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U.S. defense secretary to visit Israel, Germany, NATO headquarters, UK
"An overseas trip. Defense Secretary Lloyd Ass is meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the nation's defense minister to discuss and reaffirmed America's commitment to the US Israel strategic Partnership. In Germany. Secretary Austin will meet with counterparts to talk about combating the malign influence of shared strategic rival Meetings were also planned with the United Nations secretary general in Brussels and with defense officials in the U. K. Rachel Sutherland, Fox News, Everyone 16 and older in D. C
Scammers are selling fake COVID-19 vaccination cards online
"It's probably not a surprise, but there's a problem emerging with phony Cove in 19 vaccination cards. Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson is joining an effort to support an FBI investigation into online retailers and individuals selling fake vaccination cards and posts encouraging people to print their own cards at
Australia and Greece Recommend Alternative Vaccines for Young People
"Australia and greece are the latest countries to recommend alternatives to the astra zeneca cova vaccine for young people after researchers found more rare but potentially fatal blood clots linked to the vaccine. European officials have identified roughly two hundred clots among a million people who shaved astra zeneca shots in europe in the uk. Npr's jason bogosian has been following the story and he joins us now for an update. Good morning good morning jason Some of the new research was published. Just yesterday what does it say what. We still don't know exactly what's happening in these patients. The papers in the new england journal of medicine. They look at sixteen cases in norway. Germany and austria. And here's what they found. The symptoms begin about a week to fourteen days. After the immune ization patients started out with these really severe headaches. Muscle aches swelling. Nine of the sixteen died and most of them were young women in their twenties and thirties. Yikes do you know why. At this point it's too early to tell why predominance among women it may be due to the fact that norway was using astrazeneca for healthcare workers who lean towards predominantly women and using pfizer to vaccinate. It's older populations that might have things bit. Initially european regulators said the rates of this calling disorder. Were no higher than what you'd see in the general population. But they've changed that now they're saying yes it does appear that in roughly one in a hundred thousand people vaccinated with astra zeneca. This serious side. Effect could occur. We should note that the astra zeneca vaccine is not authorized yet here in the united states correct but our other countries with this new information. Still gonna use it. Well some are switching. How they're using it. They're offering alternatives to the younger people and trying to use astrazeneca more with older groups up but many countries really don't have a choice. Astra zeneca is the vaccine. Much of the world is banking on
GM cutting overtime shifts at two U.S. truck plants due to chip shortage
"Forcing General Motors to reduce overtime shifts at two assembly plants. The cuts will affect Flint, Michigan and Fort Wayne Indiana plants, which produce a variety of pick up models from the Chevy and GMC brands. A total of three overtime shifts between both facilities will be removed this weekend. I'm Brian shook
Restaurant owners across Chicago struggling to hire back employees
"Enough applicants to fill new job openings. Your drug. Nestor is general manager at Corcoran's Grilling pub in the city's Old Town neighborhood. I have so many different ads out and if I get if I put up 20 different things Have one person that will respond to me one person, maybe two. And maybe one of those people will show up Fernando View and you don't have kitchen staff have to have my food runners. My Buster's bartenders, servers hospitality employment website, culinary agents dot com reports a 100% jump in restaurant job postings with a 50% drop. And applicants from pre pandemic levels. The restaurants had their bills that they needed to pay on DNO. Now we have to try and make it as enticing for people as possible for them to come and work for us. With very limited resource is. Restaurant owners say some former employees are still waiting to get a covert 19 vaccine. Other owners say they wonder if people are choosing to stay on unemployment. One off Hospitality is an industry recruiter, Its CEO Karen Brown, particularly we're finding back of house positions. Very challenging, defined line cooks, prep cooks sews and chefs overall are incredibly scarce right now. Northbrook based Lou Malnati is
Chip shortage forces more production cuts by GM, Ford
"Plants across North America are on pause as companies like General Motors and Ford deal with ongoing shortages of computer chips and other supplies. MPR's Camilla Domino Ski has been following the story and joins us now. Hey, Camilla! I also so what exactly is the problem facing these plants? All the single biggest problem is a shortage of computer chips. The companies that make semiconductors just couldn't keep pace with how quickly demand for cars came back from pandemic clothes. And there are AH lot of computer chips in modern cars. They're tucked in everything from engines to the seats. That's how they can tell if you're sitting in them. So you now have plants shutting down for days to weeks. General Motors just announced to more plants that are going on pause. Ford has four down right now and even plants that are still open. You know, most major automakers have had to cut production somewhere. Wow. Well, So
Biden executive order to create Supreme Court commission
"President biden sets up a commission to consider changes to the us. Supreme court executive order creates a presidential commission on the supreme court fulfils a campaign pledge by president biden. The study controversial reforms like expanding the number of justices are setting term limits. A bipartisan panel chaired by a former white house counsel and a former deputy assistant attorney general and made up of law professors and former justice department officials will hold public meetings in complete. Its report within six months of its first meeting jared
George P. Bush considering running for Texas attorney general
"Land Commissioner George P. Bush has previously hinted at a run against Attorney General Ken Paxton. This week. He was leaning in to that a bit further. What do you have to say? Yeah, I think it's notable here is how much he was, As you said, leaning into it. He's made clear for a while now that he may run for another statewide office and 2022, but in some media appearances this week, including with the radio host and Dallas, Mark Davis, Hey, said that he was quote seriously considering running for attorney general. And then he kind of laid out the case against packs and how he would run against Paxton. And, you know, he said that the top law enforcement official in Texas needs to quote Be above reproach. He also made clear that he wouldn't try to challenge packs unnecessarily from the right or try to question his support for Donald Trump or anything like that, he said that this would be about Putting, you know, under scrutiny. How Paxton has run his office as I'm sure your listeners know he's under FBI investigation now for these claims that he abused his office to benefit a wealthy donor, and you've seen a number of High ranking members of his team in his office leave as they've blown the whistle on
Interview With Arthur Breitman Of Tezos Foundation
