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Aleksei Navalny Out of a Coma and Responsive, German Doctors Say

TIME's Top Stories

04:20 min | Last week

Aleksei Navalny Out of a Coma and Responsive, German Doctors Say

"Poisoned Russian opposition leader Alexey Navales condition has improved allowing doctors to take him out of an induced coma. The German hospital treating him said, Monday Navan any of high profile critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin was flown to Germany last month after falling ill on August twentieth on a domestic flight in Russia. German chemical weapons experts say tests show the forty, four year old was poisoned with the Soviet era nerve agent prompting the German government last week to demand that Russia investigate the case. The patient has been removed from his medically induced coma and is being weaned off mechanical ventilation. Sherry t hospital said in a statement. He is responding to verbal stimuli. It remains to early to gauge the potential long-term effects off his severe poisoning. It added that the decision to publicly released details of his condition was made in consultation with Navales wife. Nirvana had been in an induced coma and the Berlin hospital since he was flown to Germany on August twenty seconds for treatment news of his gradual recovery came as German Chancellor Angela Merkel's office indicated that she might be willing to rethink the fate of a controversial German Russian gas pipeline project a sign of Berlin growing frustration over Moscow's stonewalling about the case. German authorities said last week that tends showed proof without doubt that Nevada any was poisoned with a chemical nerve agent from the Nova Chalk group British authorities identified the Soviet Era Nova Chuck as the poison used on former Russian spy Sergei script. Paul and his daughter in England in two thousand eighteen. Russia. has denied the Kremlin was involved in poisoning. All knee and accused Germany failing to provide evidence about the poisoning that it requested in late. August. German. Foreign Minister Heiko Moss said Sunday that the Russian reaction could determine whether Germany changes its long-standing backing for the Nord Stream two pipeline which brings Russian gas to Germany under the Baltic Sea bypassing Ukraine. The chancellor also believes that it's wrong to rule anything out MERCKEL spokesman Stephane. Siebert told reporters Monday after being asked about mosses comments. Previously Merckel had insisted on decoupling the of all case from the pipeline project which the US strongly opposes in August three US Republican senators threatened sanctions against the operator of a Baltic. Seaport located in Merkel's parliamentary constituency for its role as a staging post for ships involved in building Nordstrom to Siebert caution that it was premature to expect Moscow response to the matter within a few days. But made it clear that Berlin wants answers soon? I can't express a clear time-limited station except that we are certainly not talking about months or the end of the year he said. German diplomats rejected the Russian suggestion that Berlin was to blame for any delay in investigating the case noting that navalny was I treated for suspected poisoning in the Siberian city of. On August twentieth. All evidence witnesses, traces, and so forth are in the place where the crime was committed presumably somewhere in Siberia said German Foreign Ministry spokesman Christopher Burger. The CO leader of Germany's opposition Green Party Robert Habat called on the government to take a stronger stance and buried the pipeline. The project divide Europe it is economically nonsensical and oversized, and it is wrong in security policy terms harbut said. Completing it would mean that Russia can do what it wants. This signal must not be sad. Mikhail Lubinov. The Russian envoy international organizations in Vienna voiced suspicions about the timing of demands to link the pipeline with an ovonic. Ace. Suspicious Coincidence Nevada case and the final stage of Nord Stream two construction which some states desperately wants to be closed I am not fond of conspiracy theories, but it is obvious that the tragic events with the Volney are very timely and helpful for opponents of Ns to he tweeted.

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A Kennedy is on the ballot in Massachusetts. Here's why he's not guaranteed a victory.

Erin Burnett OutFront

03:47 min | 2 weeks ago

A Kennedy is on the ballot in Massachusetts. Here's why he's not guaranteed a victory.

"And out front up next we're. Just. From one of the most closely watched primaries this year a young Kennedy on the ballot in Massachusetts but can he unseat a seventy four year old incumbent? Because it's about ideas I am the youngest guy. In. This race. Tonight and the fight for twenty twenty a usual dynamic emerging Massachusetts ahead of tomorrow's Democratic Senate primary. The incumbent in his seventies was support from progressives, his challenger young and Kennedy Manu. Raju is out front. The Hiroshima Political Dynasty the grandson of the leap Robert F Kennedy campaigning to serve in the Senate like his famous great uncles and grandfather before him the. Certainly. I think you're doing great job. Hello. The candidate he's right there. For Life Magazine. Thirty nine year old Joe. Kennedy is facing something unexpected. Seventy four year old senator who has been in Congress for almost forty four years. Has Managed to galvanize support of young voters. Ahead of Tuesday's Massachusetts Senate primary I think that a lot of young people that are our age at least. From from our town have been similarly really inspired by Ed Markey polls show Senator Ed Markey as the favourite threatening to make the four term. The first Kennedy to lose a race in Massachusetts unlike other primaries this year were democratic incumbents have been ousted by liberal newcomers. Marquis has managed to turn that dynamic on its head because it's about ideas. I am the youngest guy. In this race Alexandria, it's been murky seizing the mantle of the insurgent, touting his support of liberal causes at the green new deal and endorsement of the progressive firebrand. Alexandria Cossio Cortes such the green new deal that I introduced Alexandria Cossio. Healthcare justice is on the ballot. That's Medicare for all that I next the Bernie. Sanders. When he introduced it yet, it's been Kennedy with the badging of the party establishment leader Speaker Nancy Pelosi Allies have been frustrated that marquee has not been held to account for full record over four decades like his backing of the Iraq war in two thousand and two the NAFTA deal in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, three, his position on racial issues like school desegregation dating back to the nineteen seventies progressive willing to look those hurdles that's up to a progressive movement. Out. I think an awful lot of folks in many parts of Massachusetts have a different view of that records and what that means to our communities after going door to door in working class Boston neighbors weekend. Kennedy. Accused Marquis of abandoning the state. He's been less time in the state than anybody else delegation in an interview with CNN Marquis fired back there is. No real record of Congressman Kennedy in his eight years leading on issues of of generational change in Washington Kennedy has waited until late in the campaign to stress that it's his family I. Guess It's a fighting. His blood wants to continue in the Senate tried to be really clear that it's GonNa Balance It's not my father, my grandfather brothers or anybody else and. You vote for me you're going to get now Kennedy does pull off an upset on Tuesday night it could be thanks in part to the fact that he is allies have spent more on television advertising than Markey and his allies roughly two million dollars more. But if he loses what Kennedy will do next still an open question we posed that question to him he didn't want to entertain it and said, he looks forward to running through the finish line and celebrating on Tuesday night.

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Navalny's medevac from Russia to Germany in limbo

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Navalny's medevac from Russia to Germany in limbo

"Family and allies of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny are fighting to get him moved to a German clinic from disappearing hospital where he has been in a coma for over twenty four hours of the local doctors refused to authorize the transfer and amid confusion about what caused the petitions grave condition Novotny a forty four year old politician who is one of president Vladimir Putin's fiercest critics has been admitted to an intensive care unit in a coma and disappearance city of Omsk following what his supporters according a suspected poisoning that they believe was engineered by the Kremlin a plane with German specialists and all the necessary equipment has landed on apple watch to pass to taking a volley to a clinic in Berlin but doctors at the hospital says condition is too unstable to transport him I'm sorry I shockingly

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Putin foe Navalny fighting for his life after suspected poisoning

