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Russia moves more troops westward amid Ukraine tensions

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 hrs ago

Russia moves more troops westward amid Ukraine tensions

"Russian Russian foreign foreign minister minister Sergei Sergei Lavrov Lavrov says says Moscow Moscow is is not not threatening threatening anybody anybody with with anything anything as as tensions tensions remain remain following following inconclusive inconclusive international international talks talks abuse abuse needlessly needlessly when when you you Marshall Marshall pretty pretty much much get get you you that that that that everything everything so so she's she's not not from from the the US US and and NATO NATO following following recent recent separate separate meetings meetings for for showing showing one one describes describes as as an an obvious obvious double double standard standard of of Ross Ross explained explained that that negotiations negotiations cannot cannot accept accept any any demonstrable demonstrable outing outing the the actions actions of of Russia's Russia's armed armed forces forces on on our our own own land land Washington Washington and and its its allies allies firmly firmly rejected rejected Moscow's Moscow's demands demands during during last last week's week's seven seven talks talks which which were were held held as as an an estimated estimated one one hundred hundred thousand thousand Russian Russian troops troops massed massed near near you you crane crane in in what what the the west west is is might might be be a a prelude prelude to to an an invasion invasion I'm I'm Charles Charles the the last last month month

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Israel says 500K have received 4th vaccine dose

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 4 d ago

Israel says 500K have received 4th vaccine dose

"Israel's Israel's health health ministry ministry says says it it started started a a fourth fourth vaccine vaccine drive drive for for five five hundred hundred thousand thousand people people Israel Israel the the guided guided ministering ministering second second boosters boosters to to the the most most vulnerable vulnerable lost lost month month later later offering offering them them to to everyone everyone over over sixty sixty authorities authorities hope hope the the additional additional jobs jobs will will belong belong to to a a wave wave of of infections infections driven driven by by the the Omicron Omicron variant variant health health ministry ministry figures figures show show Israel Israel currently currently has has some some two two sixty sixty thousand thousand active active cases cases but but under under three three hundred hundred listed listed as as seriously seriously ill ill far far fewer fewer than than during during previous previous waves waves Israel Israel was was among among the the first first countries countries to to rollout rollout vaccines vaccines a a year year ago ago and and began began widely widely offering offering for for those those whose whose last last summer summer to to help help contain contain the the delta delta variant variant I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma

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Indianapolis denies FedEx shooting victims' payout request

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 5 d ago

Indianapolis denies FedEx shooting victims' payout request

"Indianapolis Indianapolis is is denied denied a a payout payout request request from from three three people people harmed harmed by by a a mass mass shooting shooting last last spring spring nineteen nineteen year year old old Brandon Brandon Scott Scott hall hall a a former former fed fed ex ex employee employee killed killed eight eight people people and and injured injured five five others others before before taking taking his his own own life life in in a a shooting shooting in in Indianapolis Indianapolis but but experts experts so so the the last last April April Paul Paul was was able able to to legally legally purchase purchase two two rifles rifles used used in in the the shooting shooting even even though though his his mother mother had had called called police police in in March March of of twenty twenty twenty twenty to to say say her her son son had had a a pump pump action action shotgun shotgun and and might might attempt attempt quote quote suicide suicide by by cop cop in in a a tort tort claim claim lawyers lawyers for for three three victims victims who who were were injured injured or or lost lost family family members members said said the the shooting shooting could could have have been been prevented prevented if if police police and and prosecutors prosecutors have have pursued pursued a a court court hearing hearing under under Indiana's Indiana's two two thousand thousand and and five five red red flag flag law law which which allows allows police police or or the the courts courts to to seize seize guns guns from from people people who who show show signs signs they they might might be be violent violent the the victims victims ask ask for for seven seven hundred hundred thousand thousand dollars dollars each each the the Indianapolis Indianapolis star star reported reported that that the the city city did did not not respond respond to to the the filing filing by by the the January January tenth tenth deadline deadline a a silence silence that's that's the the equivalent equivalent of of a a denial denial the the Sikh Sikh coalition coalition has has said said its its lawyers lawyers do do not not plan plan to to follow follow up up with with a a lawsuit lawsuit I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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Amid Djokovic backlash, Australia grapples with omicron wave

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 6 d ago

Amid Djokovic backlash, Australia grapples with omicron wave

"Australia Australia is is grappling grappling with with an an all all macron macron wave wave then then you you could could have have our our spirit spirit who who swept swept across across Australia Australia despite despite his his high high vaccination vaccination rate rate and and strict strict border border policies policies that that kept kept the the country country largely largely sealed sealed off off from from the the world world for for almost almost two two years years those those measures measures which which in in turn turn Australia Australia into into a a virtually virtually Kobe Kobe free free utopia utopia have have gone gone up up for for scrutiny scrutiny as as the the government government has has battled battled to to deport deport unvaccinated unvaccinated tennis tennis star star Novak Novak Djokovic Djokovic the the head head of of the the Australian Australian Open Open and and they they prompted prompted questions questions from from frustrated frustrated and and fatigued fatigued Australians Australians about about why why that that country country which which seemingly seemingly did did everything everything to to stop stop the the spread spread of of the the virus virus now now found found itself itself infested infested with with it it officially officially that that more more than than six six hundred hundred thousand thousand active active cases cases across across Australia's Australia's population population of of twenty twenty six six million million though though experts experts believe believe the the actual actual number number is is far far higher higher I'm I'm Charles Charles through through this this month month

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Poland hits grim milestone of 100,000 deaths from COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Poland hits grim milestone of 100,000 deaths from COVID-19

"Putin's Putin's become become the the latest latest European European nation nation to to reach reach the the grim grim milestone milestone of of one one hundred hundred thousand thousand deaths deaths related related to to the the coronavirus coronavirus opponents opponents health health minister minister says says four four hundred hundred ninety ninety three three deaths deaths of of people people with with COPD COPD nineteen nineteen who's who's being being registered registered in in the the past past twenty twenty four four appeared appeared pushing pushing the the death death toll toll to to over over one one hundred hundred thousand thousand the the vast vast majority majority of of the the deaths deaths are are among among people people who who hadn't hadn't been been vaccinated vaccinated found found nearly nearly a a quarter quarter of of those those deaths deaths some some twenty twenty four four thousand thousand because because in in the the most most recent recent wave wave of of infection infection the the began began October October appeared appeared in in which which vaccines vaccines have have been been widely widely available available in in the the E. E. U. U. nation nation and and now now joins joins Italy Italy Britain Britain France France and and Germany Germany as as as as European European nations nations that that have have recorded recorded one one hundred hundred thousand thousand deaths deaths I'm I'm Charles Charles last last month month

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New NYC Law Allows Its 800,000 Non-Citizens and 'Dreamers' to Vote

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:17 min | Last week

New NYC Law Allows Its 800,000 Non-Citizens and 'Dreamers' to Vote

"Do you hear Jake tapper with Eric Adams? It's unbelievable. Up to 1 million non citizens living in New York City are going to have access to the ballot box. Mayor Eric Adams approved legislation by the city council to automatically become law. Now, there's a lot of arguing about January 6th and how a lot of Republicans doubt the outcome of the November 2020 election. And a lot of us have been able to say with great clarity, Democrats will cheat, they will steal their against voter ID. They want drop boxes. They want as many mail in ballots as possible. They want COVID rules to apply to upend our election system. Well, tell me what you think about allowing illegals to vote. Tell me what you think. About letting 8 over 8 hundred thousand non citizens the right to vote.

