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Washington DC Awarded Federal Grant To Study Women's History
"DC Mayor Muriel Bowser's administration has been awarded a $50,000 grant from the National Park Service. The money is for developing a historic study of women's history and suffrage in the district. Nonprofit DC Preservation League will manage the grant. It says The study will identify important themes related to women's history and the suffrage movement.
Google parent agrees to $310M misconduct lawsuit settlement
"Parent company announced the settlement of a sexual misconduct lawsuit. Lisa Taylor reports, officials with Alphabet Inc say they're implementing policy changes in establishing a $310 million fund. The fund will be used to address issues of diversity, inclusion and equity that employees and shareholders say are lacking at the company plaintiffs in the lawsuit. We're shareholders, whose complaint centered on the generous severance package is granted to executives accused of sexual misconduct. Alphabet has agreed to a number of reforms, including being Or open about misconduct allegations and investigations.
Trump Administration Appeals Census Extension
"Administration appealing accords order extending the census counts through the end of October. The announcement comes just hours after a federal judge granted Just from the city of Los Angeles and other plaintiffs to add another month to the count. My guess is the administration is going to see to take this case to the U. S. Supreme Court L. A city attorney Mike Fewer we and the coalition of which were proudly apart are going to fight every step of the way standing up for the constitutional principle that every American should be counted and standing up for those of us here in Los Angeles and other jurisdictions. That rely on the accuracy of the census to assure we have representation. We're entitled to in Congress and the funding that everyone in our region relies upon for things like education and transportation, essential things. The U. S District Court judge who issued the ruling to keep the count going through October, 31st finds the administration's plan to end it on September, 30th will likely lead to an undercount and result in less federal funding for law and other localities, with many hard to count residents. We have reached out to the Justice Department for comment. Nothing yet. Fescue Takeo Next 10, 70 NewsRadio and
Washington DC’s highest court grants bar exam waiver for recent law school grads
"He sees highest court has made a ruling that opens the door for more law school grads to practice in the district. The D. C. Court appeals approves an emergency waiver related to the pandemic, known as diploma privilege for grads to be licensed in practice law without taking the bar exam. Olivia Carson with diploma privilege for D C, which petitioned the court says they're happy with the order but does produce obstacles for currently employed grads to get the wave. It's leaving out people who We'll have a hard time getting a supervisor to sign off on every single document that they have to produce. CC becomes the fifth jurisdiction in the country to offer the waiver. Ken Duffy w T. O P News
El Salvador woman freed after six years in jail following stillbirth
"A woman from El Salvador, who was jailed after giving birth to a stillborn child has been conditionally released after spending six years behind bars. Cindy Ratha was accused of having an abortion, which is illegal in El Salvador. Her case is not unique as the BBC's Blair Tate e explains. She was accused of aggravated homicide after she suffered an obstetrics emergency. It's quite groundbreaking in a way that she was granted provisional Liberty 18 women currently in prison in El Salvador. For similar cases, men often this case is women who suffer these emergencies who give birth to stillborn babies. They're accused of abortion, which faces a 2 to 8 year sentence. But that is often increased to 30 years under the crime of aggravated homicide, which is the case of NASA.
Stocks open lower as investor hopes for more fiscal stimulus fade
"Is the lack of fiscal stimulus to deal was the homegoing fallout from the Corona virus. Can you really see anything meaningful getting done? Before the election. Absolutely not. I mean, my bass case was hopeful that we would be able to get a fiscal stimulus down about a month ago. But now with the tragic passing of justice, revenge that we have this situation toward now, people are really battling on Capitol Hill on getting the next fiscal. Sammy was done. We saw today the Democrats coming out talking about At $2.4 billion English package, which did crop up the markets, But then it quickly faded away. And that's kind of been the name of the game. We see these conversations happen, and then they just fizzle out so The political uncertainty happening. We just don't believe that that will be the next Case going forward with the fiscal stimulus, so investors still have to embrace that left policy. So included in this planet's being sketched out by the Democrats. It includes some relief for the airline industry here in the U. S. Has a way of averting those a massive jobs losses that could come next week when the cares act goes away today, Mnuchin Treasury secretary said. Hey, I cannot tap the unused Corona virus lending authority to get grants to the carriers. What is the outlook for domestic carriers? And you've in your view? You had the outlook's pretty dim right now. We definitely do need that fiscal stimulus to coat into those airlines air into those domestic carriers just because of the multiplier that they have on economic conditions that it's not just the airlines and the employees that we need to worry about. It's all of the subsidiaries of small companies that go into helping those airlines operate on a daily basis. And so monetary stimulus has been a very big conversation. I think that's kind of not with focus needs to be because we need direct payments to these airline companies. We need direct payments from a fiscal support into the paychecks or to the pockets of airline workers.
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.
Public mourns Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as she lies in repose at Supreme Court in Washington, D.C.
"Their respects to pioneering Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She lies in repose of the U. S. Supreme Court Building in Washington correspondent Skylar Henry reports. Some Mourners came from Great distances. Caroline Curry, Talman and Renee Bobbitt came from Florida to pay their respects. So many of the things that we take for granted as women and people, you know she was instrumental in providing, so that's that's really why we felt like we had to be here. President Jump is expected to come to the Supreme Court to pay his respects to Justice Ginsberg tomorrow. Ginsberg will become the first woman ever to lie in states of the U. S Capitol when her body has moved there on Friday. The Cal
AP Source: Chargers' team doctor punctured Taylor's lung
"Adam, Schefter just reported that tyrod Taylor. The reason why he did not get to play this past week in an intern air bear started for the first time against Kansas City chiefs at ended with hitting a fifty eight yard field goals and another fifty eight yard field goal. But a highly contested matchup between the chargers the chiefs it is now being reported that the chargers team doctor accidentally punctured his own quarterback tyrod Taylor's lung just before kick-off. Sunday while trying to administer a painkilling injection to the quarterbacks cracked ribs league and team sources have told ESPN. According to my sources. Adam Schefter says, now, this sounds terrible whenever you give your I read this and like especially the way she afterward it there the chargers team doctor punctured his own quarterbacks lungs, and that sounds absolutely bad and I was kind of mind blown by this believe it or not. We are given a heads up on this yesterday but we're not a big news breaking world I don't want to dive into the news breaking world because there's a bunch of Peron in sharks in. Going ever dive in there. So I asked around to a couple former teammates in friends of mine that have maybe gotten the same procedure how the hell can something like this happens this sounds terrible in the answer I got from everybody who has had this procedure done, which by the way is marketing, which is in the Novacaine. There's another Cain the mark which is. A numbing agent basically that gets shot directly into the area that is injured for instance, in this particular case, the cracked ribs. Now, the reason why it's done. So close to game time is because it only