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President Vladimir Putin's influence on everyday life in Russia is spreading to fashion
"President president Vladimir Vladimir Putin's Putin's influence influence on on everyday everyday life life in in Russia Russia is is spreading spreading to to fashion fashion with with the the launch launch of of the the first first potent potent branded branded clothing clothing store store the the potent potent team team store store is is run run by by the the federal federal ministry ministry of of industries industries and and trade trade in in is is that that Moscow's Moscow's main main International International Airport Airport the the clothing clothing has has the the colors colors of of the the white white blue blue and and red red Russian Russian tricolour tricolour flag flag with with the the logo logo Putin Putin team team Russia Russia because because they they did did that that because because the the general general director director of of the the brand brand Dimitri Dimitri Shishkin Shishkin says says he he has has been been given given the the green green light light to to launch launch the the project project by by the the Russian Russian president president himself himself what what was was up up with with a a shiny shiny and and he he says says every every detail detail every every textile textile was was calibrated calibrated and and honed honed only only when when we we were were one one hundred hundred percent percent convinced convinced that that we we could could create create a a high high quality quality product product we we launched launched the the opening opening of of the the retail retail chain chain Alexander Alexander unless unless you you have have was was one one of of the the first first customers customers he he bought bought a a red red baseball baseball cap cap with with Russia's Russia's coat coat of of arms arms at at the the navy navy hoodie hoodie he he says says the the clothes clothes are are good good and and the the ambiance ambiance is is very very pleasant pleasant adding adding new new rules rules you you lose lose a a job job he he said said I I love love Russia Russia and and respect respect the the president president I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue
"general director" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"To correspond with also enjoy. Love this generation of the Commodore's And many others did, too. I think Grammy's and all of that and soon anyway. 5 to 1 83 83 always a delight to connect with you. I want to thank you, Andrew for taking the time out to join us. And Andrew Morgan. General director of Hoi Upper theater. It's good to reconnect and it seems like we've got some good times ahead of us, Andrew Yes, I sure hope so. Rick. Thank you for having me back. Yeah, it's a pleasure. How you been? Oh, um, busy. Good. That's a good thing right way. Just launched a digital world premiere on our digital platform. Hot Digital. And, um, we're gearing up toe, go back to live in the fall and making plans and making backup plans and everything else you can imagine. I know that we're all hinging on decisions made before we can make decisions ourselves. But I I love digital world has Been not a replacement, but a nice bridge. Tell us about hometown to the world. It sounds like it's hyper creative. Yeah. Yeah, I think you know our whole season. Our mantra has been. We're not trying to recreate live offered just up on a beard, computer screen or your TV screen for creating cinematic experiences that happened to be opera and S O. Each of the projects is having a really distinct flavor with hometown to the world. It's AH, It's a really gritty story of three people. Three individuals that are are kind of decimated by on immigration raid on the town that took away 25% of the population and in a matter of days through deportation. But it's not about that Pop The politics of that It's about the humanness of the three characters that represent different factions within the town and how they come together through their humanity. It's really quite powerful piece. Can you share a little bit about Laura Kaminski and Kimberly Reed? Is this a debut of their partnership or are there other works They're known for. They? They have actually collaborated on several works, including a ZWAH on which H O T did a few years back. I think in 2016 or 17 on, so they have been collaborating for quite a while. This is the first solo gig. They have worked with another look Contestant collaboration of the other project, So it's just just the two of them for this one really unique project. But they you know, Kimberly comes from an indie film background herself. And so she she really appreciated what we did with the peace and that way I love this. Andrew. For me, It's just so invigorating. Theater arts will continue to be amongst us but then will return. I talked to Jon Kyl, Eva's Of the whole a jazz quartet in the previous segment, and and just made that comment. I hope we never take for granted. The wonder is arts community that we have here at home. You know the adage that you don't know it until you lose it. I hope we understand that we should celebrate as much as possible. All the time. The arts here at home. Gastric. I couldn't have said it better. It is so important to understand that the arts are part of any culture, and it's not operable. A or or hula or jazz is all of those things. It's just big melting pot of the arts that play such an important part in making a community. A community. Um, you know, I I enjoy watching things on my computer and television. But there's nothing like being in a club or a theater, a movie theater of Concert hall and experiencing lined art in live music that there's a There's a sonic quality that you just don't get on and also the collaborative experience. You know you're sitting next to people that Come from all different walks of life. They may have walked in the door and a completely different move that you did, but they're all sitting there experiencing that same opera, that same symphony, that same jazz piece and And you can feel that collective experience. That's really there's nothing like it. Live performance is just nothing like it. Think there's ah, analogous similarity that it's great to talk to folks on the phone. But of course, the experience is so much better in person. Because the essence is communication. That's what our artists in my mind they're communicating. Whatever the script writer or the author or the composer What they would like for you to experience that you can share with me on the phone had a great day today. We can tell me over dinner, man. I had a great day today. Then you you get that feeling all those senses are intertwined in person. Yes, you play off each other in a conversation when you're in person, there's there's cute physical cues that you can't get over the phone. And I think that you know it. Z equally true with life, performing as a performer, myself and understanding that the audience is there with me. Um, you know, in a digital world, you don't get that immediate feedback. I think that's why some of the biggest film stars of our all time still gravitate back towards life Theater. Sometimes they're making a ton, more money doing a movie blockbuster movie, but the day to day getting in front of an audience and having somebody react immediately to your heart. There's nothing like that love it. We're talking about the Andrew Morgan, general director of Hawaii Opera Theater Hot and, of course, uh, tell us, Andrew. Best way to connect with you. And with H O T. Our entire digital season is up on H O t Hot Digital. Got v hx dot tv or check out our website..
