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Gigi in Wonderland - Vogue's March Issue Cover Story

Vogue Podcast

09:26 min | 6 months ago

Gigi in Wonderland - Vogue's March Issue Cover Story

"She's perfected the art of living in the spotlight. But motherhood has opened digi hadeed up to a new world and a new set of priorities. I'm khloe mao evoked contributing editor. And this is g. G in wonderland knew that i have that animal in me says gee hadeed relaxed. In bright. from december cold the twenty five year old model is astrid colored quarterhorse named dallas. And telling me about the birth of her baby in september here at her home in bucks county pennsylvania following a fourteen and a half hour labor at her side. Were her partner zane. Malik her mother yulong to her sister. Bella and a local midwife and her assistant when you see someone do that you look at them a bit differently. I probably looked crazy actually. She says a giggle tinged with pride. I was an animal woman. Mallet cut the baby. Click that she was out says gee gee gazing forward through dallas alert ears as we plod through the upper fields of harmony hollow. The farm owned by longest boyfriend. Joseph goalie a construction firm ceo. I was so exhausted. And i looked up. He's holding her. It was so cute. She's in a cropped long as puffer stretch. Czar jeans and warned black riding boots and looks like neither a harried mother of a ten week old nor paparazzi ducking supermodel with her hair roped into a smooth bun bear face and tiny gold hoop earrings. She resembles mostly her teenage self. An equestrian who showed jumped competitively while growing up in her hometown of santa barbara. California what i really wanted for my experience was to feel like okay. This is a natural thing that women are meant to do. She planned to deliver it a new york city hospital but then the realities of covert hit particularly sequestering here ninety minutes from manhattan and the limits on numbers in the delivery room which would preclude yolanda and bella from being present. Then she and malik watched the two thousand eight documentary the business of being born which is critical of medical interventions and depicts a successful home birth. We both looked at each other. And we're like. I think that's the call. Gd says they placed a blow up bath in their bedroom and sent their three cats and border collie away when the midwife expressed concern that the sphinx and maine coon felines might puncture the tub with their claws. Malik ask gee-gee what music she wanted to hear and she surprised him by requesting the audio of favourite children's novel the indian in the cupboard. He downloaded the film because it was one of his favorites too and they spent the early hours of labor watching it together. That's something we'd never talked about. But in that moment we discovered we both loved. Gd says bash family. She then tells me that malik. The former one direction star turned solo artist. Who has famously press shy and declined to be interviewed for. This article likened his own experience of her birth to align documentary. he'd seen in which a male lion paces nervously outside the cave. The lion s delivers her cubs z. Was like that's how i felt you feel so helpless to see the person you love in pain. Doom dula malibu high classmate carson. Meyer had prepared her for the moment where the mother feels. She can't go any longer without drugs. I had to dig deep. Jichi says i knew it was going to be the craziest pain in my life. But you have to surrender to it and be like this is what it is. I loved that you'll monda and the midwife coach through the pain there definitely was a point where i was like. I wonder what it would be. Like with an epa darryl how it would be different jichi frankly. My midwife looked at me and was like you're doing it. No one can help you your past the point of the epidermal anyway. So you'd be pushing exactly the same way in a hospital bed so she kept pushing. I know my mom zane. Bella were proud of me but at certain points i saw each of them in terror says she ducking under a leafless branch. Dow also who've sucking in the muddy terrain afterward z and. I looked at each other. And we're like we can have some time before we do that again. The baby girl named kai digi revealed on instagram in january from the arabic for the chosen one was a weekly. She was so bright right away. Gd says adding that. The baby's heart rate stayed consistent throughout the labor. That's what i wanted for her. A peaceful bringing to the world. Kyw's world has so far remained small. Her mother rarely leaves the bucolic corner of horse country where the hadeed put down roots in two thousand seventeen. Malik bought a nearby farm. The shoot for this story. In early december at a studio in manhattan was the first time g g had left her daughter since birth yolanda took over caregiving duties even bringing her granddaughter along to feed the miniature. Ponies mama and mccoo. Gee-gee has no nanny no baby nurse. None of the traditional celebrity crutches of new motherhood during our interview the baby stayed with her father and zan's mother tricia who is visiting from england for a month to help she decided to completely take care of the baby alone says yolanda odd. And i think that bond is so important. The dutch former model turned real housewives of beverly hills. Alum was my welcoming party. When i arrived at the farm booming. Hello her arms wide on the threshold in. Camo print puffer and boots. I'm proud of her face on magazine but seeing her give birth was a whole other level of proud yolanda says you go from looking at her as a daughter to looking at her as a fellow mother. The natural transitions and generational shifts of new motherhood are at play in the household. It is a family happily influx on the sprawling. Thirty two acre property. The handful of cottages are designated for different siblings. But this summer. When g g moved out of her cottage into zan's house bella and brother anwar graduated to larger cottages leaving. The smallest is a guest house. We're still close by says she but we have our space to be our own little family. She hosted thanksgiving dinner for the first time this year with zero mother cooking the turkey g g. A prolific home-cooked herself made banana. Pi and baked yolanda favourite tatham. Bella occurred over stuffing and spiked apple. Cider in the kubota tv g g got her christmas tree early for the occasion dressing it with personal ornaments. That she and malik have exchanged over the years. The most recent being glass nintendo console a reference to a favor quarantine activity. I decorated fully. Without my mom's help. And i think i did her. Gd says they are tribe publicly known for their closeness yolanda the doting den. Mother gee-gee the fresh-faced protective older sister. Bella the edgier veronica deejays betty and aloof baby brother on war joining g g and yolanda in the kitchen for latinos and cinnamon rolls before a horseback ride eyewitness. These rules confirmed. Yolanda has the sink drinking a smoothie and finishing gee-gee sentences when she grasps for word g g threatens to have a connection if anwar eats her cinnamon roll when he ambles out of his cottage. But motherhood is a new phase and it will be up to g g to decide whether it belongs on the silhouettes of social media. I think she wants to be real. Online's as bella twenty four by phone from new york city but until her child wants to be in the spotlight and can make the decision herself. She doesn't want to put her in that position. Bela who splits her. Time between her. Soho loft and the farm and facetime with her niece and sister every morning says she already enjoys reading books. Aloud that jeeves to read to her including the rainbow fish and the very hungry caterpillar. It's pretty nostalgic. Bella says it could be argued that we are all hungry caterpillars this year cocooning and comforting with hope of emerging bright winged vaccinated g. G wants split her time between her condo and no-ho and the first class cabin of airplanes when lockdowns began she had just returned from walking fashion shows in four countries and discovering. She was pregnant on the other end of covid. She will emerge as a mother. Happily headquartered in rural pennsylvania. Still a supermodel. But one determined to lead more secluded less peripatetic life. I always want to be here fulltime. She tells me. I love the city but this is where i'm happiest furious. Speculation and countless think pieces have attended the question of what this time will mean. Will we slow down flee cities for less frenzied. More mindful life in many ways. Gee-gee the bodyman of such ideas. The sheiks glamorous version yes but also a person drawn to reassessment. It feels like now. I'm in a different place in my life. She says and she does seem genuinely at home

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"hadeed" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:54 min | 7 months ago

"hadeed" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The fives Lisa Vaden in the Hadeed carpet cleaning Traffic center seriously list of road closures between the State Department and the front side of the United States Capitol. And everything in between. So between 23rd Street and second Street on the northeast side of town driving around the Beltway. Nah, there's no restrictions. I don't have anything on 95 south into Richmond or north into Baltimore. Newmarket better westbound. I 78 75 stalled vehicle now on the shoulder now from garage door repaired calm. The W M A hailstorm art seven forecasts. Hey, today we're gonna be partly sunny. That's how your old remember the day 53 your high temperature Friday were overcast. The high 52 Yes, fried a little bit of that range should be ending by early spend arrived, but still could have a lingering blurry around on Saturday. 45 degrees on Saturday, 44 on Sunday but blustering I'm ABC seven meteorologist Monica Johnson. And this 117 Weather's right Now it is 30 in Chantilly 29 in Germantown, 33 at Reagan National. I'm John Matthews on one of 5.9 FM. Washington's mall. W M A L NOW Washington Morning Sometime all W Jeff. Good morning teas. 6 37. W M A. Our Washington comes to talk coming up this morning. 75 Virginia Delegate Jason, the ours will be here. 805. We talked to daily caller correspondent Henry Rogers been in a 35, the owner of Martin's Tavern right there in Georgetown. They're having a tough go of it. That historic restaurant's owners, Martin Martin. Don't you understand? I'm against holidays with Walt. Good morning on this boat, the eyes to 32 nays Air 1 97. Resolution is adopted without objection. The motion to reconsider is laid upon the table. Nancy.

