35 Burst results for "First Phase"

Can the School Boards Be Beat?

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:00 min | 22 hrs ago

Can the School Boards Be Beat?

"Charlie, how do I push back against my local school board? How do I push back against my local school board and all the nonsense that they're doing with masking and quarantining? Well, we have a great clip to play here, and we're going to play it in its entirety. It's actually someone who spoke out and the Naperville school district, and that is in the suburbs of Chicago. Every parent should be showing up to school boards across the country. You should have a zero tolerance policy if your child is required to wear a mask. There is no epidemiological reason at all whatsoever, especially at the phase that we're in right now, given the natural immunity widespread amongst many other reasons that your child should be forced to wear a mask. And there is zero reason whatsoever to let me say this differently. There is great concern that mandatory masking will have significant and serious damage. To your child and their ability to function and communicate. Let's go to cut one O four. It's a little long, but I want you to listen to this. This is a student who showed up at the school board, Naperville, school board, and decided to speak their mind to play tape. Thank you for teaching students that our own mental health is much less important than making triple vaccinated adults feel safe. Thank you for teaching me that even the most minute risk is not worth taking. Life is best when you take the path of least resistance with no chance of failure and definitely no chance of catching a cold. Thank you for not reaching out to the students, ask how we feel about masks because if you did, the majority of students would say that they hate masks. And then you might second guess your decision to make us wearable. Thank you for allowing me to experience the anxiety associated with never seeing facial expressions. Thank you for teaching us that we should never question authority or think critically, but instead we should follow whatever the people in charge tell us to do. Obedience is best. I realize now that thinking for yourself is overrated and not really necessary when you can just make decisions based on fear. Thank you for pushing your irrational fears and anxieties on me. Because I didn't already have enough to worry about. I realize now how easy I had it when I only had to worry about my classes, my grades, SAT, and getting into college. Thank you for teaching me that being a morally superior person, only requires that I cover my face for 8 hours a day. And that the most morally superior people were two masks, or even three masks. As you know, seats around us, Indiana, Wisconsin, Iowa, Michigan, and Minnesota, which have two and a half times more students than Illinois. Don't force cats. Don't force kids to mask. I'm with you, though. These states are out of control. Recklessly putting kids at risk of misery and death every day. Masks work, even if these states have the same outcomes as Illinois. Speaking of data, thank you for seeing silent without masks about masking despite the fact that COVID has a very high survival rate in kids my age. Who needs data anyway, though? We all know that it will never be safe to see anyone's face ever again. I mean, give that girl a metal. My goodness. I gotta give her credit. The sarcasm is so incredibly effective. When I speak at school boards a little more direct, but she's right. What we're teaching our kids, path of at least resistance, never take risks. Don't look at people's faces. Imagine you're in Naperville school board member, and they thought no one would cover this. I'm a little afraid about one thing though. I'm afraid that this poor young girl is gonna get raided by the FBI and being called a domestic terrorist because she disagrees. And you know what she makes a great point and Wisconsin and Minnesota and Iowa. They do not require masks on their kids and yet Illinois has the same

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Dr. Pierre Kory and Dr. Chris Martenson on Ivermectin and a Potential Cover-Up

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:14 min | Last week

Dr. Pierre Kory and Dr. Chris Martenson on Ivermectin and a Potential Cover-Up

"We now know from a document from project veritas that major Joe Murphy and the darpa document page four wrote that Ivermectin works throughout all phases of the illness because it both inhibits viral replication and modulates the immune response, things that you've been talking about. This document was hidden in a secret folder. Does that make either of you think that they've known that Ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine works this entire time from the top levels and are we witnessing a cover up? Well, we know that hydroxychloroquine is actually in an NIH paper around original SAAR. So classic SARS comes out in 2002 and three. By 2005, there was a paper out from NIH researchers saying hydroxychloroquine is an effective potent inhibitor of this, at least in an in vitro setting and also a mouse model, I believe. So they knew that. They knew that early on. And if you look at the so I call the, you know, this repurposed drug war. So this PR campaign on Ivermectin, the war and I have met in 2021. If, you know, the fact that they waged that war in 2020 through these fraudulent research studies fraudulent papers mentions the YouTube you could talk about. That can be explained by the fact infectious best explained by the fact they knew it

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Pastor David Englehardt Wants to Be the 'Exact Opposite of Richard Rohr'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:38 min | Last week

Pastor David Englehardt Wants to Be the 'Exact Opposite of Richard Rohr'

"Him. According to your version of the Christian faith, which I think is my own, is Richard rohr theologically orthodox and just iffy in some areas or is he really problematic? I think he would, I think most people would say he's really fuzzy about all about solid the solid issues. So I think he would probably consider himself orthodox, but he's fuzzy about lots of issues. He wrote a book called falling upward that I read a couple of years ago and it was basically a philosophical copy of this kind of second half of life concept and I know a lot of I know a lot of Christian progressives that are my age that are leaders that are thought leaders that find this guy to be like the monk on the mountain. So in some degree, I want to be the exact opposite of a Richard rohr, who's obscure, kind of find your own path kind of wander towards Jesus kind of stuff and maybe you'll find him in the tree or in the bird or in the next phase of his life. That's funny. And what I'm saying is, no, there are specific boundaries, and there are cliffs to fall off. One of the quotes my buddy John Mark McMillan wrote that song, oh, how he loves this. And he says, if grace is an ocean, we're all sinking. And I say in the book, you know, grace may be an ocean, but there's another body that should be familiar with, which is called the Lake of fire. We can sing about oceans of grace, but we must also balance that with lakes of fire because they're both represented in our story. And we can't have just this soft kind Christianity if we don't forget the hard and sharp

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Omicron may be headed for a rapid drop in US and Britain

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Omicron may be headed for a rapid drop in US and Britain

"The the Omicron Omicron surge surge may may be be headed headed for for a a rapid rapid drop drop in in the the US US and and Britain Britain the the very very it it has has proved proved so so contagious contagious that that just just a a month month and and a a half half after after the the first first cases cases were were detected detected in in the the UK UK and and the the United United States States it's it's running running out out of of people people to to in in fact fact scientists scientists say say there there are are signs signs that that Britain's Britain's wave wave of of new new daily daily coronavirus coronavirus infections infections is is dropping dropping from from a a record record peak peak and and is is about about to to do do the the same same in in the the United United States States models models from from the the university university of of Texas Texas predict predict daily daily cases cases in in the the U. U. S. S. question question this this week week well well the the university university of of Washington's Washington's model model projects projects cases cases will will peak peak by by January January nineteenth nineteenth and and then then fall fall sharply sharply much much like like what what happened happened in in South South Africa Africa even even with with the the drop drop off off could could be be destined destined pressure pressure on on hospitals hospitals will will continue continue for for weeks weeks and and experts experts warn warn that that much much is is still still uncertain uncertain about about the the next next phase phase of of the the pandemic pandemic I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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 Prescott, Cowboys celebrate with 56-14 rout of Washington

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Prescott, Cowboys celebrate with 56-14 rout of Washington

"Hours hours after after clinching clinching the the NFC NFC east east the the cowboys cowboys put put an an emphatic emphatic stamp stamp on on the the title title by by blasting blasting Washington Washington fifty fifty six six fourteen fourteen Dallas Dallas scored scored three three touchdowns touchdowns in in each each of of the the first first two two quarters quarters and and led led forty forty two two seven seven at at halftime halftime three three cowboys cowboys had had over over eighty eighty receiving receiving yards yards and and five five had had TD TD receptions receptions dak dak Prescott Prescott was was twenty twenty eight eight of of thirty thirty nine nine for for three three hundred hundred thirty thirty yards yards and and four four scores scores is is Dallas Dallas moved moved to to eleven eleven and and four four walk walk crushing crushing Washington's Washington's playoff playoff hopes hopes group group performs performs better better office office group group performs performs by by the the team team in in scoring scoring in in all all three three phases phases scorned scorned by by all all the the different different ways ways that that we we did did on on offense offense yeah yeah

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US Army Creates Single Vaccine Against All COVID Variants

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:12 min | Last month

US Army Creates Single Vaccine Against All COVID Variants

"Great news from the U.S. Army reported by Tara cop yesterday in defense one, and that is that the U.S. Army has created a single vaccine effective against COVID. SARS and other variants of COVID. Within week scientists at the Walter Reed army institute of research, expect to announce that they have developed a vaccine that protects people from COVID-19 and all its variants, even a Macron, as well as from previous SARS viruses that have killed millions of people worldwide. The achievement is the result of almost two years of research on the virus. The army lab received its first DNA sequencing of the COVID-19 and early 2020. Very early on, Walter Reed's infectious disease branch decided to focus on making a vaccine that could work against not just the existing strain, but all of its potential variance as well. Bravo, to Walter Reed spike, ferritin, nanoparticle, COVID-19 vaccine, or SPF N now I talked to my official toxicologist at the Hugh Hewitt show last night. And he said, look, that is great news, but they got to run a major trial before you can do any jumping jacks at major they had 3500 people. They got to roll it in. They got to do a phase two trial. But yes, very, very

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Kevin McCullough on the Left Losing Their Manipulative Powers

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:50 min | Last month

Kevin McCullough on the Left Losing Their Manipulative Powers

"Kevin McCullough, I want to talk to you about current events. I want to talk to you about CSI. Let's start with current events. You said to me earlier off the air that the left knows that it is, you know, facing disaster that the whole country is waking up to their secret agenda to destroy America, not that there's anything wrong with that. And so they're being I guess they realize they have nothing left to lose, so they're kind of basically acting very drastically doing anything they can possibly do. What do you think? No, I think that's right. And I think that what you're seeing is the reality that they are starting to be forced to accept that there's not that much that they can yet do. And so you're seeing whether it's governor hoeke in New York or mayor de Blasio as he's going out the door or even Joe Biden, the insistence that we're going to, when they talk about, for instance, the mandates, the vaccine and the masks and stuff, they're still talking like it's march of 2020. This omicron scare has not scared anybody. In fact, all the medical professionals have looked at it and said, this might be the end of COVID-19 in terms of the deadly phase of it because this virus wants to live. It's figured out how to mutate itself into a version that won't kill its hosts. And there's a lot of reasons to be optimistic. They can't allow the country to become optimistic. Because in order to hold on to those emergency power orders that they had in all those states where they could control all the voting mechanisms, you have to keep everyone under lock and key and complete fear. So right now, what you're seeing is the coming awareness of, oh, we're not going to have these same tools to manipulate with in the future.