"I welcome back to reimagine in january. Twenty twenty one years until we made it through two thousand twenty guys good works everyone's and so in keeping witness teams of this year. I've crusty old and bring you the best most intelligent most important most influential voices in the space today. I suddenly live up to that. Promise being joined by author. Brightman co fan of tesla's in one of the romanovs crypto founders and things in the space of the best performers exempt. Today's hey thanks for having absolute pleasure all right. I like to kick things off at the start of a year. A theoretically depending on how you count a decade in some people's minds is a good time to be speculative but also a little bit introspective apps. So honest conversation by asking. You all know you know what e general what's keeping you nuts caffeine mostly and beyond the chemical chemical duchesne's now i pretty well but I would say. I worry about could be crisis On the one hand we have a vaccine which was built in just a couple of days with no live simple as virus just data on the internet and nasa triumph of science medicine. And once you would have expected. In a sane world is challenged and media distribution and themselves that there's been an approval process going on since every and even then even after old awaits the distribution is completely screwed up and i think it's kind of like peelings. Avail on our halloween. Effective garments can Doing anything
Florida sues CDC, demanding cruise ships be allowed to sail immediately
"The lawsuit has begun with the support of florida governor. Onto santa's florida attorney general ashley moody announced thursday morning that she had filed a lawsuit debating that the centers for disease control lift be conditional sale order for the cruise lines. We have filed suit this morning. Just before meeting with you here today against the administration. Hhs and the cdc florida governor to scientists later compared the crew situation to that faced by one florida's other big businesses theme parks in both cases. He said they have every right to make sure guests have a safe and enjoyable trip. All these other places have been cruising. That's work they've been able to do it well. But here's the thing if you're worried about americans and you think you should make the decisions for them. They're still going to cruise if they want to. They're just gonna cruise off a different coast for now if us residents wanted to take a cruise vacation this summer. They can fly to nassau bahamas. Bermuda saint martin or cyprus europe cruise lines have made no official comment on the
Biden Administration Halts Sale Of National Archives In Seattle
"The buildings sale. Washington State's attorney general took a series of actions challenging the decision making process behind the sale. It's uncommon upon our congressional delegation to find the resource is to get the building in the shape it needs to be in or find a new facility that could house these records. That is the ultimate victory, but this is a big step along the way car radios, resident historian Felix Banel helped raise awareness Of the plan to actually move the regional records to other states far away when it was announced last year. Whether we've got partly cloudy skies overnight lows down around
Talking Customer Experience With Daniel Ord
"Get everyone. Thanks for joining me. On the central podcast. My name is justin tip now as you know. Get to talk to some fantastic people across the world but one of the regular people that i talked to who is on the show. A lot is because we have some fantastic conversations in this guy. He knows much everything that needs to be nine about contacts in his. Ncaa is of course the wonderful. Mr daniel welcome daniel. Nice to see you again. I ride we talk a lot but not always at so. It's great to have you back on the on the show. So if you're listening on the podcast thanks for tuning into the six podcast. Of course this is also available as a video now. So you'll find on youtube channel and sake central or anywhere on the central website as well daniel tonight. We're going to talk about one of the topics that we've touched on in the past and it's something that we run courses on and that he's all about customer experience off now we have been running a course for awhile now. It's out fundamentals program. It's a four day course effectively and it helps people prepare for the x. Pay certification if they wanted to that or if they just want to learn more about See in general but we've also got a new course coming out at six because we realized that ford is is a big commitment for a lot of people. Don't need all that stuff. So i'm going to throw to you because what we wanna do and share it on this podcast. All the learnings way we're seeing and hearing in cx. And i want to start digging into those courses. Because by running the courses we get grinding sought right. So what are your what you think. Some of the biggest linings ghat. Maybe that what surprised you or maybe it didn't surprise you at of running all these courses over the last twelve months also. It's it's a great question. Just i think you kind of answered it when you said that stuff because i think when people forget about. Cx may not know about cx. It's really a collection of discipline. Since a collection of sets of expertise. And the way i think of it is an intimate. Like a circus tat. So if you went into an old fashioned circus over here you'd see the lion tamer the reigning over here. You'd see the clouds riding around. Maybe over here a fortune teller telling fortunes and then you have all the different auditees and people with different talents. And i think at that. Big circus tennessee assets and then under the big top. You have all these different specialties. So you got. I mean voice of customer alone is a significant requires a significant said know how. Nps for example. If you're nps purpose person analytics the culture employee relations all this
GM to Halt Production at Plants Due to Chip Shortage
"As a semiconductor chip shortage drags on. General Motors says it will need to temporarily idle or extend shutdowns at several North American production plants. Semiconductors are key components used in, among other things, vehicle's infotainment, power steering and braking systems, Although it says closure related cause have already been factored into the automakers. Earnings forecast for this year. Shares of GM are down
Biden looks to curb gun violence 'epidemic'
"President Biden is taking his first steps toward addressing what he calls an epidemic of gun violence in the U. S. Biden was joined in the White House Rose Garden today by Vice President Kamila Harris and Attorney General Merrick Garland as he outlined the Syriza of executive actions to curb gun violence. He says One of them would ban the use of so called ghost guns. These air guns that are homemade. Built from a kid and include directions and how to finish the firearm. You go by the kid. They had no serial numbers. So when they show up at a crime scene, they can't be traced. The buyers aren't required to pass a background check to buy the kid to make the gun. Another executive action would tight in restrictions on accessories that could be used to make pistols operate more like
Washington, D.C. leaders speak out after woman is restrained on Metro platform
"A video showed multiple metro transit police officers restraining a woman who had a bloody lip. She was on the Metro platform leading the one that stopped now witness at the scene told officers that a man had brandished a knife when that woman wouldn't move away from him Metro Transit officers approach. The woman after police say she was behaving erratically and screaming at other writers. She was taken to a hospital to receive mental health services. Police say the woman was restrained after she assaulted an officer Saturday night at the gallery Place Chinatown Metro Station. A man involved was arrested on a charge of possession of a prohibited weapon. Virginia's attorney general, Mark Herring, and the
Hong Kong Tries to Soothe the Rich With a Big Tax Break