lasts four four and a half hours so they can't get it done in the morning because the numbness wear off, they can't get it done the night before because. Off they have to do it right before the game, which is why it was surprised to everybody that air bear was starting over tyrod Taylor, including Air Bear, and I would assume the entire chargers offense. Now, what happens though just like whenever you're in surgery now granted this happened to the people I talked to harm percents short happened to tyrod Taylor but just like whenever you go in for surgery for anything, they tell you the possible side effects this could. Potentially happen because surgery this could potentially happen. It's like basically this small print at the bottom of contracts like, Hey, this is all the good looking come from this but also this can happen every person that I talked to got a similar treatment as this said that they were told by the doctor that there was a chance that along could get punctured in the process because when you're giving a shot into the ribs, the long obviously is right there one. A. Hundred percent sure of tyrod Taylor. Was told that before we got the shock. I'm just telling you what I was told by people who got very the exact same situation here free. The bruised ribs are cracked ribs allegedly this is a much more common practice than even I knew about I've probably seen guys potentially get this shop before and didn't even know this was happening because I had nothing to do with me but I guess this is a pretty Common practice whenever you have a crab or bruise rib because it works like a charm I was told and I was also told that they shoot it a little bit above wherever the crack or the bruises in. Let's just settling in for four and a half five hours. You feel amazing. It's that next day you see more that night when it wears off that you feel absolutely terrible thus why I am incredibly happy that I played a position where no motherfuckers. where I could potentially need that. So that is what happened. We obviously tease piece for the punctured lung and the cracked ribs for tyrod. Taylor but from my knowledge of my research calling people that got a similar thing, they said that they were told that was a possible outcome. It's like point one percent that it could happen. But in surgery just like anything in the medical field, there is obviously a chance at something bad to happen it happened tyrod Taylor. I'm not giving an excuse for the doctor do your fucking job right? Especially whenever the people that told me, they said it's like a ninety nine. percent chance it goes well and nothing happens. So if you get that one percent and it's a failure, obviously the doctor did not do here and I would assume would have to answer for that. But that is what I've been told about this entire process. That is why it was such a shock to everybody including air bear who said he was surprised in ancient said, let's go and do this. So I think that is why everything happened the way it is I've been told I'm not a doctor they are not doctors but a punctured lung on punctures itself somehow I don't know that means I guess. Shout out to the human body for puncturing itself. He could play week to week is really could potentially play next week. What do you say day breaking news just from in report he's not GonNa play this week harbored is going to start. Okay. So here we go. There's big news not playing this week. So as long isn't completely on punctured and also. I think that is why because the way one down in him losing the starting job was actually the chargers fault that is why Anthony Lynn came out and said unless. tyrod is he's still are started because I would assume Anthony Len former player was like we gotta fuck this guy here. So whenever he was asked about who's the starter even after incredible debut by Air Bear in the game that they had against the Super Bowl Champs Anthony Lynn probably was. I mean, we couldn't say it obviously because worn one hundred percent. Sure because at the time they're probably still reviewing and Anthony Lane. Prada. Didn't get a chance to do a full checkup on house whatever the case maybe didn't and he didn't want to be like. tyrod Taylor's by the way. We're the reason he's out and he is we made this disease like they. Couldn't say that. So that's why I think I was confused by the way insulin handled the question I think a lot of people are potentially confused but now we know air bear starting this weekend tyrod Taylor not only has cracked ribs but also punctured lung hopefully that unpunctual quickly we're not doctors they have no idea but it is nice to know that this type of thing does happen has happened in the past we probably. Haven't heard about it for whatever reason, and this is something that happens on a regular basis with success. So it's not like they were going above and beyond to make him put him on the field. This is something that has happened in the past
Italys parliamentary shake-up
"The reduction of Italy's national parliament was a typical five-star and typical populist promise grand dramatic sweeping eye-catching rabble-rousing and. Totally. Pointless. Pressed for a rationale beyond pandering to the anti-establishment grouch ing voters five star claimed that axing impedes would save money even five star assessed that this might run to roughly a billion euros of the next decade, which in the context of the outgoings of the government of the world's eighth largest economy is a wretchedly poultry hillock of beans. Granted that Italy's parliament was by Global Standards Lodge among the world's democracies only the United Kingdom and Germany seat more impedes in their lower house but the UK has roughly the same number of people living in it as Italy and Germany more. Granted. Also that a quantity of Italian MP's will have been inept crooked, lazy silly insane and or drunk but the proportions are unlikely to have differed significantly from those of other elected assemblies and at any rate five stars initiative seems more focused on quantity than quality. Nevertheless, the idea was also backed by most of Italy's political parties who decided that being accessories to a massacre of themselves was politically more sensible than defending the status quo. When anti-establishment sentiment reaches a critical mass, it requires ran nerve to tell cranky voters that may be governing is more complicated than they might think. But possibly more interesting and perhaps even more encouraging results of local and municipal elections held in seven regions across Italy the same day as the referendum. These, conversely did not go brilliantly for Italy's recently triumphant populists league the right wing Tub Thumpers who at one point ran the country with five star in a coalition as unlikely as their eventual falling out was inevitable had made promises. If not assumptions of sweeping the board, they did not obey we lost. That's clear. I'm happy because I'm sure that many of the forty percent of people who voted for us to back that acceleration audition east. Regrettably the elections were not a total bust later, they held onto Veneta and lagoon area and will probably form a government invalid Diaz to. Even more regrettably the brothers of Italy a gruesome sack of ultra-nationalist won the regional presidency in McKay. But results elsewhere looked like a vote of confidence in at least current national government, the Democratic Party who replaced later as five styles. Coalition Partners surprised many by keeping Campania, Puglia and Tuscany. As these votes have been counted, everyone has claimed victory the labor force slightly expanding their reach the brothers of Italy, for eating into his share of flag flapping head banging sentiment the Democratic Party for resisting the populous surge five star for winning their referendum. But may be and two thousand and twenty s clearly in which all optimism demand asterix the real winner is the recently fashionable contention that governing is difficult and best done by people who know what they're doing as opposed to Yahoos and grand dieters who enjoy being on television. Italy's governments like everyone's have been brutally tested this year the relationship between general diligence and effectiveness in dealing with covid nineteen has been difficult to miss competent representatives of the people have demonstrated the value and in some places there scarcity. As, a consequence of five stars referendum, Italians will now have fewer representatives trying to answer to more people. It seems reasonably likely that this will prove a hollow victory but as more folk are hopefully realizing in Italy and elsewhere, that's the only victory that populists ever win.
