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Tropical Storm Sally forecast to become hurricane as it targets New Orleans, gulf states

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Tropical Storm Sally forecast to become hurricane as it targets New Orleans, gulf states

"Is gaining strength this morning as it moves over the Gulf of Mexico. NPR's Amy held reports it's expected to hit the Gulf Coast is a Category two hurricane by Tuesday. Hurricane warning now extends from southeastern Louisiana into Mississippi, including New Orleans, prompting Mayor LaToya Cantrell to issue evacuation orders for parts of the city not protected by levees system is slowing down and potentially Building his strength. Everyone needs to take this very seriously. Eric Blake is with the National Hurricane Center and says Sally could bring up to 20 inches of rain and 100 mile per hour winds which could push massive amounts of seawater on shore Storm surge. We're talking 7 to 11 ft. Life threatening and extremely dangerous. Louisiana is once again under a state of emergency. After dealing with Hurricane Laura. Late last month, Amy held NPR news.

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U.S. National Hurricane Center says storm Marco has become a hurricane

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

U.S. National Hurricane Center says storm Marco has become a hurricane

"To tropical storms heading toward the US both coming hurricanes by the time they make landfall this week, Marco expected sometime tomorrow, Laura on Wednesday or Thursday. Eric Blake is a hurricane specialist for the National Hurricane Center. Florida right now centered over the western portion of the Dominican Republic back with 45 MPH. We started going to the west Northwest at 18 MPH. Tropical storm warnings are up for a good portion of Dominican Republic and Haiti, the southeastern Bahamas and most of Cuba. According to modern records. This would be the first time two hurricanes appear in the Gulf of Mexico simultaneously.

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Miami-Dade, Broward prepare more than 50 shelters ahead of Hurricane Isaias

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00:56 sec | 2 months ago

Miami-Dade, Broward prepare more than 50 shelters ahead of Hurricane Isaias

"Stronger. stronger. Hurricane Hurricane Esa Esa ius ius heads heads toward toward Florida Florida Hurricane Hurricane It is intensified a little more maximum winds up to 85 miles per hour. We expected to continue moving north Western and be approaching the southeastern coast of For later today into Sunday. Eric Blake of the National Hurricane Center says the state already feels the impact of the storm's outer bands. A hurricane warning remains up for the Atlantic coast from Boca Raton north to the evolution Brevard County Line. The storm has top winds of 85 miles an hour, and it's forecast keeps it along Florida through Monday, Broward and Miami Dade counties and more than 50 shelters ready, but Broward Mayor Dale Holness says he doesn't think they'll need them look out for each other. Let's take care of each other as we always do here in South Florida in Broward County. We're proud, strong. And again, we'll get this. Get through this together. He says that county parks, Port, Everglades and Bridges have closed.

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Tropical Storm Isaias Soaking Puerto Rico With Heavy Rain; Could Threaten Florida This Weekend

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Tropical Storm Isaias Soaking Puerto Rico With Heavy Rain; Could Threaten Florida This Weekend

"Tropical Storm Celia seems to be coming our way already bringing pounding rain and wind already hurricane battered Porto Rico in several other Caribbean island still rebuilding from Maria and other storms. Meteorologist Eric Blake, with the National Hurricane Center in Miami says really expected more Ah rainfall events in Puerto Rico 3 to 6 inches of rain or possible. With isolated maximum totals of eight inches. This type of rain could lead to life threatening flash flooding and mudslides. President Trump has approved an emergency declaration for areas like Puerto Rico forecast called for the storm to approach Florida by the weekend.

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Tropical Storm Warning in Effect for North Carolina Coast as Storm Arthur Approaches

Von Haessler Doctrine

00:15 sec | 5 months ago

Tropical Storm Warning in Effect for North Carolina Coast as Storm Arthur Approaches

"Coming up tropical storm Arthur could impact north Carolina's coastline storm is generating high seas along the coasts of the southeast U. S. coast the swells can cause life threatening surf and rip current conditions the national hurricane center specialist Eric Blake says tropical storm warnings have been posted along the

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Hurricane Dorian floods island as it swipes North Carolina then heads north

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00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Hurricane Dorian floods island as it swipes North Carolina then heads north

"Update they were told to evacuate but they stayed put the dangerous storm surge with hurricane Dorian came to Ocracoke island on north Carolina's Outer Banks Hyde county spokesman don issue made says around eight hundred people decided to ride it out our estimate that every home in Ocracoke has some flood damage at the very least national hurricane center meteorologist Eric Blake with where it goes to now tropical storm force winds over southeastern Massachusetts in eastern Maine in association with with hurricane it'll eventually go as far north as Nova Scotia the death toll of Bahamas is a forty three but thousands remain missing Abaco resident Germaine Knowles log size six eleven you die notes on what I

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Weather forecasters say extremely powerful Hurricane Dorian has made landfall on Abaco Islands in the Bahamas

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01:06 min | 1 year ago

Weather forecasters say extremely powerful Hurricane Dorian has made landfall on Abaco Islands in the Bahamas

"To lead the National Weather Service says hurricane Dorian has made landfall on the Bahamas it's the strongest storm to hit the northwestern area of the country in modern times with winds around one hundred and eighty five miles per hour Bruce Aust lives on the Abaco islands are was were were outside the house should be built strong let's hope it ends and continues to whether there's Dorian is no longer expected to directly hit Florida but hurricane watches have just been posted for parts of the east coast Eric Blake is with the national hurricane center forecast to move very slowly between Bahamas and and Florida the rain bands will probably start tomorrow it's just creeping creeping westward at that time to expect long duration attentive of heavy rainfall and high winds and in some coastal flooding CBS's mark Strassman is in Saint Augustine so this goes to U. S. states no they could still be in the bull's eye as south Carolina's governor has declared a state of emergency Georgia and North Carolina are tracking the storm closely Dorian