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As Russia and U.S. Debate Ukraine, Ukraine Would Like a Say

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last week

As Russia and U.S. Debate Ukraine, Ukraine Would Like a Say

"Talks talks are are under under way way this this week week between between US US and and Russian Russian officials officials aimed aimed at at reducing reducing tensions tensions over over the the Russian Russian buildup buildup at at the the border border with with Ukraine Ukraine special special talks talks on on strategic strategic stability stability are are under under way way in in Geneva Geneva although although a a Russian Russian leader leader termed termed them them quote quote difficult difficult Russia's Russia's deputy deputy foreign foreign minister minister and and his his delegation delegation visited visited the the U. U. S. S. diplomatic diplomatic mission mission for for face face to to face face talks talks with with deputy deputy secretary secretary of of state state Wendy Wendy Sherman Sherman yesterday yesterday secretary secretary of of state state Antony Antony Blinken Blinken said said both both sides sides are are airing airing their their concerns concerns question question really really now now is is whether whether present present put put will will take take the the path path of of diplomacy diplomacy and and dialogue dialogue or or six six confrontation confrontation but but on on ABC's ABC's this this week week with with George George Stephanopoulos Stephanopoulos Lincoln Lincoln said said there there are are no no easy easy answers answers when when Russia Russia has has a a gun gun to to the the head head of of Ukraine Ukraine with with a a hundred hundred thousand thousand troops troops near near its its borders borders Moscow Moscow wants wants a a guarantee guarantee from from NATO NATO that that it it will will no no longer longer expand expand eastward eastward into into former former Soviet Soviet states states like like Ukraine Ukraine hi hi Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn talks talks are are under under way way this this week week between between US US and and Russian Russian officials officials aimed aimed at at reducing reducing tensions tensions over over the the Russian Russian buildup buildup at at the the border border with with Ukraine Ukraine special special

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Michael Lang, Woodstock festival co-creator, dies at 77

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last week

Michael Lang, Woodstock festival co-creator, dies at 77

"Michael Michael Lang Lang one one of of the the founders founders of of the the nineteen nineteen sixty sixty nine nine Woodstock Woodstock music music festival festival has has died died at at the the age age of of seventy seventy seven seven a a spokesperson spokesperson says says Lang Lang died died Saturday Saturday in in New New York York if if not not Hodgkin Hodgkin lymphoma lymphoma I I marches marches are are a a letter letter with with a a look look at at his his career career Joe Joe Cocker Cocker the the who who Jimi Jimi Hendrix Hendrix and and four four hundred hundred thousand thousand people people celebrating celebrating piece piece of of music music in in upstate upstate New New York York Michael Michael Lang Lang said said he he knew knew if if he he did did his his job job with with Woodstock Woodstock people people would would create create something something amazing amazing he he also also helped helped organize organize a a successful successful Woodstock Woodstock anniversary anniversary festival festival in in nineteen nineteen ninety ninety four four a a disastrous disastrous nineteen nineteen ninety ninety nine nine festival festival and and a a twenty twenty ninety ninety one one that that was was scrapped scrapped for for financial financial reasons reasons reporters reporters asked asked Lang Lang at at Woodstock Woodstock ninety ninety nine nine if if you you ever ever enjoyed enjoyed his his own own concerts concerts yeah yeah I I don't don't mean mean enjoying enjoying the the sense sense of of sitting sitting back back and and listening listening to to music music when when it's it's in in drive drive alone alone in in that that you you know know what what you're you're creating creating a a completely completely absorbed absorbed in in

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Watershed moment in NYC: New law allows noncitizens to vote

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Watershed moment in NYC: New law allows noncitizens to vote

"More more than than eight eight hundred hundred thousand thousand noncitizens noncitizens end end dreamers dreamers in in New New York York City City will will have have access access to to the the ballot ballot box box after after mayor mayor Eric Eric Adams Adams allowed allowed legislation legislation to to automatically automatically become become law law on on Sunday Sunday the the legislation legislation was was approved approved by by the the city city council council last last month month that that would would take take effect effect as as early early as as next next year year opponents opponents have have said said they they plan plan to to challenge challenge it it unless unless the the courts courts intervene intervene New New York York becomes becomes the the first first major major U. U. S. S. city city to to grant grant widespread widespread municipal municipal voting voting rights rights to to non non citizens citizens allowing allowing them them to to vote vote in in local local elections elections but but not not federal federal or or statewide statewide more more than than a a dozen dozen communities communities across across the the U. U. S. S. already already allowed allowed noncitizens noncitizens to to cast cast ballots ballots in in local local elections elections Julie Julie Walker Walker New New York York

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Pastor Luke Barnett Describes the Dream City Church Fasting Challenge

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:43 min | Last week

Pastor Luke Barnett Describes the Dream City Church Fasting Challenge

"Tell us about it. Okay, so we challenged our church at the beginning of the year to from every Tuesday to Wednesday. It's called the John Wesley fast. It was the longest. It's the fast that held the longest revival in history. And so it's a 24 hour fast. And what we've asked our people starting today at lunch, eat breakfast, eat lunch, then after lunch, don't eat dinner tonight or breakfast tomorrow morning, but pick up eating again at lunchtime tomorrow. It's 24 hour fast, but just two meals. And that was the John Wesley fast. And then come tomorrow night for our midweek church experience where we are going to. We've gathered hundreds, thousands of prayer requests for people who need breakthrough in some area of their life. Maybe they need healing for their body. Maybe they need a financial breakthrough for their business. Maybe their kids are far from God and they're praying for their kids to come back home. But they're going to have thousands of per request. So we're going to meet here at 6 30 tomorrow night. You're all invited to come and be part of this. And for 15 minutes, we're going to sing some songs of worship. Then we're going to teach you for 15 minutes. What prayer is, how to pray. A principles are prayer. And then we're going to turn the playlist on and hundreds of people are going to just walk around the auditorium here and pick up these prayer cards and be in stacks of three or four. And you're going to pray for other people's kids who need the lord. Other people who need healing for their body. You're going to pray for them. They call their names on just saying, would you touch their lives? And hundreds of people are going to be doing this to the people and their prayer request. And by the way, if you need a protocol, please don't leave tonight. If you need in your life, feel all those cars. We'll pray for you tomorrow night as well. But so we're

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Hospitalizations skyrocket in kids too young for COVID shots

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last week

Hospitalizations skyrocket in kids too young for COVID shots

"The the CDC CDC says says hospitalizations hospitalizations are are sharply sharply up up in in kids kids with with covert covert nineteen nineteen award award to to young young to to be be vaccinated vaccinated as as the the Omicron Omicron variant variant has has furiously furiously spread spread the the past past few few weeks weeks the the hospitalization hospitalization rate rate among among kids kids under under five five has has surged surged from from two two and and a a half half out out of of every every one one hundred hundred thousand thousand to to more more than than four four pediatric pediatric hospitalizations hospitalizations are are at at the the highest highest rate rate compared compared to to any any prior prior point point in in the the pandemic pandemic CDC CDC cheaper cheaper Selma Selma Lenski Lenski says says the the rate rate among among older older children children who who are are vaccine vaccine eligible eligible from from five five to to seventeen seventeen is is about about one one per per one one hundred hundred thousand thousand she she says says the the numbers numbers include include kids kids hospitalized hospitalized both both because because of of covert covert nineteen nineteen end end of of those those admitted admitted for for other other reasons reasons but but found found to to be be infected infected Sager Sager mag mag ani ani Washington Washington

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US jobless claims rise by 7,000, but still low at 207,000

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last week

US jobless claims rise by 7,000, but still low at 207,000

"The the number number of of Americans Americans filing filing for for unemployment unemployment rose rose but but remains remains at at historically historically low low levels levels the the labor labor department's department's weekly weekly count count of of jobless jobless claims claims rose rose last last week week by by seven seven thousand thousand to to two two hundred hundred and and seven seven thousand thousand while while the the four four week week average average of of claims claims rose rose by by nearly nearly forty forty eight eight hundred hundred to to just just below below two two hundred hundred five five thousand thousand still still historically historically low low one one point point eight eight million million Americans Americans were were collecting collecting traditional traditional unemployment unemployment aid aid the the week week that that ended ended December December twenty twenty fifth fifth economists economists with with Oxford Oxford economics economics say say that that assuming assuming layoffs layoffs related related Omicron Omicron are are limited limited and and that that tight tight labor labor market market conditions conditions they they expect expect initial initial claims claims to to continue continue to to hover hover around around the the two two hundred hundred thousand thousand mark mark Jennifer Jennifer king king Washington Washington

