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"fenner" Discussed on WTOP
"Fenner and Smith incorporated both the registered broker, dealer and investment adviser. Member s I. P. C Look, McClure wtlv Traffic, Rick. Thank you. Now let's get your storm team for four day forecast. Here's NBC force Matt Ritter. It's been a warm but pleasant day and now an area of low pressure overhead is moving in with a lot of cold air aloft, destabilizing the atmosphere, so mostly cloudy skies moving in for this evening. We'll get a few scattered showers or a few thunderstorms. Some of those storms could have some large hail and some gusty winds otherwise warm but pleasant temperatures falling through the seventies and overnight. Any isolated showers So storms around will be ending early than mostly cloudy. Cool and comfortable clothes of being a load of it. Fifties for tomorrow Monday still little unsettled. Mostly cloudy cooler, more seasonable. Scattered showers has to be the load of its sixties. Tuesday. Mixture of clouds and sunshine mild a few spotty showers loaded and sixties Wednesday. Mostly cloudy were numerous showers. Moving back in hives will be in the low sixties. I'm store Team four meteorologist Matt Ritter. Thank you very much 69 degrees right now in Annandale, Virginia, 77 in college Park 76. Degrees in northwest Washington. Brought to you by mattress warehouse. Bye with confidence with one year price guarantee. Only at mattress warehouse sleep happens. Calm. Well, there's good news. If you want to get the vaccine in DC your time has come. The city was expected to interface to later on in the month. But after being able to fill appointments for those in the last year of Phase one, DC's Department of Health said it could move into face too early. So instead of April 19th April 12th is the day people 16 and up and who have pre registered with the city will be offered appointment. But to get an appointment,.
"fenner" Discussed on WTOP
"Lynch Pierce, Fenner and Smith incorporated both the registered broker dealer and an investment advisor member s I. P. C. Joe calm. We don't need you to be traffic. 17 4 meteorologist Lauren Rickets. I can hear the raindrops tapping on the windows behind me. Absolutely weakening. Continue to see some rain over the next couple of hours, and then throughout the middle part of the morning, we'll start to see some dried times. We are getting a little drying down through the central Shenandoah Valley down through Luxan 10 Charlottesville starting to dry out now, so this rain is pushing to the North and East and eventually that dry slot will work its way into the area with just a few isolated showers. So again, most of our Area right now inundated with rain, even a few thunderstorms and flashes of lightning. As we continue into the morning, we'll get a little dry period with just some spotty showers. And then after about three o'clock, Oh frontal system will push through the area and that will bring yet again another chance for some showers and thunderstorms to roll across the region. Now, some of those could be strong. And that's why we're weather alert today because we could see some damaging winds, some heavy rain and maybe maybe maybe an isolated tornado, although I think the threat is a little lower on that, But I want to put it out there just because the strong wind field we're seeing in the upper levels of the Miss fear either way, What we're seeing right now is associated with the warm front that's going to continue to live through the area. Now, once that does live through the area, and by about 10, 11 o'clock wins, they're going to pick up and they're gonna be out of the Southwest will see some gusts up to 25 miles an hour throughout the daylight hours that will take that temperature into the sixties and for today on even to the low seventies in some spots now as we head into of tonight, once the rain gets out of here, after about eight or nine o'clock, the winds will pick up even more and increase. We'll see when gusting over 45 miles an hour after about eight or nine o'clock, and that's when I expect the rain to end on then we'll have some winds overnight and through much of the day tomorrow and factoring in wind advisory starting at eight p.m. tonight and going until tomorrow morning. For most of our area tomorrow will be breezy as well. Gusts up to 25 Miles an hour, but lots of sunshine tomorrow. Temperatures cooler in the upper fifties, which is seasonable for this time of year, slight breeze on Tuesday. Back in the sixties, with plenty of sun and then Wednesday some more rain expected before temperatures drop into Upper forties by Thursday and Friday. Thursday Friday also breezy So we're talking windshields in the thirties. Oh, yeah, lots of a little bit of everything this week for people Vitti six right now in Washington leaves Birgit 50 project 57. And it's 54 degrees outside the w. T. O P studios brought to you by Mattress warehouse by with confidence with a one year price guarantee on Liam Mattress warehouse sleep happens dot com. It's 7 42. And every year, the Audio Publishers Association chooses the best audio books of the year in 25 categories. Top winner this year is a novel with a nod to the pandemic about a man trapped indoors forever. The best audio.