"general director" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Academy grad General Flynn, a three star general director of the DEA, railroaded all we lied to the FBI. It wasn't under oath. He thought he was bawling and having a casual conversation. They altered the photo to document. To corrupt FBI under James Comey. They altered the document from from Penitentiary Face Brennan's CIA sent over to the FBI, making it clear that Carter Page was a loyal American working with the CIA on they lied about that. They lied. They lied. They cheated and they altered documents, and they presented fraudulent cases to the FISA court to get worms for illegitimate warrants to spy on members of the Trump of Trump's Circle. And with the two hop rule, keep that in mind and what happened to our sense of fairness, and the answer is the Democrats. Don't believe in that. Because they're not Democrats. They're they're not. They're not liberals. They're the left. They're the left on the left is not Democratic. The left is not liberal. The left is corrupt. And that's what happened to our sense of fairness in this country and fair play and balance. Aunt. It's Ah, It's a terrible, horrible thing. I've got to say that the Democrats have inflicted upon our culture and our country. It's terrible, absolutely terrible. And now the girl Scouts whose job it is tio lift up girls and women and a woman ascends to the Supreme Court for the fifth time in our history. And the Girl Scouts pointed out. And they're excoriated and scorched by the Democrats by the left until they have to walk away in shame and take down their tweet. And, of course, the tweets attacking them or not. Blocked by Jack Dorsey or Twitter, just like these threats by the Muslim former prime minister of Malaysia, calling for the murder. Of millions of French people based on a lie that this liar put out that's not being blocked by Twitter. But President Trump blocked more than 50 times by Twitter because they disagree with what he has said Democrats were fine with that. You're fine with that, because they don't believe in your right to free speech or the president's right to free speech. They will trample free speech rights wherever they can on college campuses. A Twitter Facebook They will trample it your right toe practice your religion freely. They will trample that the Wuhan whatever excuse they want to come in. Well, they're rioting in the streets and mobs and having LGBT Q marches where everybody's on top of each other in New York. But God forbid someone go to church. They're going to Jews, Homes in New York City and breaking up gatherings of 10 people in their homes. Kristallnacht, much attacking violently Jews for Trump in New York City on camera and our media blacks out the story. Just like they black out the Tony B story just like they're blocking the near post news because they don't support freedom of speech. They don't support freedom of the press. They don't support freedom of religion. They don't support your Second Amendment rights. And this is today's Democrat Party. I'm not embellishing it all This is 100% the case and they demonstrated constantly, if not daily. It's daily, then certainly weekly. Let's go to let's go to a telephone call Michael. Let's go, Tio. Let's Goto Sherry calling from Marshalltown, Iowa. Sherry, you're on the Chris Plante show. Hi, Chris. Good morning. Just visit with you about the girl Scouts. I was both a girl Scout camper and a counselor, and I'm just disappointed that the girl Scouts decided to back down. Because I know what I learned in the girl Scouts was, I think that's just the wrong message to descending to young women today. Well under the Patriot Testament, I learned independence. And I learned howto like that got pitched camp. I could live in a tent like a gigolo train and I could use a little train and I could work on all my badge is it's just not the message that no women need right now. This is the girl Scouts should be telling young women. Hey, you gotta stand up for yourself and Girl Scouts was all about God and country when I was in it. Well, they hate God in a hate country there, the left. Right? That's what they teach. They teach this staying anger for country and for God and for church for flag. They burn the flag. They closed. The church's these air, not liberals. These air the left sherry. It's it's you know, I think you recognize a completely different thing. I mean that girl scouts. I'm sure they felt this withering assault from the undemocratic, ill liberal Democrat Party of Joe Biden and on they relented. I'm sorry. They relented, too. But I'm not going to necessarily condemned them for it. I'd like to hear from them. Maybe somebody got vitamin Fox News. CNN and MSN won't invite them on, but I'd like to hear from them and the kind of attacks that they suffered. I mean them. I'm trying to support them and say, Hey, you know, what are you all about now? Backing down to police. Because that's what it is, and I'm just fearful that they want to just make the Girl Scout organization the same way they decimated the Boy Scouts. We need more of this. Now. That's what you know Patriotism with such a big part of being a girl scout. We started every day with raising this flag, lowering the flag learning how to fold the flag learning howto display the flag. You know, I had to have lights on it at night. Don't want to touch the ground, you know, and it was just It's just a shame that they back down. Let it when a very strong on capable independent woman Becomes A Supreme Court justice. They just got their toes stepped on. Yeah. Yeah, well, you know, you've got Kate, the librarian on Twitter, saying you owe every queer girl scout every black girl scout every Hispanic girls got and many more an apology. Because they've they've They've demonized everyone..
