation inflation inflation inflation at at at at an an an an earlier earlier earlier earlier stage stage stage stage of of of of production production production production the the the the report report report report suggests suggests suggests suggests high high high high inflation inflation inflation inflation will will will will remain remain remain remain a a a a burden burden burden burden for for for for consumers consumers consumers consumers and and and and businesses businesses businesses businesses in in in in the the the the months months months months ahead ahead ahead ahead Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Washington Washington Washington

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Ex-Oklahoma officers charged in fatal shooting of Black man

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | Last week

Ex-Oklahoma officers charged in fatal shooting of Black man

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Ari Fleischer: Democrats Will Have to Organize After November Election

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 3 weeks ago

Ari Fleischer: Democrats Will Have to Organize After November Election

"It's really troubling to watch I mean when you watch I remember the Paul Ryan Joe Biden debate I was so excited for that 'cause I love economics and Paul Ryan does too He likes the Henry hazlitt book He can not make someone lesson I was like my gosh he's going to annihilate Joe Biden in this debate I'm sure you remember well And I got to tell you even though Biden lied the whole time our everything he said was nonsense He was presentable enough where you were like my gosh like that actually wasn't the debate I thought it was going to be That Biden is gone He's completely gone I can not see any way this guy could run where he doesn't get primaried you know teddy Kennedy style back in the Woods Well he won't even get primary because he's going to be gone Here's what's going to happen The day after the November election the Democrats are going to wake up they're going to say we lost the house We lost the Senate and we blamed Biden We're going to say he's 80 years about to turn 80 He's in decline Why do we want him at the top of the ticket Now you go back four years prior to that In December after the last midterm election December of 2018 then two Democrats declared their exploratory candidacy for presidency That was one month after the midterm The next month in January two months after the midterm 5 more declared outright candidacy or their exploratory The day after the November election it's on The Democrats need to organize every day that Biden hangs in there is a data Democrats don't have an alternative So they're going to go to him and they're going to say you can't run He's a stubborn guy So it's going to take a month or three to develop but I will predict to you lose the house lose the Senate he becomes a lame duck and the Democrats be the sigh of relief And then they're going to have their own 25% primary which is healthy That's how parties breathe and anoint the next candidate

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Biden admin to promote availability of COVID antiviral pill

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Biden admin to promote availability of COVID antiviral pill

"The the the the Biden Biden Biden Biden administration administration administration administration wants wants wants wants Americans Americans Americans Americans and and and and their their their their doctors doctors doctors doctors to to to to know know know know there's there's there's there's now now now now plenty plenty plenty plenty of of of of the the the the lifesaving lifesaving lifesaving lifesaving covered covered covered covered nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen pill pill pill pill packs packs packs packs loaded loaded loaded loaded to to to to go go go go around around around around I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with some some some some details details details details the the the the Biden Biden Biden Biden administration administration administration administration is is is is advising advising advising advising doctors doctors doctors doctors Pfizer's Pfizer's Pfizer's Pfizer's covert covert covert covert nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen antiviral antiviral antiviral antiviral treatment treatment treatment treatment is is is is an an an an ample ample ample ample supply supply supply supply and and and and no no no no longer longer longer longer needs needs needs needs to to to to be be be be rationed rationed rationed rationed expo expo expo expo but but but but has has has has shown shown shown shown it it it it can can can can save save save save lives lives lives lives and and and and prevent prevent prevent prevent serious serious serious serious disease disease disease disease if if if if prescribed prescribed prescribed prescribed in in in in a a a a timely timely timely timely fashion fashion fashion fashion that's that's that's that's within within within within five five five five days days days days of of of of symptoms symptoms symptoms symptoms appearing appearing appearing appearing the the the the bill bill bill bill was was was was first first first first approved approved approved approved in in in in December December December December the the the the supply supply supply supply was was was was initially initially initially initially very very very very limited limited limited limited discovered discovered discovered discovered nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen cases cases cases cases across across across across the the the the country country country country have have have have fallen fallen fallen fallen in in in in manufacturing manufacturing manufacturing manufacturing picked picked picked picked up up up up it's it's it's it's now now now now far far far far more more more more abundant abundant abundant abundant the the the the US US US US has has has has ordered ordered ordered ordered enough enough enough enough pills pills pills pills to to to to treat treat treat treat twenty twenty twenty twenty million million million million people people people people that's that's that's that's estimated estimated estimated estimated to to to to last last last last for for for for several several several several more more more more months months months months efforts efforts efforts efforts to to to to expand expand expand expand availability availability availability availability will will will will include include include include director director director director pharmacy pharmacy pharmacy pharmacy ordering ordering ordering ordering Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Washington Washington Washington Washington

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Caller to Mike Gallagher: How Do You Feel Now?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:55 min | Last month

Caller to Mike Gallagher: How Do You Feel Now?

"I don't think it's being a jerk. And by the way, I agree with you a 100% politically. Listen to you for 20 years. Thank you very much. You were one of the early ones to jump on board supporting getting the shot and wearing the mask. No, I didn't. That's a lie. That's not true. That's not true. That's not to wait a minute. Why do somebody like you say I was so careful for two years, never to tell you what to do with your body? No, no, you didn't tell me what to do. I didn't say that. I said, you were for you. Me, thank you no, you didn't say that originally. So that's good. Let's be sure we're clear because I was very careful. I respect your decision to do with your body, what you choose and the mandate, the vaccine mandate, all this was insane and absurd and I said so, I shared that I got a vaccine and somehow that too rub people the wrong way. Well, now in hindsight, how do you feel? We all listen to Doctor Fauci, who was wrong about everything. You better believe he was. What do you mean, how do I feel about my decision to get a vaccine? Yes, everything that everyone did in the country was based on the expert Fauci and right now everything has been. You're not going to get an argument for me. Let's talk about me. Enough about me, let's talk about me as it's saying goes, I got COVID. Let me make, let me answer your question. How do I feel now? Here's the answer to your question. I got COVID in December. It was such a piece of cake and my symptoms were so mild and the possibility exists that it's because I was vaccinated. Now, it might not have been. I might have been fine without it. I don't know. You don't know. The only God knows. You're going to take me to. So that's my answer. My wife and I did not get the vaccine. And I got it badly early early on before people even knew it existed. Right. And my wife got it. There you go. And so and so who knows? Who

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For churches hit by disasters, Easter brings promise of hope

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

For churches hit by disasters, Easter brings promise of hope

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Kakko, Georgiev lead Rangers to shutout of Flyers

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Kakko, Georgiev lead Rangers to shutout of Flyers

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Producer prices surge 11.2% in March on higher energy costs

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Producer prices surge 11.2% in March on higher energy costs

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Governor signs $220B budget, boosted by federal aid, surplus

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Governor signs $220B budget, boosted by federal aid, surplus

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How Did the FBI Arrest January 6 Suspects So Quickly?