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Portugal ponders how to hold election amid omicron surge

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last week

Portugal ponders how to hold election amid omicron surge

"Authorities authorities in in Portugal Portugal of of wrestling wrestling with with a a conundrum conundrum how how to to hold hold a a general general election election scheduled scheduled amid amid a a surging surging coded coded nineteen nineteen cases cases around around four four hundred hundred thousand thousand people people accompli accompli in in isolation isolation in in a a country country of of just just ten ten point point three three million million and and political political leaders leaders say say they're they're trying trying to to figure figure out out how how to to organize organize the the buffet buffet for for January January thirty thirty that that considering considering waiving waiving isolation isolation rules rules so so that that people people can can vote vote or or reducing reducing isolation isolation periods periods another another option option being being making making available available more more polling polling stations stations I'm I'm voting voting booths booths to to avoid avoid crowds crowds gathering gathering and and extend extend early early voting voting possibilities possibilities meanwhile meanwhile the the surge surge shows shows no no sign sign of of slowing slowing with with New New Delhi Delhi infections infections reaching reaching almost almost forty forty thousand thousand a a new new record record I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma

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‘Jeopardy!’ champion Amy Schneider robbed in Oakland

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last week

‘Jeopardy!’ champion Amy Schneider robbed in Oakland

"And and off off the the air air bumps bumps in in the the road road for for the the reigning reigning jeopardy jeopardy champion champion police police in in Oakland Oakland say say they're they're looking looking into into the the robbery robbery of of Amy Amy Schneider Schneider she she reported reported the the news news in in a a tweet tweet to to her her fifty fifty two two thousand thousand followers followers saying saying the the incident incident left left her her shook shook up up but but otherwise otherwise OK OK it it happened happened Sunday Sunday and and she she says says the the thieves thieves made made off off with with her her ID ID credit credit cards cards and and phone phone police police say say there there have have been been no no arrests arrests in in the the case case so so far far Schneider Schneider is is the the first first transgender transgender contestant contestant to to qualify qualify for for the the tournament tournament of of champions champions her her most most recent recent win win stretches stretches her her streak streak to to twenty twenty five five straight straight earning earning nearly nearly nine nine hundred hundred thousand thousand dollars dollars in in winnings winnings so so far far I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel

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Settlement between Epstein, Prince Andrew accuser now public

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

Settlement between Epstein, Prince Andrew accuser now public

"The the financial financial settlement settlement between between Jeffrey Jeffrey Epstein Epstein and and a a woman woman who who is is suing suing Britain's Britain's prince prince Andrew Andrew for for sexual sexual assault assault has has been been made made public public the the documents documents from from two two thousand thousand and and nine nine publicly publicly released released in in Manhattan Manhattan federal federal court court today today show show that that Virginia Virginia Jew Jew freight freight accepted accepted a a private private five five hundred hundred thousand thousand dollar dollar deal deal to to settle settle her her lawsuit lawsuit against against Jeffrey Jeffrey Epstein Epstein resolving resolving your your phrase phrase allegations allegations that that Epstein Epstein had had hired hired her her as as a a teenager teenager to to be be a a sexual sexual servant servant at at his his estate estate in in Palm Palm Beach Beach Florida Florida she she sued sued prince prince Andrew Andrew in in August August of of twenty twenty twenty twenty one one saying saying he he sexually sexually assaulted assaulted her her multiple multiple times times when when she she was was seventeen seventeen the the prince prince maintains maintains the the assaults assaults never never happened happened a a line line in in the the two two thousand thousand and and nine nine settlement settlement says says it it includes includes anyone anyone else else who who could could have have been been included included as as a a potential potential defendant defendant the the prince's prince's attorney attorney Andrew Andrew Brettler Brettler has has said said the the agreement agreement should should release release enter enter from from any any purported purported liability liability you you phrase phrase attorneys attorneys disagree disagree arguments arguments over over request request to to dismiss dismiss the the lawsuit lawsuit are are scheduled scheduled for for Tuesday Tuesday I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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Biden, Putin trade frank talk as alarm rises over Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden, Putin trade frank talk as alarm rises over Ukraine

"President president Biden Biden and and his his Russian Russian counterpart counterpart spent spent nearly nearly an an hour hour on on the the phone phone discussing discussing the the Russian Russian troop troop buildup buildup near near Ukraine Ukraine a a senior senior White White House House officials officials as as president president Biden Biden told told Russia's Russia's Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin the the two two powers powers now now face face two two paths paths either either diplomacy diplomacy or or American American deterrence deterrence through through harsh harsh economic economic sanctions sanctions Putin Putin responded responded if if there there are are U. U. S. S. sanctions sanctions it it could could lead lead to to a a complete complete rupture rupture of of ties ties Russia's Russia's made made clear clear that that it it wants wants a a written written commitment commitment Ukraine Ukraine will will never never be be allowed allowed to to join join NATO NATO and and that that the the alliance's alliance's military military equipment equipment will will not not be be positioned positioned in in former former Soviet Soviet states states to to demands demands the the by by Nick Nick ministration ministration has has rejected rejected a a Russian Russian adviser adviser told told reporters reporters Putin Putin told told Biden Biden Russia Russia would would act act the the same same way way the the US US would would act act if if weapons weapons were were deployed deployed near near America's America's borders borders Russia's Russia's placed placed an an estimated estimated one one hundred hundred thousand thousand troops troops near near the the border border with with Ukraine Ukraine I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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Biden, Putin to hold call over stepped up security demands

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden, Putin to hold call over stepped up security demands

"President president Biden Biden will will speak speak again again tomorrow tomorrow with with Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin as as the the Russian Russian leader leader steps steps up up the the demands demands for for security security guarantees guarantees in in Eastern Eastern Europe Europe after after meeting meeting with with Putin Putin earlier earlier this this month month via via video video conference conference the the president president said said the the U. U. S. S. and and key key NATO NATO allies allies would would discuss discuss Moscow's Moscow's concerns concerns about about the the alliance alliance and and whether whether or or not not your your work work out out any any accommodations accommodations as as it it relates relates to to bringing bringing down down the the temperature temperature along along the the Eastern Eastern Front Front an an estimated estimated one one hundred hundred thousand thousand Russian Russian troops troops are are massed massed near near the the Ukrainian Ukrainian border border fueling fueling fears fears of of an an invasion invasion Putin Putin said said this this week week he he will will ponder ponder options options if if the the west west does does not not meet meet his his demands demands which which include include keeping keeping Ukraine Ukraine out out of of NATO NATO Washington Washington says says that's that's a a non non starter starter a a senior senior administration administration official official says says the the president president will will stress stress to to Putin Putin that that while while the the allies allies are are United United he he is is willing willing to to engage engage in in principal principal diplomacy diplomacy with with Moscow Moscow Sager Sager mag mag ani ani Washington Washington

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As COVID fueled the drug crisis, Native Americans hit worst

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 weeks ago

As COVID fueled the drug crisis, Native Americans hit worst

"As as cove cove it it fuels fuels the the drug drug crisis crisis in in America America native native Americans Americans are are being being hit hit the the worst worst the the white white earth earth nation nation tribe tribe in in Minnesota Minnesota worked worked hard hard to to save save its its people people from from addiction addiction and and in in many many years years lost lost no no one one to to overdoses overdoses on on the the reservation reservation but but then then the the pandemic pandemic arrived arrived improved improved too too painful painful for for some some like like Rachel Rachel Taylor Taylor son son who who became became addicted addicted after after being being prescribed prescribed pain pain killers killers as as a a teen teen haven haven this this Hellebuyck Hellebuyck and and it it felt felt like like this this pandemic pandemic wasn't wasn't nothing nothing compared compared to to the the pandemic pandemic of of all all that that you you know know the the Dr Dr Linda Linda Fenton Fenton all all want want opioids opioids that that have have taken taken over over a a record record high high one one hundred hundred thousand thousand Americans Americans were were lost lost in in the the year year to to drug drug overdoses overdoses as as the the pandemic pandemic sent sent addiction addiction up up by by nearly nearly thirty thirty percent percent with with native native Americans Americans twelve twelve times times more more likely likely than than others others to to die die from from meth meth amphetamine amphetamine I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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"hundreds thousands" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"hundreds thousands" Discussed on AP News

