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"five young" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Now in Seattle there is increased security the at Beacon Hill transit station as police still search for the man who attacked two passengers with a hammer Como 4's Jeremy Harris reports police still haven't released any images of the person they're looking for we've been pushing him about that issue because we know there are several security cameras here at the platform where that attack happened what we did see here was definitely an increased security presence at the Beacon Hill station we saw as many as five security guards here Mayor Mayor Bruce Harrell addressed the attacks and said safety on trains and buses needs to be addressed urgently people they have to get home they have to use these areas as a means of basic transportation and so again Sound Transit and their security are working with the county and we're trying to coordinate efforts to keep these areas safe we do realize we have a problem that needs to be to be addressed urgently. Now we've been pushing for answers about what police know about the suspect Seattle police say that he got on a northbound train and fled the scene after the hammer attacks deputies tried to find him but weren't able to and Jeremy Harris Como News. And five young people have been arrested suspected of to attempting steal several cars from an apartment complex in Bellevue this morning Como 4s Timer Majors has more. After short a chase police arrested two people from one car a 17 year old and a 20 year old they then arrested three others teens all ages 13, 15 and 16. To see the rack you know it's even more heartbreaking. They have so much power themselves. Nick Andrews drives for the tow truck company that was called to assist. says He incidents like this happen too often. Parts to repair these Hyundai's and keys that are stolen. There's such high demand that now there's a big backlog it takes probably about a month to get the parts. EPD is still working to identify two additional suspects who
"five young" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The past but I would say it's still you know roughly 2x what we're growing at. As you point out you know they have a real estate crisis in the making. Country Garden is which their largest developer may default on their debt payments. China filed for chapter 11. Their exports are slumping for you know all the reasons we're that talking about which is our economies begin to fringe sure and the impact on of sanctions on their economy. Exports alone are down 15 percent year over year for them. They're facing rising unemployment especially amongst young people where some statistics suggest that more than one out of every five young people in China are now unemployed which is going to have real risks to social stability in that country. They're seeing failing or slowing foreign investment in the country. The remedy is depreciating and consumers are losing confidence which is causing them to spend less money than they had in the past as they look to save. And so for all of those reasons the Chinese economy is under real pressure and I think as a result that of it reminds them and not just us about how vital each are to work in our success. Stefan, do you think China has made it very clear that they don't want to be the manufacturer to the world and they have definitely taken steps for that. We talked about this earlier in a segment about Apple slowly moving iPhone production elsewhere but it's still for the most part in China. But should we want China to be developing its domestic economy? Should we want it to be moving along from kind of a very special emerging market to more of like a developed world and developed market? Should we want that? Well, you know, it's a two -edged sword, right? Because that development competition that underscores makes them stronger in some ways. But it also makes us stronger because they're going to be buying more of our products and services and they're going to have more money, you know, to spend in our economy through either foreign direct investment, intermediate goods or otherwise. So it depends on if you think of them as a competitor but also as a customer and they're both. So what do you think is the right strategy for the Biden administration to take towards China when they are economically vulnerable at this point? Well, look, think I what the secretary said is extraordinarily important, that it's about, you know, communication. The president said to the secretary before she left that we need to communicate to avoid conflict and I think in any situation you have fierce competitors, you also need intense diplomacy and the secretary is a very capable commercial diplomat and that's what she went over there and is over there doing now. And frankly, what hasn't happened over the last five years when there have been no face to face meetings between our commerce secretary or undersecretaries and their counterparts in China? Stefan, what's more important, the stress with or the tensions between China and Taiwan and then how that relates to the rest of the world or the relationship that President Xi with President Putin? What should we spend more time on or it can be both? You know, I'm not sure I could ordinarily rank them, Carol, but clearly China has different interests geopolitically and economically and commercially than we do. And what I've always said is, you know, hitting China over the head with a cudgel is not going to be an effective way to actually make progress. And what we need to do is to look for win -win outcomes where there are things that advance our interests and advance their interests, and there are a whole host of those. All right, sit tight for a second, Stefan. You've been kind enough to give us some extra time, and we have some more that we want to talk to you about, including politics in general and the financial markets and some of the property concerns that we continue to see. We talked about a little bit with China, so continuing to kind of pick your brain.
A highlight from A Primer on China's Current Economic Turmoil
"Welcome back to The Breakdown with me, NLW. It's a daily podcast on macro, Bitcoin, and the big picture power shifts remaking our world. What's going on, guys? It is Thursday, August 17th, and today we are doing a great, big, what the heck is going on with China episode. Before we get into that, however, if you are enjoying The Breakdown, please go subscribe to it, give it a rating, give it a review, or if you want to dive deeper into the conversation, come join us on the Breakers Discord. You can find a link at the show notes or go to bit .ly slash breakdown pod. Hello friends, we are rumbling on towards the end of the week. And speaking of rumblings, if you have been watching the macro Twittersphere closely, there have been growing rumblings about China. You see it pop up a little bit in mainstream media and on YouTube's and certainly now happening on podcasts. And then yesterday, Preston Pish tweeted, anyone have a really good and recent article or podcast on what's happening with the economy in China right now? Well over here at The Breakdown, that really cinched it that we were going to dig into this. And before we do the usual caveats, one, I am not a China expert, just like basically I'm not an expert on anything we talk about here. But what we try to do well over here at The Breakdown is aggregate sources to help you better understand what's happening at least a little bit better. And number two, to the extent it comes up, apologies in advance for pronunciations or perhaps I should say mispronunciations. With that, let's try to get a sense of what's happening and why it matters. On Tuesday, the People's Bank of China cut rates on one year loans by 15 basis points to 2 .5%. This is the largest cut since 2020 and was an emergency policy adjustment following the release of some truly dismal economic data. July data showed weak consumer spending growth, sliding investment and rising unemployment. Youth unemployment for people between the ages of 16 and 24 hit 21 % in June. I know you guys can do the math, but to put that differently, that means one in five young people are now out of work. In fact, this month, the National Bureau of Statistics didn't actually release data on youth unemployment, stating that they needed to adjust their methodology to exclude students seeking their first job. Now, over in currency land, the yuan has devalued by 6 % over the course of the year, recently reaching the low point it recorded last October of 7 .3 yuan per dollar. That's the weakest exchange rate for the yuan since late 2007. Data from June showed that China have decreased their holdings of U .S. treasuries for three months in a row, bringing them to a 14 -year low. Some analysts believe that these reserves have been mobilized to defend the yuan from devaluing too rapidly. June CPI data released last week showed that the Chinese economy was in outright deflation. Consumer prices fell by 0 .3 % on an annualized basis. Manufacturing activity has now contracted for four months straight, and GDP growth this year has been paltry, recording 2 .2 % in the first quarter and just 0 .8 % in the second quarter. Multiple international banks have now downgraded Chinese growth estimates, forecasting that the economy will fail to achieve the 5 % growth target set by the CCP. And if that target is not hit, it will be the third year in a row with sub -5 % growth, an unprecedented rough patch in the post -Mao era from 1976 onwards. Now, contributing to this are debt problems, credit problems, and social stability problems. But before we get to those, let's do a whistle -stop review of the last few years in China to see how things wound up in this position. You will remember that during the pandemic, China ran one of the strictest and longest -running lockdown regimes in the world. And while the impact of the lockdown on the people of China was of course immense, the disruption it caused was also a major driver in economic dysfunction. Global supply chains became broken, impacting items from semiconductors to gym equipment. While the fragility of supply chains based in Chinese manufacturing had long been a talking point for hawks in the West, the failure of multiple critical supply chains during the pandemic cemented the idea of reshoring manufacturing across the political aisle in the US. Since taking office, the Biden administration has pursued major industrial policy with a view to decoupling critical industries from reliance on China. The financial sector has also been discouraged from investing in China over the past few years, with a range of policies and pressure campaigns ensuring that capital flows into China are crimped. And as a little bit of a self -shill, if you want to hear about how this has been impacting the development of their artificial intelligence field, go check that out. There continues to be incredible pressure on the Biden administration to even increase restrictions on export of AI -related technology to China, even though many of those restrictions are already in place. Anyway, heading back into the COVID era, as the rest of the world opened up and rolled back lockdowns in late 2021, China continued to be locked down into the strict zero COVID era. Many times, even when it appeared that things were on the verge of opening back up, some new outbreak would cause another lockdown, leading ultimately to citizens bristling at the continuation of tough track and trace policies. Another big notable event during this time was that in December of 2021, the massive Evergrande property development group defaulted on an interest payment on its corporate bonds. The property giant had been severely impacted by a crackdown on leverage within the property sector in 2020 and had struggled to refinance its debt. The tightening of credit standards was known as the three red lines policy and was intended to reduce the credit risk of home builders. When it collapsed, Evergrande had over 50 million apartments left unfinished, leaving homeowners to question whether they would ever receive finished units. The Evergrande failure precipitated further economic problems across China in 2022. Protesters staged demonstrations outside banks, with organized groups refusing to make mortgage payments on unfinished homes. In many cases, mortgages had been taken out prior to construction beginning, and so you can only imagine the frustration of people who were continuing to pay for homes that had been further and further delayed and who couldn't actually even live in them. In that same time period, multiple banks and wealth management products failed across the country and Chinese real estate in general entered its most severe downturn in history. Now the government did step in to manage the Evergrande failure and broader economic contagion. They were, however, in a tough position. Government policy around the restriction of credit to the property sector had been a major catalyst for the problems, but officials were reluctant to wind back the regulations