iOS 14 & Android 11 Security Features
"What has changed against the best interests of smartphone users is the nature of today's threat landscape. It is far more active than ever. So smartphone users need to get all the help that they can get from their Os. Okay. So to this end, we now have android eleven, which brings billions of its users those who can upgrade and all those who purchase android eleven devices in the future more control over their security and privacy than they've had before and yes, it's unfortunate that such control is necessary but it's better to have it I would say the not at this point and you know. It's not like super intrusive anyway. Okay. So what's new and android eleven? One time permissions android eleven get a useful feature that IOS has had for some time. This allows users to grant APPs single use access to their devices, more sensitive permission such as location, microphone, and camera. We're seeing variations of this on different platforms. For example, what permission might be semi permanent users will be reminded after a while that such and such an APP still has such and such a permission and asked whether they. The APP, should retain it or not, which is you know sort of a nice compromise between immediately removing it and and sort of being. Kinder and gentler. So. android eleven will now autonomously revoke permissions. in addition to having the single use android eleven has the ability to autonomously revoke permissions for long unused APPs. It could be a bit of annoyance though those permissions can always be granted but this is sort of part of working to keep the casual user more safe while attempting to minimize the impact of enforcing that safety in general. We'll be talking here about this notion of minimum required permissions that that's always a good idea. We've talked about how firewalls flipped from once blocking, known a problem ports to blocking everything and only opening the ports which are known to be needed to have. To Be Open. In what I think is a huge win for android eleven. DOS will also be getting incremental updates. Google has increased their plug and play stores integration on Android Eleven, allowing those devices to directly download and install critical os security patches as modules instantly, just like an APP from Google servers. We we we talked about the plan for this a long time ago. The idea that the the US would get modular is and the Google. Would not have to force you know these. It would only be made available through the long oem loop to to a third party and hopefully to the end user but rather be delivered as part of the APP store. You know much more like the apple model has always been and that's now here. So boy I think that's going to be a huge welcome improvement. And it would sure be nice for everybody to be able to get eleven. I'm not sure you know how far back. Eleven will be made available to. US But. Once you get there, you have a chance of being kept current, which is. Fabulous. Also it tightens up an APPS right to obtain location information when it's in the foreground versus moving into the background, we'll talk about Ios, which has done some interesting things. There as as well when an APP requests permission to access the user's location android eleven initially, only grants for ground location permission that is while the APP is in use actively if the APP additionally desires access to location information while it's in the background, such APPs will now be required to produce a separate and independent permission request does not all just lumped together into location services and granting the permission is not as simple as quickly clicking. Yeah. Okay. Whatever No. Now to enable background location access users must go to a settings page and set an allow all the time option for the APPS location permissions and even to obtain such permission setting google will now be requiring their APP developers to explain why their APP needs background location access at all just wanting it just because that's no longer going to be enough in order to get it. So a bunch of, nice, improvements in android. Eleven. It's clear. They're all GONNA help improve user security. Especially, the from the store updates which I just think that's GonNa make a world of difference for so many for the security of so many android users. Yes there's more for the user to do it requires more. Involvement from the user but I think that's that's necessary as we go forward. And as for Iowa's fourteen. The list of. UPDATES and improvements I scanned through it. It is overwhelming. And, as you know being IOS user myself, I'm beginning to feel more and more as though I barely know how to use advice in my pocket, Oleo. Crazy I saw you jumping around A. Those it's yeah with my customizing things and locking things in place and it's like, okay, I mean it really it's not the phone that Steve Jobs gave us all those years ago. The Nice thing is you don't actually have to do any of that stuff and most important improvements are what you already talked about same with an Android, which is it now pops up warnings and let you know what's going on so and you'll get that matter. What
TV Ratings: Emmy Awards Drop to All-Time Low 6.1 Million Viewers
"The 2020 Emmys thatjust happened on Saturday night. The ratings were not great. Although people did say that they enjoyed the show, a lot of people watched online and So they got about 6.1 million viewers, and I think they average usually for that show 11 12 million viewers on the night that it airs. It is one of the bigger award shows. Actually, I always think of it as being kind of the Oscars. The Emmys. The Grammy's are the only ones I Really care about the I completely forgot that it was on to the extent that I was shocked when I saw That every there's Yeah, like I went. Oh, my God. That happened. And I'm supposed to know that And I didn't. I didn't. I just So I can see. Look, I've been listening to people on the sports talk or would ever talk about how ratings air down for for and and all I can think of When I hear first of all here, a sportscaster bitching about the ratings or something, I think, dude. We didn't have sports for months now, all of a sudden you're back in this taken for taken it for granted thing, like, be glad you have something to talk about The idea that your bitching about the ratings being down, I think ratings they're going to be weird to follow in every Avenue, every lace and it's just a matter of do you want to keep Consistency in place for when things go back to normal, or do you just want to have nothing on It's up to you, You know, I mean, I really right. I'm glad their stuff to watch. Thank God there's football. I don't know the thing about the this ahh 72nd Emmy awards, drawing 6.1 million viewers. I actually sort of blame ABC, because while I was aware that they were happening Because I knew that the creative Emmys were happening last week like I had been watching so many stuff coming up, so I knew those were the precursor. I didn't see any advertisement for this nun on Social media. Not not any on TV. Not that I'm watching. Like network TV all the time. I just think Less fewer and fewer people are actually sitting down and watching network TV. So fewer and fewer people know what's actually happening on the thief on the 34 big broadcast networks, So I'm not super surprised by this actually way more people watched it on Online in some form or other And that's the other thing. I think ah is causing of a knish you for ratings is that I don't know that someone watching on I keep going back to the NFL, but it's another big ratings. Boom. You know, I mean, they're a lock their the number one TV show every time footballs on it wins. But people are watching on their phones and on their pads and there, you know, you say, Well, why would you? I can't explain what young people do, and an old people couldn't explain what I used to do. That's just the way that's youth. You can't explain it, but they watch on their phone and until that that way that account ratings that's going to go unaccounted for. Right? Well, it's not, and I have gone accounted right that may have gone unaccounted for. For the grant the Emmys as well. You're actually saying that, um, about 11.9 million Total social interactions happened on the on the show for Sunday night. And they say that's up over 100% from the 2019 Emmys. So I just think people don't sit down and watch TV the way they used to, and TV if you want to survive, has got to figure out a way to make that work for them on the other screens that are available to all of us.
Judge extends Wisconsin absentee cutoff 6 days post election
"Today that absentee ballots and battleground Wisconsin can be counted up to six days after the November 3rd presidential election. As long as they are postmarked by Election Day. The highly anticipated ruling unless overturned means that the outcome of the presidential race in Wisconsin might not be known for days after polls close. Under current law, the deadline for returning an absentee ballot tohave it counted is eight PM on election day. Democrats and their allies sued to extend the deadline in the K swing state after the April presidential primary saw long lines, fewer polling places, a shortage of poll workers and thousands of ballots mail days after the election. US District Judge William Conley granted a large portion of their requests, issuing a preliminary injunction that was expected to be appealed all the way to the U. S. Supreme Court. He put the ruling on hold for seven days to give the other side a chance to seek an emergency appeal. In Wisconsin's April presidential primary. Judge Conley also extended the deadline for returning absentee ballots for a week and in that election, nearly 7% of all ballots cast or return the week after the polls closed. 2016 presidential rates was decided in Wisconsin by less than 1% point fewer than 23,000 votes. Polls show Democrat Joe Biden with a slight lead, but both sides are expecting another tight race, Wisconsin's Republican Party chair said. He's reviewing the order and working with others to determine the next steps. Meanwhile, a
Are You a People Pleaser? Here's a few tips for Saying No.