"Talk business and tax breaks now because it's something being discussed in Hong Kong by officials who are hoping these maybe a sweetness to help attract the best investors and joining us Is our business correspondent Andrea would and you tell us a bit more about these tax breaks and what exactly they're planning. Well, this being this, you know, Hong Kong has had a lot of political turmoil. Over the past two years, the Beijing has imposed the national security law on Hong Kong to try and quell that And its circuit, Bt's made Hong Kong perhaps a less attractive place to live a Zoricic olt. Hong Kong officials now seem to be talking about trying to encourage businesses. Especially in finance to stay in the city rather than go to its old rival Singapore or other cities in the region. Some of the key things we're waiting for more details, but one of the key things is helping private equity investors. There's a thing where the people of the the center of private Equity Investments, the general partners, These are people who actually run the fund. They could get paid Some of the way that they make their money is through a technique known as carried interest. Now this is always very controversial about whether it should be taxed or not. Anyway, Hong Kong seems to be prepared to give concessions so that private equity investors Don't have to pay this thing's tax. And then there's other incentives around as well to make it easier for companies that are based in Hong home to access it rich people on the mainland off China and try and near look after their wealth management needs. Do they really think that these businesses are going to be swayed or would by this is that he given the kind of level of of disquiet there's been even in business circles as to the political turmoil. Well. Traditionally, Hong Kong has bean quite in a political place. And cynics say that you're basically as long as you can make money. People are going to stay in Hong Kong. I mean, it started off as a free port, you know, back in Victorian times under the British, and it's always being very hasn't had much in the way of regulations is being very great. It should be in a great place for entrepreneurs. Make money. So I think this perhaps a rather cynical view here is that the big finance companies if you let them make more money by reducing their taxes, and so on, they are going to stay in her in Hong Kong. On that people are going to they may well have foreigners may well have political views, but they're not political activists. You know it's not their country, so the theory is that companies will stay here if they can make If they can make bigger profits.
Ex-Northeastern track coach charged with nude photo scheme
"General. Ah, former Northeastern track and field coach is under arrest in Chicago WBC's Karen Regal tells us he's accused of tricking students into sending him compromising photos. Former Northeastern track and field coach Steve Wait was picked up in Chicago, accused of using fake social media accounts to try and get female students to send him nude or partially nude photos themselves. Here's how the feds say the scheme worked with would reach out to students allegedly starting at Northeastern and say he had seen such pictures online and offered to help get those pictures off line. He said he needed similar pictures for a reverse image search at Northeastern and other institutions He allegedly used fake Internet handles like privacy protector. Federal investigators also alleges. Cyber stalked one Northeastern student athlete. Court paperwork reveals wife allegedly searched online for answers to questions like Can anyone trace my fake instagram
Astrazeneca Vaccine Trial Paused Amid Fear of Blood Clots
"It was a nuisance now. It's a story that threatens to undermine the uk successful vaccination drive rare but still lingering risk of blood clots recipients of the oxford astrazeneca jab. We're joined for more on this by mortals health and science correspondent cambridge university religious. Dr christmas to discuss the story which just doesn't seem to go away. Chris often thanks for being with us as always. Just tell us first of all. So why exactly has this. Trial been posed. The story begins in the last month or so. When a number of countries documented an association between a rare form of blood clotting and specifically the cerebral venous sinus thrombosis. These these are the particular blood vessels that you have inside your head that drained out to the brain and they do rarely form blood. Clots this happens to about fifteen people in every million in the population in general and often. It's more common in younger people and more common in younger women but what was noticed was there appeared to be a handful of people who had just had astrazeneca's vaccine and presented with this problem and in the uk when our regulator the nhra has looked out of about twenty million doses. That have been administered. If that vaccine there are about thirty people who have presented with blood clots in their heads about seven people have passed away and those people are chiefly young people and for that reason. The trial was going on at the moment in order to test. The effectiveness of astrazeneca's vaccine in young children has been paused in order to appraise this. Because what we don't know yet. Is this a causal relationship or is it just down to chance. Is it an association. It's got nothing to do with the vaccine. It's just been picked up in these people if they do establish causation. That point though then have to work a why it's happening
"general public" Discussed on Radio Boston
"Were packed every night. Clubs repacked overnight places. You could listing places. You could get your hair done and your nails done all sorts of things right but it was all in this parallel existence because in speaking to My family members and relatives about stories from the from growing up in the forties fifties. You had the really pack your car and think a systematically but how are you going to get from point a. to point b safely so bringing pots and pans. Because you never knew if someone was can allow you to use the restroom packing food because you weren't sure where and if restaurants would allow you to eat so this book really trying to to give black americans away to to navigate that reality and then you insert right you insert in these pages. I missed the first time. I went through the book the first time just looking through it and then the second time i cross referenced every page with the citations that you have at the end of the book and in doing that. I noticed the inserts that you had put into some of the green book pages. So i'm page sixty nine. You subtly insert a quote. Please don't tell me my boyfriend went just like that. In that of course is diamond. Reynolds the girlfriend of philander casteel. Who was fatally shot when pulled over in his automobile. What made you decide to present that information and that emotion in that way. I think what i really wanted to do with this project was to create this emotionally resonant precious experience that showed the scars of trauma systemic oppression and racism have been inflicting on the ways of black americans really from the beginning of our country's history. And the way i went about doing that was using this artifact the green book and then overlaying it with basically a history of the black american experience on the road. Obviously it's not completely comprehensive. But it's constructed from old family photos from family albums. It's constructed of images from the library of congress images of klux klan members. It has contemporary photographs of people who've been harassed and profiled while driving black and also screenshots and images from social media and the way that violence against black americans has been mediated in the last ten or fifteen years. And so i think by creating this through line which is the green book as the backdrop and and showing how this issue has really been going on for almost one hundred years and unfortunately hasn't really changed maybe. The methodology of the intimidation and violence has changed but the systemic oppression has not changed. I was struck earlier this year. We did a segment here on radio. Boston on the resurgence of the black horror genre And we talked about lovecraft country which delves into the history of sundown towns and you have multiple archival images of hand painted signs warning black people to leave town before the sun sets. Do you see this work. Not only as your own exploration but as part of a larger body of expression in critical analysis that were going through as a community in society. Now yeah definitely. I would say so. I'm glad you mentioned the sundown towns because everyone knows about these but these towns not just in southern america but you know even here in massachusetts where black people were not allowed to be the sun went down and they were chased out. Or you know Assaulted if they were to be there after dark..