Here & Now

04:27 min | Last month

Putin foe Navalny fighting for his life after suspected poisoning

"Russian opposition leader Alexia Vanni is reportedly unconscious in a hospital today and there are concerns that he was poisoned. He got sick on a flight in his plane had to make an emergency landing in the Russian city of. Joining us now is the BBC's Sergei Gorriak in Moscow. What is known about? What happened to Vanni? What would we know from now is that Navali is in stable but grave condition he's still in a coma is held in the hospital in the city of Ohm skits the middle of the Siberia and Navan his wife and his supporters came already from Moscow oems but the doctors there don't let them to go inside and to see what happens with Napoleon. Is, he also, we know that Navales supporters. Novalis. Team is going to transfer him in hospital in Europe probably that will be Hanover in Germany to be treating there because they don't believe Russian doctors and they believe more in medicine like broad But now his condition is critical and he's not ready to be transported which is why he's still there in. Now, he is forty four years old. He is a staunch critic of president. Putin, tell us more about who he is while for the last ten years broke Smith Lena has been the main opposition figure in. Russia he's the vocal critic of Putin. He's his thorn in a back. I can say so and he started as an opposition blogger right in about corruption cases among officials or businessmen somehow connected linked with the government they after he. Held a very successful campaign during the elections in two thousand eleven and these campaign against The United Russia party that's the main ruling party in this country. Made this party almost lose the elections in the State Duma. That's the parliament Navan only raised like lots of people to. Come on the streets they were mass rallies like hundreds of thousands of people in Moscow and Saint Petersburg and other cities who were protesting against United Russia the body which Nevada libels as a party of Crooks and thieves after that he tried. To run for mayor of Moscow. And dirt even tried to participate into the presidential election in two, thousand, eighteen. But he was barred from running because or was convicted in embezzlement He denies any wrongdoing. He thinks that these cases criminal case was political. He has a very successful anti corruption foundation which does a big and very A. Very good investigations on different politicians and Putin's France out He even made a very successful investigation on which means that if that's been A. Ex. President. Of Russia and Prime Minister after the that investigation specifically in two thousand seventeen, they will also mass rallies in Moscow. So there are lots of reasons, for Kremlin, not to love Nirvana as you can see. Well, and if indeed he was poisoned, this would not be the first Putin critic to be targeted. There's a long list not at all but what many experts here in Russia's say what I should agree with that such thing as only spoiling by. Either security services either some Putin's men could only happen with Putin's approval and. Now it there is no reason for Putin to try to put navalny in hospital or even to kill him because are no very prominent political campaigns running. No very big elections in Russia actually wouldn't have only was doing. Siberia. He was housing small campaigns for. Local elections in some Siberian cities where his supporters are running for some places in a city parliaments or regional parliaments, which is why still very puzzled about who and why would want Nevada to be poisoned and crime in spokesperson injury Paskov ready told that Kremlin wishes Nevada. Speedy recovery and they also told that they would help if Navales family would want him to be treated abroad.

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The Looming Eviction Crisis

The Indicator from Planet Money

08:41 min | Last month

The Looming Eviction Crisis

"Kathy Seeker is fifty five. She lives in an apartment that she rents in Camden South Carolina with her husband before the coronavirus pandemic, Cathy was working multiple jobs. She ran the cafe at a bookstore and she also worked as a server at a restaurant, but the pandemic would shut down both of those workplaces and in March Kathy started a new job at an assisted living facility working with dementia patients she likes to work, but it only pays twelve dollars an hour and overtime pay is not available to her so when I took the new job for my career. It then sent our rent back. Months just months, I don't make enough money to support myself. My husband had a stroke at forty four years ago so he's not able to work. By August Kathy had fallen thousands of dollars behind on her rent and twelve dollars an hour. She just was not making enough money to both pay her full rent and cover her other bills like eletricity and car insurance and her husband's medications and my landlord was wonderful to so patient with us really was wonderful but. He has to make money you know and I had reconciled in my head like how I was going to get rid of our stuff how we're gonNA live in the car. And that was just going to be okay. Kennedy says there was some dark moments then when the stress from the possibility of being addicted was just overwhelming to be in that desperate situation. To be in that desperate situation and really feel like you've done everything you possibly can you know I'm a Frugal Person I home schooled my children for years I know how to. Pinch a good penny but I there was no panic. This is indicated for planet money. I'm Cardiff Garcia and I'm Stacey Smith Today on the show evictions millions possibly tens of millions of renters throughout the US could soon face a similar situation to the one that Kathy was facing the loss of jobs and income. So many of these renters has left the country with a possible evictions crisis and that crisis could have catastrophic consequences both for the renter's themselves and also for the whole economy. This message comes from NPR. Sponsor Microsoft the world has changed and Microsoft teams is there to help us stay connected teams is the safe and secure way to chat meet call and collaborate to learn more visit Microsoft dot com slash teams. Support for this podcast and the following message come from Google Google has a variety of free tools and resources to help small businesses adapt from trainings to on-demand classes through grow with Google explore Google's free tools for small businesses at Google Dot, com slash small business. The rent for the apartment the Kathy Kirchner shares with her husband in Camden South Carolina is six, hundred, ninety, five dollars a month, and she cannot afford that on her wages from the assisted living facility where she now works it's really difficult. My paycheck today was five, hundred, ninety, five dollars and and that's for two weeks even before the covert pandemic roughly one out of every four renting households in the US. was already paying more than half of their monthly income in rent. So. Were already paying their rent paycheck to paycheck. But when the pandemic started the federal government along with state and local governments did respond they responded with policies to help avoid an immediate surge fictions for a lot of these renters congress and the president expanded unemployment benefits in the cares act passed in late March, which helped people who lost their jobs, keep paying their bills, things like rent plus a lot of state and local governments with these moratoriums in place that would stop landlords from a visiting tenants. The federal government added its own moratorium on fictions for a lot of housing complexes that it subsidizes but the expanded unemployment benefits expired at the end of July in the moratoriums on. In at least twenty, four of the states that had them had also expired by the end of July. Including the moratorium in Kathy's own State of South Carolina. The Federal Moratorium has also expired and all of these reasons why so many housing experts are now warning that innovations crisis could start soon and the people who are most vulnerable to innovations. Crisis are low income renters according to the Urban Institute. Low income renters are more likely to have held jobs that have been lost in the Cova pandemic especially jobs in food. Services and the retail sector. In fact, two of the jobs that Kathy Secrets your work before the pandemic in a restaurant and in a bookstore were in those two sectors. The new job she took at the assisted living facility did not pay her nearly enough to offset the income she lost, but the economy is still in rough shape. So finding the kind of works used to do is just still really hard this hard when you're willing to work three four jobs like I'm not afraid to work, but you can't find work. A lot of Americans can't find work right now and many are struggling to pay their rent according to the Census Bureau roughly one out of five renters could not pay their rent on time in July and August could be worse nearly one out of three renters said the either had no confidence only slight confidence that they could pay their August rent for months. Kathy says that she herself could only pay partial rent her landlord kept growing tab for her running. into thousands of dollars and I would ask him every couple of months to show us what where we work because I was trying to make payments I would I would keep making payments, but it would be like three hundred dollars for the month. Well, that's less than half of what I, what I them, even though I have a job that's a you know a decent job, but it was it was a challenge. You know it's very stressful to live under that. Environment, if innovations crisis does become a reality communities of color would also be disproportionately hurt partly because a much higher share of black and Latino. Households are renters instead of homeowners there about twice as likely as white households to rent, and before the pandemic, they were already much more likely to face eviction than white households. If there is any good news here, it's just evictions. Crisis is not actually started yet. The warning signs are flashing red but so far evictions. Are actually quite low in a lot of major cities that of course does not mean that everything is fine. Remember that the expanded unemployment benefits and the state moratoriums on fictions only just expired a few weeks ago and it could take a bit of time before the struggles that people are having in paying their rent translate into actual evictions and it also means of course that there is still time for federal state and local policymakers to act again and possibly avert. Meanwhile. In at least some parts of the country hundreds of rental systems, programs have been directing their money to help prevent evictions and a lot of them have received money from the federal government for this very purpose and one of those organizations ended up helping Kathy. In fact, it was actually her landlord who put her in touch with the local program from the United Way that Helps Fight Homelessness this program called New Day Kathy applied and got a grant from new day. She was approved to receive about four thousand dollars and that money cleared all the background Kathy owed her landlord a felt like I. Finally had a chance to get my head. Slightly above water so that I could breathe and it would give me that time that I needed. To get my life together again, and by the first of September, we'll be able to put the rest of my rent down like I'll be able to breathe. Of course, a new start does not mean everything will continue to be fine in the future Kathy's hopeful that as the economy recovers, she'll be able to find other jobs to supplement her income but that partly also depends on whether it becomes safe to work those jobs while there is still a pandemic, there is no certainty about this or about whether the economy will keep recovering. So in the meantime, Kathy has a message for policymakers. Anything can turn on a dime and there are people who are really hard working. who really don't want take charity but don't have a choice. And if it is something that can help people even. Anybody. I would absolutely begged them to consider to continue these programs. We need them people that want to make their rent they want. To, pay their bills. They don't. WanNa take charity they and they're working as hard as they can. You know, and then when you add in the stress of. VID. And going out. Even, if you don't have to work environment like, I do just to go out, it's it's so mentally exhausting. The the mental anguish of not being able to pay your bills is overwhelming. Overwhelming And I don't. I don't. Know How funding works but I do know that if there had not been this funding. I'd, be in my car.