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"eric blake" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

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01:32 min | 1 year ago

"eric blake" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Two major quakes hit the area last week Seattle residents are also dealing with a four point six earthquake that happened there at two fifty one AM local time with an update on tropical storm very here's USA radio networks Chris Barnes tropical storm Barry taking aim at Louisiana is specially New Orleans currently a tropical storm but expected to be arraigned making hurricane when it comes ashore tomorrow here's hurricane specialist Eric Blake at the national hurricane center although we were expecting a move very slowly and that's why we're so concerned about the heavy rain risk the Rangers really began in earnest overnight Friday into Saturday for southeast Louisiana then spread northward into Mississippi some parts of Louisiana could see up to twenty five inches of rain this is USA radio news now you can live anywhere in the world and paid account prices on your airline white anywhere else you want to go and pay a lot less call the international travel department right now at low cost airline eight hundred two one five five one four one eight hundred two one five five one four one that's eight hundred two one five fifty one forty one president trump lashing out at one of his former allies calling house speaker Paul Ryan a baby Paul Ryan was a lame duck for a long time as speaker he was unable to raise money he lost control of the house.

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First big storm of Atlantic hurricane season eyes Louisiana

The Big Biz Radio Show

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

First big storm of Atlantic hurricane season eyes Louisiana

"With an update on tropical storm very here's USA radio networks Chris Barnes tropical storm Barry taking aim at Louisiana is specially New Orleans currently a tropical storm but expected to be arraigned making hurricane when it comes ashore tomorrow here's hurricane specialist Eric Blake at the national hurricane center although we were expecting a move very slowly and that's why we're so concerned about the heavy rain risk the Rangers really began in earnest overnight Friday into Saturday for southeast Louisiana then spread northward into Mississippi some parts of Louisiana could see up to twenty five inches of

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"eric blake" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

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02:07 min | 1 year ago

"eric blake" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Twenty year old African American man is facing murder charges in connection with the shooting of shoddy Royal jasmine Barnes in Texas. This is it said the shooter was white. She was sitting in the backseat of her mother's car with two of her sisters when she was killed. This is Harris County sheriff Ed Gonzales, it appears to us based on the information we received this was likely a case of mistaken identity worthy. Intended targets were likely someone else. But instead they fired upon a la- Porsche jasmine and her siblings. Eric Blake junior black junior is charged with capital murder and makes his first court appearance today. Here's a change of the guard at CBS news CBS news, president David Rhodes is stepping aside to be replaced by Susan servants. You miss them. We only have ten minutes left. How can you talk to me about parking seen as the model for Holly hunter's character in the nineteen eighty-seven film broadcast news the move part of an ongoing shakeup at CBS after some high profile departures, including Akkar, Charlie rose and CEO les Moonves over sexual misconduct allegations against gays won multiple journalism awards in nearly five decades at CBS she'll take over the president's job in March. Vicki Barker, CBS, news, WBZ news time, nine thirty five. There's one award. You may have missed at last night's Golden Globes best supporting role at last night's Golden Globes goes to one of the women serving bottles of Fiji water. To actors from sparkling silver trays, you can see her in her Royal blue tear down photo bobbing. Jamie Lee Curtis. Nicole Kidman Jim Carey in a bunch of others on the red carpet as she stares directly into the camera. There are at least two new Twitter accounts, claiming to be the Fiji water girl. One post says please take a second to recognize the true hero and the Golden Globes red-carpet, she's identified as model Calif Cuthbert. Deborah rodriguez. CBS news at the editor's desk. This morning. Our thanks to sack Weber. Our writers Roger Brown and show. Bartoshuk our assistant producer Shereen Muhammad at the web desk. Shannon, bloom traffic producer, Dan, Frank managing editor, Julie, man. Traffic weather and a stock market update. WBZ news time nine thirty six.

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"eric blake" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"eric blake" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"John talking weather, always number one. It always trumps everything when they're severe weather in particular because it affects everybody, and I think we have the greatest resource inaccurate weather. And that's one of the things that we do best. What's amazing to me? I still have a lot of people tell me unless I hear you all tell me, I have two hour delay. I don't believe, you know, as reform weather, man. I take the weather very seriously. Weekdays five to nine and the phases of the moon to Katie K a morning news. Chapin lo HANA law firm studios. The voice of Pittsburgh news from Katie K a radio now. CBS news update hurricane Wilma made landfall about fifty miles southeast of Mexico's resort city of mosit- lawn tonight, the National Hurricane center's Eric Blake is the storm grew inside it increases. The storm surge threat, we also expect six to twelve inches of rain with higher amounted eighteen inches possible. He says it's a category. Three storm with maximum winds have one hundred and twenty miles an hour hurricane-force winds extend outward from the center about thirty five miles, and that's the area where we expect the most damage from win. But there are also other major hazards we expect an extremely dangerous storm surge along portions of the southwestern coast of Mexico and southern Santa low and now you're eat CBS's. Adrienne Bard says at least ten thousand people have evacuated. Authorities don't want anyone to take chances. In fact, the governor told them don't play macho with the storm, please take care of yourself. Get out of harm's way. CBS news update on Pam. Coulter. Napa.