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:59 sec | Last month

How Did the FBI Arrest January 6 Suspects So Quickly?

"You off. So talk about the January 6th thing. So this is a lot of work. Yeah. So recall what happened. So the January 6th event was on a Tuesday. The day after the runoff. It was a Wednesday, I think. So the next day they had allegedly already identified some of the people. Gotten the convened a grand jury. Convened a grand jury and then issued arrest warrants in a matter of 72 hours. It's not possible. So did they have the fence of the pings ready to go? Is that what you're saying? They had the actual devices ready to go. That's our supposition. There's no other way to have done it. We believe they were tracking people all the way back into the latter part of the election. Certainly into November and early December. So people that would be likely to go to that event or is that correct? Yes. Okay, so they had a profile. I'm meeting that profile. And they're tuned up and ready. But then probably the night before they'd be able to say, hey, 200,000 of our profiles are in town. Right? So they'd be like, they're around. We weren't wrong.

James O'Keefe: Feds Gagged Microsoft for Not Spying on Project Veritas

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | Last month

James O'Keefe: Feds Gagged Microsoft for Not Spying on Project Veritas

"You gotta hold of this Biden family diary and of course after that it appears you guys became the subject of a bunch of raids I mean this is the kind of stuff that you write in like a cheesy comic book and everybody laughs like oh no that wouldn't happen There's no way the DoJ could be so ridiculous to do that And it seems obvious they be covering for Biden What's going on with that Well that's the recent big story we did This Microsoft Corporation reached out to me We use Microsoft for our emails And there were legal documents that showed that Biden's Department of Justice was spying on us 9 months before we even heard about this Joe Biden's daughter diary This is January 2020 Secret warrants then were signed by magistrate judges to Microsoft for my emails and my colleagues emails and those warrants allowed them to get stuff going back two years ago This is crazy It was so crazy the ACLU issued a statement ACLU comments on this This happened about two weeks ago And there are troubled by the electronic surveillance orders requiring sweeping disclosure of all of our journalistic sources So the FBI and the Department of Justice targeting project veritas and the craziest part about this Dan is that the federal judge in New York in December said well James will keeps a journalist journalist at privilege ordered the special master over the FBI with what they did and raiding my home and taking my stuff And then the feds went back to Microsoft a month later and continued to try to gag Microsoft from disclosing the existence of the secret warrants Last month Microsoft drafted emotion good on them opposing the gag and the feds back down And then in March just a few weeks ago we found out about all this This is crazy This is the biggest at bridgeman on freedom of the press in the history of the United States

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FBI Official Can't Find Hunter Biden's Laptop

The Larry Elder Show

01:15 min | Last month

FBI Official Can't Find Hunter Biden's Laptop

"Three back to the Hunter Biden laptop. Apparently, the FBI cybersecurity chief doesn't even know where it is. So where is it? The laptop. Sir, I'm not here to talk about the laptop. I'm here to talk about the FBI cyber program. You are the assistant director of FBI cyber. I want to know where Hunter Biden's laptop is, where is it? Sorry, I don't know that answer. That is astonishing to me. Has FBI cyber assessed whether or not Hunter Biden's laptop could be a point of vulnerability, allowing America's enemies to hurt our country. Sir, FBI cyber program is based off of what's codified and title 18 or title 18 section ten 30, a code, which talks about computer intrusions, using nefarious intent. You've talked about passwords here. I mean, Hunter Biden's password on his laptop was hunter O two. He drops it off at a repair store. I'm holding the receipt from max computer repair, where in December 2019, they turned over this laptop to the FBI and now you're telling me right here is that as the assistant director of FBI cyber, you don't know where this is after it was turned over to you three years

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The Washington Post Failed to Investigate Hunter's Hard Drive

Mark Levin

01:25 min | Last month

The Washington Post Failed to Investigate Hunter's Hard Drive

"The post review draws in part on an analysis of a copy Said to be of the hard drive of a laptop computer then Hunter Biden purportedly dropped off at a Delaware repair shop and never came to collect Now this is amazing Here the poor New York Post is waving it around Look what we've got Look what we've got And they're trashed and they're attacked by these other media corporations The New York Post could have said here we have it and did and they Washington Post could have said I mean The Washington Post could have said they look We'd like to take a look at that but they didn't they trashed it The laptop was turned over to the FBI in December 2019 according to documents reviewed by the post And a copy of the drive was obtained by Rudy Giuliani and other advisers to then president Trump a few months before the 2020 election After the New York Post began publishing reports when the conscience of the laptop in October 2020 The Washington Post repeatedly asked Giuliani and Republican strategist Stephen K Bannon for a copy of the data to review before the election But the request rebuffed or ignored Well why did you ask them Why didn't you ask the New York Post Why did you carry the New York Post stories Look how they're covering up even their own tracks

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US growth in Q4 revised slightly lower to 6.9%

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

US growth in Q4 revised slightly lower to 6.9%

"The government reported Wednesday the U. S. economy ended twenty twenty one by expanding at a healthy six point nine percent annual pace from October through December a slight downgrade from its previous estimates for all of twenty twenty one the nation's gross domestic product which is its total output of goods and services jumped by five point seven percent the fastest calendar year growth since nineteen eighty four in the aftermath of a brutal recession looking at however growth is likely to slow sharply this year particularly in the first three months higher inflation will likely weigh on consumer spending as Americans take a dimmer view of the economy home sales have fallen as the fed is started pushing up borrowing costs leading to a sharp increase in mortgage rates exports may we get as overseas economies are just wrapped it by Russia's invasion of Ukraine I'm Julie Walker

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"early december" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:24 min | 5 months ago

"early december" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We're going to get the latest on TMT tech media telecom The trends coming up cybersecurity all that cool stuff we're going to do that with Mark Gibson he's KPMG head of the TMT group there So that'll be very cool to chat about But first let's go to John Tucker and get a Bloomberg business question All right are you feeling confident sounds like it fall just got the reading from the consumer confidence index This is for the month of December coming in higher than expected One 15.8 compare that to the survey of one 11 by economists and it's better than the prior month which came at one O 9.5 So consumers feeling kind of confident this holiday shopping season S&P 500 little changed after two days Tuesday's rally We also have some indication that lower volumes today S&P 500 up 7 points right now 46 56 then as the composite index a little more volume there than usual up 30 points that's up two tenths of a percent We're at 15,369 The Dow Jones Industrial Average is up 36 points up a tenth of a percent at 35,531 Over at Wells Fargo Chris Harvey says we may have hit an inflection point for brisk appetite If you look at credit spreads credit spreads are tight We look at growth growth as decelerating you're starting to see a lot of speculation in the marketplace And at the end of the day we've had an incredible run And what we're looking at is we're looking at a more hawkish fed These are all classic late cycle sign Well revised government data showed the U.S. economy did expand at a faster pace than initially estimated during the third quarter and the commerce department says GDP expanded at a 2.3% pace in the third quarter the revision there Four of the 11 innocent groups in the S&P 500 higher right now consumer discretionary stocks they're in the lead and that's the category where we find Tesla shares Tesla rising after Elon Musk said he sold enough stock to make his total sales about 10% So that seems to remove a key overhang on shares of Tesla Energy shares they're the worst performers right now And we check the markets for you every 15 minutes during the trade today right here in Bloomberg radio I'm John Tucker That's your Bloomberg business flash Shenanigan Paul All right John Tucker thank.