"This one's for all of US people pleasers out there who find it difficult or? Finding ourselves regretting saying, yes to things we are putting our needs before other people and we're also looking for affirmation insane. Yes. Two things you might remember I talk about. Different types of communication there really only three when you're looking at. The big scope of how we get our message across to people were either passive were assertive or were aggressive and sometimes aggressive impassive meet in the woods and have a little thing. But for the most part, you can see along that spectrum of passive assertive and aggressive where you fall. If we're on the aggressive side, we tend to let things percolate until we attack. We often do this with those. We love the most the ones we take for granted. We stay no aggressively stepping strongly into this false sense of power about with no regard or attention to the connection with the other person in passive communication we accommodate we say, yes. When we really really want to say, no, this brings us a temporary false sense of peace. But leader, we have apprehension we have rumination and then resentment we defer to the relationship with no regard to our power and ironically end up undermining the very relationship that we want. To sustain or not cause trouble in, we also avoid in this where. Passive and aggressive meet in the woods. We don't prioritize our personal sense of power or the relationship in other words everybody loses. We dishonor ourselves and amp up our own discomfort by leaving something unresolved and disrespect the other person by not providing them with an answer but instead provoking them silently through manipulation and articulating our needs in a very passive aggressive way sarcasm the no is one of the first steps toward healthy boundaries and often times. It's freaky scary and this is because people have been accustomed to coming to us for things for answers for doing. And we let them. So when they come to us and want to ask something we get flummoxed we get. Locked and loaded into our own discomfort because we really want to say no but they need us and we therefore are pushed in to the ritual of Sania. Like any other type of problem solving in recovery, we need some kind strategy, some kind of practice to help us get to know easier. To give us time, for instance, give yourself a pause before you answer. If you're having difficulty doing that. Structure some time before. In your off time to predict and play through how you're GONNA say, no a helpful strategy that can enable you to say, no with greater ease is gaining this clarity around things you want to say, yes to make a list of your top three priorities an understand that the change. Post these priorities around your house or you're going to see them, you're going to reinforce what's important to you. When someone then asks you to do something that takes your time and energy away from those things that you want to say, yes to fill free to answer the inquiry you know with. Now. I have things I need and what to do and want to prioritize those.
LIVE From Home: Here We Go!
"Ought. To think this is a podcast about politics race and culture from a POC. Perspective I may know Hosa and I'm who you're a low and welcome to in the thick live from home I mean I had to commute from one bedroom to another to get here but I'm here on time. I'm here on time and I'm all present for you. Actually. We're so happy that you're joining us. So thrilled we actually thought we had this big plan for twenty twenty like all you. We were GONNA take the show on the row. We were going to be meeting you in person hugging dance. We're going to dance onstage maybe drink a beer or two afterward. But you know the pandemic happened, a lot of sadness happened a lot of rage happened, and so we're going to be virtual. We're talking about the twenty twenty election along with the letter other things including the POC vote. And you know it's really super important. So just because we're not out there in person doesn't mean we don't have to have these conversations and you know gymnasts we got to all stars tonight to all-stars please give workers. Welcome to Jamila King She's a reporter and host of the Mother Jones podcast she's joining us from her family's In Oakland California joke. Greeting. From apocalypse I doing house the dog. Oh man out there. It's rough. I'm looking outside of my window right now and the sky is. Orange you know. It's kind of tricky but I think it's real. Yeah. It's it's really are out here I you guys. All right. Let's give a poop roof to. Elite. Contributing opinion writer with the times and he's He's not live from the suburbs from Alexandria where we crazy. Live from home life from home or my kids are in the room and I'm praying to God they don't come in and start yelling. We crazy and Drinking Chai in. Coffee hoping that Jamila is. Safe. My home state burning I'm trying to come back to you guys new. York. One piece. Hey. Guess Co host to of in the thick, not only all stars but they've they've guest cohost. So awesome that you guys just say I was thinking about this this podcast years ago and we called so much of what's happening in America right nine we actually have the records to prove it just like the audio records of trump. We have the records to prove that we called a lot of this four years ago two, thousand, sixteen I feel like it's five because I've aged horrible fifty. In our minds in two thousand fifteen but it came to fruition in two, thousand, sixteen but. But. Yeah we did we and one of the things that we talked about which we all have talked about is the role of the media and how you guys are getting it wrong in. So many ways we talk about that but let's start off with our first topic so. It was twenty twenty. I think. You know every single one of us is battling some level of low grade or high-grade. Depression? You know he's just kind seeping in for me. The end of the summer is really hard moving into yet another season and still being in lockdown You know also just the weight of these decades, centuries of racism and injustice in this country. and that is kind of the backdrop for our twenty twenty-nine election update. We are now less than sixty days away from the November election I know, right so both the trump and binding campaigns are really upping their games. We think, right. We'd Hoke we know the Republicans are the Democrats. This election season but hey, the pandering has started as well. I don't know if guys have seen this actually was one of the first people notified about this campaign video by by Joe Biden people that are associated with the Joe. Biden campaign it's a campaign salsa song called. Biden. Muscles. Things. Just just. Coming off. Applaud keeps going. By. By then? Okay. Okay. Okay. So Oh God that's going to be playing all over Kissimmee Florida. I'm telling you they're going all in I know the people that created it. Very committed they just basically put Biden on the hook for that stuff right there. Yeah ecological in. Los Angeles. Off The detention facility. So his own campaign song is saying he's about to do that. Yeah. So and then the other thing I just wanted to add. Yaas who Maria interviewed. And frontline, we talk about this I think all the time you know the Obama deportation policy she was named to the transition team of Biden's campaign and all the immigrants, rights, activists, immigrant lawyers that I know I know you guys have been following. This are just there's a story in the hill people need to read it. They are up in arms about destroy. So there's a lot of questions about the Democrats right. Right it's it's yours to lose and I have nothing personally against Cecilia when yours But I did interview her and it was a moment that was very challenging Was You know? Talk me down 'cause right now I'm feeling like the. Vote. We are combined this immense electorate and it's like. Are you kidding me twenty twenty? I've been talking about this since the first time I covered politics in what in the early nineteen nineties. POC voters taken for granted.
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"grant long" Discussed on G.I. Joe: A Real American Headcast
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"grant long" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"That's what I'm finding on just healthcare insurance. Would that be worth coming in for visit? I think it would be worth it. So again, Medicare planning is is what I call the the lost part of the income plant scenario where you look at infant playing software generally doesn't have Medicare planning on it. Okay. When it has on its life insurance long-term care. Well, granted long-term cares issue and so's life insurance. But you know, what folks everybody sixty five years old kinda plan for Medicare everybody. Everybody. Is gonna look at or need to look at some form of a meta gap policy. Now, granted there are covered is out there that don't cost you anything. Meaning there's plans that time, but you're in a network there HMO's and most likely you're going to be some sort of a network, and if you get outside of the network and it's questionable. Whether that coverage is going to be there to take care of you, should you need it. So again, look at all the avenues that you have look at everything combined. What I think I'm really finding out is a lot of people who have health insurance, for example, by sixty five sixty eight sixty nine is still have the same plan that they purchase they've experienced a little bit of growth in that plant meeting, costly lounges adjustments your premiums higher. When I'm finding out is that guys at buck guys. And gals bought at sixty five sixty six years old. If they revisit that policy at sixty eight sixty nine maybe seventy the find that new policy at sixty six seventy is cheaper than buying one than the one. They bought a sixty five because what's been going? What's happening? There's by three to four percent increase per year on some of these things. But when you buy a brand.