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Pakistani Shiites rally against killing of coal miners by IS

NPR News Now

00:49 sec | 7 months ago

Pakistani Shiites rally against killing of coal miners by IS

"Isis claiming responsibility for the deaths of eleven pakistani. Coal miners amend were shiites. That were kidnapped and killed on sunday. Npr's da hadeed reports from islamabad. In a claim sent to journalists the militant group said they seized and beheaded the men near a coal mine in the southwest province of baluchistan. Those men were has ours. An ethnic group that is physically distinct from other pucks tanis and they overwhelmingly shiite that has made them a repeated target for isis and other extremist in pakistan and neighboring afghanistan in angry protest his our communities near the coal mine blocked roads and set tires ablaze. They've long demanded better protection from authorities. While pakistan has seen far less militant attacks in recent years some analysts say extremists including isis. A regrouping on the country's

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Afghan women's rights activist shot dead

Morning Edition

00:36 sec | 7 months ago

Afghan women's rights activist shot dead

"Gunmen in Afghanistan have shot and killed an Afghan human rights activist. As NPR's DEA Hadeed reports. It's the latest in a spate of assassinations that's rocked Afghanistan. One official recalled flesh that cost Donny as a woman who cared deeply about other Afghans and who lobbied him to help a family stricken through the pandemic. There was no claim of responsibility for cost on is killing. It follows the assassination of several journalists, doctors, police and officials. A security official blamed the Taliban for most of the killings, but residents adjust is angry with the government for not protecting them.

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Court orders release of man charged in Daniel Pearl killing

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

00:59 min | 7 months ago

Court orders release of man charged in Daniel Pearl killing

"Officials say a provincial court in pakistan as ordered the release of a man who was once charged with the murder of american journalist. Daniel pearl. It's the latest twist in the court case following pearl's killing nearly two decades ago. Npr's dea hadeed reports from islamabad. The high court in the southern province of sindh ordered the release of asked muhammad side sheriff. He was being held in detention by government authorities who said his release would endanger the public. He had been placed in detention after the same court acquitted chef in april. That was eighteen years after he was first sentenced for his involvement in the abduction and gruesome murder of daniel pearl in the southern port city of karachi the court also quitted three other men the move blindsided the american government the pulse family and friends and journalism advocacy groups. The acquittal is now being appealed separately by the government and paul's family and that process could take years. The next hearing is expected on january five

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IS says it killed female TV anchor in eastern Afghanistan

Here & Now

00:33 sec | 8 months ago

IS says it killed female TV anchor in eastern Afghanistan

"Afghanistan, where gunmen have shot and killed a female television anchor this following the killings of two other Afghan journalists last month. NPR's D. Hadid has the latest Malala May, 1 was a journalist and an advocate for Afghan women and Children. It wasn't clear why she was killed by gunmen who opened fire on her car shortly after she left her house Isis militants active in the area, But so are the Taliban journalists, activists and security officials have all been targeted by shadowy gunmen in recent months. MPR's DEA Hadeed reporting from Kabul.

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Trump plans to withdraw thousands of troops from Iraq, Afghanistan before leaving office

Up First

03:16 min | 9 months ago

Trump plans to withdraw thousands of troops from Iraq, Afghanistan before leaving office

"American troops are coming home. President trump said so yesterday. He promised to withdraw. Us troops from afghanistan as well as a rock and himalaya in the next couple of months. That is all the time that he has left. The outgoing president leaves office in exactly sixty four days. Noon january twentieth. Two thousand twenty one under his orders the troop presence in iraq would drop a little and in afghanistan by lot from forty five hundred twenty five hundred now. Trump is often promised to bring troops home but his move here drew criticism from a powerful ally. Senate majority leader mitch. Mcconnell are retreat would embolden the taliban especially the deadly connie wing and risked plunging afghan women and girls back into what they experience back in the nineteen ninety s. What had weakened and scattered al-qaeda a big do propaganda victory and renewed safe haven for plotting attacks against america. So how does all this look from the region. Npr's hadeed is based in islamabad. She's on the line. good morning. good morning so the. Us had already pledged to withdraw its forces from afghanistan by this spring. This came a promise under an agreement. It signed with the taliban course. The afghan government was not party to that agreement but what are afghan government officials saying now about this accelerated. Us time line for withdrawal. Well actually that we're expecting it because it's something fat. President trump has long signalled most recently last week when he pointed a senior adviser to the pentagon who calls for an immediate withdrawal at this point. They're actually eyeing the military equipment that american forces might leave behind As they rush to the exit. But there's also a sense of anger. I spoke to a senior official javard face all and he told me this poems. Do not want the to stay here. Whatever we one we draw to be responsible one and we don't expect our ally to burn. The house wants it leaves. They don't expect their ally to burn down the house as they leave. They worried a hasty withdrawal emboldened the taliban because it would signal to them that they don't have to abide by commitments for foreign forces to go echoing. Quite what mitch. Mcconnell said well is the talamante doing that are the upholding the commitments they made when it signed this agreement with the trump administration yes annoy the taliban are abiding by two key commitments. They're not attacking foreign forces and they are engaging in peace talks with the afghan government even though they've been at a stalemate since they begun but it's understood that the taliban also promised to reduce their violence but in reality they've stepped up their attacks against security forces across the country and they believed to be behind a series of unclear murders. Most recently they may have killed an afghan journalist in helmand. What are ordinary afghans citizens telling you educated afghans appear to be worried especially women they worry withdrawal will allow the taliban to seize power and that their rights might be swept away others. Tie it like a nurse. i spoke to a merger. Larry ellison's the fighting getting worse. So maybe it doesn't matter if they stay ago.

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"hadeed" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:59 min | 10 months ago

"hadeed" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Every 10 minutes. First on the basis of the Hadeed carpet cleaning job. Centre Boy, The Baltimore Washington Parkway has a tale to tell. With an early morning accident. North sounds from 1 97, the 1 98. It's closed and had a medevac helicopter that's gone now South Park. Is open from Route 32 to the Beltway in Jessup, Maryland. Group wants south of 1 75 closed for emergency utility repair on I 97 Quarterfield Road. We had a staff crash in Virginia. Nothing complicated. 95 66 the greenway in the toll road running smoothly now from garage door repair dot com. W M A hailstorm are seven forecast today. Some showers 73 to 75. It's gonna be comfortable, mild but again overcast and then from midnight until a m. That's what we'll get most of our rain from what's left of tropical storm clouds around Saturday. The high 77 can't rule out spotty showers and then on Sunday more sunshine, the high 80 on ABC seven meteorologist from them. Currently Internation scalpel 64 degrees at 8 47 time to upgrade your old tub Long bass will replace it with a beautiful shower in just one day call Now for $1000. We make it easy, long past that 807 155664. Sensitive, very respectful crowd yesterday as president and Mrs Trump went to present first lady I should say went to pay their respects to Ruth Bader Ginsburg yesterday morning and she was lying in repose in the Supreme Court building, you know, because they're so.

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Gigi Hadid And Zayn Malik Welcome Baby Girl: 'She's Already Changed Our World'

Colleen and Bradley

00:22 sec | 11 months ago

Gigi Hadid And Zayn Malik Welcome Baby Girl: 'She's Already Changed Our World'

"Insane. Malik have welcomed a baby girl G shared a message alongside of a photograph of Zane holding the baby daughter's hand on Instagram saying Our girl joined US Earth side this weekend. She's already changed our world. Indeed, caption the picture so in love, and Zane was the first to confirm last night that he and Hadeed had welcomed their baby girl, so congrats to them.