"Thousand and two hundred thousand dollars Paul McCartney's handwritten draft for the song Maxwell's silver hammer is estimated to sell for between two hundred thousand and three hundred thousand dollars other items for auction include Jim Morrison's journal from Paris Johnny cash's tour piano and Michael Jackson's black loafers which he autographed on the soles I marquees are let off California hospital say that they've suffered as much as fourteen billion dollars in losses by postponing elective surgeries to clear space for the potential flood of coronavirus patients that never occurred the California hospital associations asking state lawmakers to approve one billion dollars in financial aid I'm Jackie Quinn APNews hi Mike Crossey a reporting J. crew files for chapter eleven as the pandemic chokes the retail sector struggling fashion brand J. crew has become the first major retailer to file for bankruptcy since the corona virus pandemic hit the United States J. crew with roots dating back to nineteen forty seven was struggling before the pandemic it has one point seven billion dollars in long term debt or bankruptcies are expected to follow in coming weeks among retailers facing problems Neiman Marcus J. C. Penney and gap incorporated Capas said it's running out of cash and needs an infusion I might cross yep hi Mike Rossi reporting fashion brand J. crew files for bankruptcy saddled with massive long term debt and crippled by the coronavirus shutdowns fashion brand J. crew has filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection J. crew said Monday lenders have agreed to convert one point six five billion dollars of its debt into equity it also has commitments for financing of four hundred million dollars from several existing lenders J. crew says its clothes are still available online and it plans to re open stores when it's safe to do so with clothing sales off more than fifty percent in March and April figures that are coming next week expected to be worse other retailers may soon follow J. crew.

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"hundreds thousands" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"hundreds thousands" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Hundred thousand in the U. S. Massachusetts is seeing a spike in now is the third most in the country but other states have either not had that many cases or been seen declines in our re opening some businesses this week from Vermont to Texas to Georgia there are other states not ready to reopen so more protests are planned in Alabama North Carolina and Missouri people desperate for a paycheck say they're not going to do it anymore right are protesting today outside Missouri state capitol in Jefferson city demanding the planets you safely get back to work let the people open up their businesses and have people social distance whatever it takes but you just can't you just cannot keep everything locked down like many business owners in Missouri Jane Scholl who owns the cleaning company sorry any more delay and businesses will never reopen the states stay at home order was set to expire this week though extended through may third and in some counties even longer Jeff moss so fox news just so many people staying home lately there's less driving much less flying in there are numerous reports a drop in admissions is like the less air pollution but it could be temporary as a new report shows air quality had been getting worse pre corona twenty twenty state of the air report from the American lung association looks at twenty sixteen through twenty eighteen and finds that nearly five in ten Americans live in counties with unhealthy ozone or particle pollution levels that's about a hundred and fifty million people the report says Los Angeles holds the top spot as the city with the worst ozone pollution in the country a ranking it's held for twenty of the twenty one years the report has been done California holds the top five spots for most polluted cities FOX's Tonya J. powers on Wall Street a selloff is looming again Dow.

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"hundreds thousands" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"hundreds thousands" Discussed on KTRH

"Hundred thousand that is why people rarely recover losses one of my favorite questions to ask my listeners is windows negative thirty plus forty three equals zero the answer is when you lose thirty percent of the market it takes forty three percent gain just to get back to zero here's another question windows negative thirty equals zero the answer to that is when you're a client of mine in a safe money account that's because my clients have no possibility of market losses ever so you never have to worry about trying to regain losses also up front bonuses and a guaranteed lifetime income account that is contractually guaranteed to grow up to eight percent compounded per year for income purposes if any of this is confusing I'll be happy to explain it to you when you call eight six six three four six save to get your free save money book no fees guaranteed gains and no market risk our information makes your retirement simple and easy to understand our planning removes the stress from the golden years here are two very important points go ahead and grab a pen you might want to write these down number one avoiding losses is much more important than achieving large gains number two making steady average gains is much better than hitting home runs let me say that again number one avoiding losses is much more important than achieving large gains number two making steady average gains is much better than hitting home runs Warren Buffett says it this way there are two rules that every investor should live by number one never lose money number two never forget the first role some people can afford to lose money can you it's easy for a broker to lose your money after all it's not their money those who wait for their accounts to regain losses before moving to safety and security are paying are playing a loser's game they're trying to time the markets which is impossible even for the smartest investor there are just too many unpredictable factors no one rings the doorbell when the market reaches the top no one stands up on a podium and makes an announcement today's market closes atop the markets are now heading into a cycle of downward movement when the market reaches a top it starts to plunge that's when it's too late you don't see a hearse pulling a U. haul trailer for the same reason when it's over it's over it's true in life and also in the markets when.

"hundreds thousands" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"hundreds thousands" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Nearly two hundred thousand and ninety five respirators one hundred and thirty thousand surgical masks six hundred thousand gloves as well as bottles many many many bottles and disinfectant sprays that were being courted all of this material is now being given to health care workers most of it's already been given out and we've given a lot to New York a lot to New Jersey a lot to other places in addition to ensure that health care workers in New York have the protective equipment they need the federal government in the name of the department of defense is providing about eight point one million N. ninety five respirators department of defense and we've already given two hundred thousand of them to New York City where the bloody hell needed them very badly so we got him to manage the plaza New York City they were very grateful eight point one million and we're going to be increasing that number from eight point one million to more that's a lot of N. ninety five respirators today my team spoke with the CEO of arching your health and the CEO of LCM say the two largest health systems in New Orleans they said they feel that they currently have enough ventilators I think a lot of people are gonna have enough ventilators and masks and appreciate what we did and all of the things we've been doing with them working with them the CEO of I. sheer water Thomas who's really been fantastic I have to say indicated the need for two hundred and thirty thousand surgical gowns and instructed favorite to deliver them tomorrow so they have the two hundred and thirty thousand that's Louisiana New Orleans two hundred thirty thousand surgical gown still have them by tomorrow we're expanding the role of the armed forces in our response effort because no one is better prepared to win a war than the United States military and we are in a war the invisible enemy remember over nine thousand retired army medical personnel have answered their nation's call international boarding field hospitals and medical facilities all across the country like what I just told you that governor Cuomo requested we do something in Javits where we take it over and we're going to have that manned by the military because it's very tough to get people more people in the New York area so we're gonna have it manned by the military Javits center National Guard members have been activated to help states build new treatment centers and assist in the seamless distribution of medical supplies that includes National Guard the National Guard is assisting very strongly because the states were in many cases unable to have the delivery capability from warehouses and other places that we put the supplies so I've given approval to use the National Guard to various national guards in the different states and they're doing a fantastic job of not only protecting people but delivering material the army corps of engineers is assessed more than one hundred facilities in all fifty states and is rapidly building temporary hospitals and alternative care sites in many states in New York New Jersey Michigan Pennsylvania Arizona California Colorado Florida Illinois New Mexico Oregon Washington Wisconsin Ohio they do a lot of work and just does stage plus additional that are being will be announced probably tomorrow but they're doing some job the army corps of engineers what job they're doing and female what a job they're doing as we deploy the power of our military were also deployed the skill of our doctors scientists and medical researchers we continue to study the effectiveness of hydroxy chloride Quinn and other therapies in the treatment of prevention of the virus and we will keep the American people fully informed enough findings hydroxy clerk when I don't know it's looking like it's having some good results so I hope that that would be a phenomenal thing but we have it right now in approximately now it's increased to one thousand five hundred people I spoke with doctors occur in New York terrific guy by the way is we're doing a good job and I spoke to governor Cuomo last evening and this morning about it so it's been there for about three and a half days but I think I went in many other places is being tested to and we have a tremendous supply of it we've ordered it in the case that it works and and I would say I could have some pretty big impact so we'll see what happens my administration is also working to get relief to.

