35 Burst results for "Good Morning America"

Brittney Griner's wife tells ABC she wants WNBA star home

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 3 d ago

Brittney Griner's wife tells ABC she wants WNBA star home

"Britney grinder's wife says she wants the WNBA star being detained in Russia back home Sherrell griner says she started receiving text early in the morning on February 17th Babe babe babe wake up They have me in this room I don't know what's going on Brittany griner has been detained since then after vape cartridges containing oil derived from cannabis were allegedly found in her luggage at an airport near Moscow Griner plays basketball in Russia Cheryl greiner tells ABC's Good Morning America She wants President Biden to secure a release I just keep hearing that he has the power She's a political punch So if they're holding her because they want you to do something then I want you to do it Griner says Secretary of State Antony Blinken told her this is a top priority I was grateful for the call You say she's top priority but I want to see it Russian officials have described grinder's case as a criminal offense The charges carry a maximum penalty of ten years in prison I'm Ed

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Ilhan Omar: Republicans Want to Control Every Aspect of a Woman's Life

Mark Levin

00:59 min | Last week

Ilhan Omar: Republicans Want to Control Every Aspect of a Woman's Life

"Anyway here's representative ilian Omar on good morning America Good morning America three There's three of them It's a spin off of a spin off spin off Keep at it ABC You're really cooking Cut four go What's your response Are your reaction to seeing what Oklahoma did yesterday Yeah I mean we knew it was coming Republicans are interested in controlling every aspect of a woman's life Did she use the word woman If she were in kindergarten in fairfax county schools in Virginia or other school district she would be expelled No more woman hear me roar stuff It's just genitalia Hear me roar if in fact I want to have a genitalia

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Even Good Morning America Acknowledges Baby Formula Shortage

The Dan Bongino Show

01:30 min | 3 weeks ago

Even Good Morning America Acknowledges Baby Formula Shortage

"Play the cut 7 This is Good Morning America of all places a noted for left you know radical group over there Having to acknowledge its stores around the country are now running out of baby formula Here check this out This morning a terrifying prospect for parents around the country stores running out of baby formula unable to restock He has a very specific brand new trauma gen that he has to have due to allergy and intolerance issues Shawna Bowman says she can't find any formula for her 11 month old son Jacob We have been having to look pretty heavily for it I would say for the last four or 5 months but this last month it's just become impossible to find This morning a terrifying prospect for parents around the country stores running out of baby formula unable to restock That's all right It seems like sorry about that No it's okay It just says the same thing over and over again Baby formula The folks why is that a problem Well for an obvious reasons I don't have young children anymore My daughters are 18 And ten But if you have a baby and you're not breastfeeding right now formulas you're only option What are you going to do folks You're going to give the kid a gargantuan from Jimmy John's You're going to give him a triple from Wendy's The baby's GI tract doesn't have the capability to handle that kind of stuff You don't have any other options How do you screw up baby formula The answer is you put Joe Biden in The White House

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Angela Davis, the Media Will Only Celebrate a Left-Wing, Black Woman to the Supreme Court

Mark Levin

01:49 min | 4 months ago

Angela Davis, the Media Will Only Celebrate a Left-Wing, Black Woman to the Supreme Court

"But here is Angela Davis On Good Morning America I could never get on Good Morning America if I wanted to I don't Don't misunderstand but you understand I couldn't get on there if I wanted to but there's Angela Davis Incredible And she was asked That wouldn't she be like really down with the revolution With a black woman being chosen for the Supreme Court I mean come on Angela What do you think Cut to go Well I should say that in general I am excited about this era in which the work the achievements the contributions of black women are being lifted up because black women have always done the work but have rarely been acknowledged Having said this I don't know whether I would be so excited about a conservative black woman I think it's important to take politics into consideration There is already a black person on the Supreme Court and that and that person is the most backward force on the court So I want a I want a black woman but I want a progressive So you see this is the deal The media and the Democrats and Angela Davis and her Elk they're not celebrating that Biden will nominate the first black woman to the Supreme Court They're celebrating the Biden will nominate the first Left wing black woman to the Supreme Court It's that simple

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CDC Director Rochelle Walensky: 75% of COVID Deaths Had at Least Four Combordities

Mark Levin

01:10 min | 4 months ago

CDC Director Rochelle Walensky: 75% of COVID Deaths Had at Least Four Combordities

"But when I look at this headline CDC director 75% of COVID deaths occurred in people with at least four comorbidities Good morning America Was where walensky said it admitting that over 75% of these COVID deaths had four comorbidities One day I'll be able to say that word three times really fast And she goes on to say so really these are people who are unwell to begin with Now I'm reading from kusa news Now while lenski's comments come after many doctors including the ones routinely featured on KS K U.S. I news have been saying the same thing for nearly two years And this piece goes on As we know big tech is silence many doctors and politicians who attempted to calm the fears of those that were worried about COVID-19 by posting statistics like that one Many Republicans say the Biden administration is slowly starting to change their tune on COVID because of plummeting poll numbers I wish I could say that's not true These are people that have virtue They care about humanity They care about society but I can't I can't say that with a straight

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George Stephanopoulos Pretends He's Unbias yet Spent a Career Advising Democrats

Mark Levin

01:03 min | 6 months ago

George Stephanopoulos Pretends He's Unbias yet Spent a Career Advising Democrats

"An ABC News George Stephanopoulos who I call the unbiased journalist George of Annapolis used to be Bill Clinton's campaign chief communications guy in The White House For two terms ran his campaign I mean he and James carville got Bill Clinton elected Now James carville doesn't pretend like he's a journalist He's out there as a rabid Democrat but with stephanopoulos does every Sunday when he hosts the ABC this week and when he's on Good Morning America as he pretends he's the chief political guy and he pretends like he's impartial He spent his entire career before getting to the media advising Democrats This is what I mean I could never do that Even though I've been advising Republicans my entire career And I'm a conservative talk radio host In order for me to get a job like that If they were to call me if you only want you to host meet the press Oh my God what an honor Absolutely What do I have to do Well you have to do the following Denounce Trump denounce every Republican then genuflect in front of the Democrat altar and declare yourself completely independent But they don't make Democrats do that When they give them shows they just go here Now you're a host Oh okay Well thank you That's so nice of you Thank you so

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"good morning america" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