entirely. President Xi Jinping has been outspoken about reducing the financialization of housing, stating, quote, houses are for living in, not for speculation. Now diving a little bit deeper into this area of the economy, the property sector is a key part of basically every major economy, but China takes this element to the extreme. China has one of the most overvalued housing markets in the world in relation to income. On average, an apartment cost over 30 times annual income, with major cities like Shanghai bringing this ratio as high as 50 times income. In the US, the ratio between housing costs and income is closer to four times on average and 10 times for major metros like New York and San Diego. Part of the reason housing is so expensive is that Chinese citizens use housing as a primary store of wealth. Again, this is true globally, but it's particularly lopsided in China. Housing accounts for more than 70 % of household wealth in China. Many people invest in property and then hold it vacant to preserve its value as a never lived in home. China has some of the highest rates of homeownership in the world, with as many as 90 % of households owning at least one property. This skew towards the property sector is largely a function of mistrust in other domestic assets, as well as tight capital controls. The Chinese stock market is notoriously opaque and lacking in the disclosure rules that provide a semblance of investor protection in the West. And while managed investment products are popular, they're often just proxies for exposure to the property sector. Analysts typically measure the Chinese property sector as representing around 30 % of Chinese GDP, which compares to the estimates of around 17 % in the US. Now other countries, including Canada and Australia, have similar levels of household wealth and GDP contribution from the property sector. But the key difference for the Chinese housing industry is the sheer scale of the market. Chinese real estate is estimated to be worth $42 .7 trillion. This is slightly larger than the US real estate market in aggregate, and even a few trillion dollars bigger than the total market capitalization of the entire US stock market. Many point to Chinese real estate then as the largest asset class in the world, and it is going down hard right now. Official data has new home prices down 2 .4 % across China since their peak in August of 2021. Existing homes have dropped by 6 % in the same time. This is already a massive drop for a housing market that was generally assumed to go up forever, but these official average figures don't tell the whole story. In China, closing prices for real estate are not public, so the official data is an estimate at best and a political fabrication at worst. The data relies on surveys and has significant smoothing to dampen trends. This makes turning points difficult to capture and could mean the official data is not telling the full story. Private data from property agents shows major markets like Shanghai and Shenzhen falling by at least 15 % in prime neighborhoods. The real estate surrounding Alibaba's headquarters is estimated to have lost a quarter of its value. Goldman Sachs economist Wang Lishang said, Now, alongside the fall in the housing market, more acute problems in the financial sector have also sprung up recently. At the end of July, Zhongrong International Trust Company missed payments across dozens of wealth management products. The company is a gigantic player in the Chinese shadow banking sector, which intermediates loans between individuals and private lenders. They primarily deal in the sale of real estate backed bonds, and at least 30 products are now overdue, and the company have said they have no immediate plans to make clients whole. Chinese authorities have set up a task force to investigate potential contagion, and banking regulators are looking into risks at the firm's part owner, Zhongjie Enterprise Group. Zhongjie managed around $138 billion. Jason Hsu, chief investment officer of Raelient Global Advisors, said, This was one that everyone knew was going to blow up. Overall, there are 106 trust products across the country in default through to July of this year, worth around $6 billion in principle. Real estate investments have accounted for 74 % of default by value. Corporate defaults are also up in recent months. June and July recorded missed payments on more than a billion dollars in domestic notes. That's the worst stretch since last December and January, which was punctuated by the default of Evergrande. This time around, the problem seems centered on an even larger property developer called Country Garden. The firm is considered by most to be the largest home builder in China and has more than four times as many outstanding projects as Evergrande. Country Garden has missed payments on its dollar -denominated bonds and is currently inside a 30 -day grace period prior to a formal default. Trading has been suspended on at least 11 onshore notes, and payment extension proposals are in the works. Country Garden's January 2024 dollar bond issuance traded at 9 cents earlier this week, an implied yield of 2 ,500%, just to give you an idea of how the market is pricing the firm's chance of recovery here. Now, as credit risk rips through domestic markets, China's major state -owned banks have been told to sell dollars to buy yuan in both onshore and offshore markets. According to anonymous sources speaking to Reuters, Chinese banks have been propping up the yuan throughout the week in an attempt to control the decline of the currency. Now, standard caveat on quoting Zero Hedge, but Zero Hedge is also reporting that Beijing have urged investment funds not to sell off Chinese stocks. Taking a step back, up until recently, the Chinese reopening was a major narrative for markets. There had been turmoil across China over the last two years, but many investors consoled themselves that China would reopen strong and provide some much -needed growth to the global economy. What's happened is almost the complete opposite. Chinese growth has come in weak and sputtered along since reopening. It now looks like China is headed for a recession at best, if not a full -blown financial crisis. Carnegie Endowment senior fellow Michael Pettis wrote, It may seem like terrible luck and amazing coincidence that so many things are going wrong in the Chinese economy at the same time. But of course, it is not a coincidence at all. This is how systemic imbalances work themselves out. I've often written about the Minskyan dynamics of long periods in which market variables move persistently in the same direction. When that happens, businesses, banks, local governments, and households who implicitly or explicitly take too much one -direction risk systematically outperform those that don't, until eventually the operations and balance sheets of much of the economy are directly or indirectly leveraged to those variables. That is why, when that variable finally reverses, the damage can often be much greater than anyone expected, mainly because no one understood the extent of the implicit and explicit exposures. Decades of surging property prices, expanding liquidity, and contracting credit spreads in China have created an economy in which balance sheets have highly correlated mismatches and distortions. In that case, the impact of an eventual reversal is brutally hard to predict. What about the response? Well, three weeks ago, when it had become clear that China was entering another period of economic distress, Chinese leaders vowed to provide more support. The Politburo pledged to spur consumer spending, tackle unemployment, and backstop the property sector. However, details were sorely lacking. The Politburo's statement acknowledged that the economic recovery after reopening was making quote torturous progress and that it was necessary to quote actively expand domestic demand and expand consumption by increasing residents' income. Julian Evans -Pritchard, head of China economics at Capital Economics, lamented the lack of a clear plan. He said at the time, Given how bad things are at the moment, it is a bit disappointing that they didn't give us some figures. And while their statement did recognize the risk to the economy, Evans -Pritchard said quote, They are not so desperate that they feel the need to resort to the old -school Big Bang stimulus. What he's referring to is that during prior downturns during the 2008 global financial crisis and the 2012 euro crisis, the CCP was eager to dole out massive stimulus on the supply side. The Chinese government directed the stockpiling of commodities and gigantic infrastructure projects to keep growth ticking over at a fast pace despite global economic turmoil. This time around, as of yet, there is no clear policy, just haphazard emergency interventions. For example, the People's Bank of China has cut rates, but there's a limit to what monetary stimulus can do to support consumption. This time, the problem is deflation, a collapse of demand. Until now, Chinese policymakers have largely been able to keep the economy out of the ditch using only supply -side stimulus, but it's not clear that that will work again. Late on Monday, Kai Fang, a member of the Monetary Policy Committee at the PBOC, warned that emergency rate cuts would not be enough. He said, Fang joins a growing chorus of economists insisting on direct transfer payments to consumers in order to support spending. This option has been controversial with senior Politburo figures, however, and so far Beijing has ignored the suggestion. Many have suggested instead that tax and fee cuts for companies were the most direct, fair, and efficient way to stimulate the economy. Senior Party members also have a history of warning against the Of course, the concern is that the underlying problem might be a simple lack of capacity. China's government resources are distributed through numerous local governments. These governments typically raise funding through land sales, but with the property sector in trouble, this line of revenue is less viable. There has also been an ongoing dispute between the central party and provincial governments. During the turmoil of the last few years, Beijing has been reluctant to come to the aid of overindebted regional governments. Estimates vary wildly due to the large amount of off -balance sheet liabilities, but Goldman Sachs analysts think there could be as much as $13 trillion in debt held by local governments. China's GDP is around $17 trillion annually, so there could be significantly less fiscal space for stimulus than the publicly disclosed figures imply. Liu Chao, professor of finance at Peking University, said, Now, as you might imagine, overarching all of these economic problems are the very real political considerations. Tensions around the rule of President Xi Jinping have started to come to a head around the financial turmoil of the last two years. For the first time, we've seen evidence of open protests against Xi on the mainland. Now, of course, it's impossible to tell how widespread the antipathy towards Xi is, but it's hard not to view at least some of the events of the last couple years as cracks emerging. And so really where we're left to do a very brief summary is a situation in which a set of challenges are converging all at the same time. And they're a set of challenges not necessarily easily solved by old techniques. Officials are caught between wanting to run back the old playbook and trying to figure out if there's a new playbook that'll work better. Michael Pettis again wrote, What got China into this mess has been over a decade of massive amounts of investment in unnecessary infrastructure and empty apartments. If this investment had been economically justified, rising debt would have been more than matched by rising productive capacity and GDP, which means local government debt would have never become the problem it has clearly become. I understand why many policy advisors are so worried about China's economic slowdown, that they are turning again to the old policies that boosted GDP in the past. But more of the same won't get China out of the mess that more of the same got it into. Now, of course, outside of China, the big questions are how a Chinese recession or slowdown or even financial crisis will impact the global economy. One thing that some observers have noted is that we haven't had a normal business cycle recession in so long. In other words, we haven't had a downturn precipitated by anything other than a financial crisis for so long that we kind of don't know how to handle it. We don't really have a playbook for what to do with it, at least not one that's been updated recently. To some extent, I wonder if the not knowingness of the situation is contributing to the anxiety around it, but as with any macro topic, it is an extremely dense, complex, nuanced intertwined set of issues. And so the best we can do is keep trying to keep track of it and recontextualize as new events teach us more about what's happening. Hope this was a helpful primer, at least a little bit on what's going on. Until next time, peace.
