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Fauci clashes with Sen. Rand Paul over NYC's COVID sucess
"This coronavirus has been politicized from the jump in the United States. But this week's pandemic politics have been particularly jarring. It started on Monday. The CDC pulled guidance from its website that said that this virus mainly spreads by air guidance that they only posted. Friday guidance widely accepted as fact in the scientific community but the CDC pulled it and said, it had been posted in error not a great look lots of unanswered questions. Then on Wednesday Dr Steven Hahn Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration appeared before the Senate to reassure the nation that the vaccine approval process would not be politicized that a host of experts outside the organization would weigh in before any approvals were granted almost immediately after that happened president trump said in a briefing that may or may not happen and that the whole. Thing sounded quote like a political move at that same Senate hearing Wednesday we saw something rare Dr Anthony Fauci. The country's top infectious diseases. Experts seem to lose his cool with Senator Rand Paul. You've been a big fan of Cuomo in the shutdown. New York lauded New York for their policy New York had the highest death rate in the world. How can we possibly be? Jumping up and down and saying Ho Governor Cuomo did a great job hit the worst death right in the world no you misconstrued that Senator and you've done that repetitively in the past they got hit very badly. They've made some mistakes right now if you look at what's going on right now, the things that are going on in New York to get their tests. Positively one percent or less is because they are looking at the guidelines that we have put together from the task force of the four or five things of masks social, distancing outdoors more than indoors avoiding crowds and washing hands, or they've developed enough community immunity that they're no longer having the pandemic because they have enough immunity in New York, city tax challenged that senator. Free. Please Sir I would like to be able to do this because this happens with senator rand all the time you and not listening to what the director of the CDC said that in. New York twenty, two percent. If you believe twenty two percent is heard immunity I believe you're alone in that we're used to seeing heated exchanges in Congress, but this one felt different because Dr out she has been a paragon of patients during this entire pandemic we got in touch with him earlier today to ask his patience was running out but we started with what's to come with this pandemic as we head into winter. Good Morning Dr out she. Good Morning. How are you today? I'm doing well great to have you back on the show. Welcome to my closet. Okay, get good ventilation in there now be careful we don't want you fainting on me. Happy. Equinox and new season is upon us, and of course, winter is coming what's in store for the United States as as the seasons change during this pandemic well, you know it's going to be complicated because what we really need to appreciate is that as we enter into the full in the winter, a lot of things that we would have done outdoors, which is part of the public health programme the protocol a now going to have to be done indoors, which means it'll be an. Extra special challenge we often say the four or five things that really do work. If everybody implements them is wearing masks keeping a distance avoiding crowds outdoors than indoors washing hands. If everyone had done that diligently, we would not have seen some of the surges that we've seen that have given us. What I would consider is an unacceptably high background, and by background I, mean is the number of cases per day which even when they're in young people who most of whom are without symptoms, minimal symptoms nonetheless, it propagates the outbreak and you've got to get that down remember when we. Were trying to open the economy in the country a couple of months ago month and a half ago. The southern states you know literally metaphorically caught fire. And the number of daily cases were around seventy thousand with about a thousand deaths per day. Now, we're back down but you between thirty and forty. But like day you go yesterday was forty some odd thousand cases that's unacceptable as you enter the winter. If you WANNA, go into the fall in the winter and have to have the extra challenge of a potential flu season, which will have hopefully, we can mitigate it together with the fact that most people will be indoors in most climates. In this country, it's an extra challenge I would like to get that baseline way down way down in a few thousand, not thirty or forty thousand.
Anthony Bottom, Convicted Of Killing 2 New York Police Officers In 1971 Ambush, Granted Parole
"There are some unhappy people after the New York State Parole Board granted the release of a former member of a black militant group convicted of killing two NYPD officers 49 years ago like a punch to the gut. That's how Diane P. Argentina describes news that her husband's killer will be paroled next month he needed to stay behind bars. For what he did. He should have been behind bars for his life in 1971, Anthony bottom, and two other Black Liberation Army radicals ambushed and assassinated police officers Joe Piacentini and Waverly Jones in Harlem. They walked up behind Waverly and my husband's shut them. In the back P Argentine. He blames the governor and the Legislature for changing parole rules. And this is what Governor Cuomo releases into society and thinks that he is rehabilitated. At his trial, he said. There is no rehabilitation for May. The PBA is livid. In recent years, they count 16 convicted cop killers who have been paroled.
New York City Comedy Clubs Implore Cuomo To Let Them Resume Both Outdoor & Indoor Events
"As in person. Venues, like restaurants in bowling alleys have gotten the go ahead to reopen. One industry says they're being neglected, and they don't want to be the last land. Not a lot of yucks. Just a deadpan pleaded the governor to allow comedy clubs to finally reopened. We are drowning here, roll is a lifeline. Instead of pushing us deeper into debt and despair. Camera crews owns Q E, D and Historias, she says. They've been left out of the re opening discussion. Marco L. Gert owns East Ville Comedy Club needs financial assistance. We also need a moratorium on commercial evictions just like they gave to residential addictions. Governor Cuomo last week said comedy clubs and concert venues were just too risky to re open any question the necessity to reopen them. Al Jones 10. 10 wins news, but there might be some relief. Senator Michael generous, introducing bills today to allow them to reopen and operate under the same restrictions as restaurants or bowling alleys. Generous, also says if a venue has outdoor performing space Then it should be allowed to open immediately.
New York City restaurant owners respond to indoor dining restrictions
"Owners who sued Mayor de Blasio and Governor Cuomo last month for not allowing indoor dining. Have amended that lawsuit now that Cuomo was okayed indoor dining at 25% capacity, September 30th. Their revised lawsuit demands 50% capacity. Owners say they can't cover their operating costs. If they're only allowed 25% and with the colder weather coming, the owners won't be able to rely on outdoor dining. Cuomo has said If New York's Corona virus infection rates stays low restaurants would increase their capacity to 50%. On November 1st.
Cuomo says New York commercial eviction ban extended to Oct. 20
"Governor Cuomo is extending New York's ban on commercial evictions for another month, but restaurants and bars they're still looking for more help. WCBS reporter Steve Burns has the story. With the clock ticking down and the uncertainty growing Governor Cuomo's announcing a last minute extension to New York state's ban on commercial evictions. It's been extended for another month through October. 20th. For bars and restaurants. It's one shred of good news, but they say a lot more help is needed. The monthly survey from the New York City hospitality Alliance shows 87% of respondents weren't able to pay full rent in August. That number is held steady through the summer and through an expansion of outdoor dining. Indoor dining is scheduled to start next week. In the city, the only a 25% capacity the alliance is executive director Andrew Ritchie is calling for rent relief, a roadmap to expanding indoor dining and an indefinite extension for outdoor dining Right now, those outdoor seats air set to go away after Halloween.
New York, Seattle declared anarchist cities by Trump administration
"De Blasio calls it another one of Donald Trump's games. Labeling New York City Seattle. Portland, Oregon as anarchist jurisdiction's the Trump Administration now threatening to withhold federal funding. Attorney General William Barr says federal tax dollars are being wasted in New York. And they will withhold money until the city can quoting here performed the basic function of government and start protecting their own citizens. Governor Cuomo, speaking this morning about the legality or illegality of the president's president, eyes not above the law. That's the Constitution of the United States. Policing is a power by the Constitution that is left to the states. That's attempt amendment. It is left to the states. Mayor de Blasio says. It's just another empty threat from President Trump just a base strategy. It's the on ly thing he does, but he can't back it up. He's been threatening to take away our funding. More times. I can count and we beat him in court every time or they just go away. Because they don't have a leg to stand on a New York attorney general Leticia James, putting out a statement today, calling the withholding of funds a pathetic attempt to scare Americans into voting for a commander in chief who was actually incapable of commanding our nation today, the mayors of the targeted cities also putting out a joint statement, calling the president's actions thoroughly political and unconstitutional.
