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Hall of Famer, 49ers great Fred Dean dies at 68
"News today. The big story of the day. Fred Dean has passed away. The Hall of Famer and former former 40 Niner great at the age of 68 was due to Cove. It 19 And for those who haven't heard, I want you to talk a bit more about him. But the NFL hall fame tweet this out that it was great his Hall of Fame speech and you're gonna hear Eddie D. And here is well, take a listen. I could consider being born by the truck. But having a renewal life with 49 being would afford it. I found it on the other side of that bridge on the other side. Wass rainbow, true ending of a rainbow. You know, Fred never said much. He was a quiet giant. But when the defense needed him to make a big play way, look to Fred and never let us down. Never no matter what the situation Wass. It's come time to put Fred Deans spectacular career. In historical perspective. First off, he was a pioneer. He was the forefather of the great high Bridge edge pass rushers. He led the way from players like Derek Thomas. Our own Charles Haley. Great Andre Tippett was being inducted today with Fred. And I'd like to say to the returning. A lot of vintage players were winded, please. I'm honored to be with such an elite group of guys is so important. The bottom line is I know I'm not going to cry. Ladies and gentlemen, it is my great honor, which I carry out with enormous personal pride present for induction. Intothe Pro Football Hall of Fame. Quiet, giant natural, great friend. I like to say to all those Here from from rusting. From Beauty college free. I just want I want all my brothers and sisters in price. I was well done. Ah, Eddie here call him the quiet giant and he has such a great Hall of Fame speech. I love and that kind of stuff happens is great. Wow. On how much else to say Eddie was At the induction. Just the words were perfect and, you know When you lose people now can you even have Ah Memorial of Hyun Roh? Howdy eulogized people of so many of our great you're dying and all the sports and Kredyt directly from covert 19, which is Makes it really sad but And he said it all. I mean, he just changed football and you look back on that trade. There was made and in our friend Dan Pfoutch. Maybe listening. He never got to a Super Bowl. He came close, and probably the closest was that year. What if she incline does not trade Fred Dean? To the 40 Niners. For the 40 hunters, you know, go to the NFC championship game in the catch and all that. And in front of the other side of it If the Chargers keep Fred Dean You know, Maybe that game is not at the Ice Bowl in Cincinnati. Maybe it's in San Diego. It's a home game. So Amy look at who won the Super Bowl. That year. That was a trade between two of the top four teams that went to the final 4 40. Niners won the conference championship won the Super Bowl because of Fred Dean. And the Chargers did not. So that's just one of those trait. I mean, you look at it. It's one of the biggest trades in the history of pro football and that it set the 40 Niners upto win again and again and again. And he was on the first two. So it's just a change history. There's no doubt about it. Yeah, a great tribute, Tio, Fred Dean and again, you can see that online. You can see Obviously the audio's really moving, But you could go online Social media today Twitter. And you can check it out onto the NFL Hall of Fame and really well done in a tribute to Ah, Fred Deans. There
Reds great, Hall of Fame 2B Morgan dies at 77
"The U. S. A. Today has just reported that the Hall of Fame second basement Joe Morgan has passed away at the age of 77 Bob Nightengale, one of the top baseball writers in the country. Great reputation. Joe Morgan 22 years in the major leagues hit 268 home runs stole 689 bases, won three World Series with the Reds in the 19 seventies to time EVP 10 time All Star. And, of course, a bearing a native from Castle, Mont. High School in Oakland stand. I remember watching Joe Morgan when I was very young when he came up assay Young rookie with the Houston the colt 45 think even before they were named the Astros and man, he was so exciting to watch because, you know, he was a little guy, relatively speaking left handed hitter and he had great speed. He had great power, and he was one fearsome competitors when he went up to the plate and a great treasure of Bill Giles, longtime baseball executive was married to one of my aunts, friends that it was a long story, but anyway, he used to send stuff from the Houston colt 45 to me. And I had Ah, Joe Morgan autographed picture and I thought it was cool. That little guy can play baseball and he sure good, he sure sure could so
"great hall" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Service inside the court's Great Hall. She was not an opera star, but she found her stage right behind me in our courtroom. There, she won famous victories that helped move our nation closer, equal justice under law, Chief Justice John Roberts said Ginsberg voice was soft, but when she spoke, people listened Friday, Ginsberg will lie in state here, the capital, becoming the first woman to do so on Capitol Hill. Jared Halpern Fox News Our investigation found that Mattingly Cosgrove were justified in their use of force after having been fired upon by Kenneth Walker. That is Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, making the announcement this afternoon. Two of the officers will not face charges related to the death of Briana Taylor. Third, has been indicted by a grand jury on three counts. Including wanton endangerment, and Cameron, making it clear evidence shows that officers both knocked and announced their presence at the apartment. The officer, statements about their announcement are corroborated by an independent witness, who was near in a proximity to apartment for In other words, the war was not served as a no knock warrant. Checking your money. Tonight The Dow finished the day down. 525 points the S and P 500 down 79, the NASDAQ Down 3 31 w e mail, traffic and weather Next. Here's a Here's a fun little thing. Your Amazon echoed here. Chris Plante weekdays nine to noon for one time set up, say Alexa enabled W ell skills and to listen Just a Alexa Open W.