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Episode Two: Bernard Freeman aka Bun-B - burst 01

FreeWorld Podcast

10:02 min | Last month

Episode Two: Bernard Freeman aka Bun-B - burst 01

"This is. Free. With Derek Freeman. Hello Mr Freeman. Doing. All right, brother. Appreciate you coming on. Problem and thanks avenue now for everybody that's listening in, we have none other than Bernard Freeman Aka Bundy. My friend, my cousin live in inside the free world podcast with us. Bunny sounds like you're on the road man just just let us know how much time you got. We got. We got some questions for you today. We make it happen. I everybody. Knows Bun the the big thing that everybody knows about you man of course as you G K, and since the beginning you guys have read Port Arthur Texas. Oh, you know not only Port Arthur but you had spent time a lot of time in childhood is in Houston also rep Houston real heavy but tell us a little bit about de growing up in port. Arthur where you're from in the experiences in, PORT ARTHUR IN HOUSTON. as you know you listen I'm not sure if they know not you know put up very small. Industrial town is out of the sexist. Population varies I guess between fifty and fifty, five, thousand depending on the time you check. Build around all refineries You know put out there Bouma. both sprouted up, do this spindle top. So You know pretty much all the small towns in that area surrounding spending time. dairy pretty much facilitate life for the people who worked at the refiners, and so it was it's a blessing and a curse because as a blessing provided a lot of jobs and opportunities in the early days but. If you don't have. Really a Give up you don't work for the refineries for a company that facilitates the refinery and finding good sustainable work can be difficult. A lot of our eggs are in the same basket here. Definitely the we're we're tied to that that oil and gas you know here in Port Arthur. So you know someone with with as much talent as yourself. There's not many opportunities. So you know you had to look the places in thankful that. You know you had connections in Houston and was comfortable moving around in a big city in in making connections. Yeah. I spent a lot of my early years and he's been going back and forth unfortunately I was I was born in Houston but then my parents divorced my mother moved to put because a lot of her family that weren't in Louisiana or Houston when living input and she just wanted a breadth she and. Her aunt. My Grandmother's younger sisters was very close in age with my Mama Mama. Can I born and so they had a very strong relationship and so my mom moved to Port Arthur because there were structure there for But as I got older and started, you know wanting to find my way in the world specifically with entertainment right product didn't afford me any of those opportunities. So you kinda add to go to the big city to make your bones. So to speak but you know I've. been a big part of the culture music. Wise. So we kind of knew where to look and started trying to touch base with stuff but our connection added came on the flute. We were actually in Houston shopping, and so we went to kings flea market on the south side. And just. So happened that there was a guy there named Russell. Washington who had A. Record store but was actually looking for talent So we drove spanked of Houston and wind got the demo tape and then brought it all the way back to. HOUSTON. To store. Let him here a few songs He fell in love with the earliest thing earliest edit of. Debbie something good. which featured more than just me and Tampa. By this time, we ended up putting it out. It was only Tampa. And from that point on I get, the rest is history. Man, in history you've made definitely you know let's take real quick take it back. Just a little bit of the way we Mitt was was something unique in not I'll never forget it. I was a freshman in high school and we had a class together theater and your last name was Freeman and my last name was Freeman and we've got to talk and one day I. Think I told you that my dad was from Ville Platte and you said you'd from Vail plant and you say, well, my dad's from veal platinum next thing you know I think you went check Some of the lines and I went check some of the family lines and sure enough we were kin and from then on man I I just. I've already. Thought you were intelligent. One of the most intelligent people I've met even in my forty four years that I've been on this earth man I told you such a high regard. But from that point Oh man I watched you in and you've always been a motivator a trendsetter and you've left breadcrumbs for somebody like myself that can follow if you have ambition if driving I've always appreciated what of the people that hit us on facebook you know put something out there earlier was like. Man I'm getting ready to go online with gun right now we're doing the free world pie cast any questions and we'll take one questions and somebody they hit us up was big Jack. So Big Jackson Holler at you man said what's up and I was thinking about big Jag being in the same class with us you big Jack and I think Nolan Davis. And your cats were I just looked up to you guys so. Jackson was up man but that was the beginning days g K. so that was did. With. Big Time or how big time come about. Is that well, they came from that initial day of going to the market you know and we came to the agreement that. We are open to working with him and you know we were very young industry. We didn't really know anything as far as easy business and he didn't either like he came in from a retail aspect, but he always had a really good ear for music and You know he was the one that out of all the stuff that tell me something good was actually one of the oldest on. That we had in the catalogue at that time. So we brought him everything that we had, and he listen to some of the newer stuff which would have been like cocaine tobacco. The ride would have been part of that as well. but he was like, yeah, I mean. It's cool but they the tell me something good that that. Like I said he had yet amazing. You know yeah. No maintenance here for that kind of thing man shot big Joe me and Jack was. down. With each other and Nolan of course, normal ones you know probably one of my closest friends in school and the funny thing was with working with Nolan like Nolan I both kind of woke up when Bain was like. Let's go sign up for the navy. and. So we went we went there today we went to the naval officer assigned everything, but we didn't take the oath and then like a couple of weeks later, we were like Joe. I don't think that's what we. And they tried to they tried to Pigeonhole as into it and you know I tested very high tested like ninety, seven coadjutor. So their their whole day for me was like we WANNA. Thank you get college and we also WanNa put you basically on a nuclear submarine bike. So we want to college. To understand how to you know work in that field like engineering. and. Then put you on a nuclear submarine and. I Love Water I love this women all of the idea of. Underwater. For my dad time that was that was not what I was about that was not what I wanted to do with my life. So we had the we realize that like the easiest way to get out of that would have been to get scholarships. So that's when no letting I really started focusing heavily on drama and ended up getting Scholarships back in the Senate. And that kind of the way of of getting them like off of our. Of Our case at the time, and then after that, we decided that that wasn't. So. We were young kids bad. You know we you know. Thank God. We had options in life. we but we just didn't know what direction we wanted to go to at that point and and at that point I I really started to fall in love with the idea of of making music right so much that I loved theater. I just realized that wasn't necessarily path I wanted to take, and it's funny because music kind of brought me back around to that because being. Pop? Culture. I've actually been in a few feature films I was in the dirty third I was in This movie called. Video girl where I actually went meagan. Good. It's just the Maya good and Ruby Dee and I had like one on one team would ruby dee I Rueda de basically beat me up in the movie. Sat me around wow because I was the boyfriend until the Maya good and she ended up being killed. while she was with me because I have beef with them do out there that Ruby was like you know very upset with me forget it. Get a girl killed she kinda be up or whatever it was. It was amazing because you know you grow up. looking ruby dee is. That's film royalty. Definitely and So you know being party hip hop culture has not only made like you know my new dreams come true but even facilitating some old dreams come true. You know I'm very, very blessed. Individual man apposite. Very blessed very talented it full circle. You know I've always told you that that stage when we did the, we used to have a thing tell some of the folks if you you went to a draw drama festival, they had a thing called group impromptu and you know I had the honor of being in the group impromptu with Bun a few

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A Teacher's Aid

Kind World

05:00 min | 2 months ago

A Teacher's Aid

"Forty four year, old Jan Carson has an unusually good memory of childhood, but then again her childhood was unusual by any standard. It started off in a typical suburb in Phoenix Arizona Mom was a teacher dad. She says was a hippie stay at home. Father who occasionally dealt pot. And he was incredibly attentive. He brushed my hair and feed me breakfast every morning. He'd read to May. Take me to the petting zoo, but you know there were always signs of problems. Her Mother Link Carson knew something was wrong when her husband James. Carson began violently threatening. Anyone who upset Him. Including her the first few times. He said it. She didn't believe him the second few times he said it, and then he got a gun. In nineteen seventy nine, when five years old, her parents divorced after a decade of marriage. Shortly after James, Carson remarried and changed his name to Michael Barone Carson. And then the problems got worse. Jen's I her father and stepmother's house is etched in her memory. There was no furniture and lamps. It was dark and there were hundred potted plants. It looked like the haunted forest and Snow White. I remember actively trying to skip this house. General remembers a particularly terrifying moment. When her stepmother came into the room and started rubbing her back. She ended up scratching her and leaving five open wounds. She was saying things to me like I'll scratch this team and out of you it was. It was horrific. You remember when someone tries is threatening to kill you. You know unharmed. Show in this way so. After that visit I got home, my mom saw wounds and she said you're never going back there. Lynn took her daughter packed to personal car in the middle of the night and hit the road spending the next four years moving from city to city. They eventually settled in orange, county California. She told her young daughter that they needed to be away from her father because he was sick I, was incredibly angry so on top of my mom, having no one that's believing her for five years on top of that. She has a five six seven year old saying I hate you. I want my daddy. Jen's life at home was tough. Her mother struggled with depression. Her Life at school wasn't much better. She was behind academically and constantly got in trouble. I didn't really feel like I. was a bad student I felt like I was a bad person that my very makeup was bad at eight years old. Yeah, during this period, I had extreme depression. At School Jen's teacher didn't recognize her depression or cries for help. Instead. She constantly reprimanded her for acting out once, saying Jen was the worst students she'd ever had. That was like just throwing a match on my gasoline. So. My behavior then got worse throughout the rest of the year. She didn't feel safe anywhere. At Home Jen would often see police officers at her door. They ask about her father. She didn't know exactly why because her mother would always send her to room. Still she heard bits and pieces and knew it wasn't good. By Third Grade Jen was preparing herself for another difficult year I went into the class and I remember putting my hair in front of my eyes, and putting my head down, and just not wanting to interact with the new teacher. But then that teacher Mrs Sylvia case did something Jen didn't expect. I just remember her on day one day to day three Sane Jenny heard. You're such a great reader. Why don't you come? Help me hold the book? That was the beginning of something new Gen learned to love books, and over the year she caught up academically Mrs case was brought her Baratz as a prize for good grades on Her spelling test. They also kept the hair out of her is. She also helped John Apply for the girl scouts, and for reduced lunch when she suspected money was tight at home which it was. But what Gen remember most of all were misses cases, sincere and specific compliments. A lot of teachers will say good job. She would say you're cursive. Letter Ams look like art. And something I've tried to do the rest of my life because I think it is one of the kindest things you can do because you're saying to another human I, see you. And icy the goodness in you.