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Afghan mothers' names to be included on children's ID cards

Morning Edition

00:53 sec | 11 months ago

Afghan mothers' names to be included on children's ID cards

"Has issued a decree saying women will now be listed on the identity cards of their Children. That's according to his spokesman. Until now, Afghan Children on Lee had their father's listed as NPR's DEA Hadeed reports. The new law is expected to make things easier for single Afghan mothers in particular who struggle to do things like sign their kids up for school or get them emergency medical care. This is how the bar co director of the women's rights division at Human Rights Watch, So this law is actually a really important development, which is gonna have a lot of really world consequences. Boss says The new decree may also shift the common notion in Afghanistan that Children are their father's property. And it comes at an important time. The government and the Taliban are negotiating pace and feminist fear women's rights. We compromised to appease the insurgents, There's a sense that laws mandating women's equality have to be pushed through quickly. D a

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Afghan negotiator and campaigner shot by gunmen

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Afghan negotiator and campaigner shot by gunmen

"Officials say there was an assassination attempt against a woman who serves as a member of the Goverment's peace negotiation team. The Taliban denies responsibility. As NPR's DEA Hadeed reports. This was a rare violent incident against a member of the Afghan government space negotiation, team, officials said. Fawzia Koofi was attacked by gunmen as she returned home from a funeral north of Kabul. Coffee is one of 21 people who are representing Afghanistan in upcoming peace talks with the Taliban. She's a former lawmaker and women's rights activist, and she's being critical off the Taliban in the past. Both the insurgents and militants of Islamic state have attacked government

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Taliban Call Cease-Fire In Afghanistan For Muslim Holiday

Marketplace

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Taliban Call Cease-Fire In Afghanistan For Muslim Holiday

"A rare cease fire in Afghanistan for an upcoming Muslim holiday on Twitter spokesman said The three day haul to fighting is meant to allow Afghans celebrate in peace. NPR's DEA Hadeed reports. A Taliban spokesman said the ceasefire with lost of the Muslim celebration of ideology It's the third cease fire that the Taliban have called over the past two years. Before then, they were exceedingly ray. The whole to fire seems intended to show Afghans that the insurgents is serious about upcoming negotiations with the Afghan government. Those negotiations, mentor in the conflict and give the Taliban a role in governing the country. In response, the Afghan president, Ashraf Honey said he'd soon release hundreds of Taliban prisoners. Their release is meant to proceed. The pace talks on the U. S is backing those talks, but they've made many liberal minded Afghans apprehensive. Because the Taliban say they'll impose strict Islamic law if they come back into power. D Hadid NPR NEWS ISLAMABAD Its

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Negotiations with Taliban slated to start in 'week's time,' Afghan government says

All of It

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Negotiations with Taliban slated to start in 'week's time,' Afghan government says

"A rare cease fire in Afghanistan for an upcoming Muslim holiday spokesman saying on Twitter A three day halt of fighting is meant to allow Afghans is celebrating peace. Here's NPR's DEA Hadeed. Taliban spokesman said the cease fire would last for the Muslim celebration of idle at her. It's the third cease fire that the Taliban of cold over the past two years before then they were exceedingly ray. The whole two fire seems intended to show Afghans that the insurgents a serious about upcoming negotiations with the Afghan government, those negotiations mental in the conflict and give the Taliban a role in governing the country. In response, the Afghan president Assad of Honey said he'd soon release hundreds of Taliban prisoners. Their release is meant to proceed. The pace talks on the U. S. Is backing those talks, but they've made many liberal minded Afghans apprehensive. Because the Taliban say they'll impose strict Islamic law if they come back into power. NPR's see Hadid This's NPR

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Victoria's Secret and the war for the fashion industry

The Big Story

08:56 min | 1 year ago

Victoria's Secret and the war for the fashion industry

"Catherine Sing is an assistant editor editor at Flare Katherine. Hi How are you. I'm doing really well. There's no Victoria's secret fashion show this year. Air is not for the first time in twenty three years. There's since nineteen ninety-five. There's no show for people who don't follow fashion or don't care what was the Victoria's a secret fashion show. And why was it so big. So the Victoria's secret. Fashion show was an annual fashion show. Put on by Victoria secret. which is a lingerie and lounge wear brands and lounge wear brand for years anyway for years? Yeah it really was and I think that's kind of what made the fashion show such a big thing every year so it was started out in nineteen ninety five and the first show was just in New York City and in the time since it's really gone on global so at two thousand seventeen. They did a show in Shanghai and it really became so it started out as a runway. Show that we're showing off you know bras underwear Rove's Rove's things like that. I'm really just took off. And it became kind of like an institution I think it was something that we're talking about earlier. You know how people even if you're not interested in fashion. You knew what Victoria's secret fashion show was. I know for models. It was a really big thing. They made a big deal l.. Every year to show the casting process and a lot of models who I think. Now people know by namely gee-gee Hadeed really got their start with Victoria secret fashion show so it was a really big thing for them and another thing is it's a big show for performers musicians. Yeah so you know like Taylor. Swift performed Riano performed a few years ago. And it's kind of seems to be this big deal or something that I don't WanNa say cements you in the music industry but it's kind of like a good sign if you're invited to perform the Victoria's secret fashion show and now that's all gone. Why did it go way if it was so successful in such an institution? Yeah Yeah So. That's the big question so according to the CFO so they made the announcement last week and he said really the reason they cancelled. It is because they're looking to you expand their branding and how they kind of communicate their brand to their consumers. That was the official statement. However I mean I'm not big into numbers but you know fortune and Forbes are and according to them Since two thousand sixteen the brand has really been declining in sales. Pretty look pretty steadily. So people aren't buying into Victoria secret or at least not buying their products as much as they used to. which that when you think about that makes sense than that? Maybe they would next something that costs so much money Like the fashion show. Will you work in the beauty and fashion industry. I mean flare is devoted to that area. what's happened to Victoria Secret Kind of in terms of their perception inside that industry over the last few years. Yeah I think like you said earlier they really we are or were. Maybe the laundry lounge wear brand for so so long but over the past few years it's really become a parent that you know. They started out. I think it was forty years ago and it really seems like as everyone. Maybe their consumers progressing in their values or you know what they want from their underwear. Brands of Victoria's secret is very firmly. Still where they were forty years ago. So we're is that describe. Yeah so I mean speaking to the if you want to talk about the fashion show specifically They've had a lot of criticism over the last few years About cultural troll appropriation on the runway. So a few years ago at the Victoria secret fashion show. They had an entire section because the show is kind of split up into sections so they have an entire a section where the models were wearing like indigenous headdresses. You know which a Lotta people do at music festivals as well which we also know is problematic so there is cultural appropriation going on again. There's not super inclusive sizing. So Victoria secret for so long has kind of been moving indicator they set the the bar for what at least they think of very narrow idea of beauty is And that's what you see on their runways and that's what you see in their campaigns and and you know they've been doing that for so long but in the interim other brands have come in that have models who are more the body size that you would see on normal woman or sorry. I don't WanNa say normal woman. Their choice secret models are normal women but it's just more inclusive you see all sorts of body sizes and all sorts of bodies in their campaigns pains and on their runways. So those were kind of two of the big things and then as well in twenty eighteen there Marketing brand officer for Victoria secret. Meet some pretty controversial comments about the brand and about who they choose to. You know be in their campaigns on their runway runway and specifically he made comments about you know plus size bodies and transgender people as well saying that in general audiences just aren't interested in seeing women who are over a size eight which like further record is like very normal body size like that is not plus sized by any means So they're not interested in seeing those women on a runway and also that they don't CASS transgender people because the show is supposed to be quote unquote like forty five minutes. A forty five minute fantasy which you know has like quite horrible implications in that so those are kind of some of the ideals that I think you know. Their brand officer said it pretty blatantly but I think consumers for a while before he even said that were kind of like getting the gist of what they're putting out. How is the industry? History is a whole changing. Then you mentioned other brands aren't doing things this way. And are they having success. How so yeah so? I think you can't talk about now. You can't talk. Victoria's secret it without talking about Riana And Riana for those aren't aware which everyone should be able to give us back story though just in case we are paying attention to re on his entry three into fashion. Yeah so Rana is started out as a musician. She's still very much a musician but very multifaceted so she has made her foray into fashion Few years ago she launched her own Laundry Lounge. Where brand called savage by fen T- And right off the bat. It was much much more size inclusive She had a range of bodies like on the runway in her campaigns both in size and color and her first fashion show. Does she had model Slick Woods who was pregnant like very heavily pregnant. She literally went into Labor after the fashion show so she was. But that's it's not something that you would see on a runway like let alone. A Victoria's secret runway so she's been just right off. The Bat has made sure that something that's happening for her brand and another brand. If you're talking about you know Victoria secret being around for a really long time another brand. That's been around for a few years as airy which is a With off Center it's included with American Eagle in. That's their lingerie brand or their underwear brand and they've done a small revamp themselves in their marketing marketing and their campaign so they started to include again more diverse bodies twenty eighteen campaign. They had women who were in wheelchairs. They had a woman who had a colostomy colostomy bag in the photos. And they've also done things like that. Go beyond you know just putting out images of women who are diverse or body positive out of images they've also In two thousand eighteen partnered with the National Eating Disorders Association. I'm in the United States specifically so and they had initiative going on where they were speaking with their employees in stores About how to create a body positive and non judgmental environment within the stores which is really cool and another thing they do is. They've promised to not photoshop. Their images anymore. See this is so fascinating to me and why I wanted to talk to you is because we talk all the time about various industries changing On the show but fashion seems to be changing so quickly and in such a a strange new direction that I'm not not saying it's bad. It seems really good but it also seems like it's been so dramatic. When did that start like what propelled WPRO this? Yeah I I don't know if we can pinpoint it one specific thing. I think that again Dan. The introduction of brands like savage by Fanti think were great and showing people what exactly was out there and and the fact that they you could see someone who looks like you