Chief Justice John Roberts pays tribute to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
"Of fighter and a winner. Just some of the words Chief Justice John Roberts used today to describe his colleague, the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Ginsberg, who died last week of pancreatic cancer, was honored at a private ceremony today in the Great Hall of the Supreme Court, where the chief justice hailed her as a pivotal force for women's rights. It has been said that Ruth wanted to be an opera virtuoso. It became a rock star instead. But she chose the law. Subjected to discrimination in law school and the job market because she was a woman, Ruth would grow to become the leading advocate fighting such discrimination in court. Ginsberg's flag draped coffin or a casket was placed at the top of the court's front steps of the public and pay their respects to just the second woman to serve on the high court. Justice Ginsburg was 87 years old.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Commemorations Begin in Washington, DC
"To the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg courts remaining eight justices gathered this morning at the High court. The justices appeared together at the Supreme Court for the first time since the building closed in March. Chief Justice John Roberts spoke during a private ceremony in the Great Hall. Among the words that best describe Ruth. Tough, brave a fighter a winner. It. Also thoughtful, careful. Compassionate honest, Roberts says Ginsberg's opinions into sense will steer the court for decades. They are written with the unaffected grace of precision. Ginsberg died Friday at the age of 87. She will lie in repose at the court for two days before her casket is moved to the capital. My camp in
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Commemorations Begin in Washington
"Lined up outside the U. S Supreme Court building to say a final goodbye to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. W. GOP's Mitchell Miller has more from Capitol Hill. The late justice lies in repose in a flag draped casket that's under the portico of the Supreme Court, where people are slowly walking by paying respects. Earlier, chief Supreme Court Justice John Roberts. Remember Justice Ginsburg during a solemn ceremony in the court's Great Hall. It has been said that Ruth wanted to be an opera virtuoso. It became a rock star instead. But she chose the law, and he says she used the law to fight against discrimination she experienced as a woman, Ruth would grow to become the leading advocate fighting such discrimination in court. Justice. Ginsberg will lie in repose on Thursday as well and then become the first woman to lie in state at the Capitol on Friday at the U. S. Supreme Court. Mitchell Miller w T o P News And
Roberts: Ginsburg was 'tough, brave, a fighter, a winner'
"The supreme court's remaining eight justices gather to pay their respects to their colleague the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg the justices appeared together at the supreme court for the first time since the building closed in March Chief Justice John Roberts spoke during a private ceremony in the great hall among the words that best describe Ruth tough brave fighter a winner but also fought for careful compassionate honest Roberts says Ginsburg's opinions and dissents will steer the court for decades they are written with the unaffected grace of precision Ginsberg died Friday at the age of eighty seven she will lie in repose at the court for two days before her casket is moved to the capital my camp in Washington
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Honored At The Supreme Court
"To imagine that something can be different and suggesting that Ruth Bader Ginsburg achieved that. Speaking to a rather small group of friends and family and the socially distant times in the Great Hall of the United States. Supreme Court hears Chief Justice John Roberts, Jane Jim, the entire Ginsberg family. On behalf of all the justices, spouses of the justices. The entire Supreme Court family. I offer our help heartfelt condolences. The loss of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. That loss is widely shared. We know that it falls most heavily on the family. Justice Ginsburg's life was one of the many versions of the American dream. Her father was an immigrant from Odessa. Mother was born four months after her family arrived from Poland. Mother later worked as a bookkeeper in Brooklyn. Ruth used to ask What is the difference between a bookkeeper in Brooklyn and a Supreme Court justice? Her answer one generation. It has been said that Ruth wanted to be an opera virtuoso. It became a rock star instead. But she chose along. Subjected to discrimination in law school and the job market because she was a woman, Ruth would grow to become the leading advocate fighting such discrimination in court. She was not an opera star, but she found her stage right behind me in our courtroom. There. She won famous victories that helped move our nation closer. Equal justice under law. To the extent that women are now a majority in law school's not simply a handful. Later she became a star on the bench. She sat for 27 years. For 183 majority concurring and descending opinions. Will steer the court for decades. They are written with the unaffected grace of precision. A voice in court and in our conference room was soft. When she spoke, people listened. Among the words that best describe Ruth. Tough, brave fighter a winner but also fought for Careful.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg lies in repose at Supreme Court
"And more on our top story now Ruth Bader Ginsburg lying in repose today in the you at the U. S. Supreme Court and joining us live on our live to the White House. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy's Steven Good Morning. So what's the What's the scene in Washington this morning? What's it look like? Well, it'll be a somber scene at the high court, Mourners will be able to stream into the Great hall keeping their social distance. Of course, there's black bunting on the frame of the door that leads into the Supreme Court chamber. And as per tradition dating back to the late 18 hundreds, there is black bunting on the chair next to the chief justice, where Justice Ginsburg sat that bunting will stay there for some time, even though the court well, the court will actually holds its first session less than two weeks, first Monday in October. The Justice League justice will, of course, as you probably have heard lie in state at the Capitol on Friday, and what's interesting is and it's hard to believe this, but Ruth Bader Ginsburg will be the first woman to lie in state at the Capitol. Not the first woman to lie in honor at the capital. You may be wondering what's the distinction. Rosa Parks lay in honor at the capital. After she passed the differences, government officials lie in state When their bodies are placed in a place of honor in the capital, and that's the difference. Rosa Parks was not a government official Rithmetic Ensberg Waas, So Ginsberg will lie in state. She will then be buried next to her husband at Arlington
Thousands expected to honor Ginsburg at Supreme Court
"Thousands of people are expected to pay their respects to the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the Supreme Court where she will lie in repose for two days her casket arrives today for a private ceremony inside the great hall with their Supreme Court colleagues family and others close to her then it will be moved outside for public mourners in line with coronavirus guidelines on Friday Ginsburg will lie in state at the capitol the first woman to do so and only the second Supreme Court justice after William Howard Taft who'd also been president Rosa Parks a private citizen was lain in honor at the capitol next weekend's Berg will be buried beside her husband Martin in a private ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery the feminist icon and leader of the court's liberal bloc died last week from cancer I'm Julie Walker
Ginsburg Supreme Court: Trump to name nominee by week's end
"President Trump is calling for swift confirmation of the next U. S. Supreme Court Justice Trump says he'll announce his nominee by the end of the week to replace late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. As NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. Ginsberg's body will lie in repose at the U. S Supreme Court building later this week. Ginsberg's casket will arrive in front of the court Wednesday morning ahead of a private ceremony in the court's Great Hall. She will then lie in repose under the portico at the top of the courthouse steps for public viewing through Thursday. On Friday, Ginsberg will lie in state inside the Capitol Building Statuary Hall. The late justice will be buried next Tuesday at Arlington National Cemetery beside her husband, who died in 2010, NPR's Windsor
"great hall" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Great hall guard with your financial issues. Update. The corn market finished the week on the defensive, with mostly favorable weather forecast, keeping the pressure on prices. This week. We should start against him. Analyst yield projections for the U. S Gaze August report. It's going to be kind of interesting to see how optimistic they're going to be about the yields In the overnight trade. We have spot futures trading on changes. We can look for some additional direction in this market. Serving oil was stronger. On Fridays. We saw increased demand for soybean oil and bio fuels and as strength was enough to pull soybeans to a higher close as well on the weather front, mostly favorable weather is expected for the Midwest, although there are some concerns of possible dryness. The first half of August that were expressed by trainers in the market on Friday. The conventional wisdom is that the crop condition reporters were unchanged when this afternoon's report comes out. The overnight trade. We're seeing additional follow suit through strength from Friday's trade, with the spot futures trading four cents higher as I record this, the wheat market was mixed in the week with Chicago in Kansas City marginally higher in Minneapolis, a touch lower as traders kind of anticipate spring wheat harvest hitting high gear. In the overnight raid we have all three complex is kind of on their heels with Chicago in Kansas City, each sixth sense Lord Minneapolis's trading down a nickel after the great performance on Thursday, Cotton futures were unable to follow through to the upside, with the December futures closing down 52 points. They settle it 60 to 66. In the overnight trade. We have spot future is on the upswing. Once again. Trading 25 points higher is their record This life start futures were stronger straight across the board on Friday, October life cattle futures ended the session $1.12.5 higher will September of feeder cattle or a buck 80 higher at the closing bell. Lean. Hard futures were stronger as well. With the October futures closing up a dollar and 30 cents. Class three military has also got back on the winning track, with the August futures finishing up 23 points, settling at 2103 were trading additional three points higher in the overnight trade. We'd cut out values were mixed Choice box beef was a dollar, 46 cents higher. Closing A two or 3 26 will select boxes were dollars 61 cents Lower..