04:19 min | 7 months ago

"good morning america" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"You and I are talking about it more on a micro level or an individual level. But it has nothing to do with seeing it in a rosy view. You know, she talks about how the city of Boston got through the marathon bombing. And that certainly there was not a lot to look at there like from an optimistic standpoint, right? I mean, people were killed. People were maimed. It was horrible. But they still came through it with this resilience. And I think that has nothing to do with whether someone's a pessimist or not. Thank you so much for clarifying that. Once again, I'm married to an optimist and I know it's opposites attract, right? And I've always been curious about the way that well-known concepts like resilience play out in each of our minds and where we both end up and often we both end up in the same place. Now in your book, you table resilience with the pandemic. We all need to be resilient well to survive a worldwide pandemic. And I'm seeing how that's playing out in my household. During your research and your writing for the book, what did you discover about resilience when looking at an entire nation going through the same thing and needing to have resiliency? What I saw from the country is that there were people who stepped up in ways that I know surprised not only them, but people around them. There were systems that stepped up in ways that were unexpected. And as part of that whole experience, there were also spotlights that were shown on what didn't go well. And I think that part of trying to cultivate resilience is taking a view of something in a critical way and saying what worked what didn't work. What do I want to amplify and what do I want to minimize? And what do I want to see more of? And what do I want? Never to see again. And I think that as a country, there were a plethora of examples on all those fronts, but I think that at the end of the day, we saw not only from sectors of our society to individuals that we can withstand a lot. Doctor Ashton, thank you so much for being here. I really appreciate your candor and answering all of our questions. Do you have a website that people can find all of your social media, your book? I mean, I know your book is available on Amazon, wherever find books are sold, but what's your website? My website is Jennifer Ashton MD dot com, but I have to tell you that I engage most with the public on my Instagram, which is at DR J Ashton. I run it myself. I don't have someone else running it for me. So it's truly authentic and I feel that people are nice. But it's an open kind of honest space for interaction and I don't know. You may not like it because you admit to being a pessimist, but I do think that my Instagram funds to be a place of positivity. And I feel like we all need that. Well, thank you so much for saying that. And you know, I met a felon love with and have been married to for ten years. The most optimistic person I know I often joke with her that if our house caught on fire, she would become happy because it meant that we got s'mores. There you go. That's the level of optimism I'm dealing with in my household. So I do see the value in it. Thank you so much for being here. We really, really appreciate it. Thank you so much for having me. It was great talking to you. Well, you are very welcome to all of our listeners a great big thank you. My name is Gabe Howard and I am the author of mental illnesses and asshole.

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"good morning america" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

07:41 min | 7 months ago

"good morning america" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"Ashton, discussing resiliency. For the longest time I never considered myself resilient at all. And what finally convinced me was just the sheer number of people that kept saying gave your resilient, look at all you've done. Look at all your. So it's great. It's wonderful that I have wonderful people around me. Big shout out to my family and friends. But how can somebody know personally whether or not they're resilient? Well, as I said, I don't think it's as simple as yes or no. There's a test for resilience and you either pass it or you don't. But the one question that I think is helpful for people to ask themselves is am I in a better place today than I was yesterday or this week than I was last week or this month or this year or even this hour and I think that that can be helpful to define resilience, obviously it's very subjective, but another question that people can ask is, am I surprising myself with the way I'm handling X Y or Z? I always think it's helpful in medicine for perspective. I oftentimes have to deliver some unpleasant diagnoses to people. And they're upsetting and they're upsetting when you look at them in isolation, but then if you compare or bring in a sense of perspective, which is look, this is bad, but it always could be worse. And I think that that is helpful. And it even helpful when you when you ask yourself, am I doing better than I was before, that's one way that you can get at how am I doing? Do I feel resilient? Am I surprising myself with how I'm handling this? Did I think that I was going to come out of this in as good a condition? And by the way, could give you zillions of medical physical examples. It becomes harder when these are non physical when they're life examples or psychological or emotional examples. Anytime there's hard data, whether it's your finances or your physical condition, it's easy, it's easier to answer that. But in my career as a practicing o-b-gyn, I've delivered over 1500 babies. And if I had a dollar for every time a woman said to me, oh my God, I can't believe I just did that. It would be probably $1500. I mean, it could be a physical feed. But it also could be emotional or psychological. It could be all those things. Along those same lines, how can a person increase the resilience? Because it sounds like we can always have more. Well, sure. I think it's always something that I look at it like it's a bit of an athletic endeavor, right? So I say, how am I doing today? Did I surprise myself with my performance or how I'm feeling? And how can I see myself up to do even better tomorrow? And maybe that's with your controlling your emotions or modulating your behavior, maybe that's with certain lifestyle practices like getting more sleep or meditating. Today, for example, I woke up and I was feeling super stressed, mentally and physically stressed. And I'm looking down the barrel of a 15 hour workday and I'm looking down the barrel of a 75 hour work week and I was just feeling super stressed and right after I got off the air on Good Morning America this morning, I meditated in my dressing room for 20 minutes. And I absolutely felt a dramatic improvement. So for me, that's how I'm trying to bolster my resilience to this acutely stressful week in a month this week won't matter. You know, I won't be looking back at this week and say, oh my God, that was such a brutal week. I'll just say, oh, okay. Well, there's another week. But meditating definitely helped me through it. It sounds like coping skills are a personal trait that one could cultivate to improve their resilience for you. It was meditation and I'm sure you probably have other coping skills as well. But is that accurate? Are there coping skills that can increase our resilience? I think they're whether you call them coping skills or whether you call them just life skills or behaviors. I definitely think so. And I think, again, if you're talking from talking about the physical condition of a surgical patient, for example, resilience would be what kind of condition are you in before I take you to the OR what kind of condition is a woman in before she gets pregnant and has a baby? That's something that can only help in terms of the way someone comes out of something. Whether that's standard definition of physical fitness or whether that's different for different persons, they're both okay. I think it's physical, I think it's behavioral. I think it's social and emotional to give you a psychological example. My children and I since rob suicide are constantly plugged in to our therapist to mental health professional. And we try to check in with her even when things are quote unquote smooth and going well and all positive. We tend to check in with her more when we're needing her guidance. But the bottom line is that's part of how we maintain or try to grow psychological resilience is by having coping strategies in place so that when we need them, they're there. And they're not unfamiliar. Very similar to how an athlete would do the same thing physically. One of the questions that keeps coming up in my pessimistic mind and remember I've already copped to be in a pessimist. Isn't resilience just another way to say be optimistic or look at the bright side of things? Definitely not. As a matter of fact, when I was listening to your question, what I was reminded of is a really important book that I read around 2014, 2015 called the resilience dividend by Judith Rodin. And in that book, doctor roden, she used to be the CEO of the Rockefeller foundation and she was the first female president of an Ivy League university. She was the president of pen. And in the book, doctor roden talks about resilience of systems of cities of countries of corporations, she really doesn't talk about the resilience of the individuals. And there's a lot in that book that I've drawn upon in the last year and a half of the pandemic. Again, both personally and kind of big picture. And she talks about things like being adaptable, being able to incorporate new information in your actions as one of the key 6 pillars for developing resilience. How to weather a storm in situations with great uncertainty. That's a measure of resilience. And again, she's talking about this on a macro level..