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Why the pandemic is getting worse, and how to think about the future

Short Wave

10:28 min | 2 months ago

Why the pandemic is getting worse, and how to think about the future

"Okay Richard, so there are about forty seven different things we could talk about to unpack the story of how we got here in where we're going, but we chose a few of the big ones to focus on in this episode, so testing was a mess at the beginning. It seemed to get better for a little bit, and now it seems like it's a mess again, so what happened? Well it is complicated. Let's take you back to the beginning of the epidemic when the decided to develop its own test for the corona virus, which is standard practice for them, but honestly they bungled it, and instead of reaching for tests developed in Germany and distributed widely by the World Health Organization the CDC fix this quickly, and they kept trying, but really that turned out to be a big mistake, and it cost us a lot of time. I think the CDC didn't really realize the scope of this epidemic early on federal health officials should have done what South Korea did for instance what they did overseas immediately spur commercial companies to produce large quantities of tests. The US eventually got to that point, but you know it was really late, and now, of course we are in better shape. The US is averaging something like six hundred thousand tests a day or sometimes even more than that, but. It's still far short of the amount of tests that experts say we should be doing. Yeah, and let me ask you about that. Because I've seen estimates that we need to be doing like double or triple, the amount of tests to really control the virus right and you know the number of tests you need to do is really relative to the number of infected people, so we have so many infected people, and that number is growing. We really need to be doing a lot more testing. For example scientists at the World Health Organization uses a rule of thumb that you should have enough tests that your when you get the results back only about five percent or coming back positive. That, means that most of the people are negative, which is what you'd hope what you'd expect right now. Unfortunately, we have states like Texas and Florida in Arizona where the number of percent positive is like seventeen, eighteen or even twenty five percent, and you know the percent positive rates keep going up, which means it's definitely not true as the president has frequently claimed at the cases are only writing, because we're testing more. No seeing more positive cases as we see more tests so okay. Let's talk about the case numbers of it back in April we were at about you know thirty thousand cases per day and now we're. Sixty thousand new cases a day, which is objectively worse and to put that in perspective, sixty thousand people wouldn't even fit in dodger stadium, which is the biggest baseball stadium in this country, so we're talking about you know. Give you a visual image of what we're talking about it right right and you know. Some of that is driven by big outbreaks in places like California, Texas and Florida. Let's talk a little. Little bit more about why cases are up in those places. Yeah, it's complicated series of reasons, but some of it is that we're what we were talking about a little bit earlier. Some of these were in states like Texas and Arizona that were determined to open really early, and we're a lot of people including politicians thought you know starting. Their economies was more important than being really cautious about the virus. Could also be other stuff at play here because you know it is summer, and those are places that very hot, so more people are spending more time in air conditioning that is to say indoors and one thing we know about this virus is spread more likely indoors among people who are stuck together for at least fifteen minutes or longer in an indoor space. Yeah, honestly like this idea of being indoors is something I've been thinking about. Because I'm looking ahead right and we're looking at the fall in the winter when you're going to have the exact same thing happening all over the country like more people forced indoors. That correlates with of course, the beginning of seasonal flu, circulating some people in the hospital. That kind of stuff right it's going to. We're going GONNA have both epidemics happening at once. It's going to be a real mess. Okay, let's talk a little bit about mortality or people dying from the disease, so the president and others have pointed out in the last few weeks that the numbers of people dying per day are down from early on in the pandemic, and that is true back in mid April. There were days where we had well over two thousand people dying each day, and in the last week or so the US is seeing more like hundred people dying every day on average, although that number seems to be rising again. Let's talk about a few reasons why that could be why we're seeing fewer deaths now than earlier right well, certainly, one of the biggest reasons is not the biggest reason that the death rates are so low now compared to the spring when New York City got clobbered as you recall is nowadays the viruses infecting mainly younger people, and they just frankly less likely to die in Arizona for instance of these days, half the cases are in people aged twenty to forty four years old and only. Only eleven percent of cases and people over sixty five, and of course people over sixty five, or really at the highest risk of death, and you know that that shift younger age groups is both good and bad. The good part diseases hitting a population that can more easily survive, though we should say some people do die should bad part is that the spread is accelerating and putting vulnerable people at higher risk, because now the virus is traveling far and wide and putting more older people and. And people with underlying health conditions in harm's way right and you know one thing to note though is that especially in the younger demographic? This is where we see a lot of the huge racial disparities up, basically which young people are surviving and dying a paper out of Harvard June showed that in this twenty five to thirty four age group, the mortality rate for black people was seven times more than for white people really matters. Who are the those young people are right? It absolutely does. Does the overall risk of death is very very low in this age group, but it does absolutely hit some people harder than others, particularly because more people of color are at risk for contracting the disease because of their jobs, they have to be out and about and also underlying health conditions may also be playing a role here. Yeah, so it appears more young people are getting sick. Fewer of them ultimately die, but to be clear. Young people do get very sick and die from the virus. So that's one reason we're seeing fewer deaths right now. Compared to the beginning of the pandemic as far as why the numbers of deaths don't seem to be matching up with the increase, in cases, yet is partially due to the fact that deaths are what we call a lagging indicator Derek Thompson at the Atlantic wrote a really nice piece on. This will make sure to put in. The episode notes for Richard Let's talk about that a little bit right. Yeah, it's a very plainly put. There's a gap in time between the day someone test positive until the day the either recover or unfortunately die, and then of course. Course there's another lag in which that death is reported health officials. So what you're seeing now. It really in-depth really reflects people who got sick. You know two or three weeks ago or even longer than that, so that's one reason why deaths have not followed in lockstep with a big spike in cases. Yeah, and then there's also this thing called lead time bias right right, and that's basically a phenomenon where data can make it seem like something new is happening, but actually just about how you're collecting. The data with the increases in testing. We've seen in these past few months. We may simply be detecting more this. This virus earlier in people than we did before, people may have been really sick and not get tested to the hospital now people are driving up in their cars right and doing okay, and so there earlier on in the course of disease, but that doesn't really change the percentage of cases that wind up being fatal. It will just take longer than it did early on in the epidemic for those fatalities to show up and of course Richard there a ton of complications that we didn't have time to get into more hospital capacity ventilators, so what sheep the hospitals in actually plays a role in who survives and who? Who doesn't and then you know even though there isn't a cure, of course, doctors have had more time to learn how to treat this disease, so we don't have a lot of data on this yet. In the United States, but it seems like perhaps more people are surviving this disease than right in the beginning right, I think that is clearly the case and you know as long as hospitals aren't totally overwhelmed with patients. They can make use of what they've learned so far to improve treatments. I'll give you just one example steroids which are used to reduce inflammation. Turn out to be quite useful in many instances. So Richard I'm curious like overall how you're feeling looking at where we are compared to. Let's say April, there are ways in which I feel like are a lot more prepared like we understand the virus. A little better were obviously farther along on a vaccine and some potential treatments, but we still don't have adequate testing. Cases are at an all time high. We're heading into the fall, which means we're GONNA, have this consolidation of cold and flu and corona season, plus the schools potentially opening up your really cheering me up here. But maybe the most concerning fig just to keep you just to keep you down. Richard is that I? Just don't feel like we are a country with like one central goal to fight this thing together. Yeah well I think. I would agree with that first off a corona virus vaccine is not going to help much at least not in this coming flu season. Even if one is amazingly enough approved by the end of the year, we'll take really a long time to vaccinate enough people to make a big difference. What really could help would be a good flu vaccine. I think only about half of Americans typically get the flu shot every year and public health officials say if they can dramatically increase that it would really help a lot against this sort of one two punch that we're going to have to be confronting. But you're right about the country, not working well together on this starting with leadership both at the federal level, and also tim states, but also including people who are ignoring all the guidance that's going all the good advice from scientists and people are hesitant to get vaccines because of misinformation. As for testing you know by the fall. There will be some help. I expect doctors offices should have a supply of Rapid Kobe tests. They're like rapid strep test, or whatever the aren't super accurate, but they can help relieve some of the testing bottleneck and sort of looking down the line a little bit farther. Scientists are also working on next generation of tests that you might even be able to do. Do at home and you know those might be ready sometime. Next year next year seems pretty discouraging, doesn't it? It's pretty far off, but you know I'm pretty well resigned to the fact that we're going to be in this for the long haul. covid nineteen is going to be with us for years so even technology that seems far off right now. We'll still be needed