China Abandons Growth Target for Year as Coronavirus Disrupts Economy
"Knees on the economy the premier addressing the opening of the national people's Congress declared the government had cheated decisive victory against the crime virus outbreak in the country had shown great resilience but a break with tradition try to abandon setting an annual growth target for twenty twenty recognizing the difficulties in restarting its economy amid a pandemic premier league can claim who is the second ranked in the Communist Party hierarchy behind G. made his speech nearly three thousand Congress delegates wore masks as they said neat rows in the on a great hall of the people in place how blunt the impact of the slowdown with what with goals to limit inflation and unemployment is at channel face challenges like never before however we have unique political and institutional strength is strong economic foundation enormous market potential and hundreds of millions of intelligent and hardworking people horizons for trident China's developments are full of promise the Congress outlined the party's plans disclosed in a surprise move Thursday night for new laws in Hong Kong to prevent and punish the session so version in foreign infiltration and his blame for fuelling unrest in the city the legislation would also allow the maintenance of your security agencies to set up their operations publicly in Hong Kong for the first time so now the Chinese politburo will be running Hong Kong security which means basically they're now going to imprison or kill anybody who opposes China's role in
Jazz great, Hall of Fame coach Jerry Sloan dies at 78
"NBA hall of fame coach and player Jerry Sloan dead at the age of seventy eight from Parkinson's and dementia he coached the jazz for twenty three
Jazz great, Hall of Fame coach Jerry Sloan dies at 78
"And NBA coaching great has died legendary Utah Jazz head coach Jerry Sloan has died inducted to the basketball hall of fame in two thousand nine Jerry Sloan spent twenty three seasons as head coach of the Utah Jazz with whom he won more regular season games than nearly every other coach in NBA history he's fourth on the all time list in a statement the jazz wrote like John Stockton and Karl Malone as players Jerry Sloan epitomized the organization Sloan was also known as the original ball he played ten seasons in Chicago including the ball's first NBA season in nineteen sixty six his Jersey number four the first retired by the balls Jerry Sloan died this morning from complications of Parkinson's disease and Lewy body dementia he was seventy eight
"great hall" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Allen she told at the great hall for unions in New York City if he was what with room he was guilty live at the marquee so a few years ago I was diagnosed with cancer and about five minutes later I had to start chemotherapy now when you have the kind of chemotherapy I had you lose your hair now in one way this seems like such a small price to pay you know my hand my life my hair in my life I don't know I think I'll pick my lines and I was kind of hoping that after my hair fell out and grew back I get better here I I have this kind of unruly hair and it has a mind of its own and no matter how I felt about losing my hair just the prospect of not having any forced me to reconsider my whole sense of my personal style and in a way my whole sense of myself what kind of cancer person was I going to be like how would I wear my disease when I try to hide it or would I announce to the whole world in other words was I going to be a star person or a weak person is it seems to me that if I showed up places suddenly wearing a star for the time people would know it was because I'd gone bald and they would probably guess why but if I showed up during the week even the people who could tell it was a week would probably assume that I was wearing it because I didn't want to talk that much about why but if I were a week I'd be saying to everybody please just let me blend in so why am I had this dilemma whether to wear a scarf for a week blend in or not Clinton so I thought about it and I thought that my my truer self would wear a scarf you know why because I have a lot of from self righteous integrity and I thought we would be dishonest and I wasn't ashamed of my disease so one night I ran into my friend Ruth now I had met reserve regionally because she was my dentist and she was a wonderful dentist very kind and generous and understanding about those of us who showed up needing root canal because we had failed to floss in our twenties and she used to say oh you know Jenny in terms of evolution our teeth are only supposed to last about forty five years so you are doing great.
"great hall" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In Beijing's great hall of the people the people clapping unison for one man she's in pain Communist Party general secretary commander in chief president of the people's Republic of China says he's making China great again from hi means a little. you're Chinese nation has achieved a tremendous transformation it is stood up grown rich as becoming stronger it has come to embrace the brilliant prospects of rejuvenation one it's October twenty seventeen and she tells party leaders one of his core beliefs China's destiny is to re claim a central role in the world god you get from work because the manner of socialism with Chinese characteristics is now flying high and proud it offers Chinese wisdom and a Chinese approach to solving the problems facing mankind. not since now zone communist China's founding father is a Chinese leader suggested so clearly the world could emulate China not since math is trying to have a leader is powerful if she's in pain. if what the party leader says is the Bible the scholars who decipher it study here the national Communist Party school flies the party flag and teach the parties version of China United across fifty five minority groups and the torch bearer of the communist flame. professor Hon choon she ang says she inherits that legacy in is now trying as indispensable leader so that father the country's development nichi Jim paying people's happiness need she's in pain if China wants to become a big strong country it will need she's in pain yes. she says his work starts at home his goal is to double China's GDP and per capita income he says he wants to increase the prosperity many Chinese already enjoy and now expect and reduce poverty. president of the said that now in the she's in pain China has developed she is dealing with making China great and strong. and that strength is also the military she calls for trying to quote stand tall in the east you folks memories of the Middle Kingdom the term to describe China centuries long role as an international power she has dramatically modernize China's army navy and airforce.
