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"hadi" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

02:05 min | Last month

"hadi" Discussed on Today, Explained

"How do you think the chess world recovers from this saga or do you think this was ultimately good for chess? Because it got a whole lot of people, myself included thinking about a game that they sort of never think about. Yeah, well, I mean, it's that whole thing of any publicity is good publicity, right? Or is it? So it's certainly got chess a lot of attention. A lot of it has been negative. I guess it comes down to are people going to see this and want to play chess or is it just something that, you know, is it more like watching a train wreck kind of thing? Within the chest world, it's really shown that we need to develop a better way to address this cheating issue. And I think there's a lot of progress can be made on that in terms of you can look at the statistics of how well people play, you can kind of up the security at tournaments, add time delays to broadcast and stuff like that. And I do think we're going to need a more formal process for how these cases are investigated. Maybe more severe sanctions for cheating online, especially so that's the big thing within the chess world. I mean, the issue is just that these engines are so good and the top players are so good that if they cheat in a sort of subtle way, it's just really hard to catch. That was chess master Nate solon, he writes a newsletter about chess, but also data, it's called Zwift. Maybe easier to just Google Nate solon, chess master newsletter or something like that. Our show today was produced by Amanda llewellyn, and Hadi maag D, edited by Matthew collette, fact checked by Laura bullard and engineered by a theme, the scream Shapiro. It's today explained.

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"hadi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:39 min | 3 months ago

"hadi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Good morning, a federal judge would like to make public the FBI's reasons for a raid on Mar-a-Lago, he's told federal prosecutors to propose a redacted version of their affidavit. Its morning edition from NPR news. People claiming to represent a drug cartel dictated a curfew in Tijuana. I'm Leila faldon. And I'm Stevens keep people also burned cars after Mexican authorities arrested a cartel leader. A Martinez has been reporting in Tijuana. Also this hour Oklahoma City marks a moment in the fight for desegregation, and a California town prepares for the worst that climate change might deliver. It's Friday August 19th, this day in 2010, the last American combat brigade left Iraq, though U.S. troops, later returned there. The news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. A federal judge says he's inclined to release the affidavit supporting the FBI search of former president Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida. The judge is giving the Justice Department one week to propose redactions to the documents. The judge says he's not convinced the complete affidavit needs to remain under seal. The Justice Department argued against the release, saying it worries about threats to witnesses and to FBI agents who carried out the search. Trump has said on social media, the documents should be released, agents took 11 sets of classified documents from Trump's estate last week. A top executive in the Trump organization has pleaded guilty to 15 felonies involving tax evasion. Here's NPR's Andrea Bernstein. Trump's chief financial officer, Alan weisselberg, is acknowledged he committed crimes from fraud to grand larceny to falsifying business records, agreeing to every charge against him by the Manhattan DA, in exchange, weisselberg will serve 5 months in jail, paying nearly $2 million in back taxes and penalties and testify truthfully at the October criminal trial of the Trump organization for the same crimes. If he fails to do so a judge said, weisselberg faces up to 15 years in prison. In a statement, weisselberg's attorney says he was glad to put behind him, quote, the years long legal and personal nightmares it has caused for him and his family. Andrea Bernstein and PR news New York. A judge in New York is denying bail to the man charged with attacking author Salman Rushdie, NPR's Andrew limbong says the suspect Hadi matar has given an interview to the New York Post. In that New York Post interview, Matt revealed to you only read quote a couple pages of Salman Rushdie's acclaimed book the satanic verses. The very book that sparked the fatwa against rushdie in 1989 and had Iran's leader calling for rushdie's death. Matar allegedly stabbed rushdie in the neck and chest multiple times last week as the author was on stage, set to talk at an event about freedom of expression. Rush do you suffer damage to his liver, arm and eye? His son wrote in a statement that his injuries were severe and life-changing. Matar has pleaded not guilty to charges of attempted murder and assault. If convicted, he faces decades in prison. Angel Limbaugh and pyrrhus. UN secretary general Antonio Guterres is expected to visit Odessa in southern Ukraine today as he continues his trip to that country, Guterres was in lviv yesterday, where the safety of the zapper is nuclear power plant was the focus. Moscow rejected his proposal for a demilitarized zone around the plant as a way to reduce the risk of a nuclear disaster. Russia and Ukraine blame each other for recent shelling that's damaged the facility in Odessa Guterres is expected to get an update on grain shipments. This is NPR news. Authorities in Northern California say at least two people were killed yesterday when a pair of small planes collided while trying to land at the municipal airport in Watsonville, the FAA says both planes were on final approach when they collided. Officials say there were two people aboard one plane and a pilot aboard the other, both planes were cessnas, won a single lunch in the other, a twin engine model. A study out of Texas examining what's known as long COVID provides new insights into symptoms, such as shortness of breath and chest pains. Sarah willa Ernst with Houston public media says the study was done by Houston methodist hospital. Houston methodist researchers looked at a 101 patients with long COVID last year. They found that cells that play a key role in dilating arteries and getting blood to the heart were impaired. Doctor moaz Al mala, a cardiologist who authored the study, said the ability of those cells diminished by 20% among those patients. This may potentially explain why some patients are having just been a shortness of breath because when they need more blood, they're harder not getting that extra blood. These patients were likely infected with the delta and beta variants because the study occurred before the first omicron surge in the U.S. in late 2021. I'm Sarah willa Ernst in Houston. Home sales in the U.S. fell sharply in July as compared to one year ago, the national association of realtors says sales were down 20% as mortgage rates continued to climb. Dow futures are down 198 points this morning. I'm Dave Mattingly, in Washington. Support

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"hadi" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