"fenner" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Lynch Pierce Fenner in Smith incorporated, both of registered broker dealer and investment adviser member s I. P. C. Rob Tackle a WB eggs traffic on the freeze. Thank you with the forecast with Matt Ben's Nice day today, sunshine. The winds will die down temperatures to the mid fifties along the coast low even mid sixties. In many inland areas. Partly cloudy overnight tonight 41 tomorrow Clouds increase. It gets windy. It gets chilly, and it gets Rainey. The rain will start late morning continued throughout the day. Temperatures remaining in the fifties right now 49 degrees in Boston Live local and fiercely independent. This is WBC news radio. Good morning. I'm Charlie Birds around here. The five things you need to know. It's 7 15. One year old towns and Boyd flown to Boston for treatment after he and his father are hit by a tree blown over by strong wind gusts. State police identifying the suspect in a Rockland armed robbery who was shot and killed by police and Quincy. As 36 year old Eric Leach. Health officials, reacting after Kobe cases are said to be on the rise on Cape Cod and the state reporting over 2300 new covert cases. And 40 additional deaths in the latest daily count back to one of our top stories today. The suspects in yesterday's Rockland 7 11 robbery shot and killed by police after stealing a police cruiser. And leading officers on a chase through six South Shore communities. The latest now with WBZ TV is Christina Rex, WBZ security analyst and former Boston Police commissioner Ed Davis says. What makes this case unique is not the stolen cruiser but the length of the chase and the amount of times the suspect managed to escape police. Each one of those individual things happens. Really frequently but combined together, this is an unusual circumstance. Leach was shot and killed by police once they finally stopped him in Quincy after a long effort by hostage negotiators..
Troy Finner to become next Houston police chief
"The houston police. Department's newly named leader is preparing to take over for chief art osservato. Who's heading to miami houston mayor. Silvester turner has selected current executive assistant. Chief troy thinner to replace osifo. Fenner says he has two main priorities. Says hpd's chief veered from the my gender is gonna be reducing homicides reducing violent crime at the same time building that trust in the community fenner from houston and has been with the department since nineteen ninety. Some critics say turner picked a new chief too quickly. Though and should have gotten more public input
"fenner" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Pierce, Fenner and Smith incorporated both registered broker dealer and investment adviser member s I. P. C. I'm Kevin Dean. Coco's next real time Traffic update. Just 10 minutes away Right now. Downtown. We are. Let's see partly sunny and 59 degrees. Good news time is 8 52. Netflix hopping on a recent trend. Another documentary on Britney Spears is in the works this time in Netflix, following the success of Hulu's The New York Times presents framing Britney Spears. The film by director Erin Lee car began prior to the debut of framing, according to Bloomberg. No details on the focus outside of its star car was behind the HBO documentary. At the heart of gold about the scandal surrounding physician Larry Nassar and the U. S. Olympic gymnast team. The framing Doc put the spotlight on Spears conservative ship battle with her father and how the media followed her obsessively and created misogynistic narratives in their coverage, which prompted her ex Justin Timberlake. To issue an apology. Vegans you consume. Get your chocolate fix with the launch of Ness. Lee's plant based KitKat, The vegan confection is set to hit the market later this year. At selected retailers. The candy will still feature its signature crispy wafer covered in chocolate. Leslie's head of confectionery, says a plant based kit Kat is the most requested item on its social media account. Well, it costly, complained leads to better Internet service for a California man and his neighbors. Instead of venting on social media, a 90 year old man was a bit more strategic when expressing frustration about his Internet service provider. Erin Epstein spent more than $10,000 to place newspaper ads targeting a TNT. One of them ran in Dallas this month with the company's headquarters are located together in New York City. Were Epstein hope to reach Wall Street investors. The ad mentioned that 80 and T had been advertising much higher Internet speeds than he was receiving. A short time after the ads ran, Epstein got a call from a TNT, which has since provided fiber optic Internet to his street in North Hollywood. That's Pam Puso reporting. Grab those beads. Today is Mardi Gras. But with coronavirus still spreading across the country, New Orleans won't have the same look and feel as it normally does. Gone are the floats and the parade's replacing, said My colorful home in long decorations for what's being called the RD Grow this year. Mardi Gras or Fat Tuesday falls the day before Ash Wednesday, which Marks the start of.