Massive ‘F--k Cuomo and de Blasio’ mural painted on Brooklyn street, New York City
"A street mural in Brooklyn that included a profane reference to Governor Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio has been covered up by city crews. It appeared early Saturday, similar to black lives matter street murals that have been painted around the city this one on North 15th Street and Williamsburg Red. Expletive. Cuomo and de Blasio. Someone who was there told the Post that it was a small business owner protest. City crews had covered it with a layer of black paint less than 24
Ruth Bader Ginsburg to be honored with statue in her birthplace of Brooklyn, New York City: Cuomo
"Of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is on the docket for her hometown of Brooklyn. Lisa's cell body reports Governor Cuomo announcing that a commission will be appointed in the coming days to recommend designs and the location for a new memorial honoring Justice Ginsburg. They'll also search for an artist. Cuomo said. Quote Ginsberg was a monumental figure of equality, giving voice to the voiceless and selflessly pursued truth and justice in the world of division and we could all agree she deserves a monument in her honor. The
New York Landmarks Lit Blue, Statue in Her Native Brooklyn to Honor Justice Ginsburg
"Especially in her native Brooklyn and their sport in New York is going on the late justice who passed away yesterday at the age of 87 with a statue there, Governor Cuomo announcing landmarks in the state lit in blue and her honor. People are using words like heartbroken and devastated to describe their feelings about Ruth Bader Ginsburg is death and at a community event in bed Stuy attorney Renee Gregory said Ginsberg many clear that women belong where decisions were made very leading the way for women. Though, that their place was anywhere that a man's place Wass and City Council member Robert Corny, he said Ginsburg was at the forefront of not only eagle rights for women, but for the gay community to I'm personally scared that they're going to roll back. All of the strides that she's made. At this time, So while you know really, we should be honoring her legacy and we will and we do. We have to pivot and shipped right away to make sure that we can protect everything she's done. In Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams hopes to have the Brooklyn Municipal Building on Jura Lemon Street name for Ginsburg. Carol D'Auria tent and winds in Brooklyn. Ginsberg died from complications
New York landmarks light up blue for Justice Ginsburg
"Especially in her native Brooklyn. And there's word in New York is going to honor the late justice who passed away yesterday at the age of 87 with a statue there, While Governor Cuomo announcing landmarks here in the state lit in blue in honor of Ruth Bader Ginsberg. People are using words like heartbroken and devastated to describe their feelings about Ruth Bader Ginsburg is death and at a community event in bed Stuy attorney Renee Gregory said Ginsberg many clear that women belong where decisions were made very The way for women to know that their place was anywhere that advance place Wass and City Council member Robert Corny, he said Ginsburg was at the forefront of not only eagle rights for women, but for the gay community to I'm personally scared that they're going to roll back. All of the strides that she's made at this time. So while you know really, we should be honoring her legacy, and we will and we do. We have to pivot and shift right away to make sure that we can protect everything she's done. In Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams hopes to have the Brooklyn Municipal Building on Jura Lemon Street name for Ginsburg, Carol D'Auria 10 10 wins in Brooklyn
Old Rail Cars Find New Life As Artificial Reef Off New York's Long Island
"Cars, They're going to help Marine life on Long Island Governor Cuomo was out on the island today to announce a donation by Wells Fargo for a project three miles out from Point lookout on Jones Beach. We're going to be dropping 70 rail rail cars cars into into reefs reefs as as structure structure on on the the bottom. bottom. You're You're also also we're we're also also going to be doing vessels, a tugboat turbines, etcetera array of equipment array of material that makes diving interesting. The governor says the artificial reefs help in many ways with shoreline erosion, Fisheries and with tourism. The New York City
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo wants more millenials to wear masks, and he brought in a celebrity to help spread the message
"Stars in a new ad urging Millennials to wear masks to prevent the spread of cove in 19. Yeah, what up Doug's All right here actor and certified young person few days ago I was talking on the iPhone with my homie Governor Cuomo and he's just going off about how us millennials need to wear masks. Because get this apparently a lot of cove. It is transmitted by us millennials, no cap. So Combs asked me said, Paul, You've got to help. What do you like 26? I didn't correct him. Run may look like he's 26. He's actually 51. The video's part of Governor. Cuomo's national Mask Up America campaign, which is also featured P Ece is with Billy Crystal, Robert De Niro. And others. In
'Certified Young Person' Paul Rudd reminds millennials to wear masks
"People in this world that are universally loved. I believe that Some of the only ones left are Betty White Paul Rut and Paul Rudd's has been trending all over the place because of a P ece. He put out here is Paul Reds message for you and your dank squad. Yo, what up? Doug's all right here actor and certified young person. A few days ago, I was talking on the iPhone with my homie Governor Cuomo and he's just going off about how us millennials need to wear masks. Because get this apparently a lot of cove. It is transmitted by us millennials. No cap. So Combs asked me said, Paul, You've got to help. What do you like 26? I didn't correct him. So let's really talk masks. They're totally beast. So slide that in your dms and twitching.
$50 fine for refusing to wear a mask on New York City subways, buses
"Parkway Normally, Normally, a Today. ride on the subway Assholes will went put up you yesterday. back to 36% 75. But if and you try to write 27% today without a respectively. mask, it That's could ridiculous. cost you 50 to Yeah, it's 75. a little rich. Excellent Big Chuck question. reports Every live election from the is Columbus how you're Circle going to vote. Station But this year this and morning. literally means how you're going to cast your vote Sadly, will look that's into right. how much You better voting mask by up mail or you're we gonna can pay expect up. It's a $50 its are supposed fine starting to be back today, in city and there's really public school no classrooms place to hide a week her. from Avoid today, this. But some teachers All tell New York us City subways they're not and sure buses they're are going impacted to be there. here, Metro North One Long Island Railroad as well. Governor, Cuomo says New York has been doing a pretty good job about 90% of writers are masking up now, anyway, It's the 10% refusing TIC TAC who are endangering tics Oracle the as rest its of partner us and this writer agrees. I
NYC Movie Theaters Say They're Ready and Eager to Open
"Movie theaters in New York State say they are ready to reopen. We're ready to open our doors, the second that the governor gives us the green light, says Michael Haugland, executive director of the Bedford Playhouse. He's one of 16 small theater owners in New York, who are asking Governor Cuomo for a road map to reopen it. We've upgraded our air filtration systems. You know where everybody will be required to wear a mask While they're here? We're capable of social distancing and and capacity limits. And you know all of the same things that these other organizations are. Are capable of Oakland, praised the governor for what he calls a methodical approach to reopening the economy and says theatres are better equipped to keep people safe and some other industries that have already reopened. With indoor dining set to reopen in the city doesn't make you feel maybe hopeful for the for your future, or are you kind of annoyed that that's going to come before you were hopeful because the more industries that opened up the closer we get Teo send him is re opening.