Climate Summit Special: Some States rise to Guterres challenge
"This is all wrong. I shouldn't be here. I should be back in school on the other side of the ocean yet. You all come to US young people for hope. How dare you you have stolen my dreams in my I childhood with your empty words yet. I'm one of the lucky once people are suffering. People are dying buying entire ecosystems collapsing. We are in the beginning of a mass extinction and all you can talk about is as a money of each economic growth. How Daddy you Greta Thunberg. They're the young climate activists who ignited a global movement of youth refusing to back down on the climate crisis and now at U N headquarters in New York she she sits face to face with the world leaders her and fellow youth have been demanding action from my message is that we'll be watching you delivering an emotional speech on political action and the fate of our planet she kicked off the UN's first ever full on climate summit today today at the top of the seventy fourth general assembly debates welcome to the lead is on a climate summit special. I'm Natalie Hutchison and next up you'll hear some highlights highlights from the Climate Action Summit where innovators heads of state and other international organizations from various regions of the world have showed up with answers to the secretary-general's general's constant plea for concrete plans on how to combat this global crisis of our time. UN chief into a new parish has been steadfast in his expectations nations for the summit the first of its kind repeatedly urging members to do without grand speeches and instead bring their clear actions on how to build a safer cleaner planet. Senate nearing four years since the world decided on the collective response to lower carbon emissions the two thousand fifteen Paris climate accord member states brought answers to the stage on Monday from the science to the funding representatives explained just how they've committed to greening their cities and implementing sustainable strategies for ensuring their efforts. Don't go to waste from the beginning. I said the ticket to entry is not a beautiful speech but concrete concrete action and you are here with commitments in the lead segment on carbon neutrality. Here's U. N. special envoy for Climate Action Mr it Michael Bloomberg the most important thing that we can do is to phase out coal as fast as possible and we are making progress since we I started beyond coal in two thousand and eleven more than half of the United States is coal plants have closed two hundred ninety seven out of five one hundred and thirty a growing number of US cities and states and businesses have committed to reaching net zero emissions these states would by themselves selves form the world's fourth largest economy next on the stage French President Emmanuel Macron on Climate Finance folks will take on its responsibilities disabilities. We have already ended any new oil exploration on French soil now the second part of this positive agenda. I think we need to have a trade agenda. That serves the climate. It's a gender when we trading. We have to be consistent. I don't want to see new trade. Negotiations Open with countries Tris who running counter to the Paris agreement I think that that would be deeply hypocritical given all of the debates that we continue to have today and also in previous days. We need to have a carbon neutral chill. Europe and we need to have zero imported deforestation. This is essential. This is a deep change. It is a real revolution and it doesn't mean the we don't import certain things but the any imports should have a negative consequence we if there there is a negative consequence in terms of deforestation for example that has to be compensated for if not we'll continue to have fine words but trade agenda that runs counter to those words and on the link between coal phase out and Human Health Executive Director of Clean Air Fund Miss Jane Burston Appalachian Kills Seven million people every year and many millions more Safa with chronic conditions that caused or exacerbated by pollution. I want you to imagine the schoolgirl gulping on the road side because of an asthma attack Broughton by air pollution the causes of climate change of very often the same as the causes of Appalachian Burning Fossil fuels like coal is one of them. It contributes two-thirds of outdoor. Oh Appalachian the deletion staffel can also be the same renewable energy electric mobility more walking and cycling to name just a few and an economic terms the and the World Bank calculate that tackling Appalachian will actually save US money trillions a year so I urge the leaders gathered here today to respond to the World Health Organization's call to action and to put tackling Appalachian at the top of your agenda agenda because cleaner is a human right and together. We can make it a human reality. Thank you the turning it over to Costa Rica. The good news is what I thought of this good afternoon secretary-general Excellencies. It is possible for country to support its economy with trysofi coming from one thousand nine percent renewable sources. Is it a possible yes or not oh no. Is it possible for a tropical country that had the highest rate of deforestation in the world in twenty years news to revert that process. Is it possible yes or no is it possible to achieve growth ended the economic wellbeing at the same time as we invest in nature yes or no today what. I want to tell you categorically. Gorki is that the answer is yes. Yes we can do it. Yes it is possible because Costa Rica as a middle income. Come country has been able to do this. There is no excuse for countries with more resources and possibilities to do the same Carlos over although cassava president of Costa Rica getting down to the Science Prime Minister of Iceland up next Iceland's electricity and heating now comes one hundred percent from renewable. Was this hard work. Yes did it cost of course arse but clean energy transformation was perhaps our best investments in terms of both the economy and the quality of life and I am convinced at the investment we are making now in implementing an energy shift in our transport system is going to be vital to fight the climate crisis but also going to be we are very good investment for our society and our economy in Iceland we have lost ninety five percent of our loans since settlements and health of the fragile child canucks soil and we are now reversing this our island is getting greener this year the government launched new projects to heal the land and soak up carbon from the from spirit at the same time using innovation to pump carbon dioxide underground transforming carbon dioxide into solid minerals in Bass soft rock speaking for small islands often bearing the brunt of climate change Barbados Prime Minister Mia a more motley. The science is clear and the the evidence is even clearer that the lives of our people have been lost and properties abandoned and these tell the story far better than any speech. We can make this great hall the basis. The Alliance of Small Island states needs to keep temperatures this increases in this global community to less than one point five to stay alive. not this rave but to stay alive. We have as well to look at how best we can blend public resources and to that extent our country has introduced not true disaster clauses in bonds as have other countries in the region bobby therefore recognizes the urgency of Austin and insurance colloquium for interested leaders at the national and state levels of independent nations and dependent territories to to confront what we believe will be a growing crisis with respect to the affordability of insurance in our countries similarly believe Mr Secretary General that the real solution is for us to keep asking people to make commitments commitments that are small in the hope that we reach there but the global community must accept that it is within our power to halt and reverse exclaiming change. It's the world can make it possible to have driverless cars then we surely can find it possible to be able to saying that technology to halt and reverse this climate crisis secretary general. Antonio Guiterrez reaffirmed that though time is running out we can still take steps to improving the health of the planet time is running out but it's not two lights the calls of wisely villages business this and specially young people what taking to the streets to demand that we change our relationship with nature now that lace up our running shoes and weaned the climate race the you've just heard innovators heads of state and international organizations presenting solid solutions to this pressing issue of our time at the UN's climate action summit here in New York. We'll have more coverage for you this week as high level meetings continued to get underway during this busy time headquarters follow along at UN News Dot Org for the latest and be sure to check out our new uncomplicated podcast on soundcloud aimed demystifying what goes on here at the United Nations. This has been a special edition of our flagship podcast the Liz on. I'm Natalie Hutchison. Thanks for listening.
"great hall" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"In tax the great hall but we're still doing testing bottom line the future of construction the airport remains uncertain before being fired the developer estimated it would cost them two hundred and eighty eight million dollars more with completion not until two thousand twenty four as fox thirty ones Joe Saint George a case of the plague is being confirmed in weld county health officials say was recently found in a prairie dog colony in the southwestern part of the county residents are being advised protect themselves by using insect repellent while in areas where fleas may be present they should also keep their pets save health officials also at exposure risk to the public is low plate was recently found in prairie dogs in the commerce city area as well Democrats are democratic I should say skews me as I continue on democratic presidential candidate Tom sire gonna continue swing through Colorado say he's going to take a tour of the alliance center this morning in downtown Denver followed by a round table discussion with progressive leadership star then heads to aspen for a keynote speech at Kline action committee despite joining the race in recent weeks he's close to qualifying for next month's democratic presidential debate in Houston the candidate tops dire hopefully gonna be joining us a little later this morning here on Colorado's morning news to talk about his candidacy and more things and speaking of candidates Stephen Colbert having some fun with former governor John Hickenlooper his decision to drop out of the presidential race there's news about presidential candidate and phantom of the brew pub John Hickenlooper last night I told you that he can looper was considering dropping out of the presidential race tonight I'm here to tell you that I was right last night take a look at this video.