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"good morning america" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

05:49 min | 7 months ago

"good morning america" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"There could be physical resilience. There could be psychological resilience. There can be financial resilience or it could be one of those things one day and another thing another day at the end of it all is really that resilience means a strained and survivability that exists maybe even in settings where we don't expect to find it. You're listening to inside mental health, a psych central podcast, where experts share experiences and the latest thinking on mental health and psychology. Here's your host, Gabe Howard hello everyone, I'm your host Gabe Howard and I want to quickly thank our sponsor better help. You can get a week free by visiting better help dot com slash Sykes central calling into the show today. We have doctor Jennifer Ashton, doctor Ashton is the chief medical correspondent for ABC News and Good Morning America. She's also the author of the book on finding resilience and the time of COVID titled the new normal, doctor Ashton welcome to the show. Thanks Gabe for having me. Oh, you're very welcome. Now, doctor Ashton, your book is titled, the new normal a road map to resilience and the pandemic era. And it was released in February of this year. And one of the things that I've noticed online, especially in doing research for this show is that the phrase the new normal is not so liked anymore. Have you noticed that? Do you have an opinion on that? No, you know what? I actually, so first of all, some behind the scenes kind of information for your listeners. I can't speak for other authors, but the new normal was my 6th book. So this was not my first rodeo in the publishing world. And with every single book, I will say that the title was largely selected by the publisher and or editor with my kind of approval and tweaking. The reason for that is because the publishers and editors, this is what they do for a living, you know, they they can take content and then say, okay, let me think of what the best title is for that. No different, really than how producers in television will package content and write, let's say the teas for the segment or something like that. So when my publishing team at Harper Collins and William Mara books, when they picked or suggested the title, the new normal, I said, I hate that term. I actually, I actually said, that makes me cringe. Why do you think that's a good title? And they basically described exactly what you did in your question and they said, and remember, this was 6 months before the book came out. So this is in the fall of 2020. And they said, you know, this is going to be a buzz term. And it's people are going to be using this. And it's going to generate very strong feelings. And I said, right. I mean, I can't stand that term. So they said why do you dislike it? And I said, well, because I think there's nothing normal about what's going on. And it's at a certain point, not new anymore, and they said exactly. So it's almost like an oxymoron or a double entendre or a tongue in cheek. They described it any number of ways in the literary world. And I realized that as usual, they were right. There was enough to that that sparked conversation and emotional reaction that I trusted them and said, okay, let's compromise. I'll settle on that for the main title if I can give you the subtitle. And as we've done with several of my books, we agreed that that was the good compromise. Resilience is one of those concepts that has a lot of personal opinion mixed in with fact. For example, I may think it's resilient to finish a race when I've lost whereas someone else may think that it's only resilient to find a way to win, with so much ambiguity, how do you clearly communicate and teach about resiliency in the way that you do? Well, I always use my starting point to be what I would tell an individual person or a patient. And that's really what I use to inform my segments. It's how I often say my job as chief medical correspondent makes me a better doctor and being a real practicing doctor makes me a better medical correspondent. I've learned a lot in the 16 years that I've been in practice. And I've learned a lot in the 16 years that I've been doing national television. And I really drew on that heavily when the last, I would say four and a half years for different reasons, but I feel like what we've all been living through has really kind of forced us all to get up close and personal with this concept of resilience. And I think the short answer to your question is that resilience means different things to different people. There could be physical resilience. There could be psychological resilience. There can be financial resilience or it could be one of those things one day and another thing another day at the end of it all is really that resilience means a strained and survivability that exists maybe even in settings where we don't expect to find it. Doctor Ashton for you personally, how do you.

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Barack Obama Lies for Joe Biden Over $5.5 Trillion Bill on GMA

Mark Levin

02:01 min | 8 months ago

Barack Obama Lies for Joe Biden Over $5.5 Trillion Bill on GMA

"Here is Obama A Good Morning America today Let's go to cut 19 mister producer Go When you look at the overall package this is the 5.5 trillion Go ahead Got a headline price tag of three and a half $1 trillion But that's not a single year This is spread out over a number of years And most importantly it's paid for by asking the wealthiest of Americans Obama has always been a very effective liar A very effective letter I want you to listen to me very carefully Those of you who earn a modest living you're going to get whacked Many of you might lose your jobs You're not going to get salary increases You're not getting an improved benefits These businesses you work for Are going to be under enormous strain They already are You see the product dislocation basics The supply dislocation it's going to become impossible And when it turned the country into California look what they did to California in the wealthiest state Everybody wanted to live and go to California Look what they've done to California That's what they want to do to America These are the people who gave us the open border who gave us what happened in Afghanistan These are the people pushing critical race theory who support their teachers union over the little kids that you send into these schools These are the people We're trying to destroy our economic system of the Green New Deal and all the other lunacy In Obama supports all of it The wealthiest Americans what does that phrase even mean Who are the wealthiest Americans Well if you're a firefighter and you have a teacher that's your marriage the two of you and maybe you make a quarter of a million a year Excluding benefits you're a wealthy Americans wealthy

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Joe Biden Lied About Military Officials' Recommendation to Keep Troops in Afghanistan

Mark Levin

01:40 min | 8 months ago

Joe Biden Lied About Military Officials' Recommendation to Keep Troops in Afghanistan

"And so we're going to get started with Joe Biden The generals the testimony we're going to spend some time on this Because Joe Biden lied to the American people about matters of war and peace How many more lies will it take until this man his face with the word impeachment I mean I can only imagine a Republican president in particular Donald Trump What would be done to him and what they be saying about him And so there's a couple of takeaways from this but I want to set the stage here In some of you who have been paying attention to this all day you might say this is repetitious No it isn't because you haven't heard from me yet That's the point Biden good morning America August 1920 21 with Clinton George Stephanopoulos August 19 2021 already kabal has fallen It fell really on August 15th Cut one go Your time military advisers warned against withdrawing on this timeline They wanted you to keep about 2500 troops No they didn't It was split That wasn't true That wasn't true They didn't tell you that they wanted troops to stay No not at not in terms of whether we were going to get out in a time frame all troops They didn't argue against that So no one told your military advisers did not tell you no We should just keep 2500 troops It's been a stable situation for the last several years We can do that We can continue to do that No no one said that to me that I couldn't recall

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Senator Amy Klobuchar Reveals Breast Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 9 months ago

Senator Amy Klobuchar Reveals Breast Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment

"Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar's says she has been treated for breast cancer that was detected earlier this year global charge we did that the cancer was found during a routine mammogram she eventually had a lumpectomy to remove it the sixty one year old club chart tells ABC's Good Morning America she completed radiation therapy and may you have a checkup in August showed she was doing well Klobuchar's says the cancer was stage one day meaning it had not spread beyond the breast she said she felt very fortunate to have caught it early after delaying the mammogram because of the corona virus pandemic I'm Mike Hampton

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US Effort to Get Americans Out of Kabul Goes On

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 9 months ago

US Effort to Get Americans Out of Kabul Goes On

"The blighted ministration says it will keep working to get the remaining Americans out of Afghanistan U. S. officials say fewer than two hundred Americans are still there and while the military mission is over at the evacuation effort will continue through diplomatic means and we have considerable leverage over the Taliban to ensure that any remaining American citizen will be able to get out White House national security advisor Jake Sullivan on ABC's Good Morning America hours before president Biden's due to make his first public remarks since the official end of America's longest war critics are questioning both his plans to evacuate the Americans and to keep Afghanistan from again becoming a terror he even in the absence of U. S. troops Sager mag ani Washington

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Former Head of Good Morning America Accused of Alleged Sexual Assault