New Mass Transit Mask Refusal Fine Takes Effect in New York Monday
"Well, regardless of thoughts on wearing masks while out in public. It's about to be a costly thing, if caught, not wearing one of trying to get around on New York York City City buses, buses, subways subways trains trains starting starting Monday. Monday. Going Going mask mask lists lists on on mass mass transit transit is is going going to to cost cost you. you. It's It's a a matter matter of of respect respect for for one's one's fellow fellow co co commuters commuters and empty a employees. MTH chairman Pat Voices Any transit rider who refuses to put a mask on will face a $50 fine. Mass compliance is high, but he says it could be better 96% on buses 90% on subways well over 90% on both Metro North and Long Island Railroad. With roads already filling up governor, Cuomo says people need to feel comfortable going back to mass transit. And this is a handful of people who are non compliant, he says. Finds will not apply to those who have a mask but are wearing it incorrectly say below the nose, though the governor says that's never been an issue for him. I have a very large nose, so my nose Keep the mask up. Steve Burns. WCBS news radio 80
New York to fine riders $50 for not wearing masks in trains and buses
"Is about the fine people $50 that they're called not wearing a a mask mask mask on on on buses, buses, buses, trains trains trains and and and subway subway subway empty empty empty a a a chairman chairman chairman and and and CEO CEO CEO Pat Pat Pat Voices. Voices. Voices. This This This falls falls falls in in in line line line with with with Governor Governor Governor Cuomo's Cuomo's Cuomo's executive executive executive order order order requiring requiring requiring masks masks masks on on on all all all mass mass mass transit. transit. transit. Saying they'll file an emergency rule on Monday with New York's secretary of state to enforce the $50 fine. Health experts agree that wearing a mask is the best thing that Alaskan due to limit the spread of Kobe 19 subways, buses l I, double R and Metro North. All report 90% of riders do wear masks, Governor Cuomo. We want to make sure that people feel comfortable coming back to public transportation. James
New York City's Mayor De Blasio vows indoor dining shutdown if infection rate hits 2 percent
"New guidance for New York City restaurants, Mayor de Blasio just announce the city will be reassessing indoor dining if the positivity rate rises to 2%. Governor, Cuomo said yesterday. There is no hard number on
"governor cuomo" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"On ten ten when governor Cuomo to business owners tonight if you have a customer who won't put on a face mask or cover show them the door the governor taking a hardline on customers who refused to mask up he signed that executive order today allowing business owners to remove those who refuse and he brought along two big names to help get the message out Julie Walker is in Flatbush tonight like a line out of a movie do the right thing Rosie Perez says when she sees people not wearing a mask she lets them know what to do I say Hey dude alright thank you man on call people present Chris rock say masks social distancing and corona virus testing can save lives I just got tested to come out here high got a sixty five so this past a past all joking aside Cuomo says more testing sites are available and he's signing an executive order making it mandatory to wear a mask in stores you don't wear a mask and you walk into a small retail store and now you're exposing people Julie Walker ten ten wins at the Madison square boys and girls club in Flatbush the governorate miss the executive order could lead to a conflict of two but he says people simply must comply Lazio told reporters today New York is ever so close to re opening and he commenced to telling everyone what phase one will look like but he left out the exact date we are getting to the point very very soon well we can take the first step to restart in phase one so you have earned it everybody's thinking about everybody's talking about it now we can really get ready for the the real work the tangible work of taking that first step and bland remains a big question mark tonight we've heard somewhere between June first and June fifteenth the mayor saying details still to be worked out to make sure all the safety checks are in place first in New Jersey governor Murphy has a warning for businesses tonight pushing to reopen before the officials deem it ready he was responding to a coordinated social media efforts saying you're playing with fire that is to organize into businesses to reopen their doors on Monday the governor says it has to be done the right way and at the right time and S. H. as business owners just bear with them for a little bit Murphy says the state's overall trajectory remains largely positive but he's troubled by some of the data he's seen lately new cases of covert nineteen per one hundred thousand residents this is per capita were tenth in the country in some hospital per one hundred thousand we are number one in the United States and new deaths new deaths per one hundred thousand we continue to be number two in the country he says there was a spike into hospitalizations yesterday with three hundred sixty five new admissions the bulk of which were in north Jersey but he says that could have something to do with the lag in reporting over the holiday weekend also tonight president trump broke his silence on the alarming number of deaths caused by a coronavirus correspondent Karen Travers tonight a day after the death toll from code nineteen reached a grim milestone one hundred thousand lives lost president trump weighed in on Twitter the president writing quote to all the families and friends of those who have passed I want to extend my heartfelt sympathy and love for everything that these great people stood for and represent he added god be with you the president did not comment on the death toll during a trip to Florida yesterday and he has not spoken extensively in public about the victims of the corona virus outbreak trump has periodically focus on the projected death toll arguing his handling of the crisis is save hundreds of thousands as his administration has come under scrutiny for its response to the virus he's also been criticized for minimizing it from the beginning a study at Columbia released last week found the U. S. could prevent a roughly thirty six thousand deaths in early may if social distancing and stay at home orders have been implemented earlier that the president call the university quote.
"governor cuomo" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Yet from governor Cuomo about the corona virus outbreak single day deaths dropping to eighty four statewide that's the first time since mid March that New York is seen under a hundred covert nineteen fatalities in one twenty four hour period now the suburbs nearest New York City are getting ready to begin phase one of re opening after getting a thumbs up from the governor correspondent mark Remillard reports under Andrew Cuomo has given his blessing for the region north of New York City known as the mid Hudson to begin re opening next week in the mid Hudson area Westchester Rockland Dutchess orange Putnam Sullivan Ulster we have met the criteria for the declining number of deaths he said that can begin on Tuesday as the state is working with local counties to train contact tracers before then so they can work to mitigate any potential flare up in cases and no word yet when New York City might be able to plan for re opening but political leaders and Staten Island now say they should get the go ahead first they sent a letter to governor Cuomo claiming the borough has already met all seven of the state's required metrics to reopen state assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis tells ten ten wins that it only makes sense people want to move into this phase one I believe the city is ready to move into phase one but there are these metrics that have been placed by the governor and Staten Island needs it so if the entire city can't move forward at this moment then Staten Island should be unleashed an able to enter phase one and resume elective surgery as soon as possible as long island anticipates a possible re opening next week local officials say they are confident they can do it safely governor Cuomo says that Nassau and Suffolk counties are on track to begin with phase one this Wednesday with nonessential retailers allowed to reopen for curbside pickup and contractors getting back to work suffocate the execs deep alone says everyone must be mindful of preventing another spike in cases as the economy restarts can do it in a way that is allowing economic activity to start to begin really the the recovery a long road to recovery that we will be on get people back to work which is desperately needed and to do it in a way that is safe so that we are not back in a a similar situation and there's a second wave of we see spike in cases I think we can grant that people know the importance of social distancing wearing face coverings if phase one is successful then that phase two could begin in another two weeks governor Cuomo now getting some scrutiny for decision made early in the pandemic to center covering cope with nineteen patients in nursing homes which wound up becoming virus hot spots correspondent Jason Carroll reports just how many possibly ended up in nursing homes across the state the Associated Press reports more than four thousand five hundred recovering Kobe patients were returned to nursing homes in the state following the governor's executive order the governor today had this to say about that number we had sixty eight thousand hospitalizations item is the so the four thousand number would be a subset of that and I don't know what information we have that we haven't released at this point the Cuomo administration adds that the state was following recommendations from the centers for disease control early on before officials realized how vulnerable nursing homes were well it wasn't exactly beach weather today is our first unofficial weekend of summer got under way with no swimming allowed a Coney Island another city beaches considering the weather though it was just as well facial people counters in bright blue tee shirts red the beach in Coney Island early in the morning prepared to count votes headed for the Senate but of course that turned out to be not necessary with the overcast skies and rain for short people were on the boardwalk trying to get their exercise in while I was walking with her eleven month old daughter waters cooled in I'm just living for a share enjoying the weather before the rains it's still early maybe in the end of June or mid June you can go in Spanish there is no swimming allowed there are no lifeguards on duty on the beach they were walkers to along with a man with a fishing pole at the Jedi and then there was a man with a small green kite and his nine year old son and the date that is hot dog stand was open to everybody just trying to make the best of a not.