04:39 min | 3 months ago

"hadi" Discussed on WBUR

"And Salman Rushdie. The European heat wave reignites forest fires in the southwest of France. I think the fires have changed us. The drama has changed all of us a bit. We understand now that anyone can be affected, and that's a scary thought. Nigerian farmers warn that attacks on them will damage food production in the country. And Norway's decision to kill our freya the walrus has sparked anger. It's such a rare animal to see down here, and it was a real attraction. They should have waited. These animals always return to where they come from. It was very wrong to do this. But first, the top stories hello, I'm Chris berrow with the BBC News. The New York governor Kathy hochul has given a defiant speech at the venue where the author Salman Rushdie was stabbed on Friday. She said her state would always stand up for freedom of expression. The U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has accused Iranian government affiliated media of gloating over the attempt on mister rushdie's life. The writer is still in a critical condition in hospital. Iqbal reports. 24 year old American suspect Hadi mata has already appeared in court and pleaded not guilty to the charges of attempted murder and attempted assault. Prosecutors allege he traveled by bus from New Jersey to the literary event. For decades, Salman Rushdie went into hiding after his book the satanic verses led to Iran issuing a fatwa in 1989, many Muslims considered his writing blasphemous. It's reported that police think Hadi matar may have had sympathies for the Iranian regime, but an official motive has not been established. Exactly one year after the Taliban seized power in Afghanistan, there are continuing concerns about the rights of women and girls in the country. Girls have been largely banned from secondary schools since American forces withdrew last August. A Taliban spokesman zabihullah mujahid told the BBC, the government was trying to build a consensus on education with religious leaders. We can not only make decisions based on the situation in Kabul. We also have to consider villages and districts. We are people don't want girls to go to school. North Korean state media say the Russian president Vladimir Putin has called for stronger ties between Moscow and Pyongyang. The KCNA news agency says president Putin sent a letter to Kim Jong-un, saying both governments should expand constructive bilateral relations. Here's an aslam. Vladimir Putin reportedly fed closer ties between Russia and North Korea would help strengthen the security and stability of the Korean Peninsula in wider region. Kim Jong-un is said to have told mister Putin that their cooperation would continue to grow, analysts say the two countries have become closer since the start of the Ukraine war. North Korea has also recognized two Russian backed breakaway regions in eastern Ukraine as independent states, causing Kyiv to several ties with Pyongyang. The South Korean president Yun sen yal has promised large scale aids to North Korea if it stops developing nuclear weapons. President yuen said denuclearization was necessary to ensure peace on the Korean Peninsula. He said that if Pyongyang stepped down, Seoul would provide humanitarian aid and invest in infrastructure to help rebuild the north's economy. North Korea has launched a record number of missiles this year and officials in Seoul and Washington say it's preparing to test a nuclear weapon. World news from the BBC dozens of people have died at a church in the Egyptian city of Giza after a fire broke out, causing a crush. The authorities say at least 41 people were killed on Sunday, many of them children. They blamed the fire on an electrical fault in the air conditioning system. The president of Ecuador Guillermo lasso has declared a 30 day state of emergency in the country's most popular city guayaquil. It follows a bomb attack which killed at least 5 people. The port city has seen a recent increase in drug related gang violence. In a post on Twitter, president lasso said we will not allow organized crime to try to run the country. The Mexican authorities say a sharp rise in water levels at a flooded mine is complicating efforts to evacuate ten workers who've been trapped there for nearly two weeks. Officials said the site in the north of the country had become impassable to rescue workers. Relatives of the missing miners have expressed dismay about the slow pace of the search effort. This woman is among them

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"hadi" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:04 min | 3 months ago

"hadi" Discussed on WTOP

"Affidavit. The affidavit is going to give us a closer look at the larger investigation. And if convicted, each violation of the espionage act is actually punishable by up to ten years in prison. That CBS News, Deborah, as we heard just a little bit ago from Mitchell Miller, the U.S. is warning of potential further violence by former president Trump's supporters following the FBI search of his Florida home. Homeland Security reporter Nicole Schengen has more. The new intelligence bulletin obtained by CBS News reveals the FBI and Department of Homeland Security believe the threat environment could further escalate in the coming days, following the FBI search of former president Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate, federal law enforcement warned that domestic violent extremists may view the 2022 midterm elections as a flashpoint inspiring future violence. On Thursday a man who tried to storm an FBI field office in Cincinnati died in a standoff with law enforcement, he had posted on the former president's social media platform beforehand of his desire to kill federal agents shortly after the news broke of the FBI search that post has since been removed. This satanic verses author Salman Rushdie, who was attacked on a lecture stage on Friday, has been taken off of a ventilator and is able to talk. The 75 year old's agent confirms who's breathing on his own, but remains in the hospital with serious injuries on Saturday 24 year old Hadi muta was in court, pleading not guilty to attempted murder charges. The judge denying the New Jersey man who was born in the U.S. to parents who emigrated from Lebanon, bail, prosecutors calling the attack, targeted, unprovoked, pre planned, the DA alluding to the fatwa as a potential motive. That's the death threat and bounty on rushdie issued by Iran's leader in 1989 over the satanic verses and its depiction of the prophet Muhammad, I'm Julie Walker. Coming up on WTO after traffic and weather, look back at the latest inflation report, three 36. Hi

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"hadi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 3 months ago

"hadi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A 120 countries. This is Bloomberg radio. Now, a global news update a suspect is in custody for two separate incidents in Pennsylvania that have left at least two people dead and over a dozen injured. The individual allegedly drove a vehicle into a crowd gathered for a fundraiser and berwick for victims of a devastating fire last week, killing at least one person and entering at least a dozen more. Then they drove to nearby where they allegedly beat a woman to death. The suspect was then arrested and is now in custody, an author salmon rushed he is no longer on a ventilator and is able to speak, the author was stabbed multiple times, including once in the neck, while speaking at an event in upstate New York. He still in the hospital with serious injuries to his eye, arm and liver, but his agent confirmed he's now able to talk and joke with those around him. His attacker, Hadi martyr, pled not guilty to attempted murder charges on Saturday and is being held without bond. I'm Jim Forbes. I'm Ed Baxter. And I'm to these pelicans. And you're listening to Bloomberg wealth with David Rubenstein, part of our best of Bloomberg series. And in this episode Edward hearing from Jenny Johnson, president and CEO of Franklin templeton, about alternative assets. And also about what kind of alternative assets you might want to consider. And also about some of the advice she's received along the way. And here's David Rubenstein with Johnson on all that. Let's listen in

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Praise, worry in Iran after Rushdie attack; government quiet

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

Praise, worry in Iran after Rushdie attack; government quiet

"Tehran residents have expressed their reactions upon hearing controversial author salmon rashti had been attacked in New York on Friday A local resident who identified himself only as bahmani set in Farsi I was so glad because of the insult rush she made against our prophet The fat were Iman hominy issued against him finally worked Another agreed saying the attack shows those who insult the sacred things of Muslims in addition to punishment in the afterlife will get punished in this will too It remains unclear why rushed his attacker Hadi mata stabbed the author as he prepared to speak at an event Iran's theocratic government and its state run media have assigned no motive to the assault I'm Charles De Ledesma

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 'It's just hell there': Russia still pounds eastern Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

'It's just hell there': Russia still pounds eastern Ukraine

"Russia's military machine pounds eastern Ukraine Fierce fighting continues in the Donbass region of Ukraine President volodymyr zelensky says the Russian army is concentrating artillery aerial attacks and offensive forces Battles have been raging in villages in eastern Luhansk and local governor Sergei Hadi tells The Associated Press the situation and severo Donetsk is very difficult He says Ukrainian forces hold just one area the azot chemical plant where a number of fighters and hundreds of civilians are taking shelter It's just how there he writes everything is engulfed in fire the shelling doesn't stop even

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"hadi" Discussed on The Mad Mamluks

The Mad Mamluks

05:12 min | 8 months ago

"hadi" Discussed on The Mad Mamluks

"To actually refute my friend and not because coming from a Christian flex or anything like that, 'cause I didn't really believe in ma Trinity or Jesus being God or any of that stuff. But just to one up my friend, listen, punk, I'm just going to show you that you're wrong. That kind of mentality that I had. And so I actually went into it with the wrong intentions of how and a loss of power without a still guided me. And anyway, I read the put on and it made sense to me and I became Muslim. But then, well, so I thought, anyway, right? But what happened was I was so ignorant of Islam. I didn't, to be honest, I didn't know anything about it. This is the first Muslim friend I had. I just saw stuff on the news. I didn't know anything really about the religion. So just reading the Quran, I didn't know anything about sunnah. I didn't know anything about Hadi, I didn't know anything about any of this stuff. And so anyway, I would start at one of me and my friend, we're just hanging out, and he would bring up certain points to me. And he would say, you know, Jake, remember this story and put on or whatever, and I'm like, you know, bro, I know I'm a new Muslim, but I really don't know what you're talking about. I don't know what you're talking about, right? And so he would confuse me all the time and say, yeah, bro, you know, this isn't a crime, and I'm like, and then some of the things I would research and I'm like, no, dude, that's not in the chrome. Like, what are you talking about? Are you getting this from? And he wasn't doing it malicious anything negative at all. But he was just somebody that and he'll admit this, right? So I'm not trying to knock the brother. But he just wasn't that knowledgeable..