"hundreds thousands" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"hundreds thousands" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"You is on a hundred thousand have recovered right and then there are two hundred thousand or whatever there's a hundred twenty eight thousand that have that are pending cases that probably will recover so those are the people going to get any bodies from the people of have the virus and have a developed immunity down anybody that takes your arm from them to help create the vaccine that's another piece of positive news but the media never told him about our truck to be clear he said anti bodies not Danny's body plant all right I'll take it at anybody or anybody yeah all right by me structure to break her silence usual fake news for stories one of which is not short of all the things you already you will bring the V. or winner and of course it has been brought to my head in the aftermath of the will do the things are you list your honey can't get do visit handyman from heaven dot com N. as in Chestertown good morning in morning morning and would you like to go first second or last it doesn't matter to me I just want to go who has the best average right now who has the best average well do you mean as a group or in mano a mano now tell the truth thank god I won't said right now I don't know I have to keep the stats overall but model model Chuck is the current rating yeah it's just been doing she's okay doing by doing well thank you very very well I'm isolated in a soundproof booth numbers have locked down everybody else then like that Chuck I'm sorry to hear that I'm into your score you know my score very well as a matter of fact did you want to show this Chuck hasn't scored in probably a couple of decades all right I'm fine thank goodness fake news all right here we go we've got a pair of the aliens network fake news has.

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"hundreds thousands" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"hundreds thousands" Discussed on KTRH

"Hundred thousand that is why people rarely recover losses one of my favorite questions to ask my listeners is windows negative thirty plus forty three equals zero the answer is when you lose thirty percent of the market it takes forty three percent gain just to get back to zero is another question windows negative thirty equals zero the answer to that is when you're a client of mine in a safe money account that's because my clients have no possibility of market losses ever so you never have to worry about trying to regain losses also up front bonuses and a guaranteed lifetime income account that is contractually guaranteed to grow up to eight percent compounded per year for income purposes if any of this is confusing I'll be happy to explain it to you when you call eight six six three four six safe to get your free save money book no fees guaranteed gains and no market risk our information makes your retirement simple and easy to understand our planning removes the stress from the golden years here are two very important points I have go ahead and grab a pen you might want to write these down number one avoiding losses is much more important than achieving large gains number two making steady average gains is much better than hitting home runs let me say that again number one avoiding losses is much more important than achieving large gains number two making steady average gains is much better than hitting home runs Warren Buffett says it this way there are two rules that every investor should live by number one never lose money number two never forget the first role some people can afford to lose money can you it's easy for a broker to lose your money after all it's not their money those who wait for their accounts to regain losses before moving to safety and security are playing are playing a losers game they're trying to time the markets which is impossible even for the smartest investor they're just too many unpredictable factors no one rings the doorbell when the market reaches the top no one stands up on a podium and makes an announcement today's market closes atop the markets are now heading into a cycle of downward movement when the market reaches the top it starts to plunge that's when it's too late you don't see a hearse pulling a U. haul trailer for the same reason when it's over it's over it's true in life and also in the markets when you call us now at eight.

"hundreds thousands" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"hundreds thousands" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"A hundred thousand work employees fifty thousand performers the best telecom engineers on the walls and the individuals or the government well that's a great question nobody nobody really knows this so the official owner is a guy named rent regional say but he only owns one percent ninety nine percent is convoluted ownership behind the labor unions so in reality nobody knows who owns it but it's most likely very high level people in the top of the C. C. P. or just the government all right and this is been their strategy for twenty years to go around they're not gonna be able to collect all the data how to plan how important five G. is five Jeez not just one step up from four G. it's a hundred times faster so you start to with that kind of data speed you Sir to create all new types of companies in and an economy and they have we have no competitor so they're only competitors Nokia and Siemens of Europe and they're not even a competitor there this place you survive it always discretion always such advanced technology that we have nothing they can catch up we would you know in the United States in the social networks and software and then we just threw off the hardware because we're kind of finance bees capitalism paper you know quick quick returns in China's play the long game and now they have the all the data networks that can get deployed all over the world and all of that information go right back to China and you can't stop it so even then this give a little technical explanation for Holly base stations if you look at data ecosystem your computer servers rotors and then it goes into the base telecom station you have hardware in you have software so you can't check every piece of hardware in a telecom network to make sure it doesn't have a little at a chip that send everything back to China likewise on the software side you have ten million lines of code literally one snippet of code could redirect traffic back to China he can it's constantly updating as dynamic code so.

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"hundreds thousands" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"hundreds thousands" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Authorities does that give the US government I would say almost none if any present troubles could make this a high priority the wall and having security crosses the border and there's a lot of I think political support for that notion across the country Democrats and Republicans which has secure borders how we make a progress are we better off today than the day he came to office in terms of our southern border interesting question so this year we saw numbers of apprehensions in apprehensions are how we measure total attempts cross the border of a hundred thousand a month that's higher than anything I saw while we were in office in the Obama administration the highest I saw was may twenty fourteen that was sixty thousand one month a hundred thousand over a hundred thousand it is way worse and there are people out there objective observers who say that one of the reasons I got so all eyes when the president ended family separation in a very public way it actually had a boomerang effect that cause people to sort of run for the exits last summer hill to an answer David is addressing the underlying poverty and violence in the three central American countries the lesson learned from me dealing with this problem for three years is you could do a lot of things on our southern border to secure our border to enhance enforcement but you've got to address the problem at the source and as long as the probably violence exist in those three countries we're going to continue to be dealing with this problem over and over again whatever Jay Johnson former secretary of the department of homeland security as you as you look at the situation right now what is the leadership situation for the department used to run there's been a lot of turnover think it's fair to say do we have a permanent secretary replacement for you know we have another acting secretary Chad wolf he is president trump's fifth secretary of homeland security and the there's turnover not just at the secondary level but it almost every other senior level position in the department and that's not good that's not good for the cabinet level department devoted to protecting the homeland and the American people on the one yard line you know our military our intelligence community connect connects protects the American people on the forty the fifty homeland security protects us at the end zone on the one yard line and to have this kind of leadership turn it is not good it's not healthy for the organization or for homeland security once again we're speaking with Jay Johnson the former secretary of the department of homeland security gives a broader sense though beyond the southern border with Mexico if you look at the possible threats to US national security what's at the top of your list climate change change at the top of my list absolutely my my top three threats to our security our climate change climate change climate change now beyond that of course the it is what is the specific threat to our security from climate change how that works severe weather impacts on aging infrastructure in particular are present in my judgment a security threat not just a threat to our environment but a security threat and so long as we failed to address aging infrastructure and so long as we failed to address the larger problem of global warming and climate change this presents a long term security issue our president Obama used to say it was a slow motion emergency because we don't think about a day to day but I look at that is our our top number one homeland security issue now of course we have to deal with mass violence the threat of domestic terrorism and a whole host of things I'm sure you're familiar with but top my list is global warming what's interesting to me is that this is a subject and there are some others like this that people who are in the know say is a really pressing big problem that we never hear about the closer we don't hear climate change tied to national security we don't need to tell the end not only for president trump was ministration but from the people running on the democratic side for president nope I haven't heard anybody that well we need to and it should not take a crisis for the American public to realize that we need a national consensus and a national effort at dealing with and leading on the world stage when it concerns global warming climate change but it is very definitely a security issue there's quite to have you with us that is outside he's a former homeless security secretary and he as all could be staying with us coming up in the one o'clock hour Bloomberg radio.