"five young" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"Dennis Prager here. Thanks for listening to the daily Dennis Prager podcast to hear the entire three hours of my radio show Commercial free every single day become a member of Prager topia You'll also get access to 15 years worth of archives as well as the daily show prep subscribe at Prager topia calm you Hello my friends Dennis Prager for the Friday show happiness hour follows this as you know Quite a quite a number of articles to bring to your attention Subjects to bring to your attention marriage outdated two and five young adults think the tradition no longer matters Reading Christopher rufo's book The American Cultural Revolution the guy the term Cultural Revolution taken from Mao which is the complete reordering of society and This is a perfect example Two and five young adults think the tradition no longer matters You know, what would be worth asking those two and five What does matter And I Believe what? What do you think they would answer? I believe I'm asking you my listener and my producer. I Think they would answer some macro answer. What matters is fighting racism equity There There is no Micro answer There is no answer that applies to the individual All the answers apply to the restructuring of society. That's what I believe. I don't have a Poll to show on that asking I would ask in a poll if You believe marriage doesn't matter in life and having children doesn't matter What does matter? I? Believe you'd get a macro answer fighting racism and White privilege etc But what matters to you in your life? Since marriage was central To Americans and all others lives until the very recent past What has substituted in terms of meaning for you? Wouldn't that be a great question to ask Only to those two and five that which is 40% What does matter to you Are you thinking of an answer that they might give All that matters is love Love. Okay. I know I'm not critiquing it. I'm asking What matters is love? Okay All their wedding bells in your future if you're young and in love the answer is Probably not a new survey finds that two and five young adults Think marriage is an outdated tradition You know what else is outdated? What honoring parents is outdated certainly Tell you what else is outdated hard work There's a big attack by the left on the on the value of hard work it's often cited as a white Privileged value you realize if you say if that hard work is a white value What you are saying is it is not a black value And Those who have not been brainwashed and I mean that literally at universities high schools, etc Understand that that is a tremendous condemnation of black people You don't believe in hard work Isn't that the classic eight one of the classic racist notions blacks are lazy I Say to you that the left and the Ku Klux Klan view the view black similarly I mean that literally I don't mean it to attack.
Marriage Is Less Popular Than Ever...
"A quite a number of articles to bring to your attention Subjects to bring to your attention marriage outdated two and five young adults think the tradition no longer matters Reading Christopher rufo's book The American Cultural Revolution the guy the term Cultural Revolution taken from Mao which is the complete reordering of society and This is a perfect example Two and five young adults think the tradition no longer matters You know, what would be worth asking those two and five What does matter And I Believe what? What do you think they would answer? I believe I'm asking you my listener and my producer. I Think they would answer some macro answer. What matters is fighting racism equity There There is no Micro answer There is no answer that applies to the individual All the answers apply to the restructuring of society. That's what I believe. I don't have a Poll to show on that asking I would ask in a poll if You believe marriage doesn't matter in life and having children doesn't matter What does matter? I? Believe you'd get a macro answer fighting racism and White privilege etc But what matters to you in your life? Since marriage was central To Americans and all others lives until the very recent past What has substituted in terms of meaning for
Scholar Thomas Howard Shares His Sister's Tragic Story
"People watching probably don't know that you have a famous, at least one famous sibling. Can you tell us about Elizabeth Elliott? Yes. Betty, as we called her in the family, is the second oldest of our six children. And it was interesting. She and I in this family of six offspring, she and I had a very intriguing, a very close relationship. We were, she was the second oldest and I was the second youngest, but there was something about the love of words and all sorts of things. I mean, she's most famous for people who don't know for her book Gates of Splendor, I guess is the title. Through Gates of Splendor. About the murder of her husband. Tell us about that. Well, she was married to a chap named Jim Elliott. They both went to Wheaton College together. As did you. Yes. And he was one of five young American men who in 1956, I think it was, they were in mission work in Ecuador, in the Ecuadorian jungle, the Amazonian jungle. And they were trying to make a contact, a friendly contact with a tribe there that are popularly called the Alcas. The Alca Indians. They call themselves Walrani, but most people know them as the Alcas. And these five fellows made a very carefully orchestrated and cautious and hesitant attempt to make a friendly contact with them. And they were afraid of all outsiders, even other Indians. This was in the eastern jungle of Ecuador. And to make a long story short, they, in their attempt to approach the Alca Indians, as they were called, they called themselves Walrani, they were all speared to death, these fellows. They were all killed. Yeah, all five of them. All five of them. I didn't remember that. And your brother -in -law was one of those five, Jim Elliott. That's, you know, you don't hear very much about missionaries being killed these days. It's sort of like a 19th century British joke. But as recently as 1956 this happened,
"five young" Discussed on WTOP
"Com. Dave Golden w T o P Traffic. Nice day out there. Let's find out what's in store for tonight, then tomorrow Here's Matt Ritter. High pressure to our South is keeping it unseasonably warm and muggy right now, and that's the way it's going to stay this evening. Hazy skies a few clouds. Temperatures will be in the seventies after sunset. It will be warm and muggy, Uncomfortable overnight Tonight partly cloudy lows to be in the mid sixties to low seventies. And partly sunny, hazy, unseasonably hot and humid for tomorrow, this time, just a risk of an isolated late they thunderstorm mostly out towards the mountains highs in the mid eighties, too low nineties. Partly sunny, hot and humid on Wednesday, a better chance of scattered late day thunderstorms. Possible highs will be in the mid eighties. Low nineties than a cold front, coming down from Pennsylvania on Thursday will bring us mostly cloudy sky so it won't be as hard still gonna be quite humid showers and thunderstorms will be more likely in highs will be in the upper seventies, too low eighties. I'm store Team four. Meteorologist Matador Hyattsville at 89 86 in Fredericksburg, 89 in northwest D. C. And it's brought to you by mattress warehouse. Buy with confidence with the one year price guarantee only at mattress warehouse sleep happens dot com or 40. We've got an update on last Thursday's crash on I 66 that left a woman and two Children dead. State police say the driver of an SUV that apparently careened into another and then a tractor trailer was from Alfred Maine. She's been identified as 28 year old Look or a Smith. There were five young kids in the car to were killed. They were four and six year old girls. The other Children are expected to recover New this afternoon. There's an update on a murder that dates back more than 20 years, and that received nationwide interest. Following a TV documentary. Oklahoma's pardon.
"five young" Discussed on WTOP
"Been identified as 28 year old Look or a Smith. There were five young kids in the car to were killed. They were four and six year old girls. The other Children are expected to recover New this afternoon. There's an update on a murder that dates back more than 20 years, and that received nationwide interest. Following a TV documentary. Oklahoma's pardon and Parole board has recommended the governor commute the death sentence of convicted killer Julius Jones. The board recommended the sentence speak, commuted to life in prison. Jones has maintained his innocence in the 1999 shooting death of a businessman. He says he was framed by the actual killer. The case has drawn widespread attention after it was profiled in the 2018 TV documentary called The Last Defense. Jim Krystle, a CBS News climate change could start creating mass migrations within countries. The World Bank forecast that more than 200 million people will move from hometowns to other places within 30 years, the report says. Reasons will include water shortages, less productive crops, rising sea levels, all issues. The US is dealing with to one degree or another. One of the lead authors of the study counter, Kumari, Rigo says We have to cut down on greenhouse gas emissions immediately to make things better. That is important because if we don't do that, the kinds of impacts that will really have to put force people to move whether it's due to water stress and drops in crop productive, itty and inundation of the coastal areas will continue to ramp up, Riggle says. We can cut the number from 200 million down to about 14. Million by taking the right steps. Okay. If you have an iPhone or other Apple device, you want to update its security as soon as possible. Apple is saying today the upgrades are needed to fix to vulnerabilities that the company thinks are already being used to attack people's iPhones. It's called IOS 14.8 again. Apple is urging you to install 14.8 right away. Jazz Great Dave Cars, hits the Birch Mirror Thursday, and he joined w T o p to talk about his career and a radio show. We're excited to be bringing summer horns to the birch Mere. Dave Koz Gotta start touring with Richard Marx and playing on Arsenio Hall before releasing his self titled debut album in 1990. That first record how to hit on.
"five young" Discussed on WTOP
"Two you buy. Buy for yet for free. No limit. 0% interest for 24 months visit window nation dot com Dave Golden w T o p. Traffic for the forecast. Here's Lauren. Record temperatures will climb to near 90 degrees today and even low nineties as we head into the afternoon. Is going to feel closer to the mid nineties that with that humidity Oh, yes, Summers back, and we've got a milky sky out there a little hazy at times some fog possible by tomorrow morning And then tomorrow those temperatures stay around 90 Wednesday. We stay around around 90 degrees. Sunshine tomorrow with little haze by Wednesday will have partly cloudy skies. We have a chance of some afternoon thunderstorms on Wednesday as well, just isolated, better chance of rain Thursday and Friday and stormed in for meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts getting close to that 90 market. A lot of spots where at 87 in rest. And 89 in Woodbridge, 89 in northwest D. C. And it's brought to you by new look home design, offering 0% financing and free three d rendering of your new roof to 20. There's an update on last Thursday's deadly three vehicle crash that killed a woman in two kids on 66 State police say the driver of an SUV that apparently careened into another and then a tractor trailer was from Alfred Maine. She's been identified as 28 year old lock or a Smith. There were five young kids in the car. Two of them were killed on the scene. They were four and six year old girls. The other Children are expected to recover. In other news, some surgeries are on hold at one Annapolis hospital. W T o piece of cake to James says The reason is rising Covid cases Medical center will postpone some elective surgeries to free up beds starting today. The delay is due to the increase in Covid 19.