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Iran Increased Nuclear Activities Under New Biden Admin, Compared to Trump

Mark Levin

01:11 min | Last month

Iran Increased Nuclear Activities Under New Biden Admin, Compared to Trump

"You Weeks after Biden's election Iran's guardian council approved a new parliamentary law mandating a significant escalation of the country's nuclear activities And what they write in this piece it's an excellent piece Benham Ben Tabu blue If I mispronounce it sorry and Andrea sticker It's a little easier What they explain is under Trump the Iranians would not do this sort of thing Because they feared him but under Biden it's almost as if they're encouraged by the actions of this administration And so when Biden got elected they started to quote phase in hundreds of events centrifuge machines That can more efficiently produce enriched uranium than older JCPOA permitted models So they put in advanced machines essential for any Iranian attempt to sneak out of its non proliferation commitments That is make a covert dash for a bomb In August they reportedly produced 200 grams of uranium metal using 20% enriched uranium Tehran is no immediate civilian need for the material which can be used in the core of a nuclear

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Scholz succeeds Merkel as German chancellor, opening new era

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

Scholz succeeds Merkel as German chancellor, opening new era

"Schultz Schultz has has become become Germany's Germany's ninth ninth post post World World War War two two chancellor chancellor opening opening a a new new era era for for the the E. E. U.'s U.'s most most populous populous nation nation and and launch launch the the calling calling me me off off to to Merkel Merkel sixteen sixteen year year tenure tenure Schultz Schultz is is government government takes takes office office with with high high hopes hopes of of modernizing modernizing Germany Germany on on combating combating climate climate change change but but faces faces the the immediate immediate challenge challenge of of handling handling the the country's country's toughest toughest phase phase yet yet of of the the corona corona virus virus pandemic pandemic lawmakers lawmakers voted voted with with a a wide wide margin margin to to elections elections Merkel Merkel who's who's no no longer longer a a member member of of parliament parliament looked looked on on from from the the spectators spectators gallery gallery as as the the vote vote took took place place lawmakers lawmakers gave gave her her a a standing standing ovation ovation as as the the session session started started I'm I'm Charles Charles to to look look at at my my

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N.Y.C. Sets Sweeping Vaccine Mandate for All Private Employers

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:02 min | Last month

N.Y.C. Sets Sweeping Vaccine Mandate for All Private Employers

"Hey everybody that is prager from the free state of Florida. Let's have cheers, Sean. Cheers for Florida. A standing ovation. That's correct. You know why it's free and California isn't that New York isn't? Because it's run by Republicans. Never has the clarity of the utter unbridgeable moral gulf intellectual gulf honesty gulf scientific gulf between the left and right been clearer than through COVID. That's right. Basically the states run by the left lie to you. And lock you down. Bad combination. Play play the spectacular fool who was the mayor of New York City. Mister de Blasio play him for us, please. Our youngest kids. We got to reach them now. Right now in the city, it's about 20% have gotten vaccinated in that 5 to 11 range. It's new. The vaccines relatively new. But what we're trying to say to parents is it's urgent before a crime grows before Delta continues to stress this even worse in the winter months. Get your kid vaccinated. And here's an incentive to do it. A lot of parents, of course, want to take their kids out to wonderful things that will be happening in a holiday season. Here's a reminder, get your child vaccinated. Just one dose will immediately qualify any child to be able to participate in those activities. But look, I'm a parent, and I remember vividly when my kids were going to school, you don't end up in a situation where a child is left unprotected. I urge parents really strongly. Get that vaccination. It's safe. It's been proven. Here's another incentive to do it. So it's one dose for children but two now for adults. Is that right for the program? We're going to be phasing in two for adults as of December

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Auckland reopens as New Zealand tries new virus approach

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Auckland reopens as New Zealand tries new virus approach

"Oakland Oakland has has re re opened opened as as New New Zealand Zealand tries tries a a new new virus virus approach approach balls balls restaurants restaurants gyms gyms have have reopened reopened in in Oakland Oakland as as the the lost lost major major parts parts of of the the lockdown lockdown that that lasted lasted more more than than one one Hundred Hundred Days Days ends ends New New Zealand Zealand has has not not become become a a new new phase phase in in its its coronaviruses coronaviruses bones bones he he wished wished it it would would be be lockdowns lockdowns but but people people will will be be required required to to be be fully fully vaccinated vaccinated and and prove prove it it with with vaccine vaccine policies policies in in order order to to access access many many services services the the government's government's decided decided that that vaccination vaccination rates rates are are not not high high enough enough to to switch switch to to this this new new system system the the threat threat posed posed by by the the new new Omicron Omicron Verint Verint has has not not changed changed plans plans for for the the reopening reopening although although New New Zealand Zealand house house restricted restricted travel travel from from nine nine at at southern southern African African countries countries I'm I'm Charles Charles through through this this month month

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Snippet with Julia Newbould

Radical Self Belief - The Mojo Maker© Podcast

05:19 min | 2 months ago

Snippet with Julia Newbould

"Another thing is that even if you're not in your 40s or 50s, you much younger, you've probably still got money that you don't think you have because if you've got a super fun and you've got insurance to that super fund, which typically people do, you've got a couple of $100,000 there. So there is a meaningful amount that everybody's leaving, but you know you've got to figure out what it is that makes you take and what you want to leave behind. I mean, personally, I love the arts and I have had a lot of pleasure going to theater and concerts and so on. So when I really thought about what I wanted as my legacy, I want to help someone perform in the odds that probably wouldn't get a chance before. And it's very complex to set it up and you really think about what how would I pick that person, you know, after I'm dead, who would choose that person and you know I had to think about, well, which of my friends would be good to put in those positions and you know, that's the kind of fun part of it. I think the thought that we're going to die, that's not a fun part. But you've got something positive to leave behind. That can be very, very pleasant. And I think that that has actually made me feel less afraid to die, knowing that there's something that I will leave behind. It's so interesting the word mortality. I mean, I lost my father a couple of months ago. My mom's 81. So once you get to a phase where you start losing your parents, then you start thinking about what's next. And also when we talk about legacy, we're not just talking about when we pass on. I know a lot of CEOs and business founders and people they're trying to bring their children through their leaders inside the corporation legacy is not just, I guess you're well on testimony. It's also if you founded a business or you've got something going, what happens with all that vision and creativity and culture that you're trying to create. So there are many footprints that we leave as individuals. And I just wanted to say I love the fact that you found who would be if the executioner of your will who would have the charter of putting up this fund and finding those people, you found that a fun thing that bought light to what would normally be a discussion and a thought process, most people just don't want to go to. Yeah. And I think that bringing up the discussion that's really difficult. And I think it was this time last year I was talking to a lawyer and we were talking about wills and he said, now he's a good time. You know, the families get together for Christmas. You know, when everyone's together, talk about your will and your parents will and what they expect and what a siblings maybe you eat expect to do for your parents and so on. And what you expect for your children as well. So depending on what stage of life you're at, it's a good time when the families together to bring things out in the open. Because there's so many things with wheels. You know, if you have more than one child and you don't want to split things evenly or even if you do, you know, the kid's going to say bit so and so got something more when I was alive when you know it's a very complex area and can cause so much family problems. And I think getting yourself right in your own ground and energy is the most important thing. But you know, why do you think that we have money in itself as a topic? The other thing about this is a lot of people feel they don't have enough. So once you start looking at what do I need to retire with so my legacy after work, let alone what do I need to pass over? Is that if he actually front you from a lot of people because there was a thing going around Instagram that said, if you retire with a $1 million, you know, you have to live off 33,000 a year, so to speak. But a lot of people can't even imagine retiring with a $1 million at the moment. And so there's a lot of fear around not having enough right now, let alone set sparks a lot of triggers in people that what if I'm not wealthy enough? How do we know our idea of wealth and how can we be comfortable with what we have now in order to do the next step of planning? How do you help that discussion with your read is even? I think all of it, you know, whether it's your will or whether you've got enough money. To be discussed. And I think it's the way that it comes up in conversation. And so for myself, I read a book a couple of years ago with Kate McCallum a financial adviser. It's called the joy of money. And basically, we looked at money as it's not a discrete topic. You don't talk about money as separate to the rest of your life. It's the enabler for what you want to do in life. So can you afford the holiday break it down? You know, what do I need to leave each week? It's hard to talk about the future without looking at what you have now and is that enough is that satisfying is that giving you pleasure? Can you turn that down and swap work for life after you get retirement age? It's a difficult topic. And I think there's so much going around about how much you do need in retirement. And you know that $1 million figure. Yes, you know, you're living off 33,000 a year, but that's if you don't draw down on the capital. And at some point, maybe you will draw down on the capital. You know, that's what most people will do. But you've got to look at it and figure out what would you do if that was all you had. If you had 33,000, how would you make up the shortfall if you're going to have a shortfall in your life and think about alternatives? You know, retirement now isn't just shut the door on your job and you walk away. You might do something part time. You might do the same job part time. You might change careers.