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"hundreds thousands" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"hundreds thousands" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Hundred thousand dollars plus over six hundred thousand dollars which is twice more than twice what it is in the rest of the country average home price for the rest of the countries to earn fifty thousand in California it's six hundred thousand why because they don't have enough houses they don't have enough houses they don't build them because the name beings because of tax because of regulations because of zoning you can't build anywhere in California it's been estimated that they need to build three and a half million houses just to accommodate current residence and by the way they have the biggest homeless population in the country so that is what happens if you don't allow growth to happen he turned into California I'm sure there's some existing property owners here that would like but like their house to double in value so that sort of thing benefits existing property owners but it doesn't benefit people who don't have a house yet who need to buy a house growth is good construction is goods houses are good building lots of houses go let me tell you something I've owned two houses here in ten years I have not really made any money off of I'm not at all and the reason is is because of all the construction they just keep dumping supply onto the market lots and lots and lots of supply which keeps prices down which is good this is one of the cheapest places to live in the country which is why people want to move here which is why things get better which is why they pay taxes that build these incredible schools in these roads and everything growth is good it is it do you want the opposite do you want the opposite.

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"hundreds thousands" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"hundreds thousands" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"To a hundred thousand for keeping an overhead or you blame them all but my mother had so that gives you an idea of how much more expensive it is like you know that's what four times as expensive yeah and it's possible that they would do it in the subject area both small areas not required in all their their service area expense of OB you know one of the actors I spoke with also said that you know he's even with future just more people are buying generators and the a movie the power paddled with with batteries to try to cope with the shut down so they will have to be a combination of all public pressure and action and all sorts of innovation for a lot of businesses you know some help from technology and also our governmental policy to credit combined their efforts who to deal with this problem because the option of of underground in part by line is effective but as you mentioned is extremely extremely expensive resting with Jorge Ortiz from USA today's pieces gold CD and southern California Edison have turned off power to minimize fires it hasn't worked what will can either of those utilities actually make the argument that by turning off power they have actually have prevented some wild fires at a legit argument they make the argument that either it's hard to prove a negative so if you're saying they have been no fires so I've been there ever been affected at this we don't know if there would have been fires if if it had been shut down but the reality is that they have had a lot of instability of equipment break into our beer the a power line getting down its hold that would seem to indicate a rather line had been live across the brush you don't have any kind of let's say that the detective it would have ignited fires things were a Jorge Ortiz reporter with USA today fourteen minutes after the hour.

"hundreds thousands" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"hundreds thousands" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A hundred thousand pages of Syrian regime intelligence a warehouse of documents showing the violent abuses of the Syrian government today is Monday September twenty third and this is All Things Considered from NPR news. I'm not a coronation I'm ari Shapiro next how the Syrian regime's crimes will be prosecuted later the mental toll of studying extremist propaganda I see slightly angry at most cynical people then I soul a year ago having to day in and day out face up to the west of humanity and the voice of Swedish teenage crime and activist gratitude Burke at the U. N. climate action summit we are in the beginning of a mass extinction well you can talk about is the money. tales of. have more of her speech after news. live from NPR news in Washington I'm Louise Schiavone three key European countries are now backing the US and blaming Iran for the recent attacks on Saudi oil facilities NPR's Michele Kelemen reports that this is a major topic at the U. N. General Assembly in New York this week Britain Germany and France say it's clear that a Ron bears responsibility for the recent attack in Saudi Arabia there's no other plausible explanation they right in a statement all three are signatories of the Iran nuclear deal and I've been trying to salvage it ever since the trump administration pulled out of the agreement now they say that it's time for a run to agree to negotiate a long term framework for its nuclear programs and discuss regional security concerns including Iran's missile program Iran's foreign minister accuses the three of parity in absurd US claims he's rolling out new talks and blaming the European. and for failing to uphold their end of the bargain Michele Kellerman NPR news New York in New York today at the start of the busy diplomatic week president trump drop by the headline you and climate summit for about fifteen minutes before moving on to a session focused on religious freedom as we speak Jews Christians Muslims. orders tenders six USY these and many other people of faith are being jail sanctioned torture and even murder often at the hands of their own government simply for expressing their deeply held religious. beliefs. so hard to believe the issue is a high priority for the president's political evangelical base trump said it was an urgent moral duty for world leaders to stop crimes against faith release prisoners of conscience and repeal laws restricting religious liberty. Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his challenger Benny Gantz met today as Israel's president tries to find a solution to the country's political deadlock Naomi several offer ports Israeli president Reuven Rivlin brought the two men together and his official residence in Jerusalem neither Netanyahu nor guns won enough seats in last week's election to have a parliamentary majority. Rivlin is cast with picking which candidate will have the first shot at building a coalition it's unclear which man he will choose one possible outcome is a coalition government between their two factions which led the voting that's in you know in common said in a joint statement that they quote discussed ways to advance unity at the meeting but according to reports Gunn said that he would not join with Netanyahu's Likud party if the prime minister remain in charge meanwhile Rivlin said that the entire country is concerned about a third election in less than a year for NPR news I may only selloff in Tel Aviv on Wall Street at the close the Dow Jones industrial average was up fourteen points to twenty six thousand nine hundred forty nine the nasdaq off five this is NPR from KQED news on Jeremy Siegel San Francisco can keep building its controversial homeless navigation center on the Embarcadero kick you would use Kate wolf reports a Superior Court judge in San Francisco made the ruling today a group of Embarcadero residents called see the market era for all have been fighting the construction of a new two hundred bad homeless services center since its proposal now they argue the city didn't get the necessary approvals to do the project Superior Court judge Ethan showman disagreed and is allowing construction to continue Wallace leave president of the opposition group says he's worried about crime looking at the way that the city is run other navigation centers we don't have any confidence that the city will be able to run this one well without any negative consequences for the neighborhood we says the group will decide if they'll appeal after the judge issued a written ruling the city plans to open a center this December I'm Kate wolf KQED news meantime an appeals court in San Francisco is considering whether to block a trump administration rule that bans taxpayer funded health clinics from referring patients for an abortion is rule that's already prompted many providers including Planned Parenthood to leave a longstanding federal family planning program called title ten Ruth Harlow. an ACLU attorney representing a coalition that includes California the title ten program has ended completely are now has network gaps in twenty eight states the trump administration says the rule is in keeping with the language of the title ten law which bars money from being used in clinics where abortion is.

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"hundreds thousands" Discussed on The Entrepreneurial You

The Entrepreneurial You

12:32 min | 2 years ago

"hundreds thousands" Discussed on The Entrepreneurial You

"One hundred thousand employers from around the world using it he works about seventeen hours per week choosing to spend his time with his family rather than working today our conversation we'll be on outsourcing talent nain things to consider welcome John All right. Let's move into our conversation of outsourcing talents and what are some of the main things to consider so I WANNA start off John by asking you how. How did you start Your Business? I graduated from college in two thousand and four and my only goal was to quit my job. When I had a job after college and my only goal I just found I've been terrible employees? After ten months I managed to find a way to make some money online and I was able to quit that was like ten businesses ago from what I'm doing now so at the time that the what I what I was doing was making some money.