"five young" Discussed on WTVN
"The night of May, 5th Ocampo stories stopped by the 21 Club in Houston, Second Ward on Cinco de Mayo in 1977. The city of Houston was rocked by an appalling death. At the hands of the city zone police at the time Houston's police department the reputation of being out of control stories, an army veteran, had been arrested in one of Houston's Latino bars. But instead of taking him to jail, police took him to a secluded spot on the Bank of Houston's Buffalo Bio. My source says the officers decided to teach Torre's a lesson. His body was found floating in the water two days later. Mama. They found a boy. Mama's. Somebody killed our boy. But when the officers involved were cleared, Houston exploded. Black jackets and shields were handed out. Oh, my God. You know they wanted to burn that place down. The arsonist wrote the name of Joe Torres on the wall. People respond to the rocks and bottles shouting Viva Jose Campos Torres! The community's demand for justice led to an audacious experiment. Five young Latino officers were pulled out of the patrol cars and offered a chance to become America's first Latino homicide squad, and he's how would you like to go to homicide? I didn't know what homicide was with little training and even fewer resources. They were tasked with solving homicides in Houston, Spanish speaking neighborhoods and rebuilding trust. They were given 90 days to solve as many cases as they could. This is a police story,.
"five young" Discussed on The ChoNilla Podcast
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"five young" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News
"Takes over with the nightmare before christmas at the disneyland haunted mansion. I mean ears. His at been going on is my gosh. You guys are amazing. Twenty years that was. Let's give it to sharp. I did not know the answer to that question. So i do that. It was longer than fifteen years. I didn't think it had had been more than twenty-five young. I i kinda hit the guests there. Twenty yes yeah. Your job is returning for his twentieth season. So this is the the haunted mansion. I don't even know sharpy. Have you still not seen it. I think you might be one of the few people. No i have not seen. I have not either what. Oh my god. I haven't been there that time of year. It's the best. They redo the haunted mansion with the timbers nightmare before christmas. And it's it's like an overlay but it's so amazing that it's like a whole redo of that ride 'cause you think oh they're doing an overlay on now no now. The whole thing is timber nightmare before christmas. It's amazing so it's going to start. This is twentieth season. Like sharpy said it's going to be getting is going to be start or open. I guess on september third takes them months to do this yeah. That's the thing if you get there before than the matches is closed and then if you get after christmas right. I think it runs all the way through christmas if i remember correctly Yeah steve hello yes. Oh yes so. It runs like september october november and december. But then then it's also they take it down for. I guess in january so so that's another time that you miss it as well but it's amazing so you gotta go. So that's the first thing for the holidays There's some other news. Of course their specialty drinks. I'm not gonna get into all that is but there's a ton of specialty drinks Specialty merchandisers also some tim burdens nightmare before christmas collection. Merchandise coming out All the crazy disney ears..
"five young" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"A pretty good good. What's up? I have a college planning question. My wife and I have five young daughters. Ages, 10 to 13 months. And we have, uh 55 29 plans and are contributing an expert that a tax incentive. 2500. We're now at a point in our lives where we could be applying more. But what does that look like? For? Uh, you have a bad kids, Uh, and here in about eight years. I having one go off to college? Well, about five years. No, no, no. Eight years. I'm not. Yeah, Yeah, okay. All right, um No, it's more like 13. You got a 10 year old. There it is. 10 years. I'm sorry. I wrote I couldn't try and look at these numbers. I wrote it down. I couldn't find him. All right, so You know what it amounts to is is you need to be putting in more For the 10 year old than you do. The 13 month old. Because 13 month old she got a lot of time to grow in that account. Yeah. So who have you got? Your 5 20 nine's with? We got an adviser. Oh, yes, I haven't We have an advisor. We've got about 17,000 that it's grown and email for that 10 year old. No, no, no 10 Year old. Okay, what I would do is sit down with the advisor and make sure that the money is invested in the 5 29 and good growth stock mutual funds that have a good track record first. If it is, then I would ask them to Have to tell you Okay. In order for the 18 the 10 year old in eight years to have X number of dollars. What have we got to add to that account in order for the next one to add? You know, in so many years. What have we got to add to that account, and it might end up that you're putting I'll just make up numbers you might end up putting $3000 are $4000 in the 10 year olds and you might end up putting $500 in the 13 month old. And they'll end up with the same amount. Okay, because you got started later on the 10 year old. Yeah, And so you didn't have as many years for the money to grow. So it's um It's kind of like life. Uh, equal is not fair. Yeah, they've already been told that equals not fair fair is not equal. And so, uh, you know, if you've got a special needs little brother, little sister, we're going to give more money and make sure that that child is taken care of equal is not fair fair is not equal. Their affairs what you have at the county. Is there magic soft for For about what should be put in, uh, they have a fully fund them. Well, what you need to do is just determine what your goal is Your goal amount and you say Okay, as an example they're going to go to in state schools are in Evansville, Indiana. They're going to the University of Indiana. Okay. R Indiana University. All right, and you call them and go. What's it cost to go there? And what are your projections on your tuition eight years from today? And they tell you it's going to take $150,000 to go there with room and board four years, eight years from now, and for four years and I'm making up numbers, I don't know. Okay. Today. Today, Tuition is about $10,000 plus room and board per year. For an in state school average nationally. And so you're probably going to find somewhere around the $10,000 number per year. So that's 4 $40,000, Plus, if they're going to stay in the dorm and eat Okay, so I'm gonna guess and say they can go for 100 grand. Eight years from now, That's maybe 100 and 25. But, you know, you can actually get the number from the university, bother them a little bit or wherever you think you want them to go to school, and then you can back into the actual goal. With your advisor. They can put it into a financial calculator and go. Okay. In order to do that you need to save 2600 and $42 a month or $2642 a year. They can do exactly what you need to do in order to get there. Once you have that goal, and you have the time period, it's a financial calculation. At that point, it's a math. It's a math formula that goes into a financial calculator and you can back into it. So, um, but you need a target and not just so far. Your target has been We want to save for college. It was very vague. But if you really want to do it perfectly, and you want to know when you're done, this is how we did it. Okay. What we did was which said we wanted I want $100,000 per kid. And I backed it out for a four year old and I said in order to do that today, I need X in there. And I just I had made some money that year and I just put X in there and then I was done. That account was over. I never added to it again. Never had to. I put enough in there that it was going to grow for the four year old in 14 years to this much So when Daniel Ramsey got ready, go school there was 100,000 and therefore, you know, and Was ready to go and we just picked out a number. But you need if you want to be really nerdy about it, and I do recommend that if you know what your goal is, you come back into your numbers. Exactly. I've got a question about the scholarship side of things because I know with 5 29 like it specifically four school If you save all this money, and then your kids are just get a ton of scholarships. What do they do with that? Money? 100% of what they get in scholarships can be removed Tax free. What Now if.
"five young" Discussed on WBUR
"This is fresh air, and we're speaking with Yusef Salaam. He was one of five young men who were convicted of then later exonerated of the attack in the Central Park Jogger case. His new memoir is called Better, not Bitter, Living on Purpose in the Pursuit of Racial Justice. I want to talk a bit about the events in 1989 in 1990 the arrest the questioning being taken to the police station. You say the book that you actually went looking for the police because you heard they were looking for you. Your attitude was I'm prepared to help you. Yeah, it's a It's the strangest thing, you know, knowing what I know. Now, how can you help the system? That sees you as a crime sees us guilty. You know, a system that tells you very, very clearly. Through the Miranda warnings you are you have the right to remain silent. The woman watch TV. We know that. What do they usually tell you? And they told us as well inside the interrogation room. You know only guilty people. Remain silent. You can talk to us. Then part two is what anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. Now, mind you. We weren't told our Miranda warnings before questioning. As a matter of fact, I never forget when When they finished questioning me. They took this card. Slid it across the table and told me to sign them. Don't even read what it was that I was signing with the Blank. Carter didn't have run it had it had writing on it. And that was that was what they were supposed to give me meaning. They were supposed to say to me. Do you understand your rights? It was supposed to tell me each of these rights and yet they did not do this. Did you sign the card? Signed the car. They presented that Carter trial. How long were you held and questioned? Wow, the initial questioning period. It was one of those moments where you can't remember time I remember coming in in the evening. How long how many hours passed? I just remember. In the morning. We were taken from one present to the next. So you can imagine if that if that happened at sundown if they picked me up, and it was, say, seven p.m. A P. M. All the way to and through the next morning. Whereas Raymond Santana and Kevin Richardson had been arrested that night. So we were arrested myself in Cory on a 20 of the paper. And Kevin Richardson and Raymond Santana were arrested on April 19th of 1989 they had been interrogated. Since they were arrested. So in some cases, 24 hours or more for these guys? Yeah. You know, this is a case where if I have this right, four of the five of you, everyone, But you gave detailed confessions to participating in a crime that they had nothing to do with. You did not write. That is correct, right? His career and you know a lot of people. Just have a hard time understanding why anyone would ever confess to a crime? With a made up story that put them in the middle of this horrible act that they had nothing to do with it. How would you? Why would you ever under any circumstance? Agree to this Made up story? Can you help us understand how that happened? To these kinds. You know, as I see it, and this made up story these false narratives, right? They became part of this false confession. I remember when I was there with Corey, hearing him getting beat up in the next room. I remember hearing him yellow. OK, OK, I'll tell you And he made if I'm not mistaken. Four completely different. Confessions. Four completely different words. The one that he implicated me and He played at my trial. And all we wanted to do was go home. This was a nightmare. We were. We were delirious with hunger. We were delirious, You know, because time was passing and we didn't know what time it was just a whole nightmare of the whole situation. And I think What happened is after a certain point you break In the breaking point. You say anything that will allow you to get out of that. Remember listening to Ramos Antennas, confession his false confession. And he accurately described this process in such a powerful way. Where he said they gave me the options. Showed him a photograph and said this woman was beaten. Very badly. She had to be beaten with something. What was she beaten with? That he didn't know because he wasn't there. He said. Come on, I had to be a brick. Rock or pipe they gave him the options. Remember hearing his false confession at trial, and it was the most craziest thing that people believed in 1989. Here he is being Me to say. At approximately 1900 hours mean a group of my colleagues began to walk sound. Other wording might not be exactly that. But it's something that's so outrageous. Not something of a teenager would ever say. All right, right, right, right, And he and he looks up. He looks up in the documentary the Central Park five and says What? 14 year old boy talks like that. I remember being in the movie theaters while people were watching that scene in particular. In the gasp. The audible gasp that you heard in the room was as if they had for the first time we've ill that they had been tricked. You mentioned that everybody wanted to go home. Were you told Tell us the story and you can go home. I was Woz. And every time I told the story every time I told everything that I knew about the events that night They kept saying. Is this one? The jogger was this when you got the jungle was that when you got the jogger, and I didn't know anything about a jogger, so I couldn't say yes or no? I said, I don't know anything about a jogger. I'm telling you what I saw. Did you ever in your despair make up a story as the others did, or or left. Let's say adopt the story that had been suggested that you participated in this attack. Did not. Okay, so you hung on. And then your mom eventually showed up right and said You can't be talking to her. Yeah, she told me and she told me something that's very important..
