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Parents hunting for baby formula as shortage spans US

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00:59 sec | 2 weeks ago

Parents hunting for baby formula as shortage spans US

"Parents parents parents parents are are are are hunting hunting hunting hunting for for for for baby baby baby baby formula formula formula formula supply supply supply supply disruptions disruptions disruptions disruptions have have have have led led led led to to to to a a a a nationwide nationwide nationwide nationwide shortage shortage shortage shortage infant infant infant infant formula formula formula formula is is is is getting getting getting getting harder harder harder harder to to to to find find find find analytics analytics analytics analytics firm firm firm firm data data data data simply simply simply simply says says says says forty forty forty forty percent percent percent percent of of of of big big big big box box box box stores stores stores stores are are are are out out out out of of of of stock stock stock stock up up up up from from from from thirty thirty thirty thirty one one one one percent percent percent percent in in in in mid mid mid mid April April April April it it it it started started started started with with with with spot spot spot spot shortages shortages shortages shortages during during during during the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic then then then then in in in in February February February February abit abit abit abit the the the the company company company company that that that that makes makes makes makes similac similac similac similac recalled recalled recalled recalled several several several several major major major major brands brands brands brands and and and and shut shut shut shut down down down down a a a a large large large large plant plant plant plant in in in in Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan after after after after federal federal federal federal officials officials officials officials concluded concluded concluded concluded for for for for babies babies babies babies suffered suffered suffered suffered bacterial bacterial bacterial bacterial infections infections infections infections after after after after consuming consuming consuming consuming formula formula formula formula from from from from the the the the facility facility facility facility two two two two of of of of the the the the infants infants infants infants died died died died Missouri Missouri Missouri Missouri mom mom mom mom Laura Laura Laura Laura Stewart Stewart Stewart Stewart tells tells tells tells the the the the AP AP AP AP she she she she has has has has had had had had used used used used four four four four different different different different brands brands brands brands in in in in the the the the past past past past month month month month for for for for her her her her ten ten ten ten month month month month old old old old daughter daughter daughter daughter who who who who normally normally normally normally gets gets gets gets a a a a type type type type of of of of formula formula formula formula made made made made for for for for sensitive sensitive sensitive sensitive stomachs stomachs stomachs stomachs on on on on Monday Monday Monday Monday White White White White House House House House spokeswoman spokeswoman spokeswoman spokeswoman Jen Jen Jen Jen Psaki Psaki Psaki Psaki said said said said the the the the food food food food and and and and drug drug drug drug administration administration administration administration is is is is working working working working on on on on the the the the issue issue issue issue what what what what they're they're they're they're trying trying trying trying to to to to do do do do and and and and the the the the shorthand shorthand shorthand shorthand of of of of it it it it is is is is increased increased increased increased supply supply supply supply but but but but working working working working with with with with a a a a range range range range of of of of manufacturers manufacturers manufacturers manufacturers for for for for now now now now experts experts experts experts are are are are urging urging urging urging parents parents parents parents to to to to contact contact contact contact food food food food banks banks banks banks or or or or doctors doctors doctors doctors offices offices offices offices if if if if they they they they can't can't can't can't find find find find formula formula formula formula and and and and cautioned cautioned cautioned cautioned against against against against watering watering watering watering down down down down the the the the formal formal formal formal or or or or using using using using online online online online recipes recipes recipes recipes I'm I'm I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer king king king king

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Russia's war heats up cooking oil prices in global squeeze

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00:59 sec | Last month

Russia's war heats up cooking oil prices in global squeeze

"One one one one of of of of the the the the many many many many food food food food costs costs costs costs that that that that is is is is risen risen risen risen in in in in recent recent recent recent months months months months is is is is that that that that of of of of cooking cooking cooking cooking oil oil oil oil due due due due in in in in part part part part to to to to the the the the war war war war in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine it's it's it's hitting hitting hitting many many many households households households around around around the the the globe globe globe and and and also also also restaurants restaurants restaurants and and and street street street vendors vendors vendors to to to fry fry fry their their their food food food vegetable vegetable vegetable oil oil oil prices prices prices hit hit hit a a a record record record high high high in in in February February February and and and then then then went went went up up up another another another twenty twenty twenty three three three percent percent percent last last last month month month agricultural agricultural agricultural analyst analyst analyst Stephen Stephen Stephen Matthews Matthews Matthews with with with grow grow grow intelligence intelligence intelligence says says says the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic labor labor labor shortages shortages shortages and and and poor poor poor harvests harvests harvests set set set the the the stage stage stage for for for this this this surge surge surge in in in cooking cooking cooking oil oil oil prices prices prices forty forty forty percent percent percent and and and some some some cases cases cases in in in some some some vegetable vegetable vegetable oils oils oils and and and in in in case case case of of of sunflower sunflower sunflower oil oil oil we we we can't can't can't even even even get get get it it it even even even if if if you you you wanna wanna wanna because because because of of of the the the the the the Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine or or or Russia Russia Russia and and and Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine are are are the the the top top top exporters exporters exporters providing providing providing more more more than than than half half half the the the world's world's world's sunflower sunflower sunflower oil oil oil this this this fish fish fish and and and chips chips chips vendor vendor vendor in in in London London London says says says he he he doesn't doesn't doesn't know know know if if if he he he can can can stay stay stay in in in business business business very very very very very very scary scary scary and and and I I I don't don't don't know know know how how how our our our industry industry industry fish fish fish and and and chips chips chips industry's industry's industry's going going going to to to cope cope cope hi hi hi Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn

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Taxes 2022: Here's how to get an extension from the IRS

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00:51 sec | Last month

Taxes 2022: Here's how to get an extension from the IRS

"It's it's it's it's tax tax tax tax day day day day for for for for individual individual individual individual tax tax tax tax filing filing filing filing and and and and payments payments payments payments and and and and if if if if you you you you have have have have not not not not filed filed filed filed yet yet yet yet you've you've you've you've got got got got a a a a lot lot lot lot of of of of company company company company the the the the IRS IRS IRS IRS had had had had received received received received more more more more than than than than a a a a hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and three three three three million million million million returns returns returns returns for for for for this this this this tax tax tax tax season season season season as as as as of of of of April April April April eighth eighth eighth eighth at at at at the the the the end end end end of of of of filing filing filing filing season season season season last last last last year year year year a a a a hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and sixty sixty sixty sixty nine nine nine nine million million million million had had had had completed completed completed completed a a a a return return return return that that that that probably probably probably probably leaves leaves leaves leaves nearly nearly nearly nearly forty forty forty forty percent percent percent percent of of of of this this this this year's year's year's year's taxpayers taxpayers taxpayers taxpayers still still still still unaccounted unaccounted unaccounted unaccounted for for for for with with with with many many many many scrambling scrambling scrambling scrambling to to to to submit submit submit submit the the the the national national national national society society society society of of of of tax tax tax tax professionals professionals professionals professionals has has has has some some some some advice advice advice advice if if if if you you you you haven't haven't haven't haven't filed filed filed filed by by by by now now now now you're you're you're you're probably probably probably probably better better better better off off off off filing filing filing filing an an an an extension extension extension extension executive executive executive executive director director director director Nino Nino Nino Nino Trost Trost Trost Trost says says says says it it it it has has has has zero zero zero zero effect effect effect effect as as as as long long long long as as as as filers filers filers filers to to to to pay pay pay pay their their their their income income income income taxes taxes taxes taxes by by by by tax tax tax tax day day day day trust trust trust trust warns warns warns warns rushing rushing rushing rushing return return return return to to to to meet meet meet meet the the the the deadline deadline deadline deadline only only only only to to to to have have have have to to to to amend amend amend amend it it it it later later later later is is is is likely likely likely likely to to to to draw draw draw draw second second second second look look look look by by by by the the the the IRS IRS IRS IRS I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker it's it's it's it's

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Tax Day laggards: Consider filing for extension if in a rush

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00:48 sec | Last month

Tax Day laggards: Consider filing for extension if in a rush

"Millions millions millions millions of of of of Americans Americans Americans Americans wait wait wait wait until until until until the the the the last last last last minute minute minute minute to to to to file file file file their their their their taxes taxes taxes taxes and and and and this this this this year year year year is is is is no no no no exception exception exception exception Monday Monday Monday Monday is is is is tax tax tax tax day day day day the the the the federal federal federal federal deadline deadline deadline deadline for for for for individual individual individual individual tax tax tax tax filings filings filings filings and and and and payments payments payments payments and and and and the the the the IRS IRS IRS IRS will will will will receive receive receive receive tens tens tens tens of of of of millions millions millions millions of of of of last last last last minute minute minute minute filings filings filings filings as as as as of of of of April April April April eighth eighth eighth eighth the the the the IRS IRS IRS IRS had had had had received received received received more more more more than than than than a a a a hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and three three three three million million million million returns returns returns returns for for for for this this this this tax tax tax tax season season season season and and and and it it it it issued issued issued issued more more more more than than than than sixty sixty sixty sixty three three three three million million million million refunds refunds refunds refunds worth worth worth worth more more more more than than than than two two two two hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and four four four four billion billion billion billion dollars dollars dollars dollars for for for for comparison comparison comparison comparison last last last last year year year year more more more more than than than than a a a a hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and sixty sixty sixty sixty nine nine nine nine million million million million people people people people completed completed completed completed an an an an income income income income tax tax tax tax return return return return by by by by the the the the end end end end of of of of the the the the year year year year that that that that probably probably probably probably leaves leaves leaves leaves nearly nearly nearly nearly forty forty forty forty percent percent percent percent of of of of this this this this year's year's year's year's taxpayers taxpayers taxpayers taxpayers still still still still unaccounted unaccounted unaccounted unaccounted for for for for with with with with many many many many scrambling scrambling scrambling scrambling to to to to submit submit submit submit their their their their documents documents documents documents by by by by the the the the Monday Monday Monday Monday deadline deadline deadline deadline I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker

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Americans ease up on masks, virus safeguards: AP-NORC poll

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00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Americans ease up on masks, virus safeguards: AP-NORC poll

"Many Americans have taken significant steps back from lunch routine covert nineteen precautions a new poll from the Associated Press norc center for public affairs research found forty four percent of those assets Hey they often or always wear a face mask around people outside of their homes but that's down from sixty five percent in January just forty percent say they're largely avoiding nonessential travel compared that with sixty percent in January and forty seven percent of those asake they regularly stay away from large groups that's down from sixty five percent at the start of the year I surely after

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More Americans cite equality concerns, but most back voting laws: poll

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00:47 sec | 2 months ago

More Americans cite equality concerns, but most back voting laws: poll

"A new poll finds most Americans support voter identification laws but there are some concerns minority voters could face exclusion a new Associated Press norc poll finds most people are happy with the voting rules in their states even where new reforms were enacted seventy percent favor the idea of requiring a photo ID before someone can cast a ballot pushed more by the GOP and a majority favor to democratic priorities automatic registration for those eligible and mail in ballots but on the issue of equal access for voting eighty six percent of Democrats believe more must be done to secure a racial equality in voting rights forty percent of Republicans also think so I'm

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White House: 40% of free COVID tests to low-income areas

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00:38 sec | 3 months ago

White House: 40% of free COVID tests to low-income areas

"The White House says it was able to reach out to lower income families with its free distribution of Kobe nineteen tests the White House is saying more people than it first thought we're getting free coded tested what it terms hi vulnerabilities it codes forty percent of the free test kits went to those households so far sixty eight million packages have been requested that means nearly half the available stock is still available there was a crush of orders when the program first began in January but demand has fallen off as Omicron cases plummet hi Jackie Quinn

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COVID-19 booster drive is faltering in the US

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00:44 sec | 4 months ago

COVID-19 booster drive is faltering in the US

"The the the the cover cover cover cover it it it it nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen booster booster booster booster drive drive drive drive in in in in the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. is is is is losing losing losing losing steam steam steam steam the the the the CDC CDC CDC CDC says says says says just just just just forty forty forty forty percent percent percent percent of of of of fully fully fully fully vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated Americans Americans Americans Americans have have have have received received received received a a a a booster booster booster booster dose dose dose dose and and and and the the the the average average average average number number number number of of of of booster booster booster booster shots shots shots shots given given given given per per per per day day day day has has has has dropped dropped dropped dropped from from from from a a a a peak peak peak peak of of of of a a a a million million million million in in in in early early early early December December December December to to to to about about about about four four four four hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and ninety ninety ninety ninety thousand thousand thousand thousand as as as as of of of of last last last last week week week week also also also also a a a a new new new new poll poll poll poll from from from from the the the the Associated Associated Associated Associated Press Press Press Press norc norc norc norc center center center center of of of of public public public public affairs affairs affairs affairs research research research research found found found found that that that that Americans Americans Americans Americans are are are are more more more more likely likely likely likely to to to to see see see see the the the the initial initial initial initial vaccinations vaccinations vaccinations vaccinations rather rather rather rather than than than than a a a a booster booster booster booster as as as as essential essential essential essential overall overall overall overall the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine campaign campaign campaign campaign has has has has been been been been sluggish sluggish sluggish sluggish more more more more than than than than thirteen thirteen thirteen thirteen months months months months after after after after it it it it started started started started just just just just sixty sixty sixty sixty three three three three percent percent percent percent of of of of Americans Americans Americans Americans are are are are fully fully fully fully vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated with with with with the the the the initial initial initial initial round round round round of of of of shots shots shots shots I I I I surely surely surely surely employer employer employer employer

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Omicron less likely to put you in the hospital, studies say

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00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Omicron less likely to put you in the hospital, studies say

"Two two new new British British studies studies are are bolstering bolstering earlier earlier research research that that suggests suggests Omicron Omicron may may not not be be as as harmful harmful as as the the delta delta Berrien Berrien I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with the the latest latest an an analysis analysis from from imperial imperial college college London London finds finds people people infected infected with with the the Omicron Omicron variant variant of of covered covered nineteen nineteen about about twenty twenty percent percent less less likely likely to to go go to to the the hospital hospital than than those those infected infected with with delta delta and and forty forty percent percent less less likely likely to to be be hospitalized hospitalized for for a a night night or or more more a a separate separate study study out out of of the the university university of of Edinburgh Edinburgh suggests suggests the the risk risk of of hospitalization hospitalization is is about about two two thirds thirds still still scientists scientists stress stress reductions reductions in in severity severity need need to to be be weighed weighed against against Omicron Omicron faster faster spread spread and and its its ability ability to to evade evade vaccines vaccines sheer sheer numbers numbers of of infections infections could could still still overwhelm overwhelm hospitals hospitals I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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Mitchell, Jazz beat Clippers 124-103 for eighth straight win

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00:29 sec | 5 months ago

Mitchell, Jazz beat Clippers 124-103 for eighth straight win

"The the Utah Utah Jazz Jazz won won their their eighth eighth game game in in a a row row one one twenty twenty four four to to one one or or three three over over the the LA LA clippers clippers it's it's the the longest longest active active winning winning streak streak in in the the NBA NBA Donovan Donovan Mitchell Mitchell scored scored twenty twenty seven seven points points Jordan Jordan Clarkson Clarkson twenty twenty one one and and Rudy Rudy go go bear bear had had twenty twenty with with seventeen seventeen rebounds rebounds the the jazz jazz shot shot forty forty percent percent from from three three making making fifteen fifteen Marcus Marcus Morris Morris senior senior scored scored twenty twenty four four points points to to lead lead LA LA who who had had its its four four game game winning winning streak streak snapped snapped I I am am mark mark Myers Myers

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Pandemic stress weighs heavily on Gen Z: AP-NORC, MTV poll

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00:52 sec | 6 months ago

Pandemic stress weighs heavily on Gen Z: AP-NORC, MTV poll

"A a new new poll poll finds finds that that close close to to half half of of generation generation Z. Z. Americans Americans say say cobit cobit nineteen nineteen is is made made it it more more difficult difficult to to pursue pursue their their goals goals according according to to a a recent recent poll poll from from MTV MTV entertainment entertainment group group and and the the Associated Associated Press Press the the stresses stresses of of the the pandemic pandemic capit capit younger younger Americans Americans especially especially hard hard those those in in so so called called generation generation Z. Z. ages ages thirteen thirteen to to twenty twenty four four reported reported higher higher levels levels of of disruption disruption to to their their academic academic and and social social lives lives forty forty six six percent percent of of Gen Gen Z. Z. respondents respondents said said the the pandemic pandemic has has made made it it harder harder to to pursue pursue their their education education or or career career goals goals compared compared with with thirty thirty six six percent percent of of lentils lentils and and thirty thirty one one percent percent of of generation generation X. X. forty forty percent percent reported reported greater greater difficulty difficulty with with their their dating dating and and romantic romantic relationships relationships and and forty forty five five percent percent reported reported greater greater difficulty difficulty maintaining maintaining friendships friendships compared compared with with thirty thirty nine nine percent percent of of Gen Gen X. X. Americans Americans health health experts experts say say it's it's consistent consistent with with what what they're they're seeing seeing as as younger younger people people report report higher higher rates rates of of anxiety anxiety depression depression and and academic academic setbacks setbacks after after months months of of pandemic pandemic restrictions restrictions and and remote remote learning learning I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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Expect to pay more for Christmas trees, experts say

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00:43 sec | 6 months ago

Expect to pay more for Christmas trees, experts say

"Experts say pandemic factors are just one reason for higher prices on Christmas trees for twenty twenty one the American Christmas tree association representing retailers says lumber trucking and fuel prices are up some stores say they're still waiting for shipments from China people seeking holiday cheer during the pandemic go over the top sales for Christmas trees last year so now a dark the owner of a Christmas tree farm on Long Island tells Newsday newspaper they sold out of mature trees last year and also sold many that weren't mature yet leaving the farm with fewer trees to sell this year Cindy Belushi and is a tree seller in Clovis California we have a shortage anyway of trees he told KFSM that the tree growing industry was hard hit by record summer heat in some areas of Oregon the crop was cut about forty percent I'm Jennifer king

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More turn to abortion pills by mail, with legality uncertain

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01:04 min | 7 months ago

More turn to abortion pills by mail, with legality uncertain

"Earlier this year the blighted ministration lifted an FDA ban against allowing the mail delivery of abortion pills because of the pandemic but some states are considering laws to make that illegal a ban on the delivery of abortion pills takes effect next month in Texas south Dakota's governor bandit by executive order and a handful of other states are working on legislation for women seeking to end a pregnancy it is confusing says Utah OBGYN doctor me ship had gas a patchwork of laws that are criminalizing women are pregnant people speaking to self manage their own portion she says it's safe and women don't necessarily need to see a doctor to use an abortion pill comparing it to a miscarriage that occurs at home the group Susan B. Anthony list once a doctor involved policy director Susan Swayze lie down a model bill would look like it would require an in person exam roughly forty percent of the abortions in the U. S. are done through medication hi Jackie Quinn

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Thousands of intel officers refusing vaccine risk dismissal

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00:46 sec | 7 months ago

Thousands of intel officers refusing vaccine risk dismissal

"Thousands of intelligence officers who are refusing to get the coveted nineteen vaccine could soon lose their jobs intelligence officers are particularly hard to replace because of the highly specialized work they do and the difficulties involved in completing security clearance checks how many intelligence officers are not vaccinated the office of the director of national intelligence isn't saying CIA director William burns says ninety seven percent of his CIA officers have been vaccinated the congressman Chris Stewart a Utah Republican who's a member of the house intelligence committee says in some agencies the number of unvaccinated workers is as high as forty percent the government's vaccine mandate deadline for civilian employees is November twenty second I'm ready to fall late

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GM Profit Sinks as Chip Shortage Takes Toll

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00:42 sec | 7 months ago

GM Profit Sinks as Chip Shortage Takes Toll

"General Motors third quarter results saw profits slipping due to a pandemic shortage of computer chips and other parts GM still posted a two point four billion dollar profit in the third quarter held up in part by consumer willingness to pay high prices for scarce new trucks and SUVs but their profit was forty percent lower than the same period last year their revenue fell twenty five percent and was short of Wall Street estimates on a conference call with reporters CEO Mary Barra so the company was hit by a global shortage of semiconductors and cobit outbreaks at supplier factories she said they're seeing improvements but they'll see the impacts into next year Edmunds dot com reports that the chip shortage has been particularly harsh GM and the company lost three point eight percentage points of US market share I'm

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White House: LA port going 24/7 to ease shipping backlog

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00:42 sec | 8 months ago

White House: LA port going 24/7 to ease shipping backlog

"The port of Los Angeles will become a twenty four hour seven day a week operation to try and help you supply chain issues according to the White House boards in LA in Long Beach where they started operating twenty four seven last month account for forty percent of all shipping containers ensuring the U. S. as of Monday there were sixty two ships there and another eighty one waiting to dock and unload according to the marine exchange of southern California president Biden will announce an agreement today with union and business leaders the White House says will help relieve the backlog the administration also says Walmart target home depot Samsung fed ex and UPS are all increasing their hours to move the products I'm Julie Walker

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 Early results show record low turnout in Iraq's election

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00:40 sec | 8 months ago

Early results show record low turnout in Iraq's election

"The turnout in Iraq's weekend elections with little more than forty percent according to preliminary results announced the turn ons a record low in the post Saddam Hussein Iraq signaling widespread distrust of the country's rulers the independent high electoral commission says early results show turn out from the Sunday vote at forty one percent that's down from forty four percent in the twenty eighteen elections which itself was an all time low the voters being mauled by widespread apathy and the bloody close by many young activists who thronged the streets of Baghdad and Iraq's southern provinces in late twenty nineteen calling

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 More than 120,000 US kids had caregivers die during pandemic

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00:47 sec | 8 months ago

More than 120,000 US kids had caregivers die during pandemic

"A new study shows the number of U. S. children orphaned during the corona virus pandemic may be larger than previously thought a study published by the medical journal pediatrics shows more than one hundred twenty thousand kids in the U. S. lost a parent or grandparent who was a primary provider of financial support and care another twenty two thousand experienced the death of a secondary provider an earlier study by different researchers estimated that as of this past February about forty thousand U. S. children have lost a parent to cope with nineteen nearly sixty percent of the children who lost a primary care giver were either Hispanic or black two racial groups that make up about forty percent of the U. S. population I'm

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"forty percent" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"forty percent" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"To accomplish only forty percent of whatever it is that you were supposed to take and that's all you got was forty percent of it we're just gonna move you ride along I don't see how this benefits anyone in reality if they go through with this what benefit did they see self esteem the kids we can tell them well you're not failing hang in there is that what they think is the benefit I don't know you can say that it you know sixty one or seventy one Hey you're not bailing stay in there but they need to know that you're not giving your bass and if you're not giving your best that means there could be some days ten to eleven AM and two to three PM on news radio kale BJ the tide in done shelf camper metro launching a new bus routes and frequency of bus stops hoping to reverse a decline in the percentage of ridership statesman reports ridership has declined four straight years even the the metro rail is down this year by five percent yeah maybe down five percent but we have more people living here temperature says they have more people riding but the percentage based on the population of the city may be down but basically they had a bunch of new bus stops they eliminated ones that were not very productive but they had a bunch of new bus stops effective yesterday I I'm very confused by this we've grown and based on those percentages ridership is down why don't they try to become smaller more efficient leaner and meaner versus spending more and trying to expand when the interest clearly is waning it's called cap remap and went into effect yesterday a major overhaul of the bus service across the city capital metro says they should simplify the routes make it more reliable and up the frequency the agency has added one hundred and ten new bus stops and cut seventeen during the transition period street teams will be stationed at bus stops helping people navigate the changes plus there were shuttle pick up rights writers who may be didn't get the memo for example if you're on the wrong street some wrong corner waiting for the bus and also some things are different this morning and they've added some new shades at several of these new bus stops and if you're a writer and you're hoping that the bus is on time because you don't want to be sitting there in the heat they've got the new shade instead of making sure the buses are on time they had some awnings to protect from the sun that if you've got a new Avenue website that you can easily plug and where you are and where you want to go and then it'll tell you what bus to get on I I I don't understand the the decision making here people are clearly still electing to use the cars that that we've all paid way too much money for and they want to use those for the convenience the option has to be better for me the better option does not exist out there not even close Saddam done show.

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KFI AM 640

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"forty percent" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"In the second secret they're the third World War is predicted Hey that that there will be a third World War a lot of people contacted me and they said well we find a so what information very interesting but and it's not going to start a war they're make they're doing great and I farmed of Americans have very little information China in fact forty according to a poll forty percent of Americans have a positive view of time so I thought well we've got the book of revelations we've got Fatimah now what we need is still hard facts on the ground what's actually happening in China exactly and that's the port this is the second book I did not want to take the time to write it to be quite Frank because it turned into an enormous time consumer call it's it but it's so important well I looked around I thought is there another book that goes into everything hi actually verified well research I can find books on what this or that not the whole spectrum so I broke it down into thirteen categories and very it's easy to read everything if you won't know what's happening in China today it's there now another well I decided to do I finally had to cut off you know what it is an ongoing process and so I said to myself well every week or so something new comes up if I keep postponing the book you'll never get done never we called the book the world forever so what I've done is this and I hope people take advantage of this I have started a Twitter page I I don't use Twitter because the people I work with we communicate by phone and by email so what the purpose of a Twitter pages I want people to come on there and identify themselves as a follower click on there is one message there click on the floor and every time something of real importance comes that updates the book I will reference the book and give them a hyperlink that explains the latest about now's your Twitter feed linked up on your website not a problem you can go from the Twitter page to the website through a hyperlink but but you see I'm trying to how does hyperlinks just going to these particular update okay in a moment I'm going to ask you to spell out your Twitter link for people so they can have a double posted on our website so people can go go a reference it very easily Richard when you were on with three three years ago and we talked about your earlier book the coming of Armageddon many of the things that of course we're talking about now the book of revelation in the signs that are out there tell me about the tie in with Fatimah Fennimore his fascinated be since I was a boy going to my Catholic catechism classes where you know the couple youngsters in Portugal spotted the virgin Mary standing on a rock and she gave them secrets all the kids I think of since past and but the the first couple secrets what the first one was what the consecration of Russia or something like that well let me say this I'm delighted that you have I'm sorry that's one of the most understated and under estimated events.

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"forty percent" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"forty percent" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"To accomplish only forty percent of whatever it is that you were supposed to take and that's all you got was forty percent of it we're just gonna move you ride along I don't see how this benefits anyone in reality if they go through with this what benefit to the C. self esteem the kids we can tell them well you're not failing hang in there is that what they think is the benefit I don't know you can say that it you know sixty one or seventy one Hey you're not bailing stay in there but they need to know that you're not giving your bass and if you're not giving your best that means there could be some days ten to eleven AM and two to three PM on news radio kale BJ the tide in done shelf Rebecca in north Austin what's on your mind I just wanted you to know that make the most amazing the less chance kale salad don't call here line in this show sister I would bring it to your office and by golly you would be a believer well you know what there's something to this tale saying I don't believe the yet but I'm willing to try it I'm not you're not if she you have a specialty it's a delicious kale salad specialty that you make your obviously a single woman no actually my kids love it my husband love your Hey you kids day loosely tasks that you walk other you are the devil the devil you know a kale means.

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"forty percent" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"forty percent" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Some of our visa programs are very very high well into the double digits I heard an astounding statistic yesterday that many people may be familiar with the H. one B. program which is the white collar guest worker program. that when the trump administration began checking into these applications at the very first stage of the process and going out to look at the companies that were asking for guest workers they found that forty percent of the applications had indicators of fraud. looks like like stuff like there wasn't a real business at that address right for. it may have been a business address but it wasn't near maybe they said it was manufacturing and it looked like you know like a nail salon or some hiking. the storm and and this is a big problem in our immigration system you know we have a very generous immigration system that Americans cherish. people wanted to be fair and there are many people in the world who would like to come here on a legally on green cards and when we tolerate this kind of fraud and abuse and look the other way it's just it's it trashes the integrity of the of the system in a row it's public support so I think it's really important that the government finally been doing over the doing oversight on these programs particularly when their guest worker programs where there also may be some exploitation of the workers and displacement of American workers if yeah we let people get away with fraud so there's really some positive things that have been under the radar. complain about them that the the employers and their lawyers especially complain about more red tape and having to answer more questions from the government and then it's slowing the process down and that's.

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"forty percent" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"forty percent" Discussed on KCRW

"Your A. K. forty so. in this some form of mandatory by back has been endorsed by camel Heris Cory Booker and build the Blasio other Democrats though are more cautious such as Minnesota senator any club a shark and I personally think we should start with the voluntary give voluntary buy back program there are political reasons for the hesitation here in a recent NPR PBS Marist poll seventy percent of Democrats supported the idea of mandatory by backs but for independence that number was forty percent and Republicans hated the idea with support from only twenty three percent it plays right into the hands of Republicans who are always just trying to stay Democrats are out to take your guns and this has been a very powerful and effective rallying cry Johnson missiles a psychiatrist and professor and the author of dying of whiteness a book that examines the role of guns among other things in conservative politics he says talk of confiscating guns can be political poisoned with certain voters grants are not just any symbol for also very racialized symbols for centuries in this country we had a history where only white Americans were able to own guns well operated to carry guns in public and so based on history when you say I'm gonna take away somebody's guns and it's really kicking away a notion of particular notion of white their practical problems here too advocates for this idea point to the government's previous success and restricting other kinds of guns but UCLA law professor Adam Winkler says those were different situations he wrote the book gun fight the battle over the right to bear arms in America well in the nineteen thirties when the federal government decided that machine guns and sawed off shotguns with the kind of weapons that were really only used by criminals there was an effort to try to prohibit access to those weapons but it wasn't through mandatory gun buy back program instead the government required registration and imposed a special tax on the possession of those firearms journalist in gun rights advocate John Stokes expects that something similar might happen this time around he's part of open source defense an online organization which she'd. scribes as a post culture war gun rights collective we're definitely not gonna see door to door gun confiscations I don't expect that order would be given and if it was given I don't expect that the police would actually carry it out stocks is the real question would be which guns exactly are subject to the buy back but Rourke has talked about banning quote battlefield weapons but Stokes says that's not a very precise definition boring machine guns was straight forward in the sense the machine guns are full auto it was if it's full auto which is simple forced a defining recognized then you don't get it we will have that was the A. R. here fifteen style rifles these days are all about being modular they're almost like legos and Stokes thinks it would be pretty easy to get around the technical definitions of what's illegal. finally it's important remember that A. R. fifteen style rifles account for far fewer deaths than hand guns says Jonathan Messel a real conversation about an injury and death needs to take account of other kinds of weapons and other kinds of shootings and though he believes in firearms restrictions metal says talk of mandatory by backs of A. R. fifteens risks becoming both a central issue and when it comes to overall gun deaths a distraction..

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"forty percent" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"forty percent" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Yes we're gonna take your A. R. fifteen your A. K. forty. isn't alone in this some form of mandatory by back has been endorsed by camel Heris Cory Booker and build the Blasio other Democrats though are more cautious such as Minnesota senator any club a sharp and I personally think we should start with the voluntary give voluntary buy back program there are political reasons for the hesitation here in a recent NPR PBS Marist poll seventy percent of Democrats supported the idea of mandatory by backs but for independence that number was forty percent and Republicans hated the idea with support from only twenty three percent it plays right into the hands. quicken sure always just trying to stay Democrats are out to take your guns and this has been a very powerful and effective brawling cry Johnson missiles a psychiatrist and professor and the author of dying of whiteness a book that examines the role of guns among other things in conservative politics he says talk of confiscating guns can be political poisoned with certain voters grants are not just any symbol for also very racialized symbols for centuries in this country we had a history where only white Americans were able to own guns well over able to carry guns in public and show based on history when you stamina take away somebody's guns and it's really kicking away a notion of particular notion of white their practical problems here too advocates for this idea point to the government's previous success and restricting other kinds of guns but UCLA law professor Adam Winkler says those were different situations he wrote the book gun fight the battle over the right to bear arms in America well in the nineteen thirties when the federal government decided that machine guns and sawed off shotguns with a kind of weapons that were really only used by criminals there was an effort to try to prohibit access to those weapons but it wasn't through mandatory gun buy back program instead the government required registration and imposed a special tax on the possession of those firearms journalist in gun rights advocate John Stokes expects that something similar might happen this time around he's part of open source defense an online organization which she describes as a post culture war gun rights collective we're definitely not gonna see door to door claim confiscations I don't expect that order would be given and it was given I don't expect that the police would actually carry it out stocks is the real question would be which guns exactly are subject to the buy back but Rourke has talked about banning quote battlefield weapons but Stokes says that's not a very precise definition boring machine guns was straight forward in the sense the machine guns are full auto it was if it's full auto which is somewhat forced a defining recognized then you don't get it we will have. it was the A. R. here fifteen style rifles these days are all about being modular they're almost like legos and Stokes thinks it would be pretty easy to get around the technical definitions of what's illegal. finally it's important remember that A. R. fifteen style rifles account for far fewer deaths than hand guns says Jonathan met so a real conversation about crime injury and death needs to take account of other kinds of weapons and other kinds of shootings and though he believes in firearms restrictions metal says talk of mandatory by backs of A. R. fifteens risks becoming both a central issue and when it comes to overall gun deaths a distraction..

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"forty percent" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:57 min | 2 years ago

"forty percent" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Twenty twenty. forty percent of corporate board we've been hearing about this I'm from state to state as some have implemented it but it's going full throttle across the US from what I understand from Dr Arline diamond the purveyor of diamond associates dot net is that right doctor in all across America on the first of January right. yes women's clothes make of up to forty percent on corporate on forty percent more on corporate boards and now I'm you see depending on where you are they actually make up about two or three to five percent so it's going to be. change so wait a minute two or three or five percent are or what women comprise on corporate boards on average across America and that has to be up to forty by January first yeah. and they start implementing it yeah it's an interesting problem because depending on the size of the board of course little family boards I'm going to have an easier time of it is something that there's you know a strong woman is part of the family but these big what I call the big board boards. corporate boards they are so accustomed to being all male and to having a particular style of operating that for the average woman and I'm generalizing I'm not making a stereotype here. generally speaking when they're gonna have a hard time integrating unless they learn how to be Sir it's not aggressive minister items and learn how to speak up in meetings in a way that not disparaging others but is making their point so what I'm doing is I'm doing workshops for women and I'm doing an online for some women because it's a different way of operating. it's sort of a whole new culture for for the board and the women that I guess were used operating a certain way when when they're in the midst of colleagues in the midst of boxes of men and doc it is interesting that you think after all this women's lib for all these decades now that there would perhaps already be laws on the books saying women should comprise so much or on the flip side should be that way anyway without us having to devise these laws of soldiers were talking about I guess. it's a combination of problems one I really believe that general again generally speaking we sell to define what roles we want to go into and women tend to go into the softer skill areas which means promotions aren't quite the same so consequently there are fewer women to get into the sea level because of their work choices are and yes discrimination exists in all of that. put that aside for the moment that all things being equal women make different choices quite often and so now we have a situation where on these boards we're mostly they draw from the C. level executives from their their vendors or their customers mostly during from the colleagues so they're mostly during some of the man and now of course you're going to have to find women who generally speaking are not at the sea level are there any sort of so so many fewer women that are actually at the sea level than their male contact counterparts. and how do you guys women I know again you do webinars you visit companies of if they'll hire you and then you have seminars in your midst there in northern California where you happen to be how do you guys women on how to behave in sort of you know changing the culture and change our behavior and our minds that I guess well these two women that you showing me here know it already I can tell she definitely knows that she's got it down. cultural party is women particularly women from other cultures. Asian cultures but also middle eastern cultures are taught to speak in a very low tone of voice to be apologetic to put lots of qualifiers and polite. where bridge into their talk and so one of the things that I teach women to do and it it seems so basic is speak up. I was at a meeting the other night and we were just a dozen of the US Senate meeting were standing and everything on the table and I was I happened to be sitting at one. and I literally could not hear two women that were at the other end because it was speaking so quietly so what that one of the first things to eat it's it's your image you know you have to look strong are not aggressive but strong so part of it is how you dress part of it is speaking up part of it is standing tall rather than you know I'm being humble and on over yeah she's she's got it you know and it's it's coming into their situation as in low you belong there not as though you're banging your way yeah so that's kind of we do a lot of role playing about that but one of the things that I also teach is for women to recognize that the hammer by you proposition that with him being interviewed to the launch of these boards they need to be able to articulate ones value they are going to bring to the boards I was recently working with a woman attorney who happen to have. random little rolodex clients people that she had worked with that were perfect type of customers for one of them when she was trying to get on and it never occurred to her that that was one of the values that she brought with the rolodex the could be terribly valuable to them so part of the mystery hearing now what you have to offer to its descent dropping debating it what do often that in to kill a job what you offer that particular board. and I love the pictures you guys crying you know perfect example an obviously strong competent woman standing in making her point and the men of paying attention. yeah. I'm sorry I didn't mean to interrupt that we had a pause there I was just gonna say doctor that sort of guiding the women on how to behave how do you consult with the boards themselves are these companies are run by men because I know you get hired and buy them so what do you tell them and what do you see when you go there so it's obviously very is all over the place but cardboard training is to teach people how to either agree or disagree with each other without them that I can disagree with you without calling you stupid just to have a different opinion here's what mine is and here's why is learning how to do strategic planning and learning how to be a team because of I'm bored with its corporate or otherwise as a team of players it's learning what your responsibilities are in more important went in not. the thing that one single on a board for example that they have the right to interfere with the staff they don't the board is responsible to the CEO when the CEO and C. E. O. is responsible for her or his fans and so it's teaching with their with their parameters are with their responsibilities or. teaching people how to. one of my fees when they say all only a few hours every time each month is not really a lot of work. which is not. top off to find more your website sorry but a heart rate see you next time. rate me on anything you would know that when your policy number twenty five. right right right and.

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"forty percent" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"forty percent" Discussed on KCRW

"Receive forty percent are over of their daily caloric intake I mean it's a huge difference in fact after Europeans encounter corn turn to colonization of the Americas the two corn back to Europe with them they didn't taking some of the station later in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries peasant populations in Spain and Italy started relying heavily on the score rain when we crops fail and it had disastrous results when it's not needs to allies when it's not being enhanced in this way I mean it's it's not even that it's not nutrition it's not even it's not nutritionally viable I mean it actually like increases your chances of flagrant increases your chances of malnutrition I mean it's it's it's shocking you know the letter is a chronic wasting disorder caused by a nice and efficiency all these Europeans were eating corn full nice and yet they were dying of diets and deficiency when European colonist first came over to the New World when explorers and missionaries and various people when they were first interacting with native groups they saw what they were doing and they saw that they were adding lime and wood ash and lie to their maze products that they in no way thought that that was biological they in no way thought that that was nutritionally enhancing their food they really thought it was just this peculiar way that these people cooked so how did ancient mess Americans come with this technique of that turn out to be so important you know I I get that question a lot but my answer it it's a bit you know it doesn't quite answer but I'm gonna give it to you anyway which is that people through out time and throughout the world have constantly been experimenting with the world around them to figure out how to make it work for them and also you know what they can do to to figure out better ways of living and I don't think that it's any wonder that they would figure this out I think it's I think it's actually it was probably inevitable other historians think that the original next to my allies or some might have been doing it simply because they make corn softer and easier to work with this would have been reason enough so one eight one of banning Christina's handmade tortillas or it's more like six thirty yes I mean something that's a thousand years old in a way and it's way more delicious and the thirtieth most of us are used to from the supermarket Christine is telling students the importance of being nutritious and offense one can also cause about what was the scene in front of the death the barbacoa tacos have to be eaten with homemade tortilla and I want people to enjoy affordable real tortillas our community is growing here and I want my kids to learn the difference between what sold in stores what we have here south Philly barbacoa betting person to go to great lengths to make their simple food the traditional way another.

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"forty percent" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"forty percent" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Fifteen forty percent of them ended up back behind bars within three years forty percent of the shares point is you know we're not supposed to be just warehousing quote on quote bad people we are supposed to be trying to change behavior and I have an example here of someone who I believe their their behavior has has been corrected has been changed so how he's going out on a limb here for sure yeah certainly not as I think how to hug kiss kiss levy feely let's open the gates for everybody as some people who are part of this push but it's interesting I yeah okay right yeah no coffee on it sounded like you can find no there was a car now this is giving something up well she's in the news today for the expungement right she's using cold for America to go through all the records to see if the low level marijuana how much action how much they get paid for it how much is our office pay and then it's a good follow up question that watch it on that was not in my email and I have you the story listen I got to go get a milkshake for the producers news yeah bye thank you Ben what time is coming on this is coming on tonight at nine o'clock nine o'clock of the G. and then sends got was then has the story than men thanks bill Boulter try grass fed beef divide them right then yeah do readers emails I don't know I consider continually does that I do not reason I know your.

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"forty percent" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"forty percent" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Few forty percent of adults in a new study say they're unhappy with the way they've lived their lives the study of Britain says spending too much time at work and not traveling enough were among the biggest of regrets too much TV or smartphone timer also high on the regret list three out of four adults say their regret is mainly caused by things they wanted to do but never got around to be kind of good news is more than half said they believe it's not too late for them to change pads accomplish more in life Michael crozier KFI how do you feel about this moving Halloween at first I was like what you know I love tradition so October thirty first in my mind's that's the traditional Halloween okay well a petition to move Halloween is nearing its goal of seventy five thousand signatures more than sixty six thousand people have signed an online petition to redefine Halloween as of last Saturday as the last Saturday of October Halloween in costume association says people who love the holiday shouldn't be forced to cram all the fun into a couple of hours on a week day okay so I started thinking couple things about this so as somebody who works odd hours like I do like you do if your listing right now probably or somebody who is a really really early riser or somebody likes to work out in the mornings having your doorbell still ringing at nine thirty ten o'clock at night is not fun right so would you be in favor of moving Halloween to the last Saturday of October this way all those parties the Halloween parties can actually happened on Halloween of you know was eight usually it's it's a Halloween falls on a Wednesday people are have been Halloween parties the weekend before okay well now you would have to do that you could actually have it on Saturday or could there be unforeseen consequences with were celebrating Halloween now on a Saturday everybody's parties are happening that night are we gonna have you know now bad behavior every weekend the last Saturday of October every year we gonna look for that or our parents again this is great because finally I'm not having to go to work the next day not having to come home from work early to get little Johnny and little Sally ready in their costumes to go out trick or treating see this is one I hadn't thought of I'm like I cutting can see how this could be helpful to many many people so I don't know but anyway looks like a it at I don't know who would make this change the actual move of changing Halloween but I'll I'll keep kind of digging into this one because I'm intrigued by it I I love tradition but I am I maybe donate this idea alright we come back we'll talk with A. B. C.'s Jason a Benson big battle brewing at the box office it's the lion king verses once upon a time in Hollywood and Woodstock fifty all that controversy and where it's going less traffic in your forecast on your wake up call is a tender little tale fresh from the.

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"forty percent" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"forty percent" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"We continue to guidance and show Juan Williams with me live in studio in New York as were reacting to what we just heard moments ago from the president as he spoke to reporters outside the White House we shifted to twenty twenty just before the break one we have a few minutes here C. N. N. announcing the first team in the second team coming up at the end of the month for their debates interestingly Joe Biden Kamel Harris will be on the same stage again I think people are eager to see that in the previous Natalie Elizabeth Warren Bernie Sanders and Jaji we'll just talk about those five top tier people so three of them the first night then Biden and Harris the next night you're a quick thoughts on sort of the dynamics of player round two let's start let's get this fight under way because I think that you're going to have to see a better prepared Joe Biden he said he wasn't quite prepared he was surprised by the clear off pensive tact taken by Harris and also I think don't forget Cory Booker is going to be on that stage and Cory Booker had been going after Biden not so much on busing but on his embrace of the idea that you can work across partisan lines including with people who were segregationist in the past so he was highly critical and I think he's probably feeling like Hey I should have been on the offensive with Biden before so I think in a way bite is going to be in a pincer of a trap here if you need battlefield terms right between Harris and book and it gets very racial very quickly and that speaks the divide among Democrats because there after especially in South Carolina were bite is now in the lead there after the fact that I think it's forty percent of the democratic electorate in South Carolina is black yeah the other stage by the way is interesting to me because you'll have Sanders versus Elizabeth Warren and again I think boys so the left is really we had an argument previously about Medicare for all if we had arguments about exactly what the immigration system is and whether or not you allow people to cross the border without charging them with a felony it's going to come back Rory one final point did you run that CNN drawing because it looked to me terrible I was on believe watch I thought it was weird I just we at happy carts on yesterday I agree with him put the top ten candidates were polled hop on one stage and the other Jelinek stage I agree I want to see all the talk to people going at it face to face but that'll come perhaps down the line one Williams of the five we'll be watching you on fox news channel about an hour from now another hour of this show coming up after this.

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"forty percent" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

Curiosity Daily

06:51 min | 3 years ago

"forty percent" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

"Curiosity dot com to help you get smarter in just a few minutes on Cody gov. And I'm actually Hamer today, you learn about the factors that determine how other people see us with Vivian Zayas from Cornell University. You'll also learn about why, and how you should avoid asking for too much advice. Let's set aside some curiosity. It's not just how we look how we act that determines how people see us. So what does determine what people think of us researchers might have some hunches based on some ongoing studies? And one of those researchers is Vivian Sayas vigil rector of the personality, attachments and control laboratory at Cornell University, she's back for another edition of our mentality Mondays miniseries, with some insights in how researchers study first impressions, but more than that, she has some surprising information about exactly how subjectively people really see each other, what she told us might surprise you. You know, a lot of the work on. I and Prussians tends to focus on some people are for example, more attractive than other people or some people are just more like than other people are some people more trustworthy than other. That's what's called a target effect. Right. And the suction is, if we are given ten people were asked evaluate those ten people, the three of us are going to generally agree. That's the suction, and there is some consistency in our evaluations some, but it doesn't explain all of it, actually, and actually, if you can break down, how much is due to the target versus there's another source of what influences whether we like someone or not. And that's what's called a perceiver effect. So some people might think that everybody's attractive, or everybody's trustworthy. Right. So that would be a perceiver effect. And then there's what's called the interaction between the, the person that you're viewing the target and yourself, we can call this, like chemistry. I might. At like person, a more than person b and Ashley, you might like person be more than personal personnel. And what we know from some of the work is that in terms of first impressions of like who do you like what we're seeing is that twenty percent of the judgment is based on. We tend to agree that some people are more likeable than other people. Forty percent is a person effect. Some people are just like everybody and some people don't and then forty percent is sort of idiosyncratic. We have preferences, and our preferences aren't all the same and that accounts for forty percent of the variability. We'll say that one more time just so it sinks him in terms of first impressions about twenty percent of the time, we tend to agree that some people are just more likable than other people. Forty percents is a person effect as in some people just like everybody and others don't and the final forty percent is personal preference. That's a lot of percents. And to me. That is really interesting and also important, because I feel like we tend to simplify things again. Right. And I think we tend to think that just some people are more attractive. Some people more likable. Some people have it, and some people don't and that there's a little bit of truth to that. There are people who are more attractive in some people, we tend to agree somewhat but there's a lot of idiosyncrasy a lot of preferences. And we see preferences in almost every aspect of our lives. We don't all want to live in the same cities. We don't all want to live in the same communities. We don't all want to live in the same type of house. We don't all want to wear the same types of clothes. We don't all the same type of restaurant even if we go to the same restaurant, we don't all eat the same type of food. There are preferences. And so why wouldn't we have these preferences, when it comes to who we find attractive in who we want to hang out with, and who do we to be friends with? But it's a little bit complicated. It's harder to get a grasp of these interactions. And so. So we tend to focus on target effects, and I think there's some importance to target effects, but I think it doesn't present the whole picture and to me, find it really interesting that there is so much idiosyncrasy so much that when we're meeting someone, and we're making a decision, for example, do I want to be friends with this person? A person's saying, does everybody necessarily want to be friends with. I'm saying do I want to be friends with this person? Am I attracted to this person and there's a lot of personal preference in that? So that's one part of the first impressions work, one finding there that I'm really interested in. So would you say then that probably everybody is attractive and likable to somebody? I have not yet looked at that would I might expect is that yes, there's going to be, maybe I am hesitant say everybody. But the majority of people are going to be attracted to the majority of other people, I might also expect that so. Some people will draw more people to. And so I, I do think that there is some complexity to these analyses that we haven't done yet. Here's one takeaway from this research. Maybe don't worry so much about whether you're broadly likable, to other people all the time, and instead, just do your best to make a good first impression on the next person you meet. There's probably not a person out there who everyone likes, although to be fair. Patrick Stewart comes pretty darn close. Anyway, that was Vivian Sayas. The director of the personality attachment and control laboratory at Cornell University. You can hear her and lots of other interesting people on Cornell university's podcast series called, what makes us human it just backed up its fourth season, and their episodes are really interesting not to mention even shorter than ours. You can find links to that podcast and more in today's show notes, and you'll hear from professor science again next week one way to get someone to like you a whole lot more is by giving a gift from. Today's sponsor paints your life. That believe I know somebody that recently did this. I did. I got a portrait of my great grandmother, great, grandfather, and grandmother, as a baby turned into a painting for my mom for mother's day. And so when I called my mom on mother's day, and she had just opened her present. It was like she didn't even answer. The phone really is like the phone turned on. And then it was just her talking to my brother about how amazing it looked and comparing, you know, his facial features to like my great grandfather's facial features. And I was like, mom. She was so delighted and I just can't wait to go home for the holidays and see it up on her wall. That's super cool. And that's pretty much the whole idea, right? I mean you can have an original painting of yourself, your children family, a special place or cherished pet all at a price you can afford, by the way, from painter life.

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"forty percent" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"forty percent" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Allowed to film inside over there. Those are the two cells I for the facility they wanted us to see how busy they are. It looked like any other jail except that there were mothers with children peering. Backing us through the glass men are kept separately background checks run. And fingerprints. Are taken court dates are scheduled to would you say are in hearing. Now, how many people would you simply at five hundred fifty one five hundred fifty one so chief patrol agent Rudy. Carey says the are struggling to care for the increasing numbers of families. The what are the agents having to do to deal with this new population? That's coming up. Forty percent of my workforce right now is dedicated to the processing to the care and feeding to the hospital watch. So that takes that forty percent away from their border security mission making formula, they're bringing juice a pilot. Diapers. And that's what we have to do. Of families comes nearly a year after the White House and did a zero tolerance policy that led to the separation of thousands of children from their parents, actually, given back Alina in was responsible for enforcing that policy as the head of customs and border protection. Did you have any regrets about the way that was carried out? Yeah, I think when you lose a public trust in a law enforcement initiative, and you have to recalibrate at the presidential level. That means that wasn't successful looking back on it did it work. So the enforcement at a law against parents who've isolated or laws and brought children with them was effective. But it didn't work in the sense that we lost the public trust in the implementation of that initiative, and I agree with the presence decision to stop it. President Trump has said he's not looking to restart family separations, but he has threatened to completely shut down the border.

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"forty percent" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"forty percent" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"This is a horrible horrendous Bill that has been changed added onto I believe from what the president said he would agree to it's horrible horrendous. It it it usurps everything he's tried to do and rubs his face in it rubs your face in it. The the the idea that I'm going to sign the Bill and declare a national emergency. Not a good idea. He has the power to do it. But I think that's gonna come back and bite us in the end in a big way. And. We all lose again, either way we all lose on that you mentioned quickly. The what the Bill does and we discussed this in an hour one. But if this Bill had been affected for the past decade, let's say that is spending Bill thirty to forty percent of the arrests of MS, thirteen members would have had to have been abandoned. Yes. Because they were they were integrating that is protected in this Bill underage children, or or people who are caretakers of underaged aliens or people who live in the same household as a caretaker of an age or or could or could it literally says potential sponsors or people who live with potential sponsors of underaged aliens. And it does get more money for ice. Unfortunately that money is to hire more ice agents who are basically a travel agency. You can't you can't arrest. More people. They've cut down on the bed so ice new members have to be hired. So they can help those. Legals get from the border to where they're going to wear wheel process them sometime down the road. This is a a horrible Bill. All right. Our sponsor this half hour is lifelock tax season scammers are back. Make sure you protect your identity. Protect your Europeans. And you know, everything that you get from the IRS your social security number now. Lifelock wants to remind you that somebody's identity is taken every two seconds. And that's why lifelock exists they were so far ahead of their time. Can you think of a company that was more ahead of their time than this? No. I mean, they were talking about this way before I actually took it serious. Right. I mean, I used to roll my eyes going to lifelock. Yeah. What are you gonna use lifelock for and then to thousands came in? And you're like, okay, that's kind of really important. Now, you have to have it. You have to have it. No one can prevent all identity theft or monitor all transactions at all businesses. But lifelock has been doing it for so long. They can uncover the threats that you might miss on your own, and they're.

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"forty percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"forty percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"And commodities and international, but a portfolio that had thirty or forty percent stocks and thirty forty percent index new woody's and at thirty or forty percent alternatives. Probably would have been up a little bit. So you don't have to lose money just because the stock market goes down. There are alternatives that you can get that will make your portfolio less volatile. And that's the name of the game. Right. If you have two horses one runs super fast and the other horse goes at a average speed. You would think that the one that goes super fans is gonna get you where you wanna go faster than the one that goes in an average speed. But if the one that goes superfast throws you off. And now, you don't get where you want wanna go at all. Then you're actually going to do better on a on a horse that has an average speed. And that's how it works in the stock market people invest in stocks because they want that long-term growth, but the price of that long term growth is withstanding the volatility. That's what you have to pay to get that growth. Is you have to do the ups and downs. You've three willing to go decades sometimes without making money you've to be willing to have that market drop, and then ride it out, and hopefully add more if you're working, but if you're not working, you're not adding more, then it's better to have a portfolio that doesn't go down that much, especially if you're near retirement because the next ten years is crucial. If the next ten years is down, and you have a part of your portfolio that steady. Megan five six seven percent interest. And you have another part of your portfolio that's averaging five to seven percent interest, regardless of where the market's down, and then you have another Puerto your portfolio. Yeah. It's down. Down years, but it's up in the up years, and we don't need to touch that part when it's down because we have other assets to get our money from. That's how you plan a smart portfolio. That's how you sleep well at night. And that's how you beat the statistics. You don't be one of the people that underperforms the stock market by six or seven percent a year, even when the market sell, right? And you have a smart plan in place. Just a plan. You're not taking too much risk. You don't have too much volatility. You're sleeping well at night. You have everything planned out you making smart tax choices, you're doing all the right things, and you're gonna live well, and that's gonna help you do live. Well, give us a call at eight six six wealthy. That sounds good to you would love the help eight.

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"forty percent" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"forty percent" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Forty percents of jobs in the world. Yeah. Now. It doesn't mean that those are the jobs that we know about. And I know that sounds weird. What do you mean? Well, because it displaces forty percent of the jobs doesn't mean that other jobs along the way won't be created in support. Of. And new industries that pop up because of. But the one thing that's happening is is technology is moving so fast. And just like I talked to a friend of mine who's a. Police officers sheriff, and we were talking about the driverless cars, he says, you know, one of the things is not always technology changing so fast, and you stick into the driverless cars are are out there. And they're testing and stuff because the reality is is the laws aren't keeping up even with those. They're so far ahead of it. So technology is is way ahead of the curve. And it is something to figure. That's why I'm so excited when I was talking to my son. Last week. I said, you know, what did you do today in school? He goes oh today was coding day. I said what do you guys do? He goes. Oh, he goes we we have to three days a week where the afternoons all we do is code. We work on code. That's awesome. Like, that's the people say, do you need a second language. That's the only second language you should that everybody in that generation in particular needs to know forty percent of jobs in the world will be displaced by technology. I would say display simple. What does that do to the fabric of society? Well, in some sense, there's the human wisdom that always overcomes. These technology revolutions the invention of the steam engine sewing machine electricity, have all this place jobs, and we've gotten over the challenge of a I is this forty percents. Whether it's fifteen.

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"forty percent" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"forty percent" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"This place about forty percents of jobs in the world. Yeah. Now. It doesn't mean that those are the jobs that we know about. And I know that sounds weird. What do you mean? Well, because it displaces forty percent of the jobs doesn't mean that other jobs along the way won't be created in support. Of. And new industries that pop up because of. But the one thing that's happening is is technology is moving so fast. And just like I talked to a friend of mine who's a. Police officers sheriff, and we were talking about the driverless cars, he says, you know, one of the things is not always technology changing so fast, and he's see the driverless cars are out there. And they're testing them and stuff because the reality is the laws aren't keeping up even with those. They're so far ahead of it. So technology is is way ahead of the curve. And it is something to figure. That's why I'm so excited when I was talking to my son last week. I said, you know, what did you do today in school? He goes oh today was coding day. I said what do you guys do? He goes. Oh, he goes we we have to three days a week where the afternoons all we do is code. We work on code like. That's awesome. Like, that's people say you need a second language. That's the only second language, you should everybody in that generation in particular needs to know forty percent of jobs in the world will be displaced by technology. I would say display simple. What does that do to the fabric of society? Well, in some sense, there's the human wisdom that always overcomes. These technology. Revolutions the invention of the steam engine sewing,.

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