77 WABC Early News

00:38 sec | 9 months ago

Former Head of Good Morning America Accused of Alleged Sexual Assault

"Well, speaking of sexual shenanigans, the former head of Good Morning America is denying Sexual assault allegation to The Wall Street Journal reported yesterday that Michael Corn has been accused of sexual assault by two of his former staffers. GM a producer Kristen Kirsten. Core offered has filed suit against corn and ABC no affiliation with W. ABC at all and claims she was assaulted in 2015 during a trip to cover the Academy Awards. She also claims corn assaulted a former ABC News producer during two different trips. Corns legal team refutes the allegations and says her claims are demonstrably

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Biden White House Purposely Held No Press Event Today

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 10 months ago

Biden White House Purposely Held No Press Event Today

"Is it not amazing? That there wasn't a single press event at the White House today, when we have 10,000 or so American citizens in Afghanistan. Because they don't know what to say. They don't know what to say. They hope it'll pass. They're counting on the Pretoria Guard Media. So Joe Biden goes to one of his favorite. Democrats. George Stephanopoulos on Good Morning America. Here in part is what happens. Cut one go. No good time to leave Afghanistan. 15 years ago would have been a problem. 15 years from now. The basic choices. Let's stop a minute. If you're going to leave Afghanistan. Then you need to do it with some level of competence and efficiency. The vast majority of you listening to me are not in the military and I've never served in the military. So those of you who have and are Listen, but I want to talk to the others. Even given the fact that you are a pedestrian like me, even given the fact that you are purely a civilian like me. Would it occur to you to pull out most of the military before you have taken out most of your civilians, Mr Producer? Do you have to go to West Point to figure that out? You have to go to the Naval Academy and all the you need. I mean, do you really need To be experienced in military tactics and so forth to know. That you've got to get the citizens out before you start pulling out the military.

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Terror Reigns in Kabul, Afghanistan, as the Taliban Take Over

600 WREC

01:08 min | 10 months ago

Terror Reigns in Kabul, Afghanistan, as the Taliban Take Over

"Dave Anthony Fox News, U. S defense official tells Reuters. They're still trying to clear out thousands of Afghans who rushed onto the Kabul airport tarmac trying to get out after the Taliban took control of the capital. There's a frantic scene at Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul as people are piling into planes, some even just trying to grab onto the outside and falling off. The aircraft mid air trying to escape the country where the Taliban are going door to door, murdering anyone who helped the Americans and confiscating weapons from everyone else. Foxes Peter Doocy at the White House where President Biden is not home, he remains at Camp David. What we should be saying is him coming off a vacation in front of the cameras and explaining what the next moves are going to be. Republican Congressman Austin Pflueger tells Fox business The Taliban uprising as U. S troops withdrawal left Afghanistan and turmoil that is really disgraceful. And shameful for our country, National security Advisor Jake Sullivan tells ABC. Good Morning America will hear from President Biden soon he is right now actively engaged with his national security team. He is working the situation hard. Covid is starting at 10 times the level of early July in a six month

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Norwegian Vaccine Ruling Could Embolden Other Cruise Lines in Challenge to DeSantis

Cruise Radio News Briefs

00:37 sec | 10 months ago

Norwegian Vaccine Ruling Could Embolden Other Cruise Lines in Challenge to DeSantis

"Governor raimondo onto santa's announced that the state will appeal the ruling made earlier this week. That will allow norwegian cruise on holdings to require passenger vaccinations. These scientists office continues to argue that requiring. Vaccinations will create discrimination quote among customers. Based on private health information norwegian cruise on holdings frank. Del rio gave his response on tuesday morning on. Good morning. america. Here's the state that depends on tourism and apparently it's done in their best interest to keep not only our residents state but our visitors saying that video. Courtesy of norwegian gem is set to sail from miami this weekend august fifteenth

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Delta Variant Accounts for 20% of Covid Cases in the U.S.

ABC Perspective

00:34 sec | 11 months ago

Delta Variant Accounts for 20% of Covid Cases in the U.S.

"And hospitalizations trend downward across the country. U. S health officials have become increasingly worried about the highly contagious Delta variant, particularly in communities with low vaccination rates. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky, telling Good Morning America this week that the delta variant now accounts for more than 20% of all coronavirus cases in the U. S, But even that number could rise quickly. Generally, when viruses mutate, they do so, with some advantage to the virus, and in this case, the delta variant, it is mutated so that the virus is more transmissible now, meantime, at

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Give Illinois Father Ty Smith a Platform, Not Democrat Operative Chuck Todd

Mark Levin

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Give Illinois Father Ty Smith a Platform, Not Democrat Operative Chuck Todd

"I'm an activist. Have always been an activist. I always will be an activist. That's why you saw me at the tea party rallies. That's why liberty and tyranny was carried throughout the tea party rallies. 1.5 million sold. That was unheard of. And that's why I believe American Marxism is taking off right now, even before it's available. Haven't done some big media blitz. I've only come under attack yet. No, that'll come It's you and the radio audience. It's you. Now there's Ty Smith. Ty Smith won't get a platform. Good Morning America. Ty Smith. Won't be treated. Like a king the way Barack Obama is And your tie Smith is Smith is Quintus Central American. He's a Quintus Central, red blooded. American Now the media is filled with corrupt Ignorance is Who embrace These Marxist movements. And one of the most corrupt ignoramus is intellectually that I focused on The most is a guy by the name of truck. Todd. Chuck Todd has no credentials to be where he is None.

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CDC: Delta Variant Expected to Be Dominant in US

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

CDC: Delta Variant Expected to Be Dominant in US

"The CDC director is talking about the delta variant of the corona virus and what you can do to protect yourself CDC director Dr Rachelle Lenski expects the delta variant of the corona virus to become the dominant strain in the U. S. it was first seen in India and then spread to Britain where it's now the dominant strain Dr Wilensky says the delta variant is hyper transmissible what is worrisome is that it is she says the vaccines work against it so here's her advice make sure you get your second shot she says and you'll be protected against the delta variant of the corona virus Dr Wilensky was on ABC's Good Morning America I made a folly

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U.S. Will Send More COVID-19 Vaccine Doses Abroad

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. Will Send More COVID-19 Vaccine Doses Abroad

"Sharing vaccine doses is the right thing to do and will help end the Cova 19 pandemic around the world. Dr. Anthony Fauci weighed in on Good Morning America and NBC's Karen Travers has the details US over the next six weeks will send overseas 80 Million Cove in 19 vaccine doses. The White House has not yet said which nations will get these doses, but some have been promised to India, which has been experiencing a staggering surge in cases and Chefs, Dr Anthony Fauci and NBC's Good Morning America says this is just the beginning of what's been called vaccine diplomacy. I feel that as a rich country we really do have a moral obligation. To play a major role in making sure that there are vaccines to those countries that can afford to get the vaccines themselves. Karen Travers,