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"hadi" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"hadi" Discussed on Today, Explained

"That way? Do we have to accept that it would just be something we live with and just experience hundreds of thousands of deaths a year? I think we just hit another grim milestone in the United States 800,000 dead, which is likely an undercount, which is, you know, equivalent to a major American city and more people have died in 2021 than died in 2020, even with vaccines and boosters. I know we're increasingly desensitized to these numbers, but was there another way? I'm pretty skeptical that we could have just stamped out COVID in the spring of 2020 no matter who was in charge and no matter what was done, but you know I think in terms of the world that we actually occupy and the world as it existed in the spring of 2020, it was always going to be bad. I don't know that anybody imagined it would be this bad and I think that's because a lot of us didn't appreciate how deeply divided our country really was. Dylan Scott reports on health at vox Khmer erfan reports on science you can read each of them at vox punto calm. I'm Sean Rama's firm, our Saturday was produced by miles Bryan, with help from Hadi, moagi, Matthew Colette edited it, a theme Shapiro engineered Laura bullard fact checks. Stay safe. Don't become a statistic. Happy holidays. It's today explained..

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"hadi" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"hadi" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"To California late tomorrow afternoon to stump for governor Newsom in the recall. Polls show more than seven million of already voted. Crews continue to battle the route firing mistake that has burned 454 acres and is listed at 0% Containment, a pilot in Northern California using his flight path. To spell out the words Never forget on the 20th anniversary of September. 11th Major Christopher Price has been serving in the air Force since 2000 and three price took off from Nut tree Saturday morning at 10:45 A.m.. And landed two hours 22 minutes later Now there was no smoke from the plane. But the words are visible by looking at the flight path tweeted by the flight radar 24 quick. Look at the news. I'm Phil for our in the I Heart radio newsroom. Now. Sacramento Traffic Careful K Traffic Center in a very pleasant good evening to you. It's a real headache and ran to her to South Bend Sunrise Boulevard at American River. There's a multi vehicle crash with an overturned vehicle involved, blocking at least one right lane. 50 shut down in both directions at Sawmill Road and Myers to Icehouse Road in Eldorado County, Due to the Calder Fire. Be careful, Rocklin eastbound Idiot! Sierra College Boulevard. There's a tire in the middle of the on ramp. He in Plumas County, South Bong Highway, 70 at West's Ranch Road and Feather River Road, one way traffic control effect through various areas along the roadway. Expect an hour delay or more are Steve Herrera, who's Hadi 3.1 kfbk now Sacramento weather. Clear through tonight Low 50 70 61 Sunshine Tomorrow High 92 to 96.

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"hadi" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"hadi" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"More optimistic than when you walked in and granted as you said it was a low bar but in that same spirit are there things in the larger world either in your work co dot org or the things you're seeing in the larger global atmosphere that give you hope if so what does give you hope. I'm naturally very hopeful person. And i think part of that is just informed by the story of my life because if you consider where i started and where i am i. I'm pretty extreme unique. A unique ark for somebody to start from the basement holding their ears getting bombed and then to to be meeting with the president and the ceo's of largest companies in the world. That's a big big distance. And i frankly. I wake up every morning in disbelief that this the life i'm living but because of that i'm always hopeful that that my own experiences that things get better at and over the long arc of history things bent towards justice and towards goodness. I truly believe that people everywhere around the world are trying to make life better for the for the human race and so i'm hopeful so anytime i see disasters. What i think is that other. Humans are seeing these disasters. Most people aren't watching. What's going on in afghanistan and thinking. Yeah we should do that again. They're thinking how do we prevent that next time. Unfortunately in our country right now too many people are just blaming another side rather than recognizing we are one country end at you know. We collectively are accountable for what happens. I very much am saddened to see the division in our country but at the same time we are all collectively learning lessons the next time. There's a war in the east that is is up for grabs. I think congress is going to be less likely to authorize. And i think the citizens will be less supportive of going to war than they would have been before seeing these images side. Think over the long run. Any of the problems. We're facing think humanity is learning at. I believe the future is always better than the past hoti per toby. Thank you very much for speaking with us. Thank you for Again haughty porto. V.