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Ridder does everything for No. 3 Cincinnati in rout of SMU

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Ridder does everything for No. 3 Cincinnati in rout of SMU

"Desmond Ridder throws for three touchdowns runs one in and catches another at C. F. P. number five Cincinnati blast Southern Methodist forty eight fourteen the Bearcats kept their college football hopes alive by dominating the Mustangs in all three phases writer help Cincinnati outgained SMU five forty four to one ninety nine well the Bearcats special teams blocked a field goal and a punt return had a senior day to remember with his five touchdown performance he left the game with this team up forty one nothing at the end of the third the Bearcats improved to eleven and well I assume you fall state in three I'm Danny cap

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Taylor, ground game help Colts find easy path past Jets

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Taylor, ground game help Colts find easy path past Jets

"In a game that produce more than one thousand yards of total offense the colts prevailed beating the jets forty five to thirty Indianapolis running back Jonathan Taylor rushed for one hundred seventy two yards quarterback Carson Wentz pass for two hundred seventy two obviously we and all three phases love to finish better but to get up early and kind of you know those first I think for Dr thank you scored offensively that was definitely encouraging and someone used third string New York quarterback Josh Johnson came into the game in the second quarter when Mike white left with an arm injury Johnson passed for three hundred seventeen yards and three touchdowns as the jets fall to two in six at the colts improved to foreign five Tom McCabe Indianapolis

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 The Latest: G-20 compromise on coal, carbon neutrality

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

The Latest: G-20 compromise on coal, carbon neutrality

"World's biggest economies have agreed to end a public financing for coal fired power generation abroad but they've set no targets for phasing out coal domestically according to the final meeting communique the group of twenty leaders also made a compromise commitment to reach carbon neutrality by all around mid century the leaders represent more than three quarters of the world's greenhouse gas emissions that meeting was expected to lay the groundwork for the UN climate conference in Glasgow Scotland that's now opened G. twenty summit host Italy could be looking for solid targets on how to reduce emissions while helping poor countries deal with the impact of rising temperatures I'm

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A highlight from Optometry Podcast: Transitions XTRActive Polarized and Transitions XTRActive New Generation Lenses.

Defocus Media

05:06 min | 3 months ago

A highlight from Optometry Podcast: Transitions XTRActive Polarized and Transitions XTRActive New Generation Lenses.

"And we want to get into. The details of these products will begin start offering our patients are. We'll talk about extra active polarized i. It was showcased at vision. Expo east and the transitions. New generation lenses were demonstrated at the transition to the studio in jean. What was the driving force behind those two new product introductions for twenty twenty one i would have to say it's definitely innovation. Innovation is it's part of transitions. Dna as you know. We have a team of our d. scientists that are constantly trying to improve our products. Improve the or clarity improve. The outdoor darkness color perception activation invade speed. And it's through this innovation that we've been able to extend the transition's extra active line of lenses with these new launches dot governor. You're there you've got to see this product in person. And i mean what would what happened at the transition. The studio in the transistor's the pulse. We'll let me tell you. When i saw this technology fell out of my chair because i was blown away i mean innovation innovation innovation. When they say that it's in the dna it truly is. I mean we've seen that over the years of prescribing from the chair of educating our patients and the one thing we know that our patients love definitely innovation so to be able to go into the exam room and have this conversation after. I saw this amazing technology by patients. Were just blown away. Just like i was so for me. It was an exciting day. Exciting time and just super exciting technology and innovation in general. I think this phase into mine because there is polarized dishes lennon's that's been available now was ago transitions vantage. It was the first bit acrylic lens to offer variable polarization. How does this new transitions. Extra active colorized blends differ. Well for those transitions vantage fans. Let's start off. What's the same transitions extracted. Polarized lenses are clear with a hint of ten indoors in offer dynamic polarization. Meaning they go from clear to extra dark and polarize when activated and transitions extract. Polarized differ from transitions vantage lenses. In a few ways these are now clear than ever indoors. We've added visible light activation in the car they reach up to ninety percent polarization and they're twice as fast feedback. There's are major. Improvements is huge. I mean that's one thing that we always want to see it better with innovation and technology. Right we have this conversation with our patients A lot of times they think of the old school way of how lenses were and now we have something that we can bring to the tablist going to really Satisfy their thirst when it comes to lens technology. Yes a really patients have everything they loved about vantage in transitions extractive polarized or with sharper vision. Larger field of view and more vivid colors that brings to mind a natural question little transitions. extract polarized. Replace the transitions vantage linda. Lenses yes as we continue to launch roll out the transitions extract of polarized products. We will begin. Phasing out transitions vantage nice. Nice so i want to talk about another polarize option. Because i know that the transitions portfolio is just wide. I mean you have pretty much anything you can think of to accommodate any patient that sitting in front of us. But how does the transition extract of polarized compared to the transitions drive where Because i know that's another option. That's out there as well. So what's the difference in. How do they compare to each of it. Well it can about it. You know we we did. Just talk about the benefits of transitions. Extract polarized lenses and there are a great option. Your primary care because they're clear indoors and at night now. Transitions drive where lenses. they're always polarized. And the photo comex they start off all color and then adapt between three colors specifically designed for different driving scenarios and they adapt to light behind the windshield and outdoors. So you're really getting a length that helps remove glare off the road and hood of your car So it really helps for peach picture. Perfect drive i would say transitions drive. Lenses are a great option as a second pair especially for anybody that spends part of their driving. The driver is almost like a sophisticated son. Last is going to agra. Adjust that it's never gonna be your indoor pair of lenses for that transition extract polarize could take you indoors two outdoors. Yes absolutely. We've seen a lot of questions on social media you know. Color hugely mirrors are hugely. End and transitions has done a great job of answering the call to bring the people what they want so some of the questions. We've been seeing at around. Social posts are are the transitions extract. Polarized lenses gonna be available in other colours. Rick mears

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Brady tops 600 career TD passes, Buccaneers rout Bears 38-3

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Brady tops 600 career TD passes, Buccaneers rout Bears 38-3

"The Tampa Bay Buccaneers dominated in all phases of the game and route to a thirty eight to three victory over the Chicago Bears Tom Brady threw four touchdown passes three of them to Mike Evans giving Brady six hundred two for his career thus far Jaelyn Jordan ran a punt back forty three yards to set up a letter of Fournette touchdown and the defense bottled up the bears all day Justin fields past four hundred eighty four yards but threw three interceptions fumbled three times losing two of them and was sacked four times Tampa Bay is now six one one the bears drop to three and four I'm Tom Macon's

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Attorney: Cruz to plead guilty to Parkland school massacre

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Attorney: Cruz to plead guilty to Parkland school massacre

"The lawyers for accused Florida school shooter Nicolas Cruz said he plans to plead guilty to the twenty eighteen massacre the guilty plea for accused Florida school shooter Nicholas Cruz would set up a penalty phase where the twenty three year old would be fighting against the death penalty in hoping for life without parole attorneys told the judge that cruise plans to plead guilty next Wednesday to seventeen counts of first degree murder in the February twenty eighteen shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school the police will come with no conditions and prosecutors still plan to seek the death penalty that will be decided by a jury but that trial has not yet been scheduled I surely outlier