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"good morning america" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"good morning america" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Days is like being stuck in a desert full of sharp rocks and scorpions. And then I wonder a little bit further, and I find the Pat Walsh show which is like an oasis of calm and refreshment. And I just want to thank you and Kendall and Mark Last Thursday of last week. You had some guests in studio and they brought such a positive, upbeat Alternative to all the nonsense that we have to deal with. I just wanted to thank you for that. And what a what a positive impact. It was on the community. Oh, well, Brian, it's very kind of you. Thank you for saying that. I really greatly appreciate that. That's just made my night. Ryan think about out there for whatever comes from now on, you keep that in mind. Great choice. Great options for the community. And it was such a positive thing. Thanks so much, Brian. It's my pleasure. Thank you, my friend for listening Wow. What a nice way to start the show. By the way. Also got a nice message from Sarah today. Sara. If you're listening, driving home from work, she says she likes to listen on the way home from work. Really want to thank you for your sweet message? Very nice regarding this show. Very, very nice of you to say that. And thank you for the hard work you do in hell being a health care professional. By the way on another note, I see that uber and lift they've suspended the share right operations nationwide. Policies will remain in effect until further notice. That's all I'm going to get into on that one. Ah, you noticed these Everyone on TV is now working from home. I don't care. You noticed this? I don't care whether it is on the Morning shows like Good Morning America or the Today Show, whether you're watching sports shows like, well NFL or MLB network. You see all the analysts working from home? It is just odd Al Rocca, I think, was it Al Roker working from my camera Remember, but You see all these people work moment, and then the kids were running around and have dogs running in the picture and Ah, and you know what? They're on here, and it's just so odd to see all of this late night people. The late night TV hosts. Are doing stuff from home knows Jimmy Fallon was doing this Jimmy Fallon and this the Tonight Show Home Edition. I guess you could call it and we really don't know what this is. But I wanted to put me out there for you guys so that we can just Have some levity. And in these these bizarre times, he's got his dogs running around kids running around through the living room. His wife's running the camera. What we're doing right now is I'm in a room in my house. My camera operators, my wife. Hi. Hi, honey. Thank you for doing this. And we have my my dog carry carry my first guest. You know what's gonna happen is we're going to just keep doing this. Once. We're past all of this. They're just going to keep doing this. Well, it works so well fits in the budget. For a variety of reasons. Let's just keep doing this. Hi, friend. And just just gonna happen. Friends will play the drums. Yeah, Okay. Um, well is ah, We're gonna just say hi to everyone, and I hope everyone safe. I want to wish you a happy ST Patrick's Day. Three ST Patty's Day s O have patricide, everyone Let me just do this and then thank you. Teach me driving. It's just like it's just It is the strangest thing to see this. But that's we're getting Some of the folks still have. You could just tell. It's kind of a makeshift studio. What have you but some of these shows..

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"good morning america" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"good morning america" Discussed on KOMO

"Idaho. Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont talked about their joint decision on ABC is Good Morning America last week. What we're going to do is going to go to every travel agent and safe from these regions Don't come to Connecticut unless you get tested first. I know you have to quarantine. We're going to go to all the hotels are Every single sight there for ordering. Let people know from those states. You have to quarantine If you come to Connecticut as cases go up, and we're seeing videos of people eating outdoors, some flocking to bars. Americans are asking combination slow the spread and our people just not taking the virus seriously enough, ABC news contributor and former Homeland Security adviser Tom Bossert reiterated on Good Morning America this week. That it's on us to slow the spread. I think people have to realize that that they have to earn the reduction and the maintenance of that reduction in this virus by behaving in a disciplined fashion all summer. Otherwise, they're gonna want something and not get it. This's very alarming. Not only for the loss of life that we're about to see is not too late. There's a lot of disease and I fear that Arizona on the leading edge of this is going to see some real sorrow and sickness. In the coming weeks, but it's not too late. Even there for them to change their behavior is to get this disease back under control. Meanwhile, the race to create a vaccine continues. Doctor found. She had a lot to say about it. On Capitol Hill this week, there was no guarantee and anyone who's been involved in vaccine ology will tell you That we will have a safe and effective vaccine. But we're cautiously optimistic. Working with the companies in the investment made by this Congress. Hopefully, there will be doses available. By the beginning of next year In the middle of the week, American pharmaceutical company Pfizer announced early positive results in one of their vaccine candidates. Peer review of the company provided data will likely give us better insight into How effective the candidate might be in how soon it could be distributed. The company's timeline goal of a safe and effective vaccine is still early 2021. Time. Check Now your coma. Money Update. Here's your Cuomo propel. Insurance Money Update. These are tough times for young job hunters. An analysis by the workplace reviews site. Glassdoor says there are about 2/3 fewer job opportunities that a year ago for new college graduates and entry level workers. I mean the Corona virus pandemic. The most popular roles for new grads to apply to in May included software engineer data analyst and business analyst Amazon, Microsoft, Goldman Sachs and Apple, who are the four most popular companies to apply to on glass doors platform for new graduates. Drive in movie theaters are making a comeback amid the pandemic, and the format is about to get a huge boost, courtesy in the nation's biggest discount chain. Wal Mart. The other day announced a partnership with TriBeCa Enterprises to convert 160 store locations around the country and to makeshift drive in theaters. The screenings planned for August through October will allow viewers to have a socially distance big screen experience amid the pandemic. That's your money now. For what it's worth. I'm Brian Clark, President Trump talking masks with Fox business. I thought it looked OK look like the Lone Ranger, but he still doesn't wear them. And that's his former homeland security adviser. Tom Bossert is a problem. We should see the president wearing a mask a few times here in the coming weeks. Not just telling people if they want to remember. It's not to tell people if they want to, or if they think it's in their interest to wear the mask. They should go ahead and do it. That's the wrong caveat. Mask isn't about protecting the wearer. It's about Each person that wears it protecting everyone else and trying to slow the spread of the corona firing these air. Pretty troubling numbers. You know, the microbiology in the math behave in a consistent, predictable way. I heard Dr Fauci predict that we could get to 100,000 new cases a day. Not the 52,000 or 55,000 that we've been seeing this week, lawsuit warns. I think people have to realize that that they have to earn The reduction and the maintenance of that reduction in this virus by behaving in a disciplined fashion all summer.