"five young" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"All you Democrats that claim the high moral ground. Where the hell are you now? Young Children. Being left to die in the hot desert sun. With nothing. No clothing to protect themselves from Son of sunburn or sun poisoning. Etcetera. This is out of control. This is not humane behavior. This is not the way the United States of America should act. I don't care who's in office. Then you have this idiot Department of Homeland Security secretary in New York. US. Told Rabb or reporters yesterday. But the border is closed This after a record 178,000 illegal aliens stormed across the border in the month of April, 178,000 is believed 20,000. Of them are Children. Now for the Children to five Children were saved by a farmer Hobbs and his wife. How many more are saved? How many more have died, Katie Hobbs said. They're going to be a lot of deaths this summer. Needless death does that could be avoided. And prevented Joe Biden and Camel Harris. Don't care. There's New York us with his pronouncement that the border is closed. What I meant is precisely that the border is closed. We are expelling single adults and families under the title 42 authority that rest with The Center for Disease Control. Faith and we decided as an administration in furtherance of the president's direction to admit minister our immigration laws of this country in an orderly and safe and humane way that we will not expel unaccompanied Children. Unfortunately, there's nothing orderly, safe or humane about any single one of the Biden Harris regime policies. Nothing His orderly Other than the regular invasion. That happens every day around 10 o'clock around this time, they just hundreds of illegals pour in to Texas. We have a cat all wrong yesterday from the Texas public policy form. There's nothing safe about it. People are dying. Criminals are getting into the country terrorist or getting of the country. And there's nothing you may nothing. Not a damn thing you could say is humane about watching five young girls. That could have died. If this farmer and he has a wife didn't stumble upon them on their lamp, 7 43 traffic.
"five young" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast
"But i also think if you're going to get a compensation drastic. You're going to have to tender him next season. What are you going to get another rage and if you're not convinced that he's going to perform up to that level that you wanna pay that last year of arbitration or if you just think that they they also they make the case that trade value is so tied for years of control that you wait any longer. He even if he starts to have a bounceback that teams. Maybe we'll value even lower because they're getting fewer years out of him now. I find that a little bit hard to believe if that twenty six years old than intended. He has a great first three months. And i really think that has trade value would be higher than it is right now but again. I mean to do that. You'd have to have a really good three months. And based on what we've seen the last two years maybe that's not gonna happen So yeah it was a surprising trade for me I didn't because for the same reason you said i. I thought that you're better off. Hold onto him at this point value so low. He should hope for something better. But i you know. I think they're just trying to make some They're taking kind of a very practical approach to a lot of this. You know it's it's to stomach dent similar to like when they did trae. mookie like. It's a very practical idea. Look we tried years before to get on a team friendly extension. We think it's going to have to take top of the market value signing in the more practical move as disco. Look let's just guarantee ourselves or return here get three good young players in the dodgers and trade him And then the dodgers signed him for open market value like that. That's a very practical way to put it. If if you're if you're not wanting to spend that much money But it just you know the is it the right thing to do. I don't know but it is a very practical. Let's let's take the sure thing route here and Definitely get a return and that's kind of what they did with been in vendee like right now. We can get five young players for him. Let's do it and i read an article. Alex cora had some comments recently about benintendi. I guess doing his own workout program going into the twenty nineteen season without clearing it with the team. don't know if that had anything to do with his underperformance or if it had anything with him getting traded. I mean twenty. Nineteen is so long ago that i i don't know if that would impact things but there's alex cora never afraid to speak out. We'll get to alex. Cora returning in a minute but but does do you think that had anything to do with this trade or no. Maybe because he did he did. Come in the different player but also as i understood. This was a heimat. Heim was looking to trade benintendi. Ever since he came in that someone he thought was was going to be the right. Move even leading into twenty twenty. So and if he's feeling that came into the organization that means he wasn't necessarily here for when benintendi showed up in different shape than twenty nineteen right so maybe he just saw that from afar and made that decision. But i think i think it really had much more to do with you. Know a player. That's run out a team control and not a guy who you decided you wanna to commit to long term and so again you make the practical move of. Let's just trade him now I don't yeah. I don't know that it all to do like i don't think they were angry at benintendi for putting on weight that year. It's just that it didn't keep did what he thought he was. He thought he was doing the right thing. He clearly worked. He worked hard and he had done that in college. Frankly like he jumped his stock in the drafted sophomore year. And some of that was he. Got a lot stronger and at a much better year at arkansas was the number seven overall pick so you can see how it made sense to him. And i don't think they took it as like you know him being insubordinate i think it was just like oh that didn't work what we had planned here. You know they were. They want him to be a leadoff hitter. And i think benintendi thought he was going to be number three or four or five here and it. It doesn't take a genius to have predicted the alex cora return. I think you. And i talked about this on one of our one of our episodes last year that you were on that. It kind of seemed like the writing was on the welfare. Alex cora to come back because the red sox didn't fully name. I'm drawing a blank on his name. Who was who was the acting manager last year. Round rookie right yeah. They never actually named him like like manager right. He was always interim manager so we always knew that was going to be a temporary thing and then there was a new hire gonna come in and then alex cora comes in after the comes back after the cheating scandal. And how do you think this is a like. What kind of look do you think this is for the team because it. Oh it's almost a from an outsider's perspective. It's almost like well. We don't really care. Alex cora's a good manager like an. Aj hinch got a new job. He didn't get a job with the astros but he got another jar so this is just more examples in baseball of cheating. But also it's not that bad.
"five young" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Direct TV news Whether traveling 95.5 w S. B Atlantis News and talk. It's 11 30. I'm Sabrina Keep it live in the WSB 24 hour News Center here in Atlanta a couple of deadly shootings this morning. Police say one person is in custody. After six people, including five young Children, were shot to death at a home in Oklahoma. Police say. Officers responded to a call about 1 30 this morning of multiple people shot it at home in Moscow be about 45 Miles south east of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Police Public information officer Lin Hamlin says officers arrived to find a suspect leaving that home that suspect eventually caught and is in custody. We don't believe that it's random, but we just don't have details yet of the Why or What happened other than we have five small Children that their deceased and one that don't mail another shooting this morning in South Florida, five FBI agents were shot there. Two of those agents are dead, three wounded while serving an arrest warrant for child porn charges. The suspect is also dead. 37 degrees on Peachtree Street. We are under a wind advisory today Highs on Lee around 45. Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast is coming up. Let's get a check the roads Veronica Gorillas in the WSB 24 hour traffic son is still watching delays that you try to make your way over into the Swanee area. All because of construction 85 north bound of 9 85 in the left lane, You're back up. Start around 3 17, So just allow a little extra time. I have more minutes. I'm Veronica around 95.5 wsb that massive winter storm. In the Northeast has left at least two people dead. This is ground Hog's day, and they've made their prediction. Books. Tony up Pucks A.
