19 Burst results for "Emeli"

Militia Leader Gets 53 Years in Minnesota Mosque Bombing

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 9 months ago

Militia Leader Gets 53 Years in Minnesota Mosque Bombing

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a militia leader gets fifty three years in prison in a Minnesota mosque bombing Emeli clear Harry the leader of an Illinois anti government militia group was sentenced Monday to fifty three years in prison for masterminding the twenty seventeen bombing of a mosque in Bloomington Minnesota the fifty year old Harry previously known as Michael Hary recently said she is trans gender no one was hurt in the bombing but more than a dozen members of the dar al Farooq Islamic center community gave impact statements about the trauma they suffered Harry a former sheriff's deputy who led a group called the white rabbits was convicted in December on five counts hi Mike Crossey up

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"emeli" Discussed on The Lemar Show

The Lemar Show

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"emeli" Discussed on The Lemar Show

"The direction can be lost because if the direction is coming from the band, yeah. Yeah, it's fine wage. Directions, for the person in office. Yeah. Yeah then what is the second sir? Yeah, exactly. They doctor don't know how they got the first one. So what's exactly what they don't think little did they know as well that they are five girls that had an opinion at a voice? Yeah. I'm willing to learn and wanted to write and we're writers but I didn't have time for that. We ain't got time for you to get in and learn I know for a lot of girl bands. It's here's the songs. It's a singer. It was exactly that and one of us would be like, I despise it. The other would be like, I love this song and then the other one would be like, I'm not singing on that and then the other one would be like, I've not got any vocals on there. So it's like even in the band so it will rapturous know I'd always up his doesn't it? Yeah, like some beautiful person. Yes. I'm handsome dude, whatever it is. Yeah, just in the corner the thing we thought we all could sing and we was all willing to learn and wanted to write but they just didn't have time. So there was like, right we've got to do this girl's you go in with I think Emeli Sande wrote some of our staff wage. Alan Sampson who writes for like Zayn Malik every Sunday before Emeli Sande became Emeli Sande or Emeli Sande for you just before yeah, right. So she what she was just missed the boiler home sometimes, you know, sometimes once a writer has a hit with someone then they just put them on everything as if right about one song means that they everything that you right now is I've never really quite understood that yeah, Have a good day on the street or batch day. It doesn't you know, know what you're right it was around the time as well that she was bubbling cuz she had like a song with chipmunk at the time where she was on the hook, but wasn't in the video that went to number one. Yeah. She started writing for us. We loved Emily wrote for him as well. She's absolutely incredible. But I just feel like a job in that girl band was to get up were, we were told to 8 baby food. So we all lost weight. Oh wait. No I'm being serious State celebrities. Which baby food so that you lose weight? Yeah, so that we just looked tiny are this was in 2011 as well. I know I want to know when you walk. Yeah, eighteen, whatever. Yeah. So this was a this couple of years on this must be twenty. I'm twenty now. It's funny was all tiny girls. So it was we was I push to just look good girls and that's it and just perform I'm saying all of this by the way, I was signed to Atlantic Records. They were amazing. They were like home radio team incredible Atlantic Records like our management incredible. We was in music at the time. It was so fast-paced. We're manufactured so just Shush get on stage and I'll be happy exactly in a dream. Ye. Yeah. Yeah totally but I always felt thankful to be in that position. You got think as well this i&r it was Ben cook it timely twice a month. So he saw me at Ministry of Sound then he signed and Atlantic Records. So that was a second time but everything surrounding it was a little bit mad..

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"emeli" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"emeli" Discussed on KCRW

"Moratoriums are now expiring in parts of the country and some courts are now using zoom calls to hold remote fiction hearings for people late on their rent NPR's Chris Arnold reports and a vision hearing in Collin county Texas this week was like many other zoom calls full of first timers audio problems general confusion could have trainees receive respected galaxy in Rome that's the judge who's trying to figure out who's who with a bunch of different people on the call I'm sorry I was talking can you hear me now hello wave your hand yes it would be almost kind of funny except that what's at stake here is not renters are in this soon hearing with landlords who want to evict them renters like Dino Brock's oops re reason why your rep yes Sir my company closed due to the pandemic and you have to have a letter from your employer to prove that you were affected by the corona and I was getting the run around I haven't been able to get unemployment or anything the judge said since Brooks lives within the city of Dallas he wanted to review the current rules and evictions there so her case got moved in next week her landlord declined to comment we followed up with the abrupt after the hearing she's a navy veteran and she says she has a heart condition and it she says she has no friends or family that you can move in with and I'm scared now grow everything I have outside on the street I'm gonna start crying it's a nightmare that nobody wants to go through and a lot of times people don't know what their rights are renters may have protections right now but the rules are complicated and differ from state to county the city and in this room call hearing at people who did not dial in and their landlord did it they were just out a lock I'm gonna go for this one because I don't have it here and just tell me thank you have a default judgment position background and for default judgment that basically means you didn't show up we're giving your landlord the right to evict you that happened a five people in just this one a zoom call hearing now for some people doing the zoom call might be easier than getting to the court house but some legal experts say that for other people this could deny their right to due process which includes the right to be heard what if somebody doesn't have a decent smart phone or computer or online access the elderly can have trouble connecting on video calls Emeli Benford's a professor at Columbia Law School a missed call or not being able to log into remote hearing is the equivalent of failing to appear remote hearings may not only be the loss of basic rights they could also be the difference between housing and homeless miss Deena Brooks the navy vet and Dallas is worried herself about not having a home I have nowhere to go but I feel like very depressed rest out and I did I don't know what to do so these soon call hearings are happening because it's not safe enough to gather in court but apparently it's okay for people to be put out in the street in the midst of a pandemic okay that's cool it's a cruel situation Matthew Desmond heads at Princeton university's eviction lab today is announcing a new tracking system to monitor what's happening omits the pandemic and already with some moratoriums expiring he says eviction filings are rising in Milwaukee for example the kids are out thirty eight percent last week from where they should be on a typical week in June in Milwaukee with millions of Americans still out of work due to code red at me says even actions it should not be the answer here some landlord groups agree policy now is a vice president with the national multifamily housing council we should be working to help those who have been impacted by club in nineteen through robust government assistance like she says an emergency plan from Congress for renters and landlords meanwhile the zoom eviction hearings continue but law professor Emily band for expects that legal

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Zoom Call Eviction Hearings: 'They'll Throw Everything I Have Out On The Street'

All Things Considered

04:07 min | 2 years ago

Zoom Call Eviction Hearings: 'They'll Throw Everything I Have Out On The Street'