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"early december" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"early december" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"I'm Jack Cronin in the Kogo news center that you officially launched the campaign tomorrow. Falk, your previous announcing exploratory committee. Now, he says he'll run against Gavin Newsom and either a general campaign over the next two years or If there was a recall election that qualifies this year, city of counties reporting just over 1000 new coronavirus cases. The 1082 cases are the lowest number in weeks and the Rolling 14 day positive test rate is down to 8.5% hospital levels are also at their lowest level since early December and dropped by 23% for the last two weeks. 1/4 vaccination superstation be coming tomorrow. This one to San Diego County will be in the East County Petco Park. We opened then ensure the vistas a second one up in Cal State and San Marcos is our third one and then Grossmont shopping center to movie our fourth one. Where's the fifth one in the works that would be stood up in a couple of weeks as well. And these air doing 5000 plus vaccinations per day at those locations. Dash home of the county, saying all sites in San Diego are by appointment on Lee Mayor Todd Gloria says the city of San Diego will soon beginning vaccine doses directly. Instead of waiting for the county. The mayor is asking people to get vaccinated as soon as they are eligible, but the city now will be distributing its own vaccine. They're called screaming them in the sheriff's department from those in law enforcement across San Diego, making sure they get in line for the vaccine, which California currently has right now at 65. Plus, she's Kennedy telling Kogo news that Her department is already down 30 spots because of vacancies, and they can't afford to lose any more. Under the current covert protocols. There is a huge burden to keep their 24 hour operation going, but not only that, she says her officers performed lifesaving duties every day. I could give you stories about what my officers that have done and saving people's lives with turning kids alone. We deploy in our can to assist in life saving measures. We carry it with this were trained in Arc it nor can we also carry a DS in our supervisors cart. All these things are life saving measures. Kennedy says more than three quarters of those with two lives to police are willing to get vaccinated. But with the daughter working in the ICU, she understands the need to get others vaccinated. First. Zachary Barnes Kogo news, saying kind of attorney summer Stephan with a marriage message for parents and their teenage kids here during the pandemic Overall, Stephan says that with many students doing distance learning and spending more time online It could increase the risk they could become victims of human traffickers. She says Parents should watch for unusual behavior items that they're not familiar with that have been dropped off like gift and other things. You know, we're really even seeing marijuana deliberates to minors in order to begin to plied them and groom them, and she warns teams to be aware while on social media. Don't just own an image could very likely be a complete fake and the person hiding behind it is a 40 year old predator. Albert Kogo News. A doctor and scientist has done extensive research. Developing a seven FDA approved drug says he's now certain he has the origin of covert 19. The source. The lab and Dr Stephen quite, tells KOGO news that happened during research in which there were accidental releases, and it's happened previously with SARS co We won and smallpox. We have examples of stars. Examples with smallpox. The last person got smallpox was good Nagase for three floors away from Aladdin, one being smallpox research, and he doesn't believe there is anything suspicious or intentional. I'm a scientist. So what? I will say there's no evidence that it was done on purpose. It The pattern all these intricate pattern of an accidental release, and he says there should be public discussion on whether experiments with animals should continue. Maryland Haider KOGO News Finally, here, tonight's the Cathedral Catholic in the Diocese of San Diego or mourning the loss of a T shirt. The Carmel Valley School. All classes canceled a cathedral Catholic until Thursday. Other teachers shot and killed in North Park outside his home loss of Mario Fierro, a 2002 alarm a teacher since 2016 the diocese say they were told of his murder by San Diego police. They're posting extra security on the campus in Carmel Valley was killed in North Park spokesperson Kevin Equity with the diocese selling KOGO news that Fiero was young, vibrant, full of life. Someone. Everyone in the school community loved the shooting taking place on Kansas Street in North Park. Just after seven o'clock this morning, the suspect only described as Hispanic man in his forties. Let's check in now on you real time traffic.