"grant long" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"This piece off on billion Mike wanted them to do a sports center piece about their relationship about how he taught certain people in this town how to be sports fans because to me were you startled where any of you startled. I know it's been a septic tank down here in sports for a long time. But we're any of you startled by the fact that the Marlins have had ten managers and no playoff appearances since Wade arrive the dolphins have had nine coaches including Nick Sabin, and no playoff wins. The the hurricanes. Haven't won even the cruddy ACC one time since Wade start it and the Panthers haven't won a playoff series either. ACC clemson's won two national titles. Florida state's one won three national titles. Cruddy ACC. This guy mental punch in the face. Yeah. The Panthers just hired their sixteenth coach in twenty five years. No, no stability. Now. The coastal though, where you buy where you guys surprised by that at all that the losing has been that much around this winter also they did win the ACC in basketball. I I was aware of that. And it's one of the many reasons why Dwayne Wade is special. Why he's so beloved because the franchise is the only winning team in town over a sustained period of time. It's pretty remarkable when their average when they're five hundred and fighting for the spotlight this season. It's monumental disappointment. Only because we expect so much. It is a monumental disappointment. The most expensive team in the sport missing the playoffs. And this twain way thing gives us a little bit of feel good. But he's right about the raised standard though. Mike because yeah playoff. I'm we're old enough to remember when Steve Smith and the heat making it to the hawks in the playoffs. It's something that mattered around here. Icke smith. Yeah. Oh, what a terrible nickname. That was a physical series to think there was a brawl. John CONCACAF was in the middle of it yet grand long by line. Grant Long was one of the scary. Miami Heat blessed with intimidating powered Fords. I mean PJ Brown Grant Long you UD hundred we handle this. You d thing too is I know tonight's all about Dwayne. But this is a little awkward coming back next season. Just because he wades gotten all this attention. He's like, I I get one of these. Well, you d hasn't said he's retiring, right? No on the contrary sort of leaking out. Although he did that thing on media day where he likes it on a hoop, and we all just assumed it was a retirement thing. He didn't say it's word, those explains Wapping jerseys with tonight is it going to be do you d I would self. The younger version of himself. They're going to have like a hologram. A hologram tonight. A cool moment will be if you checks into the game. I mean, I don't know how doing how air expulsion approaches this because they technically have to get it. So I don't know if he's like I'm gonna play you down as twenty five minutes, that'd be a little odd considering they need to technically. So when you guys sitting here doing pistons math are we doing pistons math because Orlando in Brooklyn now in your only hope is that in Charlotte beat us Detroit in Detroit the other day, your only hope is that the Troy loses the rest of it's games. Right. Yeah. Pistons a their form is as poor as Miami. Lately. They've lost four in a row. However, they're playing Memphis in the Knicks. So it's brutal man for all the indictments of this year's heat team. And Wade has been one of the few positives of one of the greatest you could file it when they needed the games the most they played their most losing basketball season. There haven't been a lot of losing streaks like this then needed all the games, and they lost all of them. Yeah. They did four in a row at the worst possible time, but they have put up a fight though. I thought that loss. In Toronto was a tremendous performance by Miami. It was a great performance. I mean Toronto's very good, and they caught up tough break with the inbounds Aaron whatever was happening with the referee also their comeback in Boston..
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"I started to really pay attention to non-scoring. Plays. And I can't stop watching this co y one handed rebound from the game, and he'd linked to it. And if you remember it, it's you know, it's like it's like it's not it's it's a cool looking play because quiet because of his giant pause grabs the ball out of the air. And then goes the other way, and that's the place talking about. But it got him thinking got Muhammed thinking about just how amazing NBA players are. He took a normal basketball act, a rebound after Michele, and he made a look incredible. So my question is what other normal basketball things are made incredible. When performed by NBA athletes, the tough question, do you have anything to add to that what we have tons of games of basketball? But every time we go to a game in person. And if you get some of the good seats that we get sometimes it's still amazed me just how much sources on every that that is out there like the the the bowl like it just fizzes around. I would say just in general the speed of the being close. But when you see you see like a Chris Pohl someone when he does really FIS possibly, oh my God like. He would hurt. Ready? So I think that's something that if you get a chance to experience it go and check that out because it's really cool to see. And the other thing just gotta adding heat through quickly is some players who have very deceptively quick. You don't think quick Mike Conley? He's got very very good likes at a status step. I at crossover. You don't see it on TV because he doesn't look fast and Jeff takes and other one. When when he was here, the hawks we saw him up close a couple of times, man. He's quick. But he doesn't have that reputation as being a super fast plan. I liked that. I liked the passing for sure that's a good one. Yeah. A lot of sauce on that past juice in that. I also think it's amazing that if you watch any NBA player just shooting around practice shots their money like anybody like I remember the first time I ever heard of that was like Grant Long who was not a score in the NBA. But which you like eighty percent just shooting around from three. And it was like this guy. Never takes three. You see Reggie Miller. He's one hundred years old still money from the corner. How good these guys are when the games don't matter. It's impressive. It's insane. I saw Andrew bogut Anson version the finals raining in threes from the corn. I like it is eighty percent of them. I would just like to to one, and it's like, wow. Incredible. Or how people like Dwight Howard man work on your free throws. Why don't you practice free throws? He's like an eighty five percent free throw shooter in practice. That's wild. So when he gets the other line in the game. Yeah. Anything else said, well, the passing that passed that people get into the lane now and fire to the corners or from the top and fire to the corners. If you play pick up basketball, you got to you have to put a lot of juice. Hind that to get it there. Those guys do it like with nothing, but one one handed that that tossed any skip pass is hard to do physical. Yeah. And those guys have it's just sort of part of their repertoire, it's it's like when Matt Bonner was Dunkin on us once upon a time, you take the the guy who's would be ranked the four hundred best PO best player in the NBA. And obviously he's going to school everybody, sit obvious. All right, next, one got three questions here. It's a three parter. Hey, all I love the podcast, you're great yada, yada, yada. And then he wrote skeets make up whatever compliments you one cosigns say what one ad one. You're awesome. Bill. Few questions for you. And you can feel free to answer any or all them whenever you want..
"grant long" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Of billions of dollars return again, that's a good return investment. We're just back to the the incentives of the game. Right. You know? It's not just about baseball team owners all being, you know, greedy. Sure, they are might be. But it's just about the fact that you would be stupid not to you know, if you are a t- mortar, you're seeing all your fellow team owners get hundreds of millions of dollars in subsidies and be able to either pocket that. That back into the business. You know? Of course, you're going to ask for that. And you're gonna come back and ask for it year after year after year because you know, that Jeffrey Loria did it with the Marlins and Carl did it with the twins. And it may have taken the ten years you get the money, but eventually they got the money. So again, I think we're hitting a little bit of a lull. But I would be very surprised if the as the raise don't get some sort of new stadium deals in the near future. If it doesn't Volve some sort of public money or public land giveaways tax credits or something like that. Just because again, it's such an ingrained part of the business model that you know, I don't think it's gonna go away anytime soon, but you know, on the other hand my books out for books out for over twenty years now the websites still going, so maybe we're starting to have a little bit of an effect. And maybe the raise don't get a stadium, Dan where they are. Then they're just gonna move up here to Portland, Oregon, and it would be wonderful for me. But the last thing I wanted to ask you there's been a conversation in Anaheim. Because the the angels owner Arte Moreno once renovations the ballpark, which is showing its age, but there's been an ongoing conversation with the city over who's going to pay for it. And there's been a conversation of well, if marina was going to pay for the renovations himself than he would then be given the right stole the parking lots around the stadium. And does that seem like given that I I think the parking lots around the stadium mood and valued at something north of I think two hundred fifty million dollars release the property around the stadium. Does it feel like kind of a maybe a developing trend where maybe moving forward owners, we'll figure well the public has caught onto the fact that we can we can fund our own stadium construction. But at least this is like sort of a workaround away for us to get that money and still say that we privately financed new ballpark. Absolutely. I think when man was twenty five years ago now when I started looking into this stuff, you could as sports motor walk into the state legislature and say, I I need a new stadium going to have a check for three hundred million dollars, and you would at least get taken seriously. Now, the one thing that has changes a bit of a backlash to that. So you have to hide the subsea a little bit more. So you say, well, we're not asking for money were asking for land that we can develop or asking for tax breaks or were asking for, you know, money from this revenue stream that was set up for our last stadium that maybe would have gone back to the city. If we paid off the old stadium did build a new one. But whatever you've been spending it on the old stadium paying off the old stadium. So if you give it to us now, it's no big deal. And I think we're saying much much more of that. And those kinds of hidden costs Jews Grant Long who is a researcher. Now iridium Michigan has been. Looking at this over or years decades now has found that the one consistent thing is that the the amount of these hidden costs again, whether it's free land or tax breaks things like that has continued to rise over time. I think the last time she looked at it. It was something like forty percent above what the headline caused was public stadium costs and that was years ago now, so unsure punching out with numbers. It will be even higher than that. So, yeah, I'm watching that angel situation very closely because the old mayor of Anaheim, Tom Tate, shot that down very quickly and said, you know, we're.