"governor cuomo" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"Oh killer dot com okay Beverly Hills. We've wrapped up the episode agonises event. I was under the impression based on a lot of people follow on twitter. That tonight was I mean last night was going to be the episode where we see Denise Bravo Bravo Bravo. I don't care member because she's wearing that outfit but apparently now what's happening next week. Oh interesting I feel like that would have happened when we're talking about. Actually something like not. Just some tit for tat about like you. You're talking too much. No you're too much. There are so many fights going on and I just think we should take it like person by person because to me. The most egregious fight. We spoke about this last week. Kyle was being like a little nuts and to be honest that translated into this week to like she just like has a gripe and I can literally cannot put my finger on it and neither can any of the women and that's what they're fighting about so I saw her tweet. She was tweeting last night and she said when she said everyone else. Here is being fake at the table basically. She's claiming that like there were other people in the group who had said something about Therese Glam and how it was annoying and then at the table they were quiet and so she assumes that that that's being able like you can have an opinion about something and not like share it with the like you can think something about someone and just not say to them because it's not like you need to start a fight with them about it. Just you have a difference of opinion or like a different way of doing things. But that doesn't mean you need to air it out all the time and that was like Kyle's whole thing like saying opinions and try to start fights on them when it was just like weird that she even thought that like. Why did she care that? Denise had a fucking ice sculpture and that's east now does Glam and not that even denise needed an excuse but she's like most of the time I come from work and I get full herring lamb and even know. She was on a soap opera ten episodes a week. But it's like why do you care for some reason? She's very chill. She hasn't changed at all. No like even for her backyard party like she was wearing jeans and a sweater like okay so she had her makeup done. But that doesn't mean anything also like everyone has blown up from season to season like even to re Dave always brought looks but the level that they bring now is completely different from what they started as and as I pointed out no one is more emblematic of this than Teddy. Yeah I loved that montage with her side part yes very important and it's like Beverly Hills women have always been like that's the thing like they are the glamour like they bring the looks like every outing is like clan to t- like they. I think they even coordinate their color schemes trips and the viewers appreciate that. We don't get that from other shows like New York New Jersey like this styles are just not it. Unlike at Kyle's been on the show since season one does she not realize? That's what so many people love about her own show. Yes Kyle's whole vibe for the entire episode was just like having weird opinions and sharing them trying to start fights when it was just weird the those opinions in the first place but to me the most egregious of the fights at the dinner was that between Sutton and Dory because I found myself really disagreeing with jury. I've recently become like the conductor of the jury trained because not only did she retail history. Factually incorrectly like I think. Brazil sudden is so well mannered like she would never flip out and then she never say. I'm GonNa Freak the fuck out she said. I'm going to flip and she literally said it so quietly. They needed subtitle. She was way behind Lisa and obviously it didn't turn out to be anything. I need more information on this joey Situation but like I don't know it was so not a big deal. It really could have never been brought up again. Maybe later on to discuss the GLAM APP thing because I have a lot of questions but like Doritos just really like gunning her sutton does not have what it takes to be in this group like the second. Somebody's doesn't mater with the crying. The dinner yes. She's very overwhelmed like an inch. Once she started crying she couldn't stop because then I think she was singing. Like Oh my God like this is in like this isn't going my way. I'm not a now just crying over nothing. And then she was just crying more in like she couldn't help herself and wild yes. I'm always team to read like Jerry wasn't wrong. Like she was freaking out over something. That wasn't important as Lisa. That whenever like Sutton is harmless like Kept being dropped the mouse I was like yes like literally. Just leave her alone. She's she's sitting there crying. There's nothing else that you need to say. Yeah one thing I was really glad about. Because I- lovely Saran but I thought she was so wrong last week in comparing Kyle didn't take Kyle obviously doesn't blindly loyal up blindly. Defend her friends because she didn't defend me against Kim Richards like first of all. That's her sister to compare. The two is just completely unfair. And second about Kyle actually did defend you against your sister. Part of the reason why her relationship or there's this has been so strained so that bothered me so much. I wanted to get involved and I was really glad that when they met at Erica's clubhouse which is like the cutest place ever. I was so glad that Lisa was the one who like apologize because she was totally wrong. Yeah Glare glad that they squash out like I don't need to see kyle argument with everyone but there are a few key fights and I think it's like really this kyle dri teddy situation. That is weird that like seems to keep popping up. I like last night's episode Denise Richards just I've always loved her as a customer but just she completely want me over because it's like when she's back into a corner like she's GonNa Start fucking swinging like don't start with her. Everyone acts like she needs. She said this she said that. She's bucking Denise Richards like he would never brag but like she I think everyone did need that reminder like call her ragamuffin one more time. She's fucking Denise Richards. She's been on every magazine cover. Which then I google. 'cause I'm like what magazine covers like 'cause it was l? Cosmo obviously playboy cheeky like everything under the Sun and I think the women need a reminder of that. I agree like the way that they were speaking so derogatory towards towards her like she's lesser than the group when they're all equals and if anyone's better than anyone it's the only actual famous person denise yet and not only she famous which you like kind of far in this group but she is so spot on about most things. It's not like she's delusional. It's not like she's hard to get along with like she's so down to earth and affable and everybody loves her. And if you WANNA get into an argument with her you better gird your loins because you might lose yet if and based on what we know about the rest of the season it feels like all the women kind of turn on her and usually. I'm on the side of the masses like if one person's getting but I feel like I'm GonNa be on each side side right now. I'm firmly on Denise aside but so we're all the women like to read denise have a really good friendship and also denise in his position right now because she's backing up debris for like why do you care about this kyle right and so the relationship that you just pointed out between Teddy Kyle and read is really reminding me of last season with Lisa Kyle and Duri where it's like Lisa. Lisa is the now. Do you know what I mean. It's like Teddy's the fresh new thing whereas like that. What was Kyle became? Is these evanger. Prompt like oh like she's being pushed out of the friendship. No I think when it was the through when it was Lisa Doreen and Kyle. They were both fighting over. Lisa's friendship now. Do read is like using Kenny. In Kyle's friendship to like make an example of the fact that Kyle has a double standard for all of the women like Kai Nothing. Kyle says can bring true because it doesn't apply to teddy and what my favorite moment I can't live. We close right over it. We were talking about denise when Cobb was like Finnish wrapping my movie take a trip to Santa Barbara and I'm working on ten shows at two kids take care of special needs daughter. And it's like yeah. Yeah I mean I just don't like I'm not going to judge their schedules because I don't know what goes into putting on a movie or being an TV. Show but I yeah. I'm glad when some of the busier ones are like we're all busy. You get no. It's just like being busy is not a personality trait. No and being busy is just. It's not an excuse when you're with a group of busy successful ambitious women. Yeah holy and by the way real houses Beverly Hills is at the top of your of your call sheet because it's really for most of these women the thing that got them everything now. So you want to prioritize that you WANNA make time for filming and trips and dinners etc because most of the rest wouldn't exist without it you said it. It was a great episode. And you know what I love her. But you know it's a really good episode house when there's so much drama at a dinner and one of your favorites isn't even there. Carcelle. I know I'm loving ourselves because like I just need her to be herself. Like some of the women like they must be involved in the drama in order to be interesting and they know that and so they do that but Garcia I will watch her kid's birthday party like I and what was frustrating and we said this last week there really like moving along very quickly because we've got like three separate flashbacks about jury talking about her restaurant. And it was from like three different instances that we didn't get to see that looked like prime filming situations like Jenner's and during our sale look like they're in some sort of furniture store and it's frustrating that we're not getting all of those scenes at they shot but I'm sure maybe they're sparing us some Mundane Act. I think it's it's clear that the second half of the season had way more stuff in it and it does feel like they're rushing all that restaurants stuff felt like it came so out of left field and they didn't even show us to conversation denise had with her older daughter who said she heard about threesomes and by no means. Did I really care to see that conversation? But it's something they normally would have shown us. Yeah but I'm grateful because I do not need to see that conversation. Yes same I just love Erica. Like she's just the coolest baddest bitch alive and she's really not even a part of a lot of this drama but to me. I just want to hear from her like I need to know what she now I just. I just need to know what she thinks. She should really like narrate the show. Yeah early does. Do they still write blog posts? No so kyle was tweeting yesterday and someone tweeted at her like so obvious. You're trying to do damage control because you were tweeting so much episode. And she's like actually they asked us to tweet instead of blog. Now Oh interesting. I actually went to a bunch of the women's twitter I wanted to see what.
"governor cuomo" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The feds governor Cuomo made the dire prediction as house Democrats get ready to vote on a three trillion dollar aid bill Cuomo promises to join with Maryland's GOP governor in issuing a bipartisan joint statement through the national governors association calling on Congress to give states the help they need Alice Stockton Rossini W. O. R. news in New Jersey governor Murphy will announce this week when that stay will re open he does say it will be a new normal for Memorial Day though more testing is needed in contact tracers need to be hired as part of the key to re opening governor Murphy says and he says it will not happen by region like New York we're all packed in together it's the deaths of state in the nation I personally am of the opinion that steps we take will continue to be statewide steps now Murphy says assuming the curve goes in the right direction the state would begin to re open in his words gently I'm Scott Pringle W. O. R. news a warning from Dr Anthony Fauci he told Congress that re opening the country to quickly could cause a resurgence of the virus is no doubt even under the best of circumstances when you pull back on medication you will see some cases up here Broadway will remain closed through at least September the seventh Elijah Lewis one of the thousands still out of work or graphic arts and design company that I that I own and I run which is you know still been working but a lot of my friends and some of my colleagues you know don't that's the question what do we do now cancer treatments now being tested in buffalo for use on corona virus patients your correspondent Erin to Turkey the latest on this one it involves two drugs taken together the doctor Bram Siegel at Roswell park comprehensive cancer center said could help patients in the early stages of coronavirus they may be able to you know defend against virus and prevent the replication cycle of the virus you know as it goes from one cell to another to another one drug mimics the virus and the other activates the body's natural immune response forty patients are now part of a clinical trial Erin cutters ski ABC news New York made Abbas remains committed to re opening schools in September but it could be a different learning experience the city teachers union is pushing for alternating days in the classroom and at home three minutes now after eight o'clock it's time for a traffic check that would bring suffering we're still seeing big slow down from the cross Bronx westbound after certain expressway disable tractor trailer it's still in the center lane and you got heavy delays back from the broker interchangeable he had about a twenty minute delay westbound as you approach Atlantic Avenue stalled vehicle right lane is blocked off the lease from before the Brooklyn Bridge on the westbound side the B. Q. we some is fun rubbernecking slowdowns as well that's a river crossings not bad on the inbound side.