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"hadi" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"hadi" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"Future of innovation. Every in every industry is in so many ways intricately linked to technology and the reason. I was so successful. Isn't just america's the land of opportunity. I came to this country. In extremely good coder. I taught myself on commodore sixty four neuron. But you know i. I started working tech companies. When i was fifteen years old and that was basically a self taught kind of thing and so you know. There's this industry here. In america that will hire every talented software engineer or cybersecurity professional or machine learning experts. No matter where they learned it. If you're really good you can get really good. Pay and the potential for opportunity working in technology and computer science is much greater than the reality because our education system doesn't offer that pathway that doorway for enough students and so the reason i i started co dot org. Because that's my part in helping. Make sure the american dream and opportunity stay alive. My dad brought the floppy disks for the code. That i wrote at back when i was you know nine ten years old and we now have a refurbished commodore sixty four at the code offices and those floppy disks still work and you can actually put them in. Run the programs that i wrote in iran. It's one of the most unique things to have coach from the nineteen eighties at written on another continent in the middle of war and revolution and took two one zero still work. You just get him back onto that theme on the entrepreneurial nature of folks that come here. They're self taught coders. Or what have you. It's land of opportunity. Do think things have changed. Just because of globalization and the fact that maybe you can stay put now and india china israel or wherever or iran. And maybe just be a great coder and stay within the confines of that geography. Or is there still a dr. Do you see especially with maybe the entrepreneurs that you fund or the developers. They're hiring to come and work for a company that has a headquarters in his operating in the united states. And has that changed in the last five ten years and has its add up because kovic because now people are spread wherever it has changed in america i think to maintain its edge needs to work hard to maintain its leadership in terms of attracting talent. Who wants to make to this country. And it's changed for a number of reasons globalization the growth of other economies the anti immigrant rhetoric coming from this country especially under the last administration. You know the just the rhetoric alone people think. Maybe i shouldn't come there. Because will i be safe at. And i can understand the reason for folks who want to protect our borders or to make sure that immigration is legal at but i think what we all need to recognize that this country was built by immigrants. We are almost all immigrants other than the native americans wave after wave from different countries in different groups and immigrants aren't just part of the ideals of this country. If you just look. He truly care about winning much of the things that we are proud of were invented in this country by immigrants at much. The largest add parts of our economy are are due to inventions or things that have been at immigrant led. And so it's important for national competitiveness. In for our society to to continue to welcome immigrants and to recognize the things like the pandemic or glowing growing globalization are on their own creating incentives. For people to stay twits so we need to not only not scare them away. We need make extra efforts to get the world's smartest most talented people to want to continue to come to america. I just wanna tie it into the current events of of this week and over the last several weeks with afghanistan when you see that happening and you see the stories in the photos. Emerging from kabul are you emboldened that the united states can help those Afghans get to the united states. And start a life as you started your your restarted your life. you're in the united states and Do you think there is opportunity for those folks within our borders here in the us. That's a great question. First of all with respect to that war. I think for over ten years. It's been this problem of. We know we need to end this war and it's not going to be pretty and it's just a question of who's going to end it and and how ad and nobody's happy with the way. Current transition is happening but also nobody was if we couldn't continue this war for decades longer. You know it's just been a meyer that that we've been that we need to get out of but if there's one thing that we should do as part of getting out of it to make sure especially deaf ganz who helped american troops need to get taken care of because there's people who put their lives at risk because they believed in america and a we have a brand rounder need of america as a brand in the in the world stands for certain things and people need to feel that. If i'm helping america that it's not going to hurt me. That i'm not gonna get in trouble that i'm not gonna you know. Put my family at risk. And if america makes a commitment to me that it's going to follow through on that commitment so for me. I think what's most important is the people who aided our military forces who aided our coalition needs to get taken care of and and feel like they have opportunity and then on top of that. I believe that as america we we as the wealthiest country in the world. We should do more than just a little bit. You know we should do our fair share of supporting refugees from countries that that had especially a country like this where we are a pretty big cause of the problem we should bear fair share of helping the people who want to escape. Find a better living haughty. You said that you walked out of the cyber security meeting at the white house this week..

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"hadi" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"hadi" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"And that's part of how we are helping solve this problem. And we offer scholarships for teachers to basically attend these workshops to get the training so that a biology or history teacher can become a computer science teacher but the other thing those teachers need administrations the principal or the district. Saying we're gonna make this a real priority for the school or for the school district so this is partly been a teacher powered movement the individual teachers has. I'm just going to do it in my classroom as well as a top down effort by by district or principles or states. Saying we're gonna do a whole rollout. I guess it's similar to in the software business. Were you know the land and expand approach were you you get the developers and in the company to adopt your software tools and then it bubbles up that the administration has to adopt it because every every serve every provider and every developer is using written case. Every teacher is using it. That is exactly the way we think about it And in fact we have a data dashboard that shows in a given school district. How many teachers are using code dot org already so then we can talk to that school district and say. Look at all these classrooms and then look these schools in your district. That aren't you know and so is it right. That's why don't you give it to every kid in the school districts that all the schools are on the same footing and then let's come up with the top down plan and we can even say here's what your teachers. Here's the survey results of how much your teachers in your district like it at. We have visibility because code runs an online platform that tens of millions of students are learning from in schools at have a level of visibility that most school districts have their own students and we offer that visibility to the school districts. I love the application of computer science because it answers the question of. Why do we need to know this in terms of math and i can imagine that teachers probably have that resonate with students as well. So that's really interesting hockey. You separately had a really interesting public thread this week about your history and how it relates to current events in afghanistan. And let's talk about that after this break you're listening to geekwire and we'll be right back Welcome back. it's todd bishop with john cook. Were here with hoti par tovia. He is the ceo of code dot org the nonprofit computer science education institution. And how do you had a fascinating tweet. This week related to a different global issue. We've been talking about cybersecurity but of course we have the events tragic in some ways that are happening in afghanistan right now and you related to your experience growing up in iran. Can you walk us through. What types of memories. The events in afghanistan have brought to mind for you and your perspective on what's happening today given your history first of all. I'd say this is a raw personal topic for me. It's a very emotional. And it's not one that i open up about very much. That twitter story told was the first time i've so publicly shared. Add that much about my childhood. And i had i had shared parts. That story once before with my staff and once a or guardians sort of much more limited groups but sharing it so openly as ab very raw Shall i say and actually the reactions. I had on just from doing that. And also this response on twitter at basically was was very very emotional for me for the days that was happening. Because you know. I i've gone through my career on. I'm successful and much older than the child. That i was but i also realized that there were many emotions. I suffer during my childhood. I never really process. Are i never going have the emotions you know what i shared was looking at. What's happening in afghanistan. As as all these people are fleeing the country out of fear of what's going to be the new government at this is not a new story. It's not a story that this is the first time that's happening. It's a story that happens almost on repeat and it's especially a story that happens on repeat with. Us intervention in the middle east at. That's not the only way that governments get overthrown or new folks coming in people runaway at. But it's certainly. We see that on. Repeat weather in iraq whether in syria whether in huron there in afghanistan and so the reason i shared my own personal stories for more people to to recognize the costs of war and the challenge of trying as an outside country trying to fix and other countries which is an unnatural thing at usually goes poorly. But then i also wanted to share my own personal experiences projecting from just seeing. How many people responded i got responses from iranians from the past or afghani. Students are children at the present day. Saying we're going through the same exact thing right now and and and you know the the life i lived. When was when i was six years old is when the iranian revolution happened and the the the government got overthrown At the moment of the revolution it was a monarchy under a shop. That had at least had a secret. Police have been torturing people and there's a bunch of people who are unhappy about a effectively a puppet monarchy that had been put in place by the united states and so there was briefly a moment of pride around overthrowing the government in creating a new government. But as i wrote at in my tweets you know the people who overthrew the bad guys became the new bad guys. And when i was six you know i remember the moment. There was just a lot of noise and shouting in the streets but then all sorts of things changed my life. You know my school books were taken away. A new school books are given to us. Because here's the new history that we need to learn and makes you question while what was wrong with the old books and can i trust the new books. Can you trust any of the books. If they're going to be changed out you know. What am i learning in school. That i shouldn't be. What am i learning. What was i missing before. What am i missing now. And then iran turned into increasingly a a totalitarian police state at where you couldn't trust anybody because anybody who criticized the government just bad things would happen people would be disappeared. People get beaten in the streets or whipped in the streets..