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"good morning america" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"good morning america" Discussed on KOMO

"Appearing on Good Morning America where she's saying quote she's very angry about the situation in the autonomous zone and wants to make sure it's resolved very soon we did not for clarification abandon the priest saying but we did have to we moves in personnel for a short period of time and then it became unsafe we're currently working to get officers back into the facility we think it's really important that we have police presence there and they were able to continue to do our work again police chief Carmen best and her latest feelings about channels the capitol hill economists zone she declined comment by the way in the tweets made by president trump about the autonomous zone saying she doesn't get involved in politics is there a growing disagreements between Seattle police chief and mayor Jenny Durkan called Matt Markovich saying a key issue was the decision to abandon the east precinct were told by people inside city hall that while the police chief and the mayor showing you know I did front on tactics behind the scenes the chief and the mayor are not agreeing on those same tactics well appears to be universal agreement that the threats to burn down the east precinct a couple days ago and the decision to leave it empty of officers has been the source of contention the precinct is still empty of officers the chief clearly wants the precinct to be up and running because its emptiness is resulting in reduced response times but the mayor has not said when they would possibly move back officers into the precinct both were asked if they had faith in each other yes standing here right right next to him briefly I have confidence in the chief of it we've we've been asked another forms are you gonna resigned as the chief gonna resign the answer is no and no we are here we got work to do and we're going to get it done meanwhile the city Seattle's granted one of the request the community groups have been asking for it's committing to transferring ownership a fire station six to the community now the station's been vacant Africatown has plans to use the Central District station as a center for cultural innovation seven oh eight here Saturday morning another massive rally for black lives matter happened yesterday this time it was silent couple chapel July thousands perhaps tens of thousands of people took to the streets they started at Jenkins park in the Central District and marched silently to Jefferson park in south Seattle the silence was to remember George Floyd and others that have lost their lives but before that silent March the crowd heard from a number of speakers including ebony the chair of black lives matter Seattle king county us as black people existing on this earth is enough to say that our life matters we do not have to prove that our life matters the event was largely peaceful there's we haven't heard of any arrests for violence at Jefferson park Jeff Pohjola komo news latest numbers from the state health department shows the number of confirmed cases of covert nineteen.

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"good morning america" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

14:53 min | 2 years ago

"good morning america" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Community any host a podcast twice a week where he interviews various meditation teachers as well as researchers who study the neurological and biological effects of meditation Harris doesn't pass himself off as a room he's actually a newsman a correspondent for ABC news and host of the weekend edition of Good Morning America he was also a co anchor of Nightline until he left last year a live on air panic attack on Good Morning America back in two thousand four is one of the reasons he got into meditation his podcast online sessions and an app are an outgrowth of his twenty fourteen book ten percent happier and memoir about how he discovered meditation and how it tamed the negative voice in his head Dan Harris welcome to fresh AIR well thanks for having me on I really appreciate it so how is the pandemic affecting your anxiety level it is definitely affecting my anxiety level I I've I've taken to saying if if you're not anxious right now you're not paying attention I don't I don't think it we should sugar coated it's scary and and you know we're not wired as a species for uncertainty and we are we are living with really grave uncertainty and I find that that I I go through this loop where I try to project into the future to plan and every time I project I'd bump up against a wall of fog because I have no idea what's going to happen and that looping that continuous process of trying to plan and that bumping up again against the fog and then getting a little squirt of adrenaline in my brain like a full fight or flight response to the uncertainty over and over he is very painful and I'm so glad I have meditation on board because now I am catching that process and able to sort of let it go much more than I would have if I entered into this pandemic without having had a a living years of meditation under my belt what how does meditation helping you deal with uncertainty because that is a real thing that we're all going through me me try to look ahead and we really don't know I mean to be really honest some tips some of us are thinking who knows if I'll even be alive I mean it's a virus that is killing a lot of people so you don't know if you have a job you don't know if you'll be working at home or at the office you don't know how you're going to get to your job if you have a job you don't know about your income and all these things can strike terror so like you said you know fear is a very rational response to what we're dealing with now so what do you what story are you telling yourself when you bump into that fog and uncertainty and fear about the future what's the narrative in your head well I'll tell you what one I'm gonna answer that in the affirmative I'll tell you what the narrative is billed me just tell you what what their narrative is not I am not medication doesn't make the uncertainty go away there are no silver bullets here and that's why my little shtick is ten percent happier I'm I'm trying to sort of counter program against some of the reckless hope that I find peddled in certain corners of the self help industry I it's not like I meditate in the you know my life is just you know every time you know I'm I'm walking through this pandemic like a unicorn parking rainbows all the time that's just doesn't work that way what meditation allows you to do is to relax into the uncertainty to be O. K. or a little bit more okay than you otherwise would have been with the uncertainty so I catch myself projecting to the future I catch the storyline so you know I have elderly parents are worried about my kids he's five or I worry about my company and our employees are my contract at A. B. C. news at any end you know and and I'm by the way on the way far end of the privilege scale you know I'm very very lucky and I'm wearing so how exactly provoking must all of this be for people who have lost a job or lost someone or worried that they may lose their life imminently so all of that comes up for me and can I just catch that this is happening and instead of our habitual responses which are fighting it feeding it or trying to numb out with I don't know alcohol shopping gambling drugs can I just sit with it can I just let it be there and investigate it with some curiosity and with some warmth and so we can talk about the blocking and tackling of how you do that in meditation but that is the move it doesn't make it go away it just means that you're able to see that the fear like everything in the world will come and go and that if you just breath relax for a second and breathe into it it will come and go and then once you're on the other end of it you can make calmer saner decisions and that the one cliche about meditation that I really love is that it teaches you how to respond wisely to things instead of reacting blindly and so we want to respect our fear but we don't want to be owned by let's talk about what led you to meditation let's start with your live on air panic attack in in two thousand four which I feel so bad for you watching it describe it from your perspective what was going on for you and this was in two thousand four you were I think around thirty two years old and you were reading a live news updates on Good Morning America and friend of around five million people yeah and I just basically lost the ability to breed I started to you know my my I never had this I had minor stage fright before which is weird for somebody going into TV news I think I described my career as a triumph of narcissism over fear in my book but I never had something like this where I just really my my my long seized up my palms started sweating my mouth dried up I just couldn't speak which is inconvenient if you're trying to anchor the news and and then my mind really is freaked out in in response to the physiological stuff that was going on and that made the the physiological stuff worse and that made my mind works and then it becomes a downward spiral and so I had to quit in the middle of my little newscast I was filling in as the news reader that morning that's the person who comes on at the top of each hour read a few headlines and the main actors of the show at the time Charlie Gibson and Diane Sawyer looked quite surprised when I just a few seconds into my stick said back to you and it was really embarrassing of that you're back on the air after that were you afraid that that was the end of your broadcast career yes after it happened everybody said what happened and I lied and said I don't know and that I guess they believed it and because they let me on the air in the next hour and I was fine but when I went backstage my mom called me and said you had a panic attack and I knew it had a panic attack to and so I went to go see a shrink my mom look that up and the shrink ask me about your questions and one of the questions was do do drugs and I said yes and he gave me a look that communicated okay mystery solved and the backstory here that I've spent a lot of time is an ambitious young reporter after nine eleven in war zones Iraq Afghanistan Israel the west bank Gaza and and I come home and got depressed and had very unwisely started to self medicate with recreational drugs my drug career was pretty short lived an intermittent I wasn't high on the air or anything like that but the district explained that it was enough to change my brain chemistry and make it more likely for me to freak out a little bit more wire drugs might lead to a panic attack especially if you're taking it to feel better not panic so the primary drug abuse is cocaine and so that's the kind of raises according to this doctor the baseline level of adrenaline in your brain and that's the key ingredient in a pack tax so yeah it's just it also you know what I've learned with panic is you're much more likely to panic when you're just if you're prone to panic you're more likely to actually freak out if you're just regulated if you haven't had enough sleep if you've had too much coffee and so they gave the advice for dealing with panic that I've received is to kind of do all the things your mom tells you to do which is get enough sleep eat well exercise meditate to keep yourself regulated healthy calm and happy and that lowers the odds that you a freak out what are some of the most interesting scientific evidence you've learned about that various forms of meditation techniques can actually have a physiological effect on the body and a neurological the fact okay but once that is actually not even a recent study but it just made a huge impact on me it was done at at Massachusetts General Hospital it took people who've never meditated before and scans their brains then they had to do eight weeks of a little bit of meditation every day and then they scanned the brains again what they found was in the area of the brain associated with self awareness and with compassion the gray matter literally grew and in the area of the brain associated with stress the gray matter literally shrank and that was just super compelling to me and my mom whose act was until recently pathologist at mass general and is a waste more curmudgeonly and skeptical than her son in that study single handedly convinced her to meditate so yeah it's it's just really the neuroscience here is really exciting because it goes back to this thing that I keep harping on which is that we can change we can change our brains and by extension our minds and that just goes against first of all it goes against received wisdom did the dogma in neuroscience for years was that the brain stop changing after around the age of twenty five in fact you can train the brain at any age and the consequent the knock on consequences for your inner life and your outer comportment are profound let's get to the basics of meditation it's not that fancy so let's start with just like basic breathing meditation can you describe it like a simple approach to that that you find to be effective yes I can and you're absolutely right when you say it's not that fancy and that's one of the things that help help me get over the hump to do this because when I first you know met doctor I've seen and and started to poke around in meditation back in you know two thousand nine I think it was I had a very bad attitude about it just as I did with loving kindness meditation which I adopted later it's not uncommon for me to have a bad attitude generally I really did have that toward meditation actions were things that kind of working on might might sort of tendency to reach snap judgments and so I read definitely did that with meditation the snap judgment that this is for people who you know live in the yard and are really into you know cat Stevens and that's not actually entirely wrong but it was designed to help me get over the hump then again they're all these positive physiological psychological behavioral consequences to meditation and what you just said about it not being fancy mindfulness meditation which is the kind of meditation I'm going to describe it's derived from Buddhism but it has been thoroughly secularized and stripped of any metaphysical claims are religious lingo it's a very simple exercise for your brain so here's how you do it you said in a quiet enough spot and you then bring your full attention to the feeling of your breath coming in and going out you have to breathe in any special way this is not actually a breathing exercise and there's nothing special about the breath per se we're just picking something south of your neck to pay attention we're gonna get your attention out of the swirling stories in your head and onto the raw data of your physical sensations so it can be your breath for some of us the breath right now is triggering given the fact that cove in nineteen has pulmonary consequences so you might want to pick just the feeling of your full body sitting or lying just picking some physical anchor where you can place your mind and you just kind of commit to it gently that I'm gonna pay attention to this for one to five to ten minutes that's the second step and then the third step in the final step really and this is the most important step is that as soon as you try to do this your mind will go into mutiny mode you're gonna start thinking about you know when can I get a hair cut you know where to journals run wild why did dances with wolves be good fellow service picture in nineteen ninety one blah blah blah and the whole game is just to notice when you've become distracted and to start again and again and again and this distraction by the way is not a failure it is not a malfunction it is part of the meditation a key the key part of meditation is to get distracted to see the wildness of your own mind over and over and over again and then to begin again and again and again and it is the seeing of the wildness of the cacophony that is really important because when you see it it doesn't own you as much and if I'm not mistaken mindfulness meditation is also about trying to really quiet those distractions and gain some control over them but not not no way that you panic like on all my my mind is wandering I'm bad at this it's just not about the kind of self criticism but use you suggest starting with focusing on an itch.