"fenner" Discussed on WTOP
"Lynch Pierce, Fenner and Smith incorporated registered broker dealer Remember S I P. C. Married to pump wtlv traffic Busy in the traffic center. Busy in the weather center. Let's go live down the storm Team four meteorologist Matt Ritter, Chris We do have a couple of rolls to the activity right now. Mostly over Falls Church, Arlington Southern D. C. Stretching through right through the middle of a Prince George's County. Very small bowl. Everyone will start filling back in again. Moderate to sometimes heavy snow will continue through early afternoon as we're doing with heart, one of this storm system today, the area of low pressure coming at us from the west. Part two will be late tonight into tomorrow as the area of low pressure re develops off the mid Atlantic coast, So it's pretty complicated for sure stole thinking about 14 inches for the listening area, but that's a range. A lot of us are already halfway there, especially in Virginia on temperatures are gonna be in the upper twenties to low thirties As we get closer to the late afternoon and evening, some warmer air aloft will start to move in. We'll change over to some sleet and freezing rain and some plain rain. There's also a dry punch of air start to come at us for West Virginia, so all that coming into play right now will seem to knock down some of the accumulations. This evening and overnight tonight, but it won't really lessen the impact is, you know we're still gonna have that wintry mix in some ice, So it's gonna be tough to travel this evening and overnight tonight, even during any more larger lull in the activity. Temperatures overnight will stay in the upper twenties to low thirties Then tomorrow Monday is the new area of low pressure I mentioned takes over and matures and heads towards New England. The wintry mix will change back over to all snow moderate at times, But for tomorrow, the additional accumulations look most probable North and west of D. C. So the big snowfall amounts are going to be out of our area, Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey Now, tomorrow's highs will be in the low to mid thirties. It's all out of here Monday night. Tuesday, Obie a Cloudy, blustery and cold day just some leftover snow showers or some flurries. Eyes to be in the mid Upper thirties and Wednesday. We'll have mixture clouds and sunshine highs will be in the mid to upper thirties 28 degrees right now on on Lee 29, Ashburn, 30 in southwest Washington and Matt. Thanks for that he's 30 degrees outside the W. T O P studios in Friendship Heights. At 9 53, a woman has been shot and killed inside a home in Prince George's County. Police say the shooting happened at around 9 30 last night on Dunkirk.
"fenner" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Pierce, Fenner and Smith incorporated registered broker dealer member As I P C K ABC weather tonight Rain with a chance of thunderstorms in the evening, then showers with a possibility of more thunderstorms after midnight lows in the mid forties to around 50 tomorrow showers with a chance of thunderstorms in the morning, then showers likely with more thunderstorms possible in the afternoon. Eyes in the mid to upper fifties. Right now, in downtown L A. It's 62 degrees. It's the power drive home after John Phillips it's Ben Shapiro. I three then Dan Bongino moves up to 5 P.m.. And Shapiro and Dan Bongino on your drive home today on 7 90 KBC traffic Next Go home can give you reminders Order groceries on and most importantly, play a M. 7 90 K ABC for yet just say, Hey, Google play kbc. Sure, Here's Gate and 7 90 KBC. BBC dependable traffics over the past slow traffic on the four or five north boundary between Getty Center and Roscoe Silver Lake, the one on one South bound before Silver Lake Boulevard. The stall is cleared. The traffic is slam from Hollywood Boulevard Lincoln Heights, the five South bound before the 1 10. That accident is cleared that traffic is heavy from those feelings Boulevard. Costa Mesa is slow on the 55 north bound in between the four or five and dire. Anaheim hills is stop and go on the 91 eastbound between Imperial Highway and Gypsum Canyon Corona is slow on that eastbound 91 as well, That's dependable traffic. I'm.
3 off-duty Harris County deputies shot outside Houston nightclub
"Three off duty. Sheriff's deputies were shot and wounded in Houston outside a nightclub while working an extra job. There was a fight that broke out, deputies were attempting to break up the fight. That one suspect that began to fire point. The deputies, Harris County Deputy Troy Fenner says one woman was killed. The suspect is in
"fenner" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Wsb 32 degrees. Now as we checked the morning drive again, and nobody will be cool Ray Carrier Sky copter. It's Mark McKay midtown and let it down to one lane. Jump down Marietta Boulevard heading toward the city, south of Bolton. Rosemary Fire rescue protecting your crash because again, just one lane open going south about Yourself that riot of Cobb County's fighting might be flashing lights off to the right with a crash 75 South out of Del crowed, not causing any hassles. 5 75 looks good out of Canton and I like what I see to start out 400 south between Al Perretta and bucket Arcaro know these 3 16 westbound tap on the brakes at Riverside Park Way. Sugarloaf Parkway. 85 south of Brief slows down at Indian Trail Road inside the perimeter. It's still a free into midtown sport. Brought to you by Merrill Edge. Self directed helps put investing within reach, get started in Merrill edge dot com. I'm slashed within reach Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith incorporated. Registered broker dealer member s I P c triple team traffic 95.5 WSB Go, mister and death aboard coming up in about 10 minutes. I didn't know this before today what happens today? The locks in George's electoral college votes for president. Coming up next on Atlanta's morning news, suspected car thieves crash and burn in midtown Atlanta He was on fire from here, so I'm gonna leave SP's Veronica waters, but health officials saying you'll need to give up during the holidays to protect your loved ones. Company. West Media's time is 6 37 at United Concordia Dental. We bring a personal approach to our said VIP dental plans. That's why comprehensive dental coverage starts with you with me. Are you a federal employee? Yes, then yes, you fed will retire. Reed. What about me? Yes, you too. How about me? I'm about to retire from the military. Yep. Great. When can we roll Federal Open season is November 9 through midnight Eastern Standard Time. December 14th..