"general public" Discussed on Radio Boston
"Fit radio boston. i'm john deering. And finally we have some clarity april nineteenth patriots day the general public will become eligible to be vaccinated ear in the commonwealth that is governor baker earlier today delivering the news that so many across the state have been waiting for an essential workers. Those aged sixty or over are eligible starting march twenty second u. our senior statehouse reporter. Steve brown was there. Today joins us. Now welcome back steve. Thanks so for our hungry listeners. There's a whole series of dates. Lay it out for us. What news did you deliver. Okay get ready to circle some dates on your calendar. Starting this coming monday. That's march twenty. Second everyone's sixty years or older is eligible for the vaccine also in that group qualified. Essential workers think grocery store employees transit workers and the like they're all eligible. That's as of march twenty second fast forward two weeks monday april fifth that will be open people fifty five and older as well as anyone who has one qualified medical condition and finally two weeks after that as we just heard the governor say in the the opening bite their april nineteenth patriots day everyone in massachusetts above the age of sixteen is eligible to be vaccinated regardless of age job or medical condition. So this feels like good news steve. You have covered these pressures more than a year now throughout this pandemic was the vibe. Different today You know here in this news and with the baker team presenting it. Sure the definitely was a change in tone remember. The past couple of weeks folks competed for a limited number of vaccines. The governor was really frustrated with the feds because there was no indication that the state see increases in its weekly allotment. He seemed more mystic following a conference call yesterday when the feds indicated vaccine production is ramping up and because of that he feels they can out safely. Put out this schedule of when people will become eligible. All right you just made reference to the fact that people were competing for a limited number of vaccines so we know already hard to get appointments. Can the state handle the kind of increased demand. That's gonna come with opening this up to everyone over the age of sixteen in massachusetts. They seem to think that they can't so long as the number of vaccines keeps increasing The governor said all along the infrastructure for giving out. The shots is there. They're over two hundred places around the state where you can go get the vaccine It was just the lack of an adequate supply to meet the demand that was out there that that created the the logjam. We've had for the past month or so. Although i do want to note it's it's not as if supply has quadrupled from last week to this week. We are still in a limited phase right. Sure they're ramping it up Just a quick Back of the envelope count That i saw this about thirty five thousand more first doses this week over over last week. So that's considerable thirty five thousand people. It's it's more than the number of people that live in my town and to that point steve do we know. Did you hear anything about how long it could take to get vaccines to everyone who wants one..
"general public" Discussed on This Day in History Class
"Welcome back to this day in history class where we reveal a new piece of history every day. The day was february. Twenty six nine thousand nine hundred. Seventeen a five-man ensemble called the dixieland jazz van. That's jazz with two s.'s. Recorded two songs in the new york city recording studios of the victor talking machine company the band members in the original dixieland jazz band were coordinated. Nikola raka clarinetist. Larry shields trump bonus eddie edwards drummer. Tony spar borrow and pianist. Henry ruggs in the two songs were livery stable. Blues in. Dixie jazz one. Step the first commercial jazz recordings ever see jazz. Had been evolving for years before these songs were recorded. Jazz traces its origins to african american communities in the american south and new orleans in the early twentieth century and it has roots in ragtime and blues new orleans especially was a soupy mix of people of many different ethnicities in jazz was influenced by african rhythms african american musical traditions and european music. Improvisation colin response and syncopated. Rhythms are important features of jazz but there are just some of minnie. The thing about jazz is that is hard to pin down the kind of music that fall under the umbrella. Jazz are vast in jazz is nearly impossible to define as a musical genre. So as you could imagine the task of awarding the honor of i jazz recording to anyone is dangerous territory. Here's how the original dixieland jazz band or od. J. won the title after some members which ups band name changes a move from chicago to new york and a considerable rise and attention. Oh dj got residence at reisenweber's cafe in new york and they had been drawing sizeable crowds. So the victor talking machine company offered to record them and they recorded livery stable blues. In dixie jazz one step two songs marketed as novelty livery stable blues even had animal like sound fix but the songs were energetic brash in new and they caught on while oh dj be gained even more popularity. The recordings released was announced in the may nineteen seventeen issue of victor supplement which listed newly released recordings. There's a picture of the band in the announcement accompanied by the following copy. The jazzman is the very latest thing in the development and music. It has sufficient power and penetration to inject life into a money and we'll keep ordinary human dancers on their feet till breakfast time livery stable blues in particular we recommend because on the principle that like yours like this particular variety will be a positive cure for the common or garden type of blues the recording sold well even though both songs faced legal issues later in some people look back on the songs as tacky lacking technical skill in too closely associated with minstrel others. Note the band merits either way. The original dixieland jazz band. Success helped spur a jazz craze in lead to jazz spreading widely hand developing quickly. The band was reportedly the first to use the word jazz in its name and they helped bring jazz to enter national audience. The members of the original dixieland jazz band were all white unlike so many other early jazz musicians and many of the musicians that inspired od. Considering the racially mixed. Roots of jazz is not that off the wall for the first commercial jazz recordings to be attributed to an all white band that said record companies didn't pay too much attention to black musicians at the time despite the notable integration in new orleans so when record companies began taking serious notice of jazz in the nineteen ten's it makes sense