"Moratoriums are now expiring in parts of the country and some courts are now using zoom calls to hold remote fiction hearings for people late on their rent NPR's Chris Arnold reports and a vision hearing in Collin county Texas this week was like many other zoom calls full of first timers audio problems general confusion could have trainees receive respected galaxy in Rome that's the judge who's trying to figure out who's who with a bunch of different people on the call I'm sorry I was talking can you hear me now hello wave your hand yes it would be almost kind of funny except that what's at stake here is not renters are in this soon hearing with landlords who want to evict them renters like Dino Brock's oops re reason why your rep yes Sir my company closed due to the pandemic and you have to have a letter from your employer to prove that you were affected by the corona and I was getting the run around I haven't been able to get unemployment or anything the judge said since Brooks lives within the city of Dallas he wanted to review the current rules and evictions there so her case got moved in next week her landlord declined to comment we followed up with the abrupt after the hearing she's a navy veteran and she says she has a heart condition and it she says she has no friends or family that you can move in with and I'm scared now grow everything I have outside on the street I'm gonna start crying it's a nightmare that nobody wants to go through and a lot of times people don't know what their rights are renters may have protections right now but the rules are complicated and differ from state to county the city and in this room call hearing at people who did not dial in and their landlord did it they were just out a lock I'm gonna go for this one because I don't have it here and just tell me thank you have a default judgment position background and for default judgment that basically means you didn't show up we're giving your landlord the right to evict you that happened a five people in just this one a zoom call hearing now for some people doing the zoom call might be easier than getting to the court house but some legal experts say that for other people this could deny their right to due process which includes the right to be heard what if somebody doesn't have a decent smart phone or computer or online access the elderly can have trouble connecting on video calls Emeli Benford's a professor at Columbia Law School a missed call or not being able to log into remote hearing is the equivalent of failing to appear remote hearings may not only be the loss of basic rights they could also be the difference between housing and homeless miss Deena Brooks the navy vet and Dallas is worried herself about not having a home I have nowhere to go but I feel like very depressed rest out and I did I don't know what to do so these soon call hearings are happening because it's not safe enough to gather in court but apparently it's okay for people to be put out in the street in the midst of a pandemic okay that's cool it's a cruel situation Matthew Desmond heads at Princeton university's eviction lab today is announcing a new tracking system to monitor what's happening omits the pandemic and already with some moratoriums expiring he says eviction filings are rising in Milwaukee for example the kids are out thirty eight percent last week from where they should be on a typical week in June in Milwaukee with millions of Americans still out of work due to code red at me says even actions it should not be the answer here some landlord groups agree policy now is a vice president with the national multifamily housing council we should be working to help those who have been impacted by club in nineteen through robust government assistance like she says an emergency plan from Congress for renters and landlords meanwhile the zoom eviction hearings continue but law professor Emily band for expects that legal

"emeli" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

09:32 min | 2 years ago

"emeli" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Talk radio six eighty WCBS worldwide welcome back to the boat now so a lot of talk radio WCBS if you are just joining us just joining us call us source because there are others that there's a if you're just joining us we have chef Nancy long ago in the house she is here in Nancy's been such a part of this community and has given back is all you know Nancy and don't you dare say Beth think about are out there someone to track it down and and beach where they had a lettuce or something Emeli marks about beating with land outside the I'll just whip up or something like that would let me come on I'm not a violent person by nature anyway but you just can't say anything bad about Nancy she leads with her heart and I talk about this too so often that let's listen to me we've got some really bright folks bright folks educated people I like to call them for all the best schools in the world of my son goes to one of those schools and I'm an educated guy got a formal education don't leave their heart people leave with their heart because what we're leading with the brain has gotten us we're more divisive or this and that we got people about Harvard Princeton Yale brown and all these kind of different places Nancy got leave the heart that's what you do by Fran it's leading with the heart how can I make a difference I talk on the show about servant leadership and Nancy Longo in bodies servant leadership she she puts our money where our mouth is and she's out there she's taking care of people sometimes I would say those of us are leverage your own denture and I think you you're right sometimes not taking care of yourself hi Jim sometimes I've been yelled at Chris my staff right around me out the door exactly get out well actually I said you join me over at Cooper's for Hamburg yes out on this yeah just to get you out of there because if you don't take care yourself all you have to you got I've got on this kick now I've been I've been using these things like all natural organic and I've never been you know but I dislike you know we're worth it and I'm tired of putting all of these fillers and all these process things in our view could present that is chef I mean impulses we read you and I have a couple other friends of mine I won't mention names anyway who have health issues and and can't come out of the house too because they also have issues with compromised immune system and and I've been making meals for people in the last week or so that have issues with salt and sugar and things like that because that's another thing that is a chef you know we all learn to do those things so we're doing that too we're making meals for people to try it people said I think that all the restaurants are downtown like cranking on a carrier through honey we're not talking my neighbors restaurants of stopped they said they're doing fifteen hundred dollars a week so you know I know you all have issues with your downtown but please don't show some love but we're we're willing to even make your private meals what I'm gonna I'm gonna put it out there you I'm not going to Paris you but tell us about tell our listeners about what you do for some last minute kind of thing but people suffering some maybe cancers where you do something very special I don't know about several years ago I I was a private chef for someone that they're not that was a long time ago but since I was a provision for someone that was terminally ill and then my mom became sick and before she passed away I was making meals for her she couldn't even get up off that your dad had I'm just right crunch out at my house and I have such deep feelings for people who have food issues yes so I started this thing called nurture meals and people donated money nurture meals okay so what they do is you call us and you say I have a person that I have a friend or someone who's in hospice and we send a mail to the family and no charge to them because they're going through a really hard time and or some of the just got out of hospital and it's all random you just called the angels have already given me the money and we make it happen and we delivered as far as Philadelphia really yeah yeah so we we you know we do this when someone calls and asks what I what I want to repeat this because we got winds of more we've got Katrina therapy we got people wanes into Texas but I wanna make sure people hear this nurture meals if you're watching me on Facebook live your folks I'm sorry if you listen to me were running two shows here but I want to make sure that people here are what shift longer was doing it's called nurture meal so if you've got someone out there who's suffering whether it's a sickness or in your particular ailment or something like that and Nancy this is what I love about small business I thought about what you're saying this you know I've reached out to some bigger groups around here local but bigger groups that have that have departments and all this kind of stuff about sponsoring the show and what they say to me is let me refer you to the marketing part when there's a great guy I'm not gonna mention them and and I know I mean he's the he's the big kahuna but he said you could talk to the marketing part and then they want to bring in their people that buy ad space and all their this and that's like off come okay cannot find somebody to just say yes or no and that's what you just said to me what you said if somebody calls and says uncle Joe was really suffering from something and his last meal what would be your smoke crab cakes yeah well my my husband had a an uncle's it was it was in Arizona and he was dying he wanted he wanted some crab soup and he just he said to me Nancy and I was broken down by this man we share the same birthday we were related to the other with the same birthday was really cool so I found a way to froze it freeze it and put it in a container I shipped it out there it got the frost is a got to him and he was so excited that he got crab soup he died you know several weeks later but while he was just like last wish but he was out there in Arizona he needed something from Maryland so I'm really keen on that I think it's a really great sought for chef because I think the initiative is much more than just you know banging your chest and say I make beautiful so I make pretty food I I couldn't get a James beard award or whatever yeah I did get nominated that I lost to Paul Newman one year for the for the most charitable chef in America yes yes nineteen ninety five now okay it also follows I want to have you back because you've you've you've hung out with some Anthony Bourdain yes I did work with him right after you hung out with Paul Prudhomme yep five saying that ramp Julia child there's a picture of you and your folks got a rock star here I think we're gonna rock star have an anti could tell some stories and she's gonna write that book but you know for me and and we're friends so you know my personal story in the tragedy when Jack died I mean I've gained a tremendous amount of weight and and part of it I love food I love food there's only one thing I've realized that's my at all it is always yours I can't the whole slurping thing the concept of slipping just discuss I'm sorry fried oysters I've had some great producers but food and you said it comforted me I am a comfort food and that's food Nancy is the center of our lives every word of people hang out we go to somebody's house kitchen kitchen kitchen yeah it brings us together brings community together right and that's all that's all about for you I know how it is yeah it surely is and and and that's the thing the thing is I feel like I can hear almost anyone with some food yeah yeah well this is the story that you just talked about their you know I mean what it did for that person and folks it might sound so simplistic but you know there's a lot that goes with that so whether it's a crab soup or a smoke crab cake or Nancy this is wonderful and the pasta salad antipasto yes it's about salad that I you know my kids are like the olives and so it's like all mine comes right over to someone but she knows that she'll send that was true I'm I'm telling you this this is a woman as a person who remembers what you like and she remembers how you like it because food is that gateway into the heart amazing that's why I mean for me and I look at the industry's Nancy that I like and and you know because I'm always I'm always promoting my small business friends because it's it's it's it's social it's horrible it's all of those things so that's tough for people in the restaurant business right now because they can't you guys gonna be tied together but a former depression has shot in yeah because you can't do by nature what it is if you love you love to do we're gonna take a break I apologize I wore Nancy the show's gonna fly by we are going to talk about I. anti the Associated arms closing after one hundred and seventy six years **** in nineteen 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C. B. and my friends we will be back in just a little bit we shifted to log this W. CBM traffic check is sponsored by stop the spread of coronavirus we're still dealing with some crash activity along king street north eastern Avenue and bank street and also in the city pressure to be continuous park heights Avenue with Wiley Avenue never traveling through parts built we've got lanes blocked along pairing parkway for crash working at honey hill Avenue now on the eastbound side of I. seventy still a bit of an issue here protein the off ramps for the belt like the left offramp to the funeral of Baltimore beltway is locked with a Jack knife tractor trailer this incident also making it a little difficult to get to the outer loop ramp you can't see it sometimes you can't feel it but it's killing people the corona virus pandemic is deadly serious do your part to stop the spread wash your hands often stay home if you must go out of your face and say at least six feet away from others follow your state's guidelines for the health and safety of everyone hi Danielle Devereaux for talk radio six eighty WCBS are you looking for ways to increase your sales motivate your team improve.