"five young" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Homeland Security to guarantee the plant workers in the country illegally are safe from deportation. And Jim Jim pursuer reports five of the six workers who died were Mexican citizens. We have 36 degrees on Peachtree Street, Cold and Wendy today. Wind advisory until 4 p.m. Today. Northwest winds gusting over 30 Miles an hour at times 10 degrees below normal today. Ah, hard freeze tonight and again tomorrow night little warmer Thursday and Friday, turning cold again next week. Chance of light snow Saturday night North suburbs too small to worry about for now, and WSB meteorologist Kirk Miller says this cold and wind is part of that massive storm that left two people dead in the Northeast breaking news from South Florida this morning of 25 FBI agents reportedly shot while serving a warrant. This is Brooke Schaeffer reporting from Sunrise, where an agent on the scene told me there are injuries but couldn't go into any more detail. Sources tell our partners at the Miami Herald. Five agents were possibly shot too gravely injured, three are Not in serious condition. Those same sources tell the Herald. This was a child porn investigation. The scene in Sunrise is a multi agency investigation. We are still waiting for an official update from the FBI, and the shooting reportedly happened around six o'clock this morning. Another shooting. Police say one person in custody after six people, including five young Children, were shot to death at a home in Oklahoma. Police say officers responded to a call about 1 30 this morning of multiple people shot at a home in Moscow G That's about 45 Miles south east of Tulsa. When officers went inside the scene, they discovered four small Children. Had been shot. And one adult male police public information officer Lin Hamlin says police arrived they found a suspect leaving that home that suspect eventually captured and is in custody. Update on the new U. K variant of.
"five young" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast
"Of lose contact with their sort of emotional regulatory systems It just sort of becomes like why wired incorrectly but just don't have access to emotional affect anymore and one way to seek a to sort of try to reconnect with that or try to feel something is to Basically do dangerous things do stupid things. The other thing is Third packing here is that they used to hang out with each other so if you have a bunch of boys all of their parents are sort of not paying attention to them. Neglecting them or whatever they hang out much more with each other by They spend less time in home and more time with other boys. And when you have a bunch of boys hanging out they're gonna going to be this sort of spiraling of like daring each other to do more and more dumb things just to impress each other Whereas boys who are living in more stable homes. They're probably just just through the fact of how they're spending their time. It's not even about what they're prone to do is just if you spend hours at home. Your mom and dad aren't going to dare you to do something. I'm just not going to get involved in that kind of behavior where you are with boys and then finally i'll just say this The sort of changing of different schools different environments So one thing with with young young males in particular is that we tend to like have a sort of hierarchy. even if we don't are not necessarily of it and when boys are introduced into a new group Fights are more likely to break out just because they want to know. What is this new kid made out. Like who is he. What is he capable of. And so it's a group of boys that ever gets together right. You can't go in and be like now boys. Don't do this because eventually somebody pushes somebody else. Like they are going to figure out who the toughest kid there is. There's no doubt in a group of boys right if you just leave five young kids. I've young boys in a in a room. And just watch them from afar. There will be sort of Out of the pecking order so to speak And for kids who tend to change more often be has a bad insensitive environment. Those fights are just more prone to happen whereas for boys who go to the same school with the same group of the same friends maybe early on. There's something that happens but then it gets established in that's it that's a really profound insight because it's something i lived through but could never have Have pulled out as something that i observed you. Were kind of making mention of like the outgrowth of new ways of thinking in one of the things that i have observed is that so i spend a lot of time with the engineering kind of high logic minded people so they are computer programmers. They like statistics or they're doing physics. Those kinds of things. And i think that like more traditionally we would've said people that are on the asperger's syndrome or spectrum like they they can't read facial cues but yet they are so logical that they can actually think around some of the emotional blocks that say somebody like me might might run into when thinking about an argument. My observation is that this group is growing and it may just be the they're coming together and finding one another. Do you find this to and are they at the elite universities or are these the people better do in the crypto punk not not going into traditional society. So you're asking specifically about these sort of engineering types talking about like the. Hi sue the yoshito box of the world. Or maybe even the lex friedman's like the the people that are so logical that like you know. Emotional disagreements are just. They're not they don't they. Just don't have them. Do you know. I think so like this..
"five young" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Been raised ferocious family, which include her husband. Three daughters and five young grandkids. Police have not yet disclosed what may have caused sock to be driving the wrong way on the highway. Aaron Vote New Jersey When 1.5 news How many jerseys First news 5 41. The extraordinary effort by some Republicans in Congress to still try and overturn the results of the election being condemned by an outpouring of current and former GOP officials there, warning the effort to sow doubt and Joe Biden's victory and keep President Trump in office is undermining Americans Faith in democracy. Trump is heard on tape pleading with Georgia's election chief. Overturned Biden's win in that state suggesting in a telephone call that the official find enough votes hand trump the victory bread. What are we gonna dono? We won the election and it's not fair to take it away from us like this. It's going to be very costly. In many ways, conversation was the latest step in an unprecedented effort by a sitting American president to reverse the outcome of a free and fair election that he clearly lost. Move that was not unexpected. The Jets have fired head coach Adam Gays who won just nine games in his two years of the helm. Only Rich Kotite in the nineties had a worst record. We're still quarterback Sam Donald regressed under gays who was brought in to help develop the high draft pick. His future is also uncertain. Jersey one on 1.5 years time, 5 42. And says We're going to see improvement in the weather. And then what about the rest of the week? We'll get an extended look at the forecast. And then a recap of our top stories.
Some Young Republican Activists Worry About The Future Of Their Party
"Week's Republican National Convention offered direct appeals to a new generation of voters. It showcased figures like Madison Cawthorne, a congressional candidate in North Carolina. I just turned 25. When I'm elected this November, I'll be the youngest member of Congress in over 200 years. And if you don't think young people can change the world. Then you just don't know American history. But President Trump's appeal with young voters is very limited. And some young Republican activists are concerned about the future of the party now totally defined by Trump. NPR's wanna Summers reports. Lizzie Bond is worried about the future of the Republican Party. The 21 year old Duke University students said the party today is failing to speak to people like her. She describes herself as conservative, reasonable and a person of faith. In 2016. She could not support Donald Trump and instead volunteered in support of Hillary Clinton's campaign. I think specifically within my age cohort, there's a lot of enthusiasm for President Trump. But then there are also a lot of people who are inclined to be conservative who are so disillusioned by everything that they see on the right. That it's hard not to think that the future of the Republican Party is doomed. Research from Circle, a research center at Tufts University found that nearly one in five young voters who backed Republicans in 2018 plan to support Joe Biden this year. Mike brought. Oh, said one reason why young people maybe turning away is because the Republican Party is not talking about the right issues. One of our main themes is that There are issues that Gen Z voters care about, including on the center, right? At the party has failed to address time and time again. Climate change racial injustice Algebra two plus issues. Broda was 20 and goes to Georgetown University. He's the executive director of Gen Z GOP. A group that's looking to reach young Republicans. He's planning to vote for Joe Biden, but hopes that there will be a better Republican option than Trump in 2024. Now I think with the ultimate determining factor is that Draws me away from him completely is his poor approach to governance. And that's evident in his handling the code 19 pandemic, and it's no longer just about his policies were inconsistent with my views for what's best for the country. It's how he approaches those policies. Many young Republicans said that coming of age as a conservative today has been a bit of a surreal experience. I still remember sitting in this restaurant with some friends and be like, Oh, wouldn't it be like the weirdest thing if the race ended up being Trump versus Hillary, and we're like, Oh, my goodness that would never happen like that Be so awful and Lo and behold, it's what happened. That's Grace Klein. She's 18 and just started her first year at Arizona State University. She described herself as very against Trump during the 2016 Republican primary. Four years later, things have changed. I'm going to be voting for the first time in November, and I am an adamant supporter. I will 100% vote for him now client said Trump has exceeded her expectations. But there are some things she does not agree with. She specifically mentioned some of the president's tweets. But she said that his record and his values help her look past what she described as personality flaws. And there's one issue that Klein said, is central to her political identity. I believe That the rightto life starts at conception. And if a candidate doesn't support that I will not support them. Curl in Monastir is a 19 year old student at Coker College in South Carolina. He said the most important issue for him as a conservative is standing up for the Constitution. He was initially open to supporting President Trump in November. But right now that seems unlikely. Everyday on TV, the land between Vice President Biden and the libertarian candidate, Jo George. And Back in North Carolina. Lizzie Bond isn't sure either. So in November, I'm facing that really Really difficult decision. I likely won't be supporting either presidential candidate. Voters like her have just 63 days to figure it out on a summer's NPR news.