"general director" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Like in many places around the world, the West Bank and Gaza are in the midst of renewed outbreak of the corona virus. Over the past 12 days alone cases there have more than doubled. Thats a faster increase than almost anywhere on earth. Dr Ali Abad. Rabo is the general director of preventive medicine at the Palestinian Health Ministry. He's in Ramallah. Doctor Abed Rabo. You had a very limited first wave of cases back in April, But since mid June, there's been a very sharp surge in cases what's happened we are facing now as the rest of the world. The second stage off the habit spread off the pandemic. Andi, We have increased number in some governor rates Governor. It is like the states in the US But a small size here there is a spread off the band aid me all over the community. In these governor, it's I understand. The vast majority of these new cases are in refugee camps in West Bank. Why is that? Why? Because the refugee camps are over crowded area of population. S o the spread off the band. The weak and the infection is ah, then other geographic areas. Is there any possibility of creating more space for the refugees? Are there any efforts Two separate people and create the kind of social distance necessary or is it just impossible under these circumstances? No, it's so difficult, but we are providing now isolation off the infected people in the camps in other areas. Eso we take places as hotels in Rommel Ass ity because there is no possibility off the distance separation. Between their population in the camps. The West Bank, as you know, is controlled by the Palestinian Authority, but the Gaza Strip is run by Hamas. Does that split affect the way you're managing the crisis? No, but the situation in the Gaza Strip is so different because there is a siege since several years in AH Gaza Strip. And there is no possibility for the population to go outside the garden. So the policy there wass to confine all the Affected people with Corona virus who are came from abroad in the isolation centers. For that. Tell this moment there is a few cases in Gaza Strip. But the situation in the West Bank is totally different. And we spank. We have no control over the borders. We have no control over the old territory of the West Bank, So we facing a lot ofthe challenges it due to the occupation. The Palestinian Authority just imposed a nighttime and weekend curfew in the West Bank. In an attempt to slow the spread of the virus. They're being taken. We have to focus our control in the investigation on DH contact tracing. We have to increase our diversity off the treatment centers and isolation centers. The one thing that can Be effective in facing this pandemic is the social distance and that's it. Have you been receiving aid from the international community? Yeah, we received from the actual from China from the Arab countries. Yes, we received yes. Dr Ali Abad. Rabo is the general director of preventive medicine at the Palestinian Health Ministry. He's been speaking to us from Ramallah. Thanks.
"general director" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Via the WTMJ mobile app WTMJ news time seven oh seven MLB players start the spring training two point oh pilgrimage brandy has that and breaking news from the NFL all in sports at seven fifteen a child is in serious condition after being struck by a train near seventieth and west State Street in Wauwatosa police say it happened Wednesday afternoon that crossing has been the site of two fatalities this year in both instances the deaths were ruled suicides after the victims walked on the tracks a spokesperson for Amtrak said the train was traveling from Spokane to Chicago new job numbers come out shortly we're expecting to learn that one point three million Americans filed for unemployment the last week what does it mean for the total number of jobless Americans and the market ABC chief business correspondent Rebecca Jarvis in just the last fourteen weeks forty eight million Americans have been laid off from their jobs and now with those rising number of Coleman cases the market is reacting yesterday the Dow selling off about seven hundred points those numbers due out in about twenty minutes the market set to open at eight thirty central time it was close for one hundred and four days now the Eiffel Tower has reopened to tourists and locals there charge changes though only a limited number of people would be allowed in anyone over eleven years old must wear a face mask and crowd control measures will be in place Patrick brown girl Revo I thought our general director says they're back in business he lost twenty seven million euros when we close with the lock down in Paris back to we are very optimistic on today for me it's a it's a big.
"general director" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"My father since he died Tuesday are there are no more family members of that world and since since I've been looking through these old papers and membrane what a great educator he was taught me the trade bachelor since I was five years old but he not only for me to trade but he was also co chairman of the details of your case I have been reading things that he wrote sixty six years ago all the same things I'm writing today he was very interested in training and upgrading the skills of the industry once it was a misunderstanding that's the bottom line in the media world so he was a master mechanic we started in the trade was about eight years old working on the generator shop next door to his house where he grew up in Brooklyn so he was rebuilding starters and generators or graduated high school and then went in the navy to modem and crass lets people could mission was so good at it he became an instructor before he was nineteen twenty years old he was teaching mathematics wow and that is amazing he never had a plea education job page as you can about it all for free and he spent he spent the better part of his life you know that seventy is educating people well it's a great legacy that that you've continued to carry on Mike we're thinking about you and your family wishing you the best I'm sorry I wish I could go to the wake and offer you my condolences in in person but you know best of luck it sounds like he's led quite left quite a legacy line level with this appointment that week we had a very small with only one hours to spend with family and we were lucky to have that the general directors of telling me that nobody seven dates John Paul is the fact that they're turning away but not the place for a good cause turned away dozens of assignments this week they're all turning away work because they are so overloaded yeah now that's been my experience in talking with us some people involved in in funerals they've never seen anything like this Mike with think about you we're praying for you and I'm sure it's a tough Easter but best of luck to you and your family thank you thank you that's what Mike Porcelli can hear money auto let now there's a lot of people that need to be commended as well you know it's so funny every week every day.