"great hall" Discussed on Big Time Baseball
"It seems like they're going to hold onto these guys yeah. I thought that's that's the first thing I thought when I saw stroman. Go deal go down. I was like this makes no sense. Maybe they're getting him to flip them to the Yankees and and hold onto it because we know from everything I've read. Stroman really wanted to go to the Yankees. He thought he was going to the Yankees and in that didn't happen I I thought for sure to mets would be flipping talked to some some some reporters that are that are involved in this and they said that that wasn't the case that the mets have indicated that they want to hang onto under stroman and and kind of prepare for this twenty twenty season back to this Indians and reds deal though I thought the Indians came back with a Great Hall all right you get Yasuo puig and I'll be volatile at times <hes> you're hoping with the Ramirez and and some of the the Latin Latin <hes> <hes> of flavored at got over that maybe he can kinda calmed down a little bit <hes> you bring in Logan Allen who was a prospect that was highly regarded here in San Diego. You go you get a big power. Bat friend mill res-. Who I think has a chance to be very good hitter. He's limited defensively but guess what he's in the he's in the A._l.. Now so no defense doesn't necessarily need to be his his strong suit you bring in another prospect in Victor Nova. I think India has got the better of this deal now. The padres get something they <unk> desperately needed. They needed a the position players in the minor. League levels is low compared to what they have pitching wise you bring in a guy like Taylor <hes> Tra Mel <hes> this kid can play and and he struggled a little bit in double a now but you know how it goes. All teams think that they can fix what the other team wasn't doing with with a certain guy so exactly right but you know you have some of these guys thinking okay that these traits are go now I can't I just can't believe the amount of action that we've just seen literally literally the last hour and a half Larry it it it it. It's fun though because we talked about this in one of our earlier episodes when it comes to baseball aw they are behind the eight ball as far as keeping the conversation going about baseball and I if this would have been a slow in dead period during in a trade deadline. I'm not sure it would have been really bad for baseball because we know this coming off. Season based on all of the extension signed. This raising class is going to be <hes> not very exciting. You're is a lot of guys that were going to be free agents that have already signed dill's and won't be free agents no more so. I think teams understood that they see see that coming forward. They know that this phrase class is going to be a strong so they gotta make their moves right now and we saw a lot of teams do that today and isn't amazing though how you take a look at the Astros who for years were just bad I just lost one hundred games every year perennially and they didn't spend any money they'd but all of a sudden now they're they're eating in the contract like Zach Cranky right they. They want to get back to the promised land. They had a taste of in two thousand sixteen when they want it. All and it's like okay. There's the filling the seats would you you know the putting butts in the seats every night down there in Houston. It's a fun team to two wires but it's unfortunate that you have a fan base that has to sit through that right. It's a great ball yeah heart down there in Houston but that fan base to put that fan base through that and decisively the families come back and now it's nice to see the families be rewarded again exactly to go out and get these guys guys and that's the problem with with rebuilding the way the astros done. It's not guaranteed that it works out. I mean you gotta hit. When you get those number..
Reds Bucs tensions boil over into wild melee
"From the Mercedes man cakes. Here's Dan Patrick Welcome to the program. It's hour one on this Wednesday. Dan Dan Dan Patrick Show glad to have you onboard. Stay as long as you can. We're here for three hours. All eleven cameras all four Danettes. You can watch watch and listen if you like you can do both you can email you can tweet you can dial us up eight seven seven three D._p.. Show happy baseball trade deadline by the way it's a lot of hype this year might be married. Baseball changed the rules so teams can no longer move players in August member. Justin verlander came over to the Astros in August. This is the last day to make a move and most of the recent World Series Champs have made some type of midseason deal think of the Astros Getting Justin burland under the cubs getting aroldis Chapman Twenty sixteen but a little more complicated this year because thanks to the wildcard. You got a lot of teams still in the race. You gotTA decide if you're a buyer or you're. You're a seller or the case of the mets. Maybe you're trying to be both so teams may be overpaying in terms of prospects because everybody it feels like needs aids more pitching in GM's are in a tricky spot if you make a move that ratchets up the pressure and could weaken the team in the future. It's about winning now. If you don't fans get impatient nothing more frustrating than having a great team and then you have a questionable bullpen or the other way around good luck figuring out all the the baseball issues here entering into the stretch run of who needs what and what they're willing to give up. You did have a big deal yesterday. The Indians Traded Trevor Bauer. They got a Great Hall in return that included Yoshio Puig puig involved in a bench clearing brawl last night the pirates and the reds go at one more time the reds get Trevor Bauer for Yoshio Puig but the pirates in reds have been down this road before and I don't know what Rob Manfred the Commissioner Major League Baseball. Does I have no problem in policing the sport and sometimes the players do a better job than the commissioner or does or the Umpires to but if you're throwing at somebody and you could hurt somebody then I have a real problem with that if somebody's ladies showboats they'll they're gonna you know Cadillac their home run. I understand all of that but I think we're past that. You know there's something wrong with having some fun with the a game oh you showed me up all these other sports I mean aren't they sort of based off of that. Hey I did something to you. You may not like cricket but that's the new wave. Are we going to throw a ball at everybody who stands and watches a homerun. Is it warranted that I'm GONNA throw. If you WanNa hit me a hit me in the back side right message set okay but the problem is then you hit me and then I have to hit you
John Paul Stevens, NPR And Franco discussed on Press Play with Madeleine Brand
"President trump is paying his respects too late justice John Paul Stevens who died last week NPR's Franco or Daniela's reports this wasn't on trump's official itinerary president trump and the First Lady made a surprise trip to the Supreme Court to pay their respects to the late justice who is lying in repose at the center of the great hall Stephen serve nearly thirty five years on the High Court he was a leading liberal voice on the court until he retired in two thousand ten at the age of ninety Chief Justice John Roberts escorted the president and the First Lady into the hall where justice Stevens coffin was draped with an American flag the president and the First Lady walked hand in hand to the coffin where they bowed their heads in silence they then stopped in front of the late justices portrait they did not share any public remarks Franco or down yes NPR news
Mets, Tom Seaver And Mike Piazza discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"On ten ten wins. Mets great hall of Famer Tom Seaver has been diagnosed with dementia. The seventy four year old retiring from public life, according to his family. Former Mets catcher Mike Piazza says Evert will always be the heart and soul of the Mets Seaver will continue to work at his
"great hall" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Great hall of Famer Tom Seaver has been diagnosed with dementia. The seventy four year old is retiring from public life, according to his family. They're requesting privacy. Former Mets catcher, Mike Piazza says Seaver will always be the heart and soul of the Mets Seaver will continue to work at his figured out in California. Down in Florida grapefruit league Mets lost six four to the nationals. Jacob degrom sounding three innings to runs two hits two walks and four strikeouts. It was third time on the mound. This spring the Yankees. Blanked the Phillies six to nothing James. Paxton look good three and a third three hits five strikeouts. Denny farquars returning from last year's brain hemorrhage work. Hit listening his second spring appearance. The has got two first period goals from Valpola Anthony Beauvilliers goal in the third period. Broken tyre? The aisles went on to beat the senators four to two coach Barry trots knows that down the stretch players have to be willing to sacrifice their bodies this time of year. I mean, a skill isn't get your whole lot unless you have a high commitment we need a little bit more balance in that area. So tonight was it was about we got we got a lot of it. That's for mess. G plus Thomas Greis thirty-five saves the aisles again, even with the capitals atop the metropolitan division. The Rangers lost it a shootout to the Red Wings three to their sixth straight loss. They've earned appointed for those games. Both Rangers goals from Pineville butchnevich. Henrik Lundqvist kicked out forty three shots NFL the Broncos trading. Quarterback case keenum, plus a future. Seventh round pick to the Redskins. Getting back a six rounder in twenty twenty just two games in the NBA last night, the bucks over the Pacers one seventeen ninety eight the thunder down the trailblazers that over time one twenty nine one Twenty-one college basketball first round play in the MAC, Saint Peter's outlasted marriage to not seventy one sixty eight Fifty-seven Fairfield fifty three seventy.