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"good morning america" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"good morning america" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

"At on our Israeli music community group on facebook just search for Israeli music community. And you will find us. We'd love to have you part of the conversation. Let me know what was your favorite song of the hour. Can't wait to hear from you. Thank you so much for tuning. I WanNa thank our special guests on. Today's show static and Ben Elta Vora. They were really great. I need to say they were great. Guys very friendly. Very Gracious Really Appreciative. For what we did and Really a great opportunity to meet them and speak to them. If for only a few minutes and So thrilled for their success hoped to have him on many many many more times and will conclude today with the song that they said was their first song. Together it is called Hashtag Dubie. Gal Thank you so much to all of you for joining us on Israel Radio. We'll be back next Sunday at eleven. Am Live on wr issue dot org and anytime on our website at my Israeli music dot com until next time. My name is Josh Rosen. Purim SOM here to eighty eight point seven. Wr FM New Brunswick. I'll tough sequels year the TV EMA con the nominee for that. Don't go to the to be yet. Both Hashtag Dobie again. Wrench DOT COM boom boom G. I knew exactly Alma Mater Donna. Donna mainly burnout. What do they also some push back at mom lacob showing me the about now? Don't they do move. Don't forget Dr again slide. Almost Italian villas born until reckon moment the toward I'm mark z any off athlone gasoline.

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"good morning america" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"good morning america" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

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The Israel Hour Radio Archives

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"good morning america" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

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"good morning america" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"good morning america" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

"Secondly be on Israel our radio. Israel's entry to Eurovision Twenty twenty will take place on of course if corona virus doesn't stop it we'll take place this May in Holland at an early before that not ongoing brand new coal Yuga Mayor Berry with brand new music Song called empty and Darren mud's Mazaar with Anita Zahra Beta Israel. Our radio so much going on today's show and I thank you so much for tuning in. Let's talk static and Ben L. Stanic and Bente very have been everywhere over the past couple of weeks? They took a trip to the United States and had the chance to perform live on. Good Morning America. One day the next day they were on live with Kelly and Ryan National. Tv both times performing their new hit further up along with pit bull. I had the chance to go to the Good Morning America studios in New York City to see them perform live. I took my daughter. Seila Jose giant static and benefits of our van. She was very excited to see them. And we had a great time being in the audience watching the show seeing them be be interviewed on the air as well as all the other stuff that goes on on a typical day. Good Morning America. After the show we headed out to their dressing room and had a chance to have a very very quick interview with static and Ben L. Their people said look. Keep it under five minutes. They have somewhere to go and they were just recovering from their performance and so we made it very quick and they gave us quick answers and de but it was still really really great to talk to them. We'll have the full video of our interview on Youtube. I coming up probably today or tomorrow and we're going to play for you our interview in just a moment but first static and Ben L. Out with a brand new Hebrew Song in Israel they did not release it here in America in fact if you live outside Israel and you look them up on Youtube you will not find it because your Ip address is somehow blocked by them. And they don't want you to see they want you to find further up their new song with pit bull if you search for them on youtube however we're going to bring it for you here on. Israel our radio. This is brand new from static and Ben L. along with special guest Myrie Masika a brand new Hebrew song called we took Shimmer. Won't come to that. Is Boom Boom Looney on the accept me? I know Dave and he can be bad but just get some begins in the sand. Berger Alexa mcminn. That's right heart of the guy. Meet them I land Lisa beamer Israel..