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"emeli" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"emeli" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The San Francisco the way I north highland Sacramento ten o'clock Michael Krasny coming up next on our special snowflake conversation on the corona virus California state board of education president Linda Darling Hammond oversees the largest K. twelve school system in the nation join us to explain how the board is helping school districts navigate distance learning that at ten thirty California Surgeon General Dr Nadine Burke Harris choices she's known for her groundbreaking work on the health effects of toxic stress and has a pandemic weakens our social support systems and causes widespread anxiety in adults and kids alike we'll talk to her about how to stay mentally and physically healthy join us after this news live from NPR news in Washington I'm Louise Schiavone the formal primary battle for the democratic presidential nomination is all but over former vice president Joe Biden is now the presumptive democratic nominee senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont today folded his tech making his decision first known in an announcement on a campaign staff call NPR's asthma color reports Sanders made the announcement during a staff call this morning and it comes as the coronavirus has grounded most campaigning for weeks at one point in this presidential race it seems possible the Vermont senator it could become the nominee he was the front runner in a crowded pack of democratic candidates but as the race with no down to a two man competition Sanders struggled to broaden his base while biting consolidated his support and had dominating wins throughout the month of March still the self described democratic socialist push the Democratic Party to the left Sanders encouraged it to debate a wide range of issues such as Medicare for all and free college a small college NPR news the corona virus task force is investigating the fact that the virus has been especially tough on minority populations NPR's Nell Greenfieldboyce has details members of the corona virus task force say it probably comes down to medical conditions that disproportionately affect African Americans we note that there are medical conditions that lead to bad outcomes when people get this virus here's how Anthony Fauci put it last night when they do get infected their underlying medical conditions the diabetes hypertension yes those are the kind of things that wind them up in the ICU and ultimately give them higher death rate NPR's Nell Greenfieldboyce reporting many more Americans were late on their rent for this month is the pandemic put millions of people out of work NPR's Chris Arnold reports normally about eighty percent of people pay their rent on time but this month only seventy percent debt that's according to Doug baby the CEO of the national multi for Emeli housing council and he says it next month could be much worse if a lot of renters don't get government assistance in time if that happens he's worried about smaller and midsize rental property owners they won't be able to pay their staffs they won't be able to pay their mortgages they won't be able to pay their utilities if the apartment owner has to shut down a fifty unit building those people have to find shelter somewhere else his group wants a government plan to help renters and landlords specific wave one idea federal rental vouchers it sent to people which they could use to pay their landlords Chris Arnold NPR news governor Andrew Cuomo is ordering new York's flags to be flown at half mast in honor of those who have died in the pandemic he says the virus has killed six thousand two hundred and sixty eight people so far in the state of New York on Wall Street a positive day that down now over the twenty three thousand mark up five hundred and seventy points this is NPR live from KQED news I'm Ted Goldberg San Francisco supervisors have passed an emergency ordinance requiring large companies give all their employees fourteen days of paid sick leave if they've been affected by covert nineteen key committees Kate wolf has the story a federal law passed in March required small and mid size companies to give workers two weeks of paid time off if they needed to care for themselves or others because of the corona virus however large companies with more than five hundred employees were exempted San Francisco supervisor Gordon.