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"eric blake" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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15:25 min | 2 years ago

"eric blake" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Eric Blake. Eric is a hurricane specialist at the National Hurricane Center in Miami. Eric, welcome to Schnitt. We had your your cohort we had Dennis felt get on a couple of hours ago. Eric I'm looking at the radar now. I mean, this thing this thing is still a powerful hurricane as it's heading toward one Albany, Georgia. That's right. It's moving into south western Georgia. The maximum winds are still one hundred twenty five miles per hour. Quite a powerful system for for that part of Georgia. So I mean, look at the radar. My wife lived for a time in Albany, Georgia. She's a US marine brat and how far away from Albany is is the eye right now. It looks like it's about about sixty miles away. And they can be expecting a hurricane force Windsor shortly. I Blake I'm seeing the video. I'm sure you're seeing the various collection of network video and still shots. And and all the social media that's making the rounds from what you've seen along the coast, Mexico beach, Panama City beach, the Tyndall air force base. What have you seen so far that stands out? Well, I mean a tremendous storm surge. Water up to the tops of people's ruse. I saw lots of trees. Crease snapped me, and it takes a lot of wind to snap. Pine trees. Hi, this is quite a powerful category. Four hurricane came ashore. Well, Eric, what's amazing here is that it was just two miles per hour shy of becoming a category five so really. And you know, whether it was a four or five lead the damage, you know, being that close. I mean, we really probably saw category five damage in many spots. Well, it's you know, it's impossible to know. And I don't think, you know, looking at the damage so far it it's you know, extensive and in many years looks like a tornado roll through. And that really speaks volumes all by itself. Eric are you hearing anything about fatalities or injuries at this point? Because there hasn't been a lot coming out of the local county emergency centers at this point. I haven't heard of anyone dining at this point. I hope that's not the case. Of course. We always have people that refused to evacuate even when they're strongly urged to Eric. What do you think? Has played into some people not evacuating. You think it could have been that? It was projected as a category two then turning into three. But no one even expecting that. It was going to reach you know, a high category four status. You know, there's all sorts of reasons why people don't evacuate. Some people are just want to ride out any storm. They want to stay on their land. A lot of people don't have the means. The financial means it sometimes evacuation can be a very pricey thing. And they they can't leave because a financial reasons it's really a very individual. And as you know, and I've been through a lot of these a Florida resident since nineteen ninety two I've been through plenty of drills and plenty of near misses. And and I I arrived just after Hurricane Andrew back in ninety two. We all know also that there are injuries and fatalities in the aftermath, and the cleanup and livewires electric Kyushu or people with generators not properly ventilated because their powers out, you know, people with chainsaw accidents as they try to clear, debris. So I hope people take heed and understand that there are injuries and deaths that happen in the aftermath of these storms. Yeah. That's right. About about half of the deaths that occur in a in a hurricane occur. After the chainsaw dance. A lot of times people will put the generators to close on the carbon monoxide poisoning the cleanup trees on people after the effect touching livewires. You really have to be careful after hurricane is. It can be quite deadly Eric if you wanna project last question for you guys are slammed at the Hurricane Center Miami. I if you want a project from a geographic standpoint is there any way to tell when this thing is going to lose hurricane status and become a tropical storm how how far into Georgia is going to get and still over complete land remain a category three or category. Two or one. Sure. Well, we expected we expected to lose hurricane strength overnight. You know hurricanes. Do we pretty reliably over over over land hit central Georgia? We expect it to be a tropical storm, but we do expect those tropical storm force winds to move up the coast of Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina over the next day or so so it's just that is by no means over for those states. Not to mention rain activity in the already drenched Carolina's after Florence Eric Blake National Hurricane Center in Miami. Eric, thanks for joining us on you guys are slammed. All right. So there you have latest from the pros back to this story guy was building an explosive to blow himself up. Around election day to protest the direction of the country. Folks, if you're just joining us, I came out of the bottom of the hour break, and then we get the the National Hurricane Center. I'll let me revisit this is crazy. So I New York ma'am plan to go down to DC and. And self destruct blow himself up because he's on a happy with the direction of the country. So the cops the FBI, obviously, fully investigating searching, the Hudson valley New York home today, they learned in the plot that he was allegedly building a bomb in order to blow himself up in DC. So back to the channel four New York story Vasquez said they were concerned the man identified as Paul Rosenfield. And he was at this home in orange town, New York was in the process of acquiring bomb. Parts officials tell news for that Rosenfield had no criminal history. But had told a reporter in Pennsylvania that he planned to blow himself up on the Washington Mall around election day because he was angry at the country's direction. He had no plans to hurt. Anyone else? He's believed to be a lone actor not affiliated with any terrorist group or ideology, and I'm looking at. I'm looking at what appears