"grant long" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Week in solitary confinement. He has asked for an English speaking cellmate, he doesn't speak Russian very well having to use a translator. He's also asked for some clothes, and even a toothbrush now, his family said this all started because he went to Moscow for a wedding of a friend intelligence, the State Department sources, tell CBS news. They are confident that wheel is not a spy correspondent Jan Crawford. Their Wieland's arrests comes. Less than a month after a Russian woman Maria Bettina plead guilty to conspiring to act as a foreign agent admitting to be involved in an organized effort backed by Russian officials to lobby members of the NRA and the Republican party. Well, they got word yesterday about the new program for cheaper metro cards running late in New York. We'll get some answers about that today as we hear from Marla diamond. The delay was frustrating advocates for low income New Yorkers like David Jones. A new MTA board member appointed by mayor de Blasio. This is perhaps other than earned income tax credit, one of the major benefits that could go to people who are struggling that progressive mayor who signature campaign issue was income inequality initially did not want the city to be on the hook for the cost. We're going to do this now, but everyone agrees it would ideally be part of an MTA funding package in the future. If airfares program will provide half-price weekly and monthly metro cards to those living below the federal poverty line. Eight hundred thousand New Yorkers would be eligible in Harlem Marla diamond WCBS, NewsRadio eight eight eight thirty five the business in real estate community across north Brooklyn is reacting to the news that they won't be shutting down the L train for fifteen months after all this Newsom governor Cuomo. Here's Steve burns. If you signed a lease in Williamsburg over the last few months. Chances. Are it had a few hundred dollars taken off? Thanks to the pending L train shutdown now says Grant Long at St. easy. Those are some of the luckiest people in the city. Themselves for.
"grant long" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"In Long Beach fifty in Sherman oaks. In Santa Monica. Also, sixty sixty six degrees, rather at four zero seven what US officials fire tear gas into the crowd is some migrants push past Mexican police barricades and tried to rush towards the border US customs and border protection closed. The Sanusi tro Puerto venture that runs between San Diego in Tijuana has since been reopened. Here's BBC correspondent will Grant Long now are US citizens trying to get back into the US and Mexican citizens to work in the US. To carry into the United States, but work, Connie hair. I very impressed with the whole the whole event groups of Central American migrants have been camping out in Tijuana for days in their attempts to gain entry into the US. Well, by noon today NASA will once again have landed a spacecraft on the surface of Mars if everything goes, according to plan, some of the greatest minds in science and engineering have been working for the past seven years to prepare for what's being called the seven minutes of terror within about six and a half minutes gone from twelve thousand three hundred miles an hour as we enter the atmosphere to just five miles an hour is we land safely on the surface of Mars. Tom Hoffman is the project manager of NASA's Mars insight mission where we're gonna land as a place called Louisiana, plenty Shah, which very roughly translated means heavenly plane, and indeed it is a very heavily plane, and it is very plain, but it is actually perfect. It's safe. It's a great place. Not only the land. It's a great place to do the science that we want to do. He says the space craft will spend a couple of. Digging just below the surface of Mars collecting data and photos to help scientists understand what's inside the red planet because it may help us have a better understanding of our own planets origins Cooper, Rummell KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio California. State poverty task force has released a plan that says they can end deep child poverty in four years that would affect the lives of nearly half a million children in a state that's the fifth largest economy in the world. But is the worst in the US and child poverty Conway, call us with the task force tells connects it won't be cheap. First year expenditures are an additional about one and a half billion dollars over what's currently being spat, and that will have an enormous impact in terms of both reducing the impact of deep child, poverty, which means we're going to save money and healthcare costs in in crime and juvenile Justice in foster care costs. He says the annual savings in producing child poverty by fifty percent would be twelve billion dollars. Dollars a year Rothbart? Sure. KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. Well, some Malibu residents remain evacuated as utilities crews worked repair and replace burned and downed power poles road. Closures is still in effect on parts of Holland highway.
"grant long" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things
"More aggressive throwing downfield they, they had a trick play Oto Beckham junior throws a touchdown to saquon Barkley which is very exciting and they got Beckham going a little bit more. They got him over the top on a thirty three yard. Touchdown of this looked a little bit more like what we thought they'd be authencity when they added Barclay to the mix and they got Beckham back in the lineup. Yeah, it's just I think you've got to tread lightly overall still if you can't block it off. If you don't trust your off of line, then you have to make combinations. Now what we could say his, should they make more the accommodations that the tech. Are making for their offensive line and go is six and seven man protections and run two and three receiver routes, old ill Beckham, Saint. He wants to go down field against cover to rather than Dink and dunk against cover to on your prey, not getting covered to if you're getting six and seven man protection. I don't know. Maybe it will, but. You know, it's just it's raises the question, how much do you have to amend your offense to camouflage deal line? What what's different is the Texans have a young QB who probably isn't quite consistent yet at getting the ball out quickly and the giants have won who has mastered that. And I think it makes it more tempting to coaches to take the eight yard gains again. And again, what did they definitely should not do those let their diva wide receiver sitting next to a little Wayne dictate the game plan. He so the the headline of this game outside of outside a little Wayne was, was Graham Gano wins it with a sixty three yarder as time expires, which just seems really unfair considering the giants lost to Jake Elliott and the eagles on a sixty one yarder week three last year. But the sixty three yard winds it. The giants had been appointed at that point. So if go does not hit from sixty three Panthers, don't win it. But yeah, Panthers took advantage of a of a couple of mis communications with the giants. Defense giants looked a little bit messy on the back end. They didn't. The communication was good Christian McCaffrey at one point ran wide open for a touchdown. Yeah, but this was this was certainly the the Panthers clawed back in this one and end up getting it. They also had a giants head to head a special teams mishap that led to a touchdown off of a punt where Beckham. Was returning punts today. He got hit in the, he'll trying to block a dude who's trying to down a ball inside the ten, then ginormous Jenkins sorta shoveled it backwards and then ally apple kicked in the end zone and the Panthers fell on it that kind of day for the for the giants Panthers. Somebody got got away with a with one a little bit here, but let's go Miami at Cincinnati. This one was wild as well. Dolphins got day, you know, Bengals drove early dolphins forced to turn over in the red zone and yell. By the time, it's a half time. They get educated Grant Long, punt return and seventeen nothing. And it looks like Miami's going to hang on. But I mean this one, this one came apart at the seams for them Bengals sorta clawed back and then got two defensive touchdowns in the fourth quarter, right? Tannehill I don't know, man, he kind of looks like he forgets. There's people trying to tackle him when he's in the pocket. Sometimes. That's. Thoughtfully harshest, and that's a that's a damning statement on his pocket presence. I like the fact that he hangs in the pocket. He just seems like he just seems to sorta hold the ball out at his side at the wrong times, and sort of doesn't doesn't really have the correct sense of timing at when someone is closing in on him. That's the last two weeks. No, I hear you. That I, first of all that first touchdown, the Michael Johnson, that's that's a fluky touchdown, wouldn't you say. Little bit. Yeah. I mean, it deflected and went right to him. Yes. The other one. I mean, I'm watching as we're talking. I'm watching the Carlos Dunlap play with Sam Hubbard. I hear what you're saying. These forcing the ball downfield. We gotta understand in this situation. They're down by three with two and a half minutes to go. Yeah. You might your quarterbacking that a little bit differently than you would normally and he's trying to make a plane..