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"emeli" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"emeli" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Way the ad in the newspaper ad and of course Gracie clipped the coupon I known to George yeah did you ever have your family thank Emeli history sure you can tell maybe there was somebody in your family who am I to do something thanks kids why I told about my uncle John yeah but I mean really payment and was known as the Clarets book in Philadelphia what sure what's all this sudden interest in my family I think it's got something alive should now are you all about my family before we got married marriage anyway some of the bands that might've been payment that's all like navy are descended from Robert Burns one of America's greatest Reggie you mean the fellow road coming through the rye yeah he was Scotch I never can remember whether he was the one who brought about by ordinary component K. well Robert Burns was a panda tele and I'm going into the library is more I can't right yeah I was going to a concert tonight with the fellas you know how we all love good music and yeah hi the last time you went to a concert with the bike I found the ticket in your pocket the next day hello it did not meet let the violin cancel yeah when she just kind of walked around we know from now on one of those cuts it out of his lap of the ball up the runway and hate you luxury I don't care anything about the show I just go to watch Paul white man he gets such a kick out of that well can I go when he Sadia don't drop many ashes on the blog hi Shane good morning and good morning Mister burns is a letter for you simple are each day isn't it same as every other day Mrs burns just bursting with health he's only years but anyone who exercises regularly can become the same physical specimen I am I think it's from genealogically really that's a coincidence because I sent away and have them look up my family tree to get you in the only thing I know about my ancestors is that they came from Wales thank you for bringing hello Mrs burns usually such funny things I just have to laugh.

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"emeli" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"emeli" Discussed on WTRH

"Tell that that would be one way to I have a lot of them and we definitely always seeking pitch to them are you a Christian god fearing Emeli R. with both mother and father Mary all of those things that legal and believe that you know that our goal I go to church that loves the lord that yeah so that that is something that we this guy and I think my husband felt more comfortable wearing it for and for that correction and then I do right now okay so option one is basically allow another family a Christian family to have either one or both of the embryos and let that be a part of their family of where life continues on within this other family or the other option would be quite you would be far more you're leaning more toward do you want to go in and express it would be having a visit one or both of them I I would be open to both and and my husband had passed one eight you know what is it that makes a I want to do that because he felt that right now our hands are full with one and he feels that she feel complete and he feels that she would be a little overwhelmed there were more than one child that he he's not completely close the door on my my feelings and thoughts on that and he does expressed to me that he wants me have a happy and not far full because I've expressed that I don't know if I would constantly work back and he but like a gaping hole missing our other children and wanting them to be raised in our home and and he said he does not want me to go through that but at the same token he doesn't feel like it would be it felt like it would be market struggle to grow our family and what size family did he grow up in he grew up in a very small family I grew up in a large family and that is something that is Mary Alice Brandon belt both of our lives because I have always been around a large family extending to heaven of siblings how many siblings do you have three three okay yeah and I had the same there were four of us so I understand it and so until he had did he have one are.

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"emeli" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"emeli" Discussed on KOMO

"New numbers from the Washington state department of health show at least eighty three deaths blamed on the corona virus the bulk of those deaths sixty seven are reported in hard hit king county Snohomish county also reports a new culvert nineteen death today statewide more than fifteen hundred coronavirus cases are now reported governor Jay Inslee held a press conference this afternoon urge Washingtonians to follow his emergency orders about large group gatherings said he's not ready to issue a stay at home order like California New York Illinois have done but he could change his mind at any time it is not rhetorical or hyperbolic when I see that everyone needs to change their behavior change the way we live temporarily if we are going to prevent significant loss of life for the people we love in the state of Washington in the press conference announced new protections for vulnerable employees Inslee also said much needed protective medical gear such as masks could be sent here by the federal government as early as this weekend more employees are back to work at life care center of Kirkland the call was Ryan Harris tells us the concern now at Washington's first cove it nineteen hot spot is not enough protective gear the worry about personal protective equipment or PPE comes from life care supplier which spokesman Tim Killian says originally gave them what he called a two week warning it could be some combination of we don't have enough shields but we have enough masks so we don't have enough masks but we have enough shields or we don't have enough other coverings that our nurses are now using and there's not even a set date on that meanwhile families of the forty three residents say they're not only still coming up far short in communication with life care administrators but some say they're being blocked from bringing in outside doctors they also say they've reached out to the Washington ombudsman which offered to facilitate a talk between fan Emeli sand life care and they haven't heard back of the thirty three life care patients who've died since mid February twenty nine of those tested positive for corona virus too negative and too we might never know in Kirkland Ryan Harris homeowners companies time eleven thirty four como traffic every ten minutes on the floor is yours Mike Conklin in Pierce county I. five northbound near Thorne lane we have some overnight road work and in some bridge construction both directions near it main traffic Avenue that closed in both directions with some detours in place joint base Lewis McCord road work I. five northbound near the main gate Washington state ferries operate with limited service starting Monday and ferry runs to Canada are suspended and the Canadian border closed to all but essential passage I'm Mike Conklin como twenty four seven traffic and now you're koliko roof forecast with Abby Oconee hope you enjoyed our glorious and beautiful blue skies and sunshine today were anticipating more of the same tomorrow but first we have to get through our rather grey and gloomy skies and a few neighborhoods tomorrow morning I do think we could be dealing with the development of some fog even freezing fog a possibility for the sound sound in these areas be on the lookout for some slick spots especially on bridges and overpasses better visibility by noon mostly sunny skies thereafter with highs upper fifties low sixties I'm meteorologist Abby accounting this R. forty five degrees in Seattle ridership on transit's down dramatically.