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"early december" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"early december" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In early December analysis from American Public Media's a PM research lab found that approximately 1 800 African Americans has died from covert 19. The research was published less than a week after Dr Susan Moore, a family physician working in suburban Indianapolis, posted a video on Facebook detail in what she believed was her inadequate. Inadequate care at IU Health, North Hospital and Carmel, Indiana. Unlike many patients, Dr Moore knew exactly what was happening and the treatment options available. After the doctor treating her refused to give her a dose of the drug remedy severe as well as pain medication. 52 year old Dr Moore posted a seven minute video to Facebook documentary the Inferior Care she'd received. Video circulated on social media. Her care improved somewhat, but yet Dr Moore died on December 20th from complications of covert 19. Death sparked articles and op EDS about how implicit bias and racism and medicine that has been there for years has now led to higher death rates for people of color during the pandemic. Join me now is Linda Villarosa contributing writer for The New York Times Magazine covering race and public health. She teaches journalism and black studies at City College of New York and is writing a book called under the Skin, Race, Inequality and the Health of a Nation. Welcome Back to the show, Linda Thank you. Nice to be here again, Alison. So we want to hear from you Listeners have your friends or family experienced these health disparities. Medical professionals. Is this something that you've observed you've experienced? You've intervened when you've seen it happen. What do you think can and should be done? Give us a call it 6464357280646435 70 to 80. Or if you prefer to remain anonymous, you could always send us a message on instagram or handle is at all of it. W N Y C. That's our Twitter handle as well. On die. Do you want to play a bit of this clip of money? Our audience? No. This is about a minute long. It is that clip minute long of the clip of Dr Moore that she posted to Facebook and I want to look more listeners that they may find this. This is upsetting, but this is important to hear and to talk about. Here's Dr Moore talking about her treatment. This is our black people get killed. When you send them home. They don't know how to fight for themselves. I had to talk to somebody, Maybe the media somebody Let people know I'm being treated up in this place. And he gladly told me. I know you're a doctor. He didn't want the black doctor have no medicine. Nothing and then At the mirror to say it's because of him the nurse that I got the medicine Real. Because of you. No. How about because I had that stat CT and the next Showed all of that left had nothing fee and infiltrates. Yeah. You don't know about that. You don't get that in report. That's what I said. Hmm. Uh, Being black up in here. This is what happens. In a given. You're an expert in this and you're writing a book about this When you first heard this and saw this video, What did you think? I was just so angry on, but it's hard to hear but also not completely shocked. I think the shocking part is that it was a position and it feels like she was punished for her knowledge, and she was punished by advocating for advocating for herself. And I think that was the hard part. But this kind of bias we know we've known for centuries decades years that exists in all the systems of our society, including the medical system. What do you think It is about this particular video in this particular moment that it has awakened some people? Well, I think there were these four physicians, black woman positions who wrote a Washington Post op ed and they said about Dr Morse say her name and it made this explicit through line to Rianna Taylor. It made it explicit through line to George Floyd. And it says that the system of our society the systems of America, cause harm to us and kill us, and so it's and it's very obvious. You know, All of these things have to be proven through video. Um and you have to see it for yourself. But now we've seen it. So we've known this was going on there been studied. There's been research But to see it to hear her voice like this is painful. After posting her initial video, Dr Moore posted updates on her care. The hospital responded to the post. Her care improved, as did her condition. She was released from the hospital, but she took a turn for the worst. He was taken to a different hospital 12 hours later, where she was diagnosed with bacterial pneumonia, pneumonia as well as cove it pneumonia. You know? We When you think about what you've heard what you've been reporting about what is it like for the average person of color? When they come to a hospital, and they say it I think I have killed or have tested positive for Kota. But this was a woman who had all the language and all of the research at And was able to understand what was happening to her. What happens to people who don't I mean, it sounds sort of obvious, but I want to lay it out. Well, I think anyone entering the medical system, which is broken, there's fear there's powerlessness There is, um you know the sense that I'm not sure what's gonna happen to me here. I have to trust people. If you're black, who don't look like me. Only 5% of positions in America are black. And so you're most likely going to get someone who doesn't have the same experiences you or doesn't look like you and may not, and Mayfield angry. You may have stereotypes about you. Going through their heads. That's what it felt like that happened to Dr more where it was sort of, like when she spoke up. It was, you know, she was told that you're being too intimidating. That's what the CEO of the hospital said about her. Oh, she may have intimidated the nursing staff by being so knowledgeable. It's sort of like, well, that's not right. That's not fair. We help people to go in the system and advocate for themselves. But when you do, even if you you know you a person knows their bet their body better than anyone else This woman knew, you know. What the care should be and what she needed and was ignored and harmed. And so for the average person, it's even worse. What are some of the ways That Something that a black person a person of color can say that will go through some sort of filter and be heard in a different way by a position where that bias comes in and changes. For the person on the receiving end. What they hear. I want to say something about you know, health care providers. I don't think health care providers go into health care to cause harm. In fact, you know their motto is do no harm..

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"early december" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"early december" Discussed on KGO 810

"60% of high end quality tribal new, modern and antique rugs open seven days a week called 650235 97 77. Tribal. We've studio in Burlingame some excitement at the University of California at San Francisco. It is one of seven California hospitals. That will be the first to get a covert vaccine as F. Gates, saying UCSF was chosen by the California Public Health Department. To be among the first in the world for early distribution of phasers, vaccine, health care workers and first responders will be the first in line to get it. UCSF is thinking that could happen early December. Power could be going out today in Southern California. That is because of strong dry Santa Ana winds expected to blow a BCS Alex Stone has more from L. A. Over 85,000 Southern Californians have been warned they may have their electricity shut off today. High winds are expected later today. Through late tomorrow. Southern California Edison is warning. If winds do get high enough, they will shut off the power to prevent wildfires possibly impacting Thanksgiving for tens of thousands of people here. Alex Stone reporting, the Monterey County Bay Aquarium Research Institute, or Bari, is getting a $53 million grant to monitor ocean health with their robotic underwater vehicles. The grant was approved by the National Science Foundation. The work done by M. Bari. Researchers will help protect the central coast in the face of climate crisis and It will also provide information to scientists around the world, studying the climate crisis as well on the research, and the Monterey Bay has already started KGO 8 10 traffic around the Bay Area. Now let's hop out to the roadways and see what is going on. Looks like we have an incident North found 6 80 at the Bollinger Canyon.

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"early december" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"early december" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Were fearful at the end of the Thanksgiving holiday, or we move into early December. We could easily be at that 15% Love says the trauma service area that includes DFW currently sits in a 14% covered 19 hospitalization rank. Mork cuts could be coming for Dallas based Southwest Airlines. More than 400 employees have been told they could be furloughed in January if they don't agree to a 10% cut in pay. The Farlow warnings were issued to members of the union that represents mechanics, maintenance technicians and employees who clean the planes. Southwest, which is still trying to recover from losses caused by the pandemic, has already cut pay for management and non union workers. Freedom Rock WB AP News The number of Americans seeking unemployment aid rose last week 2 742,000 the first increase in five weeks and a sign that the resurgent viral outbreak is likely slowing the economy and forcing Mork companies to cut jobs. Labor Department's report Thursday's show that applications for benefits rose from 711,000 the previous week claims it soared to 6.9 million in March, when the pandemic first intensified. Texas business closing numbers on Wall Street. The Dow rose 45 points to end at 4 29,083. The NASDAQ was up 103 to finish at 11,009 05 s and P 500 jumped 14 to 3582 right now. Fair 68 degrees at DFW Airport from the Rexall U. S. A. W B A P News desk. I'm Mike Training. Your next updated A 30 24 7 coverage Had WBF calm..