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"first phase" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"first phase" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The first phase is just normalization. Hey, what is historically a normal interest rate. Where should bond yields be wishes? The Fed funds rate B. You want to call that 2 2.5 3% pick a number. It doesn't matter that can be a effectuated gradually over time, especially if the Fed gives lots and lots of notice that hey, lower for longer is now lower for shorter and not so love. The more challenging part is gonna be one day off in the future, theoretically will see inflation start to rise. I think Wall Street economists are wildly Miss timing that it is an imminent There's so much slack in the labor market. Even with the rush of pent up demand, you know they'll be some transitory inflation. The bigger question is what happens in 24 25 26 when you start to see more systemic inflation working its way in Will the Fed have the carpet courage of its conviction to go from zero to normal and then from normal? Tightening where they're legitimately using rates to restrict inflation. And that's still years off was years off. And yet people have long term portfolios that they're trying to arrange and manage. Right now. I know you talk with them. Very. I mean, what do you recommend? They stay away from 60 40 because of this conundrum that the Fed faces later on. What do you say? You know what That model has worked. Stick with it. We don't know anything better. Well, you know, you don't have to be married to 60, 40. And given where yields are, you could look more. It 70 30 on the ultra high end on the high net worth. You could look at things like structured notes. If you're looking for yield than if you're in the right state municipal bonds in a in a taxable accounts, certainly And make up some of the yield issues. Keep in mind the key purpose of a 60 40. Yes, Yield, and coupons are important, but the volatilities dampening the ballast to offset your tendency to panic. And, as Tom said, moved all cash. You know, the triple livered cash portfolio was not appropriate for people in their thirties or forties. They just have too long. Oven investment horizon. But when the market's down 40% and you're all equity, you're down 40% and a lot of people simply way live with that. Very are you endorsing Tom Keen's triple effort? Cash powerful, You know, you telling him this is the right thing for him right now. So the optimal portfolio is not the one that generates the highest return. It's the one that you can live with, not wake up in the middle of the night feeling like you need to throw up and then liquidating the next day. And missing. Think about how many people never got back into the market. After all, we don't know We were getting emails 2011 2012 2013. Hey, I panicked out in 2000 and eight and when you went back in and Oh, nine. I thought you were crazy. I need help. I'm I'm in Tom Keen's triple old cash et f. It's much more challenging toe right out on all equity portfolio. Then having a 70 30 or in 80, 20 or something. That means that when you see the s and P down, 40%, you're not down. 40%. We're gonna leave it there. Barry. Thank you so much. I got eight other things to talk about. We will Consider that into this week with very rich Holtz, of course of Bloomberg opinion, Lisa really into me a seismic shift day. This is not a normal beginning of the week. No, because you're getting those record highs. But you're also getting a significant move in benchmark yields a significant move in the expectation of inflation and, frankly, everything rally very much hitting commodities and their different drivers of everything, Tom, but it's leading to this belief that their inflation trade can lead to a happy ending. Where you end up with just a soft landing and everything just moves on after the pandemic. That's wonderful soul, thanks to Rob Caroline, particularly for his work short notice on the cold across the Midwest State. Warm out there. Kim Wallace Thing, CEO and founder of Camel all settled beyond 10 O'clock hour this morning, Please stay with us on radio on television. Through the day this, his Bloomberg Hey, yeah. All your food is out there. I'm unwrapping a McDonald's.

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"first phase" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"first phase" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"The Birmingham movement and Selma Martin Luther King Jr is 12 year old granddaughter, Yolanda Renee King spoke today at the March on Washington. She was joined by thousands of others calling for social justice and police reform. A year before he was assassinated. My grandfather predicted this very moment. He said that we were moving into a new phase of the struggle. The first phase was a civil rights and they do faces quality. King spoke from the same place where her grandfather spoke 57 years ago when he delivered his famous I have a dream speech. The Biden Harris campaign announces the ticket will start campaigning across the country after Labor Day. Until now, most of the Democrats events have been virtual University of Virginia professor of government. Larry Sabato says that he anticipates President Trump will be on the road. Quite a lot. We've got lots of signals at the Republican convention that Trump and his family and key aides understand that he is clearly behind. Biden is the front runner and Trump is is at least five or six points behind, probably more than that, And as a consequence, you run a different kind of campaign. Trump has got to use every day as though he were 10 points behind because he may well be. Amazon says it's buying 1800 electric delivery vans from Mercedes Benz. That's the biggest such order for the German automaker to date and announcing the order. Mercedes said that it would also join a climate initiative established by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos by signing up for the pledge. Mercedes commits to going completely carbon neutral by 2039. And now your forecast.

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"first phase" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"first phase" Discussed on KOMO

"About Chan Parkway around the five crew report to come a road Self 167 still sing contention as well. Just after Highway 18. To the summer area. RDX couple Traffic is a 5 44 And looking at the forecast. We have Abby, a cockney watching them for us. We are tracking sizzling heat across much of Puget sound. In fact, it is the hottest day of the year so far see techies Wells into Olympia highs in the low to mid nineties. Getting close to records will be tracking that heat advisories until eight o'clock through much of the greater Seattle area into the South Sound. Also, red flag warnings hoisted through eight PM for portions of the western slopes, the Cascades overnight and comfortable sleeping weather. Unfortunately, with lows only down to the mid fifties to the low sixties, a little bit cooler tomorrow. I'm meteorologist Abby accounting to cover Weather Center and Abby says the record at Sea Tak was 95 back in 1998. Well right now it's 93. Vice President Mike Pence has a widely distributed Corona virus vaccine could be on the horizon soon today here Of the University of Miami. We will begin the first phase three clinical trial for a Corona virus vaccine in the United States. ABC is Mark Millar joins us on the co Moh news line with more on this vaccine trial entering the final phase, and this one involves tens of thousands of volunteers around the country. Mark Yeah, 30,000 in total for this one vaccine, and we know that there are more coming down the pipeline. This is a U. S. Developed a vaccine. But there's developed vaccine out of Oxford that can It's going to be doing us testing pretty soon. I think in August Johnson.

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"first phase" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily

Coronavirus Daily

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"first phase" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily

"Almost a hundred and fifty thousand people in this country have died from the virus. And the United States has well over four million cases. Researchers say it can be hard for our brains to keep track of just how this outbreak is fact? Neurons are neurons. In such a way that we only respond to change Elke. Weber professor of psychology at Princeton says after four months of hundreds, even thousands of people dying every day. It might have started to feel. Normal I think was any kind of consistent danger of people get used to situations like that. When you live in a war zone after while still fear every day. Risk becomes just baseline Weber. Talk to my colleague Elsa Chang about why. That is and how to think about the pandemic differently. But when I'm thinking about, say a war zone the example that you brought up. During a war it's clear who the enemy is, but during a pandemic is the sense of the enemy vaguer, and therefore the toll that that enemy is taking on a society isn't as clear cut absolutely. I think that what you said is so true so many different ways, so let let's decompose that one of them is. That was covert with dealing with the small virus. It's not something that most people can visualize so I i. I completely rec-. I think the other thing that makes it really hard to act appropriately is the lag between our actions and the consequences young. Ed, so if not wearing a mask of getting in contact with somebody who she has called it would make. Instantaneously that would be a very different situation because we would get feedback about what works and what doesn't work. At the fact that the reaction comes in a week or two weeks later or maybe not at all probabilistic. That certainly lots designed to teach us what good behaviors! So then how do we make these astronomical statistics more than one hundred forty thousand deaths already? How do we make them resonate more with people? Once they just people are not very good with large numbers. And so to put it into context, for people can imagine what it means like can be very helpful, so if takes a current death toll of covert, which one hundred forty thousand. And you divide that not into the American population, which is a little bit more than three hundred million. That means that one in two thousand Americans has died already, right? That's one very good way of doing the other one would be to say well. What Townsend citizens of the US has been wiped out at this point. And if you live in New Jersey. That would be the paterson. New Jersey is gone. It's a population of forty five thousand. New York. INTO NEW CONTEXT SYRACUSE NEW YORK. It's gone wiped out. A whole town city wiped the virus. Custody! California is gone. Ohio Waco Texas. Yes, so depending on where you are making it local and making it concrete us in can really help. That does totally reframe the number in my head when you just at that. You have drawn parallels I understand between how people are responding to the current pandemic, and also how they've been responding to climate change. Tell us what are the similarities you see in those two responses. So. Both covert an climate change in both cases. We don't experience consequences of our current actions right now. But in both cases, early action really matters so this is also the recipe into a chance that we might actually pseudo fluent some essence that it it makes sense on the one hand to pay attention to science. The science is us. That early action matters. Our personal experience doesn't do so, but science does. But can also seeing that sort of government intervention is not necessarily a bad thing. When we talk about paternalism, paternalism is not necessarily a dirty word governments as to protect us. From from exactly circumstances like that, so that might be a positive takeaway that can be applied to greater willingness to do something climate change. Elke Weber professor of psychology at Princeton talking to my colleague. Elsa Chang additional reporting in this episode from our colleagues at all things considered and morning edition, and from NPR's Richard, Harris, for more news, download the NPR ONE APP or listen to your local public radio station, supporting that station makes this podcast possible, do it. I'm Kelly mcevers will be back with more tomorrow. Every business has to figure out what to charge for its product and how to keep out competitors you know who does this better than anyone else? Drug dealers on the next episode of Planet Money Summer School. We explain pricing theory with a drug kingpin summer school new classes. Every Wednesday listen at a planet money from NPR..