"fenner" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith incorporated registered broker dealer member s I P. C. Now the forecast with strong team 10 meteorologist Kristina Ernie. Today, a mix of sun and clouds can be expected with cool temperatures just heading to the middle forties. Breezy winds make us 25 MPH giving us wind chills in the thirties. Tonight, temperatures fall into the twenties and low thirties Mostly sunny Thursday there 50 degrees. I'm Storm Team 10 meteorologist Christine Attorney on NewsRadio, 9 21 of 47 F. M. 37 degrees up next. Take a look at sports Ravens. Sin Steelers. You're gonna play this afternoon, but Colin, a covert bull. I guess it's been postponed. What, three times PC Friars Win the Maui Invitational. Your Iran's going to see basketball action tonight and ways to ease holiday shopping stress this year, 7 21. Now the Rush Limbaugh update proudly sponsored by Mike's Professional Tree Service. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that last month alone, there were 235 cases of salmonella linked to families who raised chickens in their backyards. So far this year, there have been over 1000 cases reported in 49 states and in Ohio. Something's happening there. They've reported the most cases. 73. Now as I'm sure, you know, contracting Salmonella is not a walk in the park within 12 to 72 hours, people come down with stomach cramps, fever, diarrhea, and it can usually last 4 to 7 days. It's not fun. So the C D. C has a stern warning Those of you who raised chickens in your backyards pay extra special attention because this could save you a lot of heartache and stomachaches. The CDC says that you people Should not kiss.
"fenner" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Pritzker today tried to maintain fiscal restraint and will not borrow the full amount made available to states from the federal government. Let's growl over confirmed Illinois would borrow $2 billion of the $5 billion that is available and now certainly work to continue to address our long term structural challenges in the coming session of the Legislature. We must Addressing Illinois's long term fiscal challenges that existed when I became governor will continue to be among my very top priorities he doubled down on not wanting to saddle the state with more long term debt. Illinois health officials reported 11,378 new and probable cases of covert 19 and 155 more deaths. Preliminary seven days. Statewide test positivity from November 18 through November. 24th is 12.2% President. Trump Pardon former national security adviser Michael Flynn. Flynn was central in the years long Russia investigation. Trump announced the pardon today, calling it his great honor. Flynn is the second Trump associate convicted in the Russia probe to be granted clemency by the president. The president commuted the sentence of longtime confidante Roger Stone. Just days before he was set to report to prison. WLS news time is 5 33 When questions find you Merrill Edge, self directed investing his personalized tools and insights to help you find answers get started at Merrill edge dot com slash within. Reach. Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith incorporated registered broker dealer member s I P. C. On the Kennedy outbound.
"fenner" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Pierce, Fenner and Smith incorporated both the registered broker, dealer and investment adviser member s I. P. C. Let's check the latest wook. Wife forecast. It's looking good meteorologist Jay Carr does. He hasn't for us? Hi, Joe. Thanks so very much a cool autumn weekend on the ways we move into the next few days, boys been beautiful out there this afternoon. As you know, lots of sunshine. The breezes have been up just a little bit temperatures in the low sixties. Tonight clouds on the increase. It'll be chilly lows in the upper thirties. Now tomorrow Mostly cloudy just kind of a cool day with temperatures around 55 Rain pushes in tomorrow night, but it's a quick mover. It'll be outta here by Sunday morning. The thing about Sunday it's going to turn windy. Increasing sunshine and temperatures in the upper fifties to near 60. All right outside right now, Nice conditions enjoy low sixties and lots of sun. Look, how do you crack into a tub of Magnum ice cream. Double sea salt caramel, with pleasure, cracked the rich outer shell to find caramel sauce and pieces of milk chocolates. World of vanilla ice cream tapped by now. This'll weekend Safeway signature farms. Frozen turkeys are 36 cents per pound with a tour. $5 purchase plus briars or Signature Select ice cream clan like ice cream novelties or good humor bars or the disco chips. Ahoy cookies are buy one Get one free with club card this November of Erin's Black Friday is all month long, with nonstop rent to own deals on appliances, electronic sand furniture, the bow on top, no credit needed and flexible payments on great brands like.
"fenner" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Fenner on Jeff but not so as well and joining us on the program now is our friend Evan brown Evan good morning thank you for joining us how are you good morning goodness gracious okay so this morning I guess I guess the topic of discussion is some businesses which we wouldn't think would be small businesses have been getting some big loans and I guess by definition they fit that but one businesses decided Hey we're gonna give this money back what's going on well I think they they decided to give it back after there's a bit of an uproar over it you know this paycheck protection program which is intended for small business operators to be able to keep their employees on payroll even though they can't the work that I and you should stay actually spend this money on payroll the loan would then eventually be forgiven in its entirety but the company here called shake shack which is a pretty big I believe regional but perhaps maybe it's bigger than that but the fast food chain but it's very profitable and has access to investor capital still was able to get a ten million dollar loan from this paycheck protection program this by the way is the thing that ran out of money the other day pretty quickly right yeah as people were applying trying to get loans that's ten million dollars that small businesses around the country didn't get access to because a big company like shake shack got it there's been a bit of outrage not just directed a check check with other big businesses that have been able to to do this and so shake shack is returning the money they say that they're able to raise money from investors anyway.