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"early december" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"early december" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Or you just totally loving it because you just knock this song out of the park. Well, first of all, I had a 3 30 AM lovey Colin at 5 a.m. flights that was part of it is just getting dressed. That's not being pensive that you being tired. Exactly. Look, there's a bit of both. I'm quite disciplined when it comes to not listening to my records after the mustard. S O. The only time I really get to hear them is if I happen to be, you know, hearing them through someone else playing them. And it is interesting Teo to reflect on what I was feeling that I did that vocal take. And of course, we're now performing these reinvention versions on tour, So it's cool to hear how I Phrased them in the original recordings, compared Yeah, doing some of the same songs, but in a slightly different way now, Yeah, probably more in the vein of what you just heard, you know, a pretty face and piano very different. What I've done in the past, which has been pretty Elektronik. Is that a thing If I heard other artists who took their songs and then re imagined them, or is that a novel idea you came up with? I mean, I'm sure it's been done before. I think of the 1st 1 to ever have thought I'd love to cover other writer covering you. Right? And I think what I wanted to make sure I did with this small peopie was not just to acoustic versions because, of course, you can pick up a guitar and play the chords and do it that way. But I wanted to actually re imagine them and sometimes re harmonize them and give them new. Arrangements. So I did bring on board a producer from Norway who helped to kind of actually given new lens over the song, so not just playing them acoustically but actually sort of reinventing the framework around them. It all Sounds good. Both versions. I mean, if I'd heard the 1st 1 if I had done the 1st 1 imagine that me But then I don't know that I would have thought I want to do it another way. I think I would have been satisfied. Is it that you weren't satisfied? That's pretty common in my work As an artist. I'm always kind of pushing into a new way to challenge myself or all kind of express the songs to people in a new way. I think that's interesting, you know, to give people a new angle on the lyric. Well, I wonder, too. If having to do your songs so many times as an artist, it's more fun to find other ways to perform to. Absolutely you're Bruce Springsteen. You want to jump off a bridge, but you've got to do those same songs over and over again. Exactly, And this is a way that I can keep playing them for fun. Yes, but actually keep them kind of exciting and inspiring for myself. Welcome to Chicago. By the way, Thank you. I love Chicago. So you've come to town often do you? I mean, I've played here a few times, and that boy's been super exciting, passionate crowds. I just really like the architecture in the city. The feeling of it. It's got this moodiness on DH. I'm actually a cold weather person, so I get quite excited to be in the cult. Well, you picked a good day. It's freezing cold here in late November and early December, so some of us don't know your songbook or you as well as others. The young lady over there our producer, All of Garris, you can say hi at anytime. L of high like your biggest fan. Oh, my God. And when I went and told my boss, I said, Listen, there's an artist we want to bring into the studio. How should we manage this particular interview? She's from New Zealand. Is it camera? I know my God. He's running around with their hands up in the air, and then some of us went to Wikipedia and said, Okay, what's the Kim brah? But Kimberly Johnson, So did you always decide to go? One word one name Kim Brown. If it was a conscious decision, I, um I started entering like little high school band competition when I was a solo artist on my guitar. And I remember it just kind of started becoming like that. You know, they just say Kimbrough, now announcing Kimber, and I guess it just stuck with this kind of unique name, But I also think not many p not everybody gets to pull off Prince Bjork share Kim brought Where did your parents come up with that name? They overheard it from some Children. They were baby sitting in New Zealand and the Children were kind of listing off arts that they had, and one of their Alex was called Kim brah. She's an illustrator in New Zealand. And just really like the name and Yeah, I haven't met any other Kemper's in my life yet, but so can I share with you a line from your Wikipedia page, then? Some, like, okay, kind of catching up on your Cambra attended Hillcrest High School, competing in the school's musical competition. Rock Quest for three years running. I guess you remember that right where she was awarded second place in 2004 at the age of 14. Who is first for crying out loud. I've just been a really good school was awesome. Yeah, then we definitely did it right when it comes to like Encouraging kids in school with music. So I was only actually the only girl and then entire competition at the state level at that time, and that was kind of a big deal for me, but also it made people want to stay in school. Because if you you know, we're thinking about dropping out of school is doing another year of high school. It meant you could enter the rock West, You know, interesting that you say. I don't think we push arts enough. We're all about sports in America, but I think that arts you know, visual or musical. I think they suffer a little bit. And you know, the cool thing about this competition is it wasn't like a big televised thing. Like American Idol or come with all the celebrity thing. It was actually very authentically. Just like punk rock bands, you know, going out in front of their friends and cheering each other on Still. How old are you? 27. 28 now. Yeah. So you've been performing since you were a middle teams. I mean, think about that. Um I wonder people that have your ability. Did you know that then I wonder if when you're 15 they go. This This girl's going to be a recording star, and that's not the doting parents. Did you know it? Did people know today? When did you open up your mouth, Oh, my God, This is going to be your career. I think in New Zealand, we often are known to be quite sort of self deprecating, and we don't dream. It's because Americans do you know what kind of think we're so far away. And so although I knew I could really make people happy with this gift, and then it made me very happy. I probably didn't go as far to say, you know, one day I'll see my name in lights, you know, because I just didn't think like that. But I would have people tell me early on that there was something special about What I did, and I had a lot of passion and ability to be quite vulnerable with my music early on. So piggybacking on that. What is it that you wanted to bring to the stage? Or what is it that you wanted to share with people? Well, there were a lot of singer songwriters. I like to New Zealand who were you know, woman, folksy singer songwriter. And of course, I was very inspired by that kind of music when I was young. I sort of kind of lack of like toughness and female songwriters and producers. And I wanted to find music that I could make that would keep the Croft of like singer songwriter music but have like beets and have You know rawness to it and push maybe some more like my masculine side sometimes and not have to always be in the pretty box of like, you know, So I think that compelled me to become more of a producer and to push myself into being a little bit more of a You know, embrace the more avant garde side of myself inspired by artists, of course, like Bjork and prints. I see that, though, Maurin, your recent video is not in your early stuff, but yeah, that's probably for that. All works, but the early stuff is pretty family. It's just really fun to watch. Sure, Thank you. I mean, we definitely have always mean my official team, you know, presented an image that kind of comes across quite Polished, but what I'm interested in is like what's beneath the layers. You know, even if I think of my first single, settle down is there's kind of some morbid ideas in there, You know, in some kind of bittersweet. Come on. That is really your own essay based on one of her songs based on that music video. Yeah, well, so you know what I mean? Right? Like it's not all pretty. There's some other things going on there that are kind of challenging. What has she got A bad grade on the essay? How did the essay go? Oh, I got a name I wouldn't have ever Not that I would be telling you this. So you just did. New song. The featured snoop dog, Right? That's right. Yeah, well, you know, you've come a long way. Yeah. I never would have thought he would be wrapping on one of my songs. That was a chick. I want to ask you about that. But when you do that, like you also worked with John legend, huh? Yeah, when I see Names like that next to other names like that. I wonder Do they all get in the studio at the same time in the same week? Or is it just tracks that are sent? How does that happen? It really depends. I mean, me and John worked very one on one. We were in a studio.