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"hadeed" Discussed on No Ego

No Ego

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"hadeed" Discussed on No Ego

"They're trying. They're showing up every day. They're putting in the work but the results just aren't there but they're the first person at every team meeting early you know a say love the company and what it stands for and they're using the tools that you're giving them and they're really trying just not working and so we're we're trying to figure out. This balance of the business is a business. You can't just keep people here just to keep people here but how do you how do you go about accountability and are really compassionate action it way and that's what we're currently figuring out. I love when people aren't able to deliver deliver what the business requires. I encourage people to look at three areas. Do they have the skill set in abilities to they have the willingness and is there approach a modern modern one <hes> and actually the book. I'm going to send you a formula. Look at current performance. You look future potential and you look at their drama questions. <hes> and it's a tough one. What i believe is that with good information. People make good choices in so the thing is to not keep people where they aren't able to contribute at the level necessary that compassionate thing is to help them facilitate the insight for them to finds a place. That's a better match for what they have to offer so agree so compassionate people out but for me. It's the timing yeah of all of that. You know different. People have different. Learning curve is so we'll entertain the question. What's your i love. How does how do we maintain compassion while not ought you know putting our results at risk. We'll get some answers here uh-huh yeah. There's actually you know some some ways to look at that. I think that's interesting. Compassion isn't about what you decided. This is the name of the businesses usually about how you work with the person through the decision so you're you're. You're asking a how and a what question combined wind and if you separate those l. it's <hes> you know there's there's the how and compassion the how ultimately decisions around the business results is the what's and a lot of times. We want to be compassionate and that's when we're playing god and other people's lives. We're protecting them for what they should be freed up to do so good stuff while i love so much of what you have to offer i usually end with an assignment assignment for my listeners and listeners by assignment. Is this take that metaphor of the line that kristen shared and really as you are struggling ogling with people in your organization <hes> visualize that line are you stepping up to the line and providing what you need you go first and then you really <hes> calling them up to the line calling them up to greatness deliver their part. I think it's a great way to look at how to get relationships back on track. So that's something thing and people did take away kristen. Thank you so much for taking time and i look for further conversations with you too. Thank you so much. I'm i'm gonna live. I'm going to play the last little bit for my team. All the ways didn't kyushu to the thank. You will be great at our team meeting. <music> thank you. This is no ego podcasts where the drama and entitlement in transform in sports your world place. I'm signed wakeman..

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Tijuana mayor declares ‘humanitarian crisis’ over migrant caravan

The Takeaway

01:06 min | 2 years ago

Tijuana mayor declares ‘humanitarian crisis’ over migrant caravan

"Fence to protest worsening conditions in the muddy sports arena, where they're staying Mexican federal police in riot gear held them back and tried to calm them down. Meanwhile. Soldiers and federal agents on the US side of the massive Santa sedro border crossing just south of San Diego continued to prepare if a large group of migrants, perhaps hundreds trion rush, the vehicle lanes to get into the US. John Burnett NPR news in Pakistan, two separate attacks of killed more than thirty people. In one instance, gunman tried to storm the Chinese consulate in the southern city of Karachi in the other a bomb blast targeted shoppers at a crowded vegetable market NPR's did Hadeed reports from Islam Abban in Karachi police killed the gunman in a long exchange file, two policemen and two civilians will also killed the gunmen belonged to a separatist group that said it was protesting. Chinese ocupation activists complained Chinese investment in the area has some local residents hours later more than two dozen people were killed in the bomb blast at the market. The area's home to

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"hadeed" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"hadeed" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Traffic and weather. Here's Michelle Murray. In the Hadeed carpet cleaning traffic center. Maryland the earlier. In maryland. The earlier accident on two zero two in both directions to Chelsea lane has been cleared. Putting severally on fifty eastbound that is still closed between two and four ten because of the absence investigation going on earlier wreck on the outer loop at Belene Tyson's corner. South one twenty three has been clear. Ninety five in Virginia. The express lanes northbound between Dumfries and Opitz boulevard are closed for weekend, utility work. And also we do have the HOV lanes of 395 closed for weekend work as well. Now from garage door repair dot com. WMA Weather Channel forecast today. Partly sunny high in the upper fifties right now, fifty three hundred fifty one degrees in Washington Curtis on WMA L. Do you ever feel like your house owns you more than you own it or feel like you have too much stuff? And you don't know how to get rid of it all maybe times knocking on your door telling you, it's time to make a change and you need guidance. Hi, this is Eric Stewart over the past twenty five plus years. I've helped thousands transition from large cluttered houses into more comfortable homes, and I've written a free downloadable guide to help. It's called the rightsizing guide. Get your free copy at Eric Stewart group dot com. That's Eric Stewart group dot com or call us at one eight hundred nine hundred ninety one zero four. The following program is paid for by sponsors who are solely responsible for its content. Views expressed are not necessarily the views of w AL. This is senior solutions with Eric Stewart on one zero five point nine FM and AM six thirty W M A L..

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"hadeed" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"hadeed" Discussed on 710 WOR

"O'clock morning. I'm Terry McCreadie. President Trump says he accepts the Saudi explanation that Washington Post writer Jamal kashogi died during a fistfight the Saudi consulate an Istanbul on October second and the internationals Middle Eastern rector Simone Hadeed spoke with Sky News. Now, it's time to cooperate with essentially independent investigation to ensure that all the evidence at their hands is revealed and that the world really understands the full extent of what happened to president. Trump says the investigation is still in its early stages around three hundred people are now vaccinated against measles in Rockland county after eleven confirmed cases of the disease. The outbreak has most greatly affected members of the orthodox Jewish community. And there have been cases reported in Brooklyn as well residents in Brooklyn heights are pushing back against a plan that would temporarily closed the Brooklyn promenade as part of a plan to reconstruct. The Brooklyn queens expressway over twelve thousand people have already signed a petition against the proposal by the department of transportation to repair the B Q E and convert the promenade into a highway city officials say they would prefer not to use lane by lane closures news twelve. Is reporting that some neighbors say the repairs should not come as the expense of the popular walkway known for its beautiful views. The US is calling off a scheduled air defense drill with South Korea to give nuclear talks with the north a better chance of success. Checking your W O R sports. Nets be the next one seven one zero five the Knicks oldest player on the roster. Courtney Lee on the bench with neck spasms. The brewers defeat the dodgers seven to the National League series is now tied up at three games each..

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Is Brazil democracy at risk with far-right extremist in presidential runoff?

NPR News Now

04:40 min | 3 years ago

Is Brazil democracy at risk with far-right extremist in presidential runoff?

"Her Vincent Islam, babies. Lawyer maintains the women were angry that she used the cop to drink from a well over the years. The case against baby has led to the assassination of two senior officials. One of them was murdered by his body, God who is now revered as Aeneas Saint by the religious, right. The case also unleashed a powerful extremist movement, and then leaders warned of terrible consequences. If maybe was granted leniency de Hadeed NPR news Islam about and a nation of thirties. Now, say more than nineteen hundred people died in an earthquake and soon NAMI ten days ago, they say thousands are still missing and feared dead. The quake measured seven point five. I'm Nora raum NPR news in Washington.

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"hadeed" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"hadeed" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

"So great example is my first networking event. I came back to my company said, hey, guys, just went my first networking event. If you wanna get pizza, I can tell you what it was like and what I learned from it and people will come. And then I would say, hey, read this book. If you wanna learn, come tonight, we'll get pizza, and people were so hungry for it. Not the pizza. The pizza. What I would do so you can get citizenship. It's pizza dangerous. Gosh, so so it started organically and it wasn't until four, five years ago that we really made that learning and growth piece, the critical part of our culture. And that's really what's the whole hoping is out. And that's great because our game action that also keeps you motivated to continue doing this because your y isn't about cleaning houses. You're wise about inspiring people to be their best selves to be the leaders they can be, and speaking of why. How did you get Simon Sinek to be your forward for your book? Like that's a pretty amazing thing. And so I met Simon right after I graduated. This is a few years. I think after his first tedtalk came out and I think his book had just come out to could be wrong about that. But the the local chamber hired Simon to speak, endangered Ville, and they had these business of the year awards that they would do every year. And I applied for one in student made ended up winning that year. We won. I think it was leading women's in our prize or something. And so as a teaser to get the community excited about Simon coming, he announced the winners over Skype at this big like luncheon, see another full circle thing because of the Chamber. I was in that room and and then when he came to town, he wanted to meet because he looked into student made and thought it was really interesting. He was writing his second book. He was writing leaders, eight laugh. Last in we just we became instant friends. I mean, it was we have the same philosophy on business on the fact that people should come first in. You know, he, he helped me understand what was the true. Why of hind student may I helped him understand how we built a culture rounded. EMMY just became great friends. And then I have to tell you how the books even came to be because it's actually because of Simon and is a great networking story. So one day at blue, he calls me and he says, I need you to come to Aspen. It's a conference. I can't tell you much, but trust me, it'll be great. And I decided to go, which I knew he wasn't going to murder me or anything. So I was like, I'll go, but I didn't know what to expect and I get there and there were like twenty five people people I should have not been in the same room with. I mean, the founder of the container store CFO of jet blue, former president of Ecuador. I mean, these people that, you know, I, I'm like my cleaning, everybody's a cabin, like what? What's my purpose of being here? And and Simon says, actually one of the speakers and he didn't tell. Until I got air in there were three of us and we, he wants to speak about millennials and what we can be doing to help millennials succeed. And my publisher happened to be in the audience. So that's how I got the book contract, and it's just it's a great example of you have to step outside your comfort zone. You know, I didn't know what I was walking into, but I went and look, what happened. Wow, that like there's so much good stuff there. I mean, the fact that you stay in touch the chamber, you you put your own name forward for for an award, which which I just want to mention. A lot of women are really bad at doing that kind of thing, like asking for recognition, but you probably realize it wasn't recognition for you..