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"first phase" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily

Coronavirus Daily

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"first phase" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Integrative Therapeutics Creator of Physicians Elemental Diet a medical food developed by clinicians for the dietary management of IBS, IBD and S I B O Under the supervision of a physician. Almost thirty thousand people split into two groups. One group gets the vaccine on group doesn't. That's what you do in what's called a phase three vaccine trial? And the first one in the US started today a little over three hours ago. The first injection occurred for the phase three trial of a vaccine to protect against covid nineteen. That's Dr Francis Collins head of the National Institutes of health. The NIH is working on the vaccine along with the Biotech Company Madeira. By. The way that first person who has injected was in Georgia forty five this morning in Savannah. Georgia multiple sites have been activated including in Florida and other states with as a lot of activity Dr Anthony. FAUCI was asked how soon researchers could know if the vaccine works I would say it likely would be towards the end of the year somewhere. November so it could be earlier. November December likely. Let's be clear. That is not the same thing as the vaccine being widely available. Still just to get to this phase. Three trial researchers had to know the vaccine was safe and effective in small groups of people. Now scientists have to find out. Will it keep large numbers of people from getting sick, and here's the big question if it does work for how long it is reasonable to assume that the vote, the protection for a timeframe of Wauneta, three years Florian Cramer at Mount Sinai in New York, worked on a study of twenty thousand people who had mild to moderate cases of covid nineteen. He says after getting the trial vaccine. Ninety percent of people had antibody responses that lasted at least three months. And those antibodies neutralized the virus at least in the lab. Researchers hope this is a good sign for longer term immunity, but of course we are scientists. We have to prove that right, and so that's why everybody's cautious about it. If those antibodies Wayne over time it is still possible that other parts of your immune system could help like these cells called t cells. T cells are very important in fighting viruses. We know that Dr Cari NATO Stanford University and so one thing that we're looking at as the antibodies Wayne, to the t cell responses also Wayne. Because those t cell responses can kill the virus and researchers think your immune system might have a stronger reaction to a vaccine than. Than it would to a regular infection in the real world what we know from many other infections, the vaccine response can be much more durable than the natural infection response Adrian. Hill at the University of Oxford is working on one of the leading vaccine candidates right now he says vaccines are going to deliver a pretty strong dose which could mean stronger immunity. I'm pretty confident that included. We're GONNA see that. The vaccines are more durable on a natural it. Again we don't know yet. We need to Whiten. See. That waiting and seeing is still going to take months. And, in that time, one thing, researchers say they need or more volunteers. At least three more phase, three trials or expected to start soon in the US, each of those will need thirty thousand people. Dr Anthony Fauci said today they're still working on getting enough people for the first one. We'd like to have fifteen thousand by the end of the week. I'm not sure that we're going to get there, but hopefully we'll get as many as we possibly can. In order to keep time line the way we want it to.

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"first phase" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily

Coronavirus Daily

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"first phase" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily

"The Corona virus has killed seven people total in Taiwan. Seven. In New Zealand. There is no trace of the virus at all right now, so no masks, no social distancing required. And even countries that were hard hit. I like Italy Spain France have brought their curves way down to be clear. Other nations have really crushed this virus whether you're talking about Europe or Asia they really flattened that curve down to almost nothing and we ask ourselves. Why is that? We haven't done as well. Andy It. A former top healthcare official in the Obama. Administration says this is not hard. And other countries. They wore masks stayed home. The government's help them do those things. But maybe most importantly, they had trust in the plant. Trust in the leaders who were guiding them through it? And he slapped. It says that is something we simply do not have here in America, think we see it in the presidential briefings and the inability to trust. Will we hear? We're seeing it among ourselves? When some people say that we should be wearing masks and we're. This'll really come to play out in short order is when we have a vaccine because a vaccine only works if enough people trust it. And get it. Coming up the latest on the race to develop a vaccine, and now that nearly one hundred and fifty thousand people have died of Covid here in the US are the numbers just getting too big for us to wrap our heads around. This is considered this from NPR. I'm Kelly mcevers. It's Monday July twenty.

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"first phase" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"first phase" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"And welcome to the lead we begin with breaking news president trump touting what he calls the quote tremendous progress on the Corona Virus Vaccine Front facility in Morrisville. North Carolina one that's involved in development as new polling shows that more Americans disapprove the president's handling of the pandemic and just this morning we learned Mr Trump's national security advisor Robert O'Brien has tested positive for covert nineteen the White House insists there is no risk to the commander in chief, but O'Brien recently returned from Europe and was. Was Seen Photographs, not wearing a mask or practicing any sort of distancing O'Brien is now the highest ranking administration official to contract the virus that we know of hospitalizations in the US returned to the peak levels that the United States saw in April. With nearly four point three million confirmed infections in this country and more than one hundred forty seven thousand deaths. You will recall five months ago. President trump made this false claim about how good a job is. Administration was doing containing the virus. When you have fifteen people and the fifteen within a couple of days is going to be down to close to zero. That's a pretty good job we've done. That was five months ago yesterday. And clearly that is not what happened Mr President and while the first large-scale vaccine trial started today. The is nowhere close to being out of the woods with testing, lagging far behind where it needs to be according to health experts, the virus, continuing to spread and the president seemingly living in a state of denial about this all CNN's Jeremy. Diamond is covering the White House for us and Jeremy The president was clearly on message there except for a tangent when he was asked about his polling numbers. Yeah J. over the last week. We have seen president trump largely. Try and stick to the script that his aides have prepared for him, and that is a script that's intended to show Americans that he is in detailing this virus seriously after months of downplaying this pandemic and. Distributing false information, frankly about this surge of cases that has been happening across the country and what we saw from the president today was largely doing that focusing on the progress of vaccines, but when he was asked what message he has for Americans about the fact that he whether or not he is the right man to handle this pandemic amid sagging poll numbers, the president, focusing not on making that case, but instead focusing on decrying polls out there all of the polls, frankly that are showing him losing to Joe Biden losing in several critical `bout battleground states as fake polls, Jake, all of this happening as the national security adviser Robert O'Brien testing positive for corona virus. We're working on a number of important national security priorities today, Corona virus, piercing president trump's inner circle. The White House confirming that National Security Adviser Robert. O'Brien has tested positive making him the highest ranking trump administration official to catch the virus. The White House issuing an anonymous statement, saying O'Brien has mild symptoms and has been self isolating and insisted there is no risk of exposure to the. The president or the vice president, but with a top presidential adviser testing positive. You have ambassador O'Brien who sees him in person twice a day. Who sometimes takes the upwards of half a dozen calls with this President Roosevelt the foresight. No word from the White House on win O'Brien was last with trump or whether any other. White House. Officials were exposed abidine of lately. I heard he. Said, yeah I have not seen them I've. Several national security. Council officials telling CNN they. I learned about O'Brien diagnosis through the news. A source spotted O'Brien at the White House Thursday after he had recently returned from a trip to Europe where he was photographed meeting with officials from the United. Kingdom France Germany, and Italy with a mask, White House economic adviser Larry cudlow suggesting O'Brien caught the virus from his daughter I. Did speak to him. Friday His daughter ill. I O'Brien isn't the first person in trump's to test positive for the virus and Oval Office Valet. The vice president's press secretary, who is also the wife of trump adviser Stephen Miller, and a top campaign aide who is also dating the president son have all contracted the virus in recent months. Those cases are just a few of the four million plus Confirms Corona. Virus cases in the US a startling number that has pushed down trump's poll numbers and pushed him. Him To take the virus more seriously in public that mission to revive his poll numbers and contain the virus was on full display. Today is trump touchdown in the battleground state of North Carolina where he toured a biotechnology facility, working to create a corona virus vaccine in a state he won by three points in two thousand sixteen trump has worked to do with the latest poll showing trump down seven points with fifty one percent of North Carolinians backing former vice president. Joe Biden. And Jake has been more a month now since reports emerged that Russia paid Taliban militants put bounties on American soldiers heads in Afghanistan today, the was asked whether or not he raised that issue in a call with Russian President Vladimir Putin that took place last. Thursday listen to how the president responded. Discussed, but we had plenty of discussion and I think it was very productive place. And Jake the notion that the president doesn't discuss what he discusses with foreign leaders dresses false. The White House regularly puts out readouts conversations that happened between the president and foreign leaders and the president himself has also been known to discuss those conversations very notably. The issue of Russian balances was not included in the white. House's read out of that conversation on Thursday and clearly jake a month later. This is still not an issue that the president wants to engage in after he repeatedly downplayed the notion that this intelligence was valley, that Russia may have indeed paid bounties to kill American soldiers in Afghanistan Jake. Right and whether or not they paid bounties. It's just considered consensus among intelligence agencies that the Russians are helping to arm and give funding to Taliban terrorists killing our servicemembers. They're certainly entitled those men and women, and their families to straight answer on this Jeremy, thank you so much Let's talk more about coronavirus. Joining me now is renowned infectious disease expert Dr. Dr William Shatner Dr after the white. House insists that the president is not at any risk, but as you know, you've had the vice president's press secretary secret service agents now the national security adviser all testing positive. We all obviously wish for the best for them, but how concerned should the White House beat when it comes to president trump getting infected possibly. We'll jake. It's obvious that the White House. team ought to be very alert to this and do everything they can to protect the president the vice president. We would want that but there is some risk obviously at the virus can retry up into the White House it infected the British Prime Minister of the President Brazil so. Elevated status is no barrier to this virus. 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"first phase" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"first phase" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Goods under the first phase of the U. S. China trade deal that's according to the Wall Street journal the state department official said the U. S. expect the Chinese government to carry out its commitment to the trade deal end quote holding on related issues hostage in order to save face is not typical of a mature power there are also objections over election interference China's government dismisses those allegations the U. S. says China's non interference claims are nonsense Sox's where Chad St as tensions flare secretary of state Mike Pompeii is warning U. S. allies about partnering with China as cases of the corona virus surge in some thirty states U. S. airlines are focusing on ways to keep passengers safe yesterday vice president Mike pence met with airline executives going into the meeting here I was told that the topic of conversation would center on safety measures like masks and temperature checks as there is so much focus and rightfully so on how to go about re opening the economy safely but many of the airlines do have policies regarding masks but the White House did not take an official position on whether everyone should be wearing a mask fox's Blake Burman contact tracing may have also been discussed some airlines have been hesitant to turn passenger information over to the federal government three people in New Mexico are dead after apparently drinking hand sanitizer containing methanol three other people are in critical condition and one person is permanently blind the state health department says the cases were related to alcoholism authorities say people with substance abuse issues have been known to use.