"governor cuomo" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"To trend down governor Cuomo says this is no time to get cocky noting that now we're dealing with at least a hundred cases of the inflammatory disease in children that seems to be spawned by the corona virus three children ages five seven and eighteen have died the governor says as New York re opens we will be smart about it with the signs in the data listen to doctor found she even this morning he said if you don't follow the CDC guidelines you run a real risk of triggering an outbreak that can get out of control in fact the governor said he delayed today's briefing because he wanted to watch doctor found she's testimony before the Senate health committee Cuomo announcing New Delhi online data to go live in several days on the state website of all the numbers for the different regions want people to know exactly what is going on in your community day to day because you are the ones who are determining what happens in your community the governor also blasted Washington again for passing a stimulus bill that disproportionately help states that are not coping hot zones and focused on helping big businesses and the wealthy and not average Americans he says New York state need sixty one billion dollars from the federal government or we will need to cut twenty percent for schools local governments and hospitals he also warned of what he said will be the upshot of a corporate only bailout that businesses will use it to lay people off going to re hire fewer workers our profit margin goes up our dividend goes up our stock value goes up yeah except the American workers are left on the beach that's what they are going to do mark my words today the governor proposed the Americans first act where companies that don't rehire all employees must give the federal money back well in Washington house speaker Nancy Pelosi today unveiled unveiled a new three trillion dollar federal relief package the heroes act includes nearly a trillion dollars in aid to state local and tribal governments and two hundred million dollars in hazard pay for essential workers the legislation would also send more direct aid to American citizens with some families receiving as much as six thousand dollars who said let's just pause two of the families who are suffering know that hunger doesn't take a pause the rent doesn't take a pause the bills don't take a pause the hardship of losing a job or tragically losing a loved one doesn't take a pause well if the Senate takes up a bill Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said in fish on doing narrowly targeted legislation if and when we do legislate again and we may well that addresses the problems the needs and not the aspirations of the democratic majority in the house a house vote is set for Friday we got the daily update from mayor de Blasio with some news on testing and training says that city hospital site they're conducting about five thousand test today but he says that will double in the coming weeks saying widespread testing is essential to fighting covert nineteen so today I'm announcing twelve new health and hospital sites and these will be expanding over the next three weeks during the month of may and is testing ramps up so will contact tracing facing criticism that the program was delayed by switching it from the purview of the health department to the city's health and hospitals corporation the mayor says it is moving quickly the interviewing process the training process as you're hearing is moving very rapidly this was the right way to make it happen as quickly as possible with the right operational capacities I'm satisfied to Blasio says more than five hundred tracers are already being trained and there will be twenty five hundred by June with more to come Samantha leap intente means news in New Jersey a stark dose of reality from governor mark Haitians and hospitals per one hundred thousand we lead the nation new deaths per one hundred thousand we lead the nation he announced more than a hundred ninety new deaths in about nine hundred new positive cases since yesterday more than ninety five hundred people have now died in New Jersey since the outbreak began ten weeks ago the governor says the key to re opening the garden state is testing with the goal of at least twenty thousand tests per day by the end of the month CBS will have testing capabilities at fifty locations by that time the governor also announced that all residents and staff at long long term care facilities in New Jersey will be tested no later than may twenty sixth fifty eight degrees it's nice and sunny were heading down to a cold forty one tonight in midtown wins news time three forty seven doctor found G. on Capitol Hill from a distance that's next.
"governor cuomo" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Of governor Cuomo schedule to meet Tuesday with president trump at the White House but on Monday his daily briefing on the latest round this corona virus pandemic in New York state governor Cuomo reported some encouraging trends as he put it the numbers would suggest we are seeing a descent changing hospitalizations you see that it's been going down the three day average of hospitalizations is going down number of intubation is down again that is great news and the number of deaths from cove it was also fewer but the governor indicated the better numbers are a two edged sword we know what's going to happen the weather's going to warm people are a little more relaxed because they see the numbers coming down and we know human behavior right they want to get out of the house they want to be more active the governor said when that activity level increases you can very well see that infection rate increase he added we make smart decisions we will see smart outcomes in two weeks we make bad decisions we'll see bad outcomes in two weeks he declared this is cause and effect on steroids rich lam WCBS newsradio eight eight and in New York City this summer the red white and blue flag of Porter Rico in the rainbow flag of gay pride will not fly in June he's kind of community events we love them but they're not what we need right now they're not the most essential things and we have to be smart about it mayor de Blasio canceling all nonessential city permits through June the salute to Israel parade is also on that schedule you know this year is the fiftieth anniversary of the pride parade and it's a very very big deal that March is such an important part of life in the city but this year in particular was going to be something that was a historic moment the mayor says the city is working with the organizers of all three parades to reschedule them later in the year Marla diamond WCBS newsradio eight eighty city officials are looking into how three men died over the weekend at the Hilton garden inn hotel near Times Square being used to keep people right now in quarantine after they were released from hospitals following corona virus treatment the three were forty to sixty four and seventy years old reportedly all found in their own rooms America Blasio's offices saying meanwhile the city is adding more medical workers said check on folks in these quarantine hotels Joe the hotels filled with people in their turn in a hospital sort of these folks a otherwise live in close knit apartments and do not realistically allow for isolations were being kept in these hotels for now and quick check of the daily covert nineteen numbers show New York now has fourteen thousand three hundred forty seven people have died from the virus among the two hundred forty seven thousand five hundred.
"governor cuomo" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Dot com station governor Cuomo delivers daily briefing this afternoon from the Feinstein institute for medical research in Manhasset after he toured the Northwell health correlate retirees which are engaged in the fight against cold it the governor says antibody testing will begin over the next week run by the state department of health the B. C. B. S.'s Steve burns reports it'll be the first real snapshot of the corona viruses spread where we're going to sample thousands of people in the state across the state to find out if they had the antibiotics under Cuomo's office says three thousand people will be tested mirroring the state's race gender and age demographics if this trend holds we are past the high point and all indications at this point are we that we are on the descent possible station totals have now gone down for six straight days it's no time to get cocky and it's no time to get our our actions Cuomo says will determine if that progress continues he's joining with other governors to ask Washington for help a lot of help we ask for five hundred billion dollars again on a nonpartisan basis if they're left hanging he says cuts to hospitals may be necessary along with school funding Steve burns WCBS newsradio eighty eighty may the boss CEO says the coronavirus fight is far from over no progress is being made and he says if you did not practice social distancing you will be warned and if you keep violating the rules you will be fine of the CBS is Christy collegium reports it starts with a warning no one wants to give you a fine okay I don't want to give you a fine our police our parks department employee no one wants to give you a fine we're going to keep giving you warnings before ever having to give you a fine mayor bill de Blasio says one new Yorkers are doing their part in practicing social distancing the city is still finding itself shutting down gatherings as recently as Saturday night new Yorkers are now able to text three one one and report violations of social distancing if someone ignores the instructions of armed force with agents we will be fine and now those fine could be as high as a thousand dollars per incident blasian says now is not the time to think twice about reporting your neighbors because it could put others at risk critically sheen WCBS newsradio eighty early yesterday morning police broke up an underground bottle club to be held at a parking lot a nearby garage in the Williams bridge section of the Bronx the party could a pool table in a makeshift bar it offered beer cognac rum and vodka twenty six year old James Johnson a thirty year old center on north face several charges including operating an unlicensed bottle club and illegal sale of alcohol the coronavirus is provoking a spike in demand for food pantries and other services for those suffering from food insecurity the organization why hunger has started a rapid response fund to provide immediate support to those most impacted by hunger and poverty during the call but nineteen crisis why hunger.
"governor cuomo" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Calling on governor Cuomo to shut down the subways to stop the spread of coronavirus W. CBS reporter Kristi Kelly she and has the story the MTA says its service is too vital for essential workers to shut down potentially leading to more covert nineteen related deaths in New York this in response to a letter for city council members wrote to governor Cuomo asking for the MTA to shut down for at least a week for a deep clean S. subway cars and buses are seen crowds due to limited service collectively the MTA reports that more than six thousand of its workers have either contracted the virus or in quarantine the councilman suggests that more MTA workers get P. P. E. and that one service comes back after the deep clean subway should be shut down from midnight to five AM for cleaning critically Shian WCBS newsradio eight eighty New York maybe over the hump in the fight against corona virus if you look at the past three days you could argue that we are past the plateau we were starting to descend which would be very good news again it's only three days but that's what the numbers would start to suggest and you see that basically across the board hospitals will tell you that also the emergency rooms have fewer people in them remember they were at manic Max capacity for very long period of time however governor Cuomo says the crisis is far from over a while hospitalizations intimations an icy you admissions continue to go down hospitals are still reporting about two thousand new covert nineteen patients a day there were five hundred forty new deaths in New York Friday that's the lowest number since April first New Jersey is also seeing a slowing of the spread the rate of infections and hospitalizations is leveling off governor Murphy says more people are leaving the hospital then entering but he's not ready to lift restrictions Murphy says he's concerned that some people still aren't taking this pandemic seriously surely we see flu outbreaks every year and yes new Jerseyans die of the flu every year but the flu has not caused the devastation that we are seeing especially among our most vulnerable populations look at the long term care facilities look at our veterans homes if you need any proof to this the data we are seeing the numbers of the science prove how this is a different enemy he says of the last six weeks more new Jerseyans have died of corona virus than those lost in the past three flu seasons combined another two hundred thirty one people have died bringing the total over four thousand in New Jersey governor Murphy is calling for more federal aid he says without it state and local government layoffs will be historic in the state coronavirus hospitalizations are down for the first time in Connecticut governor Lamont says the state saw the first drop in the number of coated nineteen patients in hospitals yesterday Lamont says it's a sign that social distancing is working but it does not mean the state is out of the woods a prediction for tri state area we opening that's next step you CBS news time eight oh six evident as Jersey guy I'm thrilled W. CBS broadcasting Jersey for Jersey and event to benefit the New Jersey pandemic really fun Bruce Springsteen.