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"hadeed" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"hadeed" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

"But then what I also learned is you have to the purpose of going to an event like that is to really meet new people. So once you start going all the time when you know a lot of people, it can be real easy to stay in that circle of people, you know in that branch out. So I've made an effort to say, okay, every time I go, I'm going to meet at least five new people and wouldn't hang too much with the people I already knew so that I could do that. Yeah, I, I love this fact that you had that piffling which people three times rage still struggle with by the way. So this is like it's like things people like, you know, they, they go to events and they like hang with three people, they know, and it's like a lot of effort to leave the house. You're gonna make more people. So the title of my book is trying to bring this up because you're touching on this a little bit. The title of my book is croissants versus bagels, strategic infective. And inclusive network can't conferences and the bagels are those tight networking circles that are impossible to break into those shoulder shoulder huddles. That's the bagel. And if someone in that circle opens up the body language and make space for others to join, that's the croissant, and that is the visual of how you wanna be your body language, so people will come and talk to you, right. If you hang on the corner with the three people, you know, then you're probably not going to meet these five people. The fact that you set a goal like a kept him moving. So I'm curious. Are you more of a extrovert than like you gave an interview around people, or did you feel like you recharge it home? I, I would say on an amber you're in between. I need by longtime for sure, but but definitely get energy from being around people but can't do it every single day. So that's that's important then that you also needed to sort of balance that bite. You couldn't do five nights a week, and also if you did it five nights a week, you wouldn't have had time between just Saint touch to like I actually was relationships have coffee, all those little more one to one which takes less energy and is usually more meaningful connection. The other thing you talked about that we I don't want to skip over is you were reading ton so that you had knowledge in your head to share an offer other people. So while you were in need of things, right, because you went, there have been getting like there's a lot I don't know, and I need friends like you sort of in a need space. You also had learned all of this. You quickly realize that what you had learned was valuables other people. So I'm sure that shifted for you too. So instead of it being a deficit, you an equal going into the space offering something and seeking something and that probably shifted things for you over time. Absolutely. Yeah. And I would, like I said, I took a speed reading. Class Bessinger ever did because I would read probably two books in one sitting and I would just go down the aisle in, you know, I didn't. I didn't just stick in the business section. I read about coaches, psychologists, anything that had to do with people. I figured I could learn something from it. Autobiographies interesting people. And yeah, and I, I would make it my goal to read as much as possible. And I think that I was not confident walking into room the that didn't change. I was leaving more comfortable, but I still felt like I, I shouldn't be here or at an EZ innings. But when I was able to chime in with something like, oh, I read this recently. I felt like it proved that I was able to sit there if that makes sense. Yeah, yeah, I know. And it's a lived experience, right? Like if you just read about it but not applied it, you wouldn't even realize how much you knew. Right? How much you retaining and like thinking about it and applying to new situations at weren't your own. Right. A changes like reading a book is one thing and the speed reading thing has got me really intrigued because I'm a, I'm a at home dad with a business and two little kids, and I'm like, always struggling with his idea of how to read more..

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"hadeed" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"hadeed" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

"Talk about what's working in our businesses, our lives, what's not in. I mean, that group changed. I mean, it was just there's a saying it's lonely at the top. When you're leading company, you don't have anyone to really talk to. I became, you know, I wasn't lonely anymore, and I'm so fortunate to have that experience. Well, I I wanted to check this a little bit so much good stuff that you just said one is, it sounds like for a little while you really just word following the circuit of work home and the like bookstore it. And in the end you had. Friends. So you know you have some social life, but but the impetus of finally start going to the chamber meetings with because most that social circle had left because they moved on their life, moved on in your life, was there because you couldn't move on because your business was local, very local. So you had hit. What was that? What was it like going to your first chamber meeting. And how old were you? Like till twenty one or so? Yeah. I mean, I don't remember exactly how old I was. I think I was still in college actually. Wow. Yeah. And what happened is I felt like the friends I had I sort of drifted away from because the things I was going through, you know, they would go out on a Friday night, the bars and stay out till two, two AM. Whereas I was sitting in my office doing payroll until two AM. Nothing. Nothing that we would talk. It was just I felt like I couldn't connect. And when I went to the first chamber event are I didn't have an elevator pitch out. I had my business cards, but I'm just gonna. I don't even know whatever the to walk it, their smiles handle might card. And what happened is, people are so nice. They recognize that I was probably little uncomfortable that it was my first time in and I found that I don't really have too much people came up to me. They gave me their car. They asked questions about, you know who I was what I was doing there, and I felt so energize after that, I even though it was a little uncomfortable because I realized that's what I need to be with my time. I can connect with those kinds of people. Yeah. And like and even it's funny because that's open the door to whole bunch of other possibilities that you didn't know even in that moment you didn't know existed, but you knew how to walk through that doorway to like discover them so going the chamber meeting. And I also wanted to like kind of go back through the fact that you went back repeatedly. So you went back often enough to the chamber meeting, not because you were getting some direct benefit, but because as a regular people started know who you were and start to invite you to connect in other ways. If you had gone back like thinking back if you had gone back like three times over the entire year, really infrequently, it probably wouldn't have helped you get the traction. You got no way. I pronounce that chamber calendar and actually the more I got comfortable the community calendar, and I would make it my goal to go to as many things as possible. Like to me, I thought that is my job because I saw it as an building, a brand new building, a personal brand building business ran. And I'm also looking for for brands, you know, and. And that's that became my job. So it wasn't uncommon. I mean, I would. I would say that I would go to a couple of the week and what? Yes. Did it help my business? Of course, I got a lot of customers for doing it. That's not why I initially did it, but I did get a lot of customers from doing that. But even things like I was looking for office space, and I met someone who told me about an incubator and it was the perfect I officer bay is it just I don't. I know for a fact I would not be wearing at my company would not be where it is if it weren't for those events that I went to. Right. Yeah, and I love that you really made it a mission like you made it your part of your job was to go to these vents, didn't get more comfortable over time. Oh yeah. It got more comfortable and then you you walk in and you see people that you know, and it's now it's comfortable..

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"hadeed" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"hadeed" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

"How did you finally meet people who saw what you were doing and really wanted to take that in and the support you for a little while I really kept to myself, you know, everything was about student made my company. I would go to the bookstore and that was it. And then I had this and I felt very lonely because a lot of my friends graduated and they moved away and I just had this Pitney one day. I remember thinking like nothing is going to change. If you just go to work, go to the bookstore and the home, and you have to put yourself out there and it might be uncomfortable, but you have to do it. And so I. Join the chamber of commerce, and I would just force myself to go to these networking events and I would be still uncomfortable, but every time I will go, I would get more comfortable and more comfortable in. And I found that there were so many people I can learn from that. I didn't necessarily have to surround myself with other CEO's or other cleaning business owners that I could take something from everyone's journey in experience and apply it somehow maion in. I also think the fact that I read a lot and I was very knowledgeable in terms of like leadership business culture. I could have a good conversation with someone and they guess maybe I was the youngest in the room, but they didn't see me that way because we are having a a really a great conversation. So next thing I knew I was being asked to sit on the board for this and sit on the board for that in join this networking group in this, and I became very involved in the community, and that is how I met my mentor that I still have today. His name is rich. She's a wonderful guy. He asked me to go to dinner one day. I'll never turned down, you know if anyone ever wanted to meet for coffee or whatever. I always went because I thought I can learn some things and I didn't really know much about rich at the time, but he has a hugely successful company. And I'm so glad I went to dinner with him because he said, I'm putting together this group of entrepreneurs, everyone's in a different industry, different stage of business, but but we're gonna meet once a month for four to five hours..