that they would turn to a white band. Some critics don't fill the need to label. Oh djba songs. The first jazz recordings as jazz doesn't have a definitive starting point. There had been recordings before that that were well on their way to jazz like the versatile fours recording of composer and bandleader wilbur. Sweatman down home rag in the od. J. b. wasn't really improvising in the recording the recording still marked a turning point in jazz history as it incited a surge in commercial jazz recordings in introduced the world of jazz too many more people. I'm eve's jeffcoat in. Hopefully you know a little more about history today than you did yesterday. And i wanted to know a few things here. According to legend the victor talking machine company offered musician freddie captured a recording before it offered one to the original dixieland jazz band but kept her turned it down. Maybe because he didn't want to be copied or because he wouldn't be paid also in the nineteen fifties band member. Nikola rocco went on to make self aggrandizing claims that he invented jazz solely and he made statements about how white people were making jazz before black. People were in another thing is the band later replaced the two s.'s in the word jazz in their name with two z's in the early days of jazz the word jazz had all kinds of variations in spilling like one s. Tuesay's i have a lot more notes about jazz but we'll save that for later date. If you have any burning questions or comments to tell us you can find us on twitter. Instagram and facebook at t d. h fee. 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"general public" Discussed on 710 WOR
"In the morning, And then we can get out of this mess. Justus quickly if it arrived, so that would be my best advice. Looking a lot better by this time tomorrow. The great advice meteorologist Mark Thibodeau. Thank you. We'll speak again at 11 30 are other major story An alleged Al Qaeda affiliate pleaded not guilty in a New York City courtroom today on charges of trying to stage a 9 11 like terror attack. A. B. C S Chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas, with details on the suspect was secretly flown to the U. S overnight Tuesday for the quarter appearance, according to the FBI, Culo Abdi Abdullah, a 30 year old Kenyan attendant flight school for two years in the Philippines, completing test to get a pilot's license and was in the process of trying to obtain a visa to come to the United States. An indictment alleges Abdullah research jihadist propaganda about Al Qaeda's attacks on 9 11 how to breach a cockpit door from the outside and information about the tallest building in a major U. S. City. Authorities will not say which buildings or which cities were being targeted. Governor Cuomo reporting the state could enter into phase two of its Corona virus vaccine planned by late January. Right now, health care workers and nursing home residents are being vaccinated all as part of phase one. We will then move to face, too. Face to our essential workers and priority general public was priority. General Public general public who have underlying health conditions, etcetera Governor notes that officials have set up the website vaccinate New York to answer residents questions on timelines and where the shot will be available. New York is setting up a regional vaccine center as well through hospitals..
"general public" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The general public on Friday between now and then just use the password jungle are coming up next segment I've got a seven year NFL vet and a quarterback consultant the best in the business Jordan Palmer he's coming up in about fifteen minutes also we continue to get ready for the NFL draft we have another draft prospect coming up Gerrick brown in our number one former defensive tackle from Auburn second hour Kevin aioli is back to talk about the fight Saturday night in Vegas in fact that's why I wanna start right now again if you want to call the program do what you have your phone number he has been roughly thirty six hours since Tyson fury did what he did on Saturday night and frankly I still cannot believe it there are a lot of different ways that fight could have gone but I'm not sure anybody saw it going the way it actually did the wait actually went was with Tyson fury dominating every single second from the ring walk on the throne to the victory song in the ring it was a massive performance an incredible performance he didn't just beat Deontay Wilder he dominated him he dominated the night he dominated the weekend and he put himself on top of his sport they knew something was about to happen when Tyson fury turned his ring walk into a rain ride sitting on a throne in red robe and a gold crown was singing Patsy Cline's crazy he has decided to be I'm.
"general public" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The general public I had no idea yeah they knew that there was a missile base out here I had no idea that we had nuclear weapons out here and that we were not allowed to disclose it we had we had to keep mom now we can talk about it and he does he gives tors of the well preserved site just over an hour by car from New York City alongside other veterans of the program like Bob Dole lander he was a radar operator stationed at fort Tilden and the New York City borough of queens Bob explained to me what the Nike missiles were intended to stop rushes to you ninety five bear bomber traveled between probably four hundred five hundred miles an hour driving around forty thousand fifty thousand feet carry two hundred megaton nuclear weapons that aircraft still flies today as for its route during the Cold War they would fly over come down the coast going to the Gulf of Mexico and then turn around and go back out and fire to Russia or they would re fuel in Cuba it also fly up and down the west coast bill Jackson says they were sometimes nosy these bombers flying up and down the east and west coast United States they would occasionally turn start to come in there were tickling our defenses that fly in for maybe five ten minutes from round fly back out there's a three pronged line of defense for dealing with those bombers the first was scrambling strategic fighter jets the airforce that had a supersonic missile called the beau mark but if both of those methods were not successful it was up to the Nike missiles we're aware slime after us reason Sir was that women and children with rocks and sticks and stuff so how did these missiles work bill and Bob showed me the first Nike missile was the Ajax there were forty of them here at fort Hancock it was a two stage missile contained a high explosive warhead at a range of about thirty five miles but that had its limitations so the army upgraded to the Nike Hercules missile that was capable of carrying a high explosive warhead or different kinds of nuclear weapons the smallest warhead heavy yield of two kilotons.