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"emeli" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"emeli" Discussed on KCRW

"The man accused of attacking five people a rabbi's home in New York will face federal hate crimes charges I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm Noah will king the man's family says he's mentally ill and has no history of anti semitism the former chairman of Nissan has what Japan where he was facing a very public criminal trial and in West Virginia more than thirty prison guard trainees were fired after they took a picture that appears to show them giving the **** salute it's Tuesday December thirty first gymnast Gabby Douglas is twenty four years old today in the news is next live from NPR news in Washington nine Dale Willman protests continue at the US embassy in Baghdad supporters of a Shia militia group the US military targeted in air strikes on Sunday reportedly have stormed a part of the compound NPR's llama Lorian has more testers were caring what they said were coffins of some of the fighters who died in the U. S. airstrikes against the cat type Hezbollah militia the March near government buildings and then to the U. S. embassy compound protesters lit fires to show their anger and chanted America leave leave the roads on embassy walls closed by the order of the people security forces reportedly fired tear gas to disperse the crowd they're angry about the twenty four people from the cat type has below group killed on Sunday the US says this was a retaliation attack after accusing the group of killing an American contractor in Iraq but the group denied involvement lemon out again NPR news Beirut former Renault Nissan C. E. O. Carlos Ghosn says he fled house arrest in Japan to escape it on just in rig system and peers Eleanor Beardsley reports that gone slip past Japanese authorities arriving in his native Lebanon by private plane late Monday night in a statement Tuesday gone said he had not fled justice but had escaped injustice and political persecution in a country that had denied him basic human rights gone was arrested in November two thousand eighteen and charged with financial misconduct at the world's largest carmaker he's been in prison for much of the past year but was out on nine million dollars bail and under house arrest when he fled the details of Goan surprise escape are not yet known but this story is at the top of the news in France where the once revered automotive CEOs spent much of his time Eleanor Beardsley NPR news Paris wildfires across Australia have blackened tens of thousands of acres and they're threatening some of the country's cities as well an evacuation effort is being planned for residents of the town of Malibu to some for a thousand people have left their homes and move to the waterfront of the town located in the country's southeastern region at least two people have died there so far someone's legislatures passed an anti infiltration bill and the Chinese political influence on the island and peers Emily Fang reports that the new law comes less than two weeks before Taiwan holds landmark presidential and parliamentary elections the bill's passage comes after years of effort mostly from Taiwan's ruling DPP party to control Beijing's influence China sees Taiwan as part of its territory hopes one day to annex island present time when he was a DPP member had made passing the bill a priority in recent weeks but the opposition KMT party criticize the law as a quote political tool to muscle descent that's employers Emeli font family Fang it was a short day of trading on Hong Kong's hang sang index where stocks finished the day down by half a percent the Shanghai composite meanwhile gained three tenths of a percent trading on Wall Street opens in just about twenty five minutes this is NPR good morning I'm very happy new years eve two year from the date of the net foundation news from here at KCRW on cherry Glazer more than fifty thousand people are expected to pour into downtown Los Angeles today to ring in the new year and the new decade a free public party is being held at grand park featuring musical acts dancers and the three D. light show it's a place where you can really feel such a part of a moment in Los Angeles that's Julia diamond she's director of grand park she told KTLA that the annual new year's eve bash has grown quite a bit since it first started in twenty thirteen the very first year we showed the new year countdown we projected on a different building and we've got a lot of people would go home at nine o'clock and no one went home and we got a lot of feedback from people saying Hey this is LA we want our own.

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"emeli" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"emeli" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Coming up in a few moments are we can advance feature with Tampa Bay times entertainment events reporter Sharon win a Texas woman says a potential employer shared an Instagram photo ever in a bikini to shame her in a PSA about professionalism and job applications Emeli clone was twenty four of Austin told the daily dot that she recently applied for a marketing coordinator position at a local business start up kickass masterminds. she said she was drawn to the agency because it was founded by women and it seemed to support women in business shortly after submitting your application a company representative contacted her to say the firm wanted to proceed with the application process she says she followed the company's Instagram page per the suggestion in the employee thinking it would help boost her chances of landing the gig the company then took a screen shot of one of her photos from June in which she's wearing a red two piece bathing suit and shared it on their official Instagram stories. the screen shot cropped off close face but featured her bikini clad body visible from the shoulders down. the caption said quote PSA because I know some of you applicants are looking at this do not share your social media with a potential employer if this is the kind of content on it I'm looking for a professional marketer not a bikini model. go on with your bad self and do whatever in private but this is not doing you any favors and finding a professional job close said she contacted the company multiple times an asset to remove the photo before being blocked after the third request since club posted about the incident on Twitter kickass masterminds appears to have taken down its website and social media accounts now we're looking AT picture here. it's it's a normal bikini shot there's not anything scandalous about it right it's it's letter it's a pretty normal biggies dot and waited sexy was gonna look on his face you think that's a scandalous bikini shot half of the bottom part of her breasts are hanging out together that's in style it's called under roof feeling I'm. wonder blue yes it's in style right now okay let let me pull up somebody. we all know and love your excel. luggage which pictures more scandalous that one or this one of Morgan in the bombings..

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"emeli" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"emeli" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Coming up in a few moments are we can advance feature with Tampa Bay times entertainment events reporter Sharon win a Texas woman says a potential employer shared an Instagram photo over in a bikini to shame her in a PSA about professionalism and job applications Emeli clone was twenty four of Austin told the daily dot that she recently applied for a marketing coordinator position at a local business start up kickass masterminds. she said she was drawn to the agency because it was founded by women and it seemed to support women in business shortly after submitting your application a company representative contacted her to say the firm wanted to proceed with the application process she says she followed the company's Instagram page per the suggestion in the employee thinking it would help boost her chances of landing the gig the company then took a screen shot of one of her photos from June in which she's wearing a red two piece bathing suit and shared it on their official Instagram stories. the screen shot cropped off close face but featured her bikini clad body visible from the shoulders down. the caption said quote PSA because I know some of you applicants are looking at this do not share your social media with a potential employer if this is the kind of content on it I'm looking for a professional marketer not a bikini model. go on with your bad self and do whatever in private but this is not doing you any favors and finding a professional job close said she contacted the company multiple times an asset to remove the photo before being blocked after the third request since club posted about the incident on Twitter kickass masterminds appears to have taken down its website and social media accounts now we're looking AT picture here. it's it's a normal bikini shot there's not anything scandalous about it right it's it's letter it's a pretty normal biggies dot. sexy was gonna look on his face you think that's a scandalous bikini shot half of the bottom part of her breasts are hanging out together that's in style it's called under roof feeling I'm. wonder blue yes it's in style right now okay but let me pull up somebody. we all know and love your excel. which which pictures more scandalous that one or this one of Morgan in the bombings. I think this one's work. mom and I have I never seen that bikini type before well now I have that begins I've only answer him to you just have to scroll. that to go down and it's green it's green let me let me just let it was in the one year war and and Bahamas grow here. yes she's saying. Morgan's got that shot I'm I'm professional to it's fine. called kick **** man your mind a little and you know can they really be I probably was thinking then does the matter was a social media marketing position at a place called kick **** masterminds they're obviously not that concerned with it's it's a shot of her in improper at a poll right like in pasties are. I don't know somebody was if it was if I was applying for like a law firm more finds a plane to be an elementary school teacher I would either not posted or keep my social media prize at the state attorney's office would this be allowed a picture like this this bikini shot it would be questionable they want yeah. that's a good thing your can ready I am now although your bikini shots from the Bahamas they were questionable enough to keep you off of the week in review. I see wow but I was basically the same discrimination that this girl is. but I I will say this I think in Morgan's under blue bikini shot. I think there are a lot better than that the other person and now I'm just looking at all when you first see that would be a me too. I'm just saying. I mean I really I did think about what I've posted before it like bikini break all right when I did beauty pageants I used to and when I cheered for the lightning even they were a little like worried about what you could and could not. not hang on Morgan my god why it. all rights. take a look at that no I saw just saw that I Vega filling in on AM Tampa Bay cheated on you with.