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"first phase" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"first phase" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Well that's right CBS see kellyanne Conway yes she got botox he looks a lot better in which you can still hold a two family house which looks a lot take it easy take it easy come to our young go vote unfathomable but a lot is that legal totally legal legal for about a month all right first phase it was legal in phase one that's okay yes and now we're almost in face to sell now you get your boobies done in here it doesn't I don't think so this is unbelievable said the Gulf of essentially plastic surgery today toxin so tomorrow coming up bruises on my face and probably my cheek will be swollen how much ironic about this is I'm going for botox and filler today in New York City and my wife is doing the same exact thing in west Palm Beach handing yeah the juice all of it the survey of the botox when I see these shows like graves and all the souls like other Jersey Shore I laughed because I was going to call it I'm gonna die burn like it everybody dies before you die I mean if I'm able you have to stop all this stuff I can't do that I'm doing great right now I'm doing great I don't know you look great you look fantastic believe me when I tell you but I don't know how how long can you sustain all this one it's been you know about eight years old well I don't know well god bless I mean I want to prove everybody wrong all these every so scared of everything out there so I want to prove your then you go you don't want to quickly I'm a first time attacking us five weeks old and doctor said my mother father said this kid but never drink smoke do drugs none of that stuff so I don't and improving them all wrong every single day you said you still here Scott you're thriving I don't want I guess I wasn't just surviving I don't wear a mask on the train and I've covered ninety that's true they don't that's the kiss of death you're going tomorrow open call in sick I would don't we had it was a fun show today was so good P. party again tomorrow he's been out on just don't burn your own believable nineteen out of twenty four consecutive wins showing everybody the genius that you will have to replace to oppose us some great guys so with done today probably kill me is coming up next all of us to all of you on this Thursday morning in New York City until six AM tomorrow you.

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"first phase" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"first phase" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The first phase of re opening could be put in place on Monday were expected to get more details than meantime CBS says it's opening ten brand new testing sites at locations all over the state the company says they'll be in Danvers Charlton western other communities one fifty sites opening across the country more coming by the way look at the full list up on our website right now that's WBZ newsradio dot com at seven oh two maybe you don't have a face covering yet you really like like you want to show your support for the red Sox apparently the team helping you out here they're taking pre orders for face coverings with the team's logo proceeds from sales of these masks will benefit the red Sox foundation a charity of course maintaining operations during the pandemic helping nonprofits out all over New England sports teams look forward to getting back to competition they're also worried when it comes to liability Texas senator John Cornyn met earlier this week with reps from teams in the major sports they don't want to be sued into oblivion and they don't want to be responsible for public health operator but he says the only green one thing they just want to get back to games in front of fans however they can make that free time for traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes hi Mike Hey there Nicole you know we've got a new problem in Hooksett New Hampshire this is a crash on route three the Daniel Webster highway it's right at the intersection of Dale road if you're familiar with that area it is backed up both directions of route three you probably want to avoid it for a little while longer elsewhere if things are good up to the north the including the upper end of route one twenty eight route three ninety three.

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"first phase" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"first phase" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Consumer access dot org number thirty thirty nine world series with the Mets having taken a one to nothing lead in the top of the fourth on don Clendenin solo Homer Jerry Koosman was holding the Orioles hitless with the only base runner coming on a walk to Davey Johnson Paul Blair Frank Robinson and Boog Powell were scheduled to bat for the Orioles in the fourth Blair popped up to L. Weiss near the center field grass leading off and that brought up Frank Robinson three oh eight for the year with thirty two home runs a hundred runs batted in into the wind and that this is it's really not a home run by don going into right field coming in the top of the fourth one min away in the bottom half of the four a little bit down the shore or just get on the ball field and the first phase in time for the the end of the I needed a second to make the play it was his first time up batting with three the only base runner was Dave Johnson when he walked in the second the first bit it is yes three or four for the year with thirty seven home runs the page back is in the second in the area one two three this last seven batters in a row the end of on the Orioles nothing red bell flower here how does apartments dot com find the most rental listings well we use pigeons of course every engine that you encounter is.

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"first phase" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