"great hall" Discussed on WEEI
"Belichick. Great hall is great player. Tough, mentally and physically smart real passion for the games in grave condition. Gold McClay practice spray leadership thank all of those things transferred. When he went to down to Houston known Nashville of respect for my coach. Great coach, great head coast. Rabo was a patriot for eight years. And then valid check traded them. Variables said he wasn't that happy about that. And then talked about check for a while. But they're on good terms. Now. The patriots come in having won six games in a row. The titans are four and four. The chiefs are eight and one they are sixteen and a half point favorite today at home against lowly. Arizona Patrick Mahomes, JC NFL records. He's got twenty nine touchdown passes twenty nine hundred passing yards. You're trying to focus on an NFL team. You wanna make sure you're prepared? You can't focus on. The statistics and everything like that. So for me, it's all about the winds. I mean, that's all I wanna do. I think I said when I came here is going to win football games eighth straight three hundred yard passing games. It's amazing. The record is nine drew Brees. We got a chance to tie that today. And they're gonna win this KMart. Something very unforeseen cardinals have beaten the forty Niners twice but doesn't only two wins on the year lions and bears playing tonight. They'll also playing a couple of weeks thanksgiving in Detroit, Detroit three and five. They've lost two straight scored nineteen points and the bears in first place in Mitchell Trubisky knows the importance of winning within the divisions next three games will tell a lot about who we are. And where we're headed. But we gotta take them one at a time. So we're just focused on Detroit this week and take one at a time. So we got a lot of opportunity ahead. So just got to take a one a game. Time and take advantage of every opportunity. We get home, man. That's three one gaze at a time. In about a fifteen seconds soundbite. The the bears also getting Khalil Mack back. After missing the last two games. Falcons are coming on. They've won three straight. They've gotten to five hundred and they should win today in Cleveland. And they've just added a player. Dan quinn. The former Seattle defense cueyer, and he's familiar with the guy that the that the falcons just signed Bruce me, I've had, you know, obviously experience with them and have that he has, you know, obviously from the area with the scheme, and how we wanna play in the style and attitude we love to rush where so we'll feature them as a pass rusher within the group very fortunate to be able to have him here. Very cool for him to be able to come back home where he's got so many routes and family. So I added a pass rusher and not have to draft pick in the future or player in the future. Man. This is a win win for for both sides. You know, the Browns add the couple of wins and a tie but their seasons. Not looking good right now the lost four in a row. Matt Ryan season's going very well. Seventy one percent completion percentage. Nineteen. Touchdown passes and three interceptions. Bengals back for the by. This is the only game of the day where both teams or over five hundred and Orleans comes in in a seven game win streak seven one. They thought they were going to have days. Brian then tore his achilles in practice. And they don't have Ryan the Bengals have J. Green bothered by a foot injury drew raises the New Orleans quarterback. Andy Dalton QB's the Bengals time. You play a guy that he knows going to be a hall of Famer. I mean, it's just to to get to compete against those guys. But when you play quarterbacks like that, you're definitely not sitting there watching the game. When on defense is out the paintings and what they're doing. It'd be interesting to see if the saints have a little bit of a letdown very emotional win last week over the Rams how did they do today when they take on the Cincinnati Bengals who are probably not gonna win the division. But you know, got a chance maybe for a wild card in the AFC Jetson the Bill somebody's gotta win. Buffalos lost four in a row and the jets have lost their last three Matt Barkley. Remember him bad people thought was going to be a great NFL quarterback and Ted. He's been a journeyman. And now he goes the buffalo can certainly there nor us plan. Nathan Peterman bills have scored ninety six points in nine games one hundred three on the season. The jets are floundering and Sam darnold. Got foot injuries veteran. The thirty nine year old Josh mccown would be their quarterback today. Philip rivers will quarterback the LA chargers in Oakland. They're going for a sixth win in a row. First half the season, very good from rivers and he's hoping for even more in the second half. Four and eight that made it in last year teams at turn it around from four it fell just short Valentim until fourteen seven and three or whatever seven and four. Venezolana seven and missed it by game. So it's a long. It's a long season is truly one week at a time this league week-to-week to me. I don't fall into people say, oh this patch and the schedules easier than that passionate. They all count chargers. Beat the raiders twenty six to ten last month. Rivers has been terrific this year. The kicker Caleb. Sturgis wasn't very good. They got a new kicker kicking today in Oakland Washington off a loss. Dylan first place needs to win today at Tampa Bay to stay that way. And they got a banged up offense of line. The quarterback is Alex Smith change, certainly I think you're smart here on a short week shorter. We as we go I think moving forward though, you hope to obviously. Yeah. Similarly,.
Jon Gruden: No regrets on Khalil Mack trade despite 0-2 start
"Will start with you. Are you okay with Gruden start to the season as a coach? Yeah, as a guy who's running the franchise, I wouldn't have traded Khalil Mack for what he got, but as a coach, yes, because they are the reason you trade Khalil Mack by four, their best player. And that includes Derek Carr is an all time. Great hall of Famer. I believe in his prime right now, the reason to do that is because you look at your roster when you get there and you go, we're not close. This is not going to help us put over. We have too many holes, so we need to build for the future. So the question is, if you're not that talented compared to the two other teams, what do you do against them? Do you have an effort? This is something I brought up with Todd Bowles last year. The jets coach would even though the jets did never good record. When I saw the jets play said, you know what? They got a coach. He has his guys playing hard every game competing every game and what I've seen from the raiders. Yes, they were dispirited by the second part of the first game against the Rams. 'cause the Rams I believe, gonna win the Super Bowl this year. I think they're the most talented team in football. The boy. He had them close in the first half and against the Broncos were not the row. Rams, but still not a bad team that team went down to the wire. So Gruden has them playing hard playing over their heads that bodes well for the future when he gets more talent. So no. So far as a coach, Steven a.