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"hundreds thousands" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"hundreds thousands" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"One seven one. Okay. Expected attendance for the rolling thunder. The annual motorcycle dry rally in Washington DC, that's going to be tomorrow. How many do you think? Six hundred thousand seven hundred thousand nine hundred thousand. Let's go with nine hundred thousand nine hundred thousand. Send in Washington DC, where the heck he put that many bikes were the I hope they have a lot of porta-pottys. Well, so they don't people other ways, and what was the first state to officially recognize Memorial Day in eighteen seventy three. What state do you think it would be think about? About for Jinya note, but you're on the right coast. It's New York City. Oh, okay. We're not necessarily New York. Yeah. Okay. That makes sense. Seventy-three that was the first recognize of Memorial Day. Let's head to the, the thing that the phone lines a phone. There we go. All right. We're gonna talk to Judith. Judith has a question about, like teeth cleaning bones. Hi judith. How you doing? Good. Thank you for taking my call. Thanks for calling. Are you enjoying the beautiful day that he's out there? Today is certainly am. Oh, I'm good at when I was before I got here. And then when I get out of here, I'm gonna go back to it. In her. Dr Levy talking about how she keeps her dog. He clean. And I'm wondering about for a forty pound dog and a five pound dog, whether you can do the same for both. I mean not the amount, but I'd like to hear her say, how much of each they should have in terms of moans and chicken necks. All right. Go for Dr Levy. So how much of each, what well bone and chicken necks, you know, you mentioned what I. Yeah. I just I feed my dogs raw meaty bones. So I'm not sure what you're talking like, okay. So how often do you do it? And you know that's what that's what I feed. My dogs is their food. Oh. So if you're thinking about, like the big marrow bones, the big beef bones. I actually don't give those to my dogs because I don't want them breaking teeth. What kind do you give them? I give them all sorts of. Of animal parts, that's that are meat on the bone. So duck wings Turkey tails, duck necks, chicken necks chicken backs pork, neck phones. Poor cox. Stuff like that. Oh this all Robin. Well, that's me Rummy bones. Right. So, for example, if you go to the grocery store they sell pork hawks. Right. Or if you if you've ever been to the grocery store, and you've bought a chicken to take home and cook like that. Just the way that chicken is. You could just cut it up into its parts leave. It raw and then it's very safe defeat to the dogs don't don't give any cook that chicken, you can give the meat. But don't you dare give those bones? Right. Because the bones will shatter the anytime you cook a bone. You take the moisture content out of it. So then it becomes brittle like shards as so. That's why you give it to a more right? Yeah. So the only thing I feed, my dogs that doesn't have bones is beef, heart and beef tripe, but the chicken Turkey, pork and duck that I feed them all is bone in, you know, just whatever parts I happen to have bought and even even for a five pound dog, I found a video on YouTube of little five pound Maltese, any chicken necks, the thing that I would say, though, is you have to make sure that your raw meaty bones, like, if you're going to feed them something in the morning, but at night, you're going to give the dog a Ron. Meaty bone. Just make sure it's not always nex. Because the neck, always includes thyroid tissue. And so you don't want to continually feed thyroid big of that. That's how. Well by a pet food companies at I shall not name ran into trouble with their food, because the meat and bone. That was listed on the ingredients list turned out that it was always next saw that. I did actually have a patient, come in who got a thyroid carcinoma as a result of being on that food. It was given thyroid cancer. Really? Yeah. And so, but because like all the cool kids now are making their own bone. Broth yet. Uh-huh. Grocery stores have been carrying like a wider variety of Ramadan. So really, I think he'd go to Eddie, grocery store now and buy chicken feet. Feet again. No. No. I mean, I have an issue this is a Katy canine issue. I just it looks like you're feeding somebody a hand. Well, no, no, no. That, that the Turkey feet and the duck feet, the ticket feet because anytime something of my pets got eight the only thing left was the dang feet. If that's okay. So that I just have bad memory. Right. But we talked about that last time. That's also the only part that's left after spontaneous combustion, remember. Yes, I know. They're good. I just personally can't do that. Well, I I've made off with the my pillow getting used to for me, but I can do it now. Oh, good. There you go. There you go. One more question. But I send my dog is a forty pound club here lab, and they like to give her a dynamite. Is that what it's called Dino fight? Yeah. Once you've been corvette. I'm not such a fan of dinovite. It has a lot of synthetic ingredients. Sugar to does it. They instead you could there are a lot of whole foods supplements. And so those are supplements where the vitamins and minerals come from food items. So, for example springtime makes one called fresh factors. My dog first vectors. Yeah. And their other ones out there. Like what am I giving my dogs right now? I'm giving my dog. Some honest kitchen, one of the honest kitchen supplements. The ingredients are. He'd been giving them perfect form. But the ingredients are like pumpkin seeds and nettles, and I can't remember what else? Then for for lab in terms of their hip, is there what they need for later in life. You know, I heard you talking about that earlier, but I was wondering about that. That was the reason they started giving the older dog that, and it seemed to help. Yeah. So you know, once you learn about those things then you could just upgrade the ingredients. So it's helpful to look and see what springtime makes their website is springtime. INC dot com. Another good source for supplements like that is Hilton herbs. So it's Hilton herbs USA dot com. And, and I'm sure there are other standard process, of course, as a whole food supplement companies, a lot of. Okay. Okay. That's a good question. Appreciate it. Thank you very much joy day. Take care. Bye bye. I don't this would older still dot cloud. This guy says Google. It's crazy. Let's sue some trivia, trivia, okay? Okay, ready? Hot dogs are consumed every second from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Okay, how many hat dogs are consumed every second from men Memorial Day to Labor Day. And then what is the grand total from Memorial Day to Labor Day? We'll be back. Mytalk one zero seven one everything was.

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"hundreds thousands" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"hundreds thousands" Discussed on 710 WOR

"We're spending a hundred thousand one hundred thousand dollars. Now, Hillary was spending one million month Facebook ads there restaurants. It's been more hundred thousand on Facebook ads. They must have had a huge influence, but when you think that's not the government, that's not Putin. If if he were behind those Russian butts in the Facebook stuff, he would've said here's ten million put it all over face. Sure wouldn't have been a hundred thousand doesn't make any there. She was that tired old excuse last night hate this college kid, this is a Chinese family. They're in China. So I don't think they can be touched legally very hard to prosecute them in China. It's impossible. But this Chinese family wanted to kid to get into Stanford. So they went to that Rick singer and his company. How can we didn't know about this? Rick singer. Couldn't afford them the advertising somewhere. Everybody all of the world seem to find this Rick singer to get their kid in the college. Where was this guy when I wanted to get into college, but need to pay six million dollars? What what what they'll pay? I don't understand this at all this family in China. Obviously, a very wealthy paid Rick singer six point five million to get the kid into Stanford. What sense does that make you say the kit? Hey, here's six point five million. You don't need to go to. Take the six point five million by yourself some high yield corporate box. First of all if they got six point five million to give Rick singer that implies that they got probably six hundred million. So what does this kidney even go to Stanford for parties? Yeah. That's probably what it was. And she's in China. Speaking of which begins China, Biden has a problem a big problem. Besides the fact that history of racism sexism groping sniffing grabbing gaffes all that, you know, when he speaks in that in that voice. He talks like this. He sounds very smart. He sounds very likable. He sounds very thoughtful. It covers up the fact that Biden is actually pretty dumb and not knowledgeable on any issues. He doesn't know anything about anything. He's really dumb deep down. And it started to come out yesterday and Democrats senior democratic officials are very alarmed he made a speech research. Talking about China. And how silly it is for the president to be negotiating with China worried about China, and he went to this whole speech about have China's not very bright. China's not very successful China doesn't know what they're doing. They're inept their bunglers. They're not a threat to anybody went on and on with this speech, which kind of stunned a lot of people obviously the way around Russia is really not the biggest booming country in the world. It's in the long run. It's China that we have to fear the most and every foreign policy expert will tell you the China is the shrewdest the Chinese leaders are the smartest savviest when they deal with us. They've got a hundred year plan chess game out in their head that they're the deadliest opponent. We will ever face. There's no disagreement on that. So for Biden to make that speech. It was frightening to allow democratic leaders at how dumb Biden is a little -nology actually has the world. That is scary. I remember at the end of the wreck war was watching Biden on meet the press making the dumbest proposals. But he was the one that wanted to divide Iraq into three countries the fighting to the civil war with Iraq now setting up three countries. He's a really Tom guy. Deep down talks in this voice, where he sounds like he knows what he's saying. But it's just a cover up. How really dummies you're gonna see more and more of this come out. So we got lots to get to. And we'll take some calls in a minute. Check out the webpage. Ted cruz. I'm not a Ted Cruz into poi-. He was brilliant in these hearings after all of this circus. Ted Cruz told off he put these Democrats right in their place. So we've got that video up on the web page. Also, this is an amazing video it was two thousand and four I think in New York City and Donald Trump decided to vote and he had entertainment tonight. Go with them. What what happened when he tried to vote New York City tried to block him from voting? They wouldn't let them vote anywhere. Pretty amazing video also put baking soda all of your bed. I do not know no one does. But you should watch this video through amazing what it can do. For you. It's all up on the web page. Go to seven ten w dot com slash Mark seven ten w dot com slash Mark bluecross.