10:22 min | 2 years ago

"first phase" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Morning everyone I'm they retain Hicks and I'm Roger hearing and you're listening to Bloomberg day break here watch it with thirty minutes into the equity markets he opened here in Europe and really what we're seeing is that the stock six hundred struggling for direction so Europe's equity benchmark wealth we saw some games and features really not living up to that and in fact were actually aging into negative territory now down two tenths of a percent looking across the industry groups a pretty even split between gainers and losers if we look across regional equity benchmarks a little bit of negativity coming through as well the forty one hundred giving up the idea gains now down a tenth of a cent CAC forty up only one tenth of percent off to some stronger gates early at the docks moved into negative territory down two tenths of a cent the ibex is flat and the footsie made in the red as well down a quarter of a percentage point to a what whiplash we soaring US futures of the Asian session though with conflicting trade headlines in the space of three hours we sold moves of more than one percent of four times all stuff we saw gains in the U. S. benchmark yesterday it now though futures pointing negative S. and P. futures nasdaq and Dow futures down about two tenths of a percent in terms of the ten year treasury yield that moved higher along with U. S. stocks yesterday up five basis points we move lower right now down a basis point and a hall phone the one fifty seven handle on the ten year yield in Europe the ten year bund yield was edging higher rodea it's study now at negative fifty five the ten year gilt yields also study often moving a little high early history a lot of of provider occasion in markets in terms of investors perhaps not seeming to know what to make out all of these headlines that we getting ahead of the trade talks between the US and China in terms of Bloomberg dollar index in the dustbin sending a little bit of a clear signal in terms of perhaps some optimism in the sense that we have to build a weakness to bring about dollar weakness down a core the Bloomberg dollar index excuse me down a quarter of a percentage point to most G. ten up against it willow sending a bit of a different signal we cut on W. Shaw and Brent but that might also have something to do with the stockpiles day to Russia okay sort of sum up top stories a currency packed with China as part of a polishing trade deal is the latest US move according to Bloomberg sources this will be the first phase would agree with Beijing but we followed by morning exhortations on core issues such as intellectual property not for the weak of worsening trade relations just this morning commerce secretary Wilbur Ross said China's trade practices have deteriorated and the U. S. terrorists are forcing China to heed American grievances has not really changed its behavior if anything in some ways this practices have become more protectionist than before and that was the US commerce secretary Wilbur Ross now you can prime minister Boris Johnson will today hold talks with his Irish counterpart Leo Varadkar bean bags onyx Morales says it's a meeting that could seal the fate of breaks it was just three weeks left until the U. K.'s due to leave the European Union negotiations of still within the time for striking an orderly separation agreement is almost up the stakes for the meeting at a secret location in north west England could hardly be higher the EBU has accused the E. U. K. of engaging in a blame game in recent days this tempers frayed on both sides of the debate has been the case for much of the past three years the main sticking point is how to ensure there are no customs checkpoints at islands land **** with the U. K. if Johnson can reach an accommodation with the rough cut the ease remaining twenty seven member states will be guided by Ireland's position in London Alex Morales being big daybreak Europe I'm on the blue book exclusive a foxhole seem has decided against bidding for be a SS construction chemical units we've learned the cement maker was the strategic suited to pursue the business that's in part due to be a asset so valuation expectations it was seeking one three billion euros full units let's turn to food delivery and it remains a tough market big challenges including uber eats and the U. K. slavery remained unprofitable well we're also seeing consolidation with established giants take away don't calm and just eat preparing to merge early this year delivery hero sold a German business to take away don't calm and and now seeing customer growth in new markets joining us for an exclusive interview in the studios Niclas us but the CEO all that delivery hero and it cuts great to have you with us thank you so much for joining us so let's talk about the money that you gained from selling you'll German business to take away dot calm what do you plan to do with that money any MNA on the calls perhaps in Asia or elsewhere so the focus for us is rather be into expanding into the market the water and active so in Asia Latin America and also meant of European markets and one missile Germany was a little bit of a kind version moved him people question it but is based on a despite the billion that we got for it but the fact of the soul the bachelor enable us to focus more there and have been accelerating growth every single quarter since then and to give you one example on a Taiwan we sold Germany Taiwan was five hundred thousand dollars or less Taiwan is not doing seven point two million orders this month three times more than what germinated and that's just one small market out of many that is being accelerating but this tactic of exiting a big market like Germany are you an exit any other markets in the anyone who missed it no we have no plans of expanding markets me at least not on the corner there are public good couple of markets Rhaetian often our focus which would be that would be the place like Columbia Canada but it but decided to only wish on often part of our core focus so have no plans of exiting journalist a bit of a one off in that case we got a very good price and we saw more interesting markets with better sticky mess of customers and outs of that I'm just to be clear angel focus still that on organic growth raw the Nominet so over the last year or so we have been focusing more on organic so around and done a major acquisition of the last one two years putting but each other in the past we have been very active and done it very well so and then I'm always looking to possibilities but focus is still in our own business but we don't exclude the possibility that we will have for the console but it but looking to the future are you going to turn into something like an Amazon site platform I mean more than just restaurant meals for example someone like Turkey is that is that a possibility so the focus of office for the consumer and what they want so if you see the consumer wants to get pharmaceuticals delivered or groceries or their payments and that's what we do civitate Turk as a sample we have lost our own warehouse this way we can ship things in below thirteen minutes on average and that's something that customers love on a they have a nine point six one love from zero point time and once we have those services that a lot of the work out how we can get the can almost work nothing yeah this is the very big difference between us and some are comparison where is also been fundamental to our growth where we grow sixty plus percent acceleration organically while our peers come between seventeen and twenty four percent yes yeah I'm I mean the growth certain sounds positive as you've outlined but in terms of the profitability and whether being an Amazon like business out she delivers the margins what can you say to investors about profitability which still remains elusive it delivery hero so what you have seen lately is now start to turn it into bad a unit economics to start making more money per order and that is of course a very clear tractor than to profitability to ask me that scalar business so I think of the last quarter so we see that happening Wilder a profitable in Middle East at this moment it turning quite good profits Verlander breakeven in Europe but still in marks like a silent in America see too much potential and if we continue to invest but the path is clear when you make a good profit contribution and increasing so than is very clear from the system to get there Nicholas thanks very much and evening classes but where CO old delivery here joining us live on Bloomberg radio now placing Lebanese his Bloomberg's younger early in the morning good morning my engine secretary of state Mike Pompeii always trying to clarify whether president trump gave Turkey the green light to invade Syria at Baxter has that story the president himself has shifted course several times of Mister Pompey on NPR says it was never a green light on the phone call on Sunday night it became very clear that they were American soldiers that we're gonna be risking the present my decision to put them in a place where they were out of harm's way that's what we've done and he says that was the pull out the United States didn't give Turkey a green light today the United Nations Security Council is scheduled to discuss the situation behind closed doors in San Francisco I'm at Baxter Bloomberg daybreak Europe causing a V. two Gemini two people were killed after heavily on mine attempted to storm a synagogue the beds Patrick Donahue says the government have called it an anti semitic attack the assailant failed to enter the synagogue which was full of some eighty worshippers on the Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur the lone suspect went on to attack a Turkish restaurant killing two people on the street Germany's Interior Ministry said the assailant had right wing motives shaking a German political environment that is seen up taken right wing and anti semitic violence in Berlin Patrick Donahue Bloomberg daybreak Europe and Japan to read the World Cup matches have been canceled including the key England phone skating but she to the expected impact of typhoon hunk of is and told me to organize his own ruling alpha the disruption it's the first time ever that matches have been canceled at rugby's top competition all the games will be logged on school list tools and more trouble for Boeing inspections have found cracks on fully presentable days seven three seven jets the have to be grounded G. to an issue in the structure connecting the wings on the fusion laws the pain make is now setting up a repair center for the aircraft they sell for the Federal Aviation Administration order check some planes that have taken more than thirty thousand flights cable news twenty four hours a day on average it took took on Twitter by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts symbol the one hundred twenty countries I'm young parents this is Bloomberg Neira Leon thank you so much show coming up on the bed daybreak Europe floor and hence a European economist at Berenberg joins us next with forty minutes into the equity markets opens here in Europe we initially did see futures pointing higher stock six hundred opening a flat perhaps on some trade optimism but we turned around with down 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"first phase" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"first phase" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Head over to get Kim dot com but the British spaceflight company showing off the first phase and says it's called the gateway to space the bad part houses mesh mission control then there's the ground level that acts as a shared lounge area were both customers and employees now virgin galactic successfully launch their space plane into space last December they've been running other tests Anson over six hundred folks already put down deposits to take a flight into sub or was space in space ship to which the company says only months away now if you do decide to take a trip into space on virgin glad to keep in mind it's not like you're gonna be shopping on a Tuesday to get the best deal are going over to chi actor cheap fares or anything like that tickets cost are you ready two hundred and fifty thousand dollars each wow but commercial spaceflight isn't the only future tech and space act that seems becoming into reality SO about future health tech over a hundred thousand folks from the transplant waiting lists that's in the US alone but what if you could just read the print in ord wow by engineers have made a major breakthrough to create three D. printed replacement organs now to researchers from three US universities and a design firm showed off a three D. model of an air sack that successfully mimics the functions of human lungs now the big take away is that this error sack would be able to deliver oxygen to surround the blood vessels and create vascular networks kind of like what we have in the human body now during the research analyst as one of the big hang ups was finding replacement for chemicals used during transposer toxic now here is where the research gets really sophisticated I to get around the roadblock one of the researchers took a trip to the supermarket and they actually purchased a food coloring die and apparently it did the trick it worked and so just goes to show you that some of the answers to science biggest questions well it's not about the research are the answer could just be in the baking aisle doubt no matter how future the world gets we all need to sleep in for my commander community subscribers watching the show take.

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"first phase" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"first phase" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Location the first phase of the program will involve humans so the company can figure out optimal rounds I'm John Wesley Downey from the W. away I traffic center scattered rain showers across the area this early morning making for some slick roads definitely a watch your speed and use caution otherwise choose some construction zones of course weather permitting it to eighty one south bonded the cold while also crews working along to eighty one north at sixteen oh four in sixteen oh four eastbound as you approach to eighty one that left lane closed applying Brooks newsradio twelve hundred WOAI hello in the upper seventies overnight with a few showers and thunderstorms a good possibility a pop up stormer to possible Thursday highs in the upper nineties feel like tempted index levels to one of five I'm meteorologist work to that from the weather channel on San Antonio's official weather station newsradio twelve hundred W. what way I breaking news on the hour at the half and any time at W. away I dot com by first mark credit you motors at eastern bottom motive group you'll find thousands of vehicles to choose from every vehicle has gone through a rigorous multi point quality inspection and you can buy with confidence because it eastern every vehicle is backed by a seven day return policy and a complimentary thirty day warranty with Easter is one price promise you can shop confidently the price on the website is the price you pay no gimmicks eastern started at a community dealership over thirty years ago and will continue to serve the community in every way possible it's in their DNA eastern's.

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"first phase" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"first phase" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Medicine reds playing gain two of a four-game series. And it has not been easy. But Jason Vargas in the Mets right now. Protecting a slim lead as we check in again with the fans, Ed Kalman. All right, Bobby. You're right. It's one nothing jumped McNeil with the RBI pushed down the first phase strike fund that brought home one. Our that is the only run of the game and that game in the third any bets out that in the pork right out branded no five three four number one. But Borges while he's been at adventure pretty much every getting getting seems to crease in danger the rest off the board gave up a one out double the Joey Votto in the burst note damage their a one out single Phillip Ervin in the second and strike about thrall got him out of that inning. He gave up a two hour walk to Jose Peraza in the third. He stole second. Got the third on the. Catching of terror by woke the robber who into center field. But he'd have struck out joy bottle looking at a call third strike in the fourth inning with one out. He walked about it, then Kirk Casella to fly deep to centerfield. Yup. He'll wake then stole second base. Philip urban walks and they advanced on an error by Vargas themselves, but he threw it into center field. Second and third to ups, but he got last night here. Jesse Winker to ground out the second that was that. So we play on the bottom of the fourth right now the Mets hold onto that one. Nothing lead at Farkas has been rock solid. Maybe a little shaky at times, but watched all of the smart. He's got the roads off the fourth, Bobby. All right. Eddie, and we're getting.

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"first phase" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