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"hadeed" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"hadeed" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

"To clean. We had twenty one days do all the work and I hired sixty people in in many of these people were friends of mine are friends of friends. They were all students at the university of Florida pretty much, and I didn't have any business experience and leadership experience in, you know, you take this situation in new mix work that is not fun with someone who does not know how to lead a team of people. It didn't go. It didn't go very well. So three days into the contract, forty, five of the sixty walked out and. They quit on me at the same time. It was. It was a really bad day. And I realize now that that was the day that I became obsessed with learning how to be a better leader and. In, you know, when I flicked back, can I look at who I was? Then I was sitting in this air conditioned clubhouse when everyone else was out doing this hard work, not because I thought it was better than them, but because I truly didn't know what my job was. My first real lesson is I have to be alongside my people. I have to get to know them. I have to learn about their dreams. Our fears in the more I got to know people the more I realize I can help stem in. Maybe I can help them achieve their goals in their dreams. They have for themselves. And that's when everything in the company really changed. Yeah. Yeah, I remember reading a little bit about that before you came on, and that's sounds like a hard lesson to have all one day at a very early point in your career, but when you're thinking about leadership, are you also did you have any maybe examples to pull from from your childhood, like teachers or coaches, or people who you looked up to that, you're like, oh, they they seem like they know what they're doing and I'd like to be more like that. Or did you just not envision yourself having that role where you just sort of the quiet kid sort of in the back of the room? When I grew up, I mean, my my parents created the most wonderful environment for my sister and I, they really encouraged us to go after the things we are curious about. They fostered our creativity. I can remember pipe three or four, and we got a new refrigerator, and it came in his huge box. And my dad took the box empty and he put it in the living room with all these crowns and markers, and he left it there. For like weeks and my mom was like, it can be anything you want, you know, can be castle be this. So they just they always got us to think outside of the box and they always believed in us no matter how crazy our ideas were in. What's funny is now I see that in the culture we have it. Student made it very much emulates. The culture that I grew up around in grew up in, but I think as I grew the business, I really struggled. I didn't have any, especially for the first couple of years. I felt like I didn't have anyone who really understood what I was going through when understood the challenges in. I found a lot of my mentors in books in I would read every Friday night. I actually took a speed reading class, so I could read as much as possible. And I think a lot of it had to do with my age. I was nineteen twenty twenty one running this company, and I couldn't really relate to other nineteen twenty twenty one year olds because they weren't in that position. And then the people who were were a lot older than me. So I just felt very disconnected from that. You know for for a long time until I was lucky enough to meet some mentors. So actually, how did you finally find people who were willing to mentor you and didn't just I don't know. It sounds like part of it was like how we sort of look upon millennials, right? Like there's the, you're doing all this great work and and trying to do better, but people aren't always willing to see that they just sort of a brush you aside like, oh, you're twenty. This is like a a thing you're doing over the summer. It's not like business the way I think of business, they have looked down..

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Magnitude 7.0 earthquake strikes Indonesia, killing at least 22

NPR News Now

04:47 min | 3 years ago

Magnitude 7.0 earthquake strikes Indonesia, killing at least 22

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Barbara Klein Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro was blaming far right groups with US connections for an explosion in Caracas last night as he was delivering a televised address to the military. The Venezuelan government says it was an assassination attempt using drones carrying explosives Madero was calling on President Trump to fight what he calls terrorists, but White House. National security adviser. John Bolton says the US had no involvement and tells Fox News, Sunday moot. The Maduro regime itself could be behind the explosion. But if the government of Venezuela has hard information that they want to present to us that would show a potential violation of US criminal law will take a serious look at it then as well as defense minister took to state TV today to say attackers were trying to decapitate. Venezuela's leadership Madero says perpetrators will face. The maximum punishment. Three NATO service members are dead killed today by a suicide bomber in eastern Afghanistan. A NATO statement says in American in to Afghan service members were wounded and peers de Hadeed reports the three killed with check service members. According to that country's interior minister, the Taliban claimed responsibility. There was no immediate information on the state of the wounded service members. They will on an early morning foot patrol with Afghan forces when the attack occurred. It took place in the Parwan province which lies above Kabul last month. An American soldier was killed and two others will wounded in an apparent insider attack. There are thousands of NATO troops from dozens of countries. They provide support and training to the off, gone national army and carry out counterterrorism missions. They include two hundred thirty check servicemembers DEA. Dade NPR news is llama bad. A magnitude seven earthquake has rocked Indonesia's too. Tourist island of Lombok at least twenty two people are believed dead. It's the second major earthquake there in a week, and it could be felt on the neighboring island of Bali where tests figment reports. It struck around seven forty five local time, Sunday night, knocking out power across the island of Lombok. Assu NAMI warning sent people fleeing to higher ground before the warning was lifted authorities on Lombok say they won't know the full extent of the damage until morning. One hundred twenty five miles west on the island of Bali, shopkeepers and tourists fled stores and restaurants in mass abolishes dance performance at a famous temple in Abboud ended with the audience jumping from their seats and running into the streets, a magnitude five point, six aftershock hit less than an hour later. The jolt comes one week after a six point, four magnitude quake killed seventeen people. It also comes amid increase in eruptions at Bali's mount ago for NPR news. I'm tests Viglen in Bali. This is NPR. The director of a Syrian research center linked to Bush are all Assad's. Chemical weapons program has apparently been assassinated pro government and opposition media say a Z's as bird was killed in a car bombing. A Syrian rebel group is claiming responsibility. The US Britain and France launched airstrikes on the centers facilities in Damascus, following an alleged chemical attack. A Cincinnati. High school teacher has set a record for rowing across the North Atlantic Ocean alone in the shortest amount of time from Canada to England. Larry Miller has the story from London biology teacher. Bryce Carlson landed in the isles of silly off the southwest English coast thirty eight days six hours and forty nine minutes after setting off from Saint John's Newfoundland Carlson beat the previous record by around fifteen days Carlson's twenty foot boat was filled with technology that kept him on a straight course and informed about weather conditions, but he says a cap. Sized more than a dozen times. Carlson also says he survived hurricane, Chris. I had a lot of luck along the way and a lot of help a lot of help from friends, my family, that community, you know, from some higher power I dunno, Carlson says, is focused now is to be a more mentally and emotionally attentive teacher and coach for NPR news. I'm Larry Miller in London. Russ says, appointing action movie star. Steven Seagal it special Representative for US Russian humanitarian ties after Seagal called Russian President. Vladimir Putin a great world leader. I'm Barbara Klein, NPR news.

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President Trump, US and Trump discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