to be his picture, and I just doesn't appear to be a type of individual that would would want to self immolate to set yourself on fire but self explosive eight I'll just invent to word here. Rosenfield expected to appear in federal court in White Plains on the federal charges, which has not may have been made public yet. And the Rockland county. Supervisor were I guess he's from that's his county. And I grew up when I was a kid in Rockland county, a little place called Nannu wet until I was eleven. They say that there was there is no danger to the public. But how about that? I plan to blow himself up. Speaking of terrorism a couple of things here afford domestic terrorism, you know, but just not targeting anybody else. But speaking of terrorism you remember the Islamic radical that rented a Home Depot truck one of those rental. Home Depot pickup trucks. Yeah. What nineteen ninety-five around town? Plus mileage, I would imagine rented one of those trucks. This is about a year ago. And he drove intimate Hatton, and then ran people over on a bike and jogging path. I think eight people were killed there were a dozen or so injured now listen to this latest now lawyers for the guy charged with killing up eight people. Said today that the death penalty as far as Federal Trade New York doesn't have a death penalty. But with federal charges a death penalty that it should be ruled out the President Trump was uninformed and full of rage when he called for it. So lawyers filed papers actually yesterday in Manhattan federal court on behalf of this safe Saipan and the claim is that Mr. Trump President Trump irrevocably tainted the legal process when he tweeted in all capital letters a day after the attack that Saipa of should get the death penalty. Yeah. This is the actual tweet from President Trump back on October. First is so twenty seventeen New York City teller terrorists was happy as he asked to hang the ISIS flag in his hospital room. He killed eight people badly injured twelve should get death penalty. He was arrested. Actually, I'm sorry. This was I said October. I guess this was on that was Halloween. That's what it was October thirty first so correction, and he was arrested. You know, right. After the event, he's pleaded not guilty. He had an ISIS flag. There was an ISIS flag in the pickup truck if I'm not mistaken when he was arrested and now his lawyers trying to get the death penalty off the table because President Trump tweeted that he should get the death penalty. I give me a break. Maybe the president should have refrained from from a potential taint. But I can imagine. You know? And Trump has a history of saying, whatever the hell he wants to say sometimes, I agree. Sometimes I don't it probably would have been better if the president as the legal process was just taking its initial foothold probably better if the president did not suggest a federal death penalty. But anyway, I hopefully, the the lawyers will not be successful in a federal judge agreeing that the death penalty ought to be off the table. Because I I agree. He ought to get the death penalty. Renting, a Home Depot. Pickup truck to then ram into people to inflict as much damage with pickup truck a couple of tons versus a flesh and blood and bone. I mean, come on. His impetuous decision was uninformed and full of rage. He actually rebelled at the prospect of condemning Mr. side, Paul did die. In the home of the horrible crime. He committed. But the constitution does not tolerate a death penalty scheme driven by blood, thirst or revenge. That's what the lawyers for this, this, ISIS, inspired monster. Put in there. In their filing. President Trump's emotionally charged directives were designed to constrain sessions decision making and discourage him from genuinely considering the pursuit of a sentence less than death. Yeah. Thirty year old Saipa he came to our country. Came to a welcoming United States. Seven years prior to the attack. He came from who's Becca, STAN. And his trial is scheduled from a year. From now, the trial is scheduled for October twenty nineteen and the jury if it finds that site Paul is guilty. In a second phase of a federal trial. The jury will be asked whether under federal charges should he be executed. And the answer should be. Yes. Absolutely. So hopefully, the lawyers are not successful in trying to invoke Trump's tweet, which I think should have any bearing doesn't change the fact that he killed eight and and maimed and wounded another dozen. What is Michael avenue? Michael avenue dotty, the porn star lawyer for stormy Daniels who by the way. It it could be and there's been analysis on this. And I mentioned this earlier did did avenue Noddy and the representation of that Julie sweat Nick who made claims that seemed a bit of a little bit far fetched claiming Trump and sexual assault in the parties and gang rapes. And I did that also help in confirming cabinet. Yeah. Summer trying to make the case that some of some of these outlandish claims, and and all these individuals rushing to excuse to accused president or to accuse rather? Brett cabinet President Trump's. Dominee you had for instance, that story that there was an anonymous claim out of Rhode Island that Cavanaugh was part of some kind of an attack a sexual assault on a book. I mean, just preposterous. So it could be that Michael avenue ATI and the representations sweat, Nick. And the fact that her entire story seem to fall apart before our very is that it's stories like that. And some of the cues that were less than credible and the sweat in the case a whole litany, a host of legal issues preceded over the years. Her claims. Against capital. And there's the belief that maybe she also with her case in avenue ATI with their haste and trying to garner captured attention also helped to sink those trying to defeat cabinet. Luckily, so avenue ninety now is added on Twitter with Donald Trump junior. And now everybody is proposing a mixed martial arts fight between himself and Donald Trump, Judy what the folks the world is going crazy. So the porn star attorney wants a mixed martial arts like a grudge match with Donald Trump junior. What the hell else.