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The Miyazawa Family

Casefile True Crime

02:55 min | 2 months ago

The Miyazawa Family

"Japan's capital city of Tokyo is made up of twenty three special wards age of which is a self governing municipality with several districts. Located on the western side of air. This set guy award is the second largest and most densely populated. It is a residential area with a reputation for being family friendly while offering easy access to the city. The four member Miyazawa family lived in a semi detached three storey house in Setagaya as Comey Social Guy At district. Two hundred similar homes were originally built in the area, but when the May is always moved in in nineteen, ninety, most of these had been demolished to make way for Sushi Goya Park, a public recreational space, consisting of play areas, tennis courts and Grassi loans. By the year two thousand, the is always property was one of only four remaining houses that were essentially located inside the park lands. So she goes up, park was situated along the aced and south side of the House with the Sankara to the West. Directly behind and separated only by a fence was escape, Park and playground. The area was. Quiet and Saif, but the addition of the skype Parkhead introduced a lot of activity into lots of noise. There were also songs of suspicious individuals in the area which led to some safety concerns for the Miyazawa family. The Comey, so she guy at district had one Spain I've seen by a neighborhood watch program, but with so few houses remaining security had become an issue. As the government was offering a buybacks game to allow the further expansion of the park lands. The MIYAZAWA's had to sodded to take advantage of the offer and applied to be relocated. The family was made up of parents, Mikio and Yasuko and two young children door, Nina and Sunray. Mikio and Yasuko had met at a self development seminar during the nineteen eighties eventually going on to marry in December of nineteen ninety six. Forty four year old. Mikio was a creative man with a love for animation. He's childhood was spent participating in puppetry and other theatrical productions at school. After graduating from university, he worked as an animator and questioned develop off the quiz programs. He eventually secured a position at Inter brand. A London based Marketing Company with over twenty offices worldwide.

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Jimmie Johnson 1st NASCAR driver to test positive for virus

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Jimmie Johnson 1st NASCAR driver to test positive for virus

"NASCAR driver Jimmie Johnson likes to be first but when it comes to cope with nineteen that's not a good thing seven time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson becomes the first driver to announce that he's tested positive for the new coronavirus the forty four year old Johnson will have to miss out on this weekend's race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway it's supposed to be his final brickyard four hundred before he retires at the end of the season Hendrick motor sports as Johnson has no symptoms his wife did though and tested positive so he was tested and also found to have cope with nineteen Johnson says that his first priority is the health and safety of his loved ones and teammates Justin auger will replace Johnson in the number forty eight Chevrolet hi Jackie Quinn

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Jimmie Johnson 1st NASCAR driver to test positive for virus

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Jimmie Johnson 1st NASCAR driver to test positive for virus

"NASCAR driver Jimmie Johnson likes to be first but when it comes to cope with nineteen that's not a good thing seven time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson becomes the first driver to announce that he's tested positive for the new coronavirus the forty four year old Johnson will have to miss out on this weekend's race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway it's supposed to be his final brickyard four hundred before he retires at the end of the season Hendrick motor sports as Johnson has no symptoms his wife did though and tested positive so he was tested and also found to have cope with nineteen Johnson says that his first priority is the health and safety of his loved ones and teammates Justin auger will replace Johnson in the number forty eight Chevrolet hi Jackie Quinn

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Progressive challenger Jamaal Bowman leads incumbent Rep. Engel in New York Dem Primary

Midday News

01:02 min | 3 months ago

Progressive challenger Jamaal Bowman leads incumbent Rep. Engel in New York Dem Primary

"New York is turning more progressive based on the early results we're seeing from the primaries yesterday W. CBS reporter Marla diamond as we wait for the final count progressive Jamaal Bowman a forty four year old former middle school principal is leading the seventy three year old veteran congressman by four thousand votes with just nineteen percent of the vote counted but Bowman gave what sounded like a victory speech last night so I'm excited I am happy I am five years I cannot wait to get to Congress because the problem Bowman was endorsed by Alexandria Castille Cortez who was declared the winner in the fourteenth district with seventy two percent of the vote Bronx city councilman Ritchie Torres led a crowded field to replace the retiring Jose Serrano the opportunity to represent the essential workers of this borough to represent a powerful mothers of this borough it's the culmination of a dream but we have to count every ballot mailing ballots will not be counted until

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Danny Masterson arrested on rape charges in Los Angeles

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Danny Masterson arrested on rape charges in Los Angeles

"Prosecutors said Wednesday that seventies show actor Danny Masterson has been arrested and charged with the rape said three women in the early two thousands of three counts of rape by force or fear come after a three year investigation of the forty four year old Masterson he's charged with raping a twenty three year old woman in two thousand one a twenty eight year old woman in early two thousand three and the twenty three year old woman in late two thousand three jail records show he was arrested and then released several hours later after posting bond attorneys for Masterson say he is innocent and will be

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'That '70s Show' Star Danny Masterson Charged With Raping Three Women

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

'That '70s Show' Star Danny Masterson Charged With Raping Three Women

"Actor Danny Masterson best known for his role on the sitcom that seventies show is charged with three counts of rape the forty four year old is accused of raping a twenty three year old woman back in two thousand one a twenty eight year old woman in early three and a twenty three year old woman in late two thousand three Masterson denied the allegations in twenty seventeen when the investigation was made public he was arrested early today and released from custody hours later after posting three point three million dollars

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`That 70s Show' actor Danny Masterson charged in 3 rapes

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

`That 70s Show' actor Danny Masterson charged in 3 rapes

"An actor and a former TV show is facing rape charges prosecutors in Los Angeles say that seventies show actor Danny Masterson has been charged with the rape of three women the actor was charged with three counts of rape by force or fear the charges come after a three year investigation of the actor who is forty four years old one count involves an assault on the twenty three year old woman in two thousand one one of the twenty eight year old in two thousand three and eight twenty three year old woman later in two thousand three the allegations first came out when prosecutors announced them in twenty seventeen Masterson denied the allegations at that time I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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`That 70s Show' actor Danny Masterson charged in 3 rapes

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

`That 70s Show' actor Danny Masterson charged in 3 rapes

"An actor and a former TV show is facing rape charges prosecutors in Los Angeles say that seventies show actor Danny Masterson has been charged with the rape of three women the actor was charged with three counts of rape by force or fear the charges come after a three year investigation of the actor who is forty four years old one count involves an assault on the twenty three year old woman in two thousand one one of the twenty eight year old in two thousand three and eight twenty three year old woman later in two thousand three the allegations first came out when prosecutors announced them in twenty seventeen Masterson denied the allegations at that time I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Danny Masterson charged with raping three women

Ben Shapiro

00:18 sec | 3 months ago

Danny Masterson charged with raping three women

"Actor Danny Masterson is being charged with raping three women at his Hollywood Hills home between two thousand one and two thousand three the Los Angeles county district attorney's office says the forty four year old actor is set to be arraigned to September eighteenth on three counts of rape by force or fear he's best known for his role in that

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George Floyd murder suspect Derek Chauvin has bail set at $1.25m

Tony and Dwight

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

George Floyd murder suspect Derek Chauvin has bail set at $1.25m

"George Ford will be buried in Houston today after a private funeral it comes a day after the first court appearance of Derek Jarman the ex cop charged in Floyd's death in Minnesota two weeks ago ABC's Alex Perez in Minneapolis with the latest prosecutors saying the forty four year old accused of killing George Floyd jammed his knee on Floyd's knack for nearly nine minutes as he quote went limp Chauvin charged with second degree murder without intent to second degree manslaughter and third degree murder ordered held on one point two five million

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"forty four year" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:15 min | 8 months ago