Fowzia Karimi: Above Us the Milky Way
"From time to time I find a novel from oppress, than are only a little familiar with and a novelist I'm not familiar with at all and today. That novelist is full. Zia Karimi and the press is deep van them. They are both the author and the press in Texas this book. By my guest Cozier Karimi. is in every way a remarkable book that's called above I the Milky Way. It some title or it's scripture is an illuminated alphabet, and the author once again is full Foser, Karimi? The. Cover Shows the nighttime sky and many many stars and galaxies. As I read the book. I learned that I. had. Created an absolutely unique event I. Don't think I've ever seen it in a novel before. Can you talk about what happens to the sky in the snow of foods here? How well the sky I mean the sky is always there. The Moon is always there. The Sun is always shining down and book which is about. A family of family of two parents and five young daughters having to. Suddenly deal with something let basically falls down from the sky. which is a the Soviet army coming? Out of nowhere to take over their country, their city Kabul and the sky, suddenly that was filled with sunshine and the sound of birds and nature is. Filled with bombs falling. In so the novel begins there at the beginning of the the Russian invasion of Ghanistan and the family has to soon within a year that they leave. They come to California which Brings Color in sunshine back to them. Because it is a after all southern California, it's where I grew up and there it is the land of Sunshine. It's the land of the sun, so we have the beginning of the book the Sun there, but because wore. Affects us on an inner level as much as an outer one the family has taken all this into their being as a family as individuals as parents as very young girls and. They are on the land of Sunshine, but as we get halfway through the book, the inner lives. The interior comes out their dream worlds and you realize that. While the sun is very much there in California the what they're actually living underneath is the night sky the stars. Yes, and therefore above us the Milky Way, and therefore magnificently. The cover of the book shows us what happens when the sun has gone out and in this book, the war and oppositions are constant is between Sun and the moon between the day in the night. And the essentially, therefore between the kosher of Afghanistan, which is seen as a nighttime culture and the culture of California which is seen as a son culture. Now when you think about, Ghanistan and you think of all the bombing that went on there you do. You can't help it. You realize that we have bombed. What the Arabian Nights! The nights have been
International Labor Organization: 1 in 5 young people out of work due to pandemic
"Says worldwide one in five young people have stopped working since the onset of the providers in you analysis of the impact of the pandemic on employment the young lady says it's inflicting a triple shock on young people it's destroying jobs disrupting education and training and creating new obstacles to those seeking to enter the labor market move between jobs the agency's director general guy Ryder said young people especially women would being hit harder and faster than any other group without immediate action to help them he warned the legacy of the virus could persist for decades the report calls for targeted government measures to assist young people get jobs and training the BBC's
One in five young people has stopped working since the pandemic started
"The international labor organization says worldwide one in five young people have stopped working since the onset of the providers in you analysis of the impact of the pandemic on employment the young lady says it's inflicting a triple shock on young people it's destroying jobs disrupting education and training and creating new obstacles to those seeking to enter the labor market or move between jobs the agency's director general guy Ryder said young people especially women would being hit harder and faster than any other group without immediate action to help them he warned the legacy of the virus could persist for decades the report calls for targeted government measures to assist young people get jobs and training
Millions holed up, vaccine trial starts
"A government official says a clinical trial evaluating a vaccine designed to protect against the new coronavirus will begin today testing will begin on forty five young healthy volunteers that's taking place at a Kaiser research facility in Seattle the vaccine was co developed by NIH and moderna a biotechnology company based in Cambridge Massachusetts public health officials say it'll take a year to eighteen months to fully validate any potential vaccine I'm Jennifer king
U.S. clinical trial for coronavirus vaccine to begin Monday
"Are been Thomas reports on a clinical trial that's about to begin for a corona virus vaccine a government official tells the Associated Press a clinical trial is set to begin for a vaccine against the new coronavirus the official says the first participant will receive the experimental vaccine Monday the national institutes of health is funding the trial which is taking place at a Kaiser Permanente a research facility in Washington state forty five young healthy volunteers will receive different doses co developed by N. I. H. N. moderno Inc there's no chance participants could get infected from the shops because they don't contain the virus itself the goal is purely to check that the vaccines show no worries some side effects and set the stage for larger tests public health officials say it will take a year to eighteen months to fully validate any potential vaccine Ben Thomas
Government official: Coronavirus vaccine trial starts Monday
"The official says the first participant will receive the experimental vaccine Monday the national institutes of health is funding the trial which is taking place at a Kaiser Permanente a research facility in Washington state forty five young healthy volunteers will receive different doses co developed by N. I. H. N. moderno Inc there's no chance participants could get infected from the shops because they don't contain the virus itself the goal is purely to check that the vaccines show no worries some side effects and set the stage for larger tests public health officials say it will take a year to eighteen months to fully validate any potential vaccine Ben Thomas Washington
How does music influence your workout?
"For many as we've known that music has impacted us in numerous different ways. It captures attention like in films when a jump scares approaching it can trigger a sense of or range of emotions building a sense of anticipation it can ultra regulate our mood. It can increase our work. Output it can even induce states higher functioning and much more. It's also been found to have an ogre. Genyk fact Menia can help increase exercise performance. It can delay fatigue and accounting crease. Power and strength. Caffeine is another ugly genyk substance that's been proven to be quite effective by many sports scientists. It's really difficult to understand what it is about music. That may be helping us to work out harder if it does this atoll. Ginette Bicknell in her article for psychology. Day writes that. It's hard to know whether it's the internal characteristics the music such as the tempo the rhythm and so on or fits the external features such as the personal or cultural associations that the musical scene carries the regardless of what it is about the music the overall impression given by this research is highly positive when music is used before athletic activity it has been shown to increase arousal to facilitate relevant imagery and to improve the performance of simple tasks. It can increase physical capacity improve. Your energy efficiency and influential moved on one such study which backs this up was called the effect of Music Tempo on exercise performance on heart rate among young adults. Now this study psalm. Twenty five young men and twenty five women. He will untrained in the sense they want experienced athletes on the study found that music helped to increase that total exercise duration. So why might music Viagra Genetic Whoa? Several studies found the music benefits. Performance by reducing perceived exertion for example study published in the social and applied psychology of music. Found that music distracts from pain and Jud during exercise for competing sensory stimuli. Because it's easy to forget about this pain. All the fatigue you're experiencing what assume you're listening to is distracting you however there's also a study. The effects of music on work rate distribution during cycling time trial on this study found the opposite to be true. They had sixteen physically. Active participants. Perform two ten K. Time trials on cycle Goma's to different conditions. One group played without without music on the other with trump's music playing out now the group listening to music don't average improvement of twenty two seconds to percents explained mostly by an increase in the first three K. Author Ten K. But interestingly enough ratings of perceived exertion will consistently higher for all the time trial where music was playing with the research saying cycle speeds and proceed exertion would both higher during the music trial suggesting that participants were working hard during the music trial but they were fully aware. They were doing so. What's more other studies found that the power of music has definite limits while music can hamper physiological feedback knows at moderate levels of intensity. It is markedly less effective. When you're performing exercise at higher intensity it does not reduce perceptions of exertion exercise pushing themselves beyond that anaerobic threshold point at which Latin cast begins. Trip accumulates in the bloodstream. One possible explanation is that a high levels of intensity the body's physical feedback dominate the nervous system so destruction by any means actually more difficult to achieve also music seems a great to lesser trained exercises. Those who have less experience when it comes to health and fitness and this could be because trained oboe competitive athletes tend to work higher levels of intensity so there is some conflicting evidence there on what is going on that makes music of genetic on will definitely be interesting to see this space developed and I think personal preference also comes into play in this so when I think about it I can actually understand what the study is saying. That more experienced athletes actually have few benefits from music when compared to untrained athletes. I have a good friend. That is a very solid medium to long distance runner who is consistently puts out sub one fifteen times for half marathon which is very good considering the the amount of training does he is stopped listening to music altogether to allow him to focus on his breathing and he's found. This has helped him increases times. Just a more comfortable pace for example walls quite often. We hear less experienced athlete. Say that they want to try and run to the beat of a fast paced track. For example. Are they believe it helps them? Pick up the pace and the two thousand and six thirty. On that's in less experienced runners. Whilst listening to fast paced music participants increase the pace and distance traveled when on a treadmill and there is some truth in this as well. But obviously as you progress that you might find it is just listen to the signs or your body is actually giving you regardless. I think all continue to keep listening to music from my workouts based on my personal preference now. I think it makes me before. Recent studies have also share that participants. Who listened to music that they deemed pleasing hot higher levels of Serotonin which is obviously the feel good hormone so when you're approaching your workout listening to a song you go into a feeling better. Psyching himself up on an overall good moves how I want to workout so again. 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A Look Back at HIV