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"emeli" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

12:04 min | 2 years ago

"emeli" Discussed on WJR 760

"Well now that's what they're doing in downtown Detroit and if I'm not mistaken this would be the eighteenth annual edition of the not the tour de France but the tour de trite spelled D. E. and then T. R. O. I. T. as we find out how all this began and what will be included in this tour of the Detroit area we'll check in with the director momentarily but I believe it was a couple a mom I couple of months maybe a couple years ago Emily Gail is that that you were the I don't know if it was the grand marshal or not of this tour to trade the welcome back to Detroit you know you keep saying you're living at home why I think you're here more now in Detroit since you moved away what was it that back at twenty twenty five years or so ago to who what it seems like you spend more time here than you do well we live in Hawaii Emily. well I love you you tried I always say that you trade in warm weather particularly for me as everybody is nice is Hawaii and this morning sitting under the full moon you've been talking about all morning over at the train station where the toward the twice starts is just a beautiful setting again be a wonderful day for everybody yeah and then how often do you come back your here we had you in the studio for the fourth of July Coney Island eating contest. well I come back I'm hearing you were six then I went home for a few weeks and took care of some things and then back again this is where my work life is now a lot of the Japanese in Detroit night I couldn't be more pleased and have more gratitude that I'm able to lead by like that could destroy this wonderful do you ever reminisce and stop by the corner of Shelby and Congress we had that ice cream store. well all the time because the I can't help but I just walk by there when I'm going to the very foundation gel war I'm doing an awful lot of created and collaborating with them and the charges are because you have so yeah that's my neighborhood again that's where I spend an awful lot of my time with my work and I love it yeah the the old fire station in it who came up with the slogan remember in union I've talked about this for years and years and years when we were going through some tough times in the nineteen eighties I think it was we were called the murder capital of the world and you decided to fight some planes down where I don't know some of the snowbirds from the Detroit error elsewhere might be on the beaches of Florida and fly that sign that said now say nice things about Detroit did it take you a long time or a take a group of you or you and and. yep let's forget about put did take you how long did it take you to come up with that slogan that saying. well I like you're gonna say let's come up with the slogan I actually think it came out of her mouth yeah both of the standard on collaborating as but there is a I've learned that there's a deeper has to do that but what the banners dad was Heidi Troyer's enjoyed Laura say nice things about Detroit Emily. and that's all we were thank you say to people everywhere was wherever you live work or play if you had a good experience you try and really it was at the point of survival for us we were small businesspeople destroyed like so many you know there's always small businesspeople in the story and we were just trying to get people to come into the city get out of their offices get out there on the street walking from your store and all that the store is the word out now so it can turn really is to say expressing the people come on down have the fun that we signed in Detroit and then there that with your friends all right well I'm gonna have you share with our listeners your memories of this biking event but we do have now the director of the tour de **** as Emily Gail says it Victoria could you you could your ski is is that how we should be pronouncing this event that's beginning later this morning the tour de ****. thirty five and yeah my name is Victoria he Nancy and director of the tortoise flat. and you can call it forty two right either one what a it's eighteen years now how did it all begin and how many bikers assembled for the tour around the motor city. I we're expecting about four thousand today and it would be a great day it's going to be seventy and sunny. and what what when you started when you started in eighteen years ago how many bikers did you have are about fifty and I wasn't involved at that time I gentleman that still valid for us started at. eighteen years ago and then by the time it got to be about two hundred he handed it off to I'm the organizations what was the idea behind creating this event. it was really the highlight the city and just so okay how. easily acceptable it is bye bye and just to really enjoy being out on the road. on your bike what about the route itself how long is it and what areas of the city does it cover. I it's a twenty two mile route this week this year and we change the route from year to year and because the city is so large but we go through excel guardian Corktown southwest Detroit Palmer was Palmer park university district we're kind of along the north center part this year. what about the pace there might be some folks concerned of well they'll be folks may be being competitive in trying to go really fast over these twenty two miles but if you do that Victoria you're you're gonna miss the purpose of what this event is all about and that is to get up close and personal with the various communities in and around the Detroit area. true and it is not meant to be a race it is the ride and we have police protection along the way so they cannot go in front of the police officers and things like that it really is a controlled ride if riders want to go faster and longer we have a sixty two mile route available as well and they can do that at their own pace sixty two my heels where does that take you everywhere can you get a an Arbor it's a tour de trop though they you'd want to stay in and around the motor city though right now it's all throughout the teacher right it just goes through the normal route that we have and then are there on the east side and you know out to me here gentry park and it in in as I mentioned the Tory Emily gales on the line as well she's a former. Hey Greg. beautiful setting down your your organization that all the Hanson getting ready with the bagel the copies of this wonderful list above from an organizational standpoint what you put into this information I thank you Emelie you were the grand marshal a couple years ago with you and what what it may be a couple of dozen former to traders who came back to participate in what was your experience taking this tour on a bike Emily. well first of all was a wonderful way to wrap up the story homecoming week where we had a hall of the X. a whole bunch of acts that Kelly Mobarak ourselves out here we'll house destroyed by the bike force when they're doing that but people today I'm sure people are running right right from them but wonderful what an honor to be the grand marshal I think every level no by the toria I you know she did me a hug virtually all the time I have so much admiration for what you've done here and be a small part of the this is the wonderful honor for me but it probably didn't get to your your home town Emeli gale of grows the eagle. it did not go that far we had a wonderful route through the streets of Detroit over to Belle Isle I saw so many people as I always do that I know from my cash let someone you on that why this bike ride is so special so many riders will have never ridden a bike in Detroit this is a great introduction then you have experience writing ride the bike all the time. one. in the Tory did this everyone and you say four thousand bikers are gonna turn out this morning and this afternoon for this tour of the motor city do they get a map this someone tell them where to go how do you make sure they don't get lost make a wrong turn somewhere. I shall we have a map online but it's fully barricaded and like a credit lead right as Gordon and we have people at all the major intersections really very difficult to get locked on the drought and it all begins and ends at the Michigan central station there were the call the rows of of park. absolutely that's where it is and we are taking a registration still today until eight forty five AM what do you get for registering. I will you get a great bike ride improved at the end there's a party we have beer wine they go pop music we have a rest stop snacks from better made and it's a true teacher experience no doubt about that and you enjoyed it to be sure Emily because you you enjoy anything that's about to try and I put I posted a picture you'll take a look under warranty show Facebook page that shows you near the renaissance center on this this big wheeled bike that sometimes you would see the back I don't know in the eighteen nineties something like that do you remember that. absolutely a penny farthing we had a parked out front of the store and would occasionally jump on it once I learned how to write it and that would be great fun you know glorious back is a Kerry talked about the the party here it's a real celebration of the the the the doctor you know all the bikers everybody people sit around and picnic together in there it's a beautiful sight after the ride the ride is wonderful but the thousands of people sitting in Roswell park and picnicking and talking and meet each other and the music is fantastic all right starts at nine this morning in Victoria so our listeners better pack up the family and get down there before that and they can register and pay and participate in an event that I'm guessing I'll take what three or four hours to complete. I. and but I mean it's we have a long rest stop at home or car so like I said it's about three three and a half hours if you return back here by about noon all right well congratulations on the continuing success of this annual edition of the tour did what Victoria's the tour director Emily Gail is a big Detroit booster both of you have a great day today and enjoy the of what will be perfect weather for this event. thanks absolutely talk to you later as we head to the right now traffic center find out how the free weights and service priests are shaping up for your drive to maybe that event or somewhere else on this Saturday morning good morning were accident free like traffic volumes just keep in mind road construction ninety four eastbound between third oy and to warn Avenue and ninety four eastbound between twenty three mile and you haven't wrote road construction has reduced to one like there as well and later village area six ninety six servers drive west bound before sample road two lanes remain closed the right to due to road construction you will experience back up in the late within that area so if you choose an alternate route if you can't traffic use the backs up from Greenville I'm James Johnson WJR traffic and weather first brought to you by the in on Water Street in kitchen farmhouse bistro died at the inn kitchen farmhouse bistro downtown Marin.