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"early december" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"early december" Discussed on WTOP

"Jenny by chef 1 36 a sobering new projection about the U. S death toll from Cove in 19 The US Covert 19 death toll has surpassed 160,000. And there's a grim new prediction. That number could nearly double in the next few months. A research model from the University of Washington School of Medicine now predicts the number of Corona virus deaths in the U. S. Reach close to 300,000 by early December of the university's Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation also says consistent mask wearing could save about 70,000 lives, Responded. Bill Rake off without report A new study by Children's National Hospital is finding minority kids are more than three times as likely to contract Corona virus than white Children. And those from low income neighborhoods are also at high risk. Dr. Monica Goya, pediatric emergency medicine specialist at the hospital, tells NBC for she hopes the findings will serve as a wake up call. Kobe has really shone a spotlight on disparities that have long existed in our country. And our hope is that this Will be a call to action. The research, however, did not look at the severity of a child's illness or their outcome. Doctor say most Children who do contact the virus have mild symptoms and recover. Andrea Cameron. W T o P News coming up after traffic and weather the downside to soliciting information from foreign nationals on election meddling. I'm J. J Green, 1 37 We're all spending more time in our homes that we have in a very long time. That's why the condition of your house is so important. Hi, it's Chris core. Perhaps the most important part of your house to be in great shape. Is your roof. Because if you have roof damage that could lead to some very expensive repairs. Some leaks, But who do you call it? You can trust? Well, that answer is easy. You can absolutely trust roof masters. I have known and used this company for almost 20 years. They do great work at a fair price and approved that they say this when you need roofing work done, always get three estimates. Just make.

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"early december" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"early december" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"A plan that would have the regular season consist of three ten team divisions broken down by geography with eighty two wanted regular season games played an expanded playoff format the World Series ending in late November or early December basketball news five star prospect Ishaan Nick says decommitted from UCLA and plans to play in the NBA's G. league mixes a third player to pass a college basketball player the NBA's developmental program but the first player to do so after signing a national letter of intent news from the NFL or the New Orleans Saints made official signing free agent quarterback James wants to do a one year deal the amount of the contract was not disclosed the Pittsburgh Steelers picked up the fifth year option a contractor star pass rusher DJ watch and the Baltimore Ravens site better office environment DJ Fluker what happens in the big world outside still affects your world on the inside and helping Americans we are slowing this right when we get back to normal connect with your world at the top and thirty minutes past the hour to stay ahead of this fire your world is still right world news radio twelve hundred W. away I later this evening limit on your credit card suddenly shrank you're not alone some banks have started to decrease our credit limits as the job income losses caused by stay at home eat X. has increased the possibility that people could miss their monthly payments here's what's happening for Jacob Passey personal finance reporter at marketwatch Jacob is this widespread it's not happening on math but you know some things are starting to reevaluate folks credit limit in light of what's going on in the economy right now because of the cost of Iraq so I think with the financial which is the company that that our topic by retailers store card he said on the earnings call last week that they are you know reevaluating.

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"early december" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"early december" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Hi this is huge send him about eleven million people that's really in the middle of the country it's right between Beijing going south towards Hong Kong it's been called the Chicago of China a bustling hub of manufacturing and transportation Wuhan is filled with people it's a highly populated city of perfect megacity for a virus to thrive it's early December when local doctors noticed a mysterious flu like illness appearing in hospitals there were people getting very very sick they were needing a ventilator Sabri they were having severe pneumonia the first alarm bell is rung was by a group of doctors in Wuhan who had a chat group amongst themselves this message was posted by doctor Lee went down seven sars cases were confirmed in the wine and fruit and seafood market tell your family and loved ones to take caution turns out it's not sars but experts worry this virus may have also jumped from animals to humans for sars it started with that they trace the potential start of this epidemic to a wet market in Wuhan China markets in every city our gigantic in China for sale every kind of fish reptiles insects and other animal imaginable the Chinese government they were furious at doctor Lee for spending this information instead of taking that information sharing it with the public examining it what do the Chinese authorities do they.

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"early december" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"early december" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Open hi this is Doug there with your weekly North Dakota game and fish department outdoors report landowners in south western North Dakota are you able to enroll in the state conservation reserve enhancement program or crap after the US department of agriculture open a new sign up period in early December in addition USDA also announced an open sign up for the general conservation is our program which is open until February twenty ninth the North Dakota riparian project crap first offered in spring twenty seventeen allows states to identify resource concerns in design custom built projects along right period areas Kevin Kading game and fish private land section supervisor says there is federal and state funding available to provide annual rental incentive and cost sure payments work filter strips riparian buffers for pollinator in honey bee habitat the state wide Rome account for this program is twenty thousand acres expired or expiring CRP is not eligible for the North Dakota right period project crap at this time when offered must meet FSA cropping history requirements and be located within the project boundary there is no minimum acreage requirement for rolling land into crap but any land in rolled in a crap contract with USDA must also be enrolled in the game and fish what program land owners will receive payments for allowing walk in hunting access and are eligible for additional habitat enhancements incentives and cashier proof nation regarding the project letter should contact a local game and fish private land biologist for their local county USDA service center that's this week's North Dakota game and fish department outdoors report I'm biologist for more than forty years Joe's investments as broad plans to wife and made dreams come true by delivery expertise.

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"early december" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"early december" Discussed on KOMO

"In early December after a series of assaults outside the entrance but it's an area that hasn't felt safe for years today brand works of the downtown courthouse I've always deal just all lot activity being chaotic outside but I just it's going to get in as much as I can the decision to reopen the entrance comes after county council members approved emergency funding six hundred thousand dollars to put extra deputies outside the entrance and for outreach workers on the street Seattle police also adding more officers police chief Carmen best says she understands the public's frustration I can assure you that we are working very hard very diligently on a whole lot of programs to address some of the frustration that people are seen SPD says near the courthouse this year their officers responded to six hundred five crime sets up nine percent from last year Carly Johnson come on news flu cases in Washington state showing up earlier than usual this year his call Franklin's in the first week of December three point two percent of doctor visits nationwide were from people with an influenza like illness cents according to data from the centers for disease control and prevention the national baseline which uses data from the previous three seasons is two point four percent Washington is one of the places with particularly high flu activity along with Nebraska Porter Rico and a swath of southern states stretching from Texas to Virginia The Seattle Times reports here in Washington four point four percent of doctor visits were from people with a flu like illness as far above the stage one point five percent baseline Frank Lenzi go motifs he might soon have to pay more for liquor of a huge tax break expires cultic pop of explains from a distillery in Edmond right now.