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"hadi" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"hadi" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"If you look within the united states. it's been going incredibly while you look globally. There's a lot of work to be done at. It's only recently that we really think of vision as a global vision in the us. We went from ten percent of schools even offering computer science to now. Roughly half of all schools teach computer science at so the job is almost half done but still have the schools in the country. Don't offer this course at all at in terms of participation in computer science we've been working to increase the diversity of participation in k. Through twelve computer science programs. And that's also really improved both in terms of the sheer numbers of young women or black or latino kids in computer science or in the percentages relative to what white and asian men. Both of those things have been improving in fact if you look at. Ap computer science among young women or among black latino or native american students there's been a tenfold increase in just eight years ten times more girls are studying. Ap computer science than we started. And it's been to truly incredible the fact that public schools all around the country where there's none of their teachers ever studied computer science themselves. Those teachers are now teaching computer science using the code that our curriculum and their students diverse students from underrepresented groups traditionally that haven't been participants in the tech ecosystem are now taking college level. Ap courses in passing the exam. that's been phenomenal. but there's still a lot of room to grow in the us half the school still. Don't teach computer science. Globally ninety percent of schools don't teach computer science and even in the schools that teach it because it's optional. The majority of kids still. Don't take it at the computer science. Ap exam is still far smaller than the english be examined to calculus ap exam even though the college board believes computer sciences more important than calculus. The college just administers the test in the majority of kids. Way more kids take calculus than computer science. Even though its relevance to our day to day lives is far less so if you had a magic wand haughty and you could wave to get that other half of all schools to get computer science embedded into their curriculum. What would what would you do. And how would you implement that. It's funny that you said magic wand. Because i regularly say that in us education. There's no one lever you can pull. There's one person to decide anything at you know. In some countries there's a minister of education and everybody every teacher reports. There's a chain of command to the minister of education in our country. There is no chain of command that way. The secretary of education manages the federal budget for education. Which is just seven percent. Every school district has an independently elected school board. Enter the chain of command in seattle public schools stops at the seattle school board that is elected by the citizens. And there's some state laws in the some federal laws. But it's it's really decentralized and there's no lever but a magic wand would really help if you could just wave a wand across all of those groups if there was one thing that would really change stuff. But i don't think our country is ready for this. It would be making computer. Science a requirement for graduation at and there are some states that have chosen to do that. Arkansas has done that. South carolina nevada. I think those are the three states. Now where you can't go through k. Through twelve schooling in the state of of nevada without taking computer science. Same thing with arkansas. Once that happens that addresses the diversity. Problem like this. Every student must take the class. It also addresses the issue of access. Every school must teach it. You know all these other things get figured out but most of the country isn't ready for computer. Science to graduation requirements Their schools that. Don't teach it yet. And if you said it's required to graduate you all. Enc's the graduation graduation rates with plummets. Arkansas spent many years in advance to get ready for that and you know to to really change the education system. There are no magic wands. It requires top to bottom mental shift between the students to parents teachers principals and the state department of education. And so that's why it takes a long time yet. I'm guessing just the teachers. Themselves is a challenge to adequately teach computers science. So what what are you doing in that regard to make sure that the teachers are available to teach what's advanced computer science right now. The good thing is the teachers. Love this because teachers themselves are part of a system which they know needs to evolve for them. They entered the field out of passion for helping kids. You know. prepare for the future. They don't need to be told that computer sciences the future. They don't need to be told that there's money in it. They're kind of waiting. Why am i teaching this thing that i'm having struggling getting the kid interested in you. Know if they try just one hour of code they see the kids love it. They light up. The kids are like uh finally. We're creating technology but then all right now to get back to the things at the school requires us to do teachers by and large believe computer sciences important for their kids..

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"hadi" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"hadi" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"You don't need to spend a month of learning. At course it's a few hours of learning the things you need to do. And then actually doing them. Most of us know we need to set up two factor authentication. But like. I'll do that tomorrow or or you know. We should get a password manager in different strong passwords. But it's like Kind of lazy. I don't wanna do that. I'll just use the same password on the site. What's the worst thing that can happen. Mostly will make that decision on an individual basis but if we had a national call to action that we are all fixing this and everybody did it on the same day. I think he would change things. I got the day for you. Pi day pied Day mark yes. How can be. It can be Geeky yeah. I don't know if that the one day solution would do it but that was my best idea for like only works if a lots of people collectively say we're going to do this and my experience for for coming up with that concept is what happened with us with our of code at co dot org. The hour of code started as a as a one person ideas to. Let's get ten million students to learn one hour of coding. But it may have been my idea but what made a powerful as we've got four hundred partners reaching out to a hundred thousand teachers to do this in their classrooms and really creating a movement rounded that has now for years over and over has had over billion times. The hour of code has been done. And what i was thinking is. Can we create something of that nature where it's not about one organization or or or one government but that is really sort of collective coming together with lots of people saying we should do this and who can. We create space for every major employer. Tell all of their employees take today off and do this stuff or creating time for people saying this is the time we are all going to spend on changing our passwords and turning on two factor authentication installing the updates etc. Yeah i think that's what it is. It is laziness i mean. It's not the first thing you really wanna do is set up a change your passwords. you know. It's not a fun activity to go through. So i think having the time and mental space to do it is important and it's probably the last thing on most people's lists why it doesn't happen it's also education. I think the majority of americans don't even know the thing that they're not doing and then there's the folks who do know and they're kind of lazy about it. Here's my cynical question. I look at these announcements that are made like microsoft announcing they're going to quadruple their spending on security and google and of course i know co dot org announcements wouldn't fall into this category but i always wonder just as the journalists looking at this. Were these companies planning on doing this anyway. And they're just using this moment as a time to promote their latest announcements. Or do you think these initiatives are sort of organic and actually do come out of the fact that the president has brought these folks together. You're right to be cynical and it's always a bit of both ad. I've been doing this type of thing multiple times through multiple administrations had co dot. Org we've been involved with things of this nature with obama administration with the trump administration and with the biden administration. And it is always a bit of both. You can give you an example. Under the trump administration when there was announcement around computer science and the tech companies came together an announced money they were going to spend on that and i was heavily involved in those conversations and there was for sure cases where somebody was already going to do something but now they put it in the announcement and there were for sure cases where there wasn't a plan they said you know what we're gonna. This is gonna be the moment where we put real money behind. This and a new initiative got got a put together at a major company. Because of the bully pulpit. I can't speak to the specifics of any of the companies in in yesterday's announcement. 'cause i wasn't as closely involved in in helping them put together there the parts of their announce. But i've seen both ends of what you said that the cynical cases like just let's roll out the existing idea we had. It was already on the books. But now we're announcing it and cases where the power of the white house as convenor causes people to take new actions that they wouldn't have otherwise. Well hoti we jumped right into the white house news. And i don't wanna cut that conversation off but i do want to just sort of get an overall sense and give people a a perspective on who you are and what you've done your tech entrepreneur and investor and You founded To startups telling me networks and also i liked told me was acquired by microsoft..