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Bolton says U.S. will not cooperate with International Criminal Court

The KDKA Radio Afternoon News with Robert Mangino

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Bolton says U.S. will not cooperate with International Criminal Court

"States is pledging to use any means necessary to protect American citizens and allies from international criminal court prosecution. President Donald Trump's national security advisor John Bolton says the court is illegitimate. And for all intents and purposes, the ICC is already dead to us potent delivered his remarks today in Washington, the ICC, which is based in the Hague has a mandate to prosecute war crimes crimes against humanity and genocide. On

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"eric blake" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

06:31 min | 2 years ago

"eric blake" Discussed on KCBS All News

"CBS news update Carolina's you're putting out warnings in advance of Hurricane Flora category. Four hurricane neck her hundred and thirty miles per hour with gusts Hurricane Center forecaster, Eric Blake storms, moving westward at thirteen miles per hour. And we expect a storm to turn to the west northwest to move faster over the next couple of days landfall expected sometime Thursday night into Friday or the impacts will begin overnight late Wednesday into early Thursday right now, the center of the forecast cone along the southern North Carolina coast, just north of the South Carolina, border, North Carolina. Governor ROY Cooper. Florence is intensifying steadily. This storm is strong, and it's getting stronger, the best safety plan is preparation and common sense, South Carolina. Governor Henry McMaster wants his state's residents to prepare as if the storm will hit in the middle of that state CBS news update, I'm Jim shanavie. KCBS news time ten thirty two. This portion of the news watch sponsored by Kars for Kids less moon has the chairman and CEO of the CBS corporation resigned. Yesterday after a second wave of sexual assault allegations were made against him. Well, CBS announced it would also donate a portion of his severance to organizations that support the metoo movement and is replacing several board members questions remain, not only about move as behavior, but the corporate culture that he built after more than two decades as a head of CBS for more. We're joined live on the KCBS ring central Newsline by film and TV writer. Ryan, thanks a lot for talking to us today. So. You know, he was winning move as was winning Wigan ratings winning for CBS winning money. And it took a long time for our for anything to happen to him. Yeah. It really did. I think that one of the notable things that people have pointed out about the lesson is that, you know, Harvey Weinstein was certainly a very powerful person. He wasn't at the height of his powers, and that was to some degree the case with other people caught up in these various revelations, but I would say in my view than does with the most, you know, currently powerful person to have this sort of reporting done on his actions. And so that would make it really notable. And that's one of the reasons, you know, the first story came out from Farrow, and essentially nothing happened inside. Fez was on an earnings call that week in which he was no not asked about it. And he's offer any contrary about it. And so that's just that's just so you how enmeshed an entrenched he was for store. And so what is the lesson here? If you do well enough, you can get away with it for a long time. Yeah. It really is. I mean, you know, if you go to the EOC's website, the two thousand sixteen study that I cite a lot, and you know, as people point out, this isn't just entertainment industry. But there are there is a subset of industries in which there are very vast differential than power. Those include Washington DC and Silicon Valley and Wall Street and finance industries, and then the entertainment industry, so in these industries, you have people who essentially have all of the power or most of the power in a situation, they make or break someone or, you know, give them a great career great recommendation, or what have you or they can ask Lutely impede that person progress if not throw them out of the industry entirely, so when you have a great deal of people like that. They operate with impunity for the most part. And so, you know, I still have people who work for these companies in the media industry saying oh, employs can go to HR. Well, any company HR is generally great at getting you signed up for pay not necessarily your advocate run. You're going up against the most powerful people inside that company or some people with any power. So I really think that Hollywood for the most part you've heard the phrase they brought a knife to a gun sights. I feel like you know, when it comes to these power differential and abuse of power. You know Hollywood brings an empty water pistol to a machine gun fight the people who are on the receiving end of these situations. Whether it's abusive power, harassment, assault, or whatever. Plain and simple, bullying don't have a lot of options. And I think that one year on from the first one scene revelations. I don't think that institutional, and systematically they have many more options than they did a year or two ago. So what would possibly change that who, you know, what's going to change the culture at CBS or the culture in Hollywood in general. Well, one other institution. I didn't really mention was we've seen a number of scandals in the Catholic church and other religions, and I don't mean to malign religions in general. Now, I think highly of many people who have strong faith, but you've seen situations where people get passed around secrets are tapped that kind of thing the difference in Hollywood anyway, and the difference between Hollywood and Silicon Valley to people are union, you know, and if you Hans can step up and say, we're going to enforce a code of conduct for our members because sometimes it's members of the union who are, you know, abusing power or hurting other people and also we're going to be an advocate in an ally for people who are going through this because you know, takes one phone call to blackball some at a studio or network. Or any entertainment entity. You can easily bless all people are make their lifestyle. So they really need to have a strong advocate beside them. You know? And if they can't afford an attorney, which many people have to hire on their own dime. They should have strong union representation and union should have a policy about if it's a member some members of their union after procedure that members consider fair and just those who are repeat abusers within the union are not no longer allowed to be in that union. And I also think, you know, the press continues to have a role to play in this because I've said for a long time that at this point the media is Hollywood's defacto HR department, and I don't think that can last forever. But I think it's going to continue to be factor. Thank you for talking to we need to talk to say after the writers guild so of those other unions next. Thanks a lot for for talking to us. We appreciate it more. Ryan TV and film writer KCBS.

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National Hurricane Center, Hurricane Helene and Hurricane Isaac discussed on Dana Loesch

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00:37 sec | 2 years ago

National Hurricane Center, Hurricane Helene and Hurricane Isaac discussed on Dana Loesch

"Find out that Florence is a category. Four storm expected to be a category for when he hits the Carolina coast sometime on Thursday. But more about the peak of the hurricane season the National Hurricane Center. Busy tracking multiple systems in the Atlantic. Hurricane specialists, Eric Blake three hurricanes, active and two other disturbances. These statistical peak is verifying the first hurricane Florence forecast. A slam the coast of the Carolinas Thursday as a category four hurricane behind that hurricane Isaac is marching toward the Caribbean where wind shear and cooler waters should weaken the system still about a week away from potentially impacting our weather, hurricane Helene is expected to drift north

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"eric blake" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"eric blake" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Could weather forecasters are issuing storm warnings for portions of south Florida and the Florida Keys tropical storm Gordon close again, Eric, Blake tonight. A Hurricane Center says, people can expect some high waters storm surge of two to four feet above above ground as possible from Mississippi Alabama border to the mouth of Mississippi River. And Eric Blake says. The storm surge watches in effect for a portion of the Mississippi Alabama border correspondent Mike had reports it's costing motorists more at. The gas pump this year's, Labor Day trip than it did last year the triple a fuel game shows. The average price for a gallon of, regular gasoline is to eighty, four today that's an increase of twenty two cents a gallon from. Last Labor Day a time in which prices spiked because of hurricane Harvey despite hurricane activity this year AAA says. Prices are at their highest Labor Day average since two thousand fourteen that's my campaign reporting on Capitol Hill not much going on today but there will be tomorrow's confirmation hearings. Get underway for supreme court nominee judge Brett Cavanaugh political fireworks can be expected during the four days of hearings before the Senate Judiciary committee it all, begins, with opening. Statements from the eleven, Republicans and ten Democrats on the committee as well as from the nominee himself capital would be formally introduced by among others former secretary of state Condoleeza Rice On Wednesday that Albany will face a marathon day of questioning likely. Focusing on hot button issues such as, abortion gun rights and the, extent of presidential powers Thursday and Friday we'll be dedicated to testimony. From expert witnesses that's Capitol Hill correspondent Wally Hindes reported smoke is still rising from the burned out remains of. Brazil's national museum after a large fire broke out the museum directors there says that part of the collection was destroyed last night.