"general director" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Challenge text to street to four eight five four two to learn more text the word street to four eight five four two text to street to four eight five four two to get started today a painting by Dutch master Vincent Hancock has been stolen in an overnight smash and grab raid on the museum that was closed to prevent the spread of the coronavirus pressing alarm museum east of Amsterdam says the Dutch masters the parsonage gardens at Newnham in spring eighteen eighty four was taken in the early hours of Monday police say the thief or thieves smashed a glass door to get into the museum that set off along but by the time the please don't let the pigeon and with the study will gone the museum general director says of the institution that houses the collection of American couple William and I'm a singer I'm going to shop on site at the fifth of the painting the value of the work which is on loan from the museum in the north of the Netherlands is not immediately known police are investigating the theft I'm Charles there this month breaking news and analysis at town hall dot com more Americans signed on the dotted line last month they signed contracts to buy homes the national association of realtors says it's pending home sales index a measure of the number of purchase contracts signed rose two point four percent in February from January lower mortgage rates have been enticing more people to buy houses such.
Dutch museum says Vincent van Gogh painting stolen in overnight raid
"Wire painting by Dutch master Vincent van Gogh is being stolen in an overnight smash and grab raid on a museum that was closed to prevent the spread of the corona virus the sing along museum east of Amsterdam says the Dutch masters the parsonage gardens at noon in spring eighteen eighty four was taken in the early hours of Monday police say the thief or thieves smashed a glass door to get into the museum that set off along but by the time the police got there the painting and with the study will gone the museum general director says of the institution that houses the collection of American couple William and I'm a singer I'm going to shop on site at the fifth of the painting the value of the work which is on loan from the museum in the north of the never linds is not immediately known police are investigating the
"general director" Discussed on AP News
"The painting by Dutch master Vincent van Gogh is being stolen in an overnight smash and grab raid on a museum that was closed to prevent the spread of the corona virus the sing along museum east of Amsterdam says the Dutch masters the pasta dish bottom at Newnham in spring 1884 was taken in the early hours of Monday police say the thief or thieves smashed a glass door to get into the museum that set off the alarm but by the time the police got there the painting and with the study will gone the museum general director says of the institution that houses the collection of American couple William and I'm a singer I'm going to shop on site at the fifth of the painting the value of the work which is on loan from the museum in the north of the Netherlands is not legally none police are investigating the theft on Charles there this month
Police investigate break-in at Dutch art museum
"The painting by Dutch master Vincent van Gogh is being stolen in an overnight smash and grab raid on a museum that was closed to prevent the spread of the corona virus the sing along museum east of Amsterdam says the Dutch masters the pasta dish bottom at Newnham in spring eighteen eighty four was taken in the early hours of Monday police say the thief or thieves smashed a glass door to get into the museum that set off the alarm but by the time the police got there the painting and with the study will gone the museum general director says of the institution that houses the collection of American couple William and I'm a singer I'm going to shop on site at the fifth of the painting the value of the work which is on loan from the museum in the north of the Netherlands is not legally none police are investigating the theft on Charles there this month
LA Opera investigation finds sexual harassment allegations against Placido Domingo credible
"The only opera says its investigation into Placido Domingo has found that sexual harassment allegations made against the superstar tenor are credible this investigation conducted by outside lawyers found similarities in accounts offer by Dominguez accusers but it also concluded that there is no evidence that demand go ever engaged in quid pro quo or retaliated against any woman at the company investigators say that while the operas policies regarding harassment claims were sufficient their implementation was flawed the mango served as the opera's general director for many years before resigning
"general director" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It wasn't that long ago that Biden's campaign seemed on the verge of being written off but now it's Sanders campaign that's facing questions he returned home to Vermont Tuesday night trial Snyder NPR news Washington governor Jay Inslee says he's thankful that residents of his state vote by mail Insley is urging people to avoid large groups because of the corona virus outbreak he's preparing to banned gatherings of more than two hundred fifty people in the Seattle area Washington has more than two hundred sixty confirmed coronavirus cases including twenty four deaths in New York governor Andrew Cuomo is deployed National Guard troops as a continued measure in a hard hit New York City suburb airlines are cutting flights imposing hiring freezes and delaying the delivery of new planes over corona virus concerns and here's David Schaper reports that airline executives hope the industry can recover quickly in an investors conference held over the phone instead of in person United Airlines president Scott Kirby said new bookings right now are down more than twenty five percent for domestic travel and I'm close to seventy percent on some international routes a drop in demand worse than in the first two months after nine eleven and requiring for the public concern about the virus to get worse before it gets better the silver lining for airlines is a huge drop in fuel prices well the good news for those willing to travel is that airlines are cutting fares to avoid flying half empty planes but that may not do much good in the words of one top delta executive if you're scared of flying you're probably scared at any price