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"hadi" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"hadi" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"Eighty nine percent of all cyber attacks that you hear what didn't happen because the technology didn't work because one person made a simple avoidable mistake. They clicked on a link. That said oh. Enter your password and then suddenly. The attackers got on their computer. And then from their computer. They got another computer. And then lo and behold an entire system take it down and the pandemic is making this worse because we're all shifting to remote work which means dad's computer which works that works for utility. Mom works for a bank and their daughter download. Something that they shouldn't have in. That's something infects the moms computer which sends sets off back. You know so. The person who's working for the bank might be doing everything correct. But they're on a home network whose security gets compromised because something the kids do. The world of remote work is increasing the digital connections between all of our computers at actually makes things less safe and so the reason cybersecurity in this country is in education. Problem is we need to educate every american on the basics of how to stay safe online. The number one way things get breached or hacked isn't because the technology didn't work. It's somebody use the same password across all their sites and apps or somebody didn't have their computer locked with a password or they didn't install the software updates or they didn't use two factor authentication on their email. These simple set of things that if everybody did them. Eighty nine percent of all the problems in in cybersecurity would have been avoided. This seems like a daunting challenge. Though to educate those are pretty basic things that you just listed but for the majority of people as you know. Haughty people just aren't listening or paying attention or going to do those types of things. So how do you start the process to educate folks to do some those basic things that you just laid out. That's a good question. I can tell you small ideas or one big idea. Actually i don't small medium ideas. Everyone of the organizations that was present came.

"hadi" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"hadi" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"Tim cook. I've invited you all here today. Because you have the power. The capacity and responsibility. I believe to raise the bar on cyber security. So what happened next and did any real solutions emerge our guest on this episode of the geekwire. Podcast was in that closed door meeting seattle area investor and entrepreneur. Heidi part lovie. Ceo of co dot org the national computer science education nonprofit shares details and his key takeaways. Coming up the fact that per toby was in the white house this week for a repeat visit was all the more remarkable given his own life story. He and his twin brother. Ali were six years old in iran during the nineteen seventy-nine revolution. The leader immigrated to the us and found success as entrepreneurs and computer. Scientists will talk about that extraordinary life journey and the future of the american dream later on in the show. Hoti part toby. Thanks for joining us. Thank you so much for hosting me. Can you describe what it was like inside the white house. Cyber security summit with president biden. And all of these tech. Ceo's what was it like to be in that room. And what did you see. It was a very unique event. It's not my first time being at the white house at but it was my first time with this administration. It was for sure that first time with the collective set of people who were there. President biden hosted a summit for cybersecurity. Inviting the the ceos of the largest technology companies and ceo's across financial services energy insurance as well as leaders from education to bring really attention to the national importance of cybersecurity as something that is hurting all of us and to vasie increased collaboration amongst these groups to help us all recognize. This isn't one company's problem. It's not one government's problems collective problem. That's only going to get solved via collaboration together and it was my first time being in a summits together with all the. Ceo's from tech does multiple of them. That i've worked with on a one on one basis or have collaborations with their companies but seeing them all in one place was certainly unique and going from the white house. Rose garden to the east room of the president is always. It's kind of a very special unique thing at the power. The president takao meeting having people just show up and change. Their schedules around is incredible. So what was the substance of the conversation. I know obviously president biden started by giving some public comments and then there were things behind closed doors so i recognize. You may be limited in what you can say but can you give us the gist of what was discussed around the subject of cybersecurity and those acuna with different members of the folks are present so he you know he made comments on the record before the press but then he wanted to ask questions from different members at the different organizations that were their leaders to to get their thoughts under from things for example asked from saatchi adela the rule that the technology companies can play in what they are looking for either from each other or from the governments to help insomnia aptly mentioned the importance of cybersecurity standards. He made an analogy to seatbelts. Other standards in the car industry that have increased the safety of cars and pointing out that in cybersecurity. The expectations of software. Are you know they're not nearly as clear. A software or systems of of the cloud or so on in the end the importance of standards which is something that is going to be worked out with nist to establish were at president biden. Asked somebody from the insurance industry about how insurers what role can ensures play and then a conversation sued in terms of the breaches happened. The interplay between an insurance company insured. You know the person who suffers a bridge and law enforcement and what are the. What are the ways that the insurance company or the person who's Organization it is breached can aid law enforcement while ensuring at an entity business continuity and things like that because sometimes these security breaches go without publicity and somebody who's systems have been breached might not want publicity for all the right reasons but they do want law enforcement supports add to help catch the bad guys and the insurance companies often caught in the middle as well then there was a conversation similarly between the president abd and jamie diamond in terms of how financial services both in terms of protecting their own clouds but also the role they play in ransom attacks and the collection. Herd's hunting down ransoms or so on was a conversation that happened. And then lastly he asked me about the role of education with respect to the workforce in cybersecurity. I actually published my comments on that. Because i asked. I'm not sure if anybody else prepared. But i was ready. I this was like in. Casey calls on me. I want to be ready. As i was like curiously writing notes on my iphone app to be ready. If he's gonna call me. What am i going to say. Some of those other folks are very well-spoken and i'm not sure for example of saatchi had prepared comments or if he just naturally things rockley tongue in motion a importance. I wrote down what i wanted to to say back if i get asked to talk and the twitter threat is great link to that and also we want to jump in i want to get more your perspectives on education but just stepping back for a moment. I'm curious walking out of the meeting. Big picture did you feel more positive about the direction we're headed or real like oh crap were in were shaped that. I even imagined where. Where did you come out of the meeting feeling. I felt more positive that i should be clear. I feel because i started not very positive at and you know the reason i say that is our country is in a cyber war. I don't think people recognize that. We recognize that. We're in a war in afghanistan that were pulling out of We don't recognize that every single day. Every single computer in our country is getting attacked. And there's many of these attacks defend off but the ones that aren't getting fended off their small tax their major. You know the colonial pipeline. If that haven't gotten back running when it did we were days away from catastrophic problems in the country things that impact utilities energy sources water sources we. We rely on water to live. You know and if somebody can cut those things off. That's not a small deal. It's a big big deal and there's much more fragility in the digital infrastructure of our country than people recognize and when you start from that baseline of like oh shoot. This could go badly the fact that these folks have all come together and just a general sense of. We're going to do something about it. I walked away optimistic. That that there's attention on it. Companies made commitments and there was a real commitment to collaboration. Which is i think key because you know. The tech companies compete to obviously but they have to collaborate in the space. Everybody in the country needs survey odyssey connect collaborate in the space because we're fighting an invisible set of enemies and they they take advantage of weaknesses between the gaps and the only way to address that is to collaborate. Yeah haughty. I love the fact that you wrote down your comments on your iphone. That's kind of the white house. Equivalent of preparing your oscars acceptance speech just in case. But he didn't prepare his wardrobe. Did you heidi. I saw your tweets for you so you pull your audience on twitter whether you should wear your code dot.