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"eric blake" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"eric blake" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And a nice day for father's day partly sunny skies as we go into the afternoon high temperatures near eighty clear skies tonight low sixty seven then turning hotter and more humid monday partly sunny skies high ninety four that would tie the record in boston as we go into tuesday perhaps a morning shower or thunderstorm otherwise some sunshine returns for the afternoon as a humidity begins to lower high eighty one i'm accuweather meteorologist carl ericson wbz newsradio ten thirty i'm mike mike lynn wbz news the massachusetts supreme judicial court will determine the fate of a proposed constitutional amendment that would impose a four percent tax on any portion of an individual's annual income that exceeds a million dollars the justices are deciding if the proposal beats legal criteria for ballot initiatives biz groups have filed suit to stop it from going to voters arguing it does not connecticut transportation officials say thousands of passengers are taking advantage of free rides being offered this weekend on a new commuter rail line linking new haven hartford and springfield massachusetts because of the popularity of the service passengers should be prepared for standing room only some might be bumped to the next scheduled train caesar street you've italy became the first european to win an annual race up the highest peak in the northeastern united states the twenty four year old italian pulling away from three time winner eric blake at the halfway point of the seven point six mile race to the summit of washington he finished with a time of one.

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"eric blake" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"eric blake" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"The program the email address elrushbo at ti net dot us hang on here folks are looking for one thing yes okay got it now we've been we've been talking all day long about the development here from the trump commerce department that will ross adding a question to the census on whether or not you happen to be a citizen that simple question the idea that it's going to be on the next census in twenty twenty has the left blowing up i've got a number of examples here i up from the cheetah's of the washington post and it's by eric blake and the headline alone the trump administration is adding a citizenship question to the census here's why that's bad for democrats why is it news that it's bad for the democrats but of course that is that's the prison through which everything is viewed is it good or bad for trump is it good or bad for democrat and that is the largely sold determination sold a terminent in what becomes news the once per decade us census will ask people citizenship status and twenty twenty seven the commerce department late monday the move which came at the request of the justice department reinstates a controversial question that had not been used on all surveys for decades that's not quite true by the way but more on that in a moment after a thorough review of the legal program and policy considerations as well as numerous discussions with the census bureau leadership and interested stakeholders commerce secretary woo ross roads i have determined that the reinstatement of citizenship question on the twenty twenty two semi all census is necessary to provide complete and accurate data in response to the doj request now mr blake here at the washington post says although this may seem like the arcane workings of the federal bureaucracy is a decision that carries cotentin really major political ramifications most notably for republicans ability to gerrymander democrats into the minority for years to come hannah course somber crying foul now granted that is a concern but i don't think that's the.

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"eric blake" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"eric blake" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The program the email address elrushbo at ti net dot us hang on here folks are looking for one thing yes okay got it now we've been we've been talking all day long about the development here from the trump commerce department that will over ross adding question to the census on whether or not you happen to be a citizen that simple question the idea that it's going to be on the next census in twenty twenty has the left blowing up i've got a number of examples here i up from the status of the washington post and it's by eric blake and the headline alone the trump administration is adding a citizenship question to the census here's why that's bad for democrats why is it news that it's bad for the democrats but of course that is that's the prism through which everything is viewed is it good or bad for trump is it good or bad for democrats and that is the largely sold determination so determined in what becomes news the once per decade us census will ask people citizenship status and twenty twenty seven the commerce department late monday the move which came at the request of the justice department reinstates a controversial question that had not been used on all surveys for decades that's not quite true by the way but more than that in a moment after a thorough review of the legal program and policy considerations as well as numerous discussions with the census bureau leadership and interested stakeholders commerce secretary woohoo ross roach i have determined that the reinstatement of citizenship question on the twenty twenty two semi all census is necessary to provide complete and accurate data in response to the doj request now mr blake here at the washington post says although this may seem like the arcane workings of the federal bureaucracy it is a decision that carries potentially major political ramifications most notably for republicans ability to gerrymander democrats into the minority for years to come and of course somber crying foul now granted that is a concern but i don't think that's the.

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"eric blake" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"eric blake" Discussed on WCHS

"To be on the program the email address elrushbo at ti net dot us hang on here folks looking for one thing yes okay got it now we've been we've been talking all day long about the development here from the trump commerce department that will were ross adding a question to the census on whether or not you happen to be a citizen that simple question the idea that it's going to be on the next census in twenty twenty has the left blowing up i've got a number of examples here i up from the fetus of the washington post and it's by eric blake and the headline alone the trump administration is adding a citizenship question to the census here's why that's bad for democrats why is it news that it's bad for the democrats but of course that is that's the prison through which everything is viewed is it good or bad for trump is it good or bad for democrats and that is the largely sold determination sold a terminent in what becomes news the once per decade us census will ask people citizenship status in twenty twenty s of the commerce department late monday the move which came at the request of the justice department reinstates controversial question that had not been used on all surveys for decades that's not quite true by the way but more on that in a moment after a thorough review of the legal program and policy considerations as well as numerous discussions with the census bureau leadership and interested stakeholders commerce secretary woohoo ross roads i have determined that the reinstatement of citizenship question on the twenty twenty two semi all census is necessary to provide complete and accurate data in response to the deal jay request now mr blake here at the washington post says although this may seem like the arcane workings of the federal bureaucracy it is a decision that carries potentially major political ramifications most notably for republicans ability to gerrymander democrats into the minority for years to come hanoch or som are crying foul now granted that is a concern but i don't think that's the.