05:16 min | 3 years ago

President Trump, US and Trump discussed on Morning Edition

"Rod Rosenstein the man overseeing the Muller investigation. They have filed articles of impeachment. They say, he's denying their requests for documents in the Russia investigation. Can they get it done? It is Thursday, July twenty six actress and Dame Helen. Mirren is seventy three years old today. And the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman President Trump is headed to, the midwest today there's continued concern among American firmers about the effect of his trade policies on US agriculture he's going to places affected by them a steel plant in granite city Illinois and eastern Iowa NPR Sierra mccamman has more Trump steel and aluminum tariffs have been popular with the metals industry but farmers in places. Like Iowa and parts of. Illinois have taken a hit because of retaliatory. Measures taken by US trading partners. Trump is, heading to the midwest on the heels of an announcement. That he's reached an agreement? With European leaders, to work toward removing tariffs on multiple. Goods and to buy more US beans. Soybeans is a big deal The European, Union is going to start almost immediately to, buy a lot of soybeans air tremendous market by a, lot of soybeans from our farmers that news came the day after Trump announced a twelve billion dollar bailout plan for. US farmers affected. By his tariffs Sarah mccamman NPR news Washington. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo testified before a Senate committee yesterday and many lawmakers were skeptical. They were asking Pompeo for more information about President Trump's private meeting with, Russian President Putin the US. Has released scanned information about it from peo- said that Trump sees the meeting as a, chance to improve u s and Russian relations President Trump believes the two great nuclear power should not have they contentious relationship this is not just in our interest but in the interest of the whole world he strongly believes that now's the time for direct communication our relationship in order to make clear to President Putin. That there is the possibility However remote it might, be to reverse the negative course of our relationship however Pompeo refused to answer senators, questions about whether Trump and Putin discussed any of Trump's real. Estate projects around the world a federal judge says an anti-corruption law suit against President Trump can proceed NPR's Peter Overby. Reports the, plaintiffs claimed, Trump is benefiting from. Foreign and state governments doing business with his Washington hotel the attorneys general. Of Maryland and the district of Columbia brought the case they cite the constitution's clauses against. Foreign and domestic emoluments which essentially say it's not okayed use public office for private gain the suit alleges that foreign governments do business at the. Trump hotel in Washington to get in the president's good graces also Trump personally. Benefits from the hotel sweetheart least with, the federal government the Justice department sought to, dismiss the case saying the emoluments clause is don't apply, but federal judge Peter miss city adopted abroad meaning of emolument and said the league Claims. Are plausible Mississippi's definition of me is the first, in a federal court since seventeen, eighty seven when the constitution was drafted Peter, Overby NPR news Washington this is NPR A group of House Republicans has introduced. Legislation to impeach deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein the lawmakers are. Demanding the Justice department turnover more documents related to special. Counsel Robert Muller's investigation into Russian interference in US elections the, Justice department says it has. Already turned over many documents initial results have been coming in from Pakistan's. National elections the former sports star Imran, Khan is leading the vote tally but NPR's, Diaa Hadid reports. The ballot count has been filled. With charges of incompetence and vote. Rigging Hans followers were already celebrating across Pakistan but, his main challenger, alleged they'd be massive rigging and Pakistan's. Third largest potty complained voting, irregularities the. Complaints began on voting day when. Unofficial observers said the voting process was sluggish which they said discouraged voters from waiting. In the heat then in, an early morning press, conference, Pakistan's election commission Announce this system for transmitting votes. Had broken down and results were delayed the post-election drama. Follows a campaign marred by allegations of interference now Pakistanis awaiting, for fish election results and. To learn whether they'll be accepted by all parties Hadeed NPR news Islamabad. The US embassy in China says a, man sent off a homemade explosive outside the, embassy in Beijing. Today the embassy says the only. Person who was hurt was the. Man with the device in a statement US officials, say no embassy, property was damaged and local police responded. To the scene I'm korva, Coleman NPR. News in Washington Support for NPR comes, from tirerack offering a tire decision guide to help customers find tires that fit their. Car and driving conditions with a network of more than seven thousand independent installers tirerack. Dot com helping..

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03:43 min | 3 years ago

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"Minutes first on the fives here's art Andrews in the Hadeed carpet cleaning. Traffic center thank you, on the inner loop of the, beltway just beyond route seven we have a disabled. Tractor, trailer is on the. Shoulder but be careful ninety five northbound right near route one. Two. Lanes remain blocked these are express lanes because a multi vehicle crash very serious there some. Flooding reported in Lytham heights Baltimore Annapolis. Boulevard at nursery road in Davison Ville route fifty westbound. Right near Davison Bill road the right shoulder is blocked ended disabled vehicle in, Springfield three. Ninety five southbound. Right before the beltway be careful Five. Point nine FM and AM six thirty WMA l. Weather Channel forecast we'll. Stay the rich tropical. Moisture over the next couple of, days flash flood watch stays unaffected till two AM. Wednesday morning hitting one degrees. This afternoon thunderstorms are likely mainly this afternoon heavy downpours hydrologist. Ray. Stagich from the Weather Channel on WFAN right now it's seventy four in Herndon seventy-five and Frederick Seventy-seven at Reagan national I'm John. Matthews on one point nine FM and AM six thirty. Washington's mall WMA l. now Washington mornings on the mall AM six thirty Good morning five thirty seven on AL coming up saga and Jenny White House correspondent. The. Daily caller, seven oh five seven thirty five this morning Colonel Tony Schaffer NATO five General Jack Keane joining us right here on mornings on the mom counties with Mary Walter There's a firm called a snap chat generation Generation They said they're singing right now Ages six to sixteen years old Snapchat generations spends only an hour a, day outside an hour a day but they play video games over twice that long All right now this this study comes out of the UK hence, the little orphan the little the little singing there The by this this study was w sports, retailer in the UK called decathlon They had A survey of over two thousand British parents. And children and they found that today's children between the ages of six and sixteen found a whole lot of things that they would, rather do then. Go outside they would rather game, watch TV surf, the web listen to music end per for doing homework and completing chores over. Going outside they. Prefer it they prefer it that rated higher of what they would like to do doing homework or completing their chores over, going outside, doing, homework wow muscle. Geniuses coming Four, in ten British, adolescents, have, never, gone camping, nearly, half have. Never built a dinner afford, more than half have never climbed a tree and when they asked these kids about these activities a lot of them who tried these things said while they were doing it they just kept thinking. About their game gaming and their phone and what they were. Missing missing missing any messages with their friends getting further along in the game they were, and all, that sort of thing so I'm curious eight eight eight. Six three zero nine six two five triple eight six three zero w l. as a parent do you find that you have the, same problem with. Your children that they would rather, sit inside and, play a game with their face stuck in a computer screen or a phone. Or whatever it..

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01:55 min | 3 years ago

"hadeed" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"On the fives jamie witness in the hadeed carpet cleaning traffic center i'm watching and everything's off to a pretty decent start here crossing merican legion bridge woodrow wilson bridge not seeing any delays forming yet so that's nice same story with sixty six just a brief delay as you approach impasse business to thirty four in the nazis no no problems to report beltway through tyson's and on ninety five sing just a little bit of brake lights here dale city toward woodbridge 395 you are wide open that way to an across the fourteenth street bridge but do watch coming out to dc crews had been dealing with a stalled car the outbound side of the fourteenth street bridge that had been in the left lane they need to be careful about that dc to ninety five looking good as you pass bending road east capitol street to start getting a little bit heavy there but that's about it no incident report now from garage door repair dot com that wma l weather channel forecast the bacon the heat yesterday's he'd not a record but today we'll get close once again ninety eight the forecast hi will feel like one hundred times the record what a one cent nineteen ninety eight plenty of sunshine a few clouds around the heat advisory we'll kick it at noon entity pm tonight i'm meteorologist ray stagich weather channel on wfan currently in our nation's capital seventy nine degrees at five forty six on wfan president trump has another nominee to the supreme court he gets another hick and that was something else that the left let their hair on fire about i mean that was literally hear the wailing it was amazing there are just like oh i really enjoyed last week one was anthony kennedy stepping down and trump getting a thick and like everyone's like now in trump's that come by the way of meeting with putin i laugh so hard i i was belly laughing at how funny last week was.

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Monocle 24: Midori House

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"hadeed" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"Geegee hadeed the model was on the cover me she is palestinian american of descent but still you know people were sort of saying you know why wasn't a local model used for example from under it is it is weird i guess for anybody covering the real and alleged reforms in saudi arabia come because on the one hand it's obviously to be welcomed if saudi arabia is going to pull itself together on a variety of fronts on which it has not for very long time but on the other hand knew how much of a round of applause is any country giuffre in two thousand eighteen saying yeah let's let women drive cars exactly under but that's their strategy in a way they're drooping those little doses of good news every week you know so we as the press we over them as as we're covering the story in a way so like oh hey we have cinemas whom you know like what they're gonna say we have ice cream you know like last country in the world's parent exactly women to dry so if even the tone of the present cluding ourselves we should be more like well it's about time in a way and i have to say as a journalistic and producer of the stackable magazines it is a beautiful over but completely toned from my opinion especially when they're still women being arrested for driving so you know yeah it's nice i'm not saying it's good that they're finally welcoming but yeah i i look at everything that happens saudi arabia for pinch of salt ben as i think daphne has already pointed out its it's no small statement the princess deciding to appear on the cover of the royal family in saudi arabia is enormous but she's a fairly senior figure among it being a daughter of the late king and so far and quoted in the piece of saying i support these changes with great enthusiasm which is fairly on mistake of all as a statement of intent but how important is that who is she speaking to and she says that i think she's speaking to the women of of saudi arabia and i think it is a it's a really really difficult position because i know look to draw comparison to a completely different struggle to same sex marriage wouldn't when the struggle was on certainly in australia which i was involved in i it's it's difficult.

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01:33 min | 3 years ago

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"Country totally seven fifteen it's time for wwl traffic and weather it's every ten minutes first on the fives we go to art andrews in the hadeed carpet cleaning traffic center marian woodbridge we you're dealing with an expedited police are gordon boulevard at old bridge road that's where it's at in fort washington livingston road right near clarion growed a sinkhole closing that intersection to seventy southbound between seventy and the capitol beltway we have hov restrictions lifted for today late but the same on ninety five ninety five of the beltway in virginia except ninetyfive expressly we'll be northbound all day the outer loop of the beltway from the american legion bridge to sixty six six seven minute trip the inner loop between pennsylvania avenue and the woodrow wilson bridge fourteen minutes commute and because it is a holiday mass transit is on a sunday schedule now one point nine fm and am six thirty wma oh weather channel cloudy with a few showers thunder possible chance of rain thirty percent with a high of seventy six degrees today tonight mostly cloudy a low of sixty eight and tomorrow is going to be to be overcast while the stray shower thunderstorm possible with a high of eighty six currently in our nation's capital sixty four degrees at seven seventeen on wma al it's the memorial day event at capital buick gmc now safe twelve thousand on a twenty eighteen gmc sierra fifteen hundred s lt four wheel drive pickup capital buick gmc exit twenty three off the beltway or at e capital dot com.