"Before we jump in. Let's clarify what exactly HIV and AIDS are good call. Hiv stands for human immunodeficiency virus which is a virus that causes Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome or AIDS. Yes so HIV is a retrovirus which means it is an rn. A virus that is a cellular machinery from the infected cell to do a reverse transcription of itself a DNA version which is inserted into the cells on DNA when the cell becomes active. It will make new copies of the virus that go out and continue the cycle and this is important because the drugs that we use today to combat HIV a variety of antiretroviral agents target different points in the cycle. The right combination of drugs can keep the viral load solo that it isn't detectable exactly so HIV infects a specific immune cell the CD four cell and over time the virus kills a CD foresaw which being part of the immune system plays a critical role in the body's ability to fight infection as de decline. The body becomes susceptible to opportunistic infections. Right these are often infections caused by pathogens that are normally present in on or around the body but a healthy immune system recognizes them and keep them in check someone with the depleted immune system however is susceptible to unusual infections. That healthy folks don't need to worry about. Plus they're they're susceptible. To all the irregular infections even healthy people get okay so an untreated course of goes something like this. A person is infected with HIV. The virus being transmitted during sexual activity directly into the bloodstream during childbirth or breastfeeding or a blood transfusion at this point the virus makes its way to the lymph nodes where has access to lots of CD. Four cells and replicates like crazy? This goes on for about three weeks three or four weeks. The patient may experience a viral type of illness during this time period. Fever swollen glands rash but not everyone experiences this yes and it feels like a regular just viral infections. So you don't really think about that. That might be what it is but after about two weeks the viral load in the blood is at a peak and CD four levels fall. This is a period of time where it is really easy to transmit the disease to another sexual partner because the viral load is so high after about six months the viral load and CD. Four count stabilized to set point and the chronic phase issue begins. This can last a up to ten years without treatment during which HIV gradually destroys CD. Four cells at some point the CD four count gets low enough. That opportunistic infections are possible. Yes and that's how we define AIDS either the CD. Four count is below two hundred cells per mil or the patient has an AIDS defining conditions such as retinitis from cmv cytomegalovirus or invasive cervical cancer or many many others so this was the typical course of disease for people early in the epidemic. Did you amy? That AIDS was around before the Nineteen Seventy S. That's when the epidemic began but it is believed that the virus jump from chimpanzees to humans in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in one thousand. Nine hundred and sporadic cases were reported from then until the mid seventies when the epidemic got its legs. Very interesting now. It wasn't until Nineteen eighty-one that we really understood what was happening in. La There were five young gay men who develop Mrs to screen pneumonia PCP which is now new. Mississippi'S VICI pneumonia. I know I can never get used to that. I still call it. Pcp Yeah. I'm sure a lot of school. It was pretty much standard at the time right. I mean that was like defy so defining but anyways another group in New York in California who developed Kassy's sarcoma which is an aggressive cancer caused by the human herpes virus eight that wouldn't normally happen without a suppressed. Immune system right both of those diseases. And by the end of that year there were two hundred seventy cases of severe immune deficiency among gay men and nearly half had died. Yeah that we knew so fast forward. A few years by the end of nineteen eighty five. There were over. Twenty thousand reported cases coming from every region of the world. The virus was officially named in Nineteen eighty-six and in nineteen eighty seven A. Z. T. was introduced. The this was the first antiretroviral drug this drug worked by inhibiting the initial reverse transcription of the virus into DNA. This was a very exciting development because the epidemic was growing quickly. Now there were three hundred seven thousand reported AIDS cases worldwide compared to the twenty thousand. You mentioned just fine. Harsh prior and two hundred and seventy just nine years prior to that. It's impressive how. The pharmaceutical industry kind of ramped up so quickly research development. Yeah and those remember. Those were the reported numbers so they estimated that there were actually a million AIDS cases in another eight to ten million living with HIV worldwide. At that point. So if you're younger just in med school residency right now. It's hard to explain. How unsettling this was that how fast it was spreading right. Yeah and these patients were so sick and dying in such large numbers and there didn't seem to be in and site to the expansion of the epidemic. So there's a lot of fear and misinformation out there the had a policy to not allow those infected with HIV into the country and it was still viewed as a gay disease. So that created a lot of stigma for the LGBTQ community so by nineteen ninety three. There were two point five million AIDS cases globally the US Congress dug in and voted to continue the travel ban. Things are not looking good even with easy. T- which wasn't really panning out as everyone had hoped. And the fact that it was approved at all was questioned by many. Yeah so but in one thousand nine hundred things really started changing. This was kind of a turning point. The first price inhibitor was approved these inhibit the protease enzyme. Which is important in the translation of HIV v? Virus back into Aurigny. Yeah and this was the beginning of Heart H. A. RT highly active antiretroviral therapy and it immediately dropped deaths from AIDS related diseases by at least sixty percent but still there were thirty three million people living with HIV by nineteen ninety nine and fourteen million people had died since epidemic began. Those are huge as is to be expected the UN had to step in and negotiate prices to make antiretroviral therapy available to the people who need it The World Trade Organization that announce the Doha Declaration allowing developing countries to manufacture generic versions of drugs. Go See Fire Dallas buyers club. Yes also yeah so in the two thousands people who needed it weren't getting treatment aids. Was the number one cause of death in sub Saharan Africa. That blows my mind by the two thousand ten. A lot of goals had been set to get treatment where it was needed and have the spread of HIV an organization such as the UN and the World Health Organization and individual government agencies are getting involved at this point yeah the US finally lifted the travel ban for people with HIV treatments that decrease the chance of spread were discovered pre exposure prophylaxis or prep was shown to reduce transmission between male and male sexual partners by about forty four percent. Yeah in two thousand. Eleven research demonstrated that early initiation of antiretroviral treatment reduce transmission to partners by ninety six percent. So this is a real game changer. Because until this time the antiretrovirals weren't started until HIV was had started advancing and causing aids. So this is when they started the treatment early after the infection was discovered and it really changed things as far as transmission. Yeah as related. Deaths fell thirty percent from the peak. Year two thousand five and thirty five million people were living with HIV dramatic slowdown in the spread of the epidemic compared to previous decades. Yeah Okay but now we may find yourselves at a standstill here. We are twenty twenty because the immediate crisis of the wildfire spread and almost certain death is well behind us. Attention has waned key populations that account for over half of new infections are not receiving access to combination therapy and the gap between resource need and provisions as widening. The funding is is shrinking. It's pretty typical right. Yeah as a species. Humans aren't very good at thinking long term. If it's not an immediate threat it's not threat right well. It is a threat to those populations. So there's clearly still stigma that has marginalizing
Peter Morgan Presents "Successor" To "The Crown" As Series Enters 1960s, '70s
"Let's get back to fresh air contributor Dave Davies and his twenty eighteen interview with Peter Morgan creator and writer of the crown and writer of the queen the last king of Scotland and frost Nixon the third season of the crown starring Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth the second begin Sunday on Netflix you know therefore is just terrific in this role and I've been I assume you were involved in the casting what were you looking for and what did you see in her arms thirty one year old on the cost of care for which is now sort of with almost impossible to imagine we'll see you know she was overlooked so this doesn't reflect well on me but I will tell the story and live in shame so what time is we'd be so I would be sent the list of people coming to the costing some are looked on the list and Wednesdays as it were costing session would involve the following five young actresses I looked on the list like a one is that when that when that one of the other ones are interesting I'll come in at eleven to see that one I'll come in at twelve because I'm busy and important to lime faltered and who whoever the sky for business I'm I'm not into that I overlooked and snapped on no fewer than five occasions until there was one time where like simply couldn't avoid it because interest in the one before the one off the hook and so I then states to see her none of what what what no one should what's the matter with and if you want to talk to this when they said pizza she's been on for five occasions and each time you have studiously avoided and I suppose she's fantastic he what did you see what what did you see captivate what but it's not an easy part I mean you have to be both forgive me well I said but we have to be both playing in stunning you know the she has to have both and and then a number of the actors that came in was simply too beautiful you know to conventional beautiful too the faces did not have the full range because Elizabeth winter is a beautiful walls it is arguably still a beautiful woman but not all the time not from every angle and her face lights up you know with a smile and can look quite grumpy quite like a wet weekend when not smiling and be overlooking pulling quite plain and you need to believe she has intelligence and understand her intelligence because the queen country to what people think I think she has an intelligence and a very sharp memory and intolerance of fools but at the same time she's not that intellectually curious and so she three both quick and alert and yet at the same time capable of repose and being quite does fall so it's not easy and she has to be emotionally stable and I don't think and act to connect I'm across the chasm but it's so helps if they all thought and clamp brought a lot of thought into the pond and then active a lot of the stuff they shouldn't have to perfection eyesore in a in an instant but she could do it want to talk about we've talked a bit about the queen which is this the feature film that you did before you did the series the crowns was directed by Stephen Frears and we'll we'll hear seen here this is about the moment in nineteen ninety seven when princess Diana has been killed in a car accident and because she is divorced from the royal family the queen sees her death as a private matter with no need for a public appearance reason statement from her the queen in fact she takes her family and Diana's two boys who are her grandchildren to the royal St in Scotland come to to just get away while London is morning and be in this scene we're gonna hear she gets a call for the prime minister Tony Blair played by Michael sheen who is concerned because the public and the press are seeing the royal family as heartless because it's expressed no grief at Diana's passing so we hear the queen pick up the phone to speak to the prime minister prime minister good morning match day sorry to disturb but I was just wondering whether you'd seen any of today's papers we managed to look at one or two in which case five question would be whether you felt some kind of response might be necessary I believe a few over either editors are doing their best to sell newspapers that would be a mistake to dance to their tune under normal circumstances I would agree box well my advice is I've been taking the temperature among the people on the streets and all the information I'm getting is that the mood what would you suggest prime minister some kind of a statement ma'am I believe the moment the statements has passed I would suggest flying the flag at half mast about pounds and coming down to London the earliest opportunity it would be a great comfort to all people and would help them with that grief grief if it's come down to London before I attend to my grandchildren who just lost her mother
Erie Pennsylvania And University Of Pittsburgh Medical Center discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"Developing story in the past hour five young children are dead another is in stable condition one adult taken to university of Pittsburgh Medical Center in critical condition after a house fire in Erie Pennsylvania early this morning according to police no word yet on the relationship of the people to each other the address of the fire matches the address of a daycare but it's unclear victims live there or were there as part of the day
Trump issues full pardons for five convicted criminals
"And Connie a visiting with the president talking about possible commutations or pardons for criminals we told you time was common well the time has come and it was yesterday when the president issued full pardons for five criminals who serve sentences on charges including drug trafficking weapons sales and illegal gambling side of the men's acceptance of responsibility for their crimes and the community service are terrible work better each has performed since their release so all five have done their time and been released in and now been pardoned one of them was guilty to improper use of federal property for transferring auto equipment another if convicted of using a telephone to distribute marijuana a third arrested sentence while working at any illegal gambling parlour the fourth was convicted for drug trafficking and fraud stemming from a drug crime and the fifth was an airport baggage handler who was convicted of crimes related to theft of fire arms from checked luggage an official statement from the White House after a careful review of the files of each of these individuals president trump has concluded that each are entirely deserving of executive clemency that full pardon by the way does restore the man's right to vote and the right to bear arms president also commuted the sentences of two people one a nonviolent first offender with five young children home and a wife with terminal cancer he was convicted of possession of sympathetic can of annoyed with intent to distribute he was accused of operating a business importing the drugs from China and Hong Kong and and selling them throughout the United States the other computation involved I'm a guy from Arkansas who was accused of participating in a bribery scheme to boost in Medicaid
Syria, Islamic State Group And Britain discussed on BBC World Service
"From Britain say the government has revoked the citizenship of two more women who traveled to Syria to join the Islamic state group. The Sunday Times says the women two sisters from London who have five young children between them living in separate refugee camps in Syria.