"governor cuomo" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Seven state by governor Cuomo is bringing in extra funeral directors to deal with the increasing number of victims two six point six million more people filed for unemployment last week that brings the total to more than sixteen million Americans who filed for unemployment benefits over the past three weeks and three mayor de Blasio is outlining his plans to lift some corona virus related restrictions in the city even though he says we're still a long way from it W. CBS's Steve burns heard from the mayor and joins us now Steve what's the matter going to be watching here Linda the mayor spelled out pretty clearly here that there are three key metrics that the city's gonna be watching if we start thinking about lifting some restrictions first eight hospital admissions seconded ICU admissions and thirties total new cases all three of those need to go down for at least ten days straight before the third you'll start having a conversation about bringing back some semblance of normalcy here and the mayor doesn't think we'll have a chance of achieving that until late may at the earliest obviously we are seeing some signs of progress now it's still though kind of the early stages of progress we're still talking about things like ventilators what you said it's going to be some of those more concrete numbers it'll give us the the bigger picture in late may actually sounds pretty soon the virus will be completely a radic hated in the next few months so how does the city plan to deal with any new cases that pop up after the restrictions are lifted right we know a vaccine is still at least a year away some of the other solutions that are being talked about now but nothing can be certain five eight when we'd be having these conversations so hello the mayor turned it is once we get back to low level transmission that's when we start going back to the strategy we were talking about that the the beginning of this debate active contact tracing are trying to identify every possible Kerrier quickly and then isolating them the blood to even mention hotels that being part of the the long term solution for isolated people course but all that requires even more testing capacity than what we have right now and what you're all about on the federal government now it'll clearly be a little while before New York is out of the woods why do you think the mayor's bringing all this up now yeah his mind this makes service that's kind of a motivational tool for new Yorkers that they cared at the end of the stick we know the bulk of these restrictions came from governor Cuomo went it'll ultimately be his call on when they're lifted but not at least for to block your card he talked over and over about how new Yorkers stepped Ernest we have to wait all the way to the next phase and that we can't let our guard down because the virus could just as easily come roaring back so we we may not be able to see the light at the end of the tunnel yet but I guess this is maybe to Baguio painting a light on the tunnel wall to show us what it might eventually look like it's W. CBS is Steve burns with the latest from mayor de Blasio Steve thanks so much W. CBS news time is three forty eight let's check traffic and weather together on the aids we'll start with himself it's a little slow in the Bronx on the southbound side of the TV in the on the ramp to the finish their bridge where there is a disabled vehicle partially blocking the ramp to bring in the road on the east side of Manhattan southbound FDR rather south on Harlem river drive by a hundred and twenty seventh that debris is affecting the center lane is passable but you obviously want to do it with extra caution still seeing flooding on the eastbound Grand Central in queens by main street also on the north bound B. Q. we both by cabin plaza and the Manhattan bridge and only up until one is by the prospect expressway still some flooding affecting lane so definitely take it easy extravagant date less than ten minutes away on WCBS let's get our weather forecast now over to meteorologist Bob Larson it's been a rough afternoon weather but now seeing improvement still some residual flooding.
"governor cuomo" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Has been getting governor Cuomo has been pleading for help from medical personnel from around the country asking it to come here to back up we are E. health care workers in New York many are now answering that call for reinforcements like Michael Waterson of Richmond Virginia who says preparing to work in a New York City hospital for two months to treat Kopet nineteen patients is actually going to be at the the greatest challenge of my career New York is one of many states running low on a variety of crucial medical supplies protective gear now officials at the department of homeland security are reportedly saying that the nation's emergency stockpile as such supplies is almost out as well despite assurances from the federal government that's leading state scavenging for supplies and trying to outbid each other on the open market reportedly president trump says the stockpile is running low on the because the federal government has already delivered millions of N. ninety five masks and other supplies states where they have large manufacturers of different types of equipment to use those local factories those local plants and haven't made directly ship it right into the hospitals governor Cuomo that was saying yesterday that the only hope for desperate states at this point is the federal government to the president's ability to order private companies to deliver supplies under the defense production act health officials nationwide see shortages of personal protective gear are especially critical and that health care workers are putting their lives at risk while trying to help the surging number of patients well so far cope with nineteen seems to be deadliest for older people in fact the World Health Organization announcing this morning that more than ninety five percent of the coronavirus deaths in Europe having people over the age of sixty that said word from Connecticut now that a newborn has died governor Ned Lamont share that news yesterday we have a tragic milestone in Connecticut probably the youngest person ever to die of cold bed is died here in Connecticut that baby was a less than seven weeks old the child among sixteen at more fatalities in Connecticut bringing the state's death toll to eighty five Connecticut now reports over thirty five hundred confirmed cases of the corona virus Dr Anthony Fauci is the nation's top expert on infectious diseases it has largely become the face of the U. S. response to the pandemic now there are reports that he's been given his own security detail after getting threats that she has often appeared alongside president tropic daily briefings of the coronavirus task force but that hasn't stopped many conspiracy theorists from accusing him of exaggerating the outbreak to undermine the president's reelection campaign without she was asked about it yesterday the president jumped in to answer saying the doctor doesn't need security because quote everybody loves him wins news time a twenty six now Bloomberg moneywatch on ten ten wins sponsored by Mount Sinai health system's here's the potus has the once resilient job market deteriorates from the effects of coronavirus shutdowns as you've been hearing on ten ten wins we can expect an even bigger surge in unemployment claims on the record jump we saw just a week ago meanwhile job cut announcements by U. S. based employers jumped more than two hundred twenty two thousand in March from not quite fifty seven thousand in February according to placement firm challenger gray and Christmas more than half of the total right down a fight is being because of cove it nineteen the entertainment and leisure industry were the hardest hit the tally does not include furloughs but after the S. and P. yesterday had its biggest decline in two weeks stocks may bounce back this morning S. and P. futures still higher by thirty seven points nasdaq gaining one oh seven we have Dow futures positive by three hundred forty one Bloomberg money watch a twenty six and fifty six past every hour I'm Steve post for ten ten wins wins news time eight twenty seven.
"governor cuomo" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Governor Cuomo says it will likely be one to three weeks before covered nineteen peaks in the empire state the March of coronavirus courses state of New York continues with down to just two counties that don't have a case the overall numbers seventy five thousand tested positive ten thousand people in our hospitals twenty seven hundred ICU patients the owners at all fifty states are competing for ventilators enough females competing as well he says that's driving the price up makes no sense almost as FEMA should have acquired and distributed the ventilators to the states the governor also said his younger brother Chris who is a host on CNN has tested positive Chris Cuomo doing his nightly show from his basement on Long Island let's use this example of me having it as proof that you can get it to god forbid we have to do everything we can to avoid being sick Chris Wallace is what he is most concerned about is worried he may have brought the virus home to his family wins news time to forty nine New Jersey governor announces initial testing in a rapid coronavirus test will start soon in hard hit Bergen county the death toll climbs in New Jersey and governor Murphy is at a loss to explain folks who still won't stay home no one's above it yeah hi I reference to death today of people who were in their thirties in the prime of their lives and when the crisis lessons the governor says there will be restrictions for those from less restrictive states we're not going to go through this pain together folks begin to open up again just to be exposed to the lowest common denominator and the governor is urging businesses not to lay off workers he announced a new rapid test will get a trial in Bergen county and everyone entering long term healthcare facilities is required now to wear a mask al Jones ten ten wins news everyone going into a long term care facility must now go into a mask in New Jersey Connecticut governor Ned Lamont says he's asked for ventilators from the federal government and hasn't received even close to what he's requested we have about nine hundred and seventy five we put an order months ago for fifteen hundred which we thank gets us there so far we've gotten fifty ten fifty is not enough Lamont says dealing with the government's like calling customer service they say your orders being process at the last moment it went to a place is more urgent Europe you'll be next in line and I'm afraid we've heard that for some weeks now were part of the New York metro center were part of that pandemic we have that same high infection rate it's getting risky okailey right across the Westchester border and cross the sound from the north shore has been farmer said farmer by far the most cases in Connecticut coronavirus cases overall rising by five and a fifty seven their Tuesday a state that's seen the fourth most covert nineteen infections per capita in the U. S. IP on York New Jersey and Louisiana wins news time to fifty one traffic.