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"eric blake" Discussed on WBEN

WBEN

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"eric blake" Discussed on WBEN

"To be on the program the email address elrushbo eibnet dot us hang on here folks looking for one thing yes okay got him now we've been we've been talking all day long about the development here from the trump commerce department that will who were ross adding a question to the census on whether or not you happen to be a citizen that simple question the idea that it's going to be on the next census in twenty twenty has the left blowing up i've got a number of examples here i up from the status of the washington post and it's by eric blake and the headline alone the trump administration is adding a citizenship question to the census here's why that's bad for democrats why is it news that it's bad for the democrats but of course that is that's the prism through which everything is viewed is it good or bad for trump is it good or bad for democrats and that is the largely sold determination sole determinant in what becomes news the once per decade us census will ask people citizenship status and twenty twenty seven commerce department late monday the move which came at the request of the justice department reinstates a controversial question that had not been used on all surveys for decades that's not quite true by the way but more than that in a moment after a thorough review of the legal program and policy considerations as well as numerous discussions with the census bureau leadership and interested stakeholders commerce secretary woohoo ross roads i have determined that the reinstatement of citizenship question on the twenty twenty two semi all census is necessary to provide complete and accurate data in response to the deal jay request now mr blake here at the washington post says although this may seem like the arcane workings of the federal bureaucracy it is a decision that carries potentially major political ramifications most notably for republicans ability to gerrymander democrats into the minority for years to come and of course somber crying foul now granted that is a concern but i don't think that's the.

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"eric blake" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"eric blake" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"If you want to be on the program the email address elrushbo eibnet dot us hang on here folks are looking for one thing yes okay got it now we've been we've been talking all day long about the development here from the trump commerce department that who were ross adding question to the census on whether or not you happen to be a citizen that simple question the idea that it's going to be on the next census in twenty twenty has the left blowing up i've got a number of examples here i up from the status of the washington post and it's by eric blake and the headline alone the trump administration is adding a citizenship question to the census here's why that's bad for democrats why is it news that it's bad for the democrats but of course that is that's the prism through which everything is viewed is it good or bad for trump is it good or bad for democrats and that is the largely sold determination sold determinant in what becomes news the once per decade us census will ask people citizenship status and twenty twenty seven commerce department late monday the move which came at the request of the justice department reinstates a controversial question that had not been used on all surveys for decades that's not quite true by the way but more than that in a moment after a thorough review of the legal program and policy considerations as well as numerous discussions with the census bureau leadership and interested stakeholders commerce secretary who were ross roads i have determined that the reinstatement of his citizenship question on the twenty twenty two semi old census is necessary to provide complete and accurate data in response to the doj request now mr blake here at the washington post says although this may seem like the arcane workings of the federal bureaucracy is a decision that carries potentially major political ramifications most notably for republicans ability to gerrymander democrats into the minority for years to come and of course somber crying foul now granted that is a concern but i don't think that's the.

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"eric blake" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"eric blake" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Subway system during rush hour of the us attorney's office says nineteen year old abdul rachmat elbahna sawi purchase bombmaking materials for used in the attacks and was arrested traveling to the us from canada to prepare for the attacks investigators say the goal to injure and maim as many people as possible to others of filipino at a us citizen living in pakistan we're also wrong armed it up and i'll jones tim ten wins news and we will continue to follow developments in this story italian amazing thing of this out of the blue but again we'll continue following that al we'll have more force later on in this broadcast now to the tropical storm nate not a whole lot has been said about him because he's just a tropical storm down in florida they're not taking any chances sounding the horn and for good reason i regain specialist eric blake with the national hurricane center work correcting watered keke forty seven feet above ground level at the peak surge occurred time high tide have met storm surge warning area so we're talking about from south eastern louisiana to the alabama quarrel border in mind you were talking about a tropical storm here florida and all the coastal cities just can't catch a break governor rick scott says yeah tell me about it he's telling everybody we've got a lot of practice this year about getting out of harm's way here's evacuation order make sure you quickly as we all know when there's evacuation order the roads get the roads over time give back sudan do not wait till the last minute nate killed twenty one people in costa rica and is expected to develop into a category one hurricane in the next 24 to 48 as he travels across the warm waters of the gulf stayed with ten ten winds.

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"eric blake" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"eric blake" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"So this only accelerates that need well yeah and just put it number on that puerto rico's emergency funds stood at about thirty two million dollars before erma passed through the island that compares to an estimated potential of thirty billion dollars of debt a message so quite an order of magnitude higher of money that they will need michelle know i was speaking with some puerto rico investors you know we'll this create even more of a headache for this island that has seventy four billion dollars of debt that it can't pay back in his amid it in the midst of a lot of legal negotiations over that well this is actually help them in a in a weird way in the sense that perhaps there will be more money flowing toward the island tweet build its infrastructure that already was falling into disrepair oh that's that's the hope that this actually puts even more attention on the needs that puerto rico has and and again that the potential federal dollars could be helping to upgrade systems that we're still out of date even before the storm head that that would be of this silver lining here but again the damage might be we don't know yet but the damage can be so extensive that you know that federal money may not be enough or it it will just take incredible amount of time for the allenton to bounce back while i mean here's a quote from the governor of puerto rico ricardo rossello he was speaking to the associated press in he said we're going to lose a lot of infrastructure in puerto rico were we're going to have to rebuild and then eric blake who's a forecaster for the national hurricane center tweeted this morning that the the strike on the same place in the same intensity following harvey hurricane harvey in hurricane erma unprecedented in the modern era so that come address on trust behind under a dozen it nichelle ensure definitely i mean he's just two weeks ago they went through airmont thank god hhirma emma just passed through over the north of.