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"early december" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:10 min | 2 years ago

"early december" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Your Bloomberg business flash mama June. well thank you John well Congress returns to work today with a heavy agenda we'll get done much beyond the bare minimum of keeping the government funded and operating after the fiscal year ends September thirtieth joining us from our DC studios is Eric Watson Bloomberg news congressional reporter so Eric let's go through some of the things that might be on the agenda starting with the government funding yeah the a fiscal year ends at the end of this month and it looks like Congress is on track to pass another stop gap spending bill this would last either to the middle of November or early December not really expecting any kind of shut down drama if our listeners recall it was a thirty five day record breaking government shut down to begin this calendar year it not expecting that to be repeated this month however when this new stopgap would expire it toward the end of the year there could be some drama again the key issue once again is that comes border wall he's been raiding military accounts recently announcing last week that three point six billion would be transferred from all kinds of the military construction projects for his border wall Congress uses an illegal grab of its power of the person is attempting lease that democratic house is attempting to put into the spending bills more restrictions on that that some of the could draw real threat and shut down but I don't see that happening this month seems to have been a lot more talk this time around about gun control it we're gonna see some action well there could be you know Mitch McConnell is the real key decider here's the Senate Majority Leader he has said that it's really up to trump trump needs to come forward and say what he's willing to sign the president has been of two minds he has flip flopped on this issue saying initially after several of the large massacres over the summer that a huge favor increase background checks the the same time saying that they would really have prevented the the specific massacres in question that that being said to we could see action on that that Democrats are holding press conference today try to pressure the Senate to take up a house passed. that would create universal background checks there are other smaller ball things that could happen there's a possibility of a red flag for system being set up for people who really shouldn't be given the right to bear arms and then there's also the question of whether the federal databases is getting in you know enough information getting out of the states from FBI background checks that could they could also pass muster so drug pricing is also something that's been talked about a lot will anything be done well it's a it's a really good question citrusy health stocks being moved today on Wall Street disabilities going to unveil as soon as this week but probably by the end of the month I have a strategy for dealing with drug pricing it would likely attacked the attack the least competitive Medicare drugs and created out of pocket maximum for for seniors on Medicare there's a Senate version that passed the Senate finance committee right before the August recess don't penalize drug companies for drugs that rise in price more rapidly than the pace of inflation of both of those things could end up becoming law it's gonna be a long slide the drug companies and health lobbies have really been working this issue over August and is related smaller ball bill to track tech surprise billing that's very popular among the American people but it may be stalled by this lobbying effort. it does seem though that that there is more bipartisan support for of perhaps for this prescription measure for for the cost of drugs and then any other rich but certainly the top voters minds when you go out to the districts as I did I was ever made Westover August that drug pricing is a really really big concern was he certain medicines including insulin really skyrocket terms of cost so that's affecting people no matter what their political persuasion so I think the president and the speaker want to get something done on this they want to go into the next election to telling voters they've been active on the issue however we don't yet know if they'll be able to overcome their differences and again as a lack of trust you know in the past the speaker and the president of try to come together and immigration there was some briefs window success and extending the debt ceiling right before August recess was secretary in the notion of the treasury coming into it to make a deal so this of attentional there but it's going to be it's gonna be tough given how thorny healthcare is and some of those same tensions may be at play when you're talking at the U. S. MCA that's right the U. S. Mexico Canada free trade agreement hi this is I mean it's been signed and mistress and wanted to have that approved by the end of the summer obvious that didn't happen as far as we can tell these situation right now is the US trade representative Robert light Heiser it's gonna be meeting at like then Wednesday with this working group of house Democrats to come up with a solution to their four main objections which involve labor labor environment enforcement provisions and drug patents the queue and being enforcement under nafta as much as those provisions going into effect decades ago they never really enforced because the panels of the arbitration panel that the agreement allowed for weren't allowed to convene there's a potential solution to that and and sort of forcing a panels to to meet but that has not yet been fully table and and last we talked to house ways and means chairman Richard Neal who is chairing the negotiations he's saying he's waiting for light has a. come back with concrete language that could happen Wednesday and if so this would have a greater chance of getting voted on and passed this year really so you're saying that it might be actually passed I think it's possible certainly there are house Democrats are very much against the original laughed and against this however pelo see is really for for this is going to Republicans sis shown that she's going to get to yes so if the if you give me some more momentum this week in September we could see it give vote on however there's a general sense if it bleeds into next year which is an election year I travel to very very difficult essentially because is very similar to nafta it could be portrayed a campaign is a nother vote for nafta nafta is always been under water in terms of popularity so would be a tough vote and next year all right Eric thanks so much that Eric Watson bloomer congressional reporter Bob now has the latest world and national headlines..

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"early december" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"early december" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Of killing Kelsey Berith. The mother of his daughter Sarah disappeared Thanksgiving Day, and investigators searched her home in early December and found blood founded on the toilet seat on the bath tub on the door hinges on her toothbrush. Even and when the prosecutor asked Greg Slater of the CBI, you think foul play is suspected he said. Said unequivocally. Yes, ABC news producer, Carol. Mckinley says she also heard officials tell about a murder plot between phrase Frasier and crystal Kenny the nurse who pleaded guilty to tampering with evidence phrase's being held without bond in the death of Kelsey Berith. The judge found enough evidence to bind crazy over for trial. He'll be back in court in April an ongoing feud over parking between neighbors ended in a shootout on Sunday morning. The man shot near eagle crest high school in Rura has died. He's been identified as forty six year old Anthony or TJ Cunningham, a former CU buffaloes player and an administrator for roar public schools. The arapahoe county sheriff's office says Thirty-one-year-old Marcus Johnson will now be charged with his murder. He's accused of shooting Cunningham several times after they argued over a parking space Cunningham played with the CU buffs in the early nineties and also played for a short time with the Seattle Seahawks. Karen? And Trinidad KOA NewsRadio. The two brothers once considered to be persons of interest in the alleged attack on jussie smollet met with prosecutors in Chicago courthouse today. ABC news is learned the FBI and US postal inspection service are now investigating whether empire's star jussie smollet himself played a role in sending a threatening letter that arrived in Pires Chicago studio before the alleged attack. There was no address.

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"early december" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"early december" Discussed on 600 WREC

"It is becoming a Senate him for the very cold air plan. So the question then becomes will? We get some of this hashtag polar vortex. This winter. Looks like some forecasters showing it where we are right now in a very mild pattern almost the entire continental US seeing above average temperatures after a very cold November and early December. We've kind of switched the flip the switch to kinda mild air for the next couple of weeks. But there are some signs with the computer models that we could be getting a significant cold snap with with help from the polar vortex towards the beginning to middle of January not not necessarily surprising that that is typically the coldest part of the year early to mid January. So if it gets cold there that wouldn't you know, not necessarily newsworthy. We're speaking with Doyle rice weather reporter at USA today. His piece is called polar vortex back in the day. We called it winter. Is there a certain temperature range that says this is definitely a definitely a vortex. Not just not just a cold snap. Looking like, it would be how much? Below average. It is that's a your average temperatures. This time of year, you'd say thirties and forties across much of the much of the central and eastern north eastern US. You know, when you're talking highs in the teens and twenties which can happen. That's when you can know usually use that term because of that is strictly polar Arctic air that's flowing down may mainly. I'd say if you have highs in the team's twenty as far south, let's say the mid Atlantic. Then you're probably. Thanks toil rice, whether reporter at USA today, thirty minutes after the hour on This Morning, America's first news..