"grant long" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Nj transit for its part says it is examining ways of improving. Service although there were no details on how our when that would happen ten ten wins AccuWeather son and some clouds. Today very, warm but not as oppressive this afternoon as it's been the last few. Days we'll have a high of eighty nine seventy. Seven now it's mostly sunny humidity at. Eighty seven percents Windsor northwest of nine seventy, seven and we're going up to eighty. Nine the AccuWeather real feels already eighty eight Robert Muller's request to question President Trump under oath has, apparently been declined his latest request the. President's. Lawyer Rudy Giuliani told Sean Hannity on Fox News last night so obvious, the special counsel is trying to set up a perjury trap I've never been involved in. An investigation on either side that's more illegitimate. Than this one that is so obviously more illegitimate and I wonder where's the sense of Justice on the part of smaller on the part of the Justice department Trump legal team says they have responded. To the latest interview proposal from Muller's investigators but offered no details on that Republican congressman Chris Collins from the buffalo. Area has, been indicted on insider trading charges but he says he is not resigning. And will run for reelection as Linda Lopez reports. Sahlin says he expects to be fully. Exonerated the charges that have been levied against, me are meritless and I will mount. A vigorous defense in court to clear My name prosecutors say Collins was on the board of a biotech company and learn a drug they were developing had failed a clinical trial they allege he shared that. With his son allowing him. And others to avoid more than seven hundred thousand dollars in. Stock losses but, far from saying he'll step down after the accusations will. Remain on the ballot running for reelection this November speaker Paul Ryan has. Removed Collins from the house energy and commerce committee however when Williamsburg got hip housing tied and so. Of course it got expensive to live there but now with the l. train shutdown looming some of the hipsters of Williamsburg thinking maybe it's not such a great place to live after all the number of apartments is, up twenty five percent compared to this. Time. Last year according to St. easy dot com they're senior economist Grant Long, says what the shutdown eight months away now anyone who's thinking about renewing is going to. Think twice about half the apartments in Williamsburg. Renting for less than they did two years ago with, an average decline of two hundred and fifty dollars a month Cops have caught up with. Dead baby found floating in the East River on Sunday the father was captured in Thailand James. Currie had a custody arrangement with his child's. Mother and. Picked up a seven month old, Saturday afternoon with a father returned to his residence to child was at that time. Alive but twenty four hours later chief of detectives Dermott Shay says curry leaves his co op city building we believe, at this time that the child was deceased and now the father. Is, taking the child out of the. Residents threes then spotted a few hours later near the. East River and a half hour after that a nine one one call for a, baby in the water we do not have a definitive cause of death the Thirty-seven-year-old then flew out of JFK to Thailand the child's mom called nine one one police started investigating. And curry will be returning to the city next week Al Jones. Ten ten wins at police headquarters seventy seven degrees mostly sunny we're going up to eighty nine the real feels ready eighty eight and now this seeking top home healthcare across the tri-state areas link homecare dot com Wins news time nine oh. Nine.
"grant long" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"The aim is more likely to how many corner bagger if you can if i had to make longterm not wrestler their career we're talking which take route nl so you have like brady's in the meetings with boston here's a blade we had the nfc teams which you're looking at guys like thick i'm just going to grant long island the ran expediting like and the giggle or submit everyone else taking aaron rodgers aren't that good anymore i'm telling you don't have mark mouland taken mandela and raining i take that those go i'm taking russell wilson oruma jerry off the top air jack all restaurant hill off shawn watson and doing one ad note i don't know for taking a birth declined ally every tier of guy and get her though you're still out on milk bottle 36yearold philip rivers and calling for the blake bordeaux's i'm that out hammered with gralow azam guys in the end the that's where answers you guys you doubting slice were stephen cooper gained who has even though he by not have ordered a curfew tony three years super it all have a domino have fair woman a ford all but yeah i thought jimmy d is us come a group of guys that lots of things i don't take awad an all thing but sort of the net next year in gaza where you go i think he has the beyond that jahor tential similarly staying where he's come from a ball outside what he's show is thus far but i mean the stick to invite from caved actually plant is they got because we started saturday quarterback doesn't give us a run four or five six seven gheorghita at all of the suddenly disappear like two thousand slow prion it's hard to identify franchise but i think you'd be jeon ride like internet went on the extent attic and rogers said of the i don't can they wanna use triumphs you'll be able to really but i think he has the next group or you go manager rents once you get to levin touched eight nine ten eleven but you would on the terms of it.
"grant long" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Plo shut drinks never ali feared he picked it up he rose grant long the metal as intercepted there were the table and quick looking over the future who gets great the go he looked at the prejudge it forty five yards audubon spurs saigon into his own bench now beats were that gone knbr 6'8 and streaming live at knbr dot com yes his so i deceive the patriots i was actually more compelled a little bit by them losing that i was by the first half of the lawyer game like i had the wigan on the like with patriots gonna lose sight kept on the kids and like switch back to the patriots citric and even at twenty seven to ten dolphins all to 27 attend lead i was like you know what tom brady's not out of the stamping authority has taught us a hero at that lesson many times and then when he make ted scored a touchdown to make a 27 seventy or fourteen minutes gone the game as here we go a patrick gonna went yeah here we go how they're going to win the damn gave that's how this guy has brainwash me which goes to show you when i finally lay down my arms in surrendered to him as the greatest of all time because he's just now created just such his his resumes to thick mass frican phone book thick now and it's like so here it goes against wide so thick film or got to say in joe montana's defence maybe discovered a couple of those losses fat and things joe didn't he like to go when those games anywhere that's all i have other choosing that matters i in the number one factor by a mile is how they are treated by defenders that's if tai and and this is not a whole time fat choice to get like t eight lawyers out on sunday to act that tom brady would not be playing football at age forty under the rules of the seventy ever learned lender marshall hit you fullspeed blindside no flags no nothing by that's after you release the ball two two seconds oh problem you can still hit the guy uh so i mean so so every with tom brady can't play tilley's 45 has never been done before we'll get you can when you're when you're wearing basically in orange jersey central.