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"emeli" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"emeli" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"I'm just because that you know you know we didn't call them hurricanes until I'm even know when the nineteen fifties early nineteen forties nineteen thirty eight there was a big storm called they they called the Long Island express that it was apparently the most severe storm the east coast is ever experienced with record setting winds and destruction in Jersey all the way up to Connecticut and beyond and and and if you go look at the the history of category five hurricanes nineteen twenty four there was a category five hurricane it was called Cuba nineteen twenty eight category five hurricane Philippe bay St fully paid to okay chubby nineteen thirty two Bahamas hurricane second one at nineteen thirty two another one in nineteen thirty three another one in nineteen thirty three that's a year following along there to category five to nineteen thirty two two category fives in nineteen thirty three another category five nineteen thirty five another in nineteen thirty eight then not until nineteen fifty three they probably thought that was gonna be the end of category five hurricane for awhile Natalie stupid people thought that. nineteen thirty eight to nineteen fifty three nineteen fifty five nineteen sixty one nineteen sixty one another a to nineteen sixty one when in nineteen sixty seven that was Beulah Camille in nineteen sixty nine Edith in nineteen seventy one I need a nineteen seventy seven can David in nineteen seventy nine you see the trend here so to say unprecedented is ridiculous and you look like an idiot I think it would be fair to say in again hurricane Alan nineteen eighty a hundred ninety mile an hour winds Gilbert nineteen eighty eight hundred and eighty five mile an hour winds and then they go on some of them you're heard of Gilbert Hugo Andrew Michie Isabel I've been Emeli country not read out Wilma dean Felix Matthew memory Michael and now Dorian that's the one we have right now now when you hear these people say that this is unprecedented you will know that they are one of two things comfortable lying or their foolish uninformed people who go around saying things about which they have no business speaking. they they they shouldn't be talking hot hot hot.

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"emeli" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"emeli" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Of Dorian as it approaches will be felt far beyond the state throughout Florida airport to securing equipment the military safeguarding planes to the Coast Guard they're strapping young boats but the big question for the millions who live here is what will happen on the state's major roads officials trying to avoid a repeat of some of the traffic nightmares that happened in the lead up to hurricane Irma A. B. C.'s Kaylee Hartung in Jacksonville Florida the president's canceled his weekend trip to Poland because of the hurricane the vice president's going instead the US space command is now officially part of the military president announcing the U. S. will be ready if necessary for an out of this world battlefield space com will defend America's vital interests in space the next war fighting no man your space command is an umbrella for a number of military space warfare operations similar to the U. S. cyber and strategic commands Andy field ABC news Washington in the largest study of its kind researchers say well they found evidence that genes contribute to same sex behavior there's no specific gene that makes people gay although not involved in the study vice president of twenty three in me Emeli Connelly says it's important not to twist the results possible that different forces on the right or the left could miss use this information in some way but I think that the data are self evident in in really you know showing us that sexual behavior is linked to genetics the study says it's practically impossible to predict a person's sexual behavior from their genome your listening to ABC news traffic and weather together every ten minutes hello Dana hello Dana yes hi as everybody so great yeah I got.

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"emeli" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"emeli" Discussed on WTVN

"Of Dorian as it approaches will be felt far beyond the state throughout Florida airport to securing equipment the military safeguarding planes to the Coast Guard they're strapping young boats but the big question for the million to live here is what will happen on the state's major roads officials trying to avoid a repeat of some of the traffic nightmares that happened in the lead up to hurricane Irma A. B. C.'s Kaylee Hartung in Jacksonville Florida the president's canceled his weekend trip to Poland because of the hurricane the vice president's going instead the US space command is now officially part of the military president announcing the U. S. will be ready if necessary for an out of this world battlefield space com will defend America's vital interests in space the next war fighting domain your space command is an umbrella for a number of military space warfare operations similar to the U. S. cyber and strategic commands Andy field ABC news Washington in the largest study of its kind researchers say well they found evidence that genes contribute to same sex behavior there's no specific gene that makes people gay although not involved in the study vice president of twenty three in me Emeli Connelly says it's important not to twist the results possible by different forces on the right or the left could miss useless information in some way but I think that the data are self evident in in really you know showing us that sexual behavior is linked to genetics the study says it's practically impossible to predict a person's sexual behavior from their genome your listening to ABC news the radio six ten WTVN Allison Williams a crash involving a coda bus this morning in the Lyndon area sent that bus crashing into an apartment building about a third of.