"general public" Discussed on WTVN
"General public I had no idea yeah they knew that there was a missile base out here I had no idea that we had nuclear weapons out here and that we were not allowed to disclose it we had we had to keep mom that we can talk about it and he does he gives tors of the well preserved site just over an hour by car from New York City alongside other veterans of the program like Bob ball land he was a radar operator stationed at fort Tilden and the New York City borough of queens Bob explained to me what the Nike missiles were intended to stop rushes to you ninety five bear bomber travel between probably four hundred five hundred miles an hour travel around forty thousand fifty thousand feet carry two hundred megaton nuclear weapons that aircraft still flies today as for its route during the Cold War they would fly over come down the coast going to the Gulf of Mexico and then turn around and go back out and fire to Russia or they would re fuel in Cuba it also fly up and down the west coast bill Jackson says they were sometimes nosy these bombers flying up and down the east and west coast United States they would occasionally turn start to come in there were tickling our defense and fly in for maybe five ten minutes from around fly back out there's a three pronged line of defense for dealing with those bombers the first was scrambling strategic fighter jets the airforce that had a supersonic missile called the beau mark but if both of those methods were not successful it was up to the Nike missiles we're aware slime after us reason Sir was that women and children with rocks and sticks and stuff so how did these missiles work bill and Bob showed me the first Nike missile was the Ajax there were forty of them here at fort Hancock it was a two stage missile contained a high explosive warhead at a range of about thirty five miles but that had its limitations so the army upgraded to the Nike Hercules missile that was capable of carrying a high explosive warhead or different kinds of nuclear weapons the smallest war had had a yield of two kilotons.
"general public" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
"They don't let the general public know that they also felt big that I know it's tobacco man come on. You know, I can't recommend tobacco stocks. I just can't do it. I feel similarly about jewel at just can't life's too short. Sorry to many people. My life guy stuff. Let's go to build Pennsylvania Bill. Hi, Jim what's going on Bill watching you and listening to you since it should have been, Kramer, and Kudlow? Oh, no. I lost the coin flip. That's why I was Kudlow and Kramer. But don't head recently. I bought some till Ray. As an invest, but not as a trade. Now. I don't care me that ownership structures all messed up. You gotta get ten p with a greater ownership structure. Bruce Lynn, though at the mail and and build new ones with constellation Britain. That's the one I want. I'm so I know if sins or buts, I'm not done. I wanna take four in Texas bar. Bar. What's up? Gam save ES drugs. I think has stood the test of time. I thought that last quarter was good. I liked what they're doing with that. I know that right now single payer's vote. I know that people think Larry Merlo is picking up when they can do I have to tell you. I think CVS at these prices is a bargain, let's go to col- and Texas Paul Mulia, Jim blah, his mind stock by the Timken company. My talk Kim represents the best of American manufacturing. That's why we went out there ball bearings position instruments. That's the kind of thing that we make better than anyone else in the world end that lady jumps inclusion other. Mike big round is sponsored by TD Ameritrade..
"general public" Discussed on The Changelog
"If you want to describe it, right? But I guess what I'm trying to get as like, you know, the bad rap or the reputation so to speak of crypto markets at large as their talked about on scene in money or other, you know, CNBC money all these different. You know, Bloomberg whatever like there's some sort of like up and down of that market, and there's some sort of like lack of awareness to the general public in that impact clearly does it impacts brave. I, but I mean to be a publisher and to be saying add publisher, or whatever you have to have some confidence in the thing in when that confidence is constantly waning because of the crypto markets, which is just kind of a weird market generally in a lot of insider speak. It's just hard to put the confidence in. Yeah. From a publisher perspective. It's kind of an easy by just because we do allow the mother to floated publishers that aren't signed up yet. The so it's like for some of our bigger publishers to getting figure payments. So it's it's not that hard of a salad say like you have. Something thousand dollars waiting for you, go clipped it. Yeah. Becomes a little bit easier at that point in your. Hey, people say that. More dollars. The other thing to put in there. And I agree that there's a there's either like a foam, oh or Jomo, which is the joy of the stigma on the markets to paint on whether they're bowls are bears. And so we're in a major bear market. And so it's like oh that thing but just like the brave team didn't need to speculate. Right. Like, they ICO. They got a bunch of ether. And then they sold at their immediately. Most of it for cash for Fiat money. You can do the same thing as a publisher like everytime back comes into your account. Whether it's worth, two cents or two bucks. You can just take the two cents or two bucks today. You don't have to ride the wave. And because it's often, but they're already collecting them for you like Brian says, you get an Email. Hey, you've got all these all this money coming get it. That's pretty easy. So that's what the feed to be then. 'cause you know here. I am sitting here thinking not so much just about us in particular because I get it. But I'm thinking about all the people who don't that. Don't even take that first tip to get the confidence. Because really, I'm stuck in bad or whatever. Like, that's the awareness to drive it home. Like, you're not stuck in this. You know, just this this currency that you're totally unaware of think. I just think back to the Seth Seth Meyers skit of like cryptocurrency was around the twenty thousand Mark for bitcoin holiday time frame. Just after I think maybe the year where? Oh, yeah. It is hilarious. But like, that's what the mainstream people think in. You know, when you try to get past hurdle of like, okay here. Taking the logical. People jeered ni- in our listeners have accepted brave to some degree were willing to try brave for some degree. We're the we're the ones you get easier in earlier, whereas the mainstream will be like still get it not trying, you know, the organised be around that stigma of like, you're stuck to. Hey, it's just a conduit of silicon have a digital currency on the internet, the transfer's, easy new can easily do it. So your explanation judge should be like, you know, written down and on input on repeat a loop. So to speak Thang, Joey technology, we can loop. We can loop such things right? That's right. And I'm sure that brave team has a marketing folks and people who are interested in helping educate the general public of these things it's nice that it's a it's it comes along for the ride like the. Primary self self brave as end user is your privacy, your security and your speed a good browser where you're not the product is their pitch on the homepage. It's not bat, and and and you know, the attention Konomi that's kind of the inside baseball that you find yourself into. And it's it's someone like nice viral marketing scheme from a publisher perspective because now you have people giving publishers money all of a sudden, hey, here's a publisher..