David Schaper NPR news Chicago Russian president Vladimir Putin has ended months of speculation over his plans once his current term expires in twenty twenty four as NPR's Lucian Kim reports pope is backing a proposal that could let him stay in power for another sixteen years after Russian lawmaker proposed resetting his term counter zero president Putin himself appeared in the legislature putting said he supported the proposal to let him run again under the condition the Constitutional Court give its seal of approval she couldn't be re elected two more times you'd be eighty three when his next term limit runs out in twenty thirty six and here's Lucy Anne Kim in Moscow this is NPR news the U. N. security council has unanimously approved a resolution backing the US telephonic remain aimed at ending the war in Afghanistan the security council vote came a day after rival Afghan leaders held dueling presidential swearing in ceremonies it also came as the top U. S. commander for the Middle East told the house Armed Services Committee that Taliban attacks are higher than allowed under the deal marine general Frank McKenzie says there should be no full withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan if the situation there continues L. A. Alper says at least ten allegations of inappropriate conduct by Placido Domingo have been substantiated and Pierce understands you seal because has more on the preliminary findings of an independent investigation Placido Domingo was one of the founders of ballet opera in nineteen eighty six today in the summary the company said that independent investigators substantiated ten alleged incidents over thirty three years from the company's founding to last year last October Domingo resigned as the general director valley opera after the Associated Press published accusations made by twenty women at various companies Dominguez representatives declined to comment to NPR after the LA Opper released its summary late last month dealing issued a statement in which he said he was quote truly sorry for the hurt he had caused but a few days later he walked back that apology Anasazi it still because NPR news New York Asian stocks were mixed after Wall Street shares for covered over half the losses from Monday session.
WHO warns of "grave threat" to world as virus deaths top 1,000
"Light the coronavirus operate poses a quote very grave threat for the rest of the world that unsettling morning this morning from the head of the World Health Organization who is appealing this morning for sharing virus samples and speeding up research into drugs and vaccines China's death toll of daily death toll from the vice recess top one hundred for the first time and push the total past one thousand dead thirteen cases now confirmed in the US and we have more on all this now from Jim Roop Michael it was more than forty thousand infected in China but only a fraction of that outside of China the virus is still considered low risk outside of China but World Health Organization general director Dr Ted rose and I'm get Reese says there is still a concern because of growing transmission between people with no travel history to China at all the detection of the small number of cases could be the spark that becomes a bigger fire but for no it's only as part of this small number of cases to what he's referring are the cases in France and the UK tied to a French ski resort a case in Great Britain linked to a previously diagnosed patient there our objective remains containment we call on all countries to use the window of opportunity we have to prevent a bigger fire this speaks to what he calls the bigger question where is the outbreak going but two parts to that question is it getting better is it getting worse a team of research and development experts assembled by the WHL is on the ground and now in Beijing to answer that larger over arching question where is this outbreak going it's a question second only to how to stop it also on the ground in advance the medical team of experts to assemble larger international team doctor tendrils also says diagnostic tests continue to be sent around the world to help the keeping track of the spread without vitamins to capacity countries are in the dark as to how far and wide the virus has spread and who has coronavirus or another disease with similar symptoms Dr Tetro says the WHL has sent the proper diagnostic kits to one hundred sixty eight laps
"general director" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Congressman Adam Schiff of California we know why they don't want John Bolton to testify it's not because we don't really know what happened here they just don't want the American people to hear it and all of its ugly graphic detail a vote on the witness question expected today could lead to an abrupt end of the trial number two the US is advising against all travel to China after the World Health Organization to clear the outbreak of a new virus that is spread to more than a dozen countries a global emergency the number of cases spiked more than tenfold in a week including the highest death toll in a twenty four hour period reported today ten jurors Gabrielle says is a general director of the World Health Organization we don't know what sort of damage this virus could do if it to add to spread in a country with a weaker system we must act now to help countries prepared for that possibility there are now at least two hundred thirteen fidelity is an almost ninety seven hundred people sickened by the virus number three the trump administration is loosening owner Obama you're a ban on certain kinds of land mines in an effort to give the US military another tool on the battlefield the move will partially reversed the ban the US unilaterally instituted in two thousand fourteen it opens up the administration to criticism from human rights groups and others who believe the administration is resorting to dangerous tactics that other countries view as illegal to achieve ends on the battlefield and more proof that Amazon is taking over the world the online retailer says it has more than one hundred fifty million prime members who pay one hundred nineteen dollars a year for faster shipping that's up fifty percent from the last time Amazon disclose the number in two thousand eighteen Amazon's financial results during the busy holiday shopping season were far better than Wall Street analysts expected them to move to rename our planet mercury Venus all ours she he's yeah thank you Jan Haiti is twenty two minutes after the hour on.