"forty four year" Discussed on WTOP

"News council bluffs Iowa president trump criticizing Michael Bloomberg's campaign ad says he would like to face him in November often referring to Bloomberg as many Mike Bloomberg has responded saying the presidents of pathological liar his fake here is will be sitting in a spray on tan police in south London today have shot and killed a man this woman was nearby the delicious team that's somebody was studying people we have to shoot him how many shows to do here okay three additions mom what happened and what did you do I guess that is so for my life BBC correspondent Dan John so circumstances of this incident are still being assessed but it has been declared as a terrorist incidents of that's why we've seen such a huge police response there is no indication how many people were stabbed prime minister Boris Johnson said my thoughts are with the injured and those affected the death of a forty four year old man in the Philippines is the first outside China attributed to the corona virus three hundred four deaths in China national security adviser Robert o'brien on CBS's face the nation shores or working with the the Chinese authorities are health authorities and the World Health Organization arm folks to to get to the bottom of it so far the Chinese have been more transparent certainly an impasse crisis and we appreciate that we continue to offer assistance the Chinese we've offered to send over CDC eight confirmed cases in the US it's that day again Superbowl Sunday Peter king Kansas city quarterback Patrick my home says they're nervous moments before every game but for me I'm enjoying it he says he's trying not to over think things the best thing about this team is that we have fun no matter what the stages no matter where we're playing San Francisco's Jimmy garage below I'm sure every two weeks to go to the game plan and and get locked in like that it's it's help these guys and all of us but I think we know at the moment as Peter king's CBS news Miami and for those who believe in furry forecasters groundhog Punxsutawney Phil did not cast a shadow this morning in western Pennsylvania it was snowing at the time this is CBS news never miss a moment top news from W. T. O. P. twenty four seven three sixty five listen on air on Alexa and well the WTOP app as you get older have.

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"forty four year" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"forty four year" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Jamie's time two oh six a preteen has been charged for allegedly making threats that close the Melvin del north Allan park school district for three days when County prosecutor Kym worthy says a twelve year old boy did it they're accused of threatening a shooting at strong middle school the juvenile is charged with one count of try to commit an act of violence against the school employees or students and one count of malicious use of a telecommunication device were the is asking all parents of school age children to talk to them about the lifelong consequences that can come with making a threat meantime in Oakland county teacher is expected to be arraigned today after being arrested at school it's alleged she was drunk the teacher at Lakeland high school in white light came into the school around eight o'clock yesterday morning other faculty thought he may have been intoxicated and called police the forty four year old had a blood alcohol content to more than four times the legal limit the teacher had a warrant out for other alcohol related charges school officials have sent a letter home to parents saying the incident did not involve any students some school districts in Kalamazoo appear to be taking a warning about triple E. seriously nine districts part of the Kalamazoo regional education service agency have announced that they were. reschedule all evening activities and tell the first hard frost of the year WDBJ news time two oh seven why are kids levy in sports all together W. W. J. city beat reporter Vicki Thomas live and local to explain Vicky. Griffin superstar athlete. from the Detroit Pistons. ed broke I asked stands great basketball player if he believes that kids are just too busy on social media and playing video games to really participate in sports. you know I was sort of four six I I didn't grow up with that no one now I think to too many times the focuses on does highlight plays but MSU's big ten player of the year Cassius Winston says his love of video games didn't keep him out of the game of basketball to get.

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"forty four year" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"forty four year" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"The forty four year old father to suffer severe brain damage Nelson had been match there a registry with a fourteen year old cancer patient in France so far no comment from the hospital eighty seven degrees mostly sunny now over Central Park the humidity fifty eight percent the winter southeast at ten miles per hour ten ten when Jackie whether we've got a severe thunderstorm watch in effect for the entire tristate area through this evening also a flash flood watch through tomorrow morning sunshine giving way to clouds and we're looking at rounds of showers and thunderstorms into tonight could bring flooding downpours and damaging wind gusts as we drop down to sixty eight degrees and then for tomorrow cloudy away colder day showers throughout the early afternoon the high seventy five it is eighty seven we have a real feel now with ninety five wins news time two thirty six a first look at Tom Hanks as Mister Rogers ten ten wins entertainment next imagining a better bank starts with looking at the savings rates most banks offer and saying really Capital One is building something better you can open a Capital One savings account with one of the nation's best savings rates from anywhere like here for here one of the nation's best savings rates open online at a Capital One location or from anywhere that's banking rematch what's in your wallet for consumers only offered by Capital One N. A. member FDIC copyright twenty eighteen Capital One your with your baby you've been practicing for weeks and then she looks up and begins to know her very first words this is the moment you've been waiting for it's time to visit your authorized Mercedes Benz dealer and test drive the all new G..

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"forty four year" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"forty four year" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Yet. They thought he was gay for a second right so it's like people he's been <hes> he's been doing some misdirection but the happened during his relationship with Florence pugh or alleged relationship Lawrence pugh if they've been dating for as long as this six-month person claims. It's funny that Florence Pugh the first time the photo was like is that Elizabeth Olsen that was like wait is Lena Dunham. Wait is that I I had no idea she's a real amalgamation which means that. I haven't seen enough things that she's been in to like. have her in my mind is like someone who I recognize yet but I haven't seen meets Omar yet so I'm thinking tonight. I'm excited finally very needs so mad. I was looking up like coverage of their relationship and eases funny. It says the forty four year old wealth while the Perez commented on whether or not they're dating fans might recall fans might recall the two recently worked together on projects. The forty four year old writer director shot the short film in the time it takes to get their name of the movie which came to life because of a movie poster contest okay there were so many amazing entries and they were all all over the place. I mean some were more drawn in the spirit of this one somewhere through manipulation of photographs <hes> there was an enormous amount of creativity and then another one says it emerged late last last month Zach may direct a film called the secret ingredients of Rocket Cola. What are these movie titles that he's working on? This is like he has some of the like in. I was just confused him a mind with the guy who makes movies about teenagers falling in love with their students. What's his name again from how I met your mother yeah? I just mix them up because I was just GONNA say. He has crazy titles but they're the same thing I was. Just GonNa say you know if this was X.. Years ago he would have had a major movie in which he played like her elder. They fall in love fell in love you know but something has Zach Braff is like you know not doing stuff that people are he was. He's doing this type of and she's like on the rise. She can't be in his like. You know the movie about a forty something guy going through a you know midlife crisis didn't it wasn't as last big thing that he raised money to make a movie on kickstarter that movie would like Joey King or something about billing dad who like is like Oh..

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"forty four year" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"forty four year" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Forty four year old Chad Isaac he was taken into custody for four counts of murder, all double A felonies. And he's currently being held at the McLean county jail. Police say they don't yet have a clear motive for the crime. But the suspect lived in a trailer park managed by the business or the slayings took place. After the US department of Justice condemned Alabama prisons for excessive violence in inmate deaths. State officials say they are now turning to the enormous task of addressing the problems. The department of Justice reports the state must take immediate and long term steps to address understaffing violence and other problems or face a federal lawsuit. Alabama governor Kay Ivey responds that the Justice department has identified many of the same concerns. The state has already acknowledged and they're vowing to address the problems in fast order, including hiring more corrections. Officers family DNA has led to a break in a nearly thirty year old abandoned baby case CBS news. Correspondent Jim Krasula has details at thirties in Greenville, South Carolina. Say DNA submitted to family genealogy sites led them the fight at arrest. The mother of a baby who was born alive. Then died abandoned inside a box more than twenty nine years ago. Police chief Ken Miller says detectives never gave up on the case. A we try not to lose hope. Nope. We try not to lose sight. And we try never to forget Fifty-three-year-old. Brooke Graham, who has two grown children has been charged with homicide by neglect. The NA led police to the infant's probable father who revealed the baby's likely mother. Jim Krasula, CBS news. The church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints yesterday repeal the ban on baptisms for children of LB GT Q. Parents KTV Sean a lake with Moore back in two thousand fifteen a ban on baptism sparked.