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"hundreds thousands" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

The Successful Encore Career Podcast

07:41 min | 3 years ago

"hundreds thousands" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

"Welcome to the successful encore career podcast a podcast of employment for seniors. Brought to you by nationwide insurance central Ohio area agency on aging and innocents. I'm Brad Johnson longtime volunteer with employment for seniors end with me is Carol van Trask executive director. How are you today? Brett doing great. I am too. We've been so excited about all these wonderful podcasts programs than we've been producing. And having a great time doing it. I hope our listeners like it. Let us know if we've missed any topics. There's something that we have not gotten into our program, always looking for new ideas. So please, let us know at podcast at employ seniors dot ORG. Today's program is something that nobody wants to talk about. So I need to think Maryland berry rice who is the director of the Loda office of career management at Ohio State university's alumni association for joining us today. Hello, Carolyn, Brad. Thank you for having me is my pledge. Edgier? Thank you humming. Okay. Maryland. No one wants to talk about money. Everybody asks salary questions, and but everybody gets real uptight about talking about clients are always asking us what salary negotiations me mom, how do they determine what kind of a salary level is appropriate for specific job in our community. Visit changes over geographic area. And I always tell them to do some research. And they give me that glazed. Look like, okay. Where where do I do that? So today, you are going to help us maneuver our way through salary negotiation in the maze of all of this information, try to make sense of this complicated topic. So Marilyn thank you again for joining us. So let's start though with an overview of who you are in your background in career counseling. Oh, absolutely. Thank you. While I have hit the all time high number of thirty four years of experience in the career. Development field, and I've been privileged to work in higher education. I've also worked in corporate outplacement we used to call it. Now, it's corporate career management and with a nonprofit here in our city. It used to be called center for new directions. But now new directions career centers. So have I've had a nice variety of working with clients in all phases of life from launching their career through encore careerists, right? And you do a lot of work with employment for seniors Maryland's also a member of our board of trustees and helps us with our career expo every year. So we tap into her knowledge and database constantly. So this is wonderful having you with us today. Thank you. Thank you, my privilege. Thank you. So let's do an example. Let's say our listener has gone through the interview process they've gotten the offer they're happy with it. And it's given to them. Why should they negotiate that offer that? That is the hundred thousand dollar questions, so and the question and most people's mind because Carol you're right in that it is not the most comfortable thing to do to to talk about money to to to ask for more if appropriate, and so I think the the basis is that you should Brett you should the question. Why should I it is part of the job search process? It is a skill that each job seeker should learn about practice and you lies, and and I will tell you even for those of us who are career coaches. It's not that comfortable, right. Right. Even when it's it's our own career that we are navigating I took this role six years ago, and I was poised and ready and and to negotiate and I did it. But it was still nerve racking, you know, someone that you don't know for and for those who had were looking for positions during the recession. I mean, you were literally like, please hire me. Anything, you know? I just need a job. And today's economy, though, I think, you know, number one implores a really looking for you. Yes. So if you're going to negotiate point now's a really good time to try your skills at this. Yes. Absolutely. So so the the answer is you should negotiate because number one employers expected there are few industries in which they don't and we'll cover that in just a bit. But in most industries employers expected as part of the job search process. In fact, they may begin the salary offer at a little bit lower than they are privy to offer. You just because they're waiting for you to negotiate. So it is it it's it's an objective process. It's not subjective. I mean, there are parts in there are parts to an offer that we want you to evaluate. But most employers expect that you will negotiate. So if you don't you may look like that you're not a savvy job seeker. Number one. Secondly, we would hate for you to take the position and then get on the job and learn that someone sitting next to you is making a higher salary doing exactly what you're doing because they negotiate they negotiated and the only time we can negotiate is when when we get an offer. So think about that as well. Each year, we're given a percentage raise, hopefully, if the economy's good if the organizations in the position to give you a raise and it's always based on that beginning salary. That's a good point. So if you do not negotiate at the beginning, you know, you'll you'll you'll never catch up. Right. You you truly that make. That's a great point. I can remember when I returned to Ohio State and negotiated my salary and ended up at the top of the scale. They were able to offer me but had I not done that it would have been a lot lower. And but it was because the the salary increases would be based on that. And I was coming from a position that I didn't have to leave. So and there are some years that Ohio State is not or universities in general are not able to offer anything and rent. You know, you just want to make sure you're in a good position. So the bottom line is you want to be an informed job seeker. You want to be informed about the market about your role about your industry about that organization. And just make sure that your experience is they you are honoring your experience in this particular market, meaning the city that that you're in in our case, Columbus, the industry, and what other organizations with the industry are offering how to how does the salary compare to that. And then ultimately the years experience that you have that you bring to the table. Are you being offered the same amount of money that those with your experience are making those are that's what I mean about being informed. You wanna make sure that you know, what's happening in the city in your industry and position yourself in that way, you. You know, we when we talk to clients about their job search, and we tell them there's lots of bits and pieces Jim research into look at this really fits right into that. From the very notion of Europe, you've been a powerful worker for many years. So to all of you mature job seekers. Don't think that because you are looking for a job when you're fifty fifty five sixty that you are no longer a powerful person with really great, skills and talent and experience and that has value. And if you're willing to give that employer all of your skills, experienced talent and knowledge at has value. So

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"hundreds thousands" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"hundreds thousands" Discussed on KCRW

"Around five hundred thousand dollars newly renovated three bedroom. You think no way there has to be a catch? Well, there is you really have to love your neighbors. KCRW is Anna Scott explains when Matt mandatory no and his wife were shopping for a house it had to be close enough to Hollywood. So he could still bike to work that was a commute. I was not willing to give up. So we wanted to stay closer into the central part of the city bend arena works in advertising. His wife designs, costumes. They're both thirty. They were looking for a two bedroom two bathroom house for seven hundred thousand dollars or less, which is a lot of money. But everything we could afford was in dire. Need of fixing up which was really discouraging then they saw listing for three bedroom two bathroom apartment in historic. Filipino town for six hundred and fifty thousand. Dollars. And I thought it was too good to be true. I was like well something's off because this is like totally underpriced mandatory knows wife Christie Callan. We kept trying to get to the crux of it. And thinking like, why are we saving about one hundred grand off of a similar condo? The reason is that the property is something called a TI C which stands for tenants in common. It's a way for a group of people to come together. And by a multifamily building usually a small one with two to four units to save money instead of buying a particular apartment like in a condo with tenants in common. You buy a percentage of the property. So this is where the original house stops. You can send Reno in Callen closed on this place a few months ago for the list price six hundred and fifty thousand it's the bottom half of the duplex. And there's a third standalone unit in the back closet though, which we all each own thirty three point three percent of the property together. It's cheaper than a condo. Because you're more entangled with. Your neighbors. For example, you all share a property tax Bill for mandatory. No and Callan. It's worth it. You take it as a given. When you look for a home here that you will need to sacrifice something to us putting in more effort to cooperate with our neighbors was a trade off that we are willing to make more so than a size or location people have been going in on properties together for decades. But in the past it would usually be with friends or family, and you'd all split a mortgage what's different about this is each owner gets their own loan. So now, it's less risky, and you can buy with strangers if they default it won't necessarily drag you down this is new to LA because the only Bank in southern California that does these loans just recently started giving them here. Sterling Bank of San Francisco since then there's been a flurry of TIC activity here in the last year and a.

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"hundreds thousands" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"hundreds thousands" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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