"general director" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"One horn Republican senator Lamar Alexander of Tennessee will oppose calling more witnesses and president trump's impeachment trial all but dashing democratic efforts to hear more testimony and boosting oz the Senate will vote to acquit without new testimony yesterday the Q. and a portion of the trial wrapped up trumpet tourney pensive alone the final judgment of acquittal would be the best thing for our country and would stand a great message that will actually help in our separation of powers democratic congressman Adam Schiff of California we know why they don't want John Bolton to testify it's not because we don't really know what happened here they just don't want the American people to hear it and all of its ugly graphic to share of votes on the witness question expected today could lead to an abrupt end of the trial number two the US is advising against all travel to China after the World Health Organization to clear the outbreak of a new virus that is spread to more than a dozen countries a global emergency the number of cases spike to more than ten fold in a week including the highest death toll in a twenty four hour period reported today ten jurors Gabrielle says is a general director of the World Health Organization we don't know what sort of damage this virus could do if you to add to spread in a country with a weaker system we must act now to help countries prepared for that possibility there are now at least two hundred thirteen fidelity is an almost ninety seven hundred people sickened by the virus number three the trump administration is loosening own Obama you're a ban on certain kinds of land mines in an effort to give the US military another tool on the battlefield the move will partially reversed the ban the U. S. unilaterally instituted in two thousand fourteen it opens up the administration to criticism from human rights groups and others who believe the administration is resorting to dangerous tactics that other countries view as illegal to achieve ends on the battlefield and more proof that Amazon is taking over the world the online retailer says it has more than one hundred fifty million that prime members who pay one hundred nineteen dollars a year for faster shipping that's up fifty percent from the last time Amazon does close the number in two thousand eighteen Amazon's financial results during the busy holiday shopping season were far better than Wall Street analysts expected them to move to rename our planet mercury Venus Mars she he's yeah thank you Jan Haiti is twenty two minutes out after the hour on this morning America's first news coming up next how the best to savers among us sock away their money here's our department of public safety has the term that a citizen with a cognitive disability is in danger and is activating a silver alert this activation of the errors on a silver award comes at the request of the Chandler police department police are looking for sixty two year old Augustine Gomez rose Alice he was last seen around twelve thirty yesterday afternoon near Arizona Avenue and ray road he was walking from his home to church was Alice stands five feet seven inches tall weighs one hundred and fifty four pounds he has gray hair and brown eyes he was last seen wearing gray dress pants and a black white gray checkered button down shirt he suffers from dementia and speak Spanish only anyone who sees rose Alice.
"general director" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Get to Iowa to campaign for president trump's been campaigning in Iowa he was there Friday night he told fox is Peter do see he believes some democratic senators will vote to acquit him I got to watch a little bit it's very boring to watch I have to say that is very boring I call it the impeachment hoax and that's what it is it's a hoax it should have never taken place should have never been allowed to happen but I have great confidence a Republican senators and probably some Democrats from what I understand and the Iowa caucuses began on Monday after three meetings the World Health Organization declares China's coronavirus global health emergency the main reason for this declaration is not because of what is happening in China but because of what is happening in other countries general director of WHO's doctor take drugs Gerber jass us and and we have now two hundred and thirteen confirmed dead from the virus service listening to fox news Lara Logan is back the award winning journalist returns with an unflinching look at the border crisis what I care about is one thing the truth and she's taking on the mainstream media tackling the issues that matter to America one story at a time we see this but we don't have to see where they go we don't know what they've been through this together you can see on their faces this is my core these guys are runners they're not going to give themselves up it's all happening yeah yes this is what you're used to okay yes three of those religions that's not the case and we all have families we're here to protect our borders a third country having the freedom to take on tough subjects tell it like it is that what we have a fox nation that's what sets us apart no bias no nonsense Lara Logan has no agenda the must see docu series is available now only on fox nation start your free trial let boxnation dot com W. Y. P. C. mobile news all the level on the go colon cancer proves that even Andretti's are mortal.