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"forty four year" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"forty four year" Discussed on KTOK

"Able to add Sunday bus service, and in a way that was sort of. The icing on the cake or the last time the bow to the package that I was trying to wrap up g also says she's glad to have been a part of the maps three projects and also for doing her part in helping move Oklahoma City forward, Sal, you're says the March twenty six council meeting will be her last. She spoke recently on K T. Okay is Gwen Faulkner Lippard show, a suspect robbed the Bank of the west southwest eighty ninth. Bannon Oklahoma City on Monday witnesses say he was a white male with a thin build wearing a black leather jacket a black wig hat and bluejeans. He walked into the Bank demanded money and left. The Bank on foot at ignores the assistant fire chief for the US army ammunition plant in McAllister is accused of proposing to commit a lewd act with a thirteen year old girl forty four year old Keith but Vickers was arrested yesterday. The Oakmont county sheriff's office says MAC is contacted a sergeant who was pretending to be a father offering his daughter. For sex McVicar was arrested at a fast food restaurant in Henrietta, where authorities say he had gone to meet the man and his daughter investigators have identified the body of a man found earlier this month in a field near lake over Holzer. The body of Sixty-six-year-old Terry Burchett Bethany was found March fifth. Police say Burchett staff is not considered a homicide. Although no exact cause of death has been released that kid known across America as Donut boy is planning to bring some sweet treats to law enforcement in midwest city.

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"forty four year" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"forty four year" Discussed on KOMO

"Twelve forty four years the Puget Sound forecast from komo's Seth Wayne still going for a partly cloudy one here. Here's we ran out the rest of the day, not a lot of opportunity to warm up too much. So we're going for the low to mid fifties to wrap up this afternoon. Clouds will pick it up tonight. We're going for showers at times on your Wednesday. Some heavier showers at times on Thanksgiving Day and Friday with some windier weather likely on black Friday. I'm Seth Wayne in the KOMO weather center. Forty eight degrees in downtown Seattle under mostly sunny skies. Still some fog lingering around a man is shot dead in his home last night. Just east of white center in King County and the suspects not in custody at Ryan Abbott with the King County sheriff's office coamo fled. We attempted to do a canine track for them. We did not locate and dumb at all. So we are guessing that they fled into vehicle, but we don't have really any idea. How many suspects were looking for? We don't know for sure that they left in a vehicle. He says deputies have not been called to the home before the chief of police in Republic. Washington wants to establish a sanctuary city for gun owners chief Lauren called made national headlines last week when he announced he would not enforce is sixteen thirty nine the states recently passed gun control initiative. I will stand up for citizen's rights, and I will not back down Kulp appeared before the Republic city council last night to propose I sixteen thirty nine and similar laws. Be declared invalid in the city of Republic. Republic is a town of about two thousand in northeast Washington seven. Ninety percent of voters. There rejected sixteen thirty nine compared to more than sixty percent. Who approved it state-wide, all that fog. We saw this morning likely means some dirty Erica get trapped over the region. Komo's Brian Calvert joins us with the local company fighting that smoggy condition in the battleground is your roof..

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"forty four year" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"forty four year" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"This for forty four years in myself was the hockey coach and player. It's it's a very very special time. But we can't take it for granted. You know, we got to keep pushing ahead because people come after fryer town now, but I want to continue to push Steve fundraising is never easy. But given where you're you're at now is it a little easier when you sit down and have conversations with people today compared to maybe five ten years ago. Why like doing her while Mike is I don't I don't think we fundraise we asked people to invest in what we're doing. And I think that's what makes this so special first off we're blessed fryer town is an unbelievable fan base. I don't care if you didn't go here, the people who love this place. Mike are our fans are amazing in one of the things that you know is Bob just touched on as you never arrive. One thing you never want to get his get complacent. Because that's when you crash and burn. And I think what what Nate really does an amazing job of challenging us. Every gay that his goal is to win a national championship every year and every fan who comes here, they should be so fired up to be part of PC men's ice hockey because his expectations his goals, and what he wants us to deliver on. That's what he wants for our fans for players are alumni. And I think that's that's all you can ask for what we do in our business. This really is a championship organization in the standard Thai. That's why you know, Bob. And I talk about it is we want we want to give Nate this place rock and every night because he's given us a team. Can win a national championship. Absolutely. Well, it's an exciting time you get hockey and basketball both getting going along with other sports. And I think it's going to be another fun urine friar tasks yet. I want to thank you. Mike two you've been with us for a long long time. You're the voice of the prize..

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"forty four year" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"forty four year" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"Friends quickly with your accuser while you're going with him to court lest your accuse her hand you over to the judge and the judge the gourd and you'll be put in prison truly i say to you you will never get out till you have paid the last penny now i don't i i don't think our lord is being clever by half year i don't think he's saying and you'll never pay the last penny ha ha but he is saying you will pay for this you will have to there will be some consequence for your sins but you can get out i i don't think you say you can you can never get out your you can get out in from certain sins and certain cases talion writing not long after the death of christ in two to eight ad describes that exactly as such and his parabolic but the clearest example i if i haven't convinced you so far i hope i have is in first corinthians which reads quote for no other foundation can anyone lay than that which is laid which is jesus christ now if anyone builds on the foundation with gold silver precious stones would hey stubble each man's work will become manifest for the day will disclose it because it will be revealed with fire and the fire will test what sort of worked each one has done if the work which any man has built on the foundation survives he will receive a reward if any man's work is burned up he will suffer loss though he himself will be saved but only as through fire only through fire and the image of purgatory is as a cleansing and sell saving fire that bureau is your refining fire the purifies you for heaven i know that certain denominations took out books of the bible but i don't think they took corinthians so there's a scriptural evidence for that is is there take this one last quick one then we gotta sign off from noah headed argument with two of my co workers and they said obama's konami was better than trump's six tax cuts my co worker has said that hundreds of people lost their jobs he showed me vauxhall article or stop right there studies going to show you like occupied democrats he showed me this meme on the internet okay he showed me a vox article there was a list of twelve companies that were laying off employees because of because of the tax cuts okay overall or the tax cuts good why did these companies lay off so many people okay here's what you need to know we have a massive labor shortage in the country there are more jobs than people to fill them right now i do do companies sometimes fire people yeah do they fire people because they've just gotten more money to spend no that doesn't make any sense no company fires people because they now have more money through tax cuts no it'll just look at the numbers we have a massive labor shortage i think i mentioned this earlier in the show jobless claims reading almost forty four year low we have the lowest unemployment in eighteen years no it helped any imf admits by the way that the global economic boom is in part caused by president trump and it's directly attributable to him so i think the main mistake your friend made was reading vox dot com and and just and not retreating it like everyday feminism or whatever other ridiculous lefty dishonest sites there are okay that's all the time we have we have other great questions to get to but not enough time have a good weekend everybody i hope you can make it through and you know swim some laps and all those leftist tears and then i'll see you on monday in the meantime i'm michael knowles and this is the michael knowles show the michael molson's produced by semi villarreal executive producer jeremy boarding senior producer jonathan hey our supervising producer mathis glover and our technical producer is austin stevens edited by jim nichol audio is mixed by mike core meena hair and makeup is by jessica over the michael knowles show is a daily wire for publishing production copyright forward publishing twentyeight teen

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"forty four year" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"forty four year" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Congratulate forty four year history are the stanley cup champions lars eller had a go ahead goal with six thirty seven left in the third that lifted the capitals to afford a three victory over the vegas golden knights in game five the first championship for washington who began play back in nineteen seventy four here's nhl commissioner gary bettman here's a frustration but here is the grand the celebration you family it's your and also a great year for the expansion golden knights closing out the record breaking season with their first four game losing streak but advancing all the way to the finals in their first year over fenway park and the tigers versus the red sox wrapping up a threegame series marteen swings it's a high fly ball to left it's deep travis going back looking up and it's gone leone martine an opposite field shot over the thirty seven foot green monster two run shot in the tigers lead five nothing that dan dickerson from over a ninety seven one the ticket the one one swingline dragged on the left field line that's gonna drop fair extra basis for martinez to score glossiest cruises into second standing up with a double tigers at six to one here in the third and the tigers beating the red sox seventytwo two last night to take one out of that threegame series matthew boyd allowed four hits and two runs while striking out six over six and a third innings up next detroit returns home tonight to.

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"forty four year" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"forty four year" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The end of the book this would not be good right but this is not the end of the boss so he says let's see if he gets reelected it's going all the teachers will let this be the end of the book so good point but also let's see if he gets reelected to take that next step to well he made a he made a he made it a little bit easier road now oh yeah again it might not be twenty percent and i think people are understanding i'm not i mike get seven it might not be the nine you go down the road all right coming up next it's the new red flag for border patrol agents tell you what that isn't a second right ktar news flash at three eighteen i'm becky lynn three things you need to know right now surprise police have identified the man who allegedly shot and killed someone near the three oh three and peoria avenue earlier today police say he has forty four year old michael lee peacock who reportedly fled that scene in a white twenty eighteen chevy pickup truck with temporary tags if you have any information please call police congressional leaders are split but not neatly along party lines over president trump's decision to withdraw from the iran nuclear deal some welcome to pull out believing the two thousand fifteen accord was unsound but others worry that the us is now in the position of reneging on an international commitment without a backup plan at google's annual developers conference today in california one of their big announcements is that the digital helper known only as the google assistant is getting new voices this year including one based on that of musician john legend and it will begin encouraging kids to be polite my thanking them when they say please you're never more than fifteen minutes away from today's top stories on arizona's news station ktar news check that traffic again with larry lewis in the valley chevy dealers traffic center will becky lynn.

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"forty four year" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"forty four year" Discussed on Super Station 101

"The cold war which by all historical accounts ended nineteen ninety one or maybe you are one of those classic millennials or a gen xer and you just you really feel like you missed out on that great period that forty four year period in american history where there was heightened tensions between russia and the united states well don't despair because today it starts anew that's right ladies and gentlemen it's two thousand eighteen and we've got ourselves our cold war part to brought to you compliments of donald trump and vladimir putin so everybody buckle up hold on tight because we're going to do this all over again because history does indeed repeat itself all the details coming up on this edition of the michael hart show as we continue to impact the impending cold war which the president of the united states has apparently started in a twitter war with the russian later president trump warren the kremlin earlier today not to retaliate against any us strike on syria in the aftermath of a deadly chemical weapons attack orchestrated by the assad regime in the morning tweet the president referred to syrian president by sheer assad as a gas killing animal and rebuked russia for being partners with the middle east strongman russia vows to shoot down any and all missiles fired at syria get ready russia because they will be a common nice and new smart bombs to you shouldn't be partners with a gas killing animal who kills people and enjoys it so mark your calendars for this day because it starts all over again isn't assad's wife from france is she a cone head i think so goodson.

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"forty four year" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"forty four year" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Acting filmmaking and social activism mom just enrolled in college i'm referring to myself i'll see you around the quad nobody says that mom well bring it back but whistle mccarthy goes back to school on screen in life of the party so it made sense to hold the comedies world premiere at a college campus but which one warner brothers and new line set up a contest students across the us voted and posted on social media to show their school spirit and the winner is auburn university the schools alabama campus will host the premiere sometime before the film opens in theaters may eleven war eagle auburn in hollywood i'm david daniel cable news time is six fifty one roger brand in the steeple traffic center in this traffic reports service of bill gordon and associates have an injury accident now on eastbound highway seventy first of all you're building some volume right around a lake saint louis and between k and seventy nine but a jam approaching locate springs do an accident eastbound seventy just west bothers lane blockage and emergency crews are on route to it as we speak there was an earlier truck fire on the ramp from jones jonesboro westbound seventy they've least wrapped up the fire ports and they've seen the ramp may solve partial restriction southbound ninety four pretty heavy from sixty four down to d right now as well how's the drive up fifty five looking maria northbound low bit heavy south of z then smooth sailing another slowdown at butler hilda where it's slow again union to potomac and then slows right around oursel westbound forty four year buildings granite king's highway eastbound forty four before mclean station then volume king's highway two grand northbound seventy jams up at thirty again before big van demand chess and northbound one forty one volume right now from forty four to north of marshall how about metro east commuters roger hold just building volume downtown westbound sixty four jams approaching route three to the poplar mckinley bridge is backed up from the bank of the river but the mutual veterans bridge westbound still looks good if you want to take that route and avoid any delays.

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"forty four year" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"forty four year" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Millions of pounds of mud and debris from the storm that killed at least twenty people last week him onto sito california as daniel carson reports the town is facing a daunting challenge cruiser filling a fleet of dump trucks with tangled metal boulders crushed cars and tons of mud most of it is going to landfills are also unloading mud a two area beaches after sifting through which remove any debris city officials say the ocean tied will carry it out to sea meanwhile rescuers continued a check for signs of life laf dis tom hen skin bridges combing each area basically inch by inch pile by pile and home by home and ruling out there's any other individuals in those areas a light rain is expected tomorrow evening not enough to create mudslides under normal conditions but forecasters say it could cost problems to already damaged landscapes for npr news i'm daniel carson in pasadena california this is npr news the us supreme court is trying to decide whether louisiana deathrow inmate deserves a new trial forty four year old robert mccoy claims his lawyer violated his wishes by trying to negotiate a plea deal in order to spare his life attorney larry english conceded his client's guilt to a triple murder and begged the jewelry for mercy mccoy was convicted in two thousand eight and sentenced to death a british columbia supreme court judge says canada's use of prolong solitary confinement in federal prisons is unconstitutional dan carpet chuck has details in a lengthy ruling justice peter lease gazal found that the laws surrounding solitary confinement discriminate against native and mentally ill inmates he says the rules as they now exist have created an environment in which a prison warden becomes judge and jury in ordering extended periods of solitary confinement he says it places all canadian inmates at significant risk of psychological harm including mental pain and suffering and increased inside.

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"forty four year" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"forty four year" Discussed on WLOB

"Forty four year low todd the report wlob fm and am next with maine's total weather from channel eight wmtw mostly sunny skies again today when afternoon highs climbing to near 70 southwest winds gusting up over twenty miles per hour during the afternoon tonight partly cloudy during the evening and clearing skies after midnight lows while back to the mid 40s on friday lots of bright sunshine afternoon highs climb to the mid 60s weekend allstar with sunshine for saturday highs in the upper 60s from channel eight i'm chief meteorologist roger griswold bring you maine's total weather oh the give eulogies river to see coming on friday morning we'll check in with rachel sutherland and john decker fox news john is live at the white house will talk about the president's tax reform policy so we had big votes coming on here the state of name medicaid expansion it's a bad idea it will break the bank at augusta and it will break your bank at level ps vein news morning five portland's new fm at one hundred point five the the poem i don't know who are more bearish for jerry smith asking him breathlessly to read his home or al gore for writing a global warming poem vapors rise fever so smc.

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"forty four year" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"forty four year" Discussed on WINS 1010

"A third of the people who are still without safe drinking water of ireland utility is being forced to distribute water from a hazardous waste site the leaders of britain france and germany all say they remain committed to the iran nuclear deal at are concerned by the possible implications of president trump threatening to pull out of the agreement the of rush does it agree to strengthen it president punting the deal to congress which has sixty days to decide whether or not it will reimpose sanctions on iran at a time when there are already debating tax reform dhaka and how to fund the government the trump administration hoping congress will keep the deal intact but create new parameters giving the us power to impose heavier sanctions if iran violate the deal that is a christian homeless or reports this comes as key senate republicans of unveiled a tough new offered to curb iran's ability to develop nuclear weapons which news charm h thirty six it is still not safe to go home for tens of thousands of northern california mdg because of wildfires large area here are still evacuated there is fear weekend wind will cause fires to blow up again in areas where they've calmed down senova county sheriff robbed yordano lease you act zones still the burned areas the still extremely dangerous a number of missing continues to go down but still it remains at over two hundred people alex stone and shadow rozier reporting thirty one people have been killed police say they gotta implemented wanted for six violent robberies dating back to september 30th in far rockaway queens some victims were hit with a stick others punched in the face or grabbed forty four year old boy an of queens was arrested and charged with six counts of robbery 62 degrees cloudy and new york going up to seventy wanted moved today would you do so army thirty seven.

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"forty four year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"forty four year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In the romantic ground this week jr still are coming up soon delight wbzn hd wbz fmhd3 boston at cbsbostoncom this is wbz news radio 1030 the news watch never stops the news watch never stops wbz news sign is three o'clock it is 83 degrees mostly cloudy skies in boston i mean agreeing deputy abc news and here's what we're following in the wbz newsroom order investigation in brockton the brock employees founded forty four year old meal bit of heat in parliament were either a bit of progress they're seeing a decrease in overdoses in new hampshire's largest city are accu weather if you're going out tonight you may want the umbrella will get a little damp with a bit of rain at times then will be cooler tomorrow's clouds break to allow some sun sports with mike riley red sox out in southern california gets the angels ebola latest from the british open good afternoon thanks for joining us here's what's happening topping our news at three o'clock body was found in brockton last night police in the plymouth county district attorney's office are investigating district attorney tim crews upon arrival at way who grief three the brocton police bounty forty four year old male beckham he ran a where he lived for it appeared he had been get a period of time air tucker trauma the identity of the victim has not been released the investigation is ongoing veterans in the allston brighton and section of boston are getting a thank you today wbz's doug cope explains teams of volunteers are fanning out going doortodoor as part of operation banker i leave backing veterans were their servers gone providing packets of informational resources retired army colonel bob notch heads up the program he says bets like the attention they receive folks light up when you finally tone thank you for your service because some of those folks may never have received a thank you for the service provided or it's been many many years and someone has recognised and for their service there are some twenty two thousand men and women who served in the armed.

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