Word Of Faith's Pattern Of Abuse 'Got Worse Over Time,' Says 'Broken Faith' Author
"Jane Whaley was not satisfied with being a pastor's wife she believed god had bigger plans for her so she pushed against all the norms that kept her from the pulpit and found the church and spend their North Carolina called the word of faith fellowship the church's website shows people singing and smiling Jane Whaley at center stage from the outside it looks like a community of pious believers but some former members say the dangerous cult these people believe that Jane Whaley was their path to salvation and that if they did anything that went against her wishes they would get cancer and die or they would become drug addicts these are things that Jane way we would tell them it was Holbrook more he and Mitch Weiss a fellow AP reporter have been looking into abuse allegations within the church for years our colleague Rachel Martin spoke with them about their new book broken faith and just a note here the story does include descriptions of that alleged abuse there is two sides Jayme wellies yours that's sweet southern grandmotherly type and then there's the Jane that nobody sees except church members the one who screaming at the top of a longs congregants warning them that the devils have to come out it's like the Jekyll and Hyde right Holbrooke can you describe what people saw in her what was bringing them to this church I think that in the beginning when people would go to the church they were selling a lot of love yeah the members of this church they live in nice homes they drive nice cars the children are well mannered they have a Christian school so I think when a lot of families first go there everything seems great but over time Janeway Lee and her other ministers they take more and more control of your lives in fact a lot of times they'll remove children from their families home it and place them with ministers to be raised and what that does is over time sometimes those kids care more about the minister's than their own parents so it makes it difficult for families to leave so it's not a quick thing where you just walk in the door and they say Hey come on in you can come in you can never leave we're gonna take your television magazines radio all that away from you an institute all these rules it's a slow progressive thing and Mitch she when the other church leadership they would use family members against one another I mean hobar talked about how they would separate children sometimes as leverage but they got family members to serve as informants almost absolutely you have to realize they believe that Jane well it was a profit that god spoke to her and everything she said was the gospel and one of the techniques that she used what she had everybody informed on each other it was in a way she would have them tell her their deepest darkest secrets and then she kept the file of those secrets and if they threatened to leave or did something wrong she had all the evidence she needed there to keep them in line so it it was a range of emotional and psychological abuse but from interviews you did with a hundred or so former members you were able to reconstruct a pattern of a violent physical abuse can you just a lay out for us some of those more extreme examples of that yes it was something that that really got worse over time and you have to understand what her philosophy is the doctrine is is really pretty simple doubles a real and if you're a drug addict it's because you have this drug gavel if you know your alcoholic the same if you're having an affair it's the same thing there are there lawful devils and so what she would do is it was called devils and deliverance where they would have people surround you and scream at you at to get the devils out get out double yeah and and it will go on and on and on perfect example is with the baby if babies cry it wasn't because they were hungry or they had a dirty diaper it was because it was a devil inside them that was making them cry so you would have groups of people surrounding a you know in a fan and screaming until that baby would just get tired and finally you know go to sleep and not to scream it just it just to be specific this method call blasting they are they're right in front of the subject's face right there screaming into the baby's ears enter a like inches from her face exactly and that's how she started at the beginning with her congregants over time it became more and more violent it wasn't enough just to screen to scare the devils out of people now you had to punch people you had to hold them down to restrain them you had to choke them you had to do everything possible to get rid of that devil and that's when it became extremely violent that's where the people who who recounted their stories would break down to us they would tell us about their injuries and they couldn't go to doctors they couldn't be treated because they knew what would happen so they had to keep it secret but it's those beatings that that really it's still seared into their planes now they can't get rid of those images those nightmares there is a lot of suspense in this tale but it's it's not fiction I mean this is this is a real life accounting of how the church destroyed these lives but you're you're so specific I mean it reads like fiction though you could you've you're recreating dialogue how did you do that we tried to talk to as many people as we could about any particular incident that we wanted to write about let's not often interviewed him together multiple times over a period of five years really we look for please reports department social services child welfare investigation documents we have recordings from inside the church videos so we just tried to to use all the resources that we could find to tell this story in the most compelling way that we could several lawsuits have been brought against the church and its members over the years has anyone been held accountable for the abuse there are five people currently charged with assaulting a former member of the church Matthew Fenner he says that he was beaten to expel his homosexual demons back in two thousand thirteen but so far nobody's been convicted in that case and Matthew fenders waiting for justice the fact that you have the sheriff you have the district attorney all these people who have looked the