"great hall" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Hill says goodbye Lisa Brady Fox News this Is one of the bravest souls our nation has ever produced speaker Paul Ryan a short time ago Senator John McCain receives a rare honour FOX's Jared Halpern live on the hill for just a thirtieth time in American citizen lies in state that the capitol rotunda were flag where the flag. Draped casket of Senator John, McCain will remain overnight. It's only right that. Today Near the. End of his long journey John lousier In this great hall under this, mighty dome Like other, American heroes before Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, paying tribute at a ceremony here former presidents George W Bush and Barack Obama will speak at a memorial service tomorrow in Washington. Before McCain, is, buried, at the. Naval academy. This weekend Lisa Jared vice President Mike. Pence also speaking in the. Capitol rotunda offering thanks, from a grateful nation McCain's family there too, including his one hundred six year old mother friends and family of Aretha Franklin are saying their final goodbyes Aretha Franklin's funeral at Detroit's grace temple church billed as an event for friends and family at the late icon with an, all star, lineup of speakers like former President Bill Clinton met performers from Stevie Wonder to Jennifer Hudson to others reflecting Franklin's is strong gospel roots in, a final. Sendoff for the Queen of soul Jeff monosso today's the deadline set by the US for a trade deal with. Canada after the tentative bilateral agreement with Mexico earlier this week we are Committed speaking for Canada.
"great hall" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"And so he said, I should call the people saying with the tell them them going to be over overnight here or later whatever. And she said you also into something comfortable and she had the house had a gorgeous staircase. The probably saw in the movies went up to the second floor. And in those days, people didn't have phones in every room. There was a there were telephone rooms, and some has is there were like little phone booths off the hall, and or she had a phone on a pedestal, and it was in the crook of this staircase of the grand staircase. And so he went over to use the phone and he's calling these people and he's thinking and it's like raining on him, and he said, oh, just must have a leak in the roof. I, I must tell. She has a leak in the roof and looks up to see where the leak and she is hanging over the banister peeing on it. My. Whether deliberately. By accident. He never knew because it just it was not. It was a good way to end the evening. Early Christmas gift on. High ceiling, twelve fourteen maybe eighteen. AJ Benz reenactment. It was great. It was a great hall, what they call the great hall. Make them happy, Bruce. I know my co host he, you know, it's it's semi legendary so, but I remember it being, I think he's interview, but I remember asking, I think his son who was a producer junior producer that was a true and he said, oh yes. He said that was the story. Seal the sore heel. She was there were many, many. I mean, I collected for a while. Anymore. Nothing. Good. Is that pretty good? Nothing especially. I mean, just just all kinds of like kind of crazy makes makes you believe that all the stuff that happened in the book, you know, with chopping down the tree, dust in the kids and Nikki clean the bathroom. All that stuff happened during, but they call blackout drunk periods. But during during drunk periods that that because she would always start by being, you know, fabulous. And my mother used to play cards with Gertie Moskowitz who lived down the hall from Crawford in the imperial house on the upper east side. And she said she left. They were playing cards as the play actually play at night, and she left at night late at night, like around midnight and went to. And there was Crawford was in the hall at midnight, vacuuming the hall because it was dirty. And she was like in Academy Awards outfit, you know, to vacuum the hall and I'm and she said she was completely plastered, but. It's like you hear enough of those new think. The woman was lying lot. You know, when she made up when she wrote the book now, do you know? Because it's connected, you know any Faye Dunaway stories. Oh, I know a bunch because we have the same agent in that, but nothing like crazy. I mean a couple of things like that when she was playing Maria Callas in LA at a limo driver who's who said, yeah, we're having a pool to see how many who, how many telephones as she thrown at you. It was. It was stuff like that. I, I mean, I don't have any. It's really Davis. Well, I knew her toy, but I knew at us towards the end not after I knew before the stroke, but she was just she was just kind of colorful. I mean, she she said, I would would joke with her. I was on the midnight special. I hope. Correct. Night special special, and we did David Steinberg host of the first one. And the other Davis timer was a guest, and and I was aghast and if you other people and he didn't come back to second week and I wound up hosting it, hosted it for two years because they people stopped doing live television. They would. They would give you their video. They didn't wanna come to the studio and do performance. So they had to fill that time that they used to have with with Dan's. So they did it with with the politically kind of politically incorrect a model, and and and David was on it, and we were. What we have. I start this Betty Davis. Anyway. So I was, I was on that show, and I knew I was friendly with a guy who was dating Davis, a secretary, and he said, you've got to be Bette Davis, Eric, and she has seen you on the midnight special because we were talking about it because she's up all night..
"great hall" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Are you playing the tune or what yeah there you go all right so we've been talking about hall and oates the great hall and oates playing at the amway center tonight but train is the opening act and if you are familiar with this song you know how awesome it is one of my all time favorite songs drops of jupiter i've learned how awesome it is jasmine and some other people never heard before i don't wanna start singing at embarrass myself but i love this tune well i heard a certain host from another show things all the time yeah you might as well no he he embarrassed himself all right six forty at news ninety six point five wdbo good evening i'm kevin refuse president trump honoring a world war two veteran posthumously although he died twenty years ago today he takes his rightful place in the attornal chronicle of american valor and a white house ceremony today trump awarding the medal of honor to the family of army first lieutenant garland merle connor and injured condo ran away from a french hospital to rejoin his unit on the front lines back in nineteen fortyfive continuing coverage of our top story tonight supreme court ruling five to four in favor of president trump's controversial travel ban on seven countries you guys have been weighing in all day and most to chime in on our app are in favor of the supreme court's decision goals supreme court fortunately we do have to take measurements intervention a lot of this country so they come here to harm american lives now the supreme court needs to rule on immigration lower the supreme court said go trough what's next welfare reform oh have hoped for this country yet i'm gene wexler sending your opinion in favor or against using open mic feature in the news ninety six point five wdbo hand orlando international airport continuing to grow today workers making progress building the new south terminal yesterday the airport announced some of the restaurants it's gonna feature which includes shake shack foxtail coffee and orange county brewers phase one will open in twenty twenty with sixteen new gates tony good news and bad news the good news shake jack's can be at i a that's pretty great the bad news none of these flights sale across the sun very nice very nice six forty one at news ninety six point five w deviant if you are on the way to the train hall and oates concert we do have a problem on the force seventeen we'll get to that in a moment i it is the five day forecast with chief meteorologist tom terry brought to.
"great hall" Discussed on WTMA
"The united states department of justice he was an assistant secretary for legislative affairs and then he was an assistant excuse me assistant attorney general and then he was an assistant attorney general for the civil division and he would move on from there in the foreign policy world john was also one of the brains behind the buckley versus vallejo decision in the supreme court one of the laura's advocating for free speech now i he was dismissed as a talking head on fox by talking head on cnn who has a sponge between his ears they will be brian stelter thousand states great hall of famer but now the suggestions out there the john bolton has been colluding with the russians and therefore he couldn't pass a background check and as a consequence of that he shouldn't be national security director or advisor you see us sick the left is and among the sickest of the sick is this guy tim kaine of virginia absolute for let's give you a little background sonali democrats their position as he wants war with russia but he sold out the russian they can't get their argument straight it was like with komi he needs to go he undermined hillary then trump fires him trump needs to go he undermined komi so is john bolton a warmonger who wants war with russia or is he alger.