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"eric blake" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"eric blake" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Storms so this only accelerates that need and just put it number on that puerto rico's emergency funds to did about thirty two million dollars before erma passed through the island that compares to an estimated potential of thirty billion dollars of damage so quite an order of magnitude higher of money that they will need michelle know i was speaking with some puerto rico investors will this create even more of a headache for this island that has seventy four billion dollars of debt that it can't pay back and admit it in the midst of a lot of legal negotiations over that well this actually help them in a weird way in the sense that perhaps there will be more money flowing toward the island tweet build its infrastructure that already was falling into disrepair oh that's that's the hope that this actually puts even more attention on the needs that puerto rico has and and again the potential federal dollars could be helping to upgrade systems that we're still out of date even before the storm head that that would be started this silver lining here but again it damage might be we don't know yet but the damage can be so extensive that um know that federal money may not be enough or eight eight it just take incredible amount of time for the allenton to bounce back while i mean here's a quote from the governor of puerto rico ricardo rosset low he was speaking to the associated press and he said were going to lose a lot of infrastructure in puerto rico were we're going to have to rebuild and then eric blake whose of forecaster for the national hurricane center tweeted this morning that the strike on the same place in the same intensity following harvey hurricane harvey in hurricane erma unprecedented in the modern era so that come address on the trust of high under a dozen it michelle assure definitely mean means just two weeks ago they went through airmont thank god hhirma emma just passed through over the north of.

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"eric blake" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"eric blake" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Dealers enjoy a road trip this fall in a new honda people are digging through the rubble this morning in mexico city it all starts at soon clobbered with themselves to cope all there's too to to be alive i dunno more don't thousand people are listening right now you'll be other people to to survive the desperate search continues in and around the city for survivors of yesterday seven point one magnitude earthquake the death toll has surpassed two hundred dozens of buildings offices homes and school charles are in ruins this morning bbc correspondent one pa is in mexico city many many arrests in sulphur capping ten are us outside on the streets a fearful now returning to that woundings many of ram are helping out volunteering bringing at whatever are they find whatever they can to rescue workers that are working close to the most affected buildings at least 25 students and teachers were killed when a mexico city school collapsed overnight rescuers dug through the rubble looking for survivors he ramassage ucits tropical storm jose is bringing strong wind gusts to the cayman islands but a turned to the east is weakening the storm's impact on new england the major concern beach erosion ted kion is the coastal resources directorate chatham was a lot going on as a lotta and longest section insure lines storms like this have the potential to really speed that process up wbz tv accu weather me iran just pamela garden is on an tuck at this morning did the wave heights so fire offshore three to thirteen feeds this is going towards low tide dow and we did have some pressing leads that little bit earlier just past hightide this morning we didn't see any flooding downtown how had yet bites that may not be the case laters we see a one you teas that storm surge on top of these high tides hindes which is going to be later this afternoon and then early thursday morning and then once again just before it's you o'clock thursday afternoon to the south hurricane maria is pounding puerto rico it made landfall a few minutes ago with one hundred fifty five mile an hour winds national hurricane center specialist eric blake has more maria remained vip.

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"eric blake" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"eric blake" Discussed on AP News

"Hurricane maria in the caribbean us and north korea optima guarbe within ap newsmen at the national hurricane center says maria is a deadly category five storm top sustained wins of one hundred sixty miles an hour as it batters batters the island of dominika hurricane specialist eric blake was ask if it poses a threat to the eastern seaboard of the us throaty say now i have a category five hurricane packing the northeastern caribbean plenty of time to watch for the united states all i should be on the caribbean at this time maria could deliver a direct strike on puerto rico by the middle of the week defense secretary james mattis says there was no need for the us issued down the missiles of bed north korea has fired over japan those missiles are not directly threaten any of us mattis warns any future miss swiss police say the lost remaining unstable part of an alpine you his sheared off onto iglesia below without hitting a nearby town all hurting one more than two hundred people were evacuated from a southern town on saturday after radar showed the lowest end of the trip classy blasio was moving fast early on sunday more than twothirds of the classiest frontier h which originally measured some five hundred thousand cubic meters collapsed into another last year people were allowed to return to their homes later on sunday on monday police said the remainder of the unstable glass his frontage broke overnight and the area was reopened to bolkus over one hundred thousand artifacts from colonial america have a new home in an upstate new york museum and it's not far from where the objects were discovered more than forty years ago the new york state museum in albany is getting thirty six thousand pieces of everyday life from the 1620 dutch settlement known as fort or french and over eighty thousand more from the country estate of philip schuyler alexander hamilton father in law the artifacts are mostly everyday objects such as coins ceramics tools and gun parts they've been moved to the museum from the state office of parks recreation and historic preservation where they'd been stored since they were found and in the early 1970s tesla is rolling out more charging stations its electric cars the first two stations in boston and chicago opened on monday the new stations will take up less space and.

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