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"hadi" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"hadi" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"10 pin in Saint Matthew's An accident. Our next report in 10 minutes about the jealous NewsRadio 8 40 w H A s my folks for the UPDATED forecast Some Wook. Why Chief meteorologist Jay Cardosi warm here. Good weather again on this Wednesday afternoon with a scattering of showers and even a few thunderstorms. Some of that rain kind of on the heavy side in spots anyway. Those temperatures again will be in the mid and upper eighties. The outlook for tonight any and all showers and quickly this evening otherwise will drop into the low seventies and tomorrow. Another hot, humid day Temperatures around 90 with a chance for scattered thunderstorms later in the afternoon on into tomorrow evening that your forecast from Wook why chief meteorologist Jay Cardosi Kentucky. Anna's breaking news, weather and traffic station news radio 8 40 W H. A S Louisville and I Heart radio station. It's three o'clock. I'm Paul. Miles. News radio. A 40 W H a gas. Our top story. A Kentucky State representative wants to unseat Congressman John your meth. Will Clark reports global. My name is Attica. Scott. And here is my message to you. Let's say a joyful Let's stay hopeful and let's take our energy and power to Congress. Three terms State representative Atticus Card entering the race for the third Congressional District seat held by John Ya RMA since 2000 and seven Scott meeting with reporters via Zoom, explaining why she's taking on your meth. This campaign is about the people of Louisville and the people who are demanding and asking for different representation. That is my focus far too often. We focus on an individual as if the seat was made for them, but the seat is not made for any one person is made for us. For we, the people. That is why I'm running your mouth, has held the seat since 2007 and is currently the chairman of the House Budget Committee. Will Clark News Radio a 40 W H A s tropical storm l sub is weakening as it moves over land. The storm is losing strength as it impacts northern Florida after making landfall earlier today, it has winds of 50 MPH and is about 100 miles west of Jacksonville. Forecasters say the Georgia coast could be dealing with tropical storm conditions later today and into tonight. The South Carolina coast is likely to be dealing with those same conditions tonight and into tomorrow. Hadi is asking the U. S for help in finding the assassins.

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All Female Flight Crew In Afghanistan Makes History

Weekend Edition Sunday

01:03 min | 1 year ago

All Female Flight Crew In Afghanistan Makes History

"And all female flight crew just made history in a country where women's rights are hard fought for a crew of six flew a Boeing 737 from the capital city of Kabul to Herat. On Wednesday, two pilots and four cabin crew members operated the flight for Kam Air, a privately owned commercial airline. And while the 90 minute flight was short, it represents how far Afghan women have come in the past decade, with female pilots making gradual strides in aviation. Here's 22 year old captain Mo Hadi's mercy in a video posted on Facebook shortly after graduating from Air Works Aviation Academy, explaining how her mother Encouraged her to dream big, like I cannot sit behind the desk and I cannot break the same thing every day. So I need something amazing. I need something different every day. I need something challenging. She was like, how about becoming a planet? Like Is it even possible in Afghanistan? And she told me there is nothing impossible. Everything is possible by Hi, ladies.

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"hadi" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"hadi" Discussed on AP News

"More Republicans. They're saying they don't want to see him serve out the final 10 days of his term, either. Senator Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania has joined Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski in calling for President Trump to resign and go away as soon as possible. While maybe sees this week, Congressman Adam Kinzinger says, I think the best thing would for the country to hell would be for him to resign. The next best thing is the 25th amendment. That's why I call on vice president Pence to do it. But as for impeachment, I honestly don't think Impeachments the smart move because I think it victimizes Donald Trump. Still, Kinzinger says. If it comes to impeachment vote the right way when it's when you know whatever is put in front of me. Ben Thomas Washington Senator Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania has joined Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski in calling for President Trump to resign and go away as soon as possible. While on a bee sees this week, Congressman Adam Kinzinger says, I think the best thing for the country to hell would be for him to resign. The next best thing is the 25th amendment. That's why I call on vice president Pence to do it. But as for impeachment, I honestly don't think Impeachments the smart move because I think it victimizes Donald Trump. Still, Kinzinger says. If it comes to impeachment vote the right way when it's when you know whatever is put in front of me. Ben Thomas Washington such a rescue team sifted through the depth breeze shortly after military chief Hadi Chatty Anto confirmed there has been progress in their search. We have determined the position of the plane's black boxes from two signals emitted by the devices. The.

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Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany Delivers A Briefing At The White House

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

02:01 min | 2 years ago

Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany Delivers A Briefing At The White House

"So the the new woman who got hired to be the White House press secretary that's sexual harassment I apologize toxic masculinity who doesn't she have wasn't she like a Miss America or bachelor after six you got some claim to fame Hadi wise doesn't change some colors are shown to Harvard I haven't seen any miss America's no no no no it's not me it's not miss Americans not bachelor those there that but it's it's some may have been missed George or some anyway she got into it with the press yesterday and so first time I I haven't really I've really heard or do our job is you know trump kind of took over being his own press secretary for quite awhile here's here's the new person dealing with the press previous life before you were press secretary work for the campaign and you made a comment I believe on fox she said president trump will not allow the corona virus to come to this country given what has happened since then obviously would you like to take that back well first let me note I was asked a question on fox business about presents travel restrictions I noted what was the intent behind those travel restrictions which is we will not see the coronavirus come here will not see terrorism come here referring to an earlier set of travel restrictions I guess I would turn the question back on the media and I similar questions does vox want to take back the day proclaimed that the corona virus would not be a deadly pandemic to the Washington post want to take back that they told Americans to get a grip the flu is bigger than a corona virus is the Washington post's likewise want to take back that our brains are causing us to exaggerate the threat of the corona virus is in your times when a take back that fear of the virus maybe stresses spreading faster than the virus itself is N. P. R. one to take back that the flu is a much bigger threat than the corona virus and finally once again the Washington post would you like to take back but the government should not respond aggressively to the crown of iris all we do with those questions and maybe you'll have some answers in a

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Hezbollah-backed professor to form new government in Lebanon

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

Hezbollah-backed professor to form new government in Lebanon

"The university professor is now the prime minister of Lebanon and peers Lama lagi and reports it's still too early to say whether how sandhi ABS appointment will put an end to two months of nationwide anti government protests that led to the resignation of former prime minister Saud al Hadi India has just been appointed Lebanon's new prime minister he's a professor and a former education minister and now he's been given the difficult task of forming a new government and it's nationwide protests the new prime minister has the backing of the major she how parties including Hezbollah and its allies in government but DO hasn't been able to secure the backing of others like the party of the former prime minister side in Haiti and this could create obstacles when it comes to forming a government Lebanon has been ruled by the same political elites since the civil war ended in nineteen ninety and protesters have pushed for technocratic government so the election of DHEA a former minister is not likely to calm the streets

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Man whose phone number was found on Jersey City attacker arrested

Sean Hannity

00:08 sec | 3 years ago

Man whose phone number was found on Jersey City attacker arrested

"McKinney in Monmouth County man in court today on weapons charges that are being linked to the Jersey city shootout Ahmed al Hadi's phone number and address found in the pocket of one of those dead

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Man whose info found on Jersey shooter nabbed on gun charge

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Man whose info found on Jersey shooter nabbed on gun charge