"great hall" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"China's pillars of power have been reshuffled with egon could firm to take over from joe xiaochuan as the governor it's the first new head for the central bank in fifteen years of correspondent tom mackenzie is following the story for us in beijing top face than at the pb you see what exactly could shift in terms of policy here yeah certainly he is seen as a known quantity he's been at the central bank since nineteen ninetyseven is being the deputy governor for ten years in terms of monetary policy very much aligned with what we've seen with the previous governor joe xiaochuan who has you said was in the post for fifteen years because he gong is very closely with him during his ten years as deputy governor on gradual reform so liberalize ation of the interest rate regime gradual liberalisation of the renminbi of course seeing is that the wind become a reserve currency so we expect to see more of the same in that respect we heard from him when the press surrounded the holes at the great hall of the people priority would be financial sexist ability prudent monetary policy and again saying that he was going to reform and push through and roll out more opening up reforms for china's economy so that's what we heard from him just about thirty minutes ago he does face a number of challenges of course here now among them is ensuring that debt levels don't rise to a dangerous level whilst ensuring that growth remains relatively stable you'll also wanna push ahead with you on liberalization at some stage without ensuring seeing a rush to the exit terms of china's capsule outflows so number of challenges facing e gang but certainly the view is that investors will take heart from this nomination given the he is someone who has connections to policymakers in the west and has deep.
"great hall" Discussed on No Agenda
"Yeah they they don't know scheidt man we're going to teach them a lesson well that's the theory i think we can teach them a lesson because iot they know what they're doing they're just light so far there's just no there dude their they're thoughtful enough that they've done a pretty good job of everything but dave never played with the blue light this a young look at this map everyone should look at it's frightening what they're up to their you're trying to take over the world and when it i think it's very good that were stopping that what we haven't yet hall were trying to while he i think we are here's another example in march of the end of march this year china and madagascar agreed to deepen belt and road cooperation there is a photo of president g jingping with president amata goss scar harry russia roma my pound anyone yemen enough at the great hall of the people in he was in beijing and they're shaken hands and you know so they've got a deal going on and what is the news from today or yesterday health chiefs are desperately trying to contain a deadly outbreak of the airborne plague in madagascar are oh i missed that kia 1300 cases have been reported coup is it's coincidence i think not i don't think so at all coincidence i think matt and that's one of our goto that's what we did in west africa he's bola all done all gone no nothing to see here no worries it's all over whatever we were doing there was covered up by bola madagascar and yeah we got a problem with you madagascar here here's the plague.
"great hall" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Hello i'm jerry smith with the bbc news president xi jinping has told the thousands gathered for the start of the communist party congress that china should take centre stage in the world and work to build a great power the address in beijing's great hall of the people which lawsuit over three hours provided important policy clues for the direction of the country john saad worth reports from beijing the world's largest authoritarian state is confirming its leader in office for another five years in true leninist fashion and in his opening address xi jinping spoke of the need for party discipline but for china watches the interest is not in the system but in the man seen by some to be accruing more power than any lead a since chairman now so the weeklong congress will be watched closely for clues possible changes to the party constitution for example and the selection of mr she's top leadership team a senior member of the kenyan electoral commission has resigned saying the country cannot hold credible elections next week roslyn a combo criticized the integrity of the electoral body and said it was under political siege she added that have been difficult to publicly defend some of its positions speaking from you york though to combat told the bbc that while in kenya should also feared for her safety given the trend of things and given the fact that there have been threats to my life my own staff our own staff and was met there burundi and ninety stood at previous election sliding thin safe at all i did not feel that i could be able to see this little things that i am able to say and steer b be the county a us judge has largely blocked the latest version of president trump's travel ban hours before is due to come into force the ban announced last month targets travelers from iran libya syria yemen somalia charge north korea and certain individuals from venezuela the judge said the van broke us immigration law the justice department said it would appeal the european commission is due to announce a wideranging package of counterterrorism measures later today according to the eu's security commissioner the move comes after a spate of recent attacks in europe our security correspondent front governor reports so julian king is britain's first loss security commissioner to be appointed to.
"great hall" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The advisers david we could start with you the whole thing i just the gossip in washington but let's let's go first to all trump at the us president at the united nations david vote will you be watching forget just to see the tone of his rhetoric obviously he was critical of the un during the campaign and during his period between when he was elected inaugurated and so it'll be interesting to see how he speaks what he talks about in front of this group of world leaders you saw him exit i'll say this is an exhausting schedule for for anyone up in new york meeting with as many people as you have to meet with during this is busy week austin for us as well as we try to get around town but he'll be speaking i think a 1030 wall street time in that great hall at the united nations just an incredible room if anyone ever ever seen it's awesome to to be in and we'll see if he has to say about north korean propeller my my your shoes at wonder if secretary tillerson will be in the room or will be out in a pub on the east river i find the the role of of secretary tillerson yasser nikki haley very interesting to watch he's taken a very prominent ill here over these last few weeks and certainly being the un that's her her providence she says she's right to take it i guess this weekend but certainly ifs and to see how how they they were roles they play let the pantheon of foreign policy experts in this administration said beating amara which falls into the bloomberg global foreign the idea of targeted mervyn king david fed meeting that's a good and beautiful thing is an absolutely just an incredible lineup of of guests who will be at the plaza hotel a tomorrow our friends he lock in town that we heard for purchased a little while ago before surveillance talking with tony blair the former prime minister of the uk but to a really dynamic light up tomorrow and you can order those interviews on radio and television none of it matters what matters is michael mceal be in the front row at the press conference richard yellow near the two o'clock hour bill gross alice rivlin jeff rosenberg join us for fed coverage really looking forward to.
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"Guy callaghan fox news for the first time in days there is no rain in today's forecast for houston the vast majority of heavy rainfalls already illu or extreme southeast texas in southwest louisiana up from like the burma area point uh northern eighth of their looks like it's the vast majority of the great hall is uh east of houston period peers that if using has any more rainfall petest a few showers here and their relatives david hamrick of the national weather service black harvey can't harvey and its aftermath have killed eighteen people thousands of people remain in shelters texas governor greg abbott telling is sean hannity the are working on a longer term solution to that there are different shortterm housing proposals that are offered up by fema it could be things ranging from uh apartments to hotels a different types of locations dormitories but something different uh then like uh uh uh an auditorium or a where the rockets play or where uh the football team may play we're going to get people out of jim's into genuine living rooms in bedroom hillary said the federal response to the storm has been as good as any tragedy in the us after his daylong visit on tuesday president trump is ready to return to texas fox's jill nato joins us live in washington the president didn't get to see the areas of texas hardest hit by hurricane and tropical storm harvey on his latest visit he and his staff trying to avoid disrupting the work of rescue teens but he's got a solid reason to go back again an offer his support has never been anything so historic in terms of damage in terms of uh ferocity is is what we with harvey might has stuck swimming sarah huckabee sanders says the president will head back on saturday and if weather allows it he may visit louisiana which is also seeing some heavy rain from harvey jack thanks jill fox news fair and balanced live.