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Placido Domingo Resigns as General Director of LA Opera in Wake of Sexual Harassment Investigation
"Opera legend Placido Domingo has announced he was resigning from his role as general director of the LA opera is KCRW's Kaylee wells reports the seventy eight year old superstar has been facing sexual harassment accusations brought by more than a dozen women in a statement to mingle says the accusations have compromised his ability to do his job and that it's in the best interest of the LA opera for him to step down while he continues working to clear his name. more than a dozen women have accused him of unwanted groping throughout his long career those women say they believe in their careers would be threatened if they didn't accept his sexual advances now he's resigning as general director of the LA opera in canceling any future performances he was slated to star in a production next year last week to mingle cancel his performance of Macbeth at new York's Metropolitan Opera the met and performance halls in Dallas San Francisco and Philadelphia have all rescinded their invitations for him to perform the only opera call Domingo's contributions to the region's cultural life quote unprecedented and
Opera star Placido Domingo resigns as general director of LA Opera following sexual harassment allegations
"Offers star Placido Domingo resigns as general director of the LA opera this following sexual harassment allegations he has denied doing anything wrong intentionally in a statement to the LA times Domingo says he will continue to work to clear his name but he says resigning is in the operas best interests the LA opera plans to continue its internal
Placido Domingo Accused of Sexual Misconduct by 11 More Women
"The Associated Press reported this morning that eleven more women have accused opera megastar Placido Domingo of sexual harassment and misconduct this follows accusations from nine other women in an AP report last month NPR's office does it still cost joins us to talk about the allegations had there hi there tells about these newest accusations who has made them and and what exactly do they allege what one woman came for it by name she's a singer Angela Turner Wilson and she alleges that dimming go group to breast backstage at the Washington opera in the fall of nineteen ninety nine she says it happened while they're both having their make up applied and the AP says it corroborated her account with her husband and her parents as well as in journal entries that you wrote at the time but the make up artist told the AP that he didn't remember this incident and he declined further comment and ten other women are also alleging that demand go touch them on wanted Lee persistently asked them for private meetings either in person or on late night phone calls or that he attempted to kiss him but they say they want to remain anonymous because to make us a very powerful and influential person in the opera world he's arguably the field's most bankable star one of the most recognizable names and offer certainly I'm for sure in today's report and the one from last month the AP quotes a number of backstage employees saying there was this kind of unofficial whisper network about Placido Domingo that's right as far back as the nineteen eighties and as recently as two thousand seventeen women try to keep the mango from having any one on one contact with young women even on elevators one woman named Melinda McLean who worked with to mingle at both the alley offer and the Houston grand opera told the AP quote we created these elaborate schemes for keeping him away from particular singers and what has the response been from demand on his team his spokesperson sent a statement to NPR this morning disputing the new accusations sorry she also called today's report quote inaccurate and on. ethical and she says the AP is trying to disparage the singer last month Domingo responded to the nine original accusers by saying he believed quote all of my interactions and relationships were always welcomed and consensual last month both the Philadelphia Orchestra and the San Francisco Opera rescinded invitations for Domingo to perform with them this fall has there been any more fallout now that these new accusations are coming out well the L. A. Harper we're doing those general director has already hired an independent firm to conduct an investigation but this afternoon the Washington national opera and the Kennedy center released a statement saying in part that they appreciated the courage that is taken for the keys is to come forward but that they still have not received any documented complaints about the singer's behavior prior to two thousand eleven when that opera company became affiliated with the Kennedy center but ari a number of European institutions and major opera singers and fans have rallied to support posture to mango since last month and interestingly some of these new accusers today told the AP that this kind of support for dimming go in the opera world is precisely why they've chosen to keep anonymous that's appears on a star here till class thank you
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"They're just trying to protect the brand about the friends of the project was for two minutes with college football celebrating its hundred fiftieth season sports souls Mingo in the Los Angeles opera says it's launching an investigation into sexual misconduct it's in response to an Associated Press story in which numerous women accused to mingle of sexual harassment and inappropriate behavior spanning decades demand goes now seventy eights been general director of the LA opera since two thousand three and previously served as the company's artistic director jobs that gave him power to cast rules and as his accuser saying make or break careers some of the women told the AP that Domingo used his power to try to pressure them into sexual relationships with several saying he dangled jobs and sometimes punish them professionally if they refuse his advances on Tuesday the Philadelphia Orchestra and San Francisco Opera announced they would cancel upcoming performances featuring Domingo regarded as one of the greatest opera singers of all time new York's Metropolitan Opera said it would await the results of LA opera's investigation before making any final decisions he's scheduled to appear there next month the rumors have been confirmed K. pop boy band to be T. S. is taking a break but fans can relax a little bit representative for the group says it'll be brief the rep told the Associated Press that the seven member group will take a quote well deserved vacation it was recently reported BTS would head on an extended hiatus but the rep said that's not the case big hit entertainment's at a concert Sunday in Seoul was the group's last scheduled performance before the group takes vacations for the first time since their twenty thirteen debut however the agency didn't say when the group will start performing again BTS of a huge international following and was the first K. pop act to debut atop the Billboard album chart radio news Dr deep in negative territory the reason bonds the AP soccer.
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"When it comes to terrorism if you see something say something so I'm saying something I am seeing that we have to stop the white nationalism coming out of the White House easily says we need a president who will stand up to the NRA and good common sense gun laws passed president Donald Trump today said quote hate has no place in our country I spoke with a thirty general director of the FBI we're doing a lot of work a lot of people working right now a lot of law enforcement trump says the shooters are mentally ill and that we need to address the mental health problem in the US the shooting is putting the gun control debate front and center again in Washington eight new laws aimed at gun violence took effect last month including promoting safe storage responsible gun ownership in public education there's also a ban on so called ghost guns on traceable are undetectable often homemade gun sometimes three D. printed a man is dead after a shooting early this morning in Tacoma police say they found the thirty six year old man in the street on east forty fourth street near east T. street not far from Lister elementary school medics tried to help him but he died after he got to the hospital detectives are investigating but to come a police is not giving us any more information Seattle police trying to figure out what led up to a shooting that sent a man to the hospital it was a Rainier Avenue south in fifty Seventh Avenue south around to this morning SPD still not saying what led up to that shooting and if they're looking for a gunman we know a man in his fifties was taken to Harborview with gunshot wounds at last check he was in critical condition a sexual assault reported at Edmonds community college late Saturday night has both school in Lynnwood police looking for the suspect the same man was trying to talk to a woman and follow her on to the campus before he attacked her investigators say he's black five eight to five ten with a medium build and that he carried a black backpack and wore a baseball cap they are still trying to find him several investigations under way after four motorcyclist died in crashes.
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"And if you're talking about the program online, please do use the hashtag Davis arts our. I'm on the way to meet good that teast. She's a revered expert by diversity and cultural commentator who speaks about gender and society is transgender. She works at a very impressive sounding scientific institution that she is. Now, I am the general director of the Humboldt institute with is the national research facility for by the word city on ecosystem services in Columbia. You are an expert in by city that's the variety of plant and animal life on the planet, but is Columbia a particularly bio-diverse country used to consider our country as the most by diverse country world sometime this that with Brazil but seven times bigger than Columbia. So we have the highest concentration of species in the world and much of the fighting. That's taken place in Columbia over the last fifty years has been in rural areas, so what sort of factors that had on wildlife hair? It's a kind are Nairobi the rain wartimes in conflict, many regions of Colombia were not accessible to people under for the became protected by default. But of course, when there's conflict around your cannot make decisions about. Anything related do not resources or what life management or officials? So then it shifted very much the capacity of the government and institutions really reserve or manage animals and plants of certain regions and this ended in a very bad situation when the conflict started to stop we lacked capacities and lacked institutions to really cover up the places where left by the conflict in temps is bio-diversity. Bridget. What would you say is the most pressing concern in Columbia to thinks one is deforestation mostly in the Amazon rainforest, we are very worried about more than one hundred thousand acres of forest last year. And then we have pollution on illegal gold mining, and this is really really bad for rivers and wetlands, and and this is a huge program, and you have been living as trans women in Columbia for twenty won't the environment for transgender people like in Colombia, it's becoming much better Columbia has very Vance constitution in terms of rights for the TV people on it. Allows sex change just by pronouncing it I kind of go to any judge and claim my felt sex on gender. And then the state has to duty to support me in terms of legal advice and process. Everything goes, well, very well, say in terms rights are equal. But of course, there's the culture sometimes discrimination is very hard. It occasion is very complex because of Catholic country on public education is not really split from the church on. So we need to improve all the culture conditions for a healthy and diverse sexual community. What would you say is the best thing about hay Cartagena? As a festival, I'm a biologist for me super -tunities to talk with. People that are writers artists people are very influential in the way, Colombian culture is being redeveloped or promote it and science always myths that source of inquiries, I really come back to to my job in the publicity, plenty of ideas. And also to learn how to communicate better science. We need good ways to tell stories..
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"Fill the sky last year its economy grew by seventeen percent, more than any other city in Vietnam. If there's a clear winner of the US China trade war, it's high phone Hans Kirstin works for deep sea a Belgian company developing the city's port. He says the companies that are leaving China. This is where the rebuilding and most of the time you see a decision time between one and two years last year. A lot of the companies that we signs the decision was much shorter. We had one company coming in in the evening signing in in the morning. What was the Chinese company had never seen before? And it's not only the trade war drying supply chains from China the electricity price in Vietnam is half that of China's and if companies relocate to Haiphong, they pay a fraction of the taxes government incentives mean the average tax over a company's. I two decades is around four percent. The port city's location is also important says deep seas general director, Bruno Jasper high phone is for teaching the NGO politically very well. Located the South China Sea is heavily contested in the borderland. Where do you don't have issues? He's about here that wasn't always the case haifong sport which empties into the Gulf of Tonkin was heavily bombed in the Vietnam war Jasper says when they were building the deep water port. They had to blow up portions of the seabed to detonate unexploded bombs buried in the sand. The flood of ex-pats into high can be seen and heard at the city's only international school principal. John mud. Native of Montana went.
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"A path to do just that this is the soundtrack to the port city of Haiphong population. Two million in the past few years Haiphong has built an expressway to the capital Hanoi one to China an airport and a deep water port cranes building five-star hotels, fill the sky last year. It's Konami grew by seventeen percent more than any other city in Vietnam. If there's a clear winner of the U S, China trade war. It's high phone Hans Kirsten's works for deep sea a Belgian company developing the city's port. He says the companies that are leaving China. This is where the rebuilding and most of the time. We see a decision time between one and two years last year. A lot of the companies that we signs the decision time was much shorter. We had one company coming in in the evening signing in in the morning. Was a Chinese company. We had never seen before. And it's not only the trade war drying supply chains from China. The electricity price in Vietnam is half that of China's and if companies relocate to Haiphong they pay a fraction of the taxes government incentives mean the average tax over a company's. I two decades is around four percent. The port city's location is also important says deep says general director, Bruno Jasper high phone is strategically and geopolitically very well located the South China Sea is have we come dusted and the borderland where do you have issues? He's about here that wasn't always the case high funk port, which is into the Gulf of Tonkin was heavily bombed in the Vietnam war Jasper says when they were building the deep water port. They had to blow up portions of the seabed to detonate unexploded bombs.