EPA Chief Pledges To Severely Cut Back On Animal Testing Of Chemicals
"Chemicals that might be dangerous to human health or might alter the environment are routinely tested on mice rats and other animals now though the chief of the environmental protection agency wants to change that as in here is no green filled voice reports he has ordered the EPA to dramatically reduce its use of animal testing one reporter showed up in a wood paneled room at the EPA's headquarters in Washington DC they were given a copy of an op ed it was from a college newspaper and it argued against needless research on animals the student who wrote it Andrew Wheeler is now the head of the EPA I wrote this article back in nineteen eighty seven I I didn't think we're that far away from banning animal testing then and I'm part of why I'm doing this today is because it's been thirty years and we haven't made enough progress on limiting animal testing as agency officials looked on he took up a pen and sign the Memel. his directive requires the EPA to reduce its requests for studies on chemicals like pesticides using live mammals by thirty percent in the next six years by twenty thirty five the EPA will be required to eliminate all routine safety studies using live mammals I really do think that with the lead time that we have in this sixteen years before you completely eliminate animal testing that we have enough time to come up with alternatives like tests on lab grown cells or computer models that could predict the chemicals affect he says the EPA will hold an annual conference on new methods and is funding researchers to help develop them sitting next to him were representatives of animal welfare groups like the Humane Society of the United States Kathleen Conley as its vice president of animal research issues I think this announcement is extremely important in a huge leap forward where a government agency is committing to an aggressive timeline two ends testing on mammals the move comes as the entire toxicology community has been moving towards alternatives Penelope Fenner crisp is a former top EPA official she says the EPA's pesticide program has recently made real progress in using new types of safety studies saving the lives of hundreds of thousands of lab animals still she says I'm always a little trouble with deadlines on efforts like this she says so far no one has developed new tasks for complex subtle health effects like ones that might hit animals reproductive systems and she says you can't necessarily dictate
EPA Chief Pledges To Severely Cut Back On Animal Testing Of Chemicals
"Chemicals that might be dangerous to human health or might alter the environment are routinely tested on mice rats and other animals now though the chief of the Environmental Protection Agency wants to change that as NPR's Nell Greenfieldboyce reports he has ordered the EPA to dramatically reduce its use of animal testing when reporters showed up at a wood paneled room at the EPA's headquarters in Washington DC. They were given a copy of an op Ed. It was from a college newspaper and it argued against needless research on animals. The student who wrote it Andrew Wheeler is now the head of the EPA wrote this article back in nineteen eighty seven. I I didn't think we're that far away from banning animal testing then and I'm part of why I'm doing this today's because it's been thirty years and we haven't made enough off progress on eliminating animal testing as agency officials looked on he took up a pen and signed a memo his directive requires the EPA he eh to reduce its requests for studies on chemicals like pesticides using live mammals by thirty percent in the next six years by 2035. The EPA will be required to eliminate all routine safety studies using live mammals. I really do think that with the lead time that we have have in this sixteen years before we completely eliminate animal testing that we have enough time to come up with alternatives like tests on lab grown cells or or computer models that could predict chemical's effect. He says the EPA will hold an annual conference on new methods and funding researchers to help develop them sitting next to him where representatives of animal welfare groups like the Humane Society of the United States. Kathleen Conley is vice president of animal research tissues. I think this announcement is extremely important and I'll huge leap forward where a government agency is committing to an aggressive time line to end testing on mammals. The move comes as the entire toxicology community has been moving towards alternatives penelope. Fenner Chris is a former top. EPA official she says the EPA's as pesticide program has recently made real progress in using new types of safety studies saving the lives of hundreds of thousands of lab animals still she says I'm I'm always a little trouble with deadlines on efforts like this. She says so far. No one has developed new tests for complex subtle health effects like ones that might hit animal's reproductive systems and she says you can't necessarily dictate how fast that will happen no Greenfieldboyce N._p._R.