"governor cuomo" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Eight governor Cuomo did say the numbers would rise as the state does more testing he said yes there would be more positive and that is exactly what the latest batch of numbers is showing us as of Saturday night the number of confirmed cases statewide has surged above twelve thousand there have been seventy six fatalities statewide sixty of them here in the city we break down the numbers for you in the boroughs Brooklyn leading the number of infections two thousand four hundred eighty four then Kriens two thousand two hundred fifty four one thousand eight hundred sixty eight in Manhattan one thousand seventy one in the Bronx four hundred thirty seven on Staten Island fifteen hundred people in the five boroughs have been hospitalized when speaking yesterday the governor admonishing those who think they're not at risk really talking to young people well young people don't get this disease you are wrong that is not a fact eighteen to forty nine years old R. fifty four percent of the cases in New York state some impacts in New York because of the pandemic the FAA had to briefly shut down flights yesterday after staffing issues because of coronavirus lasting about thirty minutes at Kennedy and LaGuardia and Newark airport beginning tonight you will no longer be able to pay cash on the New York State Thruway all billing I'll be done electronically and sent to the address on your license plate DMV changing things up to a New York things that normally happen in offices can't they're closing the offices governor saying things will be done technologically and that there will be extensions on expiration dates in New Jersey numbers rising of course New Jersey governor Phil Murphy ordering residents to stay at home only employees working in essential categories will be allowed to go to work but what about outdoor activities if you do go outside for these activities or head to the grocery store to some other essential place we urge everyone we are not only urging it were ordering everyone to continue practicing social distancing Bhaskar numbers in the garden state one thousand three hundred twenty seven cases sixteen deaths the only state testing center open right now the wanted Bergen community college people started lining up at about four AM this morning they are set to be open until four PM or until they reach capacity yesterday they reach capacity about ten fifteen another testing site in New Jersey at the PNC bank arts center scheduled to open tomorrow at eight AM so the nonessential businesses being close the questions from some small business owners how long will they be shut down many businesses in New Jersey have shut down before how long is a lingering question for India's radius owner of style image fashion club I don't know how many days since two weeks or three weeks I don't know but he does support the governor's decision the only way the only way for to say this.
"governor cuomo" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Old governor Cuomo announced the first positive case of corona virus a New York state a woman in her late thirties I traveled abroad in Iran she's currently isolated fox news and partly cloudy skies here to wrap up the weekend middle upper thirties some early sun for Monday more clouds later and maybe a stray shower will get up to the low to mid sixties Stratis scattered showers Monday night showers are likely by Tuesday and a high near seventy Jeff you know for the weather channel on one oh six one FM talk if someone you know struggles with substance addiction and homelessness there is home from healing transitions a nonprofit whose free residential program for all wake county residents empowers them to find recovery stay in recovery and enjoy life more than a thousand men and women have graduated from the program and seventy six percent of them remained in recovery one year after graduation the first step toward recovery is that healing cash transitions dot org I'm are kind of his thing so is it communism burning Glenn Beck it's free market capitalism tomorrow at nine A. M. the death of communism on one oh six one FM talk stay connected I heart radio or podcast discovery this is stuff you should know part of Sunday night podcasts your chance to hear the biggest training podcast each week for the free I heart radio app galaxies are very very far apart from one another the closest one to us Andromeda is two point two million light years away from us yeah and that's a I mean that's relatively close in the grand scheme right but that's also pretty far apart so I wanted there's this professor barber riding from Ohio state who's lecture we came across and she'd like just nails this right two point two million light years is an astoundingly large distance okay but it's actually really close for a galaxy because galaxies are so huge and the way that she put it like if you took a pair of ping pong sorry here we go and said one was long balls ping pong balls yes yeah J. the ping pong he took two days if you took into ping pong balls and one was the son and one was a neighboring star to the sun Alpha Centauri okay and you do you put them relative to one another okay the ping pong balls would be as far apart as Columbus Ohio in Jacksonville Florida okay if you use ping pong balls to be Andromeda and the Milky Way the distance would be three feet relative to one another interesting it is interesting yeah it's at least as interesting as your grain of sand in the palm of your liking this less than one big mac maybe I didn't get it across let me try another take okay no I thought it was great okay they use well we should talk about par sex a little bit just because of the Star Wars thank because the parsec is a unit of distance it is three point two six light years okay and your member in Star Wars the famous line from Han solo remember now they made the Kessel run in twelve parsecs so as a young dumb kid.
"governor cuomo" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Because of governor Cuomo's new criminal justice reform bill that he signed into law other than this criminalist particular thug was let out of out of the pre letter to jail before the cop was out of the hospital believe it or not anyway he was supposed to be in court yesterday guess what Russ is he didn't show up well maybe was at at the hockey game you know as you know he did not show up I mean it's a disgrace we have a public safety crisis in the making on our hands in my humble opinion and our next guest right now is on the line with us we're honored to have the former NYPD commissioner bill Bratton and we want to see what he thinks of bill Brett good morning to you Sir good morning Sir good morning John good morning a commission should we call you commission which is fine ms okay listen the commissioner this that this bill here that the governor Cuomo signed into law first of all the advocates for it say that the reason why we need this bill is because it it talked the bell it did it adversely impacts disproportionately impacts minority people that's why we need it and that's why governor Cuomo signed it into law what do you say to that argument well the issue is that the bill situation in New York prior to before was a mess before this made it even more of a mess in the public safety crises you're talking about will build over the next several months as is just like the one you just recruit to become more known to the public in the public gets to understand how badly for this bill was whatever the motivation was for its creation it's a mess and that's gonna become even more clear in the weeks and months ahead commissioner let let me ask you this Russell's were here you were a big believer in you know the broken windows policy which it in simple terms you know if you take care of the smaller crimes it you know vandalism you know stuff like that it it prevents against those cries becoming more serious crimes so to me in my little way of thinking this bail reform allows people to get out for any kind of crime almost it almost goes against your thinking with that broken windows policy would you agree with that call us if we put in place beginning back in nineteen ninety the subway then laid on nineteen ninety four major Larry would two pronged one should go after the mynah clients the broken windows quality of life the things that people sought experience every day at the same time with the crimes that system that we develop to after the serious crime so the combination of like a doctor working on your Sirius cancer results are gonna work on the small ones that might develop in the more serious cancer the results of that after thirty years is crime down the city but about eighty five percent quality of life improved dramatically what we're starting to see however is people forgetting the hard work it took to get us where we are today in the mail the form act the criminal justice reform act together going to unravel a lot of the good work it was understandably and what we did the stock question Chris issue is a prime example of it but this is like using an elephant gun to basically shooter flee and it's going to create significant problems going forward for example this state is only twenty three that do not allow judges when they have a person before the most interested in making a decision about whether they hold that person bail them all of them go on their own personally carcasses do not allow the judge should take into account is this person a danger to themselves or to the public if they are released is this Christian lightly to we P. another crime is this true isn't likely to return to court on the appointed day the case you just talked about the beating of a police officer and the individual fails to show up in court you know what happens when he turns his back to court when they finally do what the rest of again and they will he will come back the judge will look at him admonish you then have to let him go again that's how crazy this system is what it is you're absolutely right it is lunacy in capital letters now governor Cuomo is a smart guy he's on his way to pull Rico to assess the damage of the Porto Rican earthquakes now he didn't assess the damage done to the woman who got her teeth knocked out you can go visit her eating only visit that cop who was pummeled and assess the damage done to him or the three Jewish women who were attacked by a woman who got out of out of jail on this bill by that from this law that he signed into law this bill that he signed he didn't assess the damage to those three Jeff Jewish women what is this governor thank you what was he thinking when he signed it in your opinion bill Bratton I'll be quite Frank with you I don't know I don't know in terms of the governor who has spent most of his time in very strongly supportive of what a lot of police police unions on this matter I'm not sure what he was thinking that reality was that our prison population in the bike is right is nineteen ninety four we had twenty two thousand people a day on average in that jail today down to about eight or seven thousand likely to the reduction of crime by the New York City police department state prison populations are down almost forty percent going toward fifty percent so we already reducing prison population because with controlling behavior controlling crime this app that is too much too late in the sense of the problems were already being addressed it be quiet precision analysis instead they want this this thing with a of a media action just static chopping away and as a result we have this message been created terms of the governor the legislature I really don't