"general public" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"You know, the general public's been getting smacked around. Tony. I mean, also. Parody in the NFL just seems to be more pronounced now than ever before. I mean, how could you look at this game? And the line is a pick him on the scam the over and under hasn't moved at all at forty three. It's now forty three. I mean, what are you see that the naked? I don't see. I don't see how I'm gonna play this game for big money. I need you to convince me Rick. I really shouldn't have to convince you of anything considering six week one. You're fourteen units ahead with my football information. And I know you as long as I do know that you don't pay anything less than ten thousand on a game. So that would be plus one hundred forty thousand coming into week. That is true Tony in two months, but just looking at this line. It looks spot on to me. Well, rick. I mean, obviously both teams have been struggling all year long. The forty nine is one in six straight up. The cardinals one in six straight up two and five against the spread for the forty Niners three and four against the spread for the cardinals. So the numbers. Themselves are pretty much dead. Even and that's why you're seeing a pick em here the forty Niners. They've lost five in a row. They've covered two out of the last war. Why the cardinals have lost two in a row, and they've also covered to whatever the last fourth. So if you look at it from the naked eye which most players out there do. Yeah. You're going to say, hey, yeah. This spot on but understand. That's why information is the key to success and winning in this industry. You can't look at every single statistic and trained and expect to win. It's only going to carry you so far. That's why my information is crucial to success. And that's why I want everybody who's listening to me right now to stop what they're doing. If they're considering playing this match up to not even think about doing it on their own and a coal may free.
"general public" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Increases for the general public. Looking out for the people. You're exactly right now. One reason why they won one party rule is because when they have one party rule, they ramrod all these taxes and regulations on the working men and women, and I could give you just the perfect example up in Columbus, Ohio. We got a bunch of democrat mayor Democrats city council, and now you have some stupid group performance for the arts. They want a seven percent tax on tickets, the sporting events or movies, or concerts, or whatever into stupid lefty woman who was on there. And where we need to ask because it's getting raised twenty million dollars a year, and well, tough lock and half the people pay for don't even live in the city. So just accepted. Sorry. Well, yeah. Yeah. But the the bottom line is that when these Democrats have one party rule, they ramrod all these tax increases through and dick cordray shady character that some of these union groups are supporting the first thing he's going to do is come here to Ohio in a burn up that two billion dollar a rainy day fund and start putting brand new taxes. Just like his good buddy tax and Ted Strickland did and run to state into the tank in some of these idiots are being brainwashed by him because he claims all I'm going to be for the work and people in the union boys, and it's all pacts allies. Well, we all we know doing the democrat you're in control the because the economy starts to stay, you.
"general public" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"By Liberty Mutual insurance, and Allison keys speaking out against President Trump can cost you your security clearance that happened a former CIA director, John Brennan today, White House, press secretary. Sarah Sanders that conduct and behavior has tested and far exceeded the limits of any professional courtesy that may have been due to him. CBS's major Garrett at the White House. When I asked Sarah Sanders specifically, do you have any evidence to suggest or proof the John Brennan has misused classified information or monetize his use of classified information? She did not say that there was Brennan accuses the president of trying to suppress freedom of speech and punish critics. He says, this action should gravely worry. All Americans closing arguments are over in the Bank and tax brought trial of former Trump. Campaign chairman, Paul Manafort after four hours. Now it's all up to the jury. CBS's Steven Portnoy was in Virginia legally speaking. This is a rather complex case for the jury to settle prosecutors. Presented three hundred, eighty eight documents and twenty seven witnesses to convince jurors that Paul. Manafort hit millions and payments from Ukraine in, overseas accounts and that he then lied to banks to get loans when those payments dried up the judges instructions, to the jury, explaining how, they should. Weigh the charges took him an hour and forty minutes to read apologies from church officials but not the Vatican over that disturbing Pennsylvania. Grand jury report about more than one. Thousand people being listed by hundreds, of Roman Catholic priest one pre sports to nine year old boy to perform a sex act then rinsed his mouth out with? Holy water David Subic has the diocese of Pittsburgh a need to be able to say sorry I am that anybody. Could have, been hurt in a way. That they were hurt in I'm sorry for our faith one for the general public trust. Is shaken, students return to that park. Land Florida high school today for their. First new school year since seventeen people died. In Valentine's Day massacre Broward County school superintendent Robert Runcie says they've Taken steps to keep students at Marjory stoneman Douglas. High school safe our requirements for armed guardians are lot more stringent than, you may find some other districts our armed. Guardians are required to have prior military or law enforcement experience nearly fifty people, overdosed, in New Haven Connecticut today from what appears to be a bad batch of synthetic marijuana. Fire chief John Allston describes their symptoms some that were unconscious somewhere the warn nauseous lethargic some in respiratory, arrest paramedics and police officers were stationed at the park, all day as more people became ill too had life threatening symptoms. This is CBS, news You have enough things to. Worry about every day. Insurance shouldn't be one of them you can leave worry behind. When liberty stands with you, Liberty, Mutual insurance save more. With Liberty.