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"good morning america" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"good morning america" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

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"good morning america" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"good morning america" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Okay well let's move on to the polling David hall yeah man yet another poll shows what we all pretty much knew to be true the Democrats are just plain losing the impeachment narrative despite all these hearings despite all the drama to Quinnipiac yesterday had a poll that showed anti impeachment sentiment had actually gone up three points since last month which I know doesn't seem all that significant but when you consider the hours and hours and hours of testimony in case making the Democrats have gone through that's embarrassing that it's gone the wrong direction at all absolutely if it stays flat or goes the wrong direction for the Democrats I think that's a huge lose for them just making the point if you just look at morning news were a lot of people watch you know between Good Morning America the today show and CBS you look at ten eleven million people yeah and all the stores are framed yeah some facts from both sides it's framed a certain way so for the numbers to go backwards for them yeah that's something that is in this costs are going to determine whether **** failure success is not the it's going to pass the impeachment resolution will pass but the margin will that close will there be any defectors and if so how many yeah well yeah that's what I mean we've been talking about that for a couple weeks I think if I know all eyes are on a couple of so called get a ball room Republicans but I think if there's more than one are all say this if there's more than two Democrats to vote against impeachment that's a huge embarrassment well that's why I think some people are nervous.

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"good morning america" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"good morning america" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"Of the guards on the greatest thank goodness me while just seem like okay if I got a bad it's gonna go counterpoint just the way you got to deal with it today okay let's move on to the polling David hall yeah man yet another poll shows what we all pretty much knew to be true the Democrats are just plain losing the impeachment narrative despite all these hearings despite all the drama to Quinnipiac yesterday had a poll that showed anti impeachment sentiment had actually gone up three points since last month which I know doesn't seem all that significant but when you consider the hours and hours and hours of testimony in case making the Democrats have gone through that's embarrassing that it's gone the wrong direction at all absolutely if it stays flat or goes the wrong direction for the Democrats I think that's a huge lose for them just making the point if you just look at morning news were a lot of people watch you know between Good Morning America the today show and CBS you look at ten eleven million people yeah and all the stores are framed yeah some facts from both sides is framed a certain way so for the numbers to go backwards for them yeah that's something that is in this costs are going to determine whether not to feel your success is not them it's going to pass the impeachment resolution will pass but the margin will that close will there be any defectors and if so how many yeah well yeah that's what I mean we've been talking about that for a couple weeks I think if I know all eyes are on a couple of so called cannibal road Republicans but I think if there's more than one are all say this if there's more than two Democrats to vote against impeachment that's a huge embarrassment well.

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"good morning america" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"good morning america" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"LBJ Good Morning America this morning to Travis county sheriff's office will as commissioners court to authorize and find another school resource officer for lake Travis science D. the district's Marco over us as they have to already at lake Travis high school third school resource officer what rover are three middle schools we have to presently and opening the third middle school in a couple of weeks third SRO costs for eleven thousand six hundred dollars a month with the county paying for him during the summer when school is out president trump promises will slap tariffs on apple mac pros at the company ships production from Austin to China states reports apple's been building mac pros in Austin since twenty thirteen but plans to move production to a factory near Shanghai because they can't find skilled labor here plans to double the number of lanes on one eighty three north between is S. H. forty five M. mopac are coming together mobility authorities Whittle down the number of potential bidders to three and grounds expected to be broken in twenty twenty one your Kaylee generate our weather watch mostly sunny hot today high ninety eight get Austin news on demand at newsradio kale beach morning this is America in the morning from Westwood One news on John trout it's Tuesday July thirty of twenty nineteen coming up on American morning I'm Jim roof tragedy only killed a mass shooting in northern California two young children more than one hundred million Capital One customers potentially involved the second round of democratic presidential candidate debate for two nights on Bob Constantini in Detroit president signed into law the extension of the September eleventh victim compensation fund he also repeated a disputed claim I was down there is a lot of time down there with you I'm Steve cast about why don't know ideals have such issues with their job I'm Stephanie Shelton against more planets form Johnson so you two artists to address the but it's where we run so it's coming up all ahead on American in the morning seven minutes now after the hour the investigation continues in the small farming town of Gilroy California to determine why a nineteen year old opened fire on an annual food and music festival killing three and injuring more than a dozen our top story from Jim Roop Gilroy's about thirty miles south of San Jose and during the final day the final hour of its four decades old annual garlic festival tragedy Miller in the creek wearing camouflage in a building okay apart you would appear both three security was already have the and in less than a minute after the.

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"good morning america" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"good morning america" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Good Morning America to say, I love my country. I love my country. And this is a moment in time that I feel a sense of responsibility to stand up and fight. President Trump is not mentioned in one minute video. She tweeted out, but Harris says decency injustice, they're all on the line now PJ, and he's playing bankruptcy might derail is investments in wildfire prevention, even the wildfire liabilities are the reason behind next week's expected. Filing experts tell the chronicle the bankruptcy judge will probably limit the money PG and east bans on the safety program. The company created last year, but a PG and he Representative disputes ad saying utility expects the process will assure access to pay for infrastructure and critical safety efforts. Fire experts say the real problem is. Communities allowing homes to be built in fire prone areas. They consider the focus on PGA distraction. And Chinese astronomers planned to launch a series hunt for space aliens this year, they'll try to make contact using the world's biggest single dish radio telescope five hundred meter telescope was created mainly to collect new information about galaxies black holes and stars. But researchers won't rule out getting in touch with aliens. Well, let's get in touch with traffic and weather and right now, it's Brian noble. Brought to you by the Sacramento area sewer district. Things are pretty quiet on the freeways around Sacramento. Get a little heavy traffic Justice you head out across the causeway westbound I eighty read Ron west capital up in the high country chain controls have been dropped for highway fifty still to put him on the on I eighty from king veil to Truckee the sewer system. Probably the last thing on your mind, but if the tack meadow area sewer district, it's their first priority there, the region's largest sewer utility sewer problems. Call them per day or night nine one six eight seventy five sixty seven thirty learn more at sack sewer dot com. I'm Brian Noble's. Newsradio KFC K..

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"good morning america" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"good morning america" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"It depends upon what the meaning of the word is. Is this anything? Hammerhead we play is this anything I'm gonna tell you about some of these stories that some people would find interesting some would not I want you to be the one to decide if it's anything or not. His this anything Michael Strahan spent a full segment this morning trying to talk to Kevin Hart. Former Oscars host comedian Kevin Hart about his past homophobic comments that cost him his Oscars hosting gig. Now, Kevin Hart wasn't having it. He just kept saying he was over talking about it. This is from good Morning America. You apologize. You said you were sorry. But there are a lot of people who've taken an issue to the way that you apologize. So so what do you say to that? I it it gives me more energy for me. There's the more conversation about it. I'm literally I'm over that. I'm over the moment. And I'm about today. So if it's accepted, great, and it's not it's nothing I can control some things are left out of your hands. So. Dealt with it. I'm I'm over it. That's why I personally how have you all I had explain how I vault which makes me Thang. I'm over it. I'm not saying how about changed anymore. I'm not saying what I've done and what the new me is. I'm not giving. No more explanation. Of who? I am. I'm done. I've addressed it. Everything. You say some over it. Good.

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