"grant long" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio
"Than the lowest writer quintiles make important bitter kroner you're going to be more people were open worn out no not going through the government yeah i mean larry nassar denies no guarantee that there is no guarantee your and and there's no guarantee that uh let's say you've got a business owner and it's a pass through a see it's a no sub asks or something like that and and making seven hundred grand they say 28 grand does not mean that employees gonna get a twenty thousand dr r ray other what they're there might be a bit of a race for employees i've they're bringing down nearly three million dollars and it's an llc and it's a past ruin in now way then maybe there is some there for the employees a personality the the best place they can put their money back into the fifth is there anything you seen the tax bill that troubling uh other than it i haven't looked at it that closely on the back gambled from what i understand allowed cuts uh are due to a fire at some point in the future and of course than i've become to the health card because you know people are going to be screaming when their taxes get rate so this is 2017 and as you just said on nearly all the individual income tax provisions expire after two thousand twenty five this and keep in mind this is two thousand seventeen how often thus congress y'all scream and debate tax policy correctly or rear yeah exactly spell on think there were worried about competent oranje going pirate likely the grant long before that while sure or the so what it means is that if you get a 1200 dollar a break in your taxes in two thousand nineteen then you fast forward to two thousand twenty seven two years after the same expires and your tax break is only three hundred dollars right and it will occur in regard to put people are going to colonel matter what up there anyway yeah child tax credit the hired child tax credit goes away after two thousand twenty five armed with your clients have you seen negatives and.
"grant long" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Radio this is a bloomberg business flash from bloomberg world headquarters i'm charlie pellett another day of records on wall street sp nasdaq all advancing shares in amazon microsoft alphabet all climbing to records after the technology giants reported earnings that showed strong revenue and profit growth amazon for example up thirteen point two percent microsoft up six point four percent qiu goal was up four point eight percent alphabet parent of google and intel surging 74 percent nasdaq up two point two percent higher by 100 and forty four points first closed ever above sixty seven enrique at six these 700 one sp up twenty of eighttenths of 1 percent the dow up thirty three up one tenth of one percent and again the s p also at a record 10year up thirteen thirty seconds sealed their two point four one percent gold up six twenty the ounce are by five tenths of one percent west texas intermediate crude pushing higher fifty four oh eight now up two point seven percent brent up two percent to sixty dollars forty nine sets i'm charlie pellett that's a bloomberg business flash this is your bloomberg real estate report i'm denise pellegrini queens is getting to be a red hot market from us properties sold their last quoted the median time on the market was less than three months and grant long senior economist its treaties treaty says the boroughs relative affordability is behind the trent housing and new york city is more expensive than ever and new yorkers even though to relatively well off compared to the rest of the country are having more and more trouble finding affordable and lung says well queens is in tens trendy as say brooklyn it has some other selling points beyond could public transportation a lot of people are finding on priced out of the old brown phone brooklyn love there used to or the the beautiful town hall who may have corrupt by an unequivocal walk to offer out there is a very dynamic hotien in queens a lot going on culturally he says queens is also housing a growing number of companies in some neighborhoods giving the market their critical mass and the tipline back real estate report i'm denise pellegrini you're listening to bloomberg markets with carol massar and cory johnson on bloomberg radio thank you.
"grant long" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Wall street ended the week with an obsession the nasdaq surged two point two percent one hundred forty four points to an alltime high the sp 500 also hit a record high of twenty point gain the dow jones industrials rose thirty three points to twenty three thousand four thirty four berry bannister of st form nicholas tells bloomberg the stage appears set for further gains on wall street when you see growth and value both working their way together that's a sign of a broader stronger market super thursday earnings for the tech stocks was actually very strong some of the cyclicals are acting better shares of amazon microsoft alphabet all move moved higher after the companies posted strong quarterly results after the bell on thursday the economy was stronger than predicted over the summer the commerce department says the gross domestic product expanded at a three percent annual rate in the third quarter the crude oil futures rose to fifty three dollars ninety cents a barrel in new york jeff belanger bloomberg radio this is your bloomberg real estate report i'm denise pellegrini queens is getting to be a red hot market from us properties sold their last quarter the median time on the market was less than three months and grant long senior economist its treaties incense the boroughs relative affordability is behind the trent housing and new york city more expense than ever and new yorker even those are relatively well off in part of the rest of the country are having more and more trouble finding affordable heart and lund says well queens is intense trendy as say brooklyn it has some other selling points beyond could public transportation before finance priced out of the old brown thumb brooklyn authority be beautiful brunette farrah by an unequivocal walk offer out there is a very dynamic routine and quinn a lot going on culturally street he says queens is also housing a growing number of companies in some neighborhoods giving the market their critical mass and that's your bloomberg real estate report.
"grant long" Discussed on WCTC
"And i'd like to first of all just ask that everybody keeps those involved in this incident in their thoughts and prayers and and as as well as the the first responders all government agencies all of us that have come together and working on this incident please keep us in your thoughts and prayers and know that we're working very hard to make sure that we take care of the families who have loved ones involved in this incident had like to take a moment to talk a little bit more about the family assistance center as chief castle mentioned we have that set up at the cas at the convention center homework were fully operational right there right now excuse me and we've met with multiple families were continuing to interview the families in the goal of that center is to provide families information about the identification of their loved ones and as importantly to collect information from them so we can make the identification says fast as possible so we're working very hard at making those identification zone of respect for the family i'd rather not go into any details about the dissidents or their injuries at this point i'm available to answer any questions at anybody away half yes sir in order to hand over these many by air well i would like to say were about us quipped a is equipped as anybody in the country i don't know that anybody can be fully equipped to handle this but we've gotten support through grant long money in our county commission through the years we've trained in we've exercised and were putting that training and exercising in place right now and i think our staff along what the police department menson fire departments are doing a heck of a good job in handling this all things considered abdel shirt kengo him passed you have enough space coroner's office we do have enough space right now yes sir go ahead so as of right now all of the firm confirmed fatalities have been abc been recovered and they have been transported to our office yes upi i believe that key that includes the shooter but again that to that.
"grant long" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly
"Hot dog not hotline got hung are you sure thought at okay at not hot dog okay go two thousand six hundred eighty submissions 2600 twenty reviewed delegates whittled the number down at seven hundred eighty three presentations granting long oral presentations to 71 entrance apples submission ultimately made its way to the top of the pile an impressive feat considering it was the company's inaugural showing it it's it's part of having those people employed at apple they want to publish they wanna win oil absolutely that's great also this is it's it's amazing how much collaboration that is going on between companies on ai because this is absolutely brand new stuff they don't there i don't i've never met a researcher who really believes that the computers will take over the world if we let them go too far but there is a but there there's a lot of xfactor going on and what's the going to be the best practices and so it's like ereli as like you're working on nitroglycerine an everybody in every labs competing with everybody else but everybody wants to make sure they don't blow themselves up and so the sharing a lot of information and a lot of thought so another uh another tim cooke revelation a thirty us community college systems will start to offer apples apt development with swift curriculum and the 2017 twenty eighteen year that's good news uh apple this is curriculum developed by apple by the way capital factory you stole my logo dahlia split screen of i don't own the gear but uh that's your looks a lot like mine it's a incubator.