"general public" Discussed on Toure Show
"Thinks of me i don't care about other musicians at this point they'll come around eventually and they'll respect me i'm going for the critics and scholars i'm gonna make a critical masterpiece that's going to get me attention the general public gives you love other musicians give you respect but it's the critics the writers the scholars who give you fame and he was going for fame so he did an artwork that would get him attention from the scholars and the critics and that's exactly what happened and you can hear it on the on the fourth album on controversy when he talks about all the critics love you in new york on the critics loved him in new york and they loved him in los angeles they loved him in london and paris now he had a hold he had gained purchase on the music industry so now people are going to watch him the spotlight of attention is on him which set him up for the controversy record and it was aptly titled conversing and purple rain which the first time that you worked on with him this was a clear gesture of now we're going for the masses yeah it took a minute so after dirty mind he goes for the controversy album and he's saying yeah i am an enigma am controversial but this is the street i live and i think he he was really finding his voice the voice that would sustain him for number of years on the controversy record if you remember the song controversy with that drum machine that's prince that's prince he put a finer point on it any integrated his pop writing talents on the nineteen ninety nine album he paid off he had his first crossover billboard hot one hundred single with a little red corvette he's showing a pop artist who plays in the style of funk and so all of those those previous five albums set him up for other success or failure with his next move now if the next move if purple rain hadn't been a masterpiece if his next album after nineteen ninety nine had been.
"general public" Discussed on KOIL
"Course of the show today another thing i'd love to hear your opinion on as we close our two thousand two thousand seventeen president trump has changed the core of how the commander in chief the president of the united states most powerful position in the world how he communicates with the general public visa the twitter do you agree and this is a hotline this is i know the some lobbing a series hot coal here but i want to hear from again eight five five 405 two eight seven two do you agree or disagree with the president's use of twitter now this this strong arguments are needed thought a lot of people say this is the way people communicate today okay is this the way the president should be communicated through a lot of people that really are in favor of that and there are a lot of people that aren't i think there's good solid discussions are on both sides of the equation but we definitely want to hear from you on that today do you agree disagree with the president's use of twitter online at today's can be i think and i hope you agree is gonna be really interesting because we're going to dial into two thousand seventeen kind of what what happened to him and what that means for two thousand eighteen days away before we start celebrating new year's eve just to give you a little peak under the tent in the wake of all the natural disasters of two thousand seventeen what does that mean for insurance rates as we come into eighteen well cannot you know that we're not going to have the hurricane disasters that we've had and the the floods and the massive in fires that we've had that had been crippling major insurance companies to route two thousand seventeen an we're not going to pay for it and eighteen what does that actually mean reached out to born them at were one of the most well respected insurance professionals in the united states spencer hold and he's co presidents harrison shirts and he's going to join us this morning coming up here later in the hour and kind of.
"general public" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Practice of letter through nbn character the four would inform the general public who invariably at some all right i will make a visit who a doctor and neither would i describe in met vote is rarely about what really happened in the doctor's office the at the age of not aware and my unique perspective that both fell in four eight that they might inform them fell they must know whether the fact that when they go to the doctor they let no what a physical them in oil to determine whether the doctors actually really listening to them and taking care of their radical and unfortunately what i have found now over might forty years of experience will private is doctor thought off the political uh some time they are good old copper then pioneered lady but i've run into a few that are cruelly unscrupulous and uh provide unethical air for the patient than half the time laid even more than half the end of aden though even notable taken advantage of it but the information my book is i don't think there's ever been cruelly yoga or to the general public how do people go about pretender i mean once liston life is a is a crap shoot in so many ways your it she had she meets on when you say okay or you say no we have certain as i don't i'm cautious about everything but you have certain expectations of of the medical industry pupil you certainly do look up to when you really aren't as being superhuman has you get older you fight out there not but how do you go about protecting yourself and isn't like going out buying a car you that a threeyearly ships should go to three hospitals you these screen dr after darta how do you find out wait my book.
"general public" Discussed on KELO
"Police in city officials in little rock arkansas trying to calm public nerves after at least twenty five people were shot and wounded at a club early this morning likely the result of a gang dispute we have no reason to believe at this time it in the oil in the general public is at harm of any any further incidents from this group believers it was associated with some of the individuals who were inside also what the public that we feel that there's no risk or any harbor anything to go about your daily la with irakly xiv kenton bucknor three other people lightly hurt in a stampede as people tried to escape the club all all the injured expected to recover but iraq's mayor saying that nightclub will be shut down president trump boys and his frustration that all states are not fully cooperating with his voting commission's requests for detailed voter info some of those states include ones that he carried in last year's election the president meantime continuing his twitter tirade against the host of msnbc's morning joe program his latest tweet president donald trump caused scarborough crazy mek brzezinski damage the rock also blasting the morning joe shells saying it's too bad their low rated show is dominated by their nbc baath it wasn't all bad though almost given the pair accomplished mentese as they are not bad people twitter blew up thursday after the president tweeted that the morning show hosts insisted on joining him at merrill lago on new year's eve the president says he didn't want to see dan because meek out was bleeding badly from a facelift i comment that many call sexist in washington had her curtis fox in the north carolina the man 23yearold andrew otto bog sentenced to two years in jail in connection with a series of computer hacks the targeted former cia director john brennan and other government officials boggs known online as incur ceo fox news.
"general public" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Okay so january to the general public so before even on episode of coal wrong i knew that i might be going out again okay and was there any hesitation on your part i mean there is no hesitation on my part to go back again i had no concept of how controversial the end of coal wrong would be more than anything i was super flattered because the the teachers patten may want it was like i was good enough in cohen they want me back a time to go and i knew i knew that i lost go wrong so i saw the fire in me to go to go and play again so what was it like for you to deal with getting ready to play the second time but then also having your first time airing and you know there were many highpoints of your game which were shown was there a point where you were sort of like it was a bittersweet where you're watching it's like oh yeah that was that was a good moment but i wish they didn't show that because i ethic you sort of want to come in with lower you know perception of yourself than coming in and being that person oh she should have won she was great yeah i was in a tough position as i knew i wanted to go again but then is each week rolled by i like the scott vote out happened that was pretty late in the season as like april twenty at that episode where i kind of convinced tied to go against scott not play the idle on him.