"When the authorities partisan went battle to a meta lines are Hadi's hardening pawn as Washington shop in New Jersey braces he for this admitted week's owning expected weapons house but denied vote to they impeach were there president a search trump of a shop Democrats at home turned are defending up three the necessity A. R. fifteen of impeachment style assault even rifles if president trump three is not hand removed guns from a shot office gun while and Republicans more than four are denouncing hundred rounds the of ammunition integrity of the process including hollow point senator bullets Ted Cruz so far tells he's A. not B. C.'s been charged this week with supplying I think any this of is the the killers beginning five of the guns end the FBI for is their investigating show trial the shooting that we've seen as domestic in the house terrorism I think it's going to come saying to the Senate David Anderson we're gonna have and fair Francine proceedings Graham and who then died and at then the it's scene not going hated anywhere using because cops the facts three aren't people there in the but Jewish Senate marker minority were leader killed Chuck while Schumer the police is officer raising doubts was shot nearby after Senate Majority and delivery Leader Mitch driver McConnell found told dead fox in a car news trunk last week may also he was be working a victim as one with the I'm White Julie House Walker and there's zero chance the president will be removed from office so far McConnell has not come to me and I'm worried that we won't get a fair trial where all the facts and all the truth comes out the house plans to vote Wednesday on two articles of impeachment abuse of power and obstruction of Congress Ben Thomas Washington

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Yemen's government, separatists sign deal to stop infighting

Pacifica Evening News

00:57 sec | 3 years ago

Yemen's government, separatists sign deal to stop infighting

"Yemen's internationally recognized government signed a power sharing deal today with southern separatists backed by the United Arab Emirates the deal aims to end months of infighting in the nation's south the two groups are alliance against Yemen's who the rebels but their deadly clashes of exposed to potential rift in the anti who the bark and threaten to further destabilize the Arab world's poorest country Saudi Arabia state TV broadcast the signing ceremony in the Saudi capital Riyadh as were Yemen's president Abed Rabbo months or Hyundai is in in exile since twenty fourteen when the who sees took control of the capital sanaa and much of northern Yemen today's power sharing deal allows for president Hadi to return to southern Yemen envisages a new cabinet a copy of the deal obtained by the Associated Press also shows the separatists agreed to disband their malicious which would be integrated into hardy's forces within

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News in Brief 16 July 2019

UN News

03:45 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 16 July 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations ahead of a key expert meeting at the U._N.. To decide whether to declare the ongoing Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo and International Health Emergency U. N. CHILDREN'S FUND UNICEF warned won't that the epidemic is infecting more children than earlier outbreaks to date. There have been more than two thousand five hundred cases of infection and to nearly one thousand six hundred seventy people have died in the D._R._C. Provinces of cheery and North Kivu. Making it the worst outbreak the country has ever faced and the second largest epidemic on record. Here's at UNICEF spokesperson Marex mcaddo. This outbreak is affecting more children than previous outbreaks of Ebola as the seventh of July lie there had been seven hundred and fifty infections among children. This represents thirty one percent of total cases compared with about twenty percent in previous outbreaks. Meanwhile the World Health Organization confirmed that an emergency meeting on the outbreak. DOC will take place on Wednesday afternoon in Geneva. The aim of the encounter is for D._R._C. Representatives you in health experts and partners to decide whether the situation warrants declaring an international emergency. This is the fourth time the emergency panel will I'll have met during the current outbreak and it follows confirmation that the disease has been identified in Goma a city of two million people on the border with Rwanda obesity among populations of Small Island Developing States is a health emergency see made worse by climate change the U._N.. Food and Agriculture Organization or F._A._O.. said on Tuesday according to the agency one in two adults is obese in many small island communities in Polynesia and Micronesia while on average. Rich obesity levels in people from small island states are sixty percent higher than elsewhere citing climate change as a key factor in degraded land and Ocean Resources F._A._O.. Believes that this has led to dependence on imported foods that are ultra high in salt salt sugar and fat and extremely high levels of overweight and obesity speaking at the one thousand nine hundred nine high level political forum in New York F._A._O.. Director General Jose Graziano da Silva also noted that paradoxically levels. Of Hunger or undernourishment are also higher in these small island states than globally to address both hunger and obesity in small island nations. Mr Graziani Dasilva said the one way they could do this was by making better use of marine resources by tackling tackling illegal unreported and unregulated fishing and finally to Yemen where the U N has announced that a deal has been reached with both parties at war over the key red seaport of data in a statement the U._N.. said that it had brought together. Gather delegations from the government of President Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi and Hootie opponents on board a vessel on the high seas offer data. This was their first face-to-face meeting since February the U._N.. Statement continued adding that deep belligerence took stock of their earlier agreements on the redeployment of forces from her data. They also agreed on new measures to reinforce a ceasefire and de escalation which is to be put in place as soon as possible by the United Nations Mission to support the HIDETO agreement after more than four years of war. Yemen is in the grip of a humanitarian disaster with millions facing famine in a related development the U. N. special envoy to Yemen Martin Griffiths has continued to push for an end to the conflict after flying to the.

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Trump says allegations against Saudis are example of "guilty until proven innocent"

01:53 min | 4 years ago

Trump says allegations against Saudis are example of "guilty until proven innocent"

"Trump Tuesday criticised rapidly mounting global condemnation of Saudi Arabia that over the mystery of missing journalist jamarcus Shoghi warning of a rush to judgment and echoing the Saudis requests for patients, President Trump compared the case to the vet Kavanagh confirmation process saying it's another example of guilty until proven innocent vice President Mike Pence he said the truth needs to come out. Speaking to secretary peyot later today. I know he's had meetings in Saudi Arabia. The president said we're going to get to the bottom of it. The world know the truth. If in fact. Mr. kashogi was harder. Need to know who was responsible we need to hold those responsible. It's it's even more more. But he was a member of a free and independent press at any loss of life is grievous any act of violence declines to life is. Damn. This was also free and independent press. We're going to demand answers. The world deserves answers and the president Hadi and Artvin straight continue to call for answers say that those responsible are held to account. Pro government. Turkish newspapers published a gruesome recounting of the alleged flying of kashogi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul Yeni SAF excited an audio recording. Which it said showed the Washington Post columnist was tortured the newspaper said Saudi consul-general Muhammed Al Tabin could be heard on the tape saying, quote, do this outside you're going to get me in trouble. The paper said one of the Saudis torturing kashogi replied shut up if you want to live when you returned to Arabia and the kingdom

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Deep forehead wrinkles may signal a higher risk for cardiovascular mortality

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00:41 sec | 4 years ago

Deep forehead wrinkles may signal a higher risk for cardiovascular mortality

"For twenty years. Research is in front studied thousands of adults to analyze the connection between wrinkles on the Foret and the risk of dying from cardiovascular disease. The team found that people with the most wrinkles with ten times more likely to die than those with no wrinkles. Once the research is did not find a definitive link between increased wrinkles and the risk of death from heart disease is believed that the hardening of arteries you to plank build up maybe the cools and his blood vessels in the Freud, assoc mall that the first show the banks of vessel aging whilst fried brow is no better predicting cardiovasc-. Risk than existing methods. Researchers said their findings could help raise concerns soon

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