know what they were thinking but I'm hoping that with the hue and cry and is now being raised that they seriously consider reconvening have public hearings with people who understand the system the police the judges the various district attorney's talk openly about what needs to be done and then let's do it thank you commissioner you will looks at it does not meet talk in a while I'm talking but it's not me make it up you've got a long distinguished career you know as a commission input but the Boston police department L. A. P. D. N. Y. P. D. you know about relations how to build relations how to fix things when when when you were recruited you are included to LA what there was a big time distrust between the community and the police have you ever seen more distrust or more disrespect I should say for the police in New York City that we're seeing today unfortunately that is the case that the department despite the record gains a reduction of crime improve quality of life let's face it the NYPD was the catalyst for New York miracle the turn around the city that exists today it is not an organization without flaws it's leadership myself included we made mistakes but by and large we got it right and even today that the Attorney General is now going to investigate the popping over the usual fare evasion is that a pop and biased innocent portion of their vision a three hundred million dollar problem I think you're going to find it is not we go with the farmers unfortunately fear of Asian is primarily in fortunately in the poor areas of the city we might expect it to be with people make the decision that they don't have the money to get on the train that they need to get to work and they make the decision about to avoid the fee as some of them many others basically this survey does all the time so this is another example of going after the NYPD the time and after that we'll go into that I wish they put the time and effort into this bill reform bill that then I'll probably footage of this latest investigation of the NYPD absolutely former NYPD commissioner bill Bratton the burning sigil Russell's Berg it is the activist judges also in the active is D. A.'s even when the suspects are eligible for bail they ought to let amount now the the premise for the BET basis for all this is that the criminal justice system is races most of these people like the fare beaters that disproportionately minorities and this is what they say and the suspects are disproportionately minorities and so therefore we have to change it so it they're not disproportionately affected and that's not all you made to commissioner Bratton and how do you respond to that argument what do you say to these people say and it's true they are disproportionately minority but when the use that argument how do you fight back against that well at least we less concern for the minority descended and much more concern for the minority victim because the reality of crime in this city in the state is a significant amount of crime violent crime unfortunately a cruise within the minority communities that's the reality oftentimes people want to talk about of a dresser but who are the victims of that crime right very seldom goes across color or ethnic lines it is basically principally black on black brown on brown that's the reality and the focus of the legislature over this past year on basically a criminal bill of rights for the criminals with the almost totally ignoring the rights of the victims we need to be much more focused on that do we need to be concerned with errors that create an unfortunate incarcerations significant incarceration unfortunately the people who love wants the convicted we need to be concerned with that Sir we cannot turn a blind eye to that but in trying to correct those problems we can affect your blues expression for the baby out with the bath water Mitch affected what was going on here my god the voice of reason former NYPD commissioner bill Bratton we need to we need to badly I don't thermos Jay's doing a great job in his early days but that we thank you for what you did for this city commissioner Bratton rather time we thank you for you did we thank you for you saying now that could if you know if you if you make it sound simple commission with common sense and something that seems to be lacking not just the in our city across our country right now so thanks very much for being here all the best bye bye all the best commissioner Bratton the Bernie in sigil my good friend Russ Salzburg we'll come right back.
"governor cuomo" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Governor Cuomo for help in getting the MTA to move its bus garage situated on prime waterfront real estate our back Rosenberg has the story redeveloping the waterfront in Yonkers is top of mind for mayor Mike stand out is only a few miles of it along the Hudson in Westchester's largest city four and a half acres of land on the waterfront is owned by New York City and if you took us to church shipping their buses to a parking lot outside of their community Stana says he's tried everything including offering to buy the land and got nothing but lip service from the NCAA and there to Blasi out in a letter to span the MTA's bus president Craig soprano says he doesn't see the Yonkers bus depot as an obstacle to redeveloping the waterfront educate buddies ever see this bus garage we need to change would would agree with me really still walked Severino says finding another place for the buses would take time and money mac Rosenberg WCBS newsradio eight eighty a group of news organizations has joined a legal fight to force New Jersey to what it dental fire former state trooper who was fired for racially offensive behavior they argue the secrecy surrounding the troopers termination is a violation of the state open records law true the troopers firing was disclosed in an annual report of the state police office of professional standards a request by an open records advocate for details including the troopers name was denied the state police claimed he sought privileged information the NYPD is searching for a suspect who was caught on camera viciously assaulting a woman in hell's kitchen that happened just after midnight on new year's day at tenth Avenue and fifty first street video shows the man punch sixty three year old Esther goos mon in the face knocking her to the ground before hitting her with what appears to be a stereo or boom box on wheels this man told CBS to he was cursing at her as she passed him then he suddenly attacked I was reading here now my only hello my knees in complete into my nails all I got all this thing and Debbie both VM her face is still swollen W. CBS news time eighteen the traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the aids any update on the crash on route seventeen two although it's a mess everything is shut down Tanya in both directions because of this problem it's an accident and involves a downed pole down wires it's both ways at Allandale Avenue in saddle river everything is shut down in deep toward and now we're getting bored of another problem on the eastbound side of route eighty looks like we have an accident involving an overturned vehicle and dad this is right at at exit sixty one we have two left lanes closed and it is stop and go through this area and we also take it over to route twenty two where you have that acts investigation and mountainside at new property this road all lanes are closed again on the eastbound side so there is a little went out there to Jersey not doing too good despite an accident in Connecticut now northbound ninety five at eight six sixteen in Norwalk and I'm on island got a couple things working including an accident on the westbound side of the southern state parkway Meadowbrook road that's slowing you down and now getting word of a stall a little bit further west right by Grand Avenue so southern state parkway not good at all northern state looks great and no problems right now on the L. I eat our next traffic update in less than ten minutes on WCBS sela WCBS five day forecast here's meteorologist bill decker a cold front moving through the tri state this morning will bring us some rain for the next.
"governor cuomo" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast
"Now here in New York governor, Andrew Cuomo is running for reelection up against a very liberal woman, an actress and. Cynthia Nixon is actually causing him some trouble Cuomo. I don't know why, because Cuomo's up like forty points over Nixon in the polls. But anyway, Cuomo now is pardoned. Seven. Convicted illegal alien criminals night five of them on drug charges, desire d. wise he's Irvine dealers, wait dealers, okay. So he says he's pardoning them. So they're not deported. They should be deported anyway by the federal government, which override state government. Anyway, Andrew Cuomo. The governor is doing this to curry favor with the far left in New York is also on a jihad holy war to help Planned Parenthood here on the abortion issue, and he's doing all this because as Cynthia Nixon, who's a socialist and he wants the far left the vote for him even always up in polls, big time. So my question is that I knew governor Cuomo's father, mareo Cuomo also governor of New York, and I once asked governor Cuomo not this one the father, hey, you're a Roman Catholic and a a an observant one, and you're supporting abortion. How does that shake? And he said to me, look, I have my private beliefs, some Catholic, but I do not impose them publicly in my office as governor. Okay. I mean, I understand the ants, but. Andrew Cuomo also says, he's a Catholic and he goes out and promotes Planned Parenthood promotes it. I mean, I judging anybody. I, you know, I'm on, I did killing Jesus. And the great scene in a movie is the woman. You know, Jesus Santa g. so low. You wanna stone to death. He was without sin cast the first stone and nobody did. I'm not going to judge them, but just saying really strange..
"governor cuomo" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"The christopher columbus statue outside of new york's central park so i i have to say andrew cuomo and yet the give and believe me will criticise an and i criticised andrew on friday i said he's got to step up and he did step up and i applaud governor cuomo emmett though frankie of a lot the same have bad i applaud a governor cuomo for supporting uh an and support keeping their columbus statue there his father would be proud you ha and we'll get we'll break it all down on how we do it in what's going to happen with it but don't you ain't touching our statue do you want with the of the statue negative ct nine american statue in christopher columbus all right so we appreciate the governor new york cena what a it's been such a while weekend for day and i'm going to tell you about it when we come back i got frankie moved in with a significant other apparently they're still together so word hasn't so as a lot to talk about you know what it was i went on that crews yes i was a a yeah i got to bed new just the media's tease you with this i got the bed on saturday morning eggs actually sunday morning in the 5 o'clock hour look at me you know that that is like the old days ago that the comedy clubs it wasn't really by choice who was just the way it happened and outbreak at all doubtful you when we come back about i need you phone calls on the daca situation and how you feel about it and word where do we go at eu displace these great for the most part latino families that come in and contribute so much to the united states for the foundation of the workforce united states of america i need your help in that regard.