13:59 min | 3 years ago

"first phase" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Have agreed on the first phase of a withdrawal from the port city of data in a deal with that the UN describes as important progress. The redeployment from her data is a critical part of a ceasefire agreed in Sweden back in December the calls on the government and the healthy rebels to move forces away from ports, but is it actually concrete progress, or is this political talk Fatima, Al Asrar is a senior analyst for Arabia foundation in Washington DC, if we are to go by this announcement, if we say that it was done in good faith, then yes, it would be a good deal. It will allow for the opening of humanitarian corridors it will de mine thousands of landmines planted by the hooting Alicia. And it will have positive consequences on the humanitarian situation. However, the question is as you has posed it is if this is really concrete as we have seen before this has been announced as a breakthrough before there has been even an attempt to announce a redeployment and left trips in early January, and effectively what are we looking for? If we are to be sure that this is solid and that they're making good on their promises. What we're looking for is concrete steps in terms of the actual withdrawal of the troops. How do we know if this is real or not and it steps like this? It's like the ability to deliver eight it's the ability to open the humanitarian corridor. It's all of these steps that will actually tell us if this agreement is being implemented orifice, just, you know, political talk. You know, everybody says if those trips will drop that we understand that the coalition troops. Are outside of the city of data. They want to launch an attack, but they can retreat with a challenge that we're facing is with the troops who are well entrenched in the city. And then there is nothing really defining. What a healthy soldier is. They're not bound by uniform. And I think it's very difficult to gauge that. So we need to watch out for a complete ceasefire. We can't keep on seeing violations of ceasefire just call them, all skirmishes here. And there there are tens of people dying every day from these skirmishes, so there's a real effect on civilians life. And then the second thing we have to see if there is an opening of humanitarian corridor between Sonnen, data son is the capital of Yemen and the capital and data are effectively controlled by hitting Alicia. So what we're watching for here is that the mining humanitarian corridor that would be a significant step because that will allow for eight to just flow two thousands of people who are trapped in the cities. It's interesting you mentioned the holy rebels, of course, because as you say they've been in control of very critical territory and have been holding out for a very long time now, but it seems that the local tribes the local people have been growing, increasingly frustrated and a rising against them. We've seen other tribes Indanan areas of rising against his season. I think this is something to watch for. Sure, they're senior analyst for Arabia foundation. Speaking to me earlier from Washington. You're listening to news on the BBC World Service shaima Khalil here in London James cardinal in Nigeria will stay in Washington for a few more minutes. New allegations have emerged suggesting that the US deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, discussed how many cabinet members were ready to support removing US President Donald Trump from office in two thousand seventeen the allegations were made by the FBI former acting director Andrew McCabe in a US television program on CBS called sixty minutes. Discussion of the twenty fifth amendment was was simply rod raise the issue and discussed it with me in the context of thinking about how many other cabinet officials might support such an effort. The deputy attorney general was definitely very concerned about the president about his capacity and about his intent at that point in time. The chairman of the US Senate Judiciary committee, Lindsay Graham, vowed to get to the bottom of the allegation. Shell gay Salzburg covers the US congress for the New York Times and told me earlier what we know to be the latest developments on the story. A new development is that the former deputy director of the FBI Andrew McCabe said in an interview on sixty minutes a television program that the Justice department was so concerned about President Trump's decision last year to fire the FBI director that they actually discussed whether or not to recruit cabinet members to in effect push the president out of office by invoking the twenty fifth amendment the twenty fifth amendment to our constitution outlines the succession plan showed a president become incapacitated or resign for dying office. So this was really an explosive statement. And I might add that. In the interview, Mr. McCabe was actually confirming a report that was published earlier by my own colleagues at the New York Times rod Rosenstein is important because he is the person at the Justice department who has been overseeing the Muller investigation. The investigation by special counsel, Robert Muller into whether the president and his campaign colluded with Russia during the two thousand sixteen presidential race. If we look at the bigger picture because I I'm sure that many of our listeners, whether it's global listeners or even in the United States, we'll find is incredibly complicated and confusing. What does this latest development, tell us about the Trump White House and its relationship with the FBI and with the Justice department? Well, I think it confirms what we already know about the Trump White House and its relationship with the FBI and the Justice department, and that is that that relationship is not good. It's very shaped the president listeners might remember repeatedly lambasted and threatened to fire. His first attorney general did fire him that was Jeff Sessions. The president has constantly spoken out against the FBI. He has tried to undermine them in public. So this is not not only not a good relationship. It's really not a normal per se ship between a president and his Justice department shall Stolberg air co- covers the US congress for the New York Times speaking to me earlier. Let's get some sports news now Kenyan morning, James round education. Tiago salaries has his side can still catch parcel owner at the top of the Spanish league despite them being in third place with nine point gap to the took to the top. And that looked Catholic shoulder wider after rail were beaten at home by Girona last night in a match in which they took the lead. But then when to one down georamas wind was there. I in eleven km Samsa Larry faced a lot of criticism for making six changes to his starting line-up. Elsewhere South Africa's multiple world and Olympic champion caster Semenya takes her case against the athletics. World governing body the I AA after the court of arbitration for sport today, she's challenging rule which will restrict testosterone levels for women competing in middle distance races and basketball's world governing. Body FIBA says the NBA's plan to support a new professional club league across Africa will offer the ultimate platform as they put it to develop clubs and players across the continent. Maggie. Thank you from him in about half an as time. Now, there's a little turbulence in Europe's airline industry at the moment. British carrier fly BMI collapse of the weekend leaving hundreds of passengers stranded. And rumors that an Italian airline could be the subject of a takeover bid as soon as this week. Matt Davis Webb is this stuff is here at Matt first flight BMI what happened. Well, it was a relatively small line seventeen aircraft from several British citizens cities to twenty-five European destinations on Saturday abruptly cancelled all its flights. Mary ward was one passenger affected. She was to get a flight term to Newcastle in the UK. Now, she stuck in Brussels. All the flights re expensive and for the overturn the under thirty pounds. I initi- spent so I get back and she's not alone. The company said it had been badly affected by rises in fuel and carbon costs and uncertainty. Of course, Brexit by the grounding of fry BMI will cause much disruption for passengers coming as it does the start of a week of school holidays. Yes, tricky timing rumbles to about a bid for Alitalia. Yes. Significant rumbles. In fact, the u k budget airline, EasyJet, the American carrier, a delta and the Italian state railway company forming a consortium with the possibility of taking a majority share in struggling Alitalia by the end of March his the analysts sunny gettin. Don't airlines wants to expand its international reach. So it would make sense doubter. Allen's to take an interest in that. And also it's being backed by FSU talion, which. The railway operator not gives it more stability. It's called strong heritage and a strong brand. And that still stands for something these days. It's sorta stands for the more traditional flag-carrier. That's the aviation analyst Selig Geffen. Matt. Thank you. The battle for the so-called Islamic state's less thera tree. In eastern Syria is nearing the end game. Us-backed Kurdish lead Syrian democratic forces. SDF say the militants facing are facing certain defeat in the next hours and days with the caliphate. They declared in two thousand fourteen to be officially declared over but questions remain as to what will happen to survivors that is fighters and those supporting them, especially after the US plans to withdraw troops from the country. Man is a political analyst based in Kurdistan and joins us. Now. Great to have you with this. First of all tell us what is the latest that we know about the the military operation in in battles now with IS by the US backed Kurdish horses. Well, the operation seems to be. It's phase the the last town. I think it's only a matter of time to be for for fire victory or fire military victory to be declared over I s in in areas. The assist, of course, by the democratic forces in this city is it's only a matter of time. But the the real issue here is worth comes after everyone is waiting for. Was to come next after declaring victory. This is not of that victorious is more important than many people on the ground believe there, then declaring the actual history. And that is really the crux of the issue, isn't it because we've seen time and time again that I s fighters have been able to regroup reinvent themselves. Even if they stay quite for a bit. They they're they're they they look for gaps, and they hate for example, we had this huge attack in members on the Syrian Turkish border an area that was deemed safe, but then I s hit there. And I'm just wondering with the announcement of the US plans to withdraw troops from this area. What can we expect? Will they remain a threat? Of course, isn't just a military threat for for people in the region for for the various mayors. They're they have been able to f- either recru- as they be able to sleep quiet for a while Nick group and a tiger launch attacks do atrocities Natoli inside Syria. Iraq, also in Europe and moves like this emboldens them makes them stronger, legion few much more confident. It allows them to probably conduct attacked attacks in Europe, and in other areas of the of the region specially after the announcement of President Trump that's the eight hundred or so fighter. IS fighters will offer a funeral piano riches. He could release the if Europe does you'll often. So it is quite volatile to builders, the situation and. People. Do what's gonna come next specially with this erotic or irrational if Twitter based policy making by the United States, which of course, the is fighters have also been following quite closely at political analyst based in Kurdistan, many, thanks for joining us with the latest on that last stronghold or last bit of territory that is fighters are still holding. We've heard there from him and from the Syrian democratic forces the Kurdish lead Syrian democratic forces that it's a matter of days, maybe actually hours until they announced the end of the so called Islamic state at least the military, and that is you're listening to Newsday on the BBC World Service coming to you from London Migeria stay with us. Distribution of the BBC World Service in the US is made possible by American public media with support from Drexel University. Drexel university's academic model prepares visionary leaders to address the challenges of a changing world more at Drexel dot.

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"first phase" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"first phase" Discussed on KOMO

"Is just the first phase of a major expansion out here, but it's far more modern than the rest of the terminal built in one thousand nine hundred seventy three lamp little the managing director at seatac tells me, they're playing catch of ESPN the forecast for the population growth, you have seen the per capita income disposable income affluent population growth has taken place. Driving the demand you have plug ins at every seat while you wait for your flight and rainwater is captured on the roof to flush the toilets at sea airport. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. The fight over the state of the union continues. Get more from komo's Jeff Pohjola. Politics is often a zero sum game with winners and losers in little in between. But in this case, according to Republican strategist Randy Pepple. The losers in all of this are the American people because Nancy Pelosi Donald Trump, both very rich, and the shutdown is there a check at all in this fight over the state of the union shows just how divisive. America has become says democratic strategist Kathy Allen size are looking like kids on the playground. And every time the you know, there's some sort of news spat. We all sit there and kinda winced. Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news. Komo news time six oh four. Stella had a glimpse of the future today. I'm Corwin Hake with Boeing's first flying car, but first sewer Merrill with our KOMO AAA traffic. Yeah. We've got some ongoing issues. So the two earlier accidents. I talked about in Federal Way, and then one in Everett they were off to the side. Now that the help has arrived there re blocking.

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