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"early december" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"early december" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And designers. These are not going to be blue collar jobs on top of that. The Wall Street Journal has reported that Foxconn would be bringing engineers from China to fill some of these jobs, although the company denies this. One thing got a lot of attention in. Wisconsin was the use of eminent domain to take people's homes for the Foxconn plant. I'll take you back to the entry entry. I recently went to see Kim Mahoney and her husband, Jim, they grew up in the Racine area. And they spent years planning to build their dream house in nearby Mount Pleasant, unfortunately, their plot is exactly where the Foxconn plant is going up. There's heavy construction equipment out of nearly every window. We pick this floor plan because we love to entertain especially for Packer games and Wisconsin badger games. They said they're gonna service. I think they're actually building this road. Right now, news bulldozers are doing they're getting ready to putting who. All of their neighbors have sold their homes to the village, and almost all of them have been demolished already Kim. And Jim are the last holdouts the want to take our property and give it to Foxconn? They don't wanna do anything else with it. They don't want it to be for a public road or utilities. But if they could have found it public use for taking her property, that's what they should help them. They want these properties for Foxconn because they've already promised to give them to him. Stories about people losing their homes. Don't look good on the news and the legislative fiscal bureau. A nonpartisan state agency said the project wouldn't pay for itself until twenty forty two at the earliest instead of a campaign talking point for governor Scott Walker Foxconn may have contributed to his defeat. Walker lost in November two Tony Everts a democrat with very critical of the deal, but in early December the Republican legislature pushed through several bills stripping the incoming governor of some of his power before Everts was sworn in this became a huge national story. It's been compared to a coup. One of those bills took away the new governor's control over the agency that manages the state's dealings with Foxconn speaker of the assembly Robin Voss was pretty blunt about it. We know that Tony has said that he might go back and look at the Foxconn. Look I represent the area where Foxconn is I am not going to allow. Incoming governor Iverson screw up the largest economic opportunity for the region that I represent in the state. So if the governor no longer has the power to influence, the Foxconn deal, Matt Flynn, the democratic lawyer may take it to court he thinks that the contract, violates the state's constitution identified. A tap national litigator with experience intended firm who is a draft of the complaint, and it would require some financial support. So a lot of people are just very conservative on taxes. And they know this is going to come from somewhere. We're being played for suckers. And I just want to kick over the whole applecart. Wisconsin nights are going to be paying for Foxconn for decades. The billions that are being taken away from the budget might have been used to pay for other jobs, like hiring more teachers are fixing the state's crumbling roads any way, you look at it. You have to use magical thinking to think that Foxconn is worth it. So you might ask.

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"early december" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"early december" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Requested wildcat all the air tonight for the breslin shattered east Lansing, Michigan. Big ten basketball. It's the northwestern. Wildcats in the sports Michigan state. Good evening and happy new year. Everybody along with coach Joey Meyer. Dave edit for me slapstick. Nice to have you along welcome. Tony evening of northwestern. Wildcat basketball. The northwestern basketball. Pregame show is presented by wintrust conference. Play begins in earnest, we have two conference games back in early December for everybody. But now it is hot birds play full go till we get to the beginning of March the big ten tournament in Chicago and the Wildcats enter conference play or reiterate still looking for their first big tad where they went oh, a two and early December losing a pair of two point games on the road at Indiana at at home against Michigan since that they have gone three that come into this game. Well, their overall Mark up night and four they are all in one so far off the road. Michigan state is on a six game winning streak despite what their conference games back into sever winning ad. Rutgers and hear a blow out of Iowa Michigan state eleven to two. Here at the breslin center under their veteran head coach Tom Izzo. It's the Wildcats and the Spartan here tonight. I will look at the keys. This basketball, presented by wintrust seven twenty WGN relieving pain just got a lot less painful. Because now in.

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"early december" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"early december" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Bolsonaro everything that's on your demographic profile says that you shouldn't? And she says he's the only one that used the name of God in his campaign. And I think that that was the truth for a lot of. Joining voters reporter, Shannon SIMS in Rio de Janeiro on day, one of the new presidency of gyroscopes Amato. Thank you. Thanks so much among the changes that J Wilson auto has promised to bring to Brazil is an end to same sex marriage. It's been legal in Brazil since twenty thirteen in the run-up to today's inauguration. There's been a surge in same sex marriages. They're Carleen is not the an Leany forgo are among the many couples that rushed to tie the knot. I spoke with them from their home in Sao Paulo earlier today Eleni told me that got married in early December. We're planning to get married, but we here yet because of the elections, and that we need embassy scenario nod Justice, but a lot of couples got marriage. I'm curious how did you to meet we met my friend three years ago? He told that I was perfect to totaling in. And so that turned out to be true. Yes. Alenia? I wanted to ask you a question. And if you could ask it to caroliina, and she could answer in Portuguese than you can translate for for us. Okay. Legal experts seem to believe that Bolsonaro will end same sex marriage. How worried are you that that will happen? I think they meant educate. Go says you have to go home. Epic in overdose. He will cheat or you know, because a maintenance this'll miserable sex. Okay. I'm afraid because today gay marriage is legal, but it can turns illegal. So we got carriage up. This. I understand Alenia wanted to ask you have you felt any difference in the way you and other people in the LGBTQ community have been treated since both Sinato launched his presidential campaign or since he was elected. Yes, what I talk with Colina is that sometimes we are frayed just Walkin together with our hands or keys one another in be attacked because of debt so you walk together. But you don't hold hands. No. We we hold hands. But sometimes afraid we thought that at did. Head finished and after days. Things were getting better in Brazil in terms of the the rights and freedom of gay and lesbian people in Brazil. And now things feel like it's getting worse. Yeah. Exactly. Is both on auto and the new kind of renewed anti-gay climate in Brazil is it is it affecting where you want to live in the future or or whether you're going to have kids. Yes, we playing to living orca go you're moving to Portugal. Yeah. Language, the same in is not Brazil. Did you decide to move to Portugal after Belson auto was elected? We were thinking about the now is almost affect. We know how things can get changed here in. We are planning to do this. I've been speaking to aleni full gal. She and curling sonata got married there. Among many gay couples in Brazil who rushed to the altar before Bolsonaro took office today. The new Brazilian president has promised to end gay marriage in the country. Thank you both in best of luck. Thank you, very much was a pleasure. Thank you so much..

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