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"emeli" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"emeli" Discussed on AP News

"HIV a Florida man's been sentenced to ten years in prison the Pensacola news journal reports the twenty seven year old machine I keep bottom heard was previously convicted of having sex with two people without notifying them that he had HIV the virus that leads to aids one woman told Escambia county deputies in twenty seventeen she tested positive for HIV and last sexual partner had been bought offered by different later told investigators he had known he was HIV positive since September twenty sixteen instant divorce will be outlawed in India two years after the Supreme Court ruled that it violated the constitutional rights of Muslim women Indian lawmakers approved the bill on Tuesday most of the one hundred seventy million Muslims in India are SUNY is governed by the Muslim personal law for family matters the law has included allowing Muslim men to divorce their wives by saying the Arabic word for divorce three times in person by telephone text message or social media post more than twenty countries including neighboring Pakistan and Bangladesh have banned the practice the bill will become law after India's president approves that which is a formality restoring the government of Northern Ireland and finding a solution for the Irish border after brexit are two challenges faced by British prime minister Boris Johnson as he meets with political leaders a B. correspondent Charles de Ledesma reports on Johnson's latest stop on his tour throughout the U. K. Wilson on and has been without a functioning administration the two and a half years since the Catholic Protestant power sharing government collapsed with the rift soon widening to broader cultural and political issues Britain's new prime minister not hope to kickstart efforts to restore the Belfast government well the non into is key to securing but this apology from the E. U. both Britain and that you have promised still be no hall border after brexit but they disagree about how to avoid it Johnson says he expects brexit to come up in the Northern Ireland talks chose to live that's not I read a Foley with an AP news minute former vice president Joe Biden got into it last night during the democratic presidential candidates debate with Washington governor Jay Inslee the subject climate change with Biden eliminate Colin fracking operations to reduce carbon emissions will work it out we would make sure it's a limited and no more subsidies for either one of those either way any fossil fuel we we cannot work it out we cannot work this out the time is up our house is on fire we have to stop using hole in ten years we need a president to do it or will get done that's it off coal save this country on the planet the other Democrats on stage targeted by the last night but all ten candidates said the real opponent is president trump the debate was on CNN what did yours thank Democrat Emeli sand of all watch the debate in Denver I think we ran more people and more people like me when we're out there promoting optimistic hopeful vision for the American I'm read a full eight P. digital news back in a moment let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably most along ask if anybody noticed you mow the lawn tell people to stay off the lawn compare it to your.

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"emeli" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"emeli" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Conversations from Bloomberg television here's Emily Chang shocked investors by reporting a drop in U. S. customers and much slower growth overseas to decline raising fears at the same time is losing its momentum just as competitive compared to pounds the second quarter represents the biggest black eye for Netflix since twenty eleven to discuss we are joined by eMarketer analyst Eric had shot Eric what went wrong and can it looks for cover well thanks for having me Emeli of what went wrong well they raise prices in Q. two on US subscribers at the same time they had a fairly we contemplate so corny Netflix that's what caused the under him on a subscriber growth when you look at the contents lane Q. two it was very weak particularly when you compare to competitors like HBO who had their final season of game of thrones air which is culturally a big moment get back to growth at this current quarter and threw the rest here just as does the apple Warner all playing their own services well Netflix has a very strong contents late in Q. three Q. four so that's very good for them also helping them as well is that a lot of the people who you know left Netflix you know looking at numbers of the release both in their earnings what and when you can turn to the guidance it seems a lot of people that left Ron lower tier plans so they're not the people who are you know most engage with Netflix here more interviews like this one on Bloomberg television streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings market.

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"emeli" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"emeli" Discussed on KOMO

"Moving tropical depression that's expected to make landfall on Saturday near Lake Charles Louisiana and Twitter today announcing that they're tightening their hateful conduct rules the company saying that it's now removing all tweets the target specific religious groups Twitter set any previous tweets with offending language would be removed till but wouldn't because the users accounts to be suspended necessarily it's twelve forty six at komo news today there seems to be more support for legal abortion stands and then me anywhere but in the last two decades even as numerous states adopt restrictions and legal challenges continue to mount Washington post polling analyst Emeli Gaskin has taken a closer look at the numbers and spoke with Kamel's bill o'neill Emily tell us more about these numbers in the new Washington post ABC news poll so we found that sixty a sixty percent majority say abortion should be legal in all or most cases which is up from fifty five percent only last asked in twenty thirteen and the current rate ties the record high level of support from nineteen ninety five still thirty six percent say abortion should be legal and all or most cases which tied the record low yeah they're also doesn't seem to be as much qualifying as we've seen in the past such as rape or endangerment to to the woman is there will be just as dead simple do you think abortion should be legal in all cases legal in most cases a legal in most cases or legal in all cases question so we didn't get into differences among rape or incest or other issues like that but we did ask should be your state make it easier for women to have access to abortion harder or should it be left as it is now and a forty one percent plurality said it should be left as it is now with fewer thirty two percent saying it should be easier and even fewer twenty four percent saying it should be harder there is there any sense Emily and how this breaks down along political lines yeah we ask about people of different we as we broke it down a different parties and seventy seven percent of Democrats say that abortion should be legal in all in most cases fifty two percent of Republicans say it should be legal in all in most cases and independent sixty four percent of them say it should be legal and all or most cases so it was a simple question was there anything in the numbers that might suggest how we got to this point today because this was really a lot closer to fifty fifty for a long time yeah we looked at what changed since we last asked and it looks like that the movement was among Democrats who are more likely to say that abortion should be legal now than sad when we last asked in twenty thirteen ling analyst Emily Gaskin you can read more online and Washington post dot com Mezco most bill o'neil Iran has rejected calls to return to a nuclear deal as France tries to smooth over tensions it wrong says it will not reverse its decision to increase uranium enrichment the only limit set by the twenty fifteen U. K. a cold with world powers until it's James what he says is it's full rights under the deal which president Donald Trump abandoned loss here the official I all in a news agency quotes a senior security official is telling a French envoy decision to increase in Richmond is on changeable strategy the official then criticizes European countries for that lack of will in providing relief from U. S. sanctions phones and other countries have cooled on Iran to go back to complying with the nuclear deal I'm Charles de Ledesma illinois' governor barring a country rock bands performance at a state fair because it's using the Confederate flag in their shows A. B. C.'s Ryan burl reports Grammy nominated band Confederate railroad was supposed to perform August twenty.

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