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Power outages linger as U.S. Northeast recovers from deadly storm

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02:01 min | 3 years ago

Power outages linger as U.S. Northeast recovers from deadly storm

"Across north carolina are canceling classes today as teachers are expected to demonstrate in the state capital for higher pay from member station w n c rusty jacobs reports teachers are gathering in raleigh as lawmakers opened a legislative session to make judgments to the states to your budget ahead of the massive demonstration top lawmakers in the republican controlled general assembly unveiled their plan for raising teacher pay gop leaders say they've agreed to a six point two percent increase in the next fiscal year that would be the fifth consecutive pay raise for teachers but the state still ranks thirty ninth nationally democrats led by governor roy cooper won a greater salary increase for teachers and would help pay for it by cancelling the scheduled tax cut for incomes greater than two hundred thousand dollars an idea republicans scoffed at the gop holds veto proof majority in the state legislature rusty jacobs reporting this is npr the national weather service is predicting more severe storms for the northeast today through the mid atlantic there's even a chance for some scattered tornadoes powerful thunderstorms on tuesday left at least two people dead when strong winds through down trees on their vehicles some areas got large hail and widespread flooding brandon anders of saga these new york says yesterday's storms were remarkable thing that would pause such an uproar in this neighborhood hundreds of thousands of customers lost power and airlines delayed flights afghan security forces say they've pushed back the taliban after insurgents tried to seize a city in western afghanistan even though it's victory the government is being criticized for letting security weakened in the area npr's de hadeed reports from his lama bon taliban insurgents launch their salt early tuesday attacked the city from different directions they had heavy weapons and night vision equipment off gun forces repelled them with the help of usa support local.

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02:12 min | 3 years ago

Armenia gets new leader, man who spearheaded protests

"That's deep hadeed reporting civil rights act advocates are suing the department of housing and urban development and hud secretary ben carson as npr's braxton book reports the lawsuit was prompted by hunts plan to suspend a rule that required communities to examine and address segregation in housing the suit brought by the national fair housing alliance in two texas based groups says that hut is failing in its mission and statutory duty it says the agency a law flea suspended an obama era fair housing provision and they want the court to compel hood to reinstate it the rule mandated that local and state governments receiving billions in federal funding must take steps to root out discriminatory housing patterns earlier this year secretary been carson allow the department to put that rule on hold seeing jurisdictions one off to comply until after twenty twenty hood did not comment on the suit braxton booker npr news washington stocks are falling during after president trump's decision to withdraw from the iran nuclear deal the dow is down one hundred and three points the s and p five hundred is off nine this is npr the parlamento armenia elects a prime minister in a repeat vote today putting an end to weeks of political turmoil npr's lucian kim reports the country's new leader says close ties to russia will remain one of its top priorities are media's national assembly elected opposition leader nico 'pushing yawn to the post of prime minister after the ruling republican party lifted his opposition to his candidacy passion yon rose to prominence during street protests that forced longtime leader seir sargsyan to resign as prime minister last month 'push ignani says he now wants to form an atmosphere of national consensus and unity armenia sandwiched between turkey and iran sees russia as a trusted ally pushing iansa armenia will remain in russian russianled economic indefens organizations even as he seeks to deepen relations with the european union shortly after the vote russian president vladimir putin congratulated the new prime minister on his victory pushing and says he expects to meet putin next week at a regional summit lucian kim npr news moscow.

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01:48 min | 3 years ago

"hadeed" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The beltway in montgomery county this morning jamie witness in the hadeed carpet cleaning traffic center jamie what's the latest word no change bill unfortunately it's jack knifed tractor trailer only shoulder gets by this is going to be right at two seventy on the inner loop of the beltway and this is causing huge delays for commuters this morning coming tyson's i'll have more coming up in traffic mike pompeo faces what could be his historymaking vote today in the senate foreign relations committee president trump's pick for secretary of state faces a vote from the senate foreign relations committee and it's expected to be an unfavorable recommendation according to the senate historians office a secretary of state nominee has never received anything other than a favourable report by the committee on foreign relations and the last time it cabinet level nominees got an unfavourable committee report was john tower when he was nominated for defense secretary in nineteen eighty nine i'm john lawrence reports kensington palace has kate middleton the duchess of cambridge is in a london hospital this morning in labor right now with her third child tv cameras all over the world also newspaper some excitement obviously in the lead up to the royal wedding next month prince harry we'll be down to number six in the line of succession by the baby they expect to appear there based on today correspondent max foster a twelve year old boy was killed yesterday and arnold wanna work van ran up onto the sidewalk and hidden and ronald county police say the boy was walking with his mother and the brother when he was hit the thirtysevenyearold driver of the work van has been charged with criminally negligent manslaughter and possession of a controlled dangerous substance the arlington county board has adopted a budget for next year that does not raise property tax rates but thanks to rising property assessments the average arlington property tax bill will be going up they say about three and a half percent checking your money the dow open today at twenty four four sixty three nasdaq at seventy one fortysix sports sponsored by george washington.

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02:14 min | 3 years ago

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"I'd like to know the answer to that question what percentage of the population our citizens and what percentage of the nation are immigrants that seems like a valuable piece of data to have and by the way how do we collect that data oh through the united states census so we can actually use the census to get an accurate headcount or as accurate as we can get of how many people are citizens of the united states so what is what is the country for if not to serve it citizens the whole reason the whole reason we create a country is for the benefit of its citizens so more on this and and more on the on the overwhelming reaction here in a moment i was i shouldn't be but i'm stunned by how upset the left is over this stunt some more more reaction in a second all right it is now five fifteen that means it's time for wma al traffic and weather every ten minutes andrews is in the hadeed carpet cleaning traffic center good morning good morning marianne good morning vince and we have an issue on the redline this early tuesday morning it's single tracking between shady grove in twinbrook why you ask because of some late clearing track so you can expect delays in both directions in aspirin loudon county parkway at ryan road there's a crash lanes are blocked police are there the inner loop the beltway from american legion bridge to the two seventy spur about a ten minute trip just a little bit slow now the outer loop from baltimore washington parkway to ninety five more like eight to seventy northbound from one twenty one to seventy a fourteen minute trip and sixty six eastbound from the beltway to the roosevelt bridge no problems here ninety five northbound between quantico and dale city that's moving along pretty well so far now five point nine fm and am six thirty wma al weather channel forecast right today a mix of clouds and sun during the morning you're going to give way to cloudy skies this afternoon chen slight chance of rain showers high of forty eight tonight cloudy skies low of forty three now tomorrow you ready cloudy skies early showers in the afternoon a high of sixty seven tomorrow currently in our nation's capital thirty six degrees at five seventeen on wma l we've got we've got all of these all of these questions.

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KQED Radio

02:32 min | 4 years ago

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"There's also it's an aesthetic seduction going on that that something it is a process he had the doesn't necessarily involve the minds of the cook nation as much as the heart and and the motions and that i think is a is an important insight is there a danger in humanizing jehadis in this way and in showing the site of their culture will personally i don't think so i i ruggles to see how we can go too far in understanding the the sinking the mental processes behind the violence of course if it slips over to sympathy and that of north occasion of whether they're doing then is something something else but i think that's perfectly possible to show the human side of the in two minutes in time not kind of justify or embellish it we'll thomas had came i thank you so much thank you for having me ten sec him or a senior research fellow at the norwegian defence research establishment in oslo and author of the book jihadi culture the art and social practices of militant islamists in pakistan there's turmoil after the supreme court dismissed the prime minister nawaz sharif from his position following a corruption scandal the five judge bench said they did not believe sharif was honest or trustworthy as npr's dea hadeed reports from islamabad the court's decision has divided pakistan john at drama played outside the stately supreme court building in islamabad supporters of the prime minister snuck in three the security barricades they will quickly encircled by police swarmed the area other again cherry supporters may just have to do that because the court not only dismiss cheer race it also ordered trials into sharise financial dealings and that of the people around him the finance minister he's also a relative by marriage and his soninlaw he's a parliamentarian the core also awarded trials into the financial dealings of his children including his daughter maryam many here believe she was being groomed to take our fathers job this was all triggered by last year's panama payton's document leak it showed the cherie family linked to expensive apartments in london through offshore companies many pakistanis have applauded sharise dismissal it.

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