"fenner" Discussed on WBAI
"And although we may be able to speak in multiple, I call it being fiscally bilingual. We normally have a dominant financial language like we have a dominant personality or we have a dominant love language. And so once you understand what your dominant financial languages, you kind of understand how you need to be communicated with money how you communicate about money. And then you can learn your spouses, your mate, your child your partners, how they communicate with money. And the reason why people argue is because they could be saying the same thing that they're speaking different languages, if someone like someone speaking Spanish and other person's speaking Greek they could both be saying, I love you. But because they don't understand each other's languages. There's going be a. A misunderstanding. And so that's what happens with money. You have a favor. You have a spender. They may be saying the same thing. I want to buy a house. I wanna do this. I want to do this. But the spender wants to spend spend, spend, spend spend and the sabre cringes. But the sabre says, no, we can't spend you can't stand. We need go on budget. But when a spender here's budget. We hear diet died deprivation, I can't we get these negative triggers. And so once we learn how to speak in each other's languages. We can have a better conversation. So if I want to save her to spend I need to involve them in the transaction asked him to help me shop around for a good deal. So we can save money and be in budget. Now, I've said several things that's going to hit their pleasure principle. And so that's what the book helps to teach people is that we have triggers. Good and bad triggers. We have pleasure principle when it comes to that. We have different. Dialects a different dialect means that one person may be a loving spender where they spend money on other people. That's how they spend money. But then you have a narcissistic spender a narcissist Fenner says, you know, what I worked hard for this money. I deserve this. I'm going to spend it on me, and they have two different mindsets. But they speak the same language languages spending. So that's why I'm excited about the book because it helps us to understand our financial languages in a different way and help us to communicate and provide examples of how to communicate with each other wonderful now you also work with entrepreneurs who are juggling full-time and part-time work through your to well entrepreneur program. Please tell us more about that. Yes. When I went back into the workforce. When I was a full time entrepreneur when I did it wrong because I did not plan prepare. I say I always say that I did not p right, right? So I did not plan prepare physician and praise right? And so I found myself having to go back into the workforce. Because the way my bills are set up. They still wanna be paid and an entrepreneur that's not making any money, technically unemployed. The problem was is that I I had health issues as well. So I need medical insurance. And so what I decided was I was going to go back into the well into the workforce to infuse the cash to get the benefits. So I can reinvest in my business and growl and the year that I did that I actually made more money with my side business than I ever had the entire time that I've had it because I was able to invest in going to conferences and best and couches and invest in certain things, and what I found is when people go into the workforce or in the workforce. Sometimes we get demonized or we feel. Demonize. But there are some people that legitimately, although they have an entrepreneurial mindset, and they want to eventually become full-time entrepreneurs. They have to do both. They have to have a job. And or they may want a job and do the entrepreneurial venture. And so that's where the concept of dual per nor came about it's not either. Or it's an and for some people. They want to be a doper nor for light because they understand multiple streams of income because we have multiple strings bills. But then there's some people that just need to transition. I don't wanna work for someone anymore. I want to be fulltime entrepreneur. But there's a right way to do that and dole for Noor ship help with that transition, and we just provide tips on how to do it the right way and the do's and don'ts as well. As resources legal resources, accounting resources website, designing resources that most open doors don't have time to do or may not have the expertise to do. So now, what exactly is it is it a support group is an online support group like? What is the vehicle through which you provide you services doper, nor dot com as a membership based group, and so when people become members they get access to webinars virtual networking sessions. We have a.
Trump Signals Consequences for Michael Cohen Over Secret Recording
"Noticed design flaws when he checked out duck boats operated on table. Rock lake in Missouri were seventeen were killed Thursday. When a boat capsized Steve, Paul claims, he told the owners that water could flood. The engines armed their, their votes would not pass DOT standards for roadworthiness. I'm Jim Krasula Branson, Missouri, those investigating the Duckbo tragedy on table rock lake say the tour boat company uses a private weather forecasting service. They wanted determine whether operators knew there was a possibility of severe weather when the boat went out Thursday evening. One big question did the boat captain. No, there could be bad storms. President Trump lashed out his former lawyer on Twitter saying, Michael Cohen may have acted illegally in secretly taping their discussion about a payment to hush up an alleged affair with a playboy model. CBS news correspondent Errol Barnett says that Cohen may be feeling the pressure to flip on his one time client, Michael Cohen, erased all mention of President Trump from his Twitter page that he is now. Hired a lawyer who is. Connected to the Clintons, and, Michael Colvin chose to speak with a news network and say that his first loyalty is to his family and. His country you get the sign in the sense that he may be willing to flip on President Trump former. Play by playboy model Karen McDougal claims. She, had an affair with Mr.. Trump after they met in two thousand six the Wall, Street Journal says the recorded September two thousand sixteen conversation between Mr. Trump and Cohen was about buying the rights to her story a. Doctor who treated former president George H W Bush was fatally shot by a fellow bicyclist while riding through our, Houston medical, complex Houston police assistant chief Tony Fenner the doctor was northbound on a bicycle The suspect was. On a bicycle as well throw. Pass rope has the doctor turned and fired two shots the doctor made it we went, down police are, trying to, determine, if the..
Delta cutting back on flights as fuel bills skyrocket
"Creating the world's number one off the road market player the business will operate out of kemp says headquarters in quebec the partnership with cam so which makes tracks and tires for construction equipment is expected to add fifty five million dollars in sales while lowering expenses the acquisition has michelin second this year in march michelin agreed to buy the uk's fenner a conveyor belt manufacturer for one point six billion dollars patrice sikora bloombergradio delta airlines is looking to offset the rising price of jet fuel by raising fares and cutting some flights the second largest us carrier set a benchmark gauge of pricing power will climb as much as five and a half percent in the third quarter that implies higher fares delta also said it would cut what it calls underperforming capacity the founder of papa john's pizza has resigned as chairman for making racist comments john schnatter's resignation comes seven months after leaving the ceo role for critical comments about the nfl's national anthem dispute papa john's says it will appoint a new chairman in the coming weeks nba's are finding technology firms sexy bloomberg's courtney donohoe has details culture creativity and flexibility are also reasons why grads prefer tech companies and silicon valley is hiring a new study by the graduate management admission council shows.
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"The first major us exchange offers a product pegged to the cryptocurrency bitcoin has risen more than fifteen 100 percent this year and about eighty five percent just in the past two weeks driven largely by demand from individual investors another record close for us equity markets the story on that from bloomberg's charlie pellett stocks advanced ending the we could records absolutist's jobs report bolstered optimism in the us economy the sp 500 index and the dow jones industrial average both closed records in light volume after data showed hiring increased by more than forecast in november and the unemploy german rate held at a seventeen year low for the week the sp 500 index was up four tenths of one percent advancing for a third week charlie pellett bloomberg radio in china factory inflation moderated which takes some of the pressure off of chinese policymakers to hake borrowing costs and chinese producer price index rose five point eight percent in november from a year earlier slowing from six point nine percent in october the consumer price index climbed one point seven percent that was less than forecast activist investor bill akman will likely face a jury trial next month over claims that he along with a collaborator engage in insider trading this in regards to the 2014 hostile takeover bid for both talks maker allergan by valiant pharmaceuticals this newscast was brought to you by bank of america merrill lynch giving you the power to trade smarter through the actionable insights and advanced analytics of traitor instincts that's the power of global connections merrill lynch pierce fenner.
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"And a sustainable future us power global connections merrill lynch pierce fenner smith incorporated member s i c they may together at least fat set quainton report in the wall street journal and shares are up 11 percent in today's trading session just happened shortly before the closing bell that on news after the most each on the part that cvs health is in talks to buy now let's break down with our own jonathan palmer bloomberg intelligence health care analyst i in our bloomberg 1130 studios bloomberg intelligence our inhouse group of analysts um this deal if a surprise it is a surprise in a lot of ways it makes sense because we've seen consolidation across all the healthcare industry but it's really been which saw day for see cbs first we had trump talking about the opioid epidemic and then we'll that was going on there is news they came out that amazon had filed for some firms he license and in bunches states and then on top of that we get this these that may be cbs's gonna buy it so there's a lot of noise in the market right now visavis what's happening in the drug distribution yes so what are the changes driving this y y you know we've we keep hearing about the problems insurers are having and how tough it's gonna be offered karen under a restrictions imposed by the president on on the affordable care act of the lack of subsidies is going to make the insurance market a crummy business to be in who in the right madam on a byword of these businesses right now well israeli question about vertical integration in we've seen a proxy for this with united healthcare they bought a p beyond called catamaran a couple of years ago to expand their presence in the pp and business and really what that does is it it mary's the drug benefits that somebody has with the medical benefits that they had to kinda take a holistic approach to managing and managing cost so everybody's talking to each other and managing the cost of a patient in his holistic method that theoretically drive down cost saneh that's the only model that looks like that so now we have you know the.
"fenner" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Court and get a surveillance warren based on it the i can remember arrived pound the table out here at a reverberates all across america forgive me on this folks i do my best to remember this as operational differences here operational habits formed in the eib southern command which do not old here so i will i did that on purpose but i'm going to trip talk myself out of the housing senate are investigating whether the obama regime he used intelligent disney the intelligence in this thing used intelligence me salacious trump the dossier as evidence before a secret federal survey it's five said they don't even say fix fights that bring those look vice is now so why not just say that before his secret fenner rule surveillance court to obtain permission to spy on donald trump campaign aides and later is transition gene the fbi use the dossier to secure permission to monitor the communications of trump associate carter pay inge based on us officials briefed on the russia invest to gauge cnn reported all that back in april now the latest enquiries began what were the fourth when the house permanent select committee unintelligent subpoenaed fusion gps the political opposition research firm based in washington hired by the democrats who were instrumental in creating this phony totally made up dossier now if it turns out there views this to go get a a warrant.
"fenner" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Tomfool research five years merrill lynch pierce fenner smith influential conversations from bloomberg television here's eric checks kerr i am here with none other than henry mcveigh here's the head of global macronet said allocate shen for kkr the private equity firm henry many people don't know also runs the firm's balance sheet i love it when you come here because you do something with us at so highly constructive you take us effectively on a global macro tour and in that process we inevitably find some surprising perhaps contrarian at the very least counter intuitive things that you have to say i want to start with china okay so here's what i'd say on china rv is in china has already had its crash i say i think many people are worried about the debt load in the china's going to slow down if you look at it in nominal terms which is of inflationadjusted thing about kick air will lots of businesses in china we've already seen a crash me nominal gdp when from 25 percent to six percent that's a massive fall off it's rebounded about one hundred percent to twelve analyst starting to set land so many of the southside economists focus on real gdp and it has slowed down by a nominal terms which is revenues in and paying your people generating profits for your investors we've already seen that so from our from our standpoint it's more we would say just a steady growth trajectory from here at a slower pace hear